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They do not get a tomb marker or funerary offerings or any other customary rites. There are many other indications, it seems, of a Vestal’s not performing her sacred duties in a state of purity, but the principal one is the extinction of the fire, which the Romans fear above all dreadful occurrences, taking it as a sign of the destruction of the city – whatever might be the cause. 1–5) Plutarch gives us a fuller picture of the Vestals’ privileges and more details about their punishments, including the manner in which they were put to death for unchastity.
She had conducted the rites by night instead of during the day, and instead of three days a year established five days each month for initiations. From the time when the rites were conducted indiscriminately and men mingled with women with the free rein afforded by the darkness, no type of crime, no kind of disgraceful conduct was overlooked. More debauchery occurred among the men with each other than among the women. If someone was less tolerant of disgraceful acts and more reluctant to participate in crime he was sacrificed as a victim.
3–5) describe the Senate as wishing to give public recognition to the women for their efforts, although rejecting their proposal to erect at their own expense a temple to the divinity “Women’s Fortune” (Fortuna Muliebris). Instead, the women were permitted to pay for a statue that would be set up in the goddess’ temple, in addition to the one that was funded by the state. Dionysius of Halicarnassus describes the women’s statue as speaking aloud on the day that the temple was dedicated, commending the women’s gift as being legitimate.