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The house belonged to
a man of the middle/low class. The
owner of the residence, or at least its inhabitant, it remains
anonymous; even his profession or
type of activity that took place in his shop have not been elucidated,
despite the presence of a large number of bronze
instruments and an unusual bronze
table with Egyptian sphinx crouching at the base of support.
What remains of the perimeter wall
of the house is dated around the Third century B.C., but inside the
house you can imagine the presence of older structures, without any
precise data on their types and sizes.
The paintings on the walls are