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Inv. O.3633 Funerary relief Palmyra (Syria) Roman Empire, 2nd cent. CE
The funerary monuments of Palmyrene families were furnished with niches, each of which was meant to hold the mortal remains of a body. Each compartment was sealed with a plaque bearing a shoulder-length portrait of the deceased and an inscription specifying his or her name and genealogy.
This relief represents Idi’atee, the daughter of Si(o)na. Her attire combines Graeco-Roman and local traditions. Above her long-sleeved tunic, she is wearing a cloak fastened with a fibula adorned with a rosette. Her headgear, consisting of a turban and a diadem decorated with blank metopes, is in keeping with local practice. At neck level, her right hand clasps a veil covering her head and shoulders.
Find this object in the museum’s online catalog “Carmentis”
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