Lookup NU author(s): Dr Franco Luciani
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The first part o/the paper describes the archaeological context and the grave goods found in 2002 in a Roman tomb within the necropolis of Posmon, near Montebelluna (Treviso): the burial, which contained ashes and burnt bones of one individuai and few typically female objects, has been dated lo the beginning of the second century CE. The second part of the article focuses on a new epigraphical document coming from this tomb: it is a small bronze tablet bearing an inscription which records L. Horatius Longus, who was a tribune of the second cohort of the vigiles and one of the highest magistrates in a municipium. The third part of the paper presents the results of the burnt bones analysis: they belonged to an adult female. The presence of the bronze tablet dedicated to a man inside a woman’s tomb leads to the interpretation of this object as a family heirloom.
Author(s): Larese A, Luciani F, Onisto N
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Rivista di Archeologia
Print publication date: 07/09/2016
Acceptance date: 08/02/2016
ISSN (print): 0392-0895
Publisher: Giorgio Bretschneider