House of Pansa, Pompeii (Plan)

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The Pompeiian house consisted of several courts or atria, some of which were surrounded by colonnades and called peristyles. The front portion was reserved for shops, or presented to the street a wall unbroken save by the entrance. Legend: s, shops; v, vestibule; f, family rooms; k, kitchen; l, lararium; p, peristyles


A. D. F. Hamlin College Histories of Art History of Architecture (New York, NY: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1915)


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