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99. Villa San Marco, Stabiae.

 

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Room 3, west portico

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, 2010. Room 3, looking south along west portico. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, 2010. Room 3, looking south along west portico. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, June 2019. West portico 3, looking towards west wall at north end.  
Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, June 2019. West portico 3, looking towards west wall at north end. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, June 2019. West portico 3, looking towards west wall at south end.   
Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, June 2019. West portico 3, looking towards west wall at south end. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Portico 3, looking south along west wall.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Portico 3, looking south along west wall.

 

Castellammare di Stabia, Villa San Marco, July 2010. Room 3, looking south along west portico towards steps and doorway to room 8. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, July 2010.

Room 3, looking south along west portico towards steps and doorway to room 8. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

 

Original now in Naples Archaeological Museum. Part of inventory number 9501.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2019.

Room 3, west wall, medallion re-inserted into the wall of the portico. Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.

Original now in Naples Archaeological Museum. Part of inventory number 9501.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2016. Room 3, west wall, medallion re-inserted into the wall of the portico.
Original now in Naples Archaeological Museum. Part of inventory number 9501.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2016. Room 3, west wall, medallion re-inserted into the wall of the portico.

Original now in Naples Archaeological Museum. Part of inventory number 9501.

 

MANN 9501

The four medallions of this series [9501] painted on added mortar are less readable than the previous ones [9408, 9409, 9511]; moreover they were not engraved in the Pd'E.

However, what remains testifies to a distinctly different composition and execution.

The first medallion only retains the traces of two figures located on the left on a height, who seem to witness the fall of a third.

Three fishermen pulling a net occupy the foreground of the second medallion, which also shows a building built on an arcaded base and represented at an angle: above a colonnade stands a narrower storey.

From the third medallion can be read only one figure, it seems schematic, located in the foreground in front of a barely discernible porta sacra (?); in the distance, we can perhaps make out the outline of a mountain.

The fourth medallion shows a pier with arcades at the edge of which is a fisherman with two long poles; behind him, several rectangular buildings stand out and seem to surround, at the rear, an arm of the sea.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, Room 3, west wall, medallion from the wall of the portico.
Original one of four parts now in Naples Archaeological Museum, as inventory number 9501.
DAIR Repro_609728. Photo © Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abteilung Rom, Arkiv. 
This medallion only retains the traces of two figures located on the left on a height, who seem to witness the fall of a third.
See Barbet A. (a cura di), 1999. La Villa San Marco di Stabia. Roma, L’Erma di Bretschneider, p. 207.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, Room 3, west wall, medallion from the wall of the portico.

Original is one of four parts now in Naples Archaeological Museum, as inventory number 9501.

DAIR Repro_609728. Photo © Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abteilung Rom, Arkiv.

This medallion only retains the traces of two figures located on the left on a height, who seem to witness the fall of a third.

See Barbet A. (a cura di), 1999. La Villa San Marco di Stabia. Roma, L’Erma di Bretschneider, p. 207.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, Room 3, west wall, medallion from the wall of the portico.
Original is one of four parts now in Naples Archaeological Museum, as inventory number 9501.
DAIR Repro_609729. Photo © Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abteilung Rom, Arkiv. 
Three fishermen pulling a net occupy the foreground of the medallion, which also shows a building built on an arcaded base and represented at an angle.
Above a colonnade there is a narrower storey.
See Barbet A. (a cura di), 1999. La Villa San Marco di Stabia. Roma, L’Erma di Bretschneider, p. 207.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, Room 3, west wall, medallion from the wall of the portico.

Original is one of four parts now in Naples Archaeological Museum, as inventory number 9501.

DAIR Repro_609729. Photo © Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abteilung Rom, Arkiv.

Three fishermen pulling a net occupy the foreground of the medallion, which also shows a building built on an arcaded base and represented at an angle.

Above a colonnade there is a narrower storey.

See Barbet A. (a cura di), 1999. La Villa San Marco di Stabia. Roma, L’Erma di Bretschneider, p. 207.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, Room 3, west wall, medallion from the wall of the portico.
Original one of four parts now in Naples Archaeological Museum, as inventory number 9501.
DAIR Repro_609730. Photo © Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abteilung Rom, Arkiv. 
From this medallion can be read only one figure, it seems schematic, located in the foreground in front of a barely discernible porta sacra (?).
In the distance, we can perhaps make out the outline of a mountain.
See Barbet A. (a cura di), 1999. La Villa San Marco di Stabia. Roma, L’Erma di Bretschneider, p. 207.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, Room 3, west wall, medallion from the wall of the portico.

Original is one of four parts now in Naples Archaeological Museum, as inventory number 9501.

DAIR Repro_609730. Photo © Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abteilung Rom, Arkiv.

From this medallion can be read only one figure, it seems schematic, located in the foreground in front of a barely discernible porta sacra (?).

In the distance, we can perhaps make out the outline of a mountain.

See Barbet A. (a cura di), 1999. La Villa San Marco di Stabia. Roma, L’Erma di Bretschneider, p. 207.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, Room 3, west wall, medallion from the wall of the portico.
Original one of four parts now in Naples Archaeological Museum, as inventory number 9501.
DAIR Repro_609731. Photo © Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abteilung Rom, Arkiv. 
This medallion shows a pier with arcades at the edge of which is a fisherman with two long poles; behind him, several rectangular buildings stand out and seem to surround, at the rear, an arm of the sea.
See Barbet A. (a cura di), 1999. La Villa San Marco di Stabia. Roma, L’Erma di Bretschneider, p. 207.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, Room 3, west wall, medallion from the wall of the portico.

Original is one of four parts now in Naples Archaeological Museum, as inventory number 9501.

DAIR Repro_609731. Photo © Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abteilung Rom, Arkiv.

This medallion shows a pier with arcades at the edge of which is a fisherman with two long poles; behind him, several rectangular buildings stand out and seem to surround, at the rear, an arm of the sea.

See Barbet A. (a cura di), 1999. La Villa San Marco di Stabia. Roma, L’Erma di Bretschneider, p. 207.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, 2010. Room 3, west portico, south-west wall, at the end near the ramp 4. 
Graffiti of two gladiators helmets with visors. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.
See Barbet A. (a cura di), 1999. La Villa San Marco di Stabia: Testa. Roma, L’Erma di Bretschneider, no. 84, p. 358, fig. 734.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, 2010. Room 3, west portico, south-west wall, at the end near the ramp 4.

Graffiti of two gladiators’ helmets with visors. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

See Barbet A. (a cura di), 1999. La Villa San Marco di Stabia: Testa. Roma, L’Erma di Bretschneider, no. 84, p. 358, fig. 734.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, painted panel on west portico wall.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, painted panel on west portico wall.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, painted panel on west wall of portico.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, painted panel on west wall of portico.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2019. Room 3, detail of painted panel on west wall of portico.
Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.
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Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2019.

Room 3, detail of painted panel on west wall of portico. Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, detail of west wall and zoccolo.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, 2010. Room 3, looking north-west along west wall of west portico.
Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, 2010. Room 3, looking north-west along west wall of west portico. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

 

Castellammare di Stabia, Villa San Marco, July 2010. Room 3, looking north-west along west wall of west portico. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, July 2010. West portico 3, looking north-west along west wall of west portico. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2019. Room 3, south-west corner of portico, looking towards steps and doorway to room 8. 
Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2019.

Room 3, south-west corner of portico, looking towards steps and doorway to room 8. Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, south-west corner of portico.  On the left are the steps to the doorway to room 8.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Room 3, south-west corner of portico.

On the left are the steps to the doorway to room 8.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2019. Room 3, upper west wall in south-west corner of portico. Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2019. Room 3, upper west wall in south-west corner of portico. Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Garden area 9. Looking north along west portico 3.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Garden area 9. Looking north along west portico 3.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold at southern end of west portico 3, number 1 of 11.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold at southern end of west portico 3, number 1 of 11.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 2 of 11.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 2 of 11.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 3 of 11.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 3 of 11.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 4 of 11.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 4 of 11.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 5 of 11.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 5 of 11.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 6 of 11.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 6 of 11.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 7 of 11.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 7 of 11.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 8 of 11

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 8 of 11.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 9 of 11.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 9 of 11.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 10 of 11.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, number 10 of 11.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, in north-west corner next to north portico 5.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, September 2015. Mosaic threshold between columns of west portico 3, in north-west corner next to north portico 5.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, July 2010. 
Looking west along room 5, the north portico to west portico 3, from south end of the pool. 
Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, July 2010.

Looking west along room 5, the north portico leading to west portico 3, from south end of oecus 16. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, June 2019. Looking west at doorway threshold to north portico 5, from south end of pool. 
Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, June 2019.

Looking west at doorway threshold to north portico 5, from south end of oecus 16. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, June 2019. Looking west at north end of doorway threshold to north portico 5, from end of pool. 
Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, June 2019. Looking west at north end of doorway threshold to north portico 5. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee

 

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, June 2019. North portico 5, west side, mosaic threshold between columns. 
Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee

Villa San Marco, Stabiae, June 2019. North portico 5, west side, mosaic threshold between columns. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee

 

 

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