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This view shows the impluvium into which water fell through the compluvium, the opening in the
roof. Beyond was the tablinum, with the peristylium, a colonnaded garden at the back of the
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1.5 The Forum, Pompeii
1.5.1 Ground plan of the forum
1. Temple of Jupiter, Juno and Minerva N
2. Food Market 1
3. Temple of the Lares of Pompeii 4. Temple of the Emperors 5. Eumachia's Clothworkers' Guildhall 6.
Polling station 7. Municipal offices 10
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© A. Carter
This view shows the impluvium into which water fell through the compluvium, the opening in the
roof. Beyond was the tablinum, with the peristylium, a colonnaded garden at the back of the
house.
OCR 2005 Source Material
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1.5 The Forum, Pompeii
1.5.1 Ground plan of the forum
1. Temple of Jupiter, Juno and Minerva N
2. Food Market 1
3. Temple of the Lares of Pompeii 4. Temple of the Emperors 5. Eumachia's Clothworkers' Guildhall 6.
Polling station 7. Municipal offices 10
8. Basilica
Temple of Apollo…

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