Domus Gaii Tullii Valeriani Germanici et Gaiae Valeriae Pulchrae Edit
This is the domus of Gaius Tullius Valerianus Germanicus and the Gaia Valeria Pulchra. A list of the rooms in the domus follows. Some of this description is still under construction.
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An altar is arranged neatly atop a bookcase as one enters the domus. On the wall behind the altar Gaia has painted a mural of the lares standing to either side of the genius of the gens Tullia Valeriana.
The culina, or kitchen, is mostly the domain of Valerianus' sponsa, Gaia Valeria Pulchra.
A small, modest triclinium, or "dining room," allows Valerianus to entertain guests for a convivium (dinner party) or comissatio (drinking party).
A well-appointed sessorium, or "sitting room," for entertaining guests and relaxation. Have a seat! If you want to visit Gaius Tullius Valerianus Germanicus, you may do so For more, see the RomanSpace of Gaius Valerianus Germanicus.
The ludorium, or game room, is a luxury Valerianus affords himself. It is a library or study containing various games (mostly Role Playing Games) and accessories such as tali (dice).
The sutorium, or "sewing room," is the private study of Valerianus' sponsa, Gaia Valeria Pulchra. Gaia also maintains a personal library here; you can look at her bookshelves here:
The bedroom shared by Valerianus and his sponsa, Gaia Valeria Pulchra.
The tablinum is the study and office of Gaius Valerianus Germanicus. As a teacher, his tablinum is especially full of scrolls and tablets. Some of his collection includes: