What Did a Roman Villa Look like inside?

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A Roman villa had a beautiful and glossy interior design. It was characterised by hypocaust-heated rooms and mosaic floors. The villas also had artistic sculptures and jewellery.
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A Roman villa is very large. It has a courtyard in the center of it with a rectangular pool in the center of the courtyard with a fountain too. On the outside edges of the home there
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The villa-complex consisted of three parts. The "Villa Urbana" where the owner and his family lived. This would be similar to the wealthy-persons Domus in the city and would
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When you would walk through the front enterence there would be a shop and a study on either sides of you. Then there would be a few bedrooms, and a kitchen and a stove room. There
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