As a result, we get a glimpse of virtually photographic quality into the lives of a group of people who hardly appear in the written sources, and if they do so it is almost exclusively from an elite perspective.
The restoration and analysis of the amphorae and other finds is still underway. Yet, there is already evidence that the servants sharing this room were not the only inhabitants. The micro-excavation of the pottery vessels and archaeozoological analyses indicate that also some small rodents were present in room c (cf. Nappi 2001). Remains of two wood/yellow-necked mice (Apodemus sylvaticus/ flavicollis), one adult and one juvenile, respectively, were found in the amphora stored horizontally under the bed along the southern wall of the room.