Cippus (Lat. a post), a small, low column used by the ancient Romans as a mile- post, or to mark divisions of land; also a tomb-stone of small dimensions, containing a diminutive orifice or place to receive the ashes of the dead, being thus the original of the modern tomb-stone.

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