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: I. Sh.
Details: museum accompanying materials.
RUSSIAN

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