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Herculaneum Ins. Or. I.3. Entrance doorway, with ramp, leading to stable.

 

Ins. Orientalis I, 2, on right, Herculaneum, July 2015. Looking north along Cardo V. Inferiore, with frontage on north side of entrance doorway, on right. In the centre of the photo is the entrance to the stable area, with the ramp in the pavement. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

Ins. Orientalis I.2, on right, Herculaneum, July 2015. Looking north along Cardo V. Inferiore, with frontage on north side of entrance doorway, on right.

In the centre of the photo is the entrance to the stable area at Ins. Or. I.3, with the ramp in the pavement.

Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

 

Ins. Orientalis I.3, Herculaneum, July 2015. 
Looking east towards entrance to stable area on north side of house, with the ramp in the pavement.  On the left of the photo, is the rustic area of room B.  Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

Ins. Orientalis I.3, Herculaneum, July 2015.

Looking east towards entrance to stable area on north side of house, with the ramp in the pavement.

On the left of the photo, is the rustic area of room B.  Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

 

Ins. Orientalis I.3, Herculaneum, May 2004. 
Looking towards area of house and garden of Telephus Relief on its north-western side, lower centre right.
This rustic area occupied all the area on the north side of the house. 
In the centre of the photo, would be the area of room C, on its south side would be room A, with a doorway into room B on its south side.
Room D with the three stoves, is on the extreme right, behind room B. On the left is Cardo V, looking north. 
Photo courtesy of Nicolas Monteix.
The rustic area was composed of a stable with ramp, and a garden, with some rooms on the south and west sides.
These rooms may have been turned into a commercial use, during their last days. 
In one of the rooms, (room B), the floor was completely covered with tiles, as often seen in a workshop of a laundry. 
In another, (room D), a set-up of three stoves would probably have been used for the industry carried out in workshop B.

Ins. Orientalis I.3, Herculaneum, May 2004.

Looking towards area of house and garden of Telephus Relief on its north-western side, lower centre right.

This rustic area occupied all the area on the north side of the house.

In the centre of the photo, would be the area of room C, on its south side would be room A, with a doorway into room B on its south side.

Room D with the three stoves, is on the extreme right, behind room B. On the left is Cardo V, looking north.

Photo courtesy of Nicolas Monteix.

The rustic area was composed of a stable with ramp, and a garden, with some rooms on the south and west sides.

These rooms may have been turned into a commercial use, during their last days.

In one of the rooms, (room B), the floor was completely covered with tiles, as often seen in a workshop of a laundry.

In another, (room D), a set-up of three stoves would probably have been used for the industry carried out in workshop B.

 

Ins. Orientalis I.3, Herculaneum, May 2005. Room D, north-west corner, remains of three stoves.
Photo courtesy of Nicolas Monteix.

Ins. Orientalis I.3, Herculaneum, May 2005. Room D, north-west corner, remains of three stoves.

Photo courtesy of Nicolas Monteix.

 

Ins. Orientalis I.3, Herculaneum, May 2005. Room D, remains of three stoves in north-west corner.
Photo courtesy of Nicolas Monteix.

Ins. Orientalis I.3, Herculaneum, May 2005. Room D, remains of three stoves in north-west corner.

Photo courtesy of Nicolas Monteix.

 

Ins. Orientalis I.3, Herculaneum, May 2005. Room D, north-west corner, detail of remains of three stoves.
Photo courtesy of Nicolas Monteix.

Ins. Orientalis I.3, Herculaneum, May 2005. Room D, north-west corner, detail of remains of three stoves.

Photo courtesy of Nicolas Monteix.

 

Vicolo Meridionale, the small roadway dividing Ins. Orientalis II, on left, from Ins. Orientalis I, on right. Looking east. September 2015. This roadway slopes downward on the eastern side of the site, and would have originally dropped down to the river harbour below.

Vicolo Meridionale, the small roadway dividing Ins. Orientalis II, on left, from Ins. Orientalis I, on right. Looking east. September 2015.

This roadway slopes downward on the eastern side of the site and would have originally dropped down to the river harbour below.

 

Ins. Orientalis I, 3, Herculaneum, looking east along test trench in Vicolo Meridionale showing steep drop in natural terrain to the east.
See Wallace-Hadrill, A. (2011). Herculaneum, Past and Future. London, Frances Lincoln Ltd., p. 105.

Ins. Orientalis I.3, on right, Herculaneum.

Looking east along test trench in Vicolo Meridionale showing steep drop in natural terrain to the east.

See Wallace-Hadrill, A. (2011). Herculaneum, Past and Future. London, Frances Lincoln Ltd., p. 105.

 

Vicolo Meridionale, Herculaneum, looking west towards Cardo V, with the garden of Telephus Relief, on left. 1957. 
Photo by Stanley A. Jashemski.
Source: The Wilhelmina and Stanley A. Jashemski archive in the University of Maryland Library, Special Collections (See collection page) and made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial License v.4. See Licence and use details.
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Vicolo Meridionale, Herculaneum, looking west towards Cardo V, with the garden of Telephus Relief, on left. 1957.

Photo by Stanley A. Jashemski.

Source: The Wilhelmina and Stanley A. Jashemski archive in the University of Maryland Library, Special Collections (See collection page) and made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial License v.4. See Licence and use details.

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