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The cemeteries of Colonia Iulia Emona, like those of numerous other Roman-period towns, were largely excavated before scientific analyses became standard practice. This article looks into how various aspects of identity can be reconstructed from such an incomplete data set. Existing data is evaluated to establish gender and age, while the perception of aging in the Roman world and the presence of underrepresented groups, such as children and the elderly, are also discussed. Furthermore, I willdoi:10.16995/traj.369 fatcat:67g2kvc6lvbcjf7y6w4ovs6kte