Of elongated shape (5 x 2.5 meters or 16 x 8 ft), room B gave us a beautiful, white and black mosaic whose designs form Greek crosses. It is kept in the archaeological museum. The wall decor, though very incomplete, has  been restored. The paintings of    low and mid areas mimic the  marble. The upper part to the big  green circles  with red or  blue disks and florets evoke the wallpaper.  Room C, with similar dimensions, was decorated with   red signs on which apples stand out  whose relief and  light effect the painter was able to beautifully restore.  The paving of this room has not been found.   The modest rooms B and C next to room A were probably resting rooms.