Ohl, R.T. American Academy in Rome

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All photographs are the gift of Charles L. Babcock unless otherwise indicated.

Ohl, R.T. "The Inscriptions at the American Academy in Rome," Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 9 (1931) 89-133 + plates.

AEG = Arthur E. Gordon collection

  • 93-94, no. 5 – Epitaph for Caecilia Philete and her caregiver, Caecilius Marcianus, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • 94, #8
  • 95-96, #14 (= CIL 6.38329, see CIL 6.35368)
  • 97, #18 + sq
  • 97, no. 20 – Columbarium plaque for Licinius,  a Christian, with chi/rho symbol, 4th century CE  (4)
  • 98, no. 23 – Columbarium tablet, 1st century CE
  • 99, no. 27 – Epitaph for L. Postumius Salvius, a freedman, and Dec(u)mia Hilara, a freedwoman, 1st century CE
  • 100, #30
  • 101, no. 31 – Epitaph for L. Valerius Hesper, date uncertain, probably 1st-2nd century CE
  • 101, #32 (2) – Photo by David Wright
  • 101-102, no. 33 – Epitaph for Victorinus, a Christian, April 5, 432 CE  (3 AEG, 1 CLB)
  • 104-105, no. 3 – Fragment of a commemorative tablet, undatable forgery
  • 105, #4  + sq
  • 107-110, no. 2 – Guide to the burial places of martyrs in the Cemetery of Castulus, with chi/rho symbol, 4th-5th century CE – AEG  (5)
  • 112-114, #5 - #6 – Two copies of a Christian apotropaic prayer against the dangers of lightning and storms (3) – Large photo by David Wright
  • 114, #1 (= CIL 6.34701, see CIL 6.27660)
  • 115, #2 (see CIL 6.27660)
  • 115, #3 (= CIL 6.24465)
  • 115, no. 4 – Epitaph for Ti. Claudius Symbus, 1st-2nd century CE
  • 115, #5 (= CIL 6.34206)
  • 115, #7
  • 115, #8 (see p. 116, #24)
  • 115, #6 (= CIL 6.27660)
  • 115, #9 (= CIL 6.15415)
  • 115, #10 (= CIL 6.35603)
  • 115, #11 (= CIL 6.7887)
  • 115, #12 (= CIL 6.7867, see CIL 6.37271)
  • 115, #13 (see CIL 6.35089)
  • 115, #14 (see CIL 6.22159)
  • 116, #15 (= CIL 6.37271)
  • 116, #16 (= CIL 6.35089)
  • 116, #17 (= CIL 6.34380, see CIL 6.35089)
  • 116, #18 (= CIL 6.22159)
  • 116, #19 (see CIL 6.22159)
  • 116, #21 (= CIL 6.27527)
  • 116, #22 (= CIL 6.7923, see CIL 6.27527)
  • 116, #23 (= CIL 6.32703)
  • 116, #24 (see CIL 6.28943)
  • 117, #27 (= CIL 6.35747)
  • 117, #33 (= CIL 6.35368)
  • 117, #37
  • 118, #38
  • 118, #39 (= CIL 6.3570)
  • 118, #40 (see p. 117, #37)
  • 118, no. 41 – Fragment, undatable forgery  (see p. 118, #38)
  • 118, #42 (see p. 118, #38)
  • 118, #43
  • 118, #44
  • 118, no. 46 (see 93-94, no. 5)
  • 118, #47 (see p. 118, #43)
  • 118, #48 (see CIL 6.29223)
  • 118, #49 (see CIL 6.29223)
  • 118, #50
  • 118, #51 (see p. 118, #50)
  • 118, #52 (= CIL 6.29223)
  • 118, #53 (see CIL 6.29223)
  • 118, #54 (see p. 118, #50)
  • 119, #55 (see p. 118, #50)
  • 119, #56
  • 119, #57a
  • 119, #58 (1 AEG + 1 CLB) + sq (AEG)
  • 119, #59
  • 119, #60
  • 119, #61 (= CIL 6.29435)
  • 119, #62 (see CIL 6.29435)
  • 119, #63
  • 119, #64
  • 119, #65
  • 119, #66  (see Ohl in Greek photo collection)
  • 119, #67 (see p. 119, #64)
  • 119, #68
  • 119, #69 (see p. 119, #68)
  • 120, #70 (see also, p. 119, #68)
  • 120, #71 (see p. 120, #70)
  • 120, #72 (see p. 120, #70)
  • 120, no. 73 – Columbarium plaque for Rubria Fortunata, 2nd-3rd century CE
  • 120, #74 (see p. 119, #68)
  • 120, #75
  • 120, #76
  • 120, #77 (= CIL 6.7847)
  • 120, no. 78 (= CIL 6.37279) – Epitaph for a cavalry officer (equites promoti), 4th-5th century CE
  • 120, #79
  • 120, #80 (= CIL 6.7847)
  • 120, #81 (= CIL 6.14476)
  • 120, #82 (see p. 120, #79)
  • 121, #83 (see p. 120, #79)
  • 121, #84
  • 121, #84a (see CIL 6.38518)
  • 121, #85 (see p. 121, #84)
  • 121, #86 (see p. 120, #81)
  • 121, #87
  • 121, #88
  • 121, #89 (= CIL 6.38003)
  • 121, #90 (= CIL 6.35911)
  • 121, #91
  • 121, #92 (= CIL 6.7885, see p. 121, #91)
  • 121, #93 (= CIL 6.20171)
  • 121, #94 (see CIL 6.38518)
  • 121, #96 (see p. 121, #91)
  • 122, #97 (= CIL 6.38518)
  • 122, #98 (= CIL 6.31034a)
  • 122, no. 99 (see Ohl in Greek photo collection)
  • 122, no. 100  (see Ohl in Greek photo collection)
  • 122, #101 (see CIL 6.10948 and IG 14.1733)
  • 122, #103 (= CIL 6.10948)
  • 122, #105 (= CIL 6.28644)
  • 122, no. 106 (see Ohl in Greek photo collection)
  • 122, no. 107  (see Ohl in Greek photo collection)
  • 123, #108 (= CIL 6.23733)
  • 123, #109 (= CIL 6.15963)
  • 123, #110 (= CIL 6.2612)
  • 123, #111 (= CIL 6.18502)
  • 123, #112 (= CIL 6.16832)
  • 123, #113
  • 123, #114 (= CIL 6.10937)
  • 123, #115 (= CIL 6.32678, see CIL 6.15561)
  • 124, #116 (= CIL 6.34573, see CIL 6.35983)
  • 124, #117 (= CIL 6.15561)
  • 124, #118 (= CIL 6.35983)
  • 124, #119 (= CIL 6.25491)
  • 124, #120 (= CIL 6.32698)
  • 124, #124
  • 125, #125
  • 125, #126 (see p. 125, #125)
  • 125, #127 (see p. 125, #125)
  • 125, #128 – Funerary plaque for Phryne (2)
  • 125, #129
  • 125, #130 (see p. 125, #129)
  • 125, #131 (see also, p. 125, #129)
  • 125, #132 (see p. 125, #131)
  • 125, #133
  • 125, #134 (see p. 125, #133)
  • 125, #135 (see also, p. 125, #133)
  • 125, #136 (see p. 125, #133)
  • 125, #137
  • 125, #138 (see p. 125, #138
  • 125, #139 (= CIL 6.29107)
  • 125, #140 (see CIL 6.29107)
  • 125, #141
  • 125, no. 142 (see 101, no. 31) – Epitaph for L. Valerius Hesper, date uncertain, probably 1st-2nd century CE
  • 125, #143
  • 126, #144 (= CIL 6.26165, see p. 125, #143)
  • 126, #145 (= CIL 6.39051)
  • 126, #146 (= CIL 6.37786, CIL 6.39051)
  • 126, #147 (= CIL 6.38292/3)
  • 126, #148 (= CIL 6.38592a, see CIL 6.38292/3)
  • 126, #149
  • 126, #150 (see p. 126, #149)
  • 126, #151
  • 126, #152 (see p. 126, #151)
  • 126, #153
  • 126, #154 (see p. 126, #153)
  • 127, #155
  • 127, #156 (see p. 127, #155)
  • 127, #157
  • 127, #160
  • 127, #161 (= CIL 6.8623)
  • 127, no. 162 (= CIL 6.3711) – An altar dedicated to Silvanus by Gaius Humidius Qu(i)etus, a veteran of the 8th praetorian cohort, ca. 161-175 CE (4)
  • 127, #169
  • 128, #171 (= Inscr. It. 13.1, no. 14) – Copy of the consular fasti from Teanum Sidicinum (Fasti Teanenses), original, 45 or 46 CE (?)  (2 CLB, 2 AEG)
  • 128, no. 172 (= 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
  • 128, #173 (= CIL 6.38592a-b)
  • 128, #174a-b – Reused columbarium tablet (2)

American Academy in Rome – These photographs were collected for a still-unpublished catalog of the inscriptions of the American Academy by Charles L. Babcock (ed.) The Inscriptions at the American Academy in Rome. American Journal of Ancient History, n.s. 9 (Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press 2015), with an appendix by C. Fant and revisions by T.C. Brennan and M. Johnson (eds.). See C.L. Babcock, “The Inscriptions,” Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome, Suppl. Volume 11: The Collection of Antiquities of the American Academy in Rome, L. Bonfante, H. Nagy and J. Collins-Clinton, eds. (Ann Arbor 2015) 90-104, for a preliminary publication.

  • Inv. no. 2236 – Unpublished fragment. 
  • Inv. no. 6059 – Unpublished fragment.
  • Inv. no. 6060 – Unpublished fragment. 
  • Inv. no. 6061 – Unpublished fragment. 
  • Inv. no. 6062 – Unpublished fragment. 
  • Inv. no. 6063 – Unpublished fragment.  (2)
  • Inv. no. 6064 – Unpublished fragment. 
  • Inv. no. 6065 – Unpublished fragment. 
  • Inv. no. 6066 – Inscribed fragment of an epitaph (?), 1st-2nd century CE
  • Inv. no. 6069 – Unpublished fragment. 
  • Inv. no. 6070 – Unpublished fragment. 
  • Inv. no. 8942 – Unpublished fragment. 
  • Inv. no. 8943 – Unpublished fragment. 
  • Inv. no. 8944 – Unpublished fragment.