human skeletal remains;
- Museum number
Burial chest with lid, probably made of Ephesian marble, showing bucrania linked by garlands laden with fruits. Inscribed in Greek and Latin. The Greek text is cut through an earlier erased inscription. One box and two containers of the human remains of a child, and possibly Pannychus and his wife Pithane, also includes animal remains of a pig, stored separately.
- Production date
Height: 36.15 centimetres
Length: 41.90 centimetres
Width: 30.45 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- C.I.L. III,6089
- IGBM, DCXXXII
- Curtius, C. (1870) Inschriften aus Ephesos. Hermes 4: 174-228, here 214.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2013 – 2014, 21 September - 5 January, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, Empire – Roman Power & People
2014, 25 January - 27 April, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Empire – Roman Power & People
2014, 17 May - 31 August, Coventry, The Herbert, Empire – Roman Power & People
2014 – 2015, 20 September - 4 January, Leeds City Museum, Empire – Roman Power & People
2015, 24 January - 10 May, Dundee, The McManus, Empire – Roman Power & People
2015, 30 May - 13 September, Newcastle, Segedunum Roman Fort, Empire – Roman Power & People
2018 23 Feb – 22 Apr, Nashville, Frist Art Museum, 'Rome; City &Empire'
2018-2019 20 Sep-04 Feb, Canberra, National Museum of Australia, 'Rome; City &Empire'
2021 13 Feb-15 Aug, Belgium, Tongeren, Gallo-Romeins Museum, 'Rome; City & Empire'
- Acquisition date
- Greek and Roman
- Registration number