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Funeral Stele limestone Bas relief of a closely draped woman holding an item in her right hand. The upper portion of the inscription is missing; the remainder preserves her profession: INI (the missing letters are probably her father's name ending in the genitive case) FIL[ia] MEDICA. Gallo-Roman. Metz, Musee de la Cour d'Or
After Antonio Canova - Funeral Stele of Pietro Stecchini (1822-39),attributed to Rinaldo Rinaldi. Paris, Louvre Museum.
Roman grave stone in Bonn Museum: "To Marcus Caelius, son of Titus, of the Lemonian voting tribe, from Bologna, a centurion in the First Order of legio XVIII, aged 53; He fell in the Varian War. His bones - if found - may be placed in this monument. Publius Caelius, son of Titus, of the Lemonian voting tribe, his brother, set this up." This centurio had several military decorations like torques and phalerae proudly displayed on his breast armour.