Six parts of a roman grave monument (aedicula) was found in Rupp-hegy, Budapest in 2009.
With Jozsef Beszédes we tried to reconstruct the monument. Two slabs were initially one piece, with a funerary inscription. They were sawn trough for secondary usage.
We looked for references from the Sempeter roman cemetery.
Client: Aquincum Museum
Exhibition: There’s some new under the earth