Plan of the House of Vestals
House of Vestals: the plan of constructions of the Middle and Late Empire (from Trajan to Constantine). Rome, Roman Forum

Plan of the House of Vestals.

House of Vestals: the plan of constructions of the Middle and Late Empire (from Trajan to Constantine).

Rome, Roman Forum

Description:
1  temple of Vesta;
2  niche with ionic columns (compitum);
3  two-storeyed portico with columns;
4  brick-built octagonal structure, probably used for gardening;
5  large room  tablinum  with vaulted ceiling;
6  bakery;
7  mill;
8  kitchen;
9  hall with an apse;
10  square room (triclinium?)
Credits:
2004 Image, text: F. Coarelli. Roma. Guide Archeologiche. Mondadori Electa S.p.A. 2004, p. 97.

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