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PALP_1842
Oplontis, September 201...
Michael Binns
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PALP_1842
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Oplontis, September 2011. Corridor 76, looking south from corridor 46. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.
PALP_1843
Oplontis, September 201...
Michael Binns
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PALP_1843
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Oplontis, September 2011. Looking into room 45 from corridor 46, west end. Continuing ahead on the left is the north side of the internal courtyard/peristyle, 32. The three steps on the right lead to the latrine area 48-50 and rooms beyond. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.
PALP_1844
Oplontis Villa of Poppe...
Michael Binns
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PALP_1844
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Oplontis Villa of Poppea, September 2011. Doorway to room 50, with room 49 out of sight immediately to the right. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.
PALP_1845
Oplontis Villa of Poppe...
Michael Binns
image1845.jpg
 
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PALP_1845
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Oplontis Villa of Poppea, September 2011. Doorway to room 49 on right. Doorway ahead leads to room 51 and rooms 48 and 47. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.
PALP_1846
Oplontis, September 201...
Michael Binns
image1846.jpg
 
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PALP_1846
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Oplontis, September 2011. Area 59/portico 40, looking south along west portico. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns
PALP_1847
Oplontis, September 201...
Michael Binns
image1847.jpg
 
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PALP_1847
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Oplontis, September 2011. Portico 24, looking west towards doorway to room 23, Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.
PALP_1848
Oplontis, September 201...
Michael Binns
image1848.jpg
 
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PALP_1848
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Oplontis, September 2011. Portico 24, detail of painted plaster above the doorway leading into room 23. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.
PALP_1849
Oplontis, May 2011. Loo...
Michael Binns
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PALP_1849
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Oplontis, May 2011. Looking south-east across the north garden, now replanted. In the upper left of the photo is the doorway through to room 69. On the right, just in the photo, is the entrance to the large salon, room 21, which would have enjoyed fine views across the garden. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.
PALP_1850
Oplontis, May 2011. Doo...
Michael Binns
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PALP_1850
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Oplontis, May 2011. Doorway from room 15 with mosaic threshold, into room 14, the triclinium. Looking east. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.
PALP_1851
Oplontis, May 2011. Roo...
Michael Binns
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PALP_1851
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Oplontis, May 2011. Room 32, looking towards the rustic peristyle, along corridor 37, from room 24, a portico on the south side. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.
PALP_1852
Oplontis, May 2011. Por...
Michael Binns
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PALP_1852
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Oplontis, May 2011. Portico 24, detail of painted plaster above the doorway leading into room 41, the cubiculum with two alcoves. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.
PALP_1853
Oplontis, May 2011. Are...
Michael Binns
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PALP_1853
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Oplontis, May 2011. Area 59, the south-east peristyle. Looking north along west portico, with terracotta pots planted with Ivy. These terracotta pots have been replanted in exactly the same place as Wilhelmina Jashemski discovered original pots buried in the soil. (See Jashemski Excavations, 1978) She thought the pots may have been planted there to encourage climbers to grow up the columns. She thought Ivy was the most probable plant, as Roman gardeners did not have a great choice of climbers. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.
PALP_1854
Oplontis, May 2011. Roo...
Michael Binns
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PALP_1854
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Oplontis, May 2011. Room 81, south wall, painting with swans and landscape above doorway to room 83. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.
PALP_1855
VII.2.3
Fig. 31 – Pomp éi, boul...
Michael Binns
image1855.jpg
 
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VII.2.3
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PALP_1855
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Fig. 31 – Pomp éi, boulangerie VII 2, 3.6 – Coupe du bassin et du syst ème d' évacuation des eaux    l'est du p éristyle. En haut, coupe sud-nord ; en bas, coupe ouest-est.  ‰chelle : 1/50. Relev é /dessin : A. Delvigne-Ryrko / A. Dufond / N. Monteix – EFR.
PALP_1856
Villa rustica del fondo...
Michael Binns
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PALP_1856
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Villa rustica del fondo Ippolito Zurlo, Pompeii. 1897, Room S granary or store. Inscription in black letters on the base of the neck of an amphora.
PALP_1857
I.5.1
Vicolo del Conciapelle....
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
image1857.jpg
 
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I.5.1
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PALP_1857
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Vicolo del Conciapelle. 1936 photo taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking south along west exterior wall of I.5.1, from junction with unnamed vicolo between I.5 and I.1. See Warscher T., 1936. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus: Regio I.1, I.5. (no.18), Rome: DAIR, whose copyright it remains.
PALP_1858
Pompeii Stabian Gate. P...
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
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PALP_1858
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Pompeii Stabian Gate. Photograph c. 1936 by Tatiana Warscher. Two niches on east side. According to Warscher the niche was originally covered in plaster. It had the graffito PATRIA in large letters, another name for Minerva. See Warscher T., 1936. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus Regio I.1, I.5. Rome:DAIR. No. 9.
PALP_1859
Pompeii Stabian Gate. P...
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
image1859.jpg
 
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PALP_1859
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Pompeii Stabian Gate. Photograph c. 1936 by Tatiana Warscher. Looking north past the Cippus of L. Avianius Flaccus and Q. Spedius Firmus to the Porta Stabia. See Warscher T., 1936. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus Regio I.1, I.5. Rome:DAIR. No. 1.
PALP_1860
SG7 Pompeii. Gladiatori...
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
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PALP_1860
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SG7 Pompeii. Gladiatorial relief from tomb at Porta Stabia. Now in Naples archaeological Museum. Inventory number 6704. According to Emmerson, this relief measures more than 4 metres long and 1.5 metres high. See Emmerson A., 2010. Reconstructing the Funerary Landscape at Pompeii's Porta Stabia: Rivista di Studi Pompeiani 21, p. 78, fig. 1. This has now been suggested it may be part of the tomb at Porta Stabia with the 4 metre long inscription newly discovered in 2017. That tomb has been suggested to be that of Gnaeus Alleius Nigidius Maius, prolific provider of gladiatorial games and beast hunts in the amphitheatre, like those shown in the relief. See tomb SG6.
PALP_1861
I.1.5
10103-5-warscher-codex-...
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
image1861.jpg
 
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I.1.5
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PALP_1861
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10103-5-warscher-codex-69-640.jpg I.1.3-5 Pompeii. 1936, taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking towards entrance doorways on Via Stabiana. I.1.5 is on the left with the remains of its bench. See Warscher T., 1936. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus: Regio I.1, I.5. (no.12), Rome: DAIR, whose copyright it remains.
PALP_1862
I.2.23
I.2.23. Vicolo del Conc...
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
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I.2.23
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PALP_1862
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I.2.23. Vicolo del Conciapelle. . 1935 photo taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking north towards entrance doorway at corner of insula. According to Warscher, quoting Fiorelli in Descrizione, (p.46), she described – I.2.23 “Il lato dell'isola ha innanzi tutto una taberna divisa in due compresi, nel primo de'quali trovasi la scaletta del meniano con latrina di sotto; e nel secondo una cella rustica costeggiata da un passaggio, che serviva da apotheca e menava alla cucina”. See Pappalardo, U., 2001. La Descrizione di Pompei per Giuseppe Fiorelli (1875). Napoli: Massa Editore. (p.37) See Warscher T., 1935. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus: Regio I.2. (no.41) Rome: DAIR, whose copyright it remains. (translation: I. 2.23 &quote;The side of the insula had firstly a workshop divided into two rooms, in the first where the stairs to the upper floor with latrine below were found; and in the second a rustic room bordered by a corridor, which was used as a storeroom and led to the kitchen.”)
PALP_1863
I.2.24
Vicolo del Conciapelle....
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
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I.2.24
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PALP_1863
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Vicolo del Conciapelle. 1935 photo taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking towards doorways on north side of Vicolo, from 1.2.29 on left, to 1.2.24 on right. See Warscher T., 1936. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus: Regio I.2. (no. 42a), Rome: DAIR, whose copyright it remains.
PALP_1864
I.2.29
Vicolo del Conciapelle....
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
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I.2.29
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PALP_1864
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Vicolo del Conciapelle. Old undated photograph. Looking towards doorways at 1.2.29 and 1.2.28. See Warscher T., 1936. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus: Regio I.2. (no. 48), Rome: DAIR, whose copyright it remains.
PALP_1865
I.2.30
Vicolo del Conciapelle....
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
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I.2.30
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PALP_1865
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Vicolo del Conciapelle. 1935 photo taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking towards wall of I.2.30, and façade on north side of vicolo. See Warscher T., 1936. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus: Regio I.2. (no. 64), Rome: DAIR, whose copyright it remains.
PALP_1866
I.2.32
I.2.32 and I.2.31 Pompe...
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
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I.2.32
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PALP_1866
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I.2.32 and I.2.31 Pompeii, on right. 1935 photo taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking towards doorways in Vicolo del Conciapelle, the entrance to I.2.31 can be seen on the right. See Warscher T., 1935. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus: Regio I.2. (no. 65), Rome: DAIR, whose copyright it remains. According to Warscher: I.2.31 “Una piccola casa, forse una taberna”.
PALP_1867
I.5.2
I.2.23 Pompeii. 1935, t...
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
image1867.jpg
 
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I.5.2
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PALP_1867
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I.2.23 Pompeii. 1935, taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking north-west across fountain near I.5.2/3, towards entrance doorway of I.2.23 in Vicolo del Conciapelle. Warscher described it as – L'incroccio del vico di Tesmo con la via tertia. (translation: “The crossroads of the vicolo di Tesmo with the via tertia”. See Warscher T., 1936. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus: Regio I.2, (no.42), Rome: DAIR, whose copyright it remains.
PALP_1868
I.5.2
I.5.2 Pompeii. 1936, ta...
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
image1868.jpg
 
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I.5.2
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PALP_1868
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I.5.2 Pompeii. 1936, taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking east along north façade on Vicolo del Conciapelle, from near entrance at I.5.2. Warscher described the roadway as Via Tertia. See Warscher T., 1936. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus: Regio I.1, I.5. Rome: DAIR, whose copyright it remains. (no.21). 10502-warscher-codex-99-640.jpg
PALP_1869
I.2.24
I.2.24-23 Pompeii. 1935...
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
image1869.jpg
 
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I.2.24
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PALP_1869
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I.2.24-23 Pompeii. 1935 photo taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking east along Vicolo del Conciapelle from outside 1.2.24, with entrance doorway to I.2.23, on right. See Warscher T., 1935. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus: Regio I.2. (no.42b), Rome: DAIR, whose copyright it remains.
PALP_1870
I.2.30
I.2.30. Vicolo del Conc...
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
image1870.jpg
 
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I.2.30
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PALP_1870
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I.2.30. Vicolo del Conciapelle.. 1935 photo taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking north to entrance doorway, with window on either side of it. See Warscher T., 1935. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus: Regio I.2. (no. 63), Rome: DAIR, whose copyright it remains. According to Warscher “Un esempio del muro della strada dove una finestra  è disposta sopra due del primo piano. Non c' è dubbio che la casa fosse a due piano”. (translation: An example of a wall of a street where a window is placed over two on the first floor. There is no doubt that the house had two floors”.
PALP_1871
I.5.1
Vicolo del Conciapelle....
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
image1871.jpg
 
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I.5.1
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PALP_1871
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Vicolo del Conciapelle. 1935 photo taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking east towards small bridge structure in roadway, leading from outside I.2.28 on left, towards I.5.1 on right. See Warscher T., 1936. Codex Topographicus Pompeianus: Regio I.1, I.5. Rome: DAIR, whose copyright it remains (no.42c).
PALP_1872
I.3.21
I.3.20/21 Pompeii. 1935...
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
image1872.jpg
 
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I.3.21
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PALP_1872
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I.3.20/21 Pompeii. 1935 photograph taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking south towards façade and window of I.2.20 (on right), and doorway at I.2.21 (on left). See Warscher, T, 1935: Codex Topographicus Pompejanus, Regio I, 3: (no.36), Rome, DAIR, whose copyright it remains.
PALP_1873
I.3.25
I.3.25 Pompeii. 1935 ph...
Tatiana Warscher, Deuts...
image1873.jpg
 
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I.3.25
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PALP_1873
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I.3.25 Pompeii. 1935 photograph taken by Tatiana Warscher. Looking north along west side of Vicolo del Citarista with the facade of I.3.25 and side wall of I.3.24. See Warscher, T, 1935: Codex Topographicus Pompejanus, Regio I, 3: (no.56), Rome, DAIR, whose copyright it remains. According to Warscher, the walls of houses I.3.25 and 24 merited a special study since they represented examples of almost every kind of masonry known in Pompeii from the earliest to the latest. The various types of window also deserved attention.
PALP_1874
HGW24 Pompeii. May 2006...
Hélène Dessales
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PALP_1874
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HGW24 Pompeii. May 2006. Looking south along Via dei Sepolcri. According to the plan by La Vega, nos 98 and 99 were found on this side of the roadway. From PAH, addendum, p.133 – Relazione delle antichita, che si vanno ritrovando nella masseria del sig. D. Giovanni Milano parsonaro, che si era principiata al di 14 Febbraro 1771. (Report of Antiquities found.....) N.98. A di 12 gennaio 1775. Si e trovata in una tavola di marmo larga pal. 2 on. 4 ½ per pal. 1 on. 11 la seguente iscrizione: CN VIBRIO Q F FAL SATURNINO CALLISTUS LIB From PAH addendum, p.160 - 14 Gennaio 1775 – Altro sepolcro di Cn. Vibrio Saturnino; no. 98 pianta di La Vega. 28 Gennaio 1775 – Il medesimo contiene un triclinio. (Fontaine, South of villa façade, west side of roadway, (see HGW23). From PAH, addendum, p.133 – Relazione delle antichita, che si vanno ritrovando nella masseria del sig. D. Giovanni Milano parsonaro, che si era principiata al di 14 Febbraro 1771. (Report of Antiquities found.....) N.99. Nel mese di aprile 1790 per le acque cadute si e fatto un fosso nel sito contrassegnato, e nel muro vi erano i seguenti caratteri alti pal. 2 ü, e che di seguito dagli antichi erano stati imbiancati, e sono GABINIG…….. Si e fatto riempire il fosso, e l'iscrizione resta ove si e veduta. (Fontaine, North of 98, south of villa façade, west side of roadway, (right side of photo).
PALP_1876
VII.6.28
VII.6.11 and 28 Pompeii...
Drew Baker
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VII.6.28
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PALP_1876
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VII.6.11 and 28 Pompeii. 1910. Looking north from the rear of VII.6.28. The capitals of the House of Pansa can be seen in the centre of the photo. (This may be photographed from room 22 of VII.6.28, with room 71 of VII.6.11 behind the wall on the right. The lower room ahead may be room 70, linking through to room 68. Room 68 and 69 would appear to run in a line connected to the NW corner of the cistern building, in the centre right. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1877
IX.12.1
IX.12.1 Pompeii. Octobe...
Drew Baker
image1877.jpg
 
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IX.12.1
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PALP_1877
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IX.12.1 Pompeii. October 1943. Looking east between IX.12 and I.8 on Via dell'Abbondanza. Picture that according to the newspaper report “shows what the RAF found after bombing.....”. The destroyed Houses of the Cenacoli Colonnati, following the aerial bombardment of 1943. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker. The left pilaster of the front façade of IX.12.1 can be seen on the left.
PALP_1878
VIII.4.17
Via Stabiana, west side...
Drew Baker
image1878.jpg
 
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VIII.4.17
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PALP_1878
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Via Stabiana, west side, September 2010. Looking west from Holconius' crossroads onto the Via dell'Abbondanza at VIII.4.17. This pilaster was numbered by Domenico Spinelli as Strada Stabiana 91. It was referred to as the south-east pilaster of Ianus Holconiorum. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1879
I.1.10
Pompeii. Street altar n...
Drew Baker
image1879.jpg
 
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I.1.10
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PALP_1879
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Pompeii. Street altar near I.1.10, on corner of unnamed vicolo between I.1 and I.5, looking north. Photo taken from unnamed vicolo between these insulae and the city walls. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1880
I.1.9
I.2 Pompeii, on left. S...
Drew Baker
image1880.jpg
 
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I.1.9
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PALP_1880
Image_description
I.2 Pompeii, on left. September 2010. Looking east along Vicolo del Conciapelle, with the north (side) wall of I.1.9, on right. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1881
I.1.10
I.1.10 Pompeii. Septemb...
Drew Baker
image1881.jpg
 
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I.1.10
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PALP_1881
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I.1.10 Pompeii. September 2010. Looking east along unnamed vicolo between regio I and I.5 (city walls). The entrance doorway to I.1.10 is in the left wall. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1882
I.1.10
1.1.10. Unnamed vicolo ...
Drew Baker
image1882.jpg
 
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I.1.10
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PALP_1882
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1.1.10. Unnamed vicolo south of I.1 and I.5. September 2010. Looking north across vicolo and I.1. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1883
I.1.10
Pompeii. Street altar n...
Drew Baker
image1883.jpg
 
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I.1.10
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PALP_1883
Image_description
Pompeii. Street altar near I.1.10, looking west. September 2010. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker. According to Sogliano, on the south-east corner of the insula was a small masonry altar. The altar was covered with red stucco, and the wall behind was also painted. On this wall were two very large serpents crawling between plants, one on each side of the corner of the insula. Today, there is no visible trace, other than the red stucco at the base of the altar, above. See Sogliano, A., 1879. Le pitture murali campane scoverte negli anni 1867-79. Napoli: (p.9)
PALP_1884
I.2.13
Copy of photo from I.2....
Drew Baker
image1884.jpg
 
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I.2.13
Archive_ID
PALP_1884
Image_description
Copy of photo from I.2.13 Pompeii. September 2010. Looking east towards entrance doorway from Via Stabiana. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker. The upper part of the photo shows the area at the end of the corridor and remains of small room located on its south side, possibly behind the scaffolding.
PALP_1885
I.2.22
I.2.22 Vicolo del Citar...
Drew Baker
image1885.jpg
 
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I.2.22
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PALP_1885
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I.2.22 Vicolo del Citarista, Pompeii. September 2010. Restored south-west side of insula 19, with its junction with unexcavated insula to the south. On the right of the picture is Vicolo del Citarista, at its junction with Vicolo del Conciapelle. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1886
I.2.22
I.2.22 Pompeii. Septemb...
Drew Baker
image1886.jpg
 
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I.2.22
Archive_ID
PALP_1886
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I.2.22 Pompeii. September 2010. Looking north along Vicolo del Citarista towards doorway, on left. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1887
I.2.22
I.2.22 Pompeii. Septemb...
Drew Baker
image1887.jpg
 
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I.2.22
Archive_ID
PALP_1887
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I.2.22 Pompeii. September 2010. Looking north along Vicolo del Citarista, note arch by pole on right, I.19. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1888
I.2.22
I.2.22 Pompeii. Septemb...
Drew Baker
image1888.jpg
 
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I.2.22
Archive_ID
PALP_1888
Image_description
I.2.22 Pompeii. September 2010. Vicolo del Citarista between I.2 and I.19. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1889
I.2.22
I.2.22 Pompeii. Septemb...
Drew Baker
image1889.jpg
 
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I.2.22
Archive_ID
PALP_1889
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I.2.22 Pompeii. September 2010. Detail of the other end of the arch, tunnel or corridor, terminating at junction of unexcavated roadway? Vicolo del Citarista between I.2 and I.19. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1890
I.3.9
I.3.9 Pompeii. Septembe...
Drew Baker
image1890.jpg
 
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I.3.9
Archive_ID
PALP_1890
Image_description
I.3.9 Pompeii. September 2010. South wall of entrance room and south-west corner, with entrance doorway from I.3.9 on right. This area would have been linked to area of I.3.10. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1891
I.3.9
I.3.10 Pompeii. Septemb...
Drew Baker
image1891.jpg
 
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I.3.9
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PALP_1891
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I.3.10 Pompeii. September 2010. South wall of entrance room and south-east corner, (part of I.3.9). On the left, the doorway to the first rear room can be seen. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
PALP_1892
I.3.9
I.3.9 Pompeii. Septembe...
Drew Baker
image1892.jpg
 
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I.3.9
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PALP_1892
Image_description
I.3.9 Pompeii. September 2010. Looking east towards doorway to the first rear room on the south side, and across room to the other rear rooms in I.3.10. Photo courtesy of Drew Baker.
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