Roman comb, made of ivory, probably from the third to fourth century CE. This two-sided object probably comes from the woman’s grave. There is an inscription on the comb saying: “Modestino, goodbye” (however, there is no certainty about the last word that can be misread).
It is possible that the last four letters are initials, which recalled the deceased as a wonderful woman.
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