New online datings for slave and masters

Its mosaics were later studied in detail by Becatti, its paintings by Van Essen and Borda, its masonry by Heres [4].

Afterwards rather different building phases were suggested by Tione [5], but her 19 publications are not detailed enough to accept her conclusions.

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The oldest visible remains have been dated to the Hadrianic period by Blake [8], but to the last quarter of the second century by Heres and Van Dalen [9].

According to the same plan basalt blocks were touching the east facade.

There was therefore no sidewalk here, and in the main building phase (Constantinian) there were no doors in the east wall. In the facade, in the south-west corner of the building, is a large, protruding travertine block.

To this period belong the whole of the north wall (including a door and a partially blocked door changed into a window), most of the east wall (including a blocked door), a small part of the south wall, the lower part of the west wall (covered by a row of bricks, sesquipedales and bipedales at the average height 0.25), and some of the masonry above the row.

The masonry is opus mixtum (north wall), opus reticulatum (north wall) and opus latericium.

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