3D reconstructions of Loupian

The farm in the early 1st century CE

1st century CE
  1. The poor state of preservation of the archaeological vestiges meant that archaeologists were unable to reconstitute all of the structures
  2. First building for storing harvests and agricultural products
  3. An example of food crops being cultivated near the main building for housing workers on the newly constituted estate
  4. Reconstruction of building
  5. Grain crops were in evidence starting from the initial occupation of the site (mid-1st century BCE)
  6. An initial vineyard is attested to during this period

A productive villa of the Early Empire

Second half of the 1st century CE
  1. Extension of the wine-growing domain for large-scale trade
  2. A building likely reached as far as here, but currently there are no archaeological traces that bear this out
  3. Baths
  4. Wine warehouse: building used for wine production
  5. Pars fructuaria
  6. Outbuilding in the pars rustica
  7. Outbuilding in the pars urbana
  8. Outbuilding in the pars urbana
  9. Summer apartments
  10. Winter apartments
  11. Peristyle
  12. Worker housing
  13. Courtyard of the pars fructuaria
  14. Courtyard of the pars rustica
  15. Courtyard of the pars urbana
  16. Wine press

The villa in Late Antiquity

4th century CE
  1. The quarters for workers have disappeared. Nothing more would be built in this area
  2. Garden
  3. Baths and latrines
  4. Reception area of the villa
  5. Residence: the major outlines of the 1st century residence are unchanged
  6. A new winemaking installation, including a press and a wine warehouse
  7. Cowshed

The villa in Late Antiquity

Early 5th century CE
  1. Mosaics
  2. Structure with a single courtyard
  3. Hypothetical reconstruction of the villa. Given the current state of our knowledge, we are unable to be more precise
  4. More activity is devoted to annual crops, and less space is given over to vineyards