Brasero decorado  Museo Arqueologico de Napoles

Discover Gabinetto Segreto in Naples, Italy: The once forbidden "secret cabinet" of erotic art from excavations of Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Columns from Pompeii - Naples, Archaeological Museum - The Glass Mosaics at Pompeii and Herculaneum (79 AD)

Mosaic columns from Pompeii - Naples, Archaeological Museum . The Glass Mosaics at Pompeii and Herculaneum.

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Marine Life Mosaic from House VIII Pompeii demonstrating the vermiculatum technique Roman century BCE

Bronze Oil-Lamp from Pompeii (79 AD) - Naples, Archaeological Museum - Lighting in Antiquity | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

Bronze Oil-Lamp from Pompeii AD) - Naples, Archaeological Museum - Lighting in Antiquity

Armario en madera,encontrado en Pompeya en la casa de Menandro

The lalarium represented the sanctuary of a Roman house was dedicated to the gods of that house.

Roman lamp with handle depicting a horse's head 1st century BCE-1st century CE Bronze

Roman lamp with handle depicting a horse's head, century century CE, bronze, Gift of Varya and Hans Cohn Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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Reconstruction of an Ancient Roman Library, Roma, Italy

Reconstruction after the library at the Villa Hadriana. (Museo della Civilta Romana) Museum of Roman Civilization, Rome, Italy

Ancient boiler from Pompeii,the partially-buried Roman settlement near Naples in southern Italy.

Roman Empire Arhitecture - Ancient boilers from Pompeii, the partially-buried Roman settlement near Naples in southern Italy.

Cut away of Roman baths, highlighting the Hypocaust system. The floors were raised with stacks of tiles in order to allow heat from the furnace to warm the space above without smoke or soot.

Showing the typical hypocaust system underneath the bath, allowing it to heat up. Slaves are visible (bottom left) keeping the fire going.

The Roman word for phallus was fascinum. It was the ultimate symbol of power, luck, and fertility. A large penis symbolized everything positive. Shops and brothels hung images of them on their walls for good luck, accompanied by the words, "Here lies happiness." They believed that the male member was the source of life. Bas relief from Pompeii, Hic Habitat Felicitas

The Roman word for phallus was fascinum. It was the ultimate symbol of power, luck, and fertility. Inscription "Here dwells Happiness"

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