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A Roman villa was a country house built for the upper class in the Roman Republic and the ... A third type of villa provided the organizational center of the large holdings called latifundia, which produced and exported agricultural produce; such ...

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We find evidence of the ancient Roman villa in both archaeological remains and in ancient texts. Taken together this would seem to suggest a fairly uniform and ...

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Along with a domus in the city, many of the richest families of ancient Rome also owned a separate country house known as a villa. While many chose to live ...

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Roman houses were so well built, if you were rich, that many examples of ... In 1960, a workman found substantial ancient building rubble at Fishbourne, ... excavation took place and what was essentially a complete Roman villa was found.

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Roman Villa! Visit the Romans site for interesting history, facts and information about Roman Villa. History, facts and information about the Romans, Ancient ...

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Roman villas were magnificent structures built using stone, wood and brick. ... that was used in eastern traditions long before the birth of the Roman civilisation.

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The Romans lived in a wide variety of homes depending on whether they were wealthy ... The rich lived in private homes in the city or large villas in the country.

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One of the most visible remnants of that style in England is the Roman villa. ... Most large villas are built quite close to major urban centres, generally within ten  ...

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However, some wealthy Romans lived in villas and palaces. Villas were large farms with a big house for the owners. They had lots of servants and farm workers  ...

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Many rich Romans also owned opulent residences in the countryside, called ' Villa'. break. Insulae: Insulae were apartments used by poor Roman citizens for ...