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of Paquius Proculus
house is generally attributed to the baker (pistor)
Paquius Proculus, who became a
mayor of Pompeii. According to widespread electoral propaganda, he was
the most influential citizen in this quarter of the city. The floor is
a carpet of mosaic; the entrance section portrays a dog tied to a leaf
of the door, while the floor mosaics in the atrium aredivided into panels portraying different animals. The courtly
rooms and lodgings openon
to the garden in the back. The skeletons of seven young boys were found
in the exedra.