Dating on tombs of scipios
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Roman nights ; or, dialogues at the tombs of the Scipios.
Translated from the Italian of Count Verri./Alessandro Verri; London : Printed by W. The hill continues down to the left, where more of the ruin is to be found.), also called the hypogaeum Scipionum, was the common tomb of the patrician Scipio family during the Roman Republic for interments between the early 3rd century BC and the early 1st century AD.