Square white marble sepulchral chest dedicated to Cornelia Hygia, aged forty, from her husband Inopus, an Imperial freedman, decorated with palmettes on the sides and on the front with rams heads, a swan standing on a wreath, two ravens, a fruit garland and an rectangular tablet inscribed in Latin, the cover has gabled ends and rosettes, partially reconstructed. Cornelia Hygia was freeded by the Emperor Claudius.
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