Antechamber of the cubiculum with alcove of the South main apartment

The myth of Eros and Pan

The south main apartments consist of several rooms connected by a semicircular portico, whose mosaic floor represents maritime scenes with fisherman cherubs .Located in the northern part of the quarter, the spaces are composed of two rooms.
The antechamber is used as a vestibule that leads into a more secluded room with an alcove.
The antechamber is characterised by the myth of the battle between Eros , and  Pan depicted in the mosaic floor. The god of love is depicted as a child, whereas Pan has a rough and wild appearance.

The Latifundium

The myth of Orpheus

The composition of the spaces

The layout of the rooms

A decoration that marks time

Date Clues

The Mansio of Sophiana

The public rooms of the Villa

A room dedicated to the sea

The room of the seasons

Pars Fructuaria e Pars Rustica

The Peristyle of the Villa

The Mansio, a stopping place

A large banquet hall

A dignified setting dedicated to the myth of Arion