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Roman villa from the 4th century AD in Höflein. 19,6 x 13,6 m.
In the western half of the villa were the living rooms equipped with underfloor heating (rooms I and IX). The Eastern tract probably served as a economic part.
The large room IX, which was distinguished by the front apse, was the main living and dining room of the house. The hall was equipped with a Y-shaped underfloor heating. The associated heating chamber was in the open courtyard (room V).
The larger room I was also equipped with underfloor heating and probably served as a bedroom. The T-shaped heating channel was heated by a small chamber (II).
The unheated rooms II-VII served as storage and economic areas.
The artefacts from the villa are exhibited in the foyer of the “Limeshalle” in Höflein.