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Thursday, February 24, 2022

Part 1 of the 5th 30-minute segment of the ProWalk Tours Virtual Pompeii Walk

In this segment you will see the spectacular House of the Golden Cupids that is thought to have been owned by a relative of Nero's wife Poppaea. I especially enjoyed seeing rooms painted in the Third Style with larger panel murals. I found the water towers designed to reduce the water pressure from the aqueduct really interesting too. Then you get an opportunity to explore the Central Baths that were part of a renovation project and were not yet completed at the time of the eruption.

All of these images are screen captures from the Pompeii Walking Tour 2020 video courtesy of the POMPEII ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK and ProWalk Tours. Note: ProWalk Tours as producer of the original video footage has agreed to allow my derivative still images to be licensed with Creative Commons Attribution Sharealike.

I have used Topaz Sharpen AI to remove the slight motion blur in screen captures as well as Adobe Camera Raw to adjust clarity, texture, highlights, shadows, and occasionally haze and white balance. I increased dynamic contrast and added a subtle vignette with On1 Photo Raw Effects and removed distracting visitors and replaced empty skies with Photoshop and its Sky Replacement feature, changing the blend mode from Screen to Multiply to avoid excessive editing of the mask layer. Facebook loaded my images in reverse order and I am a bit too tired today to rearrange them all so you might want to start with the last image and view them back to the first. I'll share part 2 tomorrow.
You can explore the Pompeii Walk video yourself here - no special hardware is required:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUYJ8LbF1Ys




Structures across from the Castellum Aquae Pompeii Walk

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Public fountain along the Via Stabiana the main cardi (north-south road) Pompeii Walk

 

 

Newly excavated House along the Via Stabiana Pompeii Walk

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More newly excavated remains of a house decorated in the Fourth Style along the Via Stabiana Pompeii Walk w sky rep

 

 

View of the atrium and cubicals behind of the House of the Ara Maxima excavated in 1903 Pompeii Walk

 


Atrium with impluvium and view of the Tablinum of the House of the Golden Cupids excavated in 1903 Pompeii Walk w sky rep

 

 

Peristyle of the House of the Golden Cupids excavated in 1903 Pompeii walk w sky rep

 

Exedra decorated in the Third Style in the House of the Golden Cupids excavated in 1903 Pompeii Walk

 

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Peristyle of the House of the Golden Cupids excavated in 1903 (2) Pompeii walk

 

Frescoed alcove in the Third Style in the House of the Golden Cupids Pompeii Walk

 

 

Niche for a household god outside a cubiculum door at the House of the Golden Cupids Pompeii Walk

 

Mosaic Floor in the House of the Golden Cupids Pompeii Walk

 

 

Fourth style barrel-vaulted cubiculum in the House of the Golden Cupids Pompeii Walk



Elevated view of the peristyle in the House of the Golden Cupids Pompeii Walk

 

 

Lararium in the House of the Golden Cupids Pompeii Walk

 

Tablinum with mosaic inset in the House of the Golden Cupids Pompeii Walk

 

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Water tower used to reduce water pressure from the Castellum Aquae before distributing it to homes Pompeii Walk

 

Thermopolium in Regio 5 Insula 1 Pompeii Walk 

 

 

Entrance to the House of Banker Cecilio Giocondo Pompeii Walk

 

Another water tour and public fountain at a crossroads with the Vicolo di Mercurio Pompeii Walk

 

 

Workshop of dryers and washers along the Via di Nola Pompeii Walk

 

Workshop of dryers and washers along the Via di Nola (2) Pompeii Walk

 

 

Palaestra (exercise area) of the Central Baths excavated in 1817 Pompeii Walk

 

Human remains found in the apodyterium of the Central Baths excavated in 1817 Pompeii Walk

 

 

Frigidarium in the Central Baths  excavated in 1817 Pompeii Walk

 

Tepidarium Central Baths excavated in 1817 Pompeii Walk

 

 

Laconicum (Hot Dry Room) in the Central Baths excavated in 1817 Pompeii Walk

 

Caldarium in the Central Baths excavated in 1817 Pompeii Walk

 

 

View of the Central Baths from the Caldarium Pompeii Walk

 

 

 

 

 































































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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Part 2 of the 4th 30 minute segment of the "Pompeii Virtual Walk" video

This segment of the Pompeii Virtual Walk video includes the House of the Faun, House of the Vetti (note - explicit frescoes - viewer discretion advised), the House of the Prince of Naples, the Castellum Aquae, and Samnite fortification wall and tower near the necropolis of the Vesuvio Gate.

I was particularly thrilled to explore the House of the Vetti as it was closed when I was in Pompeii and it is one of those dwellings where the owners went rather "over the top" in adorning almost every inch of wall space with frescoes even though many scholars think the Vettii were freedman and not aristocrats at all. 

I was also excited to finally "tour" the House of the Prince of Naples that I studied for months before writing the Wikipedia article about it. Surgical instruments were scattered in the debris of the house and a skeleton was found in the barrel-vaulted cubiculum to the left of the fauces. I thought these finds suggested the house may have been occupied by a physician at the time of the eruption and one of his patients, possibly injured in the eruption, had expired and was abandoned in the rush to evacuate. Other scholars have proposed that the skeleton may be the remains of someone who broke into the house through holes in the walls and was killed by falling debris.

I was surprised when I "walked" through the House of the Small Fountain how similar it was in some respects to the House of the Prince of Naples.  Both structures were originally two separate Samnite dwellings that had been joined together during the Augustan period. The atrium and forward adjoining rooms  accessed through the portal numbered 23 in the House of the Small Fountain had an almost identical layout to the entrance of the House of the Prince of Naples, a fourth style-decorated cubiculum on the left and an unadorned doorman's chamber with stairs leading to the upper story on the right.  Both structures featured floor pavement of punteggiato regolare, a signinum featuring spaced travertine tesserae used widely in Pompeii beginning about 100 BCE and both had a small rear garden separated from the interior by a row of columns. Instead of an ornate mosaic fountain, the House of the Prince of Naples had a lararium as the garden's focal point. German archaeologists theorized that the residents of the House of the Prince of Naples were superstitious and had the lararium positioned so that the household gods could "see" into every major occupied space in the house. I proposed an opposite viewpoint that the lararium was positioned so it was visible from almost every occupied space as a reminder to visitors (or patients) of the pietas of the resident(s).  If the resident was, in fact, a physician, evidence of his pietas would have been comforting to his patients.

Both houses (as well as the House of Sallust) appeared to have been modified in the Augustan period to refocus the center of attention in the tablinum to the garden rather than the atrium, where clients may have once gathered. (In the case of the House of the Small Fountain and the House of Sallust, the rear wall of the tablinium was removed to expose the garden behind.  In the case of the House of the Prince of Naples, a large opening was cut into the side wall of the tablinum since the garden was behind and off to the side.)  I found this change in architecture that was popularized during Augustus' reign interesting.  Augustus was always focused on his grip on power and it would be to his advantage to discourage the expansion of patron-client relationships and the potentially threatening political power they spawned. What better way to do that than to encourage a cultural focus on the natural world and entertainment rather than cultivation of political relationships? 

As stated before, I have used Topaz Sharpen AI to remove the slight motion blur in screen captures as well as Adobe Camera Raw to adjust clarity, texture, highlights, shadows, and occasionally haze and white balance. I increase dynamic contrast and add a subtle vignette with On1 Photo Raw Effects and remove distracting visitors and replace empty skies with Photoshop and its Sky Replacement feature, changing the blend mode from Screen to Multiply where necessary to avoid extensive editing of the masking layer.

A wonderful collection of images from still cameras of the frescoes in the House of the Vetti can be found here:

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Ancient_Roman_frescos_in_the_House_of_the_Vettii_(Pompeii)

More images and closeups from still cameras of the frescoes in the House of the Prince of Naples can be found here:

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Casa_del_Principe_di_Napoli

You can explore the Pompeii Walk video yourself here - no special hardware is required:

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A reclining Dionysys with satyr from an oecus in the House of the Vettii Pompeii Walk

Front peristyle in Sulla's nephew's House of the Faun Pompeii Walk

Atrium of the House of the Prince of Naples

Atrium of the House of the Vetti facing the peristyle Pompeii Walk

Barrel-vaulted tablinum decorated in the Fourth Style, House of the Prince of Naples Pompeii Walk

Castellum Aquae that supplied Pompeii with water from an aqueduct Pompeii Walk

Closeup of Tablinum with replica of the famous Alexander at the Battle of Issus mosaic House of the Faun w sky rep and adj perspective

Closeup of the god Priapus in the fauces of the House of the Vetti Pompeii Walk

Colonnaded peristyle with lararium in the House of the Prince of Naples Pompeii Walk

Columned architectural details in the Fauces (entrance) of the House of the Faun Pompeii Walk

Dionysus reveals himself to Ariadne in the House of the Vetti Pompeii Walk

Entrance to the House of the Faun (ropes removed) Pompeii Walk

Fauces (entrance) mosaic House of the Faun Pompeii Walk

Fourth style frescoes in the House of the Vetti Pompeii Walk

Fourth style oecus in the House of the Prince of Naples

Fourth style oecus with opus sectile mosaic in the House of the Prince of Naples

Fresco depicting the myth of Pasiphae in the House of the Vetti Pompeii Walk

Another view of front peristyle from opposite direction House of the Faun Pompeii Walk

Ission linked to the volcano wheel in the presence of Juno fresco in the House of the Vettii

Lararia at the House of the Faun Pompeii Walk

Lararium in the peristyle of the House of the Prince of Naples Pompeii Walk

Large marble table (cartibulum) supported by winged griffins in the atrium of the House of the Prince of Naples Pompeii Walk

Lavapesto welcome mosaic of the House of the Faun Pompeii Walk

Lavishly frescoed oecus in the House of the Vettii Pompeii Walk

Lavishly frescoed reception room in the House of the Vetti Pompeii Walk

More modestly decorated reception room in the House of the Vettii Pompeii Walk

Mosaiced impluvium with reproduction of the bronze faun found in the House of the Faun (with visitors and barriers removed) Pompeii Walk

Priapus fresco at the House of the Vetti (1) Pompeii Walk

Rear peristyle House of the Faun Pompeii Walk

Remains of a nail-studded storage chest in the atrium of the House of the Vetti Pompeii Walk

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Reproduction of a sculpture of the god Priapus that was once in the peristyle garden of the House of the Vetti Pompeii Walk

Samnite fortification wall and tower near the Necropolis of the Vesuvio Gate Pompeii Walk

Summer triclinium with Bacchus and Venus in the House of the Prince of Naples Pompeii Walk


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