Roman sarcophagus,(2nd/3rd century AD) Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, Cordoba
DONA SUPRA STELAS Like many other aspects of ancient life, even in the case of military decorations we have to rely on the steles and funerary reliefs in stone and clay to get to know some details and aspects of objects whose remains have come down to us only in a few rare specimens. !st century BC.
Tax payment, Metz.
Tombstone of Sep(timius) Colonus Attusonius mulio (mule-drover). Inscripción funeraria roman procedente de Budapest (Hungría), correspondiente con CIL III 10557: D(is) M(anibus) / Sep(timio) Colono / Attusoni/o mulioni q[ui] / vixit an[n(os)] / [---] Amma / coniugi ca/rissimo / ex suo f[e]cit. Early 3rd century A.D.
Šmartno na Pohorju, Saxanus-Altar with the representation of the extraction of stone in blocks, and traces of striations
banking scene; Roman, third century CE The banker is shown with a client; the plaque was probably a shop sign. Rome, Vatican Museum, Chiaramonti Corridor. Credits: Barbara McManus, 2007
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Cinerary urn of Marcus Ulpius Floridus with a scene of the Persephone’s abduction. Marble. Early 2nd cent. CE. Rome (?). Inv. No. Com. 515. Perugia, National Archaeological Museum of Umbria.
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