Calendar from Allifae (Fasti Allifani)
The age of Tiberius?
CIL. IX. 2320 = InscrIt. XIII2. 24.
Fragment.
Capua, The Provincial Museum of Campania, Lapidarium of T. MommsenInv. No. n. 27 (sala I).Photo by Ilya Shurygin

Calendar from Allifae (Fasti Allifani).

The age of Tiberius?
CIL. IX. 2320 = InscrIt. XIII2. 24.
Fragment.
Inv. No. n. 27 (sala I).

Capua, The Provincial Museum of Campania, Lapidarium of T. Mommsen
(Capua, Museo provinciale campano)

Origin:
Found in Alife (ancient Allifae), in the foundation of the building called “Old Chancellery” (Cancelleria vecchia), together with a two-headed herm which was presented to Th. Mommsen by his Allifan friend and deposited by him to the Berlin museum.
Description:
White marble slab composed of two fragments of the single inscription not adjacent to each other. After the arrival to the museum the fragments a and b were assembled on a wooden plate by the archaeologists G.B. de Rossi and G. Minervini.
Dimensions:
а) height 0,29 m; width 0,51 m; depth 0.03 m.
b) height 0,11 m; width 0.09 m; depth 0.03 m.

CIL. IX. 2320 = InscrIt. XIII2. 24 (fragment).

H pr(idie) c(omitialis) Herculi Invi[cto ad circ(um) Max(imum)] / V(eneri) V(ictrici) H(onori) V(irtuti) V() Felicita[ti in theatro marm(oreo)] / A Eid(us) n(efas) p(iaculum) f(eriae) Iovi Diana[e] / Vortumno in Aventino Herculi / Invicto ad port(am) trigeminam Cast(ori) / Poluci in circo Flaminio Florae ad circum / Maximum / B XIX f(astus) / C XIX c(omitialis)

August,12Hthe day before the Idescomitial dayTo Hercules Invincible near the Circus Maximus; to Venus Victrix, Honos, Virtus, V... Felicitas in the marble theatre
August,13AThe Idesnon-judicial day, propitiatory sacrificeFestival; to Jupiter, Diana, Vortumnus on the Aventine; to Hercules Invincible near the Trigemine Gates; to Castor, Pollux in the Circus Flaminius; to Flora near the Circus Maximus
August,14B 19 days before the Calendsjudicial day
August, 15C18 days before the Calendscomitial day

Other fragments: CIL. IX. 2318; 2319.
Back side: CIL. IX. 2332.

Dies fastus (judicial day) — day, on which it was permitted to initiate suits in civil law in the court of the praetor urbanus.
Dies comitialis (comitial day) — day on whith it was permitted to summon the assemblies of Roman citizens to vote either on proposed legislation, in election or on the verdict in certain criminal trials.
Dies nefastus (non-judicial day) — day, on which it was not permitted to initiate suits in the court of the praetor urbanus or summon the assemblies of the people.

Literature:
Parma A. Severus, un misconosciuto vescovo di Allifae: sulle «tormentate» vicende di CIL IX, 2332 // Annali di Archeologia e Storia Antica. N. S. N. 11—12. Napoli, 2004—2005. P. 101—104.
Michels A. K. The Calendar of the Roman Republic. Princeton, New Jersey, 1967. P. 29
Credits:
© 2015. Photo: Ilya Shurygin.
© 1883.Text: Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum. Vol. IX Inscriptiones Calabriae, Apuliae, Samnii, Sabinorum, Piceni Latinae. Edidit Th. Mommsen.
© 2015. Translation: Olga Lyubimova.

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