Inv. Col 37
This slightly tapered shaft terminates with an astragal with an underlying fillet at the upper scape, while a simple fillet decorates the lower scape, markedly projecting from the surface of the shaft.
In Roman times, the “cotognino” (honey-coloured) alabaster was commonly used to make the shafts of small or medium-sized columns.
It was found in Rome, at Via Marmorata.