Xystus and rooms of the ovoid Portico

The room of the Grape-Harvesting cherubs

In another room in the quarter, the mosaic floor depicts some winged cherubs , adorned with jewels and armlets , intent on picking grapes in the middle of vine shoots.
The ornament is presented like embroidery that embellishes the whole scene, where we can see a figure of an old man inside a medallion.
The whole scene describes the technique of vine cultivation undoubtedly present in the latifundium surrounding the Villa. The figure enclosed in the medallion is portrayed with white-hair surrounded by a vine shoot, and a long beard.
The typology of the representation can be traced back to the depiction of Silenus , the tutor of Dionysus , or of Autumn.

The Peristyle of the Villa

The composition of the spaces

The Latifundium

The room of the seasons

Pars Fructuaria e Pars Rustica

A decoration that marks time

A large banquet hall

A dignified setting dedicated to the myth of Arion

The public rooms of the Villa

Date Clues

The myth of Orpheus

A room dedicated to the sea

The Mansio, a stopping place

The layout of the rooms

The Mansio of Sophiana