CIL XI. 102* 1 - 396

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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
AEG = Arthur E. and Joyce S. Gordon Collection

  • 102* 1
  • 102* 2
  • 102* 3 (2)
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  • 102* 6
  • 103* 1 (2)
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  • 108* 1
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  • 109* 1
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  • 109* 3
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  • 109* 6
  • 109* 7 (2)
  • CIL 11.136a* (= CIL 6.100) – Dedication to the gods and goddesses by C. Iulius Arn. Africanus of Brixellum, a commander in the 9th praetorian cohort, July 23, AD 157
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  • 157* a
  • 157* b
  • CIL 11.250* (= 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” – AEG (2) 

 

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  • 7
  • 11
  • 18
  • 19 (4)
  • 20 (4)
  • CIL 11.28 – Funerary monument with portrait relief for a family of freedmen and women, ca. AD 50-75 (4)
  • 29
  • CIL 11.30 – Epitaph with portrait relief for Athenius set up by his wife, Quarta Aufidiae, mid-1st century AD (8)
  • CIL 11.38 – Epitaph with portrait relief for M. Aurelius Theodotus, aged four, set up by his parents, M. Aurelius Theodotus and Poppeia Secundina, late 2nd–mid 3rd century AD
  • 39 (2)
  • 42
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  • 49
  • 51
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  • 58
  • 61 – CLB (2 slides)
  • 63
  • 64
  • 65 (4)
  • 67
  • 80
  • 87
  • CIL 11.88 – Epitaph with portrait relief for Phallaeus, a helmsman in the fleet at Ravenna, mid-1st century AD (5)
  • 89
  • 99
  • 100
  • 116
  • 118
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  • 128
  • 129
  • 135
  • 138
  • 139 (13, slides gift of Charles L. Babcock)
  • 145
  • 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
  • 221
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  • 243
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  • 250
  • 310
  • 314
  • 320
  • 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)