The plan of a Greek house.

5th—4th centuries BCE.
Description:
A — vestibule
B — courtyard with a portico (αὐλή)
C — man’s room with the family hearth or altar of Hestia
D — room of the husband and the wife (θάλαμος)
E — room of daughters
G — rooms of slaves
H — stable or shop
J — stable or shop
K — small garden
Credits:
Image: Giro P. Chastnaja i obwestvennaja zhizn’ grekov. Petrograd. Izdanie t-va O. N. Popovoj, 1915, s. 103.
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