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Roman couch and footstool with bone carvings and glass inlays, century A.D, wood, bone, glass

Reconstruction of a Roman bed in the Domus Pompeiana exhibition

Reconstruction of a Roman bed in the Domus Pompeiana exhibition

Roman couch . These pieces of furniture come from the imperial villa of Lucius Verus (co-emperor, A.D. 161-169) on the Via Cassia outside Rome. On the couch legs are friezes of huntsmen, horses and hounds flanking Ganymede. On the sides of the bed frame, the lion protomes (animal head adornments) have eyes inlaid with glass. On the footstool are scenes of winged cupids and leopards. Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC

These pieces of furniture come from the imperial villa of Lucius Verus (co-emperor, A. on the Via Cassia outside Rome. On the couch legs are friezes of huntsmen, horses and.

(Chapter 5): A Lectus Adversus is a Roman style bed usually found in the atrium of a home with steps next to it. Another name for this type of bed was the "bridal bed".

Beds through the ages

(Chapter A Lectus Adversus is a Roman style bed usually found in the atrium of a home with steps next to it. Another name for this type of bed was the "bridal bed".

Roman chairs and stools

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

Ancient Roman Furniture sketches (table, stool, bed)

The Roman National Art was developed largely under the guidance of Greek teachers and, consequently, has many similar features, but their work in the Classic

On this example, bronze fittings decorate a wood frame (restored). Straps originally would have supported a mattress covered with luxurious textiles. The ends of the couch are decorated with bronze fulcra, the curving ends of the armrests, which terminate in lion heads in the front and duck heads in the back.

Roman - Banquet Couch - Walters 542365 - Ancient furniture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

History of furniture takes us to ancient Egypt today, where this chairs were made with gold. Quite expensive for today, but we can offer you chairs that will make you an Egyptian Pharaoh.

Roman couch and footstool with bone carvings and glass inlays Roman 1st century CE possibly from the villa of co-emperor Lucius Verus 161-169 CE (2)

Roman couch and footstool with bone carvings and glass inlays Roman century CE possibly from the villa of co-emperor Lucius Verus CE [Mary Harrsch - Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art ]

Casa del Mueble Carbonizados - AD79eruption

House of the Carbonised Furniture. Carbonized remains of a dining couch - AD 79 eruption

Roman bed - Pompeii Exhibit @Natural History Museum, Singapore     Roman bed | by Amsk

The most common type of Roman bed took the form of a three-sided, open rectangular box, with the fourth side of the bed open for access.

Roman couch and footstool with bone carvings and glass inlays Roman 1st century CE possibly from the villa of co-emperor Lucius Verus 161-169 CE (1)

Roman couch and footstool with bone carvings and glass inlays Roman century CE possibly from the villa of co-emperor Lucius Verus CE [Mary Harrsch - Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art ]

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