Amazing digitally-reconstructed Ancient Roman house

Ancient Roman house and there is a small pool in front of you which is well to collect rain water.

A Roman house in Herculaneum. Herculaneum (in modern Italian Ercolano) was an ancient Roman town destroyed by volcanic pyroclastic flows in 79 A.D., located in the territory of the current commune of Ercolano, in the Italian region of Campania in the shadow of Mt. Vesuvius.

A Roman house in Herculaneum ~ an ancient Roman town destroyed by volcanic pyroclastic flows in 79 A., located in the territory of today's commune of Ercolano, in the Italian region of Campania in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius.

I LOVE Roman houses! It could be cool to have an internal courtyard design with the great room on one long side and an orangerie on the other which can be instead of a greenhouse elsewhere on the property and double as a wedding venue and our outdoor eating area for holidays and events.

Roman Villa Rustica Model available on Turbo Squid, the world's leading provider of digital models for visualization, films, television, and games.

Examples of Roman furniture from a Roman house

This is an awesome diagram of pieces you may find in a Roman home! Examples of Roman furniture from a Roman house

Ancient Rome. Well preserved Roman house at Herculaneum - 1st Century AD Casa Sannitica. Note the enclosed gallery above the atrium

Atrium and impluvium Ancient Rome. Well preserved Roman house at Herculaneum - Century AD Casa Sannitica. Note the enclosed gallery above the atrium

Roman house with interior courtyard garden http://www.timetrips.co.uk/roman%20towns%20houses.htm

Reconstruction of a Roman peristylum (peristyle) and peristylium (courtyard) at Pompeii. A peristyle is a columned porch or open colonnade in a building surrounding a court that may contain an internal garden.

Wealthy Roman citizens in the towns lived in a domus. They were single-storey houses which were built around a courtyard known as an atrium.  Atriums had rooms opening up off of them and they had no roofs.  A rich Roman house had many rooms including kitchen, bath, dining, bedrooms and rooms for slaves.  A long covered porch, or verandah, with a low wall and pillars, was built along the front of the house to keep the rooms cool .PoorRomans lived in simple flats. These were called insulae .

Wealthy Roman citizens in the towns lived in a domus. They were single-storey houses which were built around a courtyard known as an atrium. Atriums had rooms opening up off of them and they had no roofs. A rich Roman house had many rooms including kitc

Ilustración con la Casa de los Vettii en Pompeya

Architectural layout of the Roman villa, House of the Vettii, Pompeii

Roman kitchen. From The Pompejanum, the reproduction of a Roman house, built in Aschaffenburg in 1840-1848 for King Ludwig I of Bavaria,. The Pompejanum (Pompeiianum) is now a Museum.

Did you imagine that ancient Romans spent their time indulging in lavish banquets? Ordinary people ate ordinary meals, not very different to what we eat today.

A n illustration of the layout of an average Ancient Roman villa of the wealthier class. This eould ne my dream home plan, complete with atrium & lots of plants and open air!

atrium: An open courtyard at the entrance of a church, usually surrounded by covered aisles. The atrium of the Early Christian church was originally a place for the catechumens to wait during the celebration of the Eucharist.

A reconstruction of a Roman domus, or a house. Much like in large cities of today, only the wealthy could afford a true house in the city. Houses often had storefronts that they rented out to tenants which speaks to the expense of maintaining a household (and slaves).

A reconstruction of a Roman domus. Houses often had storefronts that they rented out to tenants which speaks to the expense of maintaining a household (and slaves).

Ancient Roman Homes - Domus, Insulae, Villa - Crystalinks

"Roman Domus" Chapter Domus- single-family detached dwelling found in ancient rome. Only 1 in 25 roman residences was a domus- not very popular for the time.

A Roman house looking through the Atrium into the Tablinum and the gardens beyond (either a hortus or peristyle, can't tell which). Illustration by J Williamson

A Roman house looking through the Atrium into the Tablinum and the gardens beyond (either a hortus or peristyle, can't tell which).

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