Tomb 63 was originally built in opus reticulatum
(small stones of tufa in check pattern).
Tomb 63 is turned towards the Via Severiana and has an inscription
above the entrance.
The slab with the inscription is placed in a small part of the facade
built in brick.
This brick part dates from a second time of use.
. M . F . PROCILLAE
. CLAVDIAE . HYGIAE
. KARISSIM . FECIT
. SEXTILIVS . PANNYCHIANVS
. SIBI . POSTERISQVE . SVORVM
Publius Sextilius Pannychianus has built this
tomb for Alfia Procilla,
daughter of Marcus, and for Claudia Hygia, his beloved wife, for
and for his heirs.
Tomb 63 dates back to the time of Trajan (about 125 AD).
to continue tomb 63)