Arbeia Roman fort: The Commander’s house

Posted: August 21, 2015 in History, Roman History, UK
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Commander's house

Commander’s house

There is also a reconstruction of a commanding officers house dating from the third century. It is built in the Mediterranean style and reflects the status of the commanding officer.

Plan of Commander's house

Plan of Commander’s house

Living Room

Living Room

Summer Dining Room

Summer Dining Room

Courtyard

Courtyard

Bedroom

Bedroom

Commander's office

Commander’s office

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