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

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 BC - AEG (3), CLB (2)
  • No. 2 (= CIL 6.1319) - Tomb of C. Publicius Bibulus, 1st half of 1st century BC  (2)
  • No. 3 (= CIL 6.31540a, CIL 6.31540d.f.m., CIL 6.31540h, CIL 6.37027) – Boundary stones of the Tiber River, 54 BC
  • No. 4 (= CIL 6.872) - Marble base dedicated to Julius Caesar, ca. 44-42 BC - AEG (5 photos), CLB (slide)
  • No. 5 (= CIL 6.37077 (+ CIL 6.849)) - Funerary inscription for C. Vibius Pansa Caetronianus, ca. 43 BC - CLB
  • No. 7 (= CIL 6.2295) – Fasti Arvalium, fragment of a calendar of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), ca.  29-21 BC, with later Augustan additions
  • No. 14 (= CIL 6.41061) – Funerary monument for Potitus Valerius Messalla, between 17 BC and AD 14 (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 BC
  • No. 19 (= CIL 6.31702) – Fragment of the record of the restoration of a public monument by the consuls of 9 BC, 9 BC (2)
  • No. 20 (= CIL 6.31541c) – Boundary marker of the Tiber River, 8 BC
  • No. 21 (= CIL 6.36789) – Fragment of an inscription commemorating the votive games given by the consuls of 8 BC to honor the safe return of Augustus to Rome, 8 BC  (2)
  • 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 BC
  • No. 22 (= CIL 6.31542a) – Boundary marker of the Tiber River, 7 or 6 BC (probably June 26, 7 BC – June 25, 6 BC)  (slide and photo, CLB, negative AEG)
  • No. 25 – Epitaph of a steward, October 16, 6 BC  (2)
  • No. 28 (= CIL 6.41062) – Laudatio Turiae, eulogy by a husband for his wife, ca. 8-2 BC - AEG (5), CLB (3)
  • No. 29 (= CIL 6.31772) - Inscriptions recording repairs to a building, side 1, 3 BC; side 2, ca. AD 41-42  (2)  See also, no. 85.
  • No. 30 (= CIL 6.9730) – Epitaph for Gnome, a hairdresser and slave to Pieris, January 28, 2 BC
  • No. 32 (= CIL 6.10286-10287) - Fasti Magistrorum Vici, the Roman calendar and list of consuls and censors, 43 BC – AD 3  (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, AD 1
  • No. 35 (= CIL 6.30975) - Votive inscription recording the dedication of an altar to Jupiter and other gods, January 1-June 30, AD 1
  • No. 46 (= CIL 6.8967) – Epitaph of Hyblaeus and Ismenus, brothers who were from the school headed by Ramus, a slave of Tiberius, AD 14-37, perhaps as early as AD 4
  • No. 47 – Epitaph of Apollonius Maecenatianus, a slave, 8 BC - AD 4
  • 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, AD 14)
  • No. 52 (= CIL 6.37836) – Dedication commemorating a charioteer, Menander, and his horses for their victories at the Ludi Martiales and the ludi victoriae Caesaris, AD 15
  • No. 54 (= CIL 6.31543) - Record of the restoration of part of the Tiber embankment by the Tiber commission, ca. AD 15  (2)
  • No. 58 (= CIL 6.32340) - Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales Fratres), AD 21
  • No. 59 (= CIL 6.40353) – Inscription honoring Drusus the Younger, AD 14-23
  • No. 62 (= CIL 6.2024, fr. e) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), ca. AD 27
  • No. 63 (= CIL 6.34018) – Fragment of an epitaph (?), AD 28
  • No. 66 (= CIL 6.2299) – Fragment of the Fasti Vaticani, AD 15-31
  • No. 67 (= CIL 11.3781) – Dedication of expenses of games, apparently in honor of Tiberius, by a freedman, a sevir Augustales (?), AD 34
  • No. 68 (= CIL 6.33950) – Funerary plaque from a columbarium for Fuscus, a charioteer for the Greens, set up by a fellow slave, ca. AD 35 or a little later
  • No. 69 (= CIL 6.2025, fr. a) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 33-36  (2)
  • No. 76 – Epitaph of Tyrannus, a cook and slave of the emperor Claudius (before his accession), set up by his wife, Viola, AD 4-41
  • No. 79 (= CIL 6.886) - Epitaph of Agrippina the Elder, probably April, AD 37  (5, AJH, CLB)
  • No. 82 (= CIL 6.2028, fr. a) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 38  (2)
  • No. 83 (= CIL 6.32346, fr. e) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), ca. AD 39
  • No. 85 (= CIL 6.31772) - Inscriptions recording repairs to a building, side 1, 3 BC; side 2, ca. AD 41-42  (2)  See also, no. 29.
  • No. 86 (= CIL 14.2241) – Fragments of the Fasti Feriarum Latinarum, AD 40-43
  • 90
  • 91
  • No. 92 (= CIL 6.31721) - Epitaph of M. Licinius Crassus Frugi, ca. AD 47 (7)
  • No. 93 (= CIL 6.31722) - Epitaph of Cn. Pompeius Magnus, son of M. Licinus Crassus Frugi, ca. AD 47
  • 96
  • 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 (AD 41-54)
  • No. 100 (= CIL 6.40412) – Two inscriptions, from a statue base (?), honoring the emperor Claudius and his brother, Germanicus Caesar, AD 41-54  (3)
  • No. 101 (= CIL 6.8843) – Epitaph for Lucia (?) Pelagia set up by her husband, a slave dispensator under the emperor Claudius, AD 41-54
  • No. 102 (= CIL 6.2034) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 54  (2)
  • No. 104 (= CIL 6.32357) - Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales Fratres), ca. AD 55 or 56
  • No. 107 (= CIL 6.2039) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), late AD 57 (2)
  • No. 109 (= CIL 6.41075) – Epitaph of Quintus Veranius and his daughter (?), AD 58 or 59  (3)
  • Nos. 110-111 (= CIL 6.2042, fr. a, e, f) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 59-60
  • No. 112 – Funerary monument for Nymphodotus, an imperial freedman, set up by his wife and heirs, AD 39-61
  • 113  AEG + CLB
  • No. 116 (= CIL 6.2043) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 63  (2)
  • No. 117 (= CIL 6.2329) – Epitaph of Claudia Lachne, a freedwoman, set up by her husband, Philippus Rustianus, a public slave, ca. AD 41-6
  • No. 119 (= CIL 6.2044) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), ca. AD 66
  • No. 120 – Funerary inscription for Indus, a member of Nero’s bodyguard, set up by his brother, Eumenes, also a member of the bodyguard, AD 54-68
  • No. 121 (= CIL 6.927) – Dedication to Nero and Silvanus by Faustus, one of Nero's slaves, AD 54-68
  • No. 125 (= CIL 6.2051) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 69
  • No. 127 (= CIL 6.2051) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 69
  • No. 128 – Dedication by officials and their wives of a shrine in honor of a local spring, May 24, AD 70
  • No. 129 (= CIL 6.2052) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 70
  • No. 131 (= CIL 6.2053, fr. b + e) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 72
  • No. 133 (= CIL 6.31547) - Boundary marker indicating the right bank of the Tiber River set up by the Tiber commissioner, July-December, AD 73
  • No. 134 (= CIL 6.31548a) - Boundary marker indicating the right bank of the Tiber River set up by the Tiber commissioner, July-December, AD 74
  • No. 135 (= CIL 6.40854) – Boundary stone of the pomerium set up by Vespasian and Titus, mid-March-June, AD 75 - AEG, CLB
  • No. 141 (= CIL 6.2056) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 78
  • No. 144 (= CIL 6.2059) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 80-81
  • No. 146 (= CIL 6.2064) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), early AD 86
  • No. 148 (= CIL 6.2065) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 87  (2)
  • No. 149 (= CIL 6.2066) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 89
  • No. 150 (= CIL 6.2067) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 90
  • No. 155 (= CIL 6.33470) – Epitaph for Epaphroditus, a slave of Domitian, set up by his colleague, Syntrophus, probably AD 83-96
  • 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 AD 66 and 96, probably AD 68 (?)
  • No. 159 – Dedication on a statue base to Jupiter Epulo by servants of members of the college of septemviri epulones, May 28, AD 98  (2)
  • No. 161 (= CIL 6.2074) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 101
  • No. 170 (= CIL 6.40501) – Fragments of a dedication (of a shrine?) to Trajan by the cultores larum et imaginum of the imperial household, AD 108-109 or 107-108
  • No. 173a (= CIL 6.37834) – Fragments of an inscription honoring the charioteer Avilius Teres, with a long list of the names of horses, after AD 110, perhaps around AD 120  (5) + notes by A.E. Gordon (2)
  • No. 177 (= CIL 6.2080) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 120
  • No. 178 (= CIL 6.40855) – Boundary stone of the pomerium restored by the college of augurs in fulfillment of a decree of the senate and Hadrian, between April and December 9, AD 121
  • 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, AD 123 and December 9, AD 124
  • No. 184 (= CIL 6.30901) - Fragment (right side) of a dedication to ‘Hercules of the House of Augustus’ by three workmen, June 1, AD 128
  • 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 AD 132, whose names are on the sides of the altar, AD 132 - 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. AD 117-138
  • No. 199 (= CIL 14.98) – Record of Antoninus Pius building public baths with his own funds, along with funds promised by Hadrian, December, AD 138  (2)
  • No. 202 (= CIL 6.30889) - Dedication of an altar to Hercules by L. Antonius Caricus, AD 40
  • No. 203 (= CIL 6.635) – Votive dedication (on a statue base?) to Silvanus by C. Iulius Castrensis, May 24, AD 141 (5)
  • No. 208 (= CIL 6.32379, fr. b) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 145  (4)
  • No. 216 (= CIL 14.4237) – Honorary inscription for Manius Acilius Glabrio Cn. Cornelius Severus set up by the Senate and people of Tibur, AD 152
  • 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, AD 130
  • No. 218 (= CIL 6.2086) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 155  (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, AD 158
  • No. 221 (= CIL 6.32519) – Fragments of a list of soldiers in the urban cohorts and the praetorian guard who were honorably discharged in AD 158, AD 158  (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, AD 158
  • No. 226 (= CIL 6.2091) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 162-164  (3)
  • No. 231 (= CIL 6.3711) - Altar dedicated to Silvanus by C. Humidius Quietus after his discharge from the 8th praetorian cohort, AD 161-169  (4)
  • No. 237 (= CIL 6.32383) – Fragments of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales Fratres), AD 169-177 (frag. a)/AD 170-176 (frag. b), possibly as late as AD 180-182  (5)
  • No. 239 (= CIL 6.1979) – Fragment of the fasti of the Salii Palatini, AD 178-181 (3, with note by A.E. Gordon)
  • No. 242 (= CIL 6.2099) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 183  (5, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • No. 245 (= CIL 6.41271) – Honorary inscription from a statue base (?) for L. Iulius Vehilius Gamus (?), praetorian prefect, AD 189-190  (5)
  • 248 + sq
  • No. 265 (= CIL 6.3768) – 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?), AD 198-209, probably AD 202  (5)
  • No. 269 (= CIL 6.40646) – Dedication to Caracalla and his mother, Julia Domna (?), ca. 16 May – 13 June, AD 212 (2)
  • No. 272 (= CIL 6.2103, fr. b) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 213 or 214
  • No. 279 (= CIL 14.2803) – Fragments of an honorary inscription for Q. Pompeius Falco Sosius Priscus, AD 212-217 or 218-222  (9)
  • No. 280 (= CIL 6.2107) – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD  224  (4, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • 283 sq (2)
  • No. 288 – Fragment of the Acta of the Arval Brothers (Arvales fratres), AD 240
  • 295 (2) + sq (2)
  • 299 sq (2)
  • 301 sq (2)
  • 302 (2) + sq (2)
  • 306 sq
  • No. 311 (= ILCV 2807A) - Funerary inscription for Serotina, a Christian infant, last day of February, AD 296 (2)
  • 314 sq (2)
  • 316 (6) + sq (2)
  • 317 sq (2)
  • 323 sq (2)
  • 329 sq (2)
  • 330 sq (2)
  • 334 sq (2)
  • 337 (2) + sq (9)
  • 338 sq = CIL 14.2934
  • No. 339 (= CIL 6.1778) - Statue base dedicated to Vettius Agorius Praetextius, a pagan priest and civic official, February 1, AD 387   (13, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • 344 sq (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, AD 402-408, probably AD 403-406
  • 353 sq (2)
  • No. 354 (= CIL 6.40803) – Record of a building restoration honoring the emperors Honorius and Theodosius II by the urban prefect, Iunius Valerius Bellicus, AD 410-423, perhaps AD 417-418
  • 355 + sq (2)
  • 356 sq (2)
  • 358 sq (2)
  • 359 sq (2)
  • No. 361 (= ICURns 1, 1946) – Epitaph of Saturnina and her young sons, Valentinus and Eusebius, June 1, AD 454
  • 362 sq (2)
  • 363 (3) + sq (3)
  • 365 (4) + sq (2)
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