Wind of the North
Parts of the residential building of a villa rustica were uncovered during an emergency excavation. The stone-walled dwelling house dates back to the 2nd century AD. Numerous fragments of painted wall plaster were found in the rubble of the building.
These excellently preserved fragments are part of an arched ceiling fresco of particularly high quality.
Originally, the ceiling was about 25 square metres large. The preserved parts depict, among other things, the Wind God of the North.