Altar for Julia Victorina, wearing a lunar symbol on the front of her marble funerary altar; in the back she wears a radiate solar crown; on either side is carved a flowering tree (left, right). The inscription gives her age as End century CE.
Photo by Karin Welss. The Archaeological Museum, in Seville, which featured many artifacts discovered in Hispalis (Seville) as well as the neighboring Roman town of Italica and various rural villas. Bacchante from a decorative plinth found in Italica. 2016