Pompeiiinpictures: A complete photographic plan of ancient Pompeii as it is today, produced by Jackie and Bob Dunn for those as enthusiastic about Pompeii as we are.

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Use the pompeiiinpictures interactive map, buttons or links to view pictures of the excavations at Pompeii of every regio, insula, house, shop, villa, temple, baths, altar, fountain, gate, tomb or tower.

Please click on a Regio of the coloured plan to go to the next plan and to the photographs or click on one of the links below.

If you prefer you can also choose between alternative colour schemes


Grey plaster with black letters                                       Yellow marble with black letters

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What's New in February 2015

The Terme di Marco Crasso Frugi or Baths of Marcus Crassus Frugi, at Oncino, Oplontis, Torre Annunziata have been added to the Baths page.

Baths of Marcus Crassus Frugi at Oplontis

530 houses have been updated with 1078 photographs taken by Stanley A. Jashemski from 1955 to 1961.

They provide a remarkable basis for comparison of now and 50+ years ago, including some houses in their freshly excavated state and some in their reconstructed, stabilised state.

They also show the pioneering methods used by Wilhelmina and colleagues to take casts of plant remains and to identify garden and vineyard layouts that existed before the eruption of 79AD.

These are the first batch from the Wilhelmina and Stanley A. Jashemski archive in the University of Maryland Library, Special Collections (See collection page).

This is an ongoing project and more will be added over the coming months.

Our grateful thanks go to Clopper Almon and Henry Ferry for making this possible.

Click here for the full list of what has been updated recently


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Site Content

Regio I      - Regio I Plan         Regio II      - Regio II Plan         Regio III - Regio III Plan

Regio IV    - Regio IV Plan       Regio V       - Regio V Plan         Regio VI  - Regio VI Plan

Regio VII   - Regio VII Plan      Regio VIII   - Regio VIII Plan     Regio IX  - Regio IX Plan

Porta Ercolano and Via dei Sepolcri             Herculaneum Gate

Street Altars and shrines                           Street Altars Plan

Arches                                                    Arches

Baths                                                      Baths

Fountains and Water Features                    Fountains Plan

Gates                                                      Gates Plan

Maps and Plans

   Pompeii                                                Maps of Pompeii

   Herculaneum                                          Maps of Herculaneum

   Bay of Naples and Regno di Napoli            Maps of Bay of Naples and Regno di Napoli  

Public Buildings                                         Pompeii Public Buildings

Street Views of every street                        Street Plan

Temples in Pompeii                                    Pompeii Temples

Temples outside Pompei

   Località Case Bottaro                              Tempio di Nettuno. Temple of Neptune

   Fondo Iozzino                                         Zeus Meilichios or Demeter or Ceres or Hecate - Artemis.

   Sant’Abbondio di Pompei                          Temple of Dionysus


Tombs outside the Pompeii gates           Tombs Plan

Praetorian tombs at Porta Nola               Praetorian tomb 1      Praetorian tomb 2      Praetorian tomb 3      Praetorian tomb 4

Tomb of the Ancarsuleni                        Tomba at cabina ENEL

Fondo Azzolini Necropolis                       Fondo Azzolini Necropolis

Fondo Prelatura                                    Tombe del Fondo Prelatura

Fondo Prisco                                        Tomb at Fondo Prisco

Fondo Santilli                                       Tombs at Fondo Santilli

Fondo Squillante                                   Tomb at Fondo Squillante

Pompeii Towers                                           Towers Plan


Pompeii                                                Pompeii Villas

Villa of Mysteries or Villa dei Misteri   Villa dei Misteri

Villa of Diomedes or Villa di Diomede Villa di Diomede

Villa of Cicero or Villa di Cicerone       Villa di Cicerone

Villa of the Mosaic Columns               Villa delle Colonne a Mosaico

Imperial Villa or Villa Suburbane outside Porta Marina    Villa Imperiale

Villa of T. Siminius Stephanus           Villa di T. Siminius Stephanus

Villa del fondo Ippolito Zurlo             Villa del fondo Ippolito Zurlo


Villa Regina                                     Villa Regina

Villa of P. Fannius Synistor or L. Herrenius Florus     Villa di Publio Fannio Sinistore


Villa rustica in Fondo Tommaso Aquino Villa rustica in fondo Aquino


Villa San Marco                                 Villa San Marco Stabiae


Glossary of Latin, Italian and English terms -     Glossary

Roman Personal Names -                                 Roman Personal Names

Pompeii Numbering -                                       Numbering

Help using this site -                                       Help


To find and view a property in ancient Pompeii.

Pompeii is divided into Regions or Regio, each of which contains a number of Insula (blocks of houses and shops bounded by a road on each side). There are nine Regio each numbered in Roman numerals from I to IX. Each Insula has its individual door entrances numbered. Our web site has a picture of every doorway and detail of the insides of most.

The web site is designed to be simple to use through a system of plans which start with the plan of Pompeii above which will lead you to a Regio of your choice and then to an Insula and then to the pictures for your selected property.  If the property has a name you can use the Names Index link on the left hand bar.

To locate a precise property e.g. VIII.2.1

Click on Region VIII on the above plan or the link, this will take you to the next plan where you can click on Insula 2 and then finally click house number 1 which will bring you to the photographs for VIII.2.1. You can also use the buttons on the left of every page to get back to this plan (Click on Home) or to go to plans for altars, fountains, etc. You can also use the Help button.



Our grateful thanks to all who have helped us in this project, especially Pier Giovanni Guzzo and Antonio D'Ambrosio, Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Napoli e Pompei, for the necessary permits to visit the site and for permission to publish this web site. We would also like to thank the many Custodians who have taken us around and made good use of their bunches of keys.

We would like to thank the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut for allowing us to use their images, which remain their copyright.

Our thanks also to Prof. Dr. Reinhard Foertsch, Universitaet zu Koeln, Archaeologischen Institut, for his enthusiasm and help.

We would like to thank the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Röm and Dr. Thomas Fröhlich for their kind assistance in making the digitisation of the Warscher Codex volumes possible and Michael Binns for his time spent in Rome digitising the books.

This project would not have been possible without the personal help of Andrew Wallace-Hadrill and Maria Pia Malvezzi. To them we give our special thanks.

Special thanks are given to Mattia Buondonno for the many enjoyable hours spent with him, his friendship and his willingness to assist and help on many occasions during our visits.

A special thanks also to Raffaele Prisciandaro for his friendship, local knowledge, and the copy of his book “Studio sulle provenienze degli oggetti rinvenuti negli scavi borbonici del regno di Napoli. Una lettura integrata, coordinata e commentata della documentazione." A very interesting and valued book.

Thanks also to Michael Binns for his interest in our site and his input and help; to Rick Bauer for being our man in Pompeii, and Drew Baker for their willingness to explore the site and provide many photographs new and old, to help us document and photograph the city; and to Ralf Einhorn for letting us use his father’s photographs of Pompeii taken in the 1970s.

Our grateful thanks go to Clopper Almon and Henry Ferry for making available the Stanley A. Jashemski photographs from the Wilhelmina and Stanley A. Jashemski archive in the University of Maryland Library, Special Collections (See collection page).



La nostra sincera gratitudine a tutti coloro che ci hanno aiutati in questo progetto, in particolar modo ringraziamo a Pier Giovanni Guzzo e Antonio D'Ambrosio, Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Napoli e Pompei, per averci accordato i necessari permessi, e l'autorizzazione a pubblicare le immagini in questo sito web. Desideriamo inoltre ringraziare i molti custodi per la cortesia e sollecitudine con cui ci hanno accolti ed accompagnati nell'area archeologica.

Gradiremmo ringraziare il Deutsches Archäologisches Institut per permettere a noi di usare le loro immagini che rimangono il loro diritto d'autore.

Il nostro grazie anche a Prof. Dott. Reinhard Foertsch, lo zu di Universitaet Koeln, Archaeologischen Institut, per il suo entusiasmo ed aiuto.

Il nostro grazie anche a Dr. Thomas Fröhlich, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Röm, per il suo aiuto, per permettendo accesso ai libri ed analizzare attrezzatura.

Questo progetto non sarebbe stato possibile senza l'aiuto personale di Andrew Wallace-Hadrill e Maria Pia Malvezzi. Loro diamo i nostri ringraziamenti speciali.

Un particolare ringraziamento va al Mattia Buondonno per le molte gradevoli ore trascorse insieme, per la sua amicizia dimostrata e per la sua volontà nell’assisterci e nell’aiutarci in varie occasioni durante la nostra visita.

Anche un particolare ringraziamento al Raffaele Prisciandaro per la sua amicizia, per la conoscenza locale e copia del suo libro “Studio sulle provenienze degli oggetti rinvenuti negli scavi borbonici del regno di Napoli. Una lettura integrata, coordinata e commentata della documentazione" .  Un libro molto interessante, e molto apprezzato.

Grazie anche al Michael Binns per il suo interesse relativo al nostro web, ed il suo contributo ed aiuto; a Rick Bauer per essere il nostro uomo a Pompeii, e Drew Baker; i nostri ringraziamenti per la loro buona volontà per esplorare il luogo ed offrire molte fotografie nuovo e vecchio, aiutarci a documentare e fotografa la città; ed a Ralf Einhorn per lasciarci usi le fotografie di suo padre di Pompei prese nei 1970.

Si ringraziano vanno a Clopper Almon e Henry Ferry per rendere disponibili le fotografie di Stanley A. Jashemski dall'archivio Wilhelmina e Stanley A. Jashemski dell'Università del Maryland Biblioteca, collezioni speciali (Vedere pagina collection).


Vielen Dank

Wir möchten dem Deutsches Archäologisches Institut danken, um uns zu erlauben, ihre Bilder zu gebrauchen, die ihr Urheberrecht bleiben.

Unser Dank auch zu Prof. Dr Reinhard Foertsch, Universitaet zu Koeln, Archaeologischen Institut, für seine Begeisterung und Hilfe.

Unser Dank auch zu Dr. Thomas Fröhlich, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Röm, für seine Hilfe, für Zugang zu den Warscher-Büchern und Abtastungsausrüstung.



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