Funerary relief of the Gemini.

Marble. Second half of the 1st century BCE.
Inv. No. 3813.

Palermo, Regional Archaeological Museum

Origin:
From Rome.
Description:
Two men and one woman are depicted.
Latin inscription: Cn(aeus) Geminus Cn(aei) l(ibertus) / Apollonius. Cn(aeus) Geminus Cn(aei) l(ibertus) / Aeschinus patronus. Geminia Cn(aei) l(iberta) / Prima.
Gnaeus Geminus Apollonius, freedman of Gnaeus. Gnaeus Geminus Aeschinus, freedman of Gnaeus, patronus. Geminia Prima, freedwoman of Gnaeus.
Credits:
2008. Photo: Roger B. Ulrich.
Text: museum inscription to the sculpture.
RUSSIAN

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