Domus di A. Trebius Valens

One of the most famous residences in Pompeii

The House of A. Trebius Valens is one of the most interesting and well-preserved residences in Pompeii, the ancient Roman city buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. The house is named after its original owner, Aulus Trebius Valens, a prominent Roman citizen.

Dating back to the 1st century BC, this dwelling is renowned for its architectural richness and decorative elements. It features typical Pompeiian house characteristics, including a colonnaded atrium, a central peristyle, and a series of residential and service rooms arranged around open spaces.

One of the distinctive features of the House of A. Trebius Valens is its inner garden, surrounded by columns and adorned with fountains and mosaics. This garden likely served as the heart of the family’s domestic life, a place for gathering and relaxation.

Numerous frescoes and mosaics of great beauty and artistic refinement have been found inside the house, showcasing the taste and opulence of the owners. These decorative elements also provide insights into the daily life and aesthetic preferences of the Roman elite of the time.

The House of A. Trebius Valens is an important archaeological and tourist site, offering visitors a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the daily life of ancient Pompeii and to appreciate the art and architecture of the Roman era.

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