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A roofless aedicula, the purgatorium, east of the main structure of the Temple of Isis (VIII.7.28). The purgatorium had a subterranean room and a basin for the waters of the Nile.

Looking at the Temple of Isis (VIII.7.28) from the northeast corner of the colonnade that surrounds the temple.

The frescoes visible from the entrance to the lupanar (VII.12.18).

Stucco decoration depicting ships from the west wall of the men's caldarium of the Stabian Baths (VII.1.8).

A painting of Venus being pulled by elephants between the doorways IX.7.7 and IX.7.6.

The south end of the amphitheater (II.6) from the north entrance tunnel.

 

Looking north west across a vineyard (II.5.5) at Vesuvius. The vineyard was also used in Roman times as a vineyard with some space devoted to the making and tasting of wine.

Looking south east at one of the double staircases of the amphitheater (II.6). The stairs on the west side are visible on the right.

Looking south east at one of the double staircases of the amphitheater (II.6).

Plaster casts of the door that once closed the entrance to House of the Beautiful Impluvium (I.9.1).

Restoration work is underway for the House of the Secaond Cenaculum (IX.12.4) and most of the insula.

One of the rooms off the atrium of the House of Menander (I.10.4). The room has several frescos about the fall of Troy.

One of the rooms off the atrium of the House of Menander (I.10.4). The room has several frescos about the fall of Troy.

The people of Troy stop Cassandra from destroying the Trojan Horse. From the House of Menander (I.10.4).

A fresco from a room off the atrium in the House of Menander (I.10.4). It shows Ajax dragging Cassandra away from the Palladium of Troy before an unfortunate Priam.

One of the curved alcoves along the south portico of the House of Menander (I.10.4). The fresco depicts Venus in an open air temple.

 

One of the curved alcoves along the south portico of the House of Menander (I.10.4). The fresco depicts Diana and Actaion.

Looking north in the peristyle garden of the House of Menander (I.10.4).

The Temple of Isis (VIII.7.28) from the south east. Next to the cella is a niche where a statue would have stood.

Stucco decorations on the east side of the purgatorium of the Temple of Isis (VIII.7.28). One the left is a depiction of Perseus and Andromache; on the right is a cupid.

The Temple of Isis (VIII.7.28). On the left in the foreground is the main altar; it is next to the purgatorium where water from the Nile was kept

Looking southwest at the upper walls of the Large Theater (VIII.7.21).

Looking south down into the Large Theater (VIII.7.21).

 

A fresco depicting Priapus with a double penis from the lupanar (VII.12.18).

 

The latrine in the lupanar (VII.12.18). A short wall separated it from the main corridor on the first floor.

Erotic fresco from the lupanar (VII.12.18).

The stone bed in one of the rooms of the lupanar (VII.12.18).

The upper story of the lupanar, one of Pompeii's brothels. It was accessed by a separate doorway (VII.12.20) on the street to the left.

The stucco ceiling of the entrance to the men's changing rooms in the Stabian Baths (VII.1.8).

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