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FPSF Pompeii. Area F South at Fondo Pacifico Tombs.

Inscriptions to Asia or A.S.I.A.

 

FPSF Pompeii. December 2005. Looking south-west towards tomb area between two tall monuments.

FPSF Pompeii. December 2005. Looking south-west towards tomb area between two tall monuments.

 

FPSF Pompeii. December 2005. North side of tomb area between two tall monuments..

FPSF Pompeii. December 2005. North side of tomb area between two tall monuments.

 

FPSF Pompeii. August 2011. FPSF is the first group of columellae. Looking east to wall of FPSH. Photo courtesy of Peter Gurney.

FPSF Pompeii. August 2011. FPSF is the first group of columellae.

Looking east to wall of FPSH. Photo courtesy of Peter Gurney.

 

FPSF Pompeii. May 2011. Looking east along wall at south side of tomb. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns. According to D’Ambrosio and De Caro, the tomb area had seven columellae.
A male columella was on the west side facing east. Five male columellae were against the south side facing north. All six were uninscribed. The seventh columella was on the east side facing west and was inscribed A.S.I.A. The area beyond with a continuous row of columellae is FPSG. See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 223.

FPSF Pompeii. May 2011. Looking east along wall at south side of tomb. Photo courtesy of Michael Binns.

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

A male columella was on the west side facing east.

Five male columellae were against the south side facing north. All six were uninscribed.

The seventh columella was on the east side facing west and was inscribed A.S.I.A.

The area beyond with a continuous row of columellae is FPSG.

See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 223.

 

FPSF and FPSG Pompeii. December 2005. Looking east along wall at south side of tombs. The first four columellae are in area FPSF. The area beyond with a continuous row of columellae is FPSG.

FPSF and FPSG Pompeii. December 2005. Looking east along wall at south side of tombs.

The first four columellae are in area FPSF. Three of these had lava tablets laid in front of them.

The area beyond with a continuous row of columellae is FPSG.

 

FPSF Pompeii. Columella on the east side facing west, inscribed A.S.I.A. According to D’Ambrosio and De Caro, a marble tablet was in front of the columella, with a hole for libation. A second tablet of lava was in front of the marble one, also with a hole for libation.
See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 223.

FPSF Pompeii. Columella on the east side facing west, inscribed A.S.I.A.

According to D’Ambrosio and De Caro, a marble tablet was in front of the columella, with a hole for libation.

A second tablet of lava was in front of the marble one, also with a hole for libation.

See D’Ambrosio A. and De Caro S., 1988. Römische Gräberstraßen. München: C.H.Beck. p. 223.

 

FPSF Pompeii. August 2011. Looking north east to tomb area between the two tall monuments. The male columella in the centre of the west side, facing east, can be seen in this photograph. Photo courtesy of Peter Gurney.

FPSF Pompeii. August 2011. Looking north east to tomb area between the two tall monuments.

The male columella in the centre of the west side, facing east, can be seen in this photograph.

Photo courtesy of Peter Gurney.

 

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

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

Photo courtesy of Peter Gurney.

 

 

 

 

 

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