Funerary stele of Aurelius son of Agesas and Hecatea

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It comes from a family tomb built by Aurelius and Hecatea in life. The inscription warns that whoever dares to violate the tomb must pay a fine to the imperial treasury. From the 2nd c. onwards, funerary inscriptions often mention the beneficiaries of the burial, and may also include curses or threats directed toward grave-robbers or those who made illegal use of the tomb.

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