“To Coelia Athenaïs, freedwoman of Quintus
Quintus Coelius Primus
Patron [dedicated this].”
This cinerary urn, dated to the first century CE, was dedicated to Coelia Athenaïs. Coelia appears to have come from Greece, as indicated by her second name. When she was freed she took the name of her former owner as a first name. The same man, Quintus Coelius Primus, also dedicated this urn. The urn still contains burned human bones, presumably those of the two individuals named in the inscription.
H.L. Wilson, “Latin Inscriptions at the Johns Hopkins University VI,” American Journal of Philology 32 (1911), 166-187, 176-7.