homesite map
The Homesite Map of Senex Caecilius

 

This map was updated September 1, 2017.

 

 

To facilitate teachers, students, or other visitors who do not have time to explore my homesite at leisure, here is a map of this site to help in locating items of interest.

The pages are arranged in a hierarchy of five levels: top (boldface), second (•), third (*), fourth (°), and fifth (=). Each top level page is linked to every top level page. Any second, third, fourth, or fifth level page is linked to its source page, but not necessarily with others.

Vicus: introduction to the location of the domus
  • map of homesite: <
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  • month of the year: information about the festivals held during the current month
  • news report: summary of past construction and future projects at the domus
  • glossary: list of Latin words and phrases for visitors to ancient Rome
  • guestbook: register for visitors to the domus to view or sign

Ianua: front door of the domus, introduction of Genuflex, and a counter for visitors

Fauces: description of the vestibulum, or entryway of the domus

Atrium: description of the main public room of the domus

Library: bibliotheca for storing my scrolls and tablets

Tablinum: private study of the paterfamilias; quotations by Æschylus and Seneca

Kitchen: description of the culina and its equipment, introduction of Véronique, links to sites (5) on basic meals and the food industry

Triclinium: description of the dining room, information on furnishings and etiquette, and links to sites (5) on meals and recipes

Lavatory: description of the latrina, information on aqueducts and sewers, and a link to a site on sanitation and health in ancient Rome

Cubiculum: description of the bedroom and links to sites (6) on clothing, footwear, and adornment plus erotic art in ancient Rome

Taberna: description of the shop for rent and a short quiz matching items for sale (English) with their vendors (Latin)

Viridarium: pleasure garden seen by day, a riddle, music (3 midi files), and an index to some poetry
  • index: subjects in the double-dactyl archives from the Tenth Muse
  • Viridarium: pleasure garden seen by night, a riddle, and music (3 midi files)

Museum: origin of museums and links to modern museums (4) with collections of antiquities
  • Egyptian papyrus and links to sites (6) on ancient writing
  • Cycladic figurine and links to sites (3) on Cycladic art
  • Roman coin and links to sites (8) on Greek and Roman coins and their moneyers
  • Roman bust and links to sites (5) on Greek and Roman statuary
  • Egyptian ushabti and scarabs and links to sites (6) on Egyptian artifacts
  • Corinthian vase and links to sites (5) on Greek painting and pottery

Mausoleum: description of the columbarium-type tomb and links to sites (4) on funerary artifacts, Hadrian's tomb, and catacombs

Tabularium: description of the records office and links to addresses (18), utilities (13), and oddments (14) of my personal interest and use

Odeum: description of the stage and links to sites (10) on Greek and Roman drama, dance, and music

Scriptorium: description of the writing room and links to sites (4) on manuscripts and illumination
  • Senex's story: biography and links to sites (3) on Etruria
  • Genuflex's story: biography and links to sites (3) on Macedonia
  • Véronique's story: biography and links to sites (3) on Provincia
  • Poetry page: definitions and links to sites (3) on classical poetry
     * ae freslighe: description of the form and examples
     * ballad: description of the form and examples
     * ballade: description of the form and examples
     * binary tree: description of the form and examples
     * blank verse: description of the form and examples
     * Breton lai : description of the form and examples
     * calavera: description of the form and examples
     * cento: description of the form and examples
     * chastushka: description of the form and examples
     * cinquain: description of the form and examples
     * clogyrnach: description of the form and examples
     * clue-line: description of the form and examples
     * conachlonn: description of the form and examples
     * cuaderna vía: description of the form and examples
     * cyrch a chwta: description of the form and examples
     * diamante: description of the form and examples
     * double-dactyl: description of the form and examples
         ° index: verses from the double-dactyl thread at The Tenth Muse
     * englyn cyrch: description of the form and examples
     * ghazal: description of the form and examples
     * haiku: description of the form and examples
     * juéjù: description of the form and examples
     * lai: description of the form and examples
     * lanturne: description of the form and examples
     * lausavisa: description of the form and examples
     * limerick: description of the form and examples
     * luc bat: description of the form and examples
     * lushi: description of the form and examples
     * madrigal: description of the form and examples
     * ochtfochlach: description of the form and examples
     * ode: description of the form and examples
     * quatern: description of the form and examples
     * rannaicheacht ghairid: description of the form and examples
     * redondilla: description of the form and examples
     * rhupunt: description of the form and examples
     * rime royal: description of the form and examples
     * rondeau: description of the form and examples
     * rondel: description of the form and examples
     * rubai: description of the form and examples
     * sapphic: description of the form and examples
     * Saturnian: description of the form and examples
     * seadna: description of the form and examples
     * sijo: description of the form and examples
     * sonnet: description of the form and examples
     * terzanelle: description of the form and examples
     * treochair: description of the form and examples
     * triolet: description of the form and examples
     * Tyburn: description of the form and examples
     * villanelle: description of the form and examples
     * yadu: description of the form and examples
     * zejel: description of the form and examples
     * more: additional poetic forms (13) and examples
  • Book review: Ancient Rome and India and links to sites (3) on India

Tropaeum: description of the trophy room and links to sites (4) on Titus, Trajan, Severus, Constantine et alii

Exedra: description of an elegant reception room and links to sites (6) on Roman decorative arts

Peristylium: description of the colonnaded courtyard and links to sites (4) on Roman architectural and decorative styles

Hortus: private garden

Lararium: description of the household shrine and links to sites (3) on Roman mythology and religion

Baths: description of a typical bath house and its features and links to sites (3) on Roman baths

Farm: tour of the farm near Assisium in Umbria belonging to Senex's mother
  • Ager: information on farms and the tenure of land
  • Orchard: information on trees and agricultural practices
  • Byre: quiz to match domestic animals (English) with their names and sounds (Latin)
  • Horreum: information on farm tools and the production of grain
  • Villa Rustica: description of the farmhouse and links to additional farm sites
     * stable: description of the stabulum and information related to land transportation
     * pantry: description of the cella penaria and information about food storage
     * fishpond: description of the piscina and information about Roman pets
     * wine cellar: description of the apotheca and related information
  • Pond: information on hunting, fishing and wildlife
  • Meadow: information on sheep, goats, and textile production
  • Garden: information on medicinal plants and herbs
  • Vineyard: information on the Roman wine trade

Games: welcome to the mental challenges of the Ludi Seniles: The Senile Games!
  • Games Index: information about the individual challenges

Album: web pages with links to ancient sites in Italy, Greece, Egypt, Turkey, and other countries
  • Herculaneum: annotated pop-up views (3) from the town
  • Ostia: map of town and annotated pop-up graphics (7) from the ancient port
  • Pompeii: floor plan of house and annotated pop-up scenes (9) from the town
  • Rome: annotated pop-up graphics (3) from the Eternal City
  • Athens: in-line scenes (7) of the ancient city
  • Delphi: in-line scenes (5) of the Pythian Sanctuary and more
  • Mycenae: map of the site and annotated pop-up scenes (10) from the ancient city
  • Sounion: in-line scenes (3) of the temple of Poseidon
  • Ephesus: map of the site and annotated pop-up scenes (15) from the city and environs
  • Istanbul: in-line scenes (5) from the former Constantinople, or Byzantium
  • Egypt: in-line scenes (1)
  • Israel: in-line scenes (1)
  • Jordan: in-line scenes (1)

Schola: a school with information about Roman education and links to Latin language activities
  • First Declension: Bingo game covering noun endings and examples
  • Second Declension: Bingo game covering noun endings and examples
  • Third Declension: Bingo game covering noun endings and examples
  • Fourth Declension: Bingo game covering noun endings and examples
  • Fifth Declension: Bingo game covering noun endings and examples
  • Conjugation I: game covering first conjugation verbs (-āre)
  • Conjugation II: game covering second conjugation verbs (-ēre)
  • Conjugation III: game covering third conjugation verbs (-ere)
  • Conjugation IV: game covering fourth conjugation verbs (-īre)
  • Irregular Verbs: game covering conjugation of irregular verbs
  • Prepositions: game covering prepositions
  • Pronouns: game covering pronouns
  • Cases: game covering cases
  • Rhetoric: game covering rhetoric
  • Vocabulary: game covering vocabulary
  • Derivatives: game covering derivatives
  • History and Geography: game covering history and geography
  • Mottos and Quotes: game covering mottos and quotations
  • Monuments and Landmarks: game covering monuments and landmarks
  • Punctuation: game covering punctuation
  • Lingua Latina: game covering the Latin language


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