This monument is the only thing that remains of the Roman necropolis that was located beside the route from Carthago Nova to Tarragona. The Ciega tower has a quadrangular plan, with a base made out of three ashlar stones The main body is noteworthy for its lattice lining.There is a funeral inscription.The entire site culminated in a cone-shaped upper section, that is no longer there.This tower was the tomb of Tito Didio, proconsul to the Hispania Citerior in the year 94 B. C.
Origin: Romanisation (B.C.)
Artistic period: Classical-Roman
Historic period: Romanisation (B.C.)
30202 Cartagena (Murcia)http://www.ayto-cartagena.es
Only the exterior of the monument can be visited.
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