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.
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.