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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domus

In ancient Rome, the domus was the type of house occupied by the upper classes and some ... They were small familiar huts constructed on the axial plan of a central hall with an open skylight. ... Thus a wealthy Roman citizen lived in a large house separated into two parts, and linked together through the tablinum or study ...

www.vroma.org/~bmcmanus/house.html

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.

www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ancient-art-civilizations/roman/beginners-guide-rome/a/roman-domestic-architecture-domus

In the classic layout of the Roman domus, the atrium served as the focus of the entire house plan. As the main room in the public part of the house (pars urbana),  ...

www.roman-empire.net/society/soc-house.html

Jul 10, 2007 ... An interesting thing to note about the layout of the Roman house, is that the names given to the front part of the house around the atrium are ...

www.crystalinks.com/romebuildings.html

They were small familiar huts constructed on the axial plan of a central hall with ... Thus a wealthy Roman citizen lived in a large house separated into two parts, ...

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basic plan of a Roman house with atrium entrance and central axis view ... Plan of the 'typical' Roman urban villa (townhouse) found at Wroxeter, England ...

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A n illustration of the layout of an average Ancient Roman villa of the wealthier class. This eould ne my dream home plan, complete with atrium & lots of plants ...

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The diagram below is of the floorplan of a typical Roman villa. See the Interactive resource, 'Who lived in a house like this?: Roman villa' (available at.

museumvictoria.com.au/education/learning-lab/ancient-roman-empire/house-of-the-vine/roman-house-architecture

The House of the Vine is typical of many Pompeian houses, with a rectangular floor plan, and one room leading into another and out into the garden.