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Villa Poppea




The Villa Poppea in Oplontis was buried in ashes at the same time Pompeii and Herculaneum were. It is one of the most beautiful examples of large villas. It is thought to have been dwelled by the empress Poppea, Nero's wife.

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Painting

Painting of a fountain
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Painting

Painting of a fountain with Cupido
Views: 834



Wallpainting

Wallpainting of a fountain
Views: 626



Guest

Guest room in the villa
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Guest

Guest room in the villa
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Sanctuary'

Sanctuary
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Swimming

Swimming pool
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Swimming

Swimming pool
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Water

Water system of the villa
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Refined

Refined painting of an eating bird
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Detail

Detail of a painting of a mask
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Painting

Painting of a panther
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Painting

Painting of a mask
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Painting

Painting of a bird
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Painting

Painting of a deer
Views: 725



Painting

Painting of an eating bird
Views: 853



Large

Large peristylum
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Cubiculum'

Cubiculum
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Painting

Painting of a flamingo
Views: 714



Party

Party room
Views: 1103



Portico'

Portico
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Atrium

Atrium figures in a wallpainting
Views: 1299



Party

Party room
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Party

Party room
Views: 1010



Atrium'

Atrium
Views: 1270



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