I looked at an articled called “Unique 4th Century Mosaic of Chariot Race Found in Cyprus”. It’s probably not too hard of a stretch to figure out what it was about. What’s really interesting about this find is that an original piece of the mosaic was found back in 1938, but work on its excavation didn’t begin until recently and it still is not fully uncovered. The mosaic also is one of only a handful in the world to fully depict chariot racing at the hippodrome. Additionally, the mosaic is very large and measures out to be 36×13 feet. What’s also unique about this find is that its more towards the center of the island. Historically, most of the finds have been towards the coast where the cities and towns were typically located.
They believe that this find loosely confirms that Cyprus was indeed a wealthy island. It has been thought that Cyprus was a wealthy island in the age of antiquity due to copper production, but one thought placed forward was that this mosaic belonged to a wealthy individual from when Cypus was under Roman rule. The placement of an actual wealthy individual, instead of simply resources, helps to shape the theory and give credence to the general idea.