Domus della Fortuna Annonaria
The aristocratic domus (house), whose current appearance dates to the 4th century AD, was installed inside a house of the mid-2nd century AD of which it preserved the peristyle in the central courtyard.
The entrance was monumentalized with a prothyrum (colonnaded entrance) (A) that led into a vestibule (B). This in turn gave access to the large courtyard (C), against the back wall of which is a cast of the statue of a goddess identified as Fortuna Annonaria (the goddess of food supplies) or as a personification of Ostia.
The main room (D) was adorned with marbles, a fountain and probably statues; the apse must have hosted the stibadium, the semi-circular triclinium couch on which meals were eaten. A private room of the house (E) was converted into a heated room and paved with a mosaic depicting mythological scenes.
- The area of the eastern cults and the Porta Laurentina residential district
- Tempio Collegiale dei Fabri Tignuarii
- Santuario della Bona Dea
- Terme del Nuotatore
- Mitreo di Felicissimo
- Cd. Sede degli Augustali
- Fullonica su via degli Augustali
- Domus del Pozzo
- Domus del Protiro
- Complesso delle Terme del Filosofo
- Domus della Fortuna Annonaria
- Mitreo dei Serpenti
- Campo della Magna Mater
- Porta Laurentina
- Ninfeo degli Eroti
- Domus dei Pesci