Funerary inscription of Licinia Cornelia Volusia Torquata.

CIL VI 31726.
First quarter of the 2nd century CE.

Rome, Roman National Museum, Baths of Diocletian
(Museo nazionale romano, Terme di Diocleziano)

Origin:
Rome, the tomb of Licinii.
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.

Literature:
Stevenson E. Ulteriori scoperte epigrafische nella villa Bonaparte, sulla via Salaria // ibid. P. 23—25; 31721—31726
Lanciani R. Roma.Via Salaria // Notizie degli scavi di antichità. 1884. P. 393—394
Lanciani R. Supplementi al volume VI del Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum // BCAR. Vol. 13. 1885. P. 101—103, n. 1024—1029.
CIL. VI. 31726.
Credits:
© 2007 Photo, translation: O. Lyubimova.
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