List of Figures

Figure 1: Bar counter at I.2.18, Pompeii.

Figure 2: Amid the jungle of vegetation are the remains of a bar counter at III.10.6, Pompeii.

Figure 3: The construction of the modern restaurant, just north of the forum, destroyed this bar at VII.5.14, Pompeii.

Figure 4: The mouths of various earthenware containers in the counter at VII.1.38-39, Pompeii.

Figure 5: Bar at VII.2.32-33, Pompeii (1-room bar; Sub-type 1). Note also how the counter is configured toward the intersection. Cf. figure 43, and discussion in section 7.2.

Figure 6: Bar at I.4.3, Pompeii (1-room bar attached to a house; Sub-type 1.H).

Figure 7: Bar at IX.1.6, Pompeii (2-room bar; Sub-type 2).

Figure 8: Bar at II.3.5, Pompeii (2-room bar attached to a house; Sub-type 2.H).

Figure 9: Bar at V.2.13, Pompeii (3-room bar; Sub-type 3).

Figure 10: Bar at V.2.19, Pompeii (large establishment; Sub-type 4).

Figure 11: Bar at I.2.29, Pompeii (Type A.1.H).

Figure 12: Bar at VII.9.54-55, Pompeii (Type B.3).

Figure 13: Bar at I.19.2, Pompeii (Type C).

Figure 14: The various sub-types of Type A bars, their frequencies and their average areas.

Figure 15: Bar at I.10.13, Pompeii.

Figure 16: Bar at I.3.21-22, Pompeii.

Figure 17: The counter at IX.7.24-25, Pompeii, probably operated in conjunction with the hearth in the adjacent courtyard.

Figure 18: Bar at I.2.7-8, Pompeii (Type A.2).

Figure 19: Bar at VI.17.2, Pompeii.

Figure 20: Bar at VI.17.3-4, Pompeii.

Figure 21: Percentages of 1-room Type A bars in Pompeii with and without access to a house.

Figure 22: Percentages of 2-room Type A bars in Pompeii with and without access to a house.

Figure 23: Bar at VII.2.15, Pompeii (Type A.2.H).

Figure 24: Bar at VII.3.23, Pompeii (Type A.2.H).

Figure 25: Bar at VI.15.15, Pompeii (Type A.2.H).

Figure 26: Difference in size between Types A.1 and A.1.H, and A.2 and A.2.H (in m²).

Figure 27: Percentages of Type A.3 bars with and without access to a neighbouring property.

Figure 28: Percentage of toilet facilities among Type A properties.

Figure 29: The toilet off Room d at I.11.10-11, Pompeii. Originally closed with a door, the mechanism for which is still clearly visible in the threshold.

Figure 30: Second toilet at I.11.10-11, Pompeii. This toilet is adjacent to the garden area, closed by a door.

Figure 31: Bar at I.11.10-11, Pompeii. Note the two toilets.

Figure 32: Number of rooms among Type A.4 bars and number of bars in each group.

Figure 33: Number of rooms among Type A.4 bars and the average area of the bar in each case (in m²).

Figure 34: Bar at I.7.13-14, Pompeii. Note the configuration of room d, which might have been used as the dining space.

Figure 35: This large window allowed the customers in Room f to look onto the garden (now filled with weeds!) at V.2.19, Pompeii.

Figure 36: This double-lararium (at top left of the photograph) overlooks the triclinium dining area at I.11.16, Pompeii.

Figure 37: Bar at IX.7.21-22, Pompeii.

Figure 38: Quantitites and average areas of Type B properties at Pompeii (with sub-types).

Figure 39: Wall painting of a bakery scene from the tablinum of VII.3.30, Pompeii. Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli (MANN) inv. no. 9071.

Figure 40: Wall painting of a shoe shop from Pompeii. Photograph courtesy of the Soprintendenza archeologica di Pompei.

Figure 41: Bar at I.6.8, Pompeii. Note the 'scarring' of an L-shaped counter in the ground from where a cement floor was poured against a wooden counter, since perished.

Figure 42: The distribution of bars at Pompeii.

Figure 43: Distribution of Type A bars at Pompeian street intersections.

Figure 44: The percentages of 1- and 2-room type A bars that occur at intersections in Pompeii.

Figure 45: VI.5.12 at Pompeii. Note that the bar was opened up in the room closest to the intersection. Note also the configuration of the counter to face towards the intersection.


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