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Regio II - Insula IX - Ninfeo II,IX,1

In the south-east corner of block II,IX, facing the Decumanus, are the remains of a nymphaeum (7.70 x 3.10). It was built in opus latericium and may be Antonine. In the centre a base was found. The wall is articulated through pilasters, and was decorated with marble. Behind the nymphaeum several basins were found. The nymphaeum was excavated in 1913.

Plan of the nymphaeum

Plan of the nymphaeum. After SO I.

Photographs



The nymphaeum seen from the south-west. Photograph: Jan Theo Bakker.

[jthb - 31-Dec-2000]