The Columbarium of Pomponius Hylas is a 1st-century AD Roman columbarium, situated near the Porta Latina on the Via Appia, Rome, Italy. It was discovered and excavated in 1831 by Pietro Campana. Though its name derives from Pomponius Hylas, who lived in the Flavian period (69-96 AD), the building itself has been dated to between 14 and 54 AD due to inscriptions on two of its niches (one dedicated to a freedman of Tiberius and the other to a freedman of Claudia Octavia, daughter of Claudius and Messalina). It was later bought by Pomponius Hylas for himself and his wife, and he added the mosaic panel over the entrance steps, which is decorated with griffins and reads:

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  • Le columbarium de Pomponius Hylas est un columbarium romain datant du Ier siècle situé à Rome en Italie. Il a été découvert seulement en 1831 par Giampietro Campana lors de travaux effectués près du parc des Scipioni. (fr)
  • Il template {{Coord}} ha riscontrato degli errori (istruzioni): Modulo:Wikidata:398: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value) Il colombario di Pomponio Hylas è un colombario romano del I secolo, scoperto completamente intatto, situato nei pressi di Porta Latina sulla Via Appia, poco dopo l'uscita dalla città, con ingresso dal Parco degli Scipioni. Fu scoperto nel 1831. (it)
  • Columbário de Pompônio Hilas (em italiano: Colombario di Pomponio Hylas) é um columbário romano do século I a.C. situado perto da Porta Latina, na via Ápia, no rione Célio de Roma, Itália. Foi descoberto e escavado em 1831 por Pietro Campana. (pt)
  • The Columbarium of Pomponius Hylas is a 1st-century AD Roman columbarium, situated near the Porta Latina on the Via Appia, Rome, Italy. It was discovered and excavated in 1831 by Pietro Campana. Though its name derives from Pomponius Hylas, who lived in the Flavian period (69-96 AD), the building itself has been dated to between 14 and 54 AD due to inscriptions on two of its niches (one dedicated to a freedman of Tiberius and the other to a freedman of Claudia Octavia, daughter of Claudius and Messalina). It was later bought by Pomponius Hylas for himself and his wife, and he added the mosaic panel over the entrance steps, which is decorated with griffins and reads: CN(aei) POMPONI HYLAE E(t) POMPONIAE CN(aei) L(ibertae) VITALINIS (Of Gnaeus Pomponius Hylas and Pomponia Vitalinis the freedwoman of Gnaeus) The inscription also has a V (meaning vivit) over Pomponia's name, showing she was alive when the panel was added. (en)
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  • Le columbarium de Pomponius Hylas est un columbarium romain datant du Ier siècle situé à Rome en Italie. Il a été découvert seulement en 1831 par Giampietro Campana lors de travaux effectués près du parc des Scipioni. (fr)
  • Il template {{Coord}} ha riscontrato degli errori (istruzioni): Modulo:Wikidata:398: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value) Il colombario di Pomponio Hylas è un colombario romano del I secolo, scoperto completamente intatto, situato nei pressi di Porta Latina sulla Via Appia, poco dopo l'uscita dalla città, con ingresso dal Parco degli Scipioni. Fu scoperto nel 1831. (it)
  • Columbário de Pompônio Hilas (em italiano: Colombario di Pomponio Hylas) é um columbário romano do século I a.C. situado perto da Porta Latina, na via Ápia, no rione Célio de Roma, Itália. Foi descoberto e escavado em 1831 por Pietro Campana. (pt)
  • The Columbarium of Pomponius Hylas is a 1st-century AD Roman columbarium, situated near the Porta Latina on the Via Appia, Rome, Italy. It was discovered and excavated in 1831 by Pietro Campana. Though its name derives from Pomponius Hylas, who lived in the Flavian period (69-96 AD), the building itself has been dated to between 14 and 54 AD due to inscriptions on two of its niches (one dedicated to a freedman of Tiberius and the other to a freedman of Claudia Octavia, daughter of Claudius and Messalina). It was later bought by Pomponius Hylas for himself and his wife, and he added the mosaic panel over the entrance steps, which is decorated with griffins and reads: (en)
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  • Colombario di Pomponio Hylas (it)
  • Columbarium de Pomponius Hylas (fr)
  • Columbarium of Pomponius Hylas (en)
  • Columbário de Pompônio Hilas (pt)
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