Roman house near the sanctuary.

1st century CE.
Cyprus.

Kouklia (Paliapaphos), Temple of Aphrodite

Description:
About 40 m west of Sanctuary II (to the left of the road) the remains of a large Roman peristyle house were excavated on site KC. Built in the first century and reconstructed in the Late Roman period, its rooms are arranged round a colonnaded atrium. The large open impluvium in the centre is covered with a plain mosaic; fragments of mosaic pavements with geometric patterns are preserved in the peristyle and in ad¬jacent rooms.
Credits:
(ńń) 2009. Photo: Olga Lyubimova (CC BY-SA 4.0).
© 2004 Text: Maier F.G. “Guide to Paliapaphos (Kouklia)”. Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation. Nikosia. P. 51.
RUSSIAN

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