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Roman Domestic Art


As a site for social, religious, personal, and civic activities, the house stood at the center of ancient Roman daily life. The art, decor, and objects made for and used in Roman residences point to a broad range of social interactions. While art and objects from the domestic realm often cannot be traced to named individuals or specific events, they can provide clues to the daily life and social practices that formed the fabric of Roman culture.

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Roman Domestic Art

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