In some of the Pompeian houses the lararium was represented by a niche only, containing the image of the lar.
She crossed the room and passed behind the bronze Pompeian Antinous.
But the Campanian city played an unimportant part in contemporary history; the name of not a single great Pompeian is recorded.
Can he be Pompeian, and despise wealth, even if blind to beauty?'
The Pompeian inns were doubtless fair representatives of their class in the different Roman cities.
Such is the inscription which a Pompeian placed in the mosaic floor of his house.
A wealthy Pompeian sometimes had more than one of these chests.
A thrifty Pompeian certainly did not lack opportunity to acquire wealth.
I write this very early on the 27th, on my road to my Pompeian house.
In this period, we may truly say that Pompeian architecture was at its best.