This week I have been (happily) distracted from my own research project by a question from one of my colleagues about depictions of trophies in Roman wall painting.
I came across these paintings on the facade of a building at III.3.6 on the Via dell'Abbondanza, the so-called Schola Armaturarum.
Does anyone know of recent research on this building? I would love to know if anyone has challenged the interpretation of the function of the building.
[Image source: My quick scan of PPM vol. III, p. 395]