House of Orpheus, Nea Pafos


Name:  House of Orpheus, Nea Pafos

Place:  Paphos, Cyprus

View:  Excavations of the Baths in the House of Orpheus. Two rooms with hypocaust systems, and some wall blocks retaining stucco cladding.  UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed 1980.

Date:  Late 2nd – 3rd century CE

Architects:  Unknown

Style or Period:  Roman Imperial Period

Catalogue No.  ZC1861

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