Base with the dedication to Caesar.

Ca. 42—40 BCE.
CIL. VI. 872 = ILS. 73 = ILLRP. 409
Copy.

Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization
(Museo della civiltà romana)

Origin:
From Otricoli. Original in the Vatican museums, Rome.
Description:
CIL. VI. 872 = ILS. 73 = ILLRP. 409
Divo Iulio iussu / populi Romani / statutum est lege / Rufrena
It is set up for Divus Iulius according to the decision of the people, under the law of Rufrenus.

The law evidently ordered to set up the statues of Caesar in all Italian municipii. The base was set up soon after the death of the dictator.

Credits:
© 2009. Photo: O. Lyubimova.
Text of the description: the inscruption in the museum.
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