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FPSA Pompeii. Area A South at Fondo Pacifico Tombs.

Inscriptions to Lucius Nonius Celer, Aulus Statius Moschus, and Hygia.

 

FPSA Pompeii. May 2011. Looking north-east over north side of area A south. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

FPSA Pompeii. May 2011. Looking north-east over north side of area A south.

Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

 

FPSA Pompeii. May 2011. Looking east across north side of tomb area. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

FPSA Pompeii. May 2011. Looking east across north side of tomb area.

Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

 

FPSA Pompeii. August 2011.  Looking east above FPSA along rear of tombs FPSB to FPSH. Photo courtesy of Peter Gurney.

FPSA Pompeii. August 2011.  Looking east above FPSA along rear of tombs FPSB to FPSH.

Photo courtesy of Peter Gurney.

 

FPSA Pompeii. August 2011.  Looking east along rear of tomb. 
Photo courtesy of Peter Gurney.
The tomb area had four columella (in foreground, now buried) in a line north (left in this photograph) to south.
According to D’Ambrosio and De Caro, at the north end was an inscribed marble columella.

L NONIVS
CELER VIXIT
ANNVM ET ME
SES QVATOR

They expanded this to

L(ucius) Nonius
Celer Vixit
Annvm Et Me(n)
ses Quat(tu)or

South of this was a second taller inscribed columella
 
A STATIVS
MOSCHUS

They expanded this to

A(ulus) Statius
Moschus

The third columella was not inscribed.

The southmost columella was facing north

HYGIA
VIX AN XVI

They expanded this to

Hygia
Vix(it) an(nis) XVI

See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 216, taf. 35f-g.

FPSA Pompeii. August 2011.  Looking east along rear of tomb.

Photo courtesy of Peter Gurney.

The tomb area had four columella (in foreground, now buried) in a line north (left in this photograph) to south.

According to D’Ambrosio and De Caro, at the north end was an inscribed marble columella.

 

L NONIVS

CELER VIXIT

ANNVM ET ME

SES QVATOR

 

They expanded this to

 

L(ucius) Nonius

Celer Vixit

Annvm Et Me(n)

ses Quat(tu)or

 

South of this was a second taller inscribed columella

 

A STATIVS

MOSCHUS

 

They expanded this to

 

A(ulus) Statius

Moschus

 

The third columella was not inscribed.

 

The southmost columella was facing north

 

HYGIA

VIX AN XVI

 

They expanded this to

 

Hygia

Vix(it) an(nis) XVI

 

See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 216, taf. 35e-g.

 

FPSA Pompeii. May 2011. Looking east along the north side of FPNA to the arch of FPNE. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

FPSA Pompeii. May 2011. Looking east along the north side of FPNA to the arch of FPNE.

Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

 

FPSA Pompeii. December 2005. Looking south-west from FPSE with FPSA at the far end of the raised area.

FPSA Pompeii. December 2005. Looking south-west from FPSE with FPSA at the far end of the raised area.

 

 

 

 

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