Roman Soldier's Tomb

Although predominently of Nabatean style it is named as Roman because of the stone bust wearing Roman breast armour.

Date Landscape Notes Reference
c. 100 CE The facade of the Roman Soldier Tomb is similar to the Urn Tomb, including the disk decoration on its small frieze. Higher up the facade, three niches are distributed between the four columns on the front of the monument. Each niche contains a male figure, dressed in military style, hence the name.
c. 100 CE Interior of the tomb
c. 100 CE Interior of the tomb with the antechamber to the left
c. 100 CE Interior of the antechamber
c. 100 CE Looking towards the Triclinium
c. 100 CE The lintel section on the tomb proper entrance
Latest Update: August 14, 2018


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