tables (support furniture)

I.7.7 House of the Priest Amandus

One step above the level of the triclinium of this small house with an irregular floor plan was a peristyle garden. It was to the west of the atrium and enclosed on the north and east by a portico. Five columns supported the portico and two engaged columns on the west wall continued the order of th...

II.3.7/9

This garden restaurant was strategically located across from the Palaestra. This garden occupied most of the southern part of this insula and had a masonry triclinium (l. medius, 4.90 m; l. imus and summus 4.50m), as well as a round table (1.00 m in diameter) and a square table (0.90m x 0.90m). Dat...