Funerary inscription of Antaeus and Calamus
Ca. 14—40 CE.
CIL VI 3965.
Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, GalleryInv. No. 4459.Photo by Sergey Sosnovskiy

Funerary inscription of Antaeus and Calamus.

Ca. 14—40 CE.
CIL VI 3965.
Inv. No. 4459.

Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, Gallery
(Musei capitolini, Palazzo Nuovo, Galleria)

Origin:
Rome, the columbarium of Livia.
Description:
CIL VI 3965

Antaeus / Iuliae Aug(ustae) ostia[rius] / dec(urio) // Calam[us] / Liviae / dispensa[tor]

Antaeus, the doorkeeper of Julia Augusta, the decurion. Calamus, the treasurer of Livia.

Credits:
(сс) 2016. Photo: Sergey Sosnovskiy (CC BY-SA 4.0).
© 2009. Translation: Olga Lyubimova.
Keywords: epigraphia epigraphy inscription iscrizione epigrafia epigraphik epigrafik inschrift épigraphie roman romano romana romani römisch römische romaine gravestone funerary inscriptions epitaph iscrizione in pietra tombale epitaffio grabstein-inschrift epitaph inscription de pierre tombale épitaphe doorkeeper decurion treasurer julia augusta livia columbarium of livia cil vi 3965 antaeus iuliae augustae ostiarius decurio calamus liviae dispensator inv no 4459
History of Ancient Rome