CIL XI. 102* 1 - 396

All photos are the gift of John K. Evans of the University of Minnesota unless otherwise indicated.

( ) = number of photos/slides in file
CLB = Gift of Charles L. Babcock

  • 102* 1
  • 102* 2
  • 102* 3 (2)
  • 102* 4
  • 102* 5
  • 102* 6
  • 103* 1 (2)
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  • 109* 1
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  • 109* 6
  • 109* 7 (2)
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  • 138
  • 139 (13, slides gift of Charles L. Babcock)
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  • 157* a
  • 157* b
  • 159
  • 161
  • 168
  • 169 (2)
  • CIL 11.178 – Funerary monument, with portrait relief, set up during her lifetime by Firmia Apolloia, a freedwoman, for herself and her family and other freedmen and women, AD 25-50 (5, slides CLB)
  • 181
  • 186
  • 191
  • 192
  • CIL 11.195 – Funerary monument, with portrait relief, set up during his lifetime by C. Marius Clemens, a freedman, for himself and his family and other freedmen and women, AD 50-75 (6)
  • 198a
  • 199
  • CIL 11.201 – Funerary monument, with portrait relief, for Paccia Helpis, set up by her husband, M. Valerius Corvinus and her patron, C. Paccius, 1st century AD (4)
  • 210
  • CIL 11.212 – Funerary monument, with portrait relief, for Scaevinia Procilla, set up by her parents, Scaevinius Proculus and Caecilia Quinta, 2nd century AD
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  • 310
  • 314
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  • 340
  • 341
  • 343
  • 344
  • 349 (3)
  • CIL 11.357 – Dedication to the ‘lares’ of the storehouse by L. Lepidius Politicus and C. Pupius Blastus, 1st century AD
  • CIL 11.359 – Dedication to Minerva by Q. Pupius Salvius, beginning of 1st century AD
  • CIL 11.360 – Dedication honoring L. Vicrius Cypaerus, a magistrate who donated to the building of the temple, 2nd century AD
  • CIL 11.362 – Dedication to Silvanus by L. Valerius Iustus, beginning of 1st century AD (2)
  • CIL 11.365 – Dedication to Augustus on an arch (Arch of Augustus) over the Via Flaminia commemorating his repair of Italy’s main roads, 27 BC  (3)
  • CIL 11.366 – Record that C. Caesar, consul and son of Augustus, paved all the roads in Ariminum, 1st century AD
  • CIL 11.367 – Dedication on a five-arch bridge (Tiberius Bridge) over the river Arminus (mod. Marecchia) commemorating its construction by Augustus and then Tiberius, AD 20  (7)
  • CIL 11.368 – Building inscription of Domitian, AD 93
  • CIL 11.369 – Fragments of a dedication honoring Antoninus Pius, ordered by decree of the city decurions, AD 138-161
  • CIL 11.370 – Fragment of a statue base honoring Antoninus Pius, mid-2nd century AD
  • CIL 11.375 – Fragment of a building inscription, beginning of 2nd century AD
  • CIL 11.393 – Statue base honoring C. Nonius Caepianus and his long military career, 2nd century AD
  • CIL 11.396 – Epitaph of C. Vibennius Priscus, beginning of 2nd century AD (2)

 

 

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