I am looking for some examples of fractal or fractal-like structures and patterns in ancient Rome. I did some research but did not find much. On this topic I only found this article Scipedia.com where the author describes a Corinthian column as an example of fractal-like object.
I would be grateful if anybody can help me and show some examples of fractals in architecture or art in ancient Rome (for instance some articles about this theme). Examples from ancient Greece are welcome as well.
(Fractals are objects or structures containing some repeating pattern which exhibit self-similarity which means that the pattern is invariant at different scales. A typical example is Mandelbrot set but fractals are present in nature as well. For instance branching trees, clouds, coastlines, mountains).