ANCIENT ART
INSCRIPTIONS | ROME | Funerary inscriptions
Columbarium of Livia
Necropolis of praetorians
The tomb of Licinii
The tomb of Scipios
Tomb of Caecilia Metella
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1. APPLIED ART. Etruria.
Funerary urn of Caius Cassius Saturninus.
Sandstone. Ca. 10—15 CE.
Inv. No. 14240.
Arezzo, Civic Archaeological Museum.
2. APPLIED ART. Etruria.
Funerary urn of Titia Tertulla.
Sandstone.
Arezzo, Civic Archaeological Museum.
3. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
The funerary inscription for a married couple of Terentii.
1st—2nd centuries CE.
Inscr. It. X, V 546.
Inv. No. MR 3067.
Brescia, Santa Giulia Civic Museum.
4. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Cippus of freedmen Scantius Olimpus and Scantia Agela.
Sketch by G.-A. Dosio, ca. 1560.
Inv. N. A. 1159, fol. 8r.
Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale.
5. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Grave stele with family portraits and with a Greek inscription from Thessalonica.
Marble. 2nd—3rd cent. CE.
Inv. No. 194 T.
Istanbul, Archaeological Museum.
6. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Funerary relief with portraits of the freedmen Publius Licinius Philonicus and Publius Licinius Demetrius.
Marble. Ca. 30—10 BCE.
68 × 80 cm.
Inv. No. 1954.1214.1.
London, The British Museum.
7. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Cinerery urn of Julia Felicitas.
Roman work. Marble.
Ca. 69-98 CE (Flavian period).
Inv. No. L.1991.85.3.
New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
8. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Sarcophagus with a myth of Selene and Endymion. The lid frieze: inscription and portrait of the deceased.
Marble. Early 3rd cent. CE.
Inv. No. 47.100.4b.
New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
9. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Clipeus-sarcophagus of Lucius Caltilius Salutaris depicting the myth about Romulus and Remus.
Marble. Second half of the 2nd century.
Inv. Nos. 106, 106A.
Ostia, Archaeological Museum.
10. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Sarcophagus of a child with a double-sloping lid and a funerary inscription in tabula ansata.
Marble. 2nd—3rd cent. CE.
Ostia, Archaeological Museum.
11. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Sarcophagus of a child with a double-sloping lid and a funerary inscription in tabula ansata.
Marble. 2nd—3rd cent. CE.
Ostia, Archaeological Museum.
12. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Sarcophagus with garlands and herms.
Marble. End of 2nd — first third of 3rd cent. CE.
Ostia, Archaeological Museum.
13. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Strigilated sarcophagus with funerary inscription in tabula ansata.
Marble. 170—300 CE.
Ostia, Archaeological Museum.
14. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Front panel of the sarcophagus of Marcus Cornelius Statius with scenes from the life of a child.
Marble. Ca. 150 CE.
L. 149 cm; H. 47.5 cm.
Inv. No. Ma 659.
Paris, Louvre Museum.
15. APPLIED ART. Egypt.
Vessel with inscription of Nebneteru and epitaph of P. Claudius Pulcher.
Alabaster. Manufactured in Egypt ca. 9th or 8th cent. BCE; imported to Rome and reinscribed late 1st century BCE or early 1st century CE.
CIL VI 1282 = ILS 882.
Inv. Nos. N 386 — D 34 — MR 889.
Paris, Louvre Museum.
16. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Cinerary urn of Marcus Ulpius Floridus with a scene of the Persephone’s abduction. Close-up.
Marble. Early 2nd cent. CE. Rome (?).
Inv. Com. 515.
Perugia, National Archaeological Museum of Umbria.
17. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Sarcophagus with a myth of Selene and Endymion.
Marble. Ca. 190 CE.
Inv. No. A 7 est.
Pisa, Camposanto Monumentale.
18. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Tomb of a freedman Lucius Barbidius Communis and his wife.
Eastern part of Necropolis outside the Nucerian gate (south side of Via delle Tombe).
54—79 CE.
Pompeii.
19. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Tomb of the Cuspii.
Eastern part of Necropolis outside the Nucerian gate (south side of Via delle Tombe).
54—79 CE.
Pompeii.
20. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Tomb of the Cuspii.
Eastern part of Necropolis outside the Nucerian gate (south side of Via delle Tombe).
54—79 CE.
Pompeii.
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