Qasr Libya. Cyrenaica. Libya. View of the now empty squares of the Eastern Church floor where the fifty mosaics were found, before being moved to the museum. The Church is located juts 100 metres from the museum. The lively and colourful mosaics of Qasr Libya are considered some of the finest examples of Byzantine period art ever discovered. Dating from around 529-40 AD in the period of Emperor Justinian, the mosaics subjects range from animals, plants and mythological creatures.