Roman Houses. By Iulia Angotti, Brittania Kach, Angelo Bruno. Main Layout of a Roman House. CB. CB. TR. P. V. A. TA. CB. CB. C. Vestibulum.
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By Iulia Angotti, Brittania Kach, Angelo Bruno
Roman houses were normally bleak and close to the road. When a person would first enter a house, they would see a long narrow hallway called the vestibulum, or sometimes known as the throat. The hallway was elaborately decorated with depictions of both good – such as welcome , or bad – a guard dog.