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Pompeii Regio IX(9) Insula 4

Plan of entrances 1 to 22

Most of IX.4 is the Terme Centrali or Central Baths

Pompeii Terme Centrali or Central Baths

Pompeiiinpictures plan of this Insula showing the entrances. 

Plan based on Viola, Gli Scavi di Pompei dal 1873 al 1878, in Ruggiero M, 1879. Pompei e la regione sotterrata nel Vesuvio nel anno LXXIX.

See also La Rocca, De Vos and De Vos, 1976. Guida Archeologica di Pompei. Mondadori Editore, p. 307-9.

Each entrance has a specific page on our site with information and photographs.

If your screen is large enough (more than 853px wide) press the entrance you want on the plan to see the pictures.

If you are on a smaller screen such as a phone or tablet you can use the links below to see the pictures.

 

Entrances

IX.4.1   Corner shop. Linked to IX.4.22

 

IX.4.2   Shop

 

IX.4.3   Shop

 

IX.4.4   Shop

 

IX.4.5   Central Baths or Terme Centrali.

Entrance from Via Stabia

 

IX.4.6   Shop

 

IX.4.7   Shop

 

IX.4.8   Shop

 

IX.4.9   Shop

 

IX.4.10 Central Baths or Terme Centrali.

Entrance on south side

 

IX.4.11 Entrance doorway, use unknown, linked to IX.4.12 and 13.

 

IX.4.12 Entrance doorway, use unknown, linked to IX.4.11 and 13.

 

IX.4.13 Entrance doorway, use unknown, linked to IX.4.11 and 12.

 

IX.4.14 Central Baths or Terme Centrali.

Steps to upper floor

 

IX.4.15 Central Baths or Terme Centrali.

Entrance to service area from Vicolo di Tesmo

 

IX.4.16 Central Baths or Terme Centrali.

Entrance to rear open space from Vicolo di Tesmo

 

IX.4.17 Shop or popina?

 

IX.4.18 Central Baths or Terme Centrali.

Main entrance from Via di Nola

 

IX.4.19 Shop

 

IX.4.20 Shop

 

IX.4.21 Shop

 

IX.4.22 Corner shop. Linked to IX.4.1

 

Central Baths or Terme Centrali

Key to plan areas

The photographs for rooms a to s inside of the baths will be found on the pages for IX.4.18

a:   IX.4.18 Main entrance to baths

from Via di Nola

b:   Small room

possibly used as a ticket office

c:   Small room

possibly for deposit of valuables,

looked after by a capsarius (clothes minder)

unnumbered:   Staircase to an upper floor on east side of rooms b and c

d:   Palaestra

e:   Latrine at the side of exit IX.4.10

f:    Changing room for palaestra

g:   Changing room for palaestra

h:   Long pool on east side of palaestra

i:    Large room, surrounded by small rooms,

vestibule or possibly apodyterium according to Mau

k:   Small room,

possibly specialist shop within baths

l:    Small room,

possibly specialist shop within baths

m:  Small room,

possibly specialist shop within baths

n:   Small room,

possibly specialist shop within baths

o:   Small room,

possibly specialist shop within baths

p:   Apodyterium

(according to La Rocca, De Vos and De Vos there was no frigidarium)

Frigidarium or cold bath (according to Mau)

q:   Tepidarium or warm room

r:    Laconicum or sweating room

s:   Caldarium or hot bath

t:    IX.4.15 Rear court or baths service area

with entrance from Vicolo di Tesmo

u:   IX.4.16 Rear open space

with entrance from Vicolo di Tesmo

v:   IX.4.14 Steps to upper floor

w:  IX.4.11    IX.4.12     IX.4.13

Room with three entrances (use unknown)

x:   IX.4.10 Secondary exit on south side

y:   IX.4.5 Entrance through palaestra

from Via Stabiana

 

This plan is to help you accurately locate the properties and rooms shown in the photographs of this insula. 

The room letters are those referred to on the pompeiiinpictures pages for the Terme Centrali or Central Baths. 

They are based on those used by Viola with additions by us (t to y) for clarity.

Please be aware that the plan may differ from other plans or records both published and unpublished. 

 

 

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