Fasti of arval brothers
CIL VI 2295 = CIL VI 32482 = CIL I p. 214 = InscrIt. 13-2. 2 = Gordon. 7 = AE 1953. 264 = AE 1987. 162 = AE 1991. 304. Rome, Roman National Museum, Baths of DiocletianPhoto by Ilya Shurygin

Fasti of arval brothers.

CIL VI 2295 = CIL VI 32482 = CIL I p. 214 = InscrIt. 13-2. 2 = Gordon. 7 = AE 1953. 264 = AE 1987. 162 = AE 1991. 304.

Rome, Roman National Museum, Baths of Diocletian
(Museo nazionale romano, Terme di Diocleziano)

Origin:
Roma, La Magliana (lucus deae Diae), aa. 1867-1869 (frgg. a–f, h, l–v); presso il martyrium, a. 1985 [frg. g], a. 1986 [frg. i].
Description:
CIL. VI. 02295 = CIL. VI. 32482 = CIL. I., p. 0214 = InscrIt. 13-02. 00002 = Gordon. 00007 = AE. 1953. 00264 = AE. 1987. 00162 = AE. 1991. 00304

I]mp(erator) mag(ister) frat(rum) Arval(ium) [dedit] // [E K(alendae) Sext(iles)] n(efas) p(iaculum) / [Victoris II in pal(atio) Spei] in foro Holit(orio) f(eriae) ex s(enatus) c(onsulto) / [q(uod) e(o) d(ie) Imp(erator) Caesar rem pu]blic(am) tristiss(imo) periculo / [libera]vit / [F n(efas) p(iaculum) feriae ex s(enatus) c(onsulto) C(ai) Caesar]is h(onoris) c(ausa) Hisp(ania) / [citerior]e devicta / [et quod in P]onto regem / [Pharnacem] dev[i]cit / [ // ] / [E n(efas) p(iaculum) Soli Indig(eti)] in coll(e) Quir(inali) / [fer(iae) q(uod) e(o) d(ie) C(aius) Caes(ar) P]harnacem vicit / [F c(omitialis)] / [G c(omitialis)] / [H c(omitialis) Herc(uli) Inv(icto) ad ci]rcum maxim(um) / [Ven(eri) Vict]r(ici) H(onori) V(ictoriae?) V(irtuti) Felic(itati) / [in theatr]o marmoreo / [G Eid(us) n(efas) p(iaculum)] feriae Iovi / Dianae / [Vortumno] in Avent(ino) / [Herc(uli) Inv(icto) a]d port(am) Trig(eminam) [Cast(ori)] / [Pol(luci) ad cir(cum) Flam(inium) Fl]ora(e) ad circ(um) max(imum) [ // ] [C Vol(analia)] n(efas) p(iaculum) [feriae] / Volcano / [Volc(ano) in circo Flam(inio) Nymp]his in camp(o) Opi Opifer(ae) / [in 3 Horae] Quir(ini) in colle Vol(ano) / [Maiae supra] comit(ium) / [D c(omitialis)] / [E Opic(onsivia)] n(efas) p(iaculum) feriae / Opi / [Opi Cons(ivae)] in regia / [F c(omitialis)] [G Volt(urnalia)] n(efas) p(iaculum) feriae / Volturno / [ // D K(alendae) Sept(embres) f(astus) Iovi Tonanti / in Capitolio / Iovi Libero Iunoni Reginae in Aventino / E n(efas) p(iaculum) ex s(enatus) c(onsulto) Imp(eratoris) Caesaris h(onoris) c(ausa) / quod eo die vicit Actium / F n(efas) p(iaculum) feriae et supplicationes / ad omnia pulvinaria / q(uod) e(o) d(ie) Caesar August(us) in Sicilia vicit / G c(omitialis) l[udi magni in honorem I(ovis) O(ptimi) M(aximi) postea] / [Romani di]cti committunt[ur] / [H No]n(ae) f(astus) ludi / [ // D c(omitialis) ludi / E c(omitialis) ludi / F c(omitialis) ludi / G n(efas) p(iaculum) ludi / H Eid(us) n(efas) p(iaculum) [f]eriae Iovi / [I]ovi epul(um) / A f(astus) equorum pro[b(atio)] / B n(efastus) in circ(o) / C c(omitialis) [ // ] / B n(efas) p(iaculum) M[e]rk(atus) f(eriae) ex s(enatus) c(onsulto) q(uod) e(o) d(ie) Imp(erator) Caesar Aug(ustus) pont(ifex) / ma[x(imus)] natus est Marti Neptuno in campo / Apo[l]lini ad theatrum Marcelli / C c(omitialis) / D c(omitialis) / E c(omitialis) [Veneri Genetri]ci in foro / [Caesaris] / F c(omitialis) / G c(omitialis) / H [f(astus) / [ // B K(alendae) Oct(obres) n(efas) p(iaculum) Fidi / in Capitolio Tigillo Soror(io) / ad compitum Acili / C f(astus) / D c(omitialis) / E c(omitialis) / F c(omitialis) / G c(omitialis) / [H No]n(ae) f(astus) Iovi Fulguri / [I]unoni Curriti in campo / [A f(astus)] / [B c(omitialis)] Geni(i) publici Faustae Felicitat(i) / V(eneri) V(ictrici) in Capit(olio) Apollin(i) in Palat(io) / [C c(omitialis) 3] / [D Med(itrinalia)] n(efas) p(iaculum) [fer]ia[e] / [Iovi] / [E 3] / [F 3] / G [en(dotercisus)] / H [Eid(us)] n(efas) p(iaculum) feriae Iovi / [ // ] / [D] arm(ilustrium) [n(efas) p(iaculum)] / E c(omitialis) / [F] c(omitialis) / [G] c(omitialis) / H [c(omitialis)] / [A c(omitialis) Favori V]eneri Eruc[in(ae)] / [extr]a port(am) Collin(am) / B c(omitialis) / C c(omitialis) ludi Victoriae Sul[lan(ae)] / [D c(omitialis)] ludi / [E] c(omitialis) ludi / [F c(omitialis) l]udi / [ // A K(alendae) Nov(embres) f(astus) l(udi) in cir(co) / B f(astus) / C c(omitialis) / D c(omitialis) [ludi pleb(ei) committuntur] / E [Non(ae) f(astus) ludi] / F f(astus) [ludi] / G c(omitialis) [ludi] / H c(omitialis) l[udi] / A c(omitialis) l[udi] / [B] c(omitialis) [ludi] / [C c(omitialis) ludi] / D c(omitialis) ludi / E Eid(us) n(efas) p(iaculum) feriae Iovi / Iovi epul(um) / Feroniae in [ca]mp(o) Fortun(ae) Prim(igeniae) in C(apitolio) / F f(astus) equorum probatio / G c(omitialis) in circ(o) / H c(omitialis) in circ(o) / [A] c(omitialis) in cir[c(o)] / B c(omitialis) Mer[k(atus)] / C c(omitialis) Mer[k(atus)] / D [c(omitialis) Merk(atus)] / E [c(omitialis)] / F [c(omitialis)] / [ // ] Victori [ // ] c(omitialis)] / [3] c(omitialis) Ho[nori(?)] / [

Emperor magister of arval brothers established
August, 1Ethe Calends of Sextilenon-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeTo two Victories at the Palatio, to Spes at the Vegetable market; festivals under the senate decision as on this day Julius Caesar freed the republic from the most sorrowful danger
August, 2 Fnon-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeFestivals under the senate decision in honor of Gaius Caesar for the conquest of the Nearest Spain and for his victory over the king Pharnacus in Pontus
(lacuna)
Augustus, 9 E non-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeTo Sol Indigetes on the Quirinal hill, festivals as on this day Gaius Caesar won a victory over Pharnacus
Augustus, 10 Fcomitial day
Augustus, 11Gcomitial day
Augustus, 12 Hcomitial dayTo Hercules Invincible near the Circus Maximus; to Venus Victrix, Honos, Victory (?),Virtus, Felicitas in the marble theatre.
A (corrected on the base of: CIL. VI. P. 627)the Ides of Sextilenon-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeFestivals (dedicated to) Jupiter, Diana, Vortumnus on the Aventine, to Herules Invincible near the Trigemine Gates, to Castor and Pollux near the Circus of Flaminius, to Flora near the Circus Maximus.
(lacuna)
Augustus, 23CVulcanalia; non-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeFestivals (dedicated to) Vulcanus, Vulcanus in the Circus of Flaminius, to Nymphs on the Field, to Opa Helping in … (gap within one line), to Hora Quirinus on the hill, to Vulcanus and Maya above the Comitium
Augustus, 24 Dcomitial day
Augustus, 25 E non-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeFestivals (dedicated to) Opa, Opa Consiva in the Regia
Augustus, 26 Fcomitial day
Augustus, 27 GVolturnalia; non-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeFestivals (dedicated to) Volturnus
(lacuna)
September, 1Dthe Kalends of Septemberjudicial dayTo Jupiter Tonans on the Capitolium, to Jupiter Libero and Juno Regina on the Aventine
September, 2 E non-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeUnder the senate decision in honor of Emperor Caesar as on this day he won the victory at Actium
September, 3 F non-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeFestivals and thanksgivings in all temples, as on this day Caesar Augustus won the victory in Sicily
September, 4 Gcomitial dayStart of Big Games in honor of Jupiter Optimus Maximus, later named Roman
September, 5 Hthe Nones of Septemberjudicial dayGames
(lacuna)
September, 9 Dcomitial dayGames
September, 10 Ecomitial dayGames
September, 11 Fcomitial dayGames
September, 12 G non-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeGames
September, 13 Hthe Ides of September Festivals (dedicated to) Jupiter, feast (dedicated to) Jupiter
September, 14?Ajudicial dayInspection of horses
September, 15?Bnon-judicial day In Circus
September, 16 Ccomitial day
(lacuna)
September, 23 B non-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeFair; festival under the senate decision, as on this day was born Emperor Caesar Augustus, pontifex maximus, (sacrifices to) Mars and Neptune on the Field, to Apollo near the Theatre of Marcellus
September, 24 Ccomitial day
September, 25 Dcomitial day
September, 26 Ecomitial dayto Venus Genetrix on the Forum of Caesar
September, 27 Fcomitial day
September, 28 Gcomitial day
September, 29 Hjudicial day
(lacuna)
October, 1Bthe Kalends of October non-judicial day; propitiatory sacrifice(to goddess) Fides on the Capitolium, to Tigillus Sororio on the Acilii crossroad
October, 2 Cjudicial day
October, 3Dcomitial day
October, 4Ecomitial day
October, 5 Fcomitial day
October, 6 Gcomitial day
October, 7 Hthe Nones of Octoberjudicial dayto Jupiter Fulgur, to Juno Hurrying to Field
October, 8 Ajudicial day
October, 9 Bcomitial dayTo Public Genius, Fausta Felicitas, Venus Victrix on the Capitolium, to Apollo on the Palatine
October, 10Ccomitial day
October, 11 DMeditrinalia; non-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeFestival (dedicated to) Jupiter
October, 12 E
October, 13F
October, 14 Gdivided day
October, 15Hthe Ides of October non-judicial day; propitiatory sacrificeFestival (dedicated to) Jupiter
(lacuna)
October, 19 Dfestival of purification of arms; non-judicial day; propitiatory sacrifice
October, 20 Ecomitial day
October, 21Fcomitial day
October, 22 Gcomitial day
October, 23 Hcomitial day
October, 24 Acomitial day(to goddess) Favor, Venus Erucina outside the Colline Gates
October, 25 Bcomitial day
October, 26 Ccomitial dayGames of Sulla’s Victory
October, 27Dcomitial day Games
October, 28 Ecomitial day Games
October, 29 Fcomitial day Games
(lacuna)
November, 1Athe Kalends of November judicial dayGames in the Circus
November, 2 Bjudicial day
November, 3 Ccomitial day
November, 4 Dcomitial dayThe Plebeian Games begin
November, 5 Ethe Nones of Novemberjudicial dayGames
November, 6 FИгры
November, 7 Gcomitial dayGames
November, 8 Hcomitial dayGames
November, 9 Acomitial dayGames
November, 10 Bcomitial dayGames
November, 11 Ccomitial dayGames
November, 12 Dcomitial dayGames
November, 13 Ethe Ides of Novembernon-judicial day; purifying sacrificeFestival (dedicated to) Jupiter, feast (dedicated to) Jupiter, Feronia near the Field, to Fortuna Primigenia on the Capitolium
November, 14 Fjudicial day Inspection of horses
November, 15 Gcomitial dayIn the Circus
November, 16 Hcomitial dayIn the Circus
November, 17 Acomitial dayIn the Circus
November, 18 Bcomitial dayFair
November, 19 Ccomitial dayFair
November, 20 Dcomitial dayFair
November, 21 Ecomitial day
November, 22 Fcomitial day
(lacuna)
to Victor
(lacuna)
comitial day
( gap within one line) comitial dayHonor (?)

Col. I, v. 11: Pharnacem pro Pharsali.
Col. I, v. 15: V(ictoriae) (1), (2)
Col. I, v. 25: Volkanalia pro Volcanalia.
Col. I, vv. 26-28: Volkano pro Vulcano.
Col. II, v. 22: merkatus pro mercatus.
Col. IV, vv.21-23: merkatus pro mercatus.

Scripti erant in parte superiore quattuor tabulae marmorae (quaeque tabula circiter alta 220 cm et lata 86 cm); fasti consulares eiusdem monumenti inveniuntur ad EDR080256.
Columna prima ad dies 1-2, 9-15 et 23-27 mensis Sextilis, altera ad dies 1-5, 9-16 et 23-30 mensis Septembris, tertia ad dies 1-11, 14-16 et 19-29 mensis Octrobris, quarta ad dies 1-22 mensis Novembris pertinet.

Credits:
© 2016. Photo: Ilya Shurygin.
© 2019 г. Translation: Sabina Tariverdieva.
Keywords: epigraphia epigraphy inscription iscrizione epigrafia epigraphik epigrafik inschrift épigraphie roman romano romana romani römisch römische romaine arval brothers calendar holiday festival fasti fratrum arvalium cil vi 2295 cil vi 32482 inscrit 13-2 2 gordon 7 ae 1953 264 ae 1987 162 ae 1991 304