Funerary inscription praising consul Lucius Cornelius Scipio.

The slab containing inscription, cutted out of the front wall of the monolith sarcophagus.
Peperino. Ca. 230 BCE. Original.
CIL I/2 9 = CIL VI 1287 = ILLRP 310b = ILS 3.
Inv. No. 1190.

Rome, Vatican Museums, Pius-Clementine Museum, Square vestibule, 4
(Musei Vaticani, Museo Pio-Clementino)

Origin:
Scipio family tomb. Appian way. Rome.
Description:
CIL I/29 = CIL VI 1287 = ILLRP 310b = ILS 3

L(ucius) Cornelio(s) L(uci) f(ilius) Scipio / aidiles co(n)sol ce(n)sor honc oino ploirume co(n)sentiont R[omane] / duonoro optumo fuise viro / Luciom Scipione filios Barbati / consol censor aidilis hic fuet a[pud vos] / hec cepit Corsica(m) Aleria(m)que urbe(m) / dedet Tempestatebus aide mereto[d]

Credits:
2013. Photo: Ilya Shurygin.

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Keywords: peperino Lucius Cornelius Scipio g483 son of Barbatus funerary inscription temple of Tempests Corsica Aleria Inv No 1190 SQ 4 CIL VI 1287 ILLRP 310b ILS 3 Lucius Cornelios Cornelius Luci filius Scipio aidiles aediles consol consul censor honc oino ploirume consentiont consentiunt Romane duonoro optumo optimo fuise viro Luciom Lucium Scipione filios Barbati consol consul censor aidilis aedilis hic fuet apud vos hec cepit Corsicam Aleriamque urbem dedet Tempestatebus Tempestatibus aide aede meretod
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