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Pompeii Street View. Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. December 2005. Street altar on west corner of junction at IX.12.7.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. December 2005.

Street altar on west corner of junction at IX.12.7.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13 (behind metal fencing). September 2004.
Looking east from junction with Via dell’Abbondanza on North side.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13 (behind metal fencing). September 2004.

Looking east from junction with Via dell’Abbondanza on North side.

 

Unnamed vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. December 2006. Looking north from IX.12.8.

Unnamed vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. December 2006. Looking north from IX.12.8.

 

Unnamed vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. March 2009. Looking north.

Unnamed vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. March 2009. Looking north.

 

Unnamed vicolo between IX.13, on left, and IX.12. December 2006. Looking south to junction from end of the excavated area.

Unnamed vicolo between IX.13, on left, and IX.12. December 2006.

Looking south to junction with Via dell’Abbondanza, from end of the excavated area.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.13 and IX.12. May 2010. IX.13 on left. Looking south. IX.12 on right.
Photo courtesy of Rick Bauer.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.13 and IX.12. May 2010. IX.13 on left. Looking south. IX.12 on right.

Photo courtesy of Rick Bauer.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. IX.12 on left. Looking north. IX.13 on right.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. IX.12 on left. Looking north. IX.13 on right.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Exterior wall of IX.12.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Exterior wall of IX.12.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Exterior wall of IX.12.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Exterior wall of IX.12.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. West exterior wall of IX.13.
According to Giordano and Casale, found painted in red and faded, on 24th January 1972, along the external wall of the House of Julius Polybius at the beginning of the vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13, was the following painted inscription –
HABITVS HAC HODIE CVM YSSA SAL
See Atti della Accademia Pontaniana, vol. XXXIX, 1990 per articolo di Giordano, C & Casale, A: “Iscrizioni Pompeiane inedite scoperte tra gli anni 1954-1978” (p.284)

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. West exterior wall of IX.13.

According to Giordano and Casale, found painted in red and faded, on 24th January 1972, along the external wall of the House of Julius Polybius at the beginning of the vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13, was the following painted inscription –

HABITVS HAC HODIE CVM YSSA SAL

See Atti della Accademia Pontaniana, vol. XXXIX, 1990 per articolo di Giordano, C & Casale, A: “Iscrizioni Pompeiane inedite scoperte tra gli anni 1954-1978” (p.284)

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Drain outside IX.12.7.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Drain outside IX.12.7.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010.  Entrance to stables at IX.12.7.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010.  Entrance to stables at IX.12.7.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010.  Exterior wall of IX.12 with drain.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Exterior wall of IX.12 with drain.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010.  Exterior wall of IX.12 with drain.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010.  Exterior wall of IX.12 with drain.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010.  Exterior wall of IX.12 with drain.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Exterior wall of IX.12 with drain.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Excavation behind IX.13.1.  Looking east from unnamed vicolo.  
According to Cerulli Irelli, “A work of excavation had been followed to isolate the humidity from the two splendid rear rooms of the said house (i.e. of IX.13.1/3 Julius Polybius), and the rustic quarters of a house has appeared to the north of this last house and presented a small kitchen with cupboard (repositorium) in a notable state of conservation, and a vast lararium picture with several elements on the rear wall of an uncovered/open room: this seemed to be evidence of plebeian art not inferior to the lararium picture found in the actual house of Julius Polybius.”
See Cerulli Irelli, G: Cronache Pompeiane, 2, (II), 1976, Notizario, attivita archeologica. (p.241).

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Excavation behind IX.13.1.  Looking east from unnamed vicolo.

According to Cerulli Irelli,

“A work of excavation had been followed to isolate the humidity from the two splendid rear rooms of the said house (i.e. of IX.13.1/3 Julius Polybius), and the rustic quarters of a house has appeared to the north of this last house and presented a small kitchen with cupboard (repositorium) in a notable state of conservation, and a vast lararium picture with several elements on the rear wall of an uncovered/open room: this seemed to be evidence of plebeian art not inferior to the lararium picture found in the actual house of Julius Polybius.”

See Cerulli Irelli, G: Cronache Pompeiane, 2, (II), 1976, Notiziario, attività archeologica. (p.241).

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. 1997 drawing by M. Oliva of a lararium discovered in a garden to the north of IX.13.3.
A small niche, which contained a lamp, has a garland above and two serpents approaching, one from each side.
Two Lares are in the upper zone, one on each side.
Below the niche is the genius and two female figures.
Bottom at the right are Bacchus and Mercury.
Bottom at the left are two figures.
Two palm trees are also shown at the bottom.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. 1977 drawing by M. Oliva of a lararium discovered in a garden to the north of IX.13.3.

A small niche, which contained a lamp, has a garland above and two serpents approaching, one from each side.

Two Lares are in the upper zone, one on each side.

Below the niche is the genius and two female figures.

Bottom at the right are Bacchus and Mercury.

Bottom at the left are two figures.

Two palm trees are also shown at the bottom.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Exterior wall of IX.13 and pavement.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Exterior wall of IX.13 and pavement.

 

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Exterior wall of IX.13 and pavement.

Unnamed Vicolo between IX.12 and IX.13. May 2010. Exterior wall of IX.13 and pavement.

 

 

 

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