Cippus (stone marker) listing the names of the triumviri agris iudicandis adsignandis, the officials responsible for expropriating and redistributing public farmland

131 BCE. Copy.
CIL I2 639 = ILLRP 470.
Inv. No. MCR 145.

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

Origin:
Atena Lucana (ancient Atina), Italy. Original in National Archaeological Museum, Naples, Italy.
Description:
CIL I2 639 = ILLRP 470

C(aius) Sempronius Ti(beri) f(ilius) / Ap(pius) Claudius C(ai) f(ilius) / P(ublius) Licinius P(ubli) f(ilius) / IIIvir(i) a(gris) i(udicandis) a(dsignandis) / k(ardo) VII

Gaius Sempronius, son of Tiberius; Appius Claudius, son of Gaius; Publius Licinius, son of Publius; triumviri with judicial powers for dividing the land; 7th limiting line from north to south

Credits:
2009. Photo: S. Tariverdieva
Text of the description: the inscription in the museum.
Latin text: Inscriptiones Latinae Liberae Rei Publicae / Cur. A. Degrassi. Firenze, 1965. P. 272, No. 470.
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