Everyday life in the cities
3.1. Roman houses There were two types of houses in Roman cities: the domus and the insula. Domus were individual houses of wealthy families. The entrance was a vestibule that led to an interior patio (atrium). Other rooms were accessed through the atrium. The floors were decorated with mosaics and the walls were covered with frescos. Domus had running water and latrines connected to the sewerage system. Some domus had central heating. [...]
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