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The sarcophagus is decorated with garlands of vine tendrils and flowers suspended from two ox heads in the middle, and from two horned ram heads on each side; over the garlands are three sculpted heads of Medusa.

The colonnade formed the façade of the sanctuary of Tyche. Corinthian in style, the temple dates from the 1st century AD.

 

The inscription on the architrave states: "Oppius, the son of Obrimus, and Kyria, the daughter of Leonidus and the wife of Oppius, gave the Tychaeum to the city."

The colonnade formed the façade of the sanctuary of Tyche. Corinthian in style, the temple dates from the 1st century AD.

 

The inscription on the architrave states: "Oppius, the son of Obrimus, and Kyria, the daughter of Leonidus and the wife of Oppius, gave the Tychaeum to the city."

The colonnade formed the façade of the sanctuary of Tyche. Corinthian in style, the temple dates from the 1st century AD.

 

The inscription on the architrave states: "Oppius, the son of Obrimus, and Kyria, the daughter of Leonidus and the wife of Oppius, gave the Tychaeum to the city."

The Roman structure, 17m long and about 11m wide, stands to the west of the Monumental Gate along the colonnaded street. The water was brought from the Lamus River by using channels and tunnels whose total length was 36 kilometres.