Stock Photo - Roman Frescoes of the The Large Columbarium in Villa Doria Panphilj, Rome. A columbarium is usually a type of tomb with walls lined by niches that hold urns containing the ashes of the dead. Large columbaria were built in Rome between the end of the Republican Era and the Flavio Principality (second half of the first century AD). Museo Nazionale Romano ( National Roman Museum), Rome, Italy.

Stock Photo: Roman Frescoes of the The Large Columbarium in Villa Doria Panphilj, Rome. A columbarium is usually a type of tomb with walls lined by niches that hold urns.

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