The Baker, His Tomb, His Wife, and Her Breadbasket: The Monument of Eurysaces in Rome

Petersen, Lauren Hackworth
June 2003
Art Bulletin;Jun2003, Vol. 85 Issue 2, p230
Academic Journal
Studies the tomb of a Roman baker, a monument of Eurysaces rediscovered in 1838 in Rome. Inscriptions on the monument; Information on Eurysaces; Details on the remains and reconstruction of the tomb; Funerary portraits of ex-slaves in ancient Rome.


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