CIL VII - CIL X

All photographs are from the collection of Arthur E. and Joyce S. Gordon unless otherwise indicated.

mp = in multiple photo file
( ) = number of photos/slides in file
AJH = Slides gift of A.J. Heisserer
CLB = Gift of Charles L. Babcock
 

CIL VII

  • CIL 7.66 – Funerary monument for Dannicus, a cavalry trooper, with a relief of a mounted trooper holding a lance and riding over an enemy (image on a postcard sent from Alfred Fairbank to Arthur and Joyce Gordon), imperial period
  • CIL 7.90 – Funerary monument for Marcus Favonius Facilis, set up by his freedmen, with relief of a centurion, 1st century AD, ca. AD 50-60 (?)
  • CIL 7.473 – Fragments of a dedication (reconstructed) to co-emperors Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus (image on a postcard sent from Eric Birley to Arthur Gordon, June 20, 1956), AD 163

CIL VIII

  • CIL 8.19 – Funerary monument of Domitia Rogata set up her husband M. Iulius Cethegus Phelyssam, mid-2nd century AD - Gift of J.M.R. Cormack  (2)
  • CIL 8.10570 – The Saltus Burunitanus, a petition to and response from the emperor Commodus to a complaint of managerial abuses from ‘coloni’ (lease-holding farmers) on an imperial estate, dedicated May 15, AD 181 - photos sent from Professor Noël David at the Louvre to A.E. Gordon, May 8, 1974  (3)
  • CIL 8.20600 – Memorial for a Christian martyr, AD 474  (2, including translation) - AJH

CIL IX

  • CIL 9.338 – Copy of an album decurionum (record of the town council) and list of civic patrons from Canusium, bronze tablet, AD 223 (in A.E. Gordon’s hand, on reverse of photo 1, “now in Florence, Museo Archeologico (whence this photo, Mar. 21, 1956)”; reverse of photo 2, “from Miss Bertocchi, June 19, 1956” (2)
  • CIL 9.1455Tabula alimentaria Ligurum Baebianorum – bronze tablet of regulations regarding alimenta (monetary support for poor children), AD 101 (5)
  • CIL 9.3128 – Fragment of a metrical inscription below a relief of agricultural scenes, mid-1st century BC
  • CIL 9.3305 – Dedication to Q. Varius Geminus from the Vecellan region, AD 14-37
  • CIL 9.3306 – Dedication to Q. Varius Geminus from the people of Superaequum, 27 BC-AD 14
  • CIL 9.3513 – Regulations for the temple of Jupiter Liber (Lex aedis Furfensis), dedicated by L. Aienus and Q. Baebatius, 58 BC  (2)
  • CIL 9.3918 – Honorary inscription for L. Cornelius Sulla, 82-79 BC  (2, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • CIL 9.4029 – Funerary inscription set up by Sextuleia Felicula for herself, Orbius Tertius and Sextuleia Psyche, beginning of 2nd century AD (2)
  • CIL 9.4672 – Metrical votive dedication by Lucius Munius, mid-1st c. BC   (3, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • CIL 9.4769Fasti Sabini, after 19 BC
  • CIL 9.4962 – Dedication to Constantius I Chloris from the people of Cures Sabini, AD 293-306 (2)
  • CIL 9.4965 – Dedication to a senator, Lucius Julius Marinus Caecilius Simplex, AD 101 or 102
  • CIL 9.4972 – Dedication to L. Egnatius Marcianus, AD 215 (2)
  • CIL 9.5438 – Record of collegia who helped fund the repaving of the cattle market in Falerio, AD 119
  • CIL 9.5837 – Statue base honoring Cn. Pompeius Magnus (Pompey the Great), after 52 BC (?) (consul in 70, 55, 52 BC)  (8, with notes by A.E. Gordon)

CIL X

  • CIL 10.104 – Senatus consultum de Bacchanalibus, bronze tablet, 186 BC
  • CIL 10.802 – Dedication of a sundial mounted on a column by magistrates L. Sepunius Sandilianus and M. Herennius Epidianus at the Temple of Apollo at Pompeii, end of 1st century BC - CLB  (2)
  • CIL 10.844 – Record of the building of a theater by C. Quinctius Valgus and M. Porcius, ca. 75 BC
  • CIL 10.1081 – Monument for M. Virtius Ceraunus, ca. AD 60
  • CIL 10.1125 – Statue base for C. Iulius Rufinianus Ablabius Tatianus, AD 293-360
  • CIL 10.1596 – Taurobolic inscription honoring Venus Caelestis (Magna Mater) with the earliest mention of the ‘taurobolium,’ October 7, AD 134
  • CIL 10.1597 – Taurobolic inscription, December 4, AD 144 (2)
  • CIL 10.2005 – Funerary monument for L. Aelius Hetaerus and Aelia Capitolina, set up by their freedwoman, Aelia Chrysothoe, AD 150-200
  • CIL 10.2462 – Funerary monument set up by A. Fraucius Carpus for himself, his wife, Fraucia Cyrilia, his freedmen and freedwomen, and their descendents, AD 150-200
  • CIL 10.2476 – Epitaph for Gellia Ias, a freedwoman, set up by Gellius Crescens, 2nd-3rd century AD
  • CIL 10.2629 – Epitaph for Junia Theodota, set up by her husband, P. Rufinius Serenus, 3rd century AD
  • CIL 10.2642 – Epitaph for Laelia Priscilla, AD 200-225
  • CIL 10.2707 – Epitaph for Margaris, set up by her husband, C. Iulius Hermeros, AD 150-200
  • CIL 10.2842 – Funerary monument for Petronia Hedone, her son, L. Petronius Philemon, and their household of freedmen and freedwomen and their descendants, ca. AD 110-120
  • CIL 10.2922 – Epitaph for C. Rutilius Rufus, set up by his father, C. Rutilius Rufus, AD 275-325
  • CIL 10.2997 – Epitaph for A. Terentius Augurinus, set up by his brother, Augurius, AD 150-250
  • CIL 10.3048 – Epitaph for M. Valerius Hymnus, set up by his daughter, Valeria, AD 200-250
  • CIL 10.3086a – Epitaph for M. Verrius Flaccus, set up by his brother, Celsus, 1st century AD - photo by Alfred Fairbank, with letter from him to Joyce Gordon
  • CIL 10.3118 – Epitaph for Vitellia Felicitas, set up by her mother, Vitellia Helpis, AD 300-400
  • CIL 10.3149 – Epitaph for Ursena Creste, set up by Aelius Apollonides, AD 175-225
  • CIL 10.3358 – Funerary monument for imperial freedmen and freedwomen, 1st century AD  (2)
  • CIL 10.3401 – Funerary monument for Hermes, a slave, erected by Valerius Clemens, keeper of arms on the ‘Mercury,’ 2nd-4th century AD
  • CIL 10.3507 – Funerary monument for Sentia Serapias, set up by her husband, a sailor on the ‘Mars,’ AD 250-30
  • CIL 10.3861 – Boundary marker, 132-131 BC  (5)
  • CIL 10.5405 – ‘Fasti Interamnates,’ list of magistrates, AD 67-75
  • CIL 10.5782 – End of a dedication for Gaius Marius, ca. 107 BC (?) - AJH
  • CIL 10.5807 - Dedication to L. Betilienus Varus commemorating his constructions of public works, probably late 2nd century BC, but not after 90 BC (7, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • CIL 10.5853 – Rock-cut epitaph honoring A. Quinctilius Priscus, a magistrate who set up a foundation to distribute in perpetuity public gifts of food, drink and money on his birthday, first half of 2nd century AD (reign of Trajan?)  (2)
  • CIL 10.6075 – Commemoration of a taurobolium performed by Helvia Stephanis, as priestess of Cybele, AD 241
  • CIL 10.6321 – A statue base (?) honoring Q. Roscius Coelius Murena Silius Decianus Vibullius Pius Iulius Eurycles Herclanus Pompeius Falco, AD 122-124  (2)
  • CIL 10.6569 – Bilingual epitaph for Sex. Varius Marcellus (father of Elagabalus), set up by his wife, Julia Soaemias Bassiana and their children, between April 8, 2017 and May 16, 218 or soon after  (3)
  • CIL 10.6639Fasti Antiates Minores, AD 12-17  (7)
  • CIL 10.6656 – Record of the restoration of public baths at Antium by Anicius Auchenius Bassus, January AD 379 and November, AD 382  (2)
  • CIL 10.6701 – Epitaph of Cn. Ambivius Maecianus, AD 98 or after (beginning of Trajan’s reign)
  • CIL 10.6706 – Epitaph of C. Avidius Lacon, a freedman, set up by his wife Antistia Magna and their son, C. Avidius Euphrosynus, which warns against selling the burial plot on penalty of a fine, AD 167  (2)
  • CIL 10.6816 – Milestone at the fifth mile from Rome on the Via Appia, with the name of the emperor Maxentius, AD 307-312  (2)
  • CIL 10.6950 - Lapis Polla, probable dedication to P. Popillius, 132 BC
  • CIL 10.7296/ IG 14.297 - Bilingual advertisement for an inscription-cutter’s workshop, 1st century AD (?) - CLB
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