This market would have been one of the busiest parts of town.
On the outside, there would have been stalls selling figs, grapes, chestnuts, bread, cakes...
Rooms in a wooden gallery above would house staff.
You would enter through a large hallway with a statue of the Emperor and walls covered with frescos of fruit and flowers.
The fish and meat stalls were in the center of the courtyard.
A stone circle with a roof was where the fish was prepared.
The long stone ledge was where it was sold.
Fun fact : across the street you'll see a stone table with different sized holes.
This was used by shoppers to make sure that they hadn't been misled on the quantities that they had bought!