Gordon, A.E. and J.S. Album of Dated Latin Inscriptions. Berkeley and Los Angeles 1958-1965.

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

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

  • No. 1 (= CIL 6.40885) – Boundary marker with edict of L. Sentius, praetor, 93-89 BCE – AEG (3), CLB (2)
  • No. 2 (= CIL 6.1319) – Tomb of C. Publicius Bibulus, first half of 1st century BCE  (2)
  • No. 3 (= CIL 6.31540a, CIL 6.31540d.f.m., CIL 6.31540h, CIL 6.37027) – Boundary stones of the Tiber River, 54 BCE
  • No. 4 (= CIL 6.872, CIL I2: 2.1, 797, CIL 6.31188) – Marble base dedicated to Julius Caesar, ca. 44-42 BCE – AEG (5 photos), CLB (slide) – EDR104731EDR103044
  • No. 5 (= CIL 6.37077 (+ CIL 6.849)) – Funerary inscription for C. Vibius Pansa Caetronianus, ca. 43 BCE – CLB
  • No. 6 (= CIL 6.7467) – Columbarium tablet of a wardrobe slave to Scribonia, ex-wife of Augustus, 40 or 39 BCE
  • No. 7 (= CIL 6.2295) – Fasti Arvalium, fragment of a calendar of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), ca.  29-21 BCE, with later Augustan additions
  • No. 8 (= CIL 6.849) – Part of a religious dedication (?), April 4, 20 BC  (see also, CIL 6.37077 file) – AEG, CLB
  • No. 9 (= CIL I2:1, pp. 16-42) – Fasti Consulares, 30 BCE or 18-17 BCE (54, 8 slides gift of Charles L. Babcock) 
  • No. 11 (= CIL I2:1, pp. 43-54) – Fasti Triumphales from the Arch of Augustus, after March 27, 19 BCE, perhaps as late as 2 BCE  (22) 
  • No. 13 (= CIL 6.1274) – Epitaph of Caecilia Metella on a marble plaque on the side of her tomb, 27 BCE–14 CE (Augustan, probably early or mid-Augustan)  (3 + architectural sketch)
  • No. 14 (= CIL 6.37075, CIL 6.41061) – Funerary monument for Potitus Valerius Messalla, between 17 BCE and 14 CE (5 + drawing and an early attempt at restoration by A.E. Gordon of then undiscovered right half)
  • No. 15 (= CIL 6.23532) – Funerary inscription for Oppia Theano, freedwoman of C. Oppius, 14 BCE
  • No. 16-17 (= CIL 6.1375) – Two nearly identical statue bases near Cestius’ pyramid (CIL 6.1374) to commemorate the deceased C. Cestius and the commissioning of the statues by the five heirs of Cestius and his brother, not later than 12 BCE   (5)
  • No. 19 (= CIL 6.31702) – Fragment of the record of the restoration of a public monument by the consuls of 9 BCE, 9 BCE (2)
  • No. 20 (= CIL 6.31541c) – Boundary marker of the Tiber River, 8 BCE
  • No. 21 (= CIL 6.36789) – Fragment of an inscription commemorating the votive games given by the consuls of 8 BCE to honor the safe return of Augustus to Rome, 8 BCE  (2)
  • No. 22 (= CIL 6.1236, CIL 6.31542a) – Boundary marker of the Tiber River, 7 or 6 BCE (probably June 26, 7 BCE–June 25, 6 BCE)  (slide and photo, CLB, negative AEG)
  • No. 23 (= CIL 6.763) – Dedication to Stata Mater on a statue base by a ‘magister vici,’ ca. 6 BCE – EDR177949
  • No. 24 (= CIL 6.11034) – Tablet verifying the records kept by the curators of the columbarium, M. Aemilius Crestus and M. Fabius Felix, September 30, 6 BCE
  • No. 25 – Epitaph of a steward, October 16, 6 BCE  (2)
  • No. 28 (= CIL 6.41062) – Laudatio Turiae, eulogy by a husband for his wife, ca. 8-2 BCE – AEG (5), CLB (3)
  • No. 29 (= CIL 6.31772) – Inscriptions recording repairs to a building, side 1, 3 BCE; side 2, ca. 41-42 CE  (2)  See also, no. 85.
  • No. 30 (= CIL 6.9730) – Epitaph for Gnome, a hairdresser and slave to Pieris, January 28, 2 BCE
  • No. 32 (= CIL 6.10286-10287) - Fasti Magistrorum Vici, the Roman calendar and list of consuls and censors, 43 BCE–3 CE  (2)
  • No. 34 (= CIL 6.34013) – Record of work done on the tomb building (?) of a burial society by one of its officers, Mellax Veidianus, at his own expense, January 1–June 30, 1 CE
  • No. 35 (= CIL 6.30975) – Votive inscription recording the dedication of an altar to Jupiter and other gods, January 1-June 30, 1 CE
  • No. 36 (= CIL I2:1, pp. 231-239a) – Fasti Praenestini, January 1-3, 6-15, 20-24 CE + uncertain fragment (5, slide gift of Charles L. Babcock)
  • No. 41 (= CIL 6.889) – Epitaph for Gaius, son of Germanicus Caesar and Agrippina the Elder, 12 CE (3) – EDR103407
  • No. 43 (= CIL 6.3985) – Columbarium plaque with epitaphs of two of the empress Livia’s slaves: Tyrannus, her doctor, and Isochrysus, a wardrobe servant, late Augustan, early reign of Tiberius
  • No. 44 (= CIL 6.8755) – Columbarium plaque with epitaph of Zethus, a slave who served as a cook for Marcella, younger daughter of Augustus’ sister Octavia and C. Claudius Marcellus, Augustan period
  • No. 45 (= CIL 6.9892) – Columbarium plaque with epitaph of Thymele, keeper of silks (sericaria) and slave of Marcella, niece of Augustus, 1st century CE, Augustan or Tiberian
  • No. 46 (= CIL 6.8967) – Epitaph of Hyblaeus and Ismenus, brothers who were from the school headed by Ramus, a slave of Tiberius, 14-37 CE, perhaps as early as 4 CE
  • No. 47 – Epitaph of Apollonius Maecenatianus, a slave, 8 BCE–4 CE
  • No. 50 (= CIL 6.19926) – Funerary inscription for C. Iulius Delphus Maecenatianus, freedman of Augustus, and his family, post-Augustan – AEG, CLB   (5)
  • No. 51 – Epitaph of Pinytus, a freedman, and his wife, Herodias, after the deification of Augustus (September 17, 14 CE)
  • No. 52 (= CIL 6.37836) – Dedication commemorating Menander, a charioteer (bigarius), and his victories in the Ludi Martiales with his horses Basiliscus and Rusticus and in the Ludi Victoriae Caesaris with his horses Hister and Corax, 15 CE – AEG (2), CLB
  • No. 53 (= CIL 6.31541h) – Boundary marker of the Tiber River, 15 CE, except line 1, which must be after 30-33 CE – AEG
  • No. 54 (= CIL 6.31543) – Record of the restoration of part of the Tiber embankment by the Tiber commission, ca. 15 CE  (2)
  • No. 56 (= CIL 6.7479) – Columbarium tablet with epitaph of D. Caecilius Optatus, aged two years and eight months, April 12, 16 CE
  • No. 58 (= CIL 6.32340) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales Fratres), 21 CE
  • No. 59 (= CIL 6.40353) – Inscription honoring Drusus the Younger, 14-23 CE
  • No. 60 (= CIL 6.10051) – Epitaph of Scirtus, slave and charioteer for the Whites, with a list of all his races from 13-25 CE, set up by his wife (?), Carisia Nesis, a freedwoman, 25 CE or shortly after (3)
  • No. 62 (= CIL 6.2024, fr. e) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), ca. 27 CE
  • No. 63 (= CIL 6.34018) – Fragment of an epitaph (?), 28 CE
  • No. 64 (= CIL 6.10293) – Fragment of a register of members in a burial association, 29 CE or a few years before
  • No. 66 (= CIL 6.2299) – Fragment of the Fasti Vaticani, 15-31 CE
  • No. 67 (= CIL 11.3781) – Dedication of expenses of games, apparently in honor of Tiberius, by a freedman, a sevir  Augustales (?), 34 CE
  • No. 68 (= CIL 6.33950) – Funerary plaque from a columbarium for Fuscus, a charioteer for the Greens, set up by a fellow slave, ca. 35 CE or a little later
  • No. 69 (= CIL 6.2025, fr. a) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 33-36 CE  (2)
  • No. 74 (= CIL 6.1253b, 6.31565c) – Boundary marker of the Aqua Virgo aquaduct, 36-37 CE
  • No. 75 (= CIL 6.4345) – Columbarium plaque with epitaph of Proculus, head of the German bodyguard of Claudius (‘Ti. Germanicus’) before he was emperor, ca. 14-41 CE
  • No. 76 – Epitaph of Tyrannus, a cook and slave of the emperor Claudius (before his accession), set up by his wife, Viola, 4-41 CE
  • No. 77 (= CIL 6.8740) – Epitaph of Vinia, set up by her husband Onesimus, steward to Claudius before he became emperor, 4-41 CE
  • No. 79 (= CIL 6.886, CIL 6.31192, 6.40372) – Epitaph of Agrippina the Elder, probably April, 37 CE  (5, AJH, CLB) –EDR092858
  • No. 80 (= CIL 6.892) – Epitaph of Tiberius “Gemellus,” son of Drusus the Younger (son of the emperor Tiberius) and Livilla (sister of Germanicus and the emperor Claudius), ca. 37 CE – CLB (2) – EDR103410
  • No. 81 (= CIL 6.8927) – Epitaph of Ti. Iulius Hilarus, imperial freedman and naval commander, set up by his wife, Claudia Basilea, Tiberian period or shortly after
  • No. 82 (= CIL 6.2028, fr. a) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 38 CE  (2)
  • No. 83 (= CIL 6.32346, fr. e) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), ca. 39 CE
  • No. 84 (= CIL 6.891) – Fragment of a funerary inscription of Julia Livilla, youngest child of Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder, 41 CE – CLB (2) – EDR103409
  • No. 85 (= CIL 6.31772) – Inscriptions recording repairs to a building, side 1, 3 BCE side 2, ca. 41-42 CE (2)  See also, no. 29.
  • No. 86 (= CIL 14.2241) – Fragments of the Fasti Feriarum Latinarum, 40-43 CE
  • No. 87 (= CIL 6.14642) – Epitaph of Celadus, slave to Britannicus, the son of the emperor Claudius, CE 41-43
  • No. 88 (= CIL 14.2097)
  • No. 90 (= CIL 14.40414)
  • No. 91 (= ILCV 3446) – Metrical epitaph for Proiecta, a Christian, composed by Pope Damasus, 383 CE (8)
  • No. 92 (= CIL 6.31721) – Epitaph of M. Licinius Crassus Frugi, ca. 47 CE  (7)
  • No. 93 (= CIL 6.31722) – Epitaph of Cn. Pompeius Magnus, son of M. Licinus Crassus Frugi, ca. 47 CE
  • No. 94 (= CIL 6.918, 6.31202) – Votive dedication of a golden object (a statuette?) to the emperor Claudius by C. Julius Postumus, prefect of Egypt, 47-48 CE  (2) – EDR103894
  • No. 96 (= CIL 6.37023)
  • No. 98 (= CIL 6.31545) – Boundary marker of the Tiber River set up by the Tiber commissioners (curatores riparum et alvei Tiberis) to mark the river bank from the Trigarium to the Pons Agrippae, reign of Claudius, 41-54 CE
  • No. 99 (= CIL 6.4353) – Columbarium plaque with epitaph of Philonicus, an imperial slave under (probably) Claudius, 41-54 CE
  • No. 100 (= CIL 6.40412) – Two inscriptions, from a statue base (?), honoring the emperor Claudius and his brother, Germanicus Caesar, 41-54 CE (3)
  • No. 101 (= CIL 6.8843) – Epitaph for Lucia (?) Pelagia set up by her husband, a slave dispensator under the emperor Claudius, 41-54 CE
  • No. 102 (= CIL 6.2034) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 54 CE (2)
  • No. 103 (= CIL 6.921, CIL 6.31204) – Three of five surviving dedications honoring the family of Emperor Claudius (brother Germanicus, mother Antonia, wife Agrippina, adopted son Nero, and daughter Octavia) that accompanied portraits on a triumphal arch commemorating Claudius’ victories in Britain, January 25, 51 CE–January 24, 52 CE – EDR103896
  • No. 104 (= CIL 6.32357) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales Fratres), ca. 55 or 56 CE
  • No. 106 (= CIL 6.268) – Dedication to Minerva Augusta by officers in a guild of fullers, December 1, 57 CE – EDR121504
  • No. 107 (= CIL 6.2039) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), late 57 CE (2)
  • No. 109 (= CIL 6.41075) – Epitaph of Quintus Veranius and his daughter (?), 58 or 59 CE  (3)
  • Nos. 110-111 (= CIL 6.2042, fr. a, e, f) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 59-60 CE
  • No. 112 – Funerary monument for Nymphodotus, an imperial freedman, set up by his wife and heirs, 39-61 CE
  • 113  AEG + CLB
  • No. 114 (= CIL 6.396, 6.30753, 14.222*,3) – Votive dedication on a statue base to Jupiter Optimus Maximus and the Genius Venalicius (of the slave market) by P. Acilius Cerdo, a slave dealer (?), with erasure of Nero’s name, first half of 60 CE  (AEG (2), CLB (1)) - EDR178541
  • No. 115 (= CIL 6.16521) – Epitaph of Felix, freedman of Cn. Cossutius, ca. 62 CE
  • No. 116 (= CIL 6.2043) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 63 CE (2)
  • No. 117 (= CIL 6.2329) – Epitaph of Claudia Lachne, a freedwoman, set up by her husband, Philippus Rustianus, a public slave, ca. 41-65 CE
  • No. 119 (= CIL 6.2044) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), ca. 66 CE
  • No. 120 – Funerary inscription for Indus, a member of Nero’s bodyguard, set up by his brother, Eumenes, also a member of the bodyguard, 54-68 CE
  • No. 121 (= CIL 6.927) – Dedication to Nero and Silvanus by Faustus, one of Nero's slaves, 54-68 CE
  • No. 123 (= CIL 6.8680, 6.33743) – Fragments of a dedication to the protective deities of the Horrea Galbae warehouses, late 68 CE (2)
  • No. 124 (= CIL 6.1572, 6.41077) – Epitaph of a Roman official in the reign of Nero, 54-68 CE or little later – EDR093355
  • No. 125 (= CIL 6.2051) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 69 CE
  • No. 127 (= CIL 6.2051) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 69 CE
  • No. 128 – Dedication by officials and their wives of a shrine in honor of a local spring, May 24, 70 CE
  • No. 129 (= CIL 6.2052) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 70 CE
  • No. 131 (= CIL 6.2053, fr. b + e) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 72 CE
  • No. 133 (= CIL 6.31547) – Boundary marker indicating the right bank of the Tiber River set up by the Tiber commissioner, July-December, 73 CE
  • No. 134 (= CIL 6.31548a) – Boundary marker indicating the right bank of the Tiber River set up by the Tiber commissioner, July-December, 74 CE
  • No. 135 (= CIL 6.40854) – Boundary stone of the pomerium set up by Vespasian and Titus, mid-March–June, 75 CE – AEG, CLB
  • No. 136 (= CIL 6.933, 6.31208) – Record of the restoration of a public vineyard by Vespasian via the college of pontiffs, 75 CE – EDR103910
  • No. 137 (= CIL 6.1232, 6.31538b) – Boundary marker of the pomerium, set up by Vespasian and Titus, 75 CE – CLB  (2)
  • No. 138 (= CIL 6.235, 6.30722, 6.3254*) – Dedication by Saturninus and Successus, two slaves, overseers in the public granaries, to the Genius of their warehouse for the welfare of the Imperial family, 75 CE – EDR132249
  • No. 139 (= CIL 14.86)
  • No. 140 (= CIL 6.1348) – Epitaph for Sextus Appius Severus, set up by his daughter, 70-77 CE
  • No. 141 (= CIL 6.2056) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 78 CE
  • No. 142 (= CIL 6.3580) – Epitaph for M. Blossius Pudens, centurion of the Legio V Macedonica, set up by M. Blossius Olympicus, his freedman, 69-79 CE (2)
  • No. 143 (= CIL 6.942, 11.3734) – Record of a building construction or repairs by the emperor Titus, July-December, 79 CE (2) - EDR094053
  • No. 144 (= CIL 6.2059) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 80-81 CE
  • No. 145 (= CIL 6.328) – Dedication to Hercules Victor by C. [Vibi]us Fronto, the quaestors’ summoner, on a large circular altar, heavily carved with attributes of Hercules, June 29, 81 CE (2) – EDR121378
  • No. 146 (= CIL 6.2064) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), early 86 CE
  • No. 147 (= CIL 6.398) – Dedication on an altar to Jupiter Optimus Maximus, the Sun, and the Genius of the slave market by Felix, freedman of Q. Iulius Maximus and Iulia Romana, his wife, January 1-12, 86 CE – EDR121358
  • No. 148 (= CIL 6.2065) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 87 CE  (2)
  • No. 149 (= CIL 6.2066) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 89 CE
  • No. 150 (= CIL 6.2067) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 90 CE
  • No. 151 (= CIL 6.2068) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 91 CE
  • No. 152 (= CIL 6.25527) – Record of repairs to a ‘solarium’ and surrounding areas, including seats, pavement, and part of a tomb, made by P. Rubrius Trophimus and P. Rubrius Agatho at their own expense, 94 CE
  • No. 154 (= CIL 6.15368) – Epitaph of Claudia Bassilla, age seven and a half, set up by Daphnus, a slave of the emperor Domitian, ca. 83-96 CE
  • No. 155 (= CIL 6.33470) – Epitaph for Epaphroditus, a slave of Domitian, set up by his colleague, Syntrophus, probably 83-96 CE
  • No. 157 (= CIL 6.6619) – Epitaph for Primus, slave of Nero’s wife, Statilia Messallina, set up by his uncle, Statilius Hesychus, a freedman, between 66 and 96 CE, probably 68 CE (?)
  • No. 158 (= CIL 6.952) – Record of a building construction by Nerva, 97 CE – EDR103967
  • No. 159 – Dedication on a statue base to Jupiter Epulo by servants of members of the college of septemviri epulones, May 28, 98 CE (2)
  • No. 160 (= CIL 6.451, 6.30769) – Dedication of a shrine to the Lares Augusti, the Genius of the Emperors, and Trajan by the officials of the Vicus Censori, who restored the shrine at their own expense, late December, 100 CE – EDR121647
  • No. 161 (= CIL 6.2074) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 101 CE
  • No. 162 (= CIL 6.1239a, CIL 6.31549d) – Boundary maker of the Tiber River set up by T. Iulius Ferox, overseer of the Tiber and Sewers (under authority of Trajan), 101 CE (3)
  • No. 167 (= CIL 6.955) – Dedication on a statue base to Trajan by 35 Roman tribes of the urban plebs frumentaria in gratitude for his increasing their privileges, 103 CE (3) – EDR103978
  • No. 168 (=  CIL 6.956) – Dedication to Trajan by the sagarii of the Theater of Marcellus on a statue base, 104 CE (2) –EDR103979
  • No. 169 (= CIL 6.2075, 6.32372) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 105 CE (8)
  • No. 170 (= CIL 6.40501) – Fragments of a dedication (of a shrine?) to Trajan by the cultores larum et imaginum of the imperial household, 108-109 CE or 107-108 CE
  • No. 171 (= CIL 6.452) – Dedication of a restored shrine to the Lares Augusti of the Vicus Iovis Fagutalis [and to the Genius of the Emperors] (particularly to Trajan?) by the magistri of the Vicus, 108-109 CE – EDR121648
  • No. 173a (= CIL 6.37834) – Fragments of an inscription honoring the charioteer Avilius Teres, with a long list of the names of horses, after 110 CE, perhaps around 120 CE  (5) + notes by A.E. Gordon (2)
  • No. 174 (= CIL 6.221) – Dedication of a shrine to the Genius of their centuria and to their centuria by twelve minor officers, probably of the 5th cohort of the vigiles, 113 CE – EDR152602
  • No. 175 (= CIL 6.44) – A dedication to Hercules Augustus by Felix, an imperial freedman in charge of the technical side of the mint in Rome, and a list of the freedmen and slaves working under him, January 28, 115 CE (3) –EDR143724
  • No. 177 (= CIL 6.2080, 6. 32375)– Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 120 CE
  • No. 178 (= CIL 1233a, 6.31639a, see also 6.40855) – Boundary stone of the pomerium, restored by the college of augurs by decree of the senate and the authority of Hadrian, between April and December 9, 121 CE
  • No. 180 (= CIL 10.6321) – A statue base (?) honoring Q. Roscius Coelius Murena Silius Decianus Vibullius Pius Iulius Eurycles Herclanus Pompeius Falco, 122-124 CE (2)
  • No. 181 (= CIL 6.40865) – Boundary stone of the Tiber restored by L. Messius Rusticus, overseer of the Tiber and sewer system, under the authority of Hadrian, between December 10, 123 CE and December 9, 124 CE
  • No. 182 (= CIL 6.4228) – Epitaph of M. Ulpius Menophilus, an imperial freedman and assistant to the procurator ‘ab ornamentis’, 126 CE
  • No. 184 (= CIL 6.30901) – Fragment (right side) of a dedication to ‘Hercules of the House of Augustus’ by three workmen, June 1, 128 CE
  • No. 185 (= CIL 6.208a) – Votive dedication on an altar by C. Marcius Salvianus of Norba to the Genius of a company of the 10th Praetorian cohort, following his discharge after eighteen years of service, 130 CE – EDR100463
  • No. 186 (= CIL 6.219) – Building record of a marble shrine with a folding door by a company of the 4th cohort [of Vigiles], inscribed on the architrave with entablature and carved pediment above, 130 CE
  • No. 187 (= CIL 6.1884) – Memorial dedication set up by Valens Phaedimianus, an imperial freedman, to honor M. Ulpius Phaedimus, imperial freedman and Trajan’s personal servant, whose remains were returned to Rome from Selinus (Cilicia) with permission from the college of pontiffs, 130 CE (4)
  • No. 188 (= CIL 6.31140) – Altar dedicated to Jupiter Optimus Maximus and other gods, including the Genius of the Equites Singulares, by the men honorably discharged by Hadrian in 132 CE, whose names are on the sides of the altar, 132 CE – CLB
  • No. 193 (= CIL 14.3003) – Building record of M. Scurreius Fontinalis, priest of Fortuna Primigenia and head of a carpenters’ guild, and his son, Vestalis, ca. 117-138 CE
  • No. 194 (= CIL 6.8991) – Metrical epitaph of L. Marius Vitalis, who died while traveling with Hadrian at age 17, set up by his mother, Maria Malchis, probably 117-138 CE (reign of Hadrian)
  • No. 196 (= CIL 14.2112)
  • No. 197 (= CIL 14.2799)
  • No. 198 (= CIL 6.999, 6.31221) – Dedication on a statue base to Antoninus Pius by scribes of the imperial armory, 138 CE (between July 10 and Dec. 10 CE?) – EDR104056
  • No. 199 (= CIL 14.98) – Record of Antoninus Pius building public baths with his own funds, along with funds promised by Hadrian, December, 138 CE  (2)
  • No. 202 (= CIL 6.30889) – Dedication of an altar to Hercules by L. Antonius Caricus, 40 CE
  • No. 203 (= CIL 6.635, CIL 6.30805) – Votive dedication (on a statue base?) to Silvanus by C. Iulius Castrensis, May 24, 141 CE (5) - EDR136695
  • No. 205 (= CIL 6.1001) – Dedication to Antoninus Pius by the senate and people of Rome in honor of his public religious observances, 143 CE (2) - EDR104055
  • No. 208 (= CIL 6.32379, fr. b) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 145 CE  (4)
  • No. 209 (= CIL 6.1008) – Dedication on a statue base to Marcus Aurelius by keepers of sacred chickens (pullarii), 146 CE – EDR104062
  • No. 210 (= CIL 6.644) – Dedication to Silvanus of the Flavians by Cassianus, freedman of Celadus (a freedman of one of the Flavian emperors), and his two sons, March 18, 149 CE (2) – EDR119078
  • No. 211 (= CIL 6.327, 6.106*, 6.2791*) – Dedication to Hercules Invictus on a brass bowl with base and pedestal by L. Curtius Abascantus and his son Gaudens, May 24, 149 CE – EDR121707
  • No. 214 (= CIL 6.855) – Record of the assignment of a place for a dedication by Salvius Julianus and Popilius Pedo, commissioners of temples and public work, September 19, 150 CE – AEG, CLB
  • No. 215 (= CIL 14.250)
  • No. 216 (= CIL 14.4237) – Honorary inscription for Manius Acilius Glabrio Cn. Cornelius Severus set up by the Senate and people of Tibur, 152 CE
  • No. 218 (= CIL 6.2086) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 155 CE  (2, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • No. 220 (= CIL 6.31153) – Dedication of an altar to Apollo by T. Aurelius Domitius on his discharge as a hastilarius, 158 CE
  • No. 221 (= CIL 6.2378, CIL 6.32519, 6.32911) – Fragments of a list of soldiers in the urban cohorts and the praetorian guard who were honorably discharged in 158 CE, 158 CE  (3)
  • No. 222 (= CIL 14.2410) – Record on a statue base of the dedication of an assignment of land for this monument as well as sums of money paid to local officials for allowing the honoree to set up and paint a portrait of his sister, Manlia Severina, chief of the Alban Vestal Virgins, on a monument in front of the New Temple, December 24, 158 CE
  • No. 224 (= CIL 6.1119b) – Assignment of a public space for a dedication (of a statue?) by the commissioners of public works, recorded on a statue base (left side) that was later reused for a dedication to Diocletian (see CIL 6.1119a), December 15, 161 CE (2) – EDR128656
  • No. 226 (= CIL 6.2091) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 162-164 CE  (3)
  • No. 227 (= CIL 6.552) – Dedication of a wellhead decorated with nymphs by Oarinus, an imperial enslaved footman or attendant, to his fellow servants, 164 CE (2) – EDR182835
  • No. 228 (= 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, 167 CE  (2)
  • No. 230 (= CIL 6.3559, 6.32989) – Record of the building of a shrine, with a platform for military standards, dedicated by the soldiers whose names are listed in the inscription, 168 CE  (2)
  • No. 231 (= CIL 6.3711, 6.31009) – Altar dedicated to Silvanus by C. Humidius Quietus after his discharge from the 8th praetorian cohort, 161-169 CE  (4)
  • No. 233 (= CIL 6.1449) – Fragmentary epitaph of M. Macrionius Avitus Catonius Vindex, former consul and governor of Upper and Lower Moesia, set up by his wife Iunia Flaccinilla and their daughter Macrinia Rufina, 171-182 CE  (2) –EDR110750
  • No. 234 (= CIL 14.3643)
  • No. 236 (= CIL 6.1540, CIL 6.41145) – Two fragments of a statue base honoring T. Pomponius Proculus Vitrasius Pollio, 178-180 CE (6, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • No. 237 (= CIL 6.32383) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales Fratres), 169-177 CE (frag. a)/170-176 CE (frag. b), possibly as late as 180-182 CE  (5)
  • No. 238 (= CIL 6.213) – Dedication on the pediment of an altar (no longer extant) by the centurion, Q. Socconius Primus, the evocati, and soldiers of the Praetorians to the Genius of their company, June 1, 18 CE (3) – EDR172811
  • No. 239 (= CIL 6.1979) – Fragment of the fasti of the Salii Palatini, 178-181 CE (3, with note by A.E. Gordon)
  • No. 240 (= CIL 14.367)
  • No. 242 (= CIL 6.2099, 6.32386) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 183 CE (5, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • No. 243 (= CIL 6.723) – Dedication of an altar to Sol Invictus Mithras by M. Aurelius Euprepes, an imperial freedman, which he made because of a dream or vision, June 2, 184 CE (3, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • No. 244 (= CIl 14.110)
  • No. 245 (= CIL 6.41271) – Honorary inscription from a statue base (?) for L. Iulius Vehilius Gamus (?), praetorian prefect, 189-190 CE 
  • No. 247 (= CIL 14.65)
  • 248 + sq
  • No. 249 (= CIL 6.414b) – The second of two tablets recording the enlargement of the sanctuary of Jupiter Dolichenus (mentioned in first tablet), in recognition of the safety of Commodus (whose name is erased) by M. Caecilius M. F. Rufus, who made several improvements to the sanctuary, July 31, 191 CE  (3) – EDR076274
  • No. 252 (= CIL 14.16)
  • No. 253 (= CIL 6.308) – Dedication in two hands to Hercules Defensor by M. Silius Messalla, consul, of a marble base that features some erasure, with Messalla’s name as a likely substitution for someone else; possibly initially dedicated to Commodus as Hercules, ca. May-June, 193 CE or 193-197 CE (3, with notes by A.E. Gordon) – EDR136697
  • No. 254 (= CIL 6.724) – Dedication, probably of a statue, to Mithras by M. Aurelius Euprepes, an imperial freedman, together with his children on a marble pillar, April 25, 194 CE  (3, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • No. 255 (= CIL 6.1585a-b) – Three letters, in two different hands, from imperial accountants about allocations for building a home for Adrastus, an imperial freedman who was caretaker of the Column of Marcus Aurelius, 193 CE
  • No. 256 (= CIL 14.112)
  • No. 257 (= CIL 14.2)
  • No. 258 (= CIL 6.85) – Dedication of “Castors,” on two identical marble bases (probably statues of Castor and Pollux, one on each base), to the guild of public grain measurers by Marcus Aelius Rusticus, director of the guild, in celebration of his birthday (?), May 18, 198 CE – EDR161221 (85a), EDR164508 (85b)
  • No. 259 (= CIL 6.1052) – Dedication on a statue base (?) to Caracalla by the 24 teachers of the institution (Caput Africae) for the training of Imperial pages called a capite Africae, October 15, 198 CE – EDR104170
  • No. 260 (= CIL 14.4254)
  • No. 262 (= CIL 14.252)
  • No. 264 (= CIL 6.1030) – Dedication, on the right three fourths of a large tablet, to joint emperors Septimius Severus and Caracalla by a Roman magistrate, 201 CE  (2) – EDR104089
  • No. 265 (= CIL 6.3768, CIL 6.31322) – Dedication by L. Accius Iustus and his family for the health, victory and return of emperors Severus and Caracalla, Geta Caesar, Julia Domna and the imperial household (from the Parthian War?), 198-209 CE, probably 202 CE (6)
  • No. 267 (= CIL 6.1475, CIL 6.41192) – Dedication honoring M. Nummius Umbrius Primus M. Filius Gal. Senecio Albinus, former consul (with his ‘cursus honorum’), 206 CE  (2)
  • No. 268 (= CIL 6.1062) – Dedication to Caracalla by a dedicant whose name is lost, 210-212 CE (3) – EDR104191
  • No. 269 (= CIL 6.40646) – Dedication to Caracalla and his mother, Julia Domna (?), ca. 16 May– 3 June, 212 CE
  • No. 270 (= CIL 6.1065) – Dedication to Caracalla by metal dealers (negotiantes vascularii), “devoted to the majesty" of “their protector,” 213 CE (3) – EDR104192
  • No. 271 (= CIL 6.15, 6.1071, 6.36883, 6.40641) – A votive dedication for the health and victory of Caracalla, his mother, Julia Domna, and the whole Imperial family by Eutychus, an imperial slave [steward?], 212-217 CE (2) – EDR093038
  • No. 272 (= CIL 6.2103, fr. b) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 213 or 214 CE (3)
  • No. 274 (= CIL 10.6569/IG 14.911) – Bilingual epitaph for Sex. Varius Marcellus (father of Elagabalus), set up by his wife, Julia Soaemias Bassiana and their children, between April 8, 217 and May 16, 218 CE or soon after  (3)
  • No. 275 (= CIL 6.2384, CIL 6.32526, fr. i) – Fragment of a list of urban cohorts discharged in CE 218 after serving 20-21 years, 218 CE (3)
  • No. 278 (= CIL 6.1367) – Dedication on a base honoring Helvinus (C. Caerellius Pollittianus), former proconsul of Macedonia and patron of the dedicators, Boncii Victorinus, Agentius and Brutto, 218-221 CE (3)
  • No. 279 (= CIL 6.1491, CIL 14.2803) – Fragments of an honorary inscription for Q. Pompeius Falco Sosius Priscus, 212-217 CE or 218-222 CE (9)
  • No. 280 (= CIL 6.2107, CIL 6.23290a) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 224 CE (4, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • No. 282 (= CIL 6.13) – Two separate dedications on three sides of an altar: on the front, a dedication to health of emperor Severus Alexander and his mother, Julia Mamaea by Aurelius Silvanus, a (military?) tribune; on the left, a dedication to Asclepius by Q. Ennius Sabianus (the younger); on the right, a list of names, including Q. Ennius Sabianus (the elder), who dedicated the altar (?), October 21, 228 CE  (5, with notes by A.E. Gordon) – EDR161177
  • No. 283 (= CIL 6.40684) (2)
  • No. 284 (= CIL 6.428) – A dedication for the safe return of Caracalla (?) that was interrupted (by his death?) and then amended and reused as a similar dedication to Severus Alexander and his mother, Julia Mamaea, by Domitius Bassus, centurio frumentarius, acting troop commander in the Castra Peregrina, who decorated a temple of Jupiter Redux there at his own expense, before 235 CE, begun probably ca. 217 CE, except for erasures in line 2, with erasures and name substitutions 230-235 CE  (5) – EDR159171
  • No. 285 (= CIL 6.1159b, cf. CIL 6.1159a, CIL 14.461) – Dedication on the side of a statue base ­by eight officials (1 electus, 3 quinquennales, 4 curatores) of the Augustales (?) of Ostia with relief of a water jug (urceus), March 12, 239 CE (4)
  • No. 286 (= CIL 6.1089, 6.31238) – Dedication to Gordian III by Cornelia Praetextata in honor of his generosity, 239 CE (2) – EDR110583
  • No. 288 – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), 240 CE
  • No. 292 (= CIL 6.531) – Altar dedicated to Nemesis by M. Aurelius Romanus, a junior officer of the prison of the 12th urban cohort (Gordiana), 239-244 CE (3) – EDR176351
  • No. 293 (= CIL 6.1447, 6.31657) – Dedication on the front and right side of statue base for L. Lorenius Palat. Crispinus, former consul, by the Lorenii (probably freedmen), January 1, 244 CE (5, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • No. 294 (= CIL 6.413) – Dedication on an altar to Jupiter Optimus Sanctus Praestantissimus Dolichenus, Juno Sancta, Hera, Castor and Pollux, and Apollo by Thyrsus, a freedman, on behalf of the safety of his patron, himself and his family, autumn, 244 CE (3) – EDR181696
  • 295 (2) + sq (2)
  • No. 297 (= CIL 6.1101) – Dedication to emperor Q. Herennius Etruscus Messius Decius by associations of bankers, scribes, and wine merchants, 251 CE (6) – EDR110602
  • 299 sq (2)
  • No. 301 (= ILCV 2807 adn.) – Epitaph for Marius, a Christian, with images of lambs flanking inscription on either side, January 20, 273 CE (or 276 CE)
  •  (2)
  • No. 302 (= ILCV 645) – Epitaph for Severa Seleuciane, a Christian, with image of loom and shuttle to the right of text, 279 CE
  • No. 304 (= CIL 6.1117) – Dedication on a statue base to Diocletian, later erased and altered to Constantine, by the guild of leather workers and tanners under the supervision of Thessius Secundus (the patron?) of the guild, January 1, 287 CE and later, 312-337 CE (5 - notes by A.E. Gordon) – EDR121813
  • No. 305 (= CIL 6.1118, CIL 6.36885) – Dedication to the co-emperor Maximian (?), whose name was later replaced by Constantine II, by the guild of tanners and leather merchants, ca. AD 287, rewritten ca. 317 CE (5 - notes by A.E. Gordon) – EDR100023
  • No. 306 (= ILCV 4578) – Epitaph for Antoninus (or -a), a Christian, with both horizontal and vertical text, 291 CE
  • No. 307 (= CIL 6.1119a) – Dedication to Diocletian on a statue base (right side) that was previously used for a dedication by the commissioners of public works (see CIL 6.1119b), 293-295 CE (2) – EDR128655
  • No. 308 (= CIL 6.506, 6.30782) – Votive dedication on an altar to Cybele and Attis by L. Cornelius Scipio Orfitus, a senator and augur, after performing the taurobolium and criobolium, with an incised image of a priestly Phrygian cap and a pedum, ca. 295 CE (5, with notes by A.E. Gordon) – EDR121419
  • No. 309 (= CIL 6.402, 6.30755, 10.1089*,6) – Votive dedication on an altar to Jupiter Optimus Maximus, the Sun, and Sarapis by Scipio Orfitus, a senator and augur, ca. 295 CE (3) – EDR121423
  • No. 310 (= CIL 6.1125) – Dedication to co-Emperor Maximian by Septimius Valentio, vice-praetorian prefect, 293-296 CE – AEG, CLB – EDR128711
  • No. 311 (= ILCV 2807A) – Epitaph for Serotina, a Christian infant, last day of February, 296 CE (2)
  • No. 312 (= CIL 6.1242, 6.31556) – Record of Diocletian and Maximian’s restoration of the Tiber bank, which had collapsed, under the supervision of Manius Acilius Balbus Sabinus, overseer of the Tiber bed and banks, 284-305 CE  (3)
  • No. 313 (= CIL 10.6816) – Milestone at the fifth mile from Rome on the Via Appia, with the name of the emperor Maxentius, 307-312 CE (2)
  • No. 316 (= ILCV 1266) – Epitaph for Eq(uitius?) Heraclius, a lector and Christian, with chi-rho symbol and dove, February 7, 338 CE (3)
  • No. 317 (= ILCV 4742) – Epitaph for Dalmatius, a Christian mostly metrical, with carved decoration on either side, 345 CE
  • No. 321 (= CIL 14.3594)
  • No. 322 (= CIL 6.1167) – Fragment of a dedication on a statue base to (likely) Magnentius by Fabius Titianus, urban prefect and judge of appeals, 350-351 CE  (3)
  • 323 sq (2)
  • No. 324 (= CIL 6.1159a; cf. CIL 1159b, CIL 14.461) – Dedication on the front of a statue base to Constantius II by Memmius Vitrasius Orfitus, 353-355 CE  (4)
  • No. 325 (= CIL 6.1160) – Dedication to Constantius II by Flavius Leontius, as urban prefect and judge of appeals, 355-360 CE (6)
  • No. 326 (= CIL 6.1161, CIL 6.36887, 14.461, n.2) – One of two nearly identical dedications on a statue base [with CIL 6.1162] to Constantius II by Memmius Vitrasius Orfitus, urban prefect and judge of appeals, 356-359 CE  (6)
  • 329 sq (2)
  • No. 330 (= ICURns 1, 1937) – Epitaph for Libera, a Christian child, May 5, 374 CE (2)
  • No. 334 (= ILCV 2851) – Epitaph for Part(h)enia, a Christian, September 30, 381 CE  (2)
  • No. 335 (= CIL 14.2917)
  • No. 336 (= CIL 10.6656) – Record of the restoration of public baths at Antium by Anicius Auchenius Bassus, January 379 CE and November, 382 CE  (2)
  • 337 (2) + sq (9)
  • No. 338 (= CIL 14.2934)
  • No. 339 (= CIL 6.1778) – Statue base dedicated to Vettius Agorius Praetextius, a pagan priest and civic official, February 1, 387 CE   (13, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • No. 340 (= CIL 14.139)
  • No. 342 (= CIL 6.503, 6.30779g) – Altar dedicated to the all-powerful gods (i.e. Cybele and Attis) by Lucius Ragonius Venustus, the public augur and Pontifex Vestalis maior, after receiving the taurobolium and criobolium, May 23, 390 CE (2) - EDR121506
  • No. 343 (= CIL 6.1185) – Dedication on a statue base to Theodosius by Faltonius Probus Alypius, the urban prefect, 391 CE  (3)
  • No. 344 (= ILCV 754) – Funerary epigram for Antimio, a Christian, November 5, 392 CE  (2)
  • 346 (3) + sq (2)
  • 350 sq (2)
  • No. 351 (= CIL 6.9920) – Fragment of a list of officers and members of a guild of shopkeepers, with visible guidelines, 402-408 CE, probably 403-406 CE
  • No. 353 (= ICURns 1, 2111) – Epitaph for Fiscus, a Christian, May 21, 417 CE or possibly 420 CE 
  • No. 354 (= CIL 6.40803, CIL 6.2948, 6.3794, 6.3814, 6.36904, 6.37136a) – Record of a building restoration honoring the emperors Honorius and Theodosius II by the urban prefect, Iunius Valerius Bellicus, 410-423 CE, perhaps 417-418 CE
  • 355 + sq (2)
  • 356 sq (2)
  • 358 sq (2)
  • No. 359 (= ICURns 2, 4517) – Epitaph for Restituta, a Christian, August 19, 444 CE (2)
  • No. 361 (= ICURns 1, 1946) – Epitaph of Saturnina and her young sons, Valentinus and Eusebius, June 1, 454 CE
  • No. 362 (= ILCV 134) – Epitaph for Iohannis on the tomb of Petrus, Christian, October 25 (or 15?), 460 CE (2)
  • No. 363 (= ILCV 2650) – Epitaph for Calumniosus, a Christian boy, September 2, 471 CE)