Funerary inscription of Licinia Cornelia Volusia Torquata.


CIL VI 31726.
1st quarter of the 2nd century BCE.
Rome, Roman National Museum, Baths of Diocletian.
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Origin:
Rome.
Description:
Licinia Cornelia / M(arci) f(ilia) Volusia / Torquata / L(uci) Volusi co(n)s(ulis) / auguris
Licinia Cornelia Volusia Torquata, the daughter of Marcus, the wife of Lucius Volusius, consul, augur.
Credits:
© 2007 Photo, translation: O. Lyubimova
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