THE GALLERY OF ANCIENT ART

1. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Bronze tablet from Lavinium with dedication to Castor and Pollux.
Second half of the 6th century BCE.
2. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Dedication to deified Julia Drusilla.
White marble. 38 CE.
Avignon, Lapidarium of Calvet museum.
3. SCULPTURE. Rome.
A votive monument (so-called “Altar of Angera”).
Marble from Ornavasso-Candoglia. 41—54 CE.
Inv. No. A 0.9.6774.
Milan, Civic Archaeological Museum.
4. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Arch of Augustus.
Consecratory inscription on architrave.
CIL XI 365.
27 BCE.
Rimini.
5. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Inscription from Fabricius’ bridge.
62 BCE.
CIL VI 1305 = CIL VI 31594 = CIL I 751 = CIL I *641,5 = ILLRP 379 = ILS 5892 = AE 2008 169.
Rome, Fabricius’ bridge.
6. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Inscription from Fabricius’ bridge.
62 BCE.
CIL VI 1305 = CIL VI 31594 = CIL I 751 = CIL I *641,5 = ILLRP 379 = ILS 5892 = AE 2008 169.
Rome, Fabricius’ bridge.
7. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Inscription from Fabricius’ bridge.
62 BCE.
CIL VI 1305 = CIL VI 31594 = CIL I 751 = CIL I *641,5 = ILLRP 379 = ILS 5892 = AE 2008 169.
Rome, Fabricius’ bridge.
8. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Inscription from Fabricius’ bridge.
62 BCE.
CIL VI 1305 = CIL VI 31594 = CIL I 751 = CIL I *641,5 = ILLRP 379 = ILS 5892 = AE 2008 169.
Rome, Fabricius’ bridge.
9. INSCRIPTIONS. Greece.
Base of a statue erected by Fabius Felix Passifilus Paulinus, prefect of Rome.
Marble. Ca. 450—476 CE.
Rome, Piazza Venezia.
10. INSCRIPTIONS. Greece.
Base of a statue erected by Fabius Felix Passifilus Paulinus, prefect of Rome, in situ.
Marble. Ca. 450—476 CE.
Rome, Piazza Venezia.
11. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Arcus Argentariorum (arch of the money-changers, arch of Septimius Severus on Forum Boarium).
Inscription of the attic.
Marble. 204 CE.
Rome, Arcus Argentariorum.
12. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Arcus Argentariorum (arch of the money-changers, arch of Septimius Severus on Forum Boarium).
Inscription of the lintel.
Marble. 204 CE.
Rome, Arcus Argentariorum.
13. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Base of a statue of Cornelia.
Marble. 123 (107) — 100 BCE.
80 × 112 × 135 cm.
CIL VI 10043.
Inv. No. NCE 2925.
Rome, Capitoline Museums.
14. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
The base of a statue of Manius Poblicius Hilarus.
Luna marble. Mid-2nd cent. CE.
CIL VI 30973 b.
Inv. No. NCE 3009.
Rome, Capitoline Museums, Antiquarium on the Caelian Hill.
15. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Altar with consular inscription.
Peperino. 9 BCE.
CIL VI 37063.
Inv. No. MC 1702.
Rome, Capitoline Museums, Museum Montemartini (Centrale Montemartini), I. 16.
16. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Fragment of the monumental inscription from the arch of Claudius.
Marble. 51—52 CE.
CIL VI 920 = CIL VI 31203 = CIL VI 40416 = ILS 216.
Inv. No. MC 2754.
Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo dei Conservatori.
17. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Base with the inscription of the heirs of Gaius Cestius.
Ca. 25—12 BCE.
CIL VI 1375 = ILS 917a.
Inv. No. NCE 2386.
Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, Atrium.
18. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Relief dedicated to the gods of fatherland by pretorians of Gallia Belgica.
Marble. 246 CE.
Inv. No. NCE 477.
Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Senatorio.
19. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Altar commemorating the restoration of Perusia by Augustus.
CIL. XI. 1923d = ILS. 6614.
1—14 CE. Copy.
Inv. No. MCR 230.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
20. INSCRIPTIONS.
Base of a statue of Livia, worshipped as the goddess Cerera.
Original: after 14 CE. Copy.
CIL. X. 7501= ILS. 121.
Inv. No. MCR 295.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.