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Regio I - Insula XII - Caseggiato I,XII,5

This building (to the south of the Caseggiato della Cisterna, I,XII,4) has not been investigated in detail yet. Its opus mixtum seems to be Hadrianic. There are later modifications. It may have served an industrial purpose. In the north-east corner is a staircase. Against the east facade a basin and a small room were set, with a staircase.

Plan of the caseggiato

Plan of the caseggiato. After SO I.

Photographs



The east facade, seen from the north-east. Two travertine corner stones are in the jambs
of the entrance of the staircase in the north-east corner.
Photograph: Jan Theo Bakker.



Basin to the east of the building, seen from the south-east.
Photograph: Jan Theo Bakker.



Room to the north of the basin, seen from the south-east.
Photograph: Jan Theo Bakker.



Two floor niches in the north wall of the south-western room. From the south.
Photograph: Jan Theo Bakker.



The two south-eastern rooms, seen from the south-east.
Photograph: Jan Theo Bakker.

[jthb - 19-May-2006]