This study examines the spread, both geographical and
chronological, of domus -type buildings in Gaul, based primarily on
a catalogue and analysis of floor plans. The domus-type is defined
in the first instance from Vitruvius, and tow subdivisions based on
features of atrium and peristyle are identified. Houses of these
types are mapped, and comparisons for floor plans are drawn with
the evidence from Pompeii.
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