15. Domestic décor
The domus still has a floor made of marble slabs and a mosaic of small tesserae. However, the most extraordinary aspect due to its high quality is the decoration revealed by the thousands of fragments of paintings recovered during the excavation of the demolition material.
This domus preserves the best and most complete decorative pictorial work in Barcino. It includes the representation of the Muses, which adorned the walls of the triclinium, and the depiction of the Abduction of Ganymede, which graced the ceiling of the cubiculum. The figurative motifs and characters related to the mythological portrayals in these paintings speak to the taste and refinement of their owner.