villa rustica – “Römervilla” at Ahrweiler

the villa

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miscellany

model and view of entire structure

model of villa rustica view of the structure

the bathhouse was built in two stages of villas I and II

bath illustration
clever depiction of the bathing scenes
the baths wer built in two stages of Villas One and Two the baths wer built in two stages of Villas One and Two

Sections of baths in Villa One

25 was an unheated room for gymnastic exercises
sections of baths in Villa I 25 was an unheated room for gymnastic exercises
31 marks the painting of the frigidarium
44 was a laconium, a dry sweat bath in Villa One 23 was the bath changing room of Villa Two
44 was a laconium, a dry sweat bath in Villa I 23 was the bath changing room of Villa II
another section of the original baths, later a 4th century smelt oven tomb robbers cut a hole into the floor
another section of the original bathhouse,
later a 4th century smelt oven
tomb robbers cut a hole into the floor,
revealing a well preserved hypocaust

fresh water canal between bathhouse and villa
fresh water canal between bathhouse and villa fresh water canal between bathhouse and villa

various sections of the house(s)

section of the sliding window glass samples
Section of the sliding window. Shards of window glass, laid out to the actual size of the pane of the sliding window.

unidentified wall section one of three staircases

one of three staircases


kitchen of the road house
kitchen of the road house
not sure what this represents …my notes fail me here
not sure what this represents . . .
tableware
tableware

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