Edifice with peristyle situated between the east side of the Themistocles's walls and the Valerian extension
At the summit of the dome the representation of Christ Pantocrator
Probably this building was used as a triclinium.
Impost capital decorated with large palmettes, each one with a ribbon also called "pativ".
Impost capital decorated with large palmettes (one for each face) with a ribbon, also called pativ.
Fragment of mosaic floor, from the portico that leads to the main room of the domus. The scene probably shows a procession of men with gifts for the Dominus. Only three of them are still partially preserved, with the lower half of their bodies.
Representation of St. Lawrence or Christ. On the left, a furniture that contains the four Gospels. At the centre of the scene stands the gridiron that could be the symbol of St. Lawrence's martyrdom or can be the place where Christ burns the…
Detail of the rectangular mosaic floor with tangent circles knot together. The resulting spaces are filled with squares and diamonds
Detail of the rectangular mosaic floor in the eastern part of room n. 10. Orthogonal composition of diamonds with a four-petals motif, dentate crosses, circles, knots, zigzag motifs, scales, alternating with squares filled with various geometrical…
Detail of the rectangular mosaic floor with tied secant circles that shape four-leaf clovers. The resulting spaces are decorated with small, stylized four-petal flowers and small crosses.