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Inscriptions | Italy
1. SCULPTURE. Rome.
A gravestone of a praetorian.
Marble.
3rd cent. CE.
Inv. No. 2574.
Fiesole, Municipal Archaeological Museum.
2. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Inscription in honour of Gaius Caesar, adoptive son of Augustus.
Marble.
1 CE.
CIL XI 366 = ILS 133.
Rimini, Civic Museum Luigi Tonini, Roman lapidarium Giancarlo Susini.
3. INSCRIPTIONS. Syria.
Funerary inscription of Quintus Aemilius Secundus.
CIL. III. 6687 = ILS. 2683.
14—50 CE. Copy.
Inv. No. MCR 216.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
4. 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.
5. INSCRIPTIONS.
Base commemorating the reconstruction of Perusia (Perugia) by Augustus.
CIL. XI. 1923d = ILS. 6614.
1—14 CE. Copy.
Inv. No. MCR 230.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
6. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Inscription on the base of a statue dedicated to Augustus by the Salassi, inhabitants of Augusta Praetoria (Aosta)
Inscr. It. XI. 1. 6 = ILS. 6753.
23—22 BCE. Copy.
Inv. No. MCR 243.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
7. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Inscription on the base of a statue of Augustus.
CIL. V. 852 = InscrIt. X. 4. 337.
14 CE. Copy.
Inv. No. MCR 246.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
8. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Inscription of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa.
Suppl. It. III (Genua). P. 236 № 2.
White marble. 18—12 BCE. Copy.
Inv. No. MCR 280.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
9. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Inscription in honour of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa.
CIL. IX. 4677 = ILS. 6543
27—18 BCE. Copy.
Inv. No. MCR 281.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
10. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Inscription in honour of Gaius Caesar, adoptive son of Augustus.
Travertine? 1 CE. Copy.
CIL XI 366 = ILS 133..
Inv. No. MCR 283.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
11. INSCRIPTIONS. Rome.
Inscription in honour of Germanicus Caesar, adoptive son of Tiberius.
Plaster cast.
18—19 CE.
CIL V 4308 = Inscr. It. X. 5. 86.
Inv. No. MCR 285.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
12. INSCRIPTIONS. Syria.
Funerary inscription of Quintus Aemilius Secundus.
Marble. Second half of the 1st cent. CE.
Inv. No. 376.
Venice, National Archaeological Museum.