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Roman/ Pompeian Cookshop +++ drawing by Andrea Tosolini

Roman/ Pompeian Cookshop +++ drawing by Andrea Tosolini

Culina or kitchen of a Roman house, exhibition Romanorum Vita, Tarragona.

Culina or kitchen of a Roman house, exhibition Romanorum Vita, Tarragona.

Examples of Roman furniture from a Roman house

Examples of Roman furniture from a Roman house

Dressing a Priestess or Bride, fresco excavated in the palaestra of the Forum Baths at Herculaneum.

Dressing a Priestess or Bride, fresco excavated in the palaestra of the Forum Baths at Herculaneum.

3d max roman villa rustica - Roman Villa Rustica... by QLEE

3d max roman villa rustica - Roman Villa Rustica... by QLEE

A triclinium (plural: triclinia) is a formal dining room in a Roman building. The word is adopted from the Greek τρικλίνιον, triklinion, fr...

A triclinium (plural: triclinia) is a formal dining room in a Roman building. The word is adopted from the Greek τρικλίνιον, triklinion, fr...

Pompeii, House of the Golden Cupids. The Lararium is shaped like a temple on a podium & frescoed w/a large circle. Side view showing the 2nd story & mosaic pavement; 79 CE

Pompeii, House of the Golden Cupids. The Lararium is shaped like a temple on a podium & frescoed w/a large circle. Side view showing the 2nd story & mosaic pavement; 79 CE

A modern replica of a lararium in the reconstructed roman villa at Augusta Raurica, Switzerland. The painted background is based on lararia from Pompeii.

A modern replica of a lararium in the reconstructed roman villa at Augusta Raurica, Switzerland. The painted background is based on lararia from Pompeii.

Recreación infográfica de la Insula do vaso fálico, en la ciudad romana de Conimbriga. 3d virtual reconstruction of the roman insula in the roman city of Conimbriga (Portugal). Más información: http://italicaromana.blogspot.com

Recreación infográfica de la Insula do vaso fálico, en la ciudad romana de Conimbriga. 3d virtual reconstruction of the roman insula in the roman city of Conimbriga (Portugal). Más información: http://italicaromana.blogspot.com