A complete photographic plan of ancient Pompeii as it is today, produced by Jackie and Bob Dunn for those as enthusiastic about Pompeii as we are.


  The site has now expanded beyond just Pompeii, to encompass areas such as Herculaneum, Stabiae, Oplontis, Boscoreale, Boscotrecase, Gragnano, Scafati and surrounding areas.
  Clicking on the name on the bar for any of these options will open the bar and give access to the information and photos. Clicking again will close it.
  By default, as you would expect, the Pompeii bar is open first.


 May 2018 update.

  Jackie and Bob are pleased to announce the first update to HerculaneuminPictures, the companion site to our PompeiiinPictures offering.

  We have been overwhelmed with the reception that HerculaneuminPictures has been given by all of you and are pleased you have found it useful.

  Thanks to everyone who has sent us photos.

  We would particularly like to thank Nicolas Monteix for his many photographs and help that have considerably widened our coverage of Herculaneum.

  We would also like to thank Sera Baker for her many pictures that have also helped us expand coverage, particularly her underground photos of the Theatre, where access is impossible to come by these days.

  Our thanks to the Skulpturensammlung, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, for allowing us to use their photos of the Herculaneum Women taken by Ingrid Geske.

  The Herculaneum Women were the first significant finds at ancient Herculaneum in 1711. They are among the best preserved of all the sculptures found there, virtually intact. They probably once decorated the Theatre stage's impressive double-tiered façade but were removed by Prince D'Elboeuf and presented as a gift to Prince Eugene of Savoy in Vienna soon after. You can see these on the Theatre page.

  The Augusteum, the Basilica Noniana and the Theatre have had major makeovers as have many other pages.

  The theatre page now has a high resolution copy of the original 1739 Theatre plan by Alcubierre along with its full Spiega (Key or legend) in Italian which was published later.

  We have added new categories for Baths and Streets.

  The Augusteum, Basilica Noniana and the Casa dei rilievi dionisiaci now have links on the left of every page.

  There is a link to PompeiiinPictures which you can access from the left hand menu on every page.

  All this builds on our original photos and those of Michael Binns, Peter Woods and Buzz Ferebee that enabled us to build the site.

  We would also like to thank Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill for allowing us to use material from his book Herculaneum Past and Future. (Wallace-Hadrill, A. 2011. Herculaneum, Past and Future. London, Frances Lincoln.)

  So many houses in Herculaneum are closed and under restoration which means that our coverage is still limited in places.

  We look forward to expanding the coverage wherever the Parco Archeologico Ercolano allows access and whenever you can send us photos that fill gaps, add artefacts or enable comparisons over time to be made.

  Our Pompeii sites www.pompeiiinpictures.com and www.pompeiiinpictures.org continue to be available separately but the Herculaneum and Pompeii web sites are now linked so you can move between them, whenever you wish.


Pompeii Herculaneum Gate Sepolcri, Villa of Diomedes, Villa of Cicero, Villa of Mosaic Columns, Villa of Mysteries and Villa Regina Boscoreale    Click Here Pompeii Regio IX    Click Here Pompeii Regio VIII    Click Here Pompeii Regio VII    Click Here Pompeii Regio VI    Click Here Pompeii Regio V    Click Here Pompeii Regio IV    Click Here Pompeii Regio III    Click Here Pompeii Regio II    Click Here Pompeii Regio I  Click Here pompeii pompeji pompeya pompei plan

Use the pompeiiinpictures interactive map, buttons or links to view pictures of the excavations at Pompeii of every regio, insula, house, shop, villa, temple, baths, altar, fountain, gate, tomb or tower.

Please click on a Regio of the coloured plan to go to the next plan and to the photographs or click on one of the links below.

Regio:    I     II     III     IV    V     VI     VII     VIII     IX

Altare nelle strade Street Altars
Archi Arches
Terme   Baths
Fontane e acqua Fountains and water
Le Porte Gates
Mappe di Pompei Maps of Pompeii
Edifici pubblici Public Buildings
Vedute di ogni strada Street views
Templi a Pompei     Temples in Pompeii
Santuario extraurbano    Suburban Temples
  Localita Case Bottaro, Nettuno   Neptune
  Fondo Iozzino   Zeus Meilichios
    Demeter or Ceres
  Sant’Abbondio   Temple of Dionysus
  Mitreo di S. Maria Capua Vetere   S. M. Capua Vetere Mithraeum


Tombe     Tombs
  Tombs outside Pompeii gates   Pompeii Tombs
  Tombe Praetorian a Porta Nola   Praetorian Tombs
      1    2    3    4
  Tomba a cabina ENEL    Tomb of the Ancarsuleni
  Fondo Azzolini Necropolis    Fondo Azzolini
  Porta Sarno necropolis    Porta Sarno Tombs
  Tombe del Fondo Prelatura   Fondo Prelatura
  Fondo Prisco   Fondo Prisco Tomb
  Fondo Santilli    Fondo Santilli Tombs
  Fondo Squillante   Fondo Squillante Tombs


Torre                                          Towers

Ville Pompei Pompeii Villas
  Villa dei Misteri   Villa of the Mysteries
  Villa di Diomede   Villa of Diomedes
  Villa di Cicerone   Villa of Cicero
  Villa delle Colonne a Mosaico   Villa of the Mosaic Columns
  Villa Imperiale a Porta Marina   Imperial Villa Porta Marina
  Villa di T. Siminius Stephanus   Villa of T. Siminius Stephanus
  Villa del fondo Ippolito Zurlo   Villa in fondo Ippolito Zurlo


Pompei Guide turistiche Pompeii Tourist Guides
  Guida agli scavi di Pompei   Italiano 
  A Guide to the Pompeii
  Guía de las excavaciones
      de Pompeya
  Guide aux fouilles de Pompéi   Francais
  Führer durch die Ausgrabungen
       von Pompeji 
  Путеводитель по раскопкам
       города Помпеи  


  ポンペイ遺跡ガイド    Japanese
  龐貝指南    Chinese  
  دليل بومبيي        Arabic  
Ingresso al sito e Angolo sud-estEntrance and south-east corner
Insula IIInsula II
Insula IIIInsula III
Insula IVInsula IV
Insula VInsula V
Insula VIInsula VI
Insula VIIInsula VII
Insula Orientalis IInsula Orientalis I
Insula Orientalis IIInsula Orientalis II
Angolo sud-est, Terrazzo di Balbo, terme suburbani, area sacra, barchetti, scheletriSouth-east corner, Suburban Baths, Terrace of Balbus, sacred area, boatsheds with skeletons
Decumano Massimo Nord Decumanus Maximus North side
Villa dei Papiri, Struttura Monumentale, Casa dei rilievi dionisiaci, padiglione sul mareVilla of the Papyri, Monumental structure, Villa of the Dionysiac Reliefs, seaside pavilion
Mappe di Ercolano Maps of Herculaneum
Piccola guida agli scavi di Ercolano Italiano
Brief Guide to Herculaneum English 
Pequeña guía de Herculano Espanol 
Petit guide d'Herculanum Français 
Kurzer Leitfaden zur
Besichtigung von Herkulaneum
Villa Arianna Villa Arianna
Secondo Complesso
  o Villa Arianna B
Secondo Complesso
Villa San Marco San Marco
Stabiae's Archeological Excavations SAP Stabiae guide in English
Scavi archeologici di Stabiae Guida Stabiae SAP in Italiano
Località Carmiano, Villa A Villa Carmiano A
Località Carmiano, Villa B Villa Carmiano B
Carmiano, Masseria Buonodono Carmiano Masseria Buonodono
Villa Regina Villa Regina
Villa di P. Fannio Sinistore
o L. Herrenius Florus 
Villa of Publius Fannius Synistor or L Herrenius Florus
Villa del fondo Ippolito Zurlo Villa in fondo Ippolito Zurlo
Boscoreale Antiquarium Guide English Guide
Antiquarium di Boscoreale Guida Guida Italiano
Contrada Casavitelli, Fondo Bergamasco Villa on fondo Bergamasco at Casavitelli
Contrada Casavitelli, Localita Pescioni, proprieta L. Paduano     Villa in fondo Luigi Paduano, Casa Vitelli, localita Pescioni [post 79AD]
Via Cantinelle, proprieta Matrone Via Cantinelle, supposed Roman hotel in proprieta Matrone
Via Cinquevie, proprieta Panariello Forno romano, Via Cinquevie, proprieta Panariello
Casavitelli, proprieta De Martino Villa rustica a Casavitelli, proprieta De Martino
Villa di Poppea Villa Poppea
Villa of Lucius Crassius Tertius Lucius Crassius Tertius
Terme di Marco Crassi Frugi Baths of Marcus Crassus Frugi
The Oplontis Project www.oplontisproject.org
Plan of the excavations of Oplontis English/Italian plan
Piccola guida agli scavi di Oplonti Italiano
Brief Guide to Oplontis English
Pequeña guía de Oplontis Espanol
Petit guide d'Oplontis  Français
Kurzer Leitfaden zur
Besichtigung von Oplontis 
Villa rustica detta di Domitius Auctus Villa of Domitius Auctus
Villa rustica in Fondo Tommaso Aquino Villa rustica in fondo Aquino
Villa rustica in Fondo de Prisco, contrada Crapolla   Villa rustica in Fondo de Prisco, contrada Crapolla

Mitreo                                        Mithraeum

Storia ed eruzioni History and eruptions
Trasporto del Vesuvio Vesuvius Transport
Sul Vesuvio On Vesuvius
Viste del Vesuvio Views of Vesuvius
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z 
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U/V  X

Our grateful thanks to all who have helped us in this project, especially Pier Giovanni Guzzo and Antonio D'Ambrosio, Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Napoli e Pompei, for the necessary permits to visit the site and for permission to publish this web site. We would also like to thank the many Custodians who have taken us around and made good use of their bunches of keys.
We would like to thank the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut for allowing us to use their images, which remain their copyright.
Our thanks also to Prof. Dr. Reinhard Foertsch, Universitaet zu Koeln, Archaeologischen Institut, for his enthusiasm and help.
We would like to thank the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Röm and Dr. Thomas Fröhlich for their kind assistance in making the digitisation of the Warscher Codex volumes possible and Michael Binns for his time spent in Rome digitising the books.
This project would not have been possible without the personal help of Andrew Wallace-Hadrill and Maria Pia Malvezzi. To them we give our special thanks.
Special thanks are given to Mattia Buondonno for the many enjoyable hours spent with him, his friendship and his willingness to assist and help on many occasions during our visits.
A special thanks also to Raffaele Prisciandaro for his friendship, local knowledge, and the copy of his book “Studio sulle provenienze degli oggetti rinvenuti negli scavi borbonici del regno di Napoli. Una lettura integrata, coordinata e commentata della documentazione." A very interesting and valued book.
Thanks also to Michael Binns and Buzz Ferebee for their interest in our site and their photographs, input and help; to Rick Bauer for being our man in Pompeii and our specialist in old photographs, Drew Baker for his willingness to explore the site and provide many photographs new and old, and to Ralf Einhorn for permission to use the photographs his father took in Pompeii during the 1970s. Our thanks to the many others who have also provided material and photographs to help us document and photograph the city.
Our grateful thanks go to Clopper Almon and Henry Ferry for making available the Stanley A. Jashemski photographs from the Wilhelmina and Stanley A. Jashemski archive in the University of Maryland Library, Special Collections.
Our thanks to the American Academy in Rome, Photographic Archive for making their collections available for personal, educational and scholarly, non-commercial purposes.

La nostra sincera gratitudine a tutti coloro che ci hanno aiutati in questo progetto, in particolar modo ringraziamo a Pier Giovanni Guzzo e Antonio D'Ambrosio, Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Napoli e Pompei, per averci accordato i necessari permessi, e l'autorizzazione a pubblicare le immagini in questo sito web. Desideriamo inoltre ringraziare i molti custodi per la cortesia e sollecitudine con cui ci hanno accolti ed accompagnati nell'area archeologica.
Gradiremmo ringraziare il Deutsches Archäologisches Institut per permettere a noi di usare le loro immagini che rimangono il loro diritto d'autore.
Il nostro grazie anche a Prof. Dott. Reinhard Foertsch, lo zu di Universitaet Koeln, Archaeologischen Institut, per il suo entusiasmo ed aiuto.
Il nostro grazie anche a Dr. Thomas Fröhlich, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Röm, per il suo aiuto, per permettendo accesso ai libri ed analizzare attrezzatura.
Questo progetto non sarebbe stato possibile senza l'aiuto personale di Andrew Wallace-Hadrill e Maria Pia Malvezzi. Loro diamo i nostri ringraziamenti speciali.
Un particolare ringraziamento va al Mattia Buondonno per le molte gradevoli ore trascorse insieme, per la sua amicizia dimostrata e per la sua volontà nell’assisterci e nell’aiutarci in varie occasioni durante la nostra visita.
Anche un particolare ringraziamento al Raffaele Prisciandaro per la sua amicizia, per la conoscenza locale e copia del suo libro “Studio sulle provenienze degli oggetti rinvenuti negli scavi borbonici del regno di Napoli. Una lettura integrata, coordinata e commentata della documentazione" . Un libro molto interessante, e molto apprezzato.
Grazie anche al Michael Binns e Buzz Ferebee per il loro interesse relativo al nostro web e la loro fotografie, contributo ed aiuto; a Rick Bauer per essere il nostro uomo a Pompeii e il nostro specialista in antiche fotografie, e Drew Baker; i nostri ringraziamenti per la loro buona volontà per esplorare il luogo ed offrire molte fotografie nuovo e vecchio, aiutarci a documentare e fotografa la città; ed a Ralf Einhorn per il permesso di utilizzare le fotografie che suo padre ha preso a Pompei nel corso del 1970. I nostri grazie ai molti altri che hanno anche fornito il materiale e le fotografie per aiutarci a documentare e fotografare la città.
Si ringraziano vanno a Clopper Almon e Henry Ferry per rendere disponibili le fotografie di Stanley A. Jashemski dall'archivio Wilhelmina e Stanley A. Jashemski dell'Università del Maryland Biblioteca, collezioni speciali.
I nostri grazie alla American Academy in Rome, archivio fotografico per rendere le loro collezioni a disposizione per scopi personali, didattici e accademici, non commerciali.

Vielen Dank
Wir möchten dem Deutsches Archäologisches Institut danken, um uns zu erlauben, ihre Bilder zu gebrauchen, die ihr Urheberrecht bleiben. Unser Dank auch zu Prof. Dr Reinhard Foertsch, Universitaet zu Koeln, Archaeologischen Institut, für seine Begeisterung und Hilfe. Unser Dank auch zu Dr. Thomas Fröhlich, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Röm, für seine Hilfe, für Zugang zu den Warscher-Büchern und Abtastungsausrüstung.


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