Travels in Europe and in the Island of Sicily: With an Account of the Remains of Ancient Italy, and of the Roads Leading to Those Remains

Starke, Mariana

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Book Description Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1836 Excerpt: .struck dead by lightning, at Pompeii; although the heavens were cloudless. mansion received his clients. The other part was called private, because appropriated to the use of the proprietor and his family; and consisted of the Peristylium, or inner Court, surrounded with colonnades (the space between the columns being sometimes glazed in cold weather); the Cubicula, or Alcoves for beds, open to the Peristylium, and having a small platform, raised a few inches higher than the rest of the pavement, for the bed; the OEcus Gynae--, ( ) or Women s apartment, which looked into the Court; the summer Triclinium, () in the open air, but shaded by a Pergula;(i) the winter Triclinium, under cover; the Sacrarium, or Family Chapel, dedicated to some particular divinity, and containing statues of the Lares; the Exedra, or Saloon; the Pinacotheca; the Library; the hot Baths, which seem to have been placed in the most retired part of every house; and the cold Bath, which was used in the open air. Houses with offices under ground commonly had their hot Baths, Kitchen, Larder, Cellar, and Olearium, or Repository for oil, in this part of the habitation. The Peristylium contained a Xystus or Parterre of flowers, and culinary herbs; and was often furnished with a Reservoir for fish. The Lararium (found in the generality of houses) is identifiedbyits paintings, which represent sacrifices to the Lares: it frequently consisted of a Niche with a bracket in the centre, supporting a lamp; and was usually situated in the Kitchen, or under one of the Colonnades. An Impluvium, or Cistern for rain-water, may be seen in the Atrium of every large house. The ground-floors seldom had any windows to the street: neither had the next floor, which was usually lighted by bulls eyes. The . Bookseller Inventory # APC9781231335321

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Book Description Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1836 Excerpt: .struck dead by lightning, at Pompeii; although the heavens were cloudless. mansion received his clients. The other part was called private, because appropriated to the use of the proprietor and his family; and consisted of the Peristylium, or inner Court, surrounded with colonnades (the space between the columns being sometimes glazed in cold weather); the Cubicula, or Alcoves for beds, open to the Peristylium, and having a small platform, raised a few inches higher than the rest of the pavement, for the bed; the OEcus Gynae--, ( ) or Women s apartment, which looked into the Court; the summer Triclinium, () in the open air, but shaded by a Pergula;(i) the winter Triclinium, under cover; the Sacrarium, or Family Chapel, dedicated to some particular divinity, and containing statues of the Lares; the Exedra, or Saloon; the Pinacotheca; the Library; the hot Baths, which seem to have been placed in the most retired part of every house; and the cold Bath, which was used in the open air. Houses with offices under ground commonly had their hot Baths, Kitchen, Larder, Cellar, and Olearium, or Repository for oil, in this part of the habitation. The Peristylium contained a Xystus or Parterre of flowers, and culinary herbs; and was often furnished with a Reservoir for fish. The Lararium (found in the generality of houses) is identifiedbyits paintings, which represent sacrifices to the Lares: it frequently consisted of a Niche with a bracket in the centre, supporting a lamp; and was usually situated in the Kitchen, or under one of the Colonnades. An Impluvium, or Cistern for rain-water, may be seen in the Atrium of every large house. The ground-floors seldom had any windows to the street: neither had the next floor, which was usually lighted by bulls eyes. The . Bookseller Inventory # APC9781231335321

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