The House of Paquius Proculus on the south side of the Via dell'Abbondanza was excavated in 1911 and between 1923 and 1926. Remains of 7 children were found inside one room. It is a relatively small building, but it does possess a large peristyle and some fine decorative details. The house derives its name from one of several election inscriptions posted on either side of the entrance. The house is also known as the House of Cuspius Pansa from graffiti found on the west side of the fauces.