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FPSD Pompeii. Area D South at Fondo Pacifico Tombs.

Inscription to C. Auficius Clemens, and Secundus.

 

FPSD Pompeii. December 2005. Looking south-west past FPSE to remains of lava block steps. 
The tomb area was accessible from the front by a short set of lava block steps of which only one remained.

FPSD Pompeii. December 2005. Looking south-west past FPSE to remains of lava block steps.

The tomb area was accessible from the front by a short set of lava block steps of which only one remained.

 

FPSD Pompeii. May 2011. Looking north-east across the tomb area. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

FPSD Pompeii. May 2011. Looking north-east across the tomb area.

Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

 

FPSD Pompeii. December 2005. Tomb area with columellae and remains of two walls. According to D’Ambrosio and De Caro, the two walls may have been a covered structure such as a vault. See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 219.

FPSD Pompeii. December 2005. Tomb area with columellae and remains of two walls.

According to D’Ambrosio and De Caro, the two walls may have been a covered structure such as a vault.

See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 219.

 

FPSD Pompeii. August 2011. Rear of tomb, looking east. According to D’Ambrosio and De Caro, the tomb area had ten columellae. Eight were male, one had no head and one was female. The female columella is the separate one in the bottom right of this photograph. These were aligned along the walls under the niche of the presumed vaulted area.
Photo courtesy of Peter Gurney. See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 219.

FPSD Pompeii. August 2011. Rear of tomb, looking east.

According to D’Ambrosio and De Caro, the tomb area had ten columellae.

Eight were male, one had no head and one was female.

The female columella is the separate one in the bottom right of this photograph.

These were aligned along the walls under the niche of the presumed vaulted area.

Photo courtesy of Peter Gurney.

See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 219.

 

FPSD Pompeii. May 2011. Looking west across the tomb area. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

FPSD Pompeii. May 2011. Looking west across the tomb area. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

 

FPSD Pompeii. May 2011. Looking south across the tomb area. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

FPSD Pompeii. May 2011. Looking south across the tomb area. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

 

FPSD Pompeii. Inscribed male columella of Secundus.
According to D’Ambrosio and De Caro, this was the first columella in the north-east corner of the tomb area.
It had the inscription

SECVN
DVS

It was carved from a small fluted column. In front of it was a libation tube.
They are certain that Secundus was a slave.
See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 219, Taf. 37b.

FPSD Pompeii. Inscribed male columella of Secundus.

According to D’Ambrosio and De Caro, this was the first columella in the north-east corner of the tomb area.

It had the inscription

 

SECVN

DVS

 

It was carved from a small fluted column. In front of it was a libation tube.

They are certain that Secundus was a slave.

See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 219, Taf. 37b.

 

FPSD Pompeii. December 2005. Columella of Caius Auficius Clemens in north-west corner of tomb area.
This has the inscription

C. AVFICIVS
CLEMENS

See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 220.

FPSD Pompeii. December 2005. Columella of Caius Auficius Clemens in north-west corner of tomb area.

This has the inscription

 

C. AVFICIVS

CLEMENS

 

See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 220.

 

FPSD Pompeii. December 2005. Fallen stone.

FPSD Pompeii. December 2005. Fallen stone.

 

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

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

Photo courtesy of Peter Gurney.

 

 

 

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