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the slave in the Roman house
ouses and households in Roman Egypt
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amphorae apse Aquileia artefacts atria atrium house bronze building burial Casa del Fauno cenacula central centre columellae compluviate compluvium construction context corridor courtyard decorated dining room domestic architecture domestic space domus door elite entrance Eschebach example excavations exedra facade fauces floor Frohlich function garden hellenistic Herculaneum Hillier household Ibid identified impluviate impluvium individual inhabitants inscription Insula Arriana Polliana interaction Isola Sacra Karanis kitchen lapilli lararium Lares late antiquity level of presence-availability Maiuri mosaic Nappo necropolis niche Nocera nodes organisation owner pattern pavement peristyle Pompeian house Pompeii portico reception relations relationship ritual Roman domestic Roman Egypt Roman house Rome roof RStPomp Sarno stone servile shrines slaves social spatial practice status strangers structure suggests supra supra n.2 tabernae tablinum terracotta testudinate Thylander 1952 tomb traditional triclinia triclinium Trimalchio urban villa wall Wallace-Hadrill 1994 Zanker