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Vessels with faces representation served the cult of the dead among the Romans and were placed in the grave as an offering. The face should ward off disaster. The closed eyes indicate a dead or sleeping person. Ceramics, 7,7-10,9 x 6,8-9,1 cm, 2nd to 3rd century AD.
The bereaved had to follow various rites after the death until the closing of the tomb. Traditionally, the victim of a pig, the funeral meal at the open grave and various grave goods prescribed. After nine days another funeral meal was organized, only then the bereaved returned to everyday life, the deceased was now finally transferred to the realm of the dead.
Model: © Landessammlungen Niederösterreich, Niederösterreich 3D