These are the Imperial Roman capitals. Take note of the pronounced contrast between thick and thin strokes, as well as the distinctive proportions and prominent serifs, especially when compared to my previous post. By the way, the letter “Z” stands out for its notable width among its neighboring letters.
This epitaph commemorates the freedmen Baricha, Zabda, and Achiba, who hailed from the family of M. Valerio. It can be found along the Via Appia Antica in Rome.
Via Appia Antica, Rome.