has also a door towards
the street. Here,
travertine door jambs and architrave are still in place. Above
the entrance, surrounded by a beautiful cornice,
a marble slab of 125 x 60 cm has been found, with
the following inscription:
C A N T I A . C . F
. S I L V I N A
E C I T . S I B I . E T
. SCANTIO . L . FIL .
. SVAE . ET . LIBERTIS SVIS
I B E R T A B V S Q V E POSTER I SQVE
O R V M . H . M
. H . E . N . S .
FRONTE PED XII IN AGRO PED XIII
This tomb was built by Scantia Silvina, daughter
of Caius. It was meant for herself and for
L. Scantius Eparchicus, son of Lucius, his son and for Sulpicia
Iulitta, daughter of Marcus,
his niece and for her freedmen and women with their descendants.
The tomb could not be
inherited by strangers. The measurements were twelve feet in length
and thirteen in breadth.
The owners of tomb B were related to
the owners of tomb 55. Tomb 55 was built by a certain Scantia
Salvina, the sister of Scantia Silvina and the mother of Sulpicia