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Tabernae - Caupona - del yacimiento arqueológico de Valeria (Cuenca)

Tabernae - Caupona - del yacimiento arqueológico de Valeria (Cuenca)

Chedworth Roman Villa -	The remains of the underfloor heating system

Chedworth Roman Villa - The remains of the underfloor heating system

Digital reconstruction of the triclinium at The Villa of the Mysteries in Pompeii, Italy by James Stanton-Abbott

Digital reconstruction of the triclinium at The Villa of the Mysteries in Pompeii, Italy by James Stanton-Abbott

Pompeii, perfectly preserved food service station!

Pompeii, perfectly preserved food service station!

View of a reconstruction of a Roman living room. This reconstruction shows a living room of a wealthy London house in c300 AD. It is on show at the Roman gallery, Museum of London. The mosaic floor was found in 1869 during the reconstruction of Queen Victoria Street. The mosaic is made of various coloured cubes of stone and ceramic. It was revelead to the public in 1869. The reconstruction setting is of similar date and the wall painting is based on plaster fragments from Austin Friars.

View of a reconstruction of a Roman living room. This reconstruction shows a living room of a wealthy London house in c300 AD. It is on show at the Roman gallery, Museum of London. The mosaic floor was found in 1869 during the reconstruction of Queen Victoria Street. The mosaic is made of various coloured cubes of stone and ceramic. It was revelead to the public in 1869. The reconstruction setting is of similar date and the wall painting is based on plaster fragments from Austin Friars.

The Forum Romanum in the Late Republican period: 1) Tabularium; 2)Temp|e of Concord; 3) Basilica Opimia; 4)Tullianum; 5) Basilica Porcia; 6) Curia and Comitium; 7) Temple of Saturn; 8) Senaculum; 9) Volcanal; 10) Lacus Curtius; 11) Basilica Sempronia; 12) Basilica Fulvia; 13) Shrine of Venus Cloacina; 14) Temple of the Castors; 15)Fountain of Juturna; 16) Temple of Vesta; 17) Regia

The Forum Romanum in the Late Republican period: 1) Tabularium; 2)Temp|e of Concord; 3) Basilica Opimia; 4)Tullianum; 5) Basilica Porcia; 6) Curia and Comitium; 7) Temple of Saturn; 8) Senaculum; 9) Volcanal; 10) Lacus Curtius; 11) Basilica Sempronia; 12) Basilica Fulvia; 13) Shrine of Venus Cloacina; 14) Temple of the Castors; 15)Fountain of Juturna; 16) Temple of Vesta; 17) Regia

Charming double latrine in a private house from Bulla Regia, Tunisia. Courtesy of Dr Sophie Hay. http://pompei79.wordpress.com/

Charming double latrine in a private house from Bulla Regia, Tunisia. Courtesy of Dr Sophie Hay. http://pompei79.wordpress.com/

Pompeii's version of a fast food eatery

Pompeii's version of a fast food eatery

The covered ramp connected the Palatine Hill, where emperors lived in lavish   palaces, with the Forum below

Hidden passageway once used by Roman emperors opens to public for first time

The covered ramp connected the Palatine Hill, where emperors lived in lavish palaces, with the Forum below

Macellum, Pompeii. The macellum was a market near the forum that sold local produce and other provisions.

Macellum, Pompeii. The macellum was a market near the forum that sold local produce and other provisions.

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