TOMB 95 Tek

click to enlarge photographTomb 95 dates from an earlier time than tomb 94 and was completely detached before the construction of the latter.
On the left outer wall, where the wall of the enclosure reaches the burial chamber, is a brick column with a rosette of flowers, cut out pumice, on top.
Tomb 95 was organized for cremation only and had low, central aediculae flanked by small semicircular niches.
The decorations of the walls continued on the by a girder supported ceiling.
The tomb dates from about 120 AD.
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In a time of reuse during the reign of Antoninus Pius
the burial chamber was replastered and yellow painted.
Traces are still to be seen at the bottom of the back-wall.

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