The columborium discovered in 1831 by Pietro Campana is located not far from the Aurelian Walls.
Entrance was down a side road off the Via Latina.
The burial chamber, built in brick-faced concrete, dates back to the period between Tiberius and Claudius (14-54 AD), as indicated by two inscriptions found inside.
The admirable paintings decorating the walls of the burial chamber are from the same period.
Information and Addresses
Address Porta Capena, between Via Appia and Via Latina (inside the Parco degli Scipioni)
Price € 3,00; concessions € 1,50
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