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Wk 2: reconstruction of a typical Roman house with peristyle and atrium at Pompeii/elsewhere

Domus italica, hellenized domus: incorporation of columns into the interior of the house + a garden: a peristyle court.

Wk 3: First style wall painting (Samnite House, Herculaneum)

First Style wall painting in the fauces of the Samnite House, Herculaneum, late second century BCE. Also called masonry style - imitated marble panels with stucco relief.

Wk 2: Tetra- styled atrium (house of the sliver wedding, Pompeii)

An Early Example of a Roman Atrium, “Atrium of the House of the Silver Wedding” in Pompeii Seen here: the vestibulum, the atrium, the impluvium and the compluvium, the last two used to collect rainwater.

Wk 3/4: From top- Temple of Janus, Temple of Juno Sospita, Temple of Spes- Forum Holitorium

Wk From top- Temple of Janus, Temple of Juno Sospita, Temple of Spes- Forum Holitorium

Wk 4: San ildefonso group (school of pasiteles)

Wk San ildefonso group (school of pasiteles)

Wk 3: Second style wall painting (House of the Griffins, Palatine Hill)

Wk Second style wall painting (House of the Griffins, Palatine Hill)

Wk 3: Temple of Castor and Pollux

Wk Temple of Castor and Pollux

Wk 4: The round temple in the Forum Boarium

Wk The round temple in the Forum Boarium

Wk 4: Anonymous Roman Politician (Hybrid Portraiture)

Wk 4: Anonymous Roman Politician (Hybrid Portraiture)

Wk 4: 'Trivoli' General

Learn more about roman sculpture under the republic in the Boundless open textbook. During the Roman Republic, members of all social classes used a variety of sculptural techniques to promote their distinguished social statuses.

Wk 5: bust of Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar is a longtime history crush of mine, not exactly an angel, actually the archetype of the ruthless leader but also a political and military genius. Born into a roman patrician family, he.

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