Funerary Urn of M. Numerius Liberalis Postumus

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Geoffrey Marchal
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published on 15 June 2019

Cinerary urn of M. Numerius Liberalis Postumus. Tablet inscribed between two geniuses winged, on the sides, griffons, the leg resting on the wheel of Nemesis (the fatal destiny).

Inscription: "D (is) M (anibus) M (arci) N (umeri) M (arci) f (ilii) Liberalis Postumi, v (ixit) a (nnos) (quadraginta duos)." [To the gods of Marcus Numerius Liberalis Postumus son of Marcus, he lived forty-two years].

First half of the 3rd century, Rome Marble. Museum of Art History (Musée du cinquantenaire, Brussels, Belgium). Made with CapturingReality.

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