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The House of Livia

The House of Livia is located on the Palatine Hill, Rome, and may have been the residence of Livia, the wife of Augustus. The two-storey house built around a central atrium contained detailed frescoes. The south wall of the tablinum forms the focus of this study.

Research by Martin Blazeby