Pompeii, Its Life and Art
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Pompeii, Its Life and Art

By August Mau
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Table of Contents
  • POMPEII ITS LIFE AND ART
  • PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION
  • PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
  • CONTENTS
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • INTRODUCTION
    • CHAPTER I THE SITUATION OF POMPEII
    • CHAPTER II BEFORE 79
    • CHAPTER III THE CITY OVERWHELMED
    • CHAPTER IV THE UNEARTHING OF THE CITY
    • NOTES TO PLAN I
    • CHAPTER V A BIRD'S-EYE VIEW
    • CHAPTER VI BUILDING MATERIALS, CONSTRUCTION, AND ARCHITECTURAL PERIODS
  • PART I PUBLIC PLACES AND BUILDINGS
    • CHAPTER VII THE FORUM
    • CHAPTER VIII GENERAL VIEW OF THE BUILDINGS ABOUT THE FORUM—THE TEMPLE OF JUPITER
    • CHAPTER IX THE BASILICA
    • CHAPTER X THE TEMPLE OF APOLLO
    • CHAPTER XI THE BUILDINGS AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE FORUM, AND THE TABLE OF STANDARD MEASURES
    • CHAPTER XII THE MACELLUM
    • CHAPTER XIII THE SANCTUARY OF THE CITY LARES
    • CHAPTER XIV THE TEMPLE OF VESPASIAN
    • CHAPTER XV THE BUILDING OF EUMACHIA
    • CHAPTER XVI THE COMITIUM
    • CHAPTER XVII THE MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS
    • CHAPTER XVIII THE TEMPLE OF VENUS POMPEIANA
    • CHAPTER XIX THE TEMPLE OF FORTUNA AUGUSTA
    • CHAPTER XX GENERAL VIEW OF THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS NEAR THE STABIAN GATE—THE FORUM TRIANGULARE AND THE DORIC TEMPLE
    • CHAPTER XXI THE LARGE THEATRE
    • CHAPTER XXII THE SMALL THEATRE
    • CHAPTER XXIII THE THEATRE COLONNADE, USED AS BARRACKS FOR GLADIATORS
    • CHAPTER XXIV THE PALAESTRA
    • CHAPTER XXV THE TEMPLE OF ISIS
    • CHAPTER XXVI THE TEMPLE OF ZEUS MILICHIUS
    • CHAPTER XXVII THE BATHS AT POMPEII.—THE STABIAN BATHS
    • CHAPTER XXVIII THE BATHS NEAR THE FORUM
    • CHAPTER XXIX THE CENTRAL BATHS
    • CHAPTER XXX THE AMPHITHEATRE
    • CHAPTER XXXI STREETS, WATER SYSTEM, AND WAYSIDE SHRINES
    • CHAPTER XXXII THE DEFENCES OF THE CITY
  • PART II THE HOUSES
    • CHAPTER XXXIII THE POMPEIAN HOUSE
      • I. Vestibule, Fauces, and Front Door
      • II. The Atrium
      • III. The Tablinum
      • IV. The Alae
      • V. The Rooms about the Atrium. The Andron
      • VI. Garden, Peristyle, and Rooms about the Peristyle
      • VII. Sleeping Rooms
      • VIII. Dining Rooms
      • IX. The Kitchen, the Bath, and the Storerooms
      • X. The Shrine of the Household Gods
      • XI. Second Story Rooms
      • XII. The Shops
      • XIII. Walls, Floors, and Windows
    • I. Vestibule, Fauces, and Front Door
    • II. The Atrium
    • III. The Tablinum
    • IV. The Alae
    • V. The Rooms about the Atrium. The Andron
    • VI. Garden, Peristyle, and Rooms about the Peristyle
    • VII. Sleeping Rooms
    • VIII. Dining Rooms
    • IX. The Kitchen, the Bath, and the Storerooms
    • X. The Shrine of the Household Gods
    • XI. Second Story Rooms
    • XII. The Shops
    • XIII. Walls, Floors, and Windows
    • CHAPTER XXXIV THE HOUSE OF THE SURGEON
    • CHAPTER XXXV THE HOUSE OF SALLUST
    • CHAPTER XXXVI THE HOUSE OF THE FAUN
    • CHAPTER 310VII A HOUSE NEAR THE PORTA MARINA
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII THE HOUSE OF THE SILVER WEDDING
    • CHAPTER XXXIX THE HOUSE OF EPIDIUS RUFUS
    • CHAPTER XL THE HOUSE OF THE TRAGIC POET
    • CHAPTER XLI THE HOUSE OF THE VETTII
    • CHAPTER XLII THREE HOUSES OF UNUSUAL PLAN
      • I. The House of Acceptus and Euhodia
      • II. A House without a Compluvium
      • III. The House of the Emperor Joseph II
    • I. The House of Acceptus and Euhodia
    • II. A House without a Compluvium
    • III. The House of the Emperor Joseph II
    • CHAPTER XLIII OTHER NOTEWORTHY HOUSES
    • CHAPTER XLIV ROMAN VILLAS.—THE VILLA OF DIOMEDES
    • CHAPTER XLV THE VILLA RUSTICA AT BOSCOREALE
    • CHAPTER XLVI HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
  • PART III TRADES AND OCCUPATIONS
    • CHAPTER XLVII THE TRADES AT POMPEII.—THE BAKERS
    • CHAPTER XLVIII THE FULLERS AND THE TANNERS
    • CHAPTER XLIX INNS AND WINESHOPS
  • PART IV THE TOMBS
    • CHAPTER L POMPEIAN BURIAL PLACES.—THE STREET OF TOMBS
    • CHAPTER LI BURIAL PLACES NEAR THE NOLA, STABIAN, AND NOCERA GATES
  • PART V POMPEIAN ART
    • CHAPTER LII ARCHITECTURE
    • CHAPTER LIII SCULPTURE
    • CHAPTER LIV PAINTING.—WALL DECORATION
    • CHAPTER LV THE PAINTINGS
  • PART VI THE INSCRIPTIONS OF POMPEII
    • CHAPTER LVI IMPORTANCE OF THE INSCRIPTIONS.—MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS AND PUBLIC NOTICES
    • CHAPTER LVII THE GRAFFITI
    • CHAPTER LVIII INSCRIPTIONS RELATING TO BUSINESS AFFAIRS
  • CONCLUSION
    • CHAPTER LIX SIGNIFICANCE OF THE POMPEIAN CULTURE
  • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL APPENDIX[4]
  • INDEX
  • FOOTNOTES
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