Italy, Rome, 1st century BC Tomb of Cecilia Metella, (details) on the Appian Way



This is a Digital Image not an actual print
Fig. 3 and 4 of this image were described as the marble sarcophagus of Cecilia Metella who died in 1st century BC. It is now thought that the sarcophagus dates from c185 AD. It was originally found outside, but near the tomb of Cecilia Metella. The sarcophagus is housed in the Farnese Palace in Rome.
Drawn by J. A. Leveil and engraved by J. Bury for ‘Monuments Anciens et Modernes’ Deuxieme Serie, by Jules Gailhabaud, Paris 1847.

Steel engraving
Paper size approx. 235 x 310 mm
Digital image size 4462 x 6533 px
37.8 cm x 55.3 cm (300 dpi)