TOMB 67Tek

Tomb 67 was originally a very small grave built around 120 AD and only used to inter urns with ashes. Tomb 67 had been built against the back-wall of tomb 76 and was oriented to the south.
Around the middle of the second century AD tomb 67 became part of a bigger tomb.
This new tomb was, according to the inscription on the southern wall,
built for Didia Helpis and for her freedmen with their heirs:

                                      D     .     M
                                      DIDIAE .
                                      HELPIDIS
                                      ET LIBERTIS . LIBER
                                      TAB POSTERISQ
                                      EORVM


The entrance, once below the inscription, has been moved
click to enlarge photographto the north side in later time.
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