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- The first courtyard, where there is a water cistern and a mosaic floor with a depiction of a panther tearing apart a dear.
- The courtyard at the west has a marble-paved floor at the centre of which was discovered a mosaic “device” of the Hellenistic period, depicting life under the sea.
- The room to the south of the west room has a well-preserved wail-painting depicting a male figure.
- To the south of the first courtyard, is the andron.
- This courtyard is surrounded by rooms, some of which have traces of marble revetment on the walls, he floors of some had mosaics, while others were paved with marble.
- The area at the north-west corner of the courtyard, near the staircase leading to the upper store was devoted to ancillary rooms.
- The andron communicated by way of a door in its west wall with a large hall (the triclinium), which had a marble-paved floor and marble-revelled walls.
- On the north side is the third of the courtyards, with a water cistern and a mosaic floor depicting Nereid riding on sea-horse.
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