By the first century BC, the "classic" villa took many architectural forms, with many
examples employing ...
While many chose to live primarily, or even exclusively, in their villas, these .... In
Roman architecture, an insula (Latin for "island," plural insulae) was a kind of ...
Sample Plan of a Roman House. plan of domus. A, atrium, formal entrance hall.
Al, ala, "wings" opening from atrium. C, cubiculum, small room; bedroom.
Roman domestic architecture (villa) ... The domus as a general architectural type
is long-lived in the Roman world, although some development of the ...
Roman villas in England. Part of the English architecture guide at Britain Express,
includes major Roman villas to visit in England.
Background: Roman housing architecture provides valuable insight into ... Many
rich Romans also owned opulent residences in the countryside, called 'Villa'.
The architecture and landscape elements described by Pliny the Younger appear
as part of the Roman tradition of the monumental Villa Adriana. Originally built ...
Related subjects: British History 1500 and before (including Roman Britain) ... By
the first century B.C., the "classic" villa had a widespread architectural form with ...
As with other aspects of ancient Roman life and Roman architecture, Roman
homes, houses and Roman villas underwent a degree of evolution, particularly
Villa in Tuscany, Tuscan holiday villas, Roman vacation villas, Italian villas to rent
... for the form and organisation of Renaissance villa architecture may be found ...