Many electoral inscriptions have been found for Julius Polybius, in which he invited the Pompeians to vote for him as aedile. He had a considerable female following, as several women, including two prostitutes, inscribed their preference for him, an action that the candidate likely found displeasing, as these endorsements were later covered up with lime. His opulent residence features various frescoes, including one in the triclinium depicting the torture of Dirce, tied to a raging bull for mistreating her mother. In the peristyle, visitors can see plaster casts of the wooden cabinets and doors. In one room, the bodies of the inhabitants were discovered, including that of Julius Polybius's pregnant daughter.