The logotype for the University of Michigan Kelsey Museum of Archaeology responds to the visual cues of Greek inscriptions, Roman inscriptions, and hieroglyphs. The primary graphic is inspired by a fragment of a Roman floor mosaic with a pattern of overlapping circles that dates to the 1st–4th century AD. This object in the collection of the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (KM 92) was acquired in Carthage, Tunisia, by Professor Francis W. Kelsey in 1893.