TOMB 93 Tek

click to enlarge photographThe enclosure of tomb 93 was clearly built in a later time.
The façade and back-wall of the burial chamber lie in one line with the burial chamber of tomb 92.
The inscription, framed in a nice cornice, has disappeared. Not only the cornice was richly decorated, the whole façade was provided with flowermotifs and garlands.
The burial chamber was organized to inter urns only and had beautiful decorations of stucco and paintings.
Unfortunately, little has remained.
In the back-wall is a large, semicircular niche flanked
by two large, rectangular niches equipped with a triangular tympanum.
In the archs a shell is depicted. Also the wall with the entrance has two
rectangular niches. In those niches were paintings of dionysian scenes.
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