i-7 200 0984 2 dRegio I, Insula 7 I-7 M 280

Length of block – 41.35 m
West side street – Vicolo di Paquius Proculus (2.53 m wide)
East side street – Vicolo dell'Efebo (3.56 m wide)


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Doorway Excavation Date(s)   [1]
Function   [2]
Name   [2]
I, 7, 1 1868, 1911, 1923 Atrium House House of P. Paquius Proculus
House of C. Cuspius Pansa
I, 7, 2 1911, 1923 Workshop - cobbler
Stairway to upper story
I, 7, 3 1911, 1923 Atrium House House of M. Fabius Amandio
House of P. Cornelius Corinthus
I, 7, 4 1868, 1911, 1927 Workshop - pottery Potter's workshop of Corinthus, slave of P. Cornelius (?)
I, 7, 5 1868, 1912, 1923 House (with workshop?) House of Philippus, with workshop of a carpenter (?)
I, 7, 6 1912, 1927 Shop with apartment Shop of Primilla with apartment
I, 7, 7 1912, 1924 Atrium House
Workshop in upper story (?) - carpenter or a maker of wooden writing tablets
House of the Priest Amandus
House of the fresco painting of Spartacus
House of Philippus (?)
I, 7, 8 1912 Eating and drinking establishment or inn or tavern None

[1] Excavation dates have been transcribed from Gebäudeverzeichnis und Stadtplan der antiken Stadt POMPEJI by Liselotte Eschebach and Jürgen Müller-Trollius (Köln: Böhlau Verlag, 1993).

[2] The functions and names of the individual buildings are taken from a Catalogue of the Names of the Structures Along Via dell’Abbondanza, which was compiled by the authors.  This information was obtained from seven authorities on Pompeii that are described in the Names Catalogue section of this website.  The original source material for this insula can be found in the table entitled Names - South Side.  Similar entries  have been condensed or combined and Italian, Latin and German terms have been translated into English.