Funerary inscription of Sextus Aemilius Baro.

52 BCE.
CIL I 2965 = ILLRP 786a.

Rome, Capitoline Museums
(Musei capitolini)

Origin:
Rome, via Alberto Mario, 1955.
Description:
CIL I 2965 = ILLRP 786a

Sex(tus) Aemilius Sex(ti) l(ibertus) / Baro / frumentar(ius) / in ignem inlatus est / prid(ie) Non(as) Quinct(iles) / Cn(aeo) Pompeio co(n)s(ule) tert(ium)

Sextus Aemilius Baro, the freedman of Sextus, grain seller, was cremated the day before the nones of Quintilis, in the third consulship of Gnaeus Pompey (July 6, 52 BCE).

Credits:
(ρρ) 2009. Photo: Olga Lyubimova (CC BY-SA 4.0).
Text: the inscription in the museum.
Keywords: Funerary inscription Sextus Aemilius Baro grain seller third consulship of Pompey CIL I 2965 ILLRP 786a 786 a Sextus Aemilius Sexti libertus Baro frumentarius in ignem inlatus est pridie Nonas Quinctiles Cnaeo Pompeio consule tertium
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