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A very common form in Greco–Roman times is the cippus , a short column, like an altar.How to Observe in Archaeology|Various
Sepulchral cippus of Anaxicrates with an amphora carved in low relief.
A simple rectilinear coffin, of smooth Verona mandorlato, raised on four thick columns, and closed by a heavy cippus-cover.New Italian sketches|John Addington Symonds
Over the capital is an iron balcony encompassing a cippus, or meta, 32 feet high, supporting a blazing urn of brass gilt.Old and New London|Walter Thornbury
And the little cippus of a Roman girl who lived sixteen years and twenty-eight days.The Spirit of Rome|Vernon Lee