A tombstone inscription was placed in memory of Tertia. Since the deceased is addressed by only one name, it is assumed that she was a slave. Namely, in the Roman nomenclature, women had two names, and slaves only one. From the inscription we can still read that Tertia was a Thracian from Ismar who died at the age of 40.
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TERTIA / ISMARNIENSIS / ANN(orum) XL / H(is) S(ita) E(st)
- Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL) III 1758
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