Plain cinerary jar of freedwoman Fabricia Philema
Earthenware. First half of the 1st cent. CE. Arezzo, Civic Archaeological Museum Photo by Ilya Shurygin

Plain cinerary jar of freedwoman Fabricia Philema.

Earthenware. First half of the 1st cent. CE.

Arezzo, Civic Archaeological Museum

Origin:
Found in San Leo in 1780.
Description:
CIL XI 18696, CIE 4632:

Fabricia L(uci) l(iberta) / Philema

The urn contained ashes of a freed slave woman called FABRICIA PHILEMA and a gold cameo ring (now in the museum collection).

Credits:
2010. Photo: Ilya Shurygin.
Details: museum accompanying materials.
Keywords: Earthenware clay ceramics plain cinerary jar sepulchral mortuary funerary urn of libertina freedwoman Fabricia Philema Fabricia Luci liberta Philema CIL XI 1869 CIE 4634
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