i-6 200 0986 dRegio I, Insula 6 I-6 M 280

Length of block – 58.49 m
West side street – Vicolo del Citarista (3.78 m wide)
East side street – Vicolo di Paquius Proculus (2.53 m wide)


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Doorway Excavation Date(s)   [1]
Function   [2]
Name   [2]
I, 6, 12 1912, 1926-27 Shop - Iron or bronze dealer
Workshop - blacksmith
Shop of Iunianus, Veteran
House of the Falconer
I, 6, 11 1912, 1926-27 Atrium House House of P. Casca Longus
House of Calavii, St. and Crescens and of Calavia Optata
House of the Theatrical Paintings
House of Canachu's Apollo
I, 6, 10 1912, 1926-27 Workshop - cabinetmaker (and sale of wooden products) None
I, 6, 9 1912, 1926-27 House Apartment of Calavia Optata
I, 6, 8 1912, 1926-27 Shop - food (?) Shop of Specula?
I, 6, 7 1912 Fullery Fullery of Stephanus
I, 6, 6 1912 Stairway to upper storey apartment Room of Ingenuus
House of Ingenuus
I, 6, 5 1912 Shop - food
Apartment of Ingenuus
I, 6, 4 1913, 1929 Atrium House House of the Shrine of Achilles
House of the Shrine of Troy
House of the Salon of the Elephants
House of T. Lucretius
The Homeric House
House of the Criptoporticus
I, 6, 3 1911 Workshop - coppersmith, bronzesmith or blacksmith Workshop and repair shop of the coppersmith, blacksmith? Verus
Workshop of Vero the surveyor
I, 6, 2 1911-1929 Atrium House House of T. Lucretius Carus
Domus of the Poet-philosopher T. Lucretius Carus
House of the Criptoporticus
House of Marcellus
House of C. Valerius Rufus
The Homeric House
I, 6, 1 1913 Shop and workshop - equipment and tools Shop and workshop of Tyrsus, blacksmith, equipment and tool fabrication

[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.