CIL IX–XIV – Italy

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All squeezes are in the Arthur E. Gordon and Joyce S. Gordon Collection unless otherwise indicated.

( ) = Number of copies
[ ] = Number of pieces to squeeze

CIL IX - Calabria, Apulia, Samnium, Sabina, Picenum

  • CIL 9.1140 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 1722) – Dedication to C. Quinctius Valgus commemorating his public works, ca. 80 BCE - EDR132972
  • CIL 9.3513 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 756) – Regulations for the temple of Jupiter Liber (Lex aedis Furfensis), dedicated by L. Aienus and Q. Baebatius, 58 BCE - EDR167161
  • CIL 9.3918 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 724) – Honorary inscription for L. Cornelius Sulla, 82-79 BCE - EDR183611
  • CIL 9.4672 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 632) – Metrical votive dedication by Lucius Munius, mid-1st century BCE - EDR104303
  • CIL 9.4677 – Inscription honoring Marcus Agrippa in his role as prefect in Reate (Rieti), 27-18 BCE
  • CIL 9.4962 – Dedication to Constantius I Chloris from the people of Cures Sabini, 293-306 CE
  • CIL 9.4972 – Dedication to L. Egnatius Marcianus, 215 CE
  • CIL 9.5438 – Record of collegia who helped fund the repaving of the cattle market in Falerio, first half of 2nd century CE, ca. 119 CE - EDR10507
  • CIL 9.5837 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 769) – Statue base honoring Cn. Pompeius Magnus (Pompey the Great), after 52 BCE (?) (consul in 70, 55, 52 BCE) - EDR015308

 

CIL X - Bruttium, Lucania, Campagna, Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica

  • CIL 10.1089* (= CIL 6.402, 6.30755) – Votive dedication on an altar to Jupiter Optimus Maximus, the Sun, and Sarapis by Scipio Orfitus, a senator and augur (copy), ca. 295 CE - EDR116457
  • CIL 10.1271 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 1611) – Dedication to M. Salvius Venustus, late 1st century BCE - EDR106116
  • CIL 10.1596 – Taurobolic inscription honoring Venus Caelestis (Magna Mater) with the earliest mention of the ‘taurobolium,’ October 7, 134 CE - EDR134311
  • CIL 10.1597 – Taurobolic inscription, December 4, 144 CE - EDR102127
  • CIL 10.1781 (CIL I2: 2.1, 698): – Lex Parieti Faciundo Puteolana, a contract for the construction of a wall across from the temple of Serapis at Puteoli, 105 BCE - EDR161096
  • CIL 10.3772 (CIL I2: 2.1, 682): – Building inscription for the repair of a portico, February 14, 94 BCE - EDR005625
  • CIL 10.3776 (CIL I2: 2.1, 675) – List of ‘magistri’ of Venus Iovia, who oversaw the building of a wall, 108 BCE - EDR005399
  • CIL 10.3781 (CIL I2: 2.1, 680) – Building inscription with the names of the ‘magistri’ erased, 99 BCE - EDR005401
  • CIL 10.3783 (CIL I2: 2.1, 686) – List  of ‘magistri’ of Juno Gaura, 71 BCE - EDR005476
  • CIL 10.3861 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 640) – Boundary marker, 132-131 BCE - EDR005697
  • CIL 10.4751 (= CIL I2 2.1, 720) – Dedication to L. Cornelius Sulla, 82 BCE - EDR118031
  • CIL 10.5405 – Fasti Interamnates, list of magistrates, 67-75 CE - EDR149229
  • CIL 10.5806 (= CIL I2 2.1, 1530) – Dedication to P. Betilienus Hapalus, who oversaw the building of a wall, 89-80 BCE
  • CIL 10.5807 (= CIL I2 2.1, 1529) – Dedication to L. Betilienus Varus commemorating his constructions of public works, probably late 2nd century BCE, but not after 90 BCE - EDR071508
  • CIL 10.6075 – Commemoration of a taurobolium performed by Helvia Stephanis, as priestess of Cybele, 241 CE - EDR154648
  • CIL 10.6321 – A statue base (?) honoring Q. Roscius Coelius Murena Silius Decianus Vibullius Pius Iulius Eurycles Herclanus Pompeius Falco, 122-124 CE - EDR156828
  • CIL 10.6569 – Bilingual epitaph for Sex. Varius Marcellus (father of Elagabalus), set up by his wife, Julia Soaemias Bassiana and their children, between April 8, 2017 and May 16, 218 CE or soon after - EDR092729
  • CIL 10.6639 – Fasti Antiates Minores, 12-17 CE - EDR180921
  • CIL 10.6656 – Record of the restoration of public baths at Antium by Anicius Auchenius Bassus, January 379 CE and November, 382 CE [2] - EDR171326
  • 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 - EDR180003
  • CIL 10.6816 – Milestone at the fifth mile from Rome on the Via Appia, with the name of the emperor Maxentius, 307-312 CE - EDR163094
  • CIL 10.6950 (= CIL I2 2.1, 638) – Lapis Polla, probable dedication to P. Popillius, mid- to late-2nd century BCE, ca. 132 BCE (?) - EDR116637

 

CIL XI - Emilia, Etruria, Umbria

  • 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, 157 CE
  • CIL 11.1051 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 629) – Dedication in honor of L. Mummius, 146 BCE
    • CIL 11.1331 – Imperial dedications, left: 65 CE, right: 66 CE
  • CIL 11.1339 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 623) – Honorary inscription for M. Claudius Marcellus, 155 BCE
  • CIL 11.2102 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 723) – Statue base honoring L. Cornelius Sulla, 82-79 BCE 
  • CIL 11.2103 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 760) – Honorary inscription for Cn. Cornelius Lentulus Marcellinus, 56 BCE (?)
  • 3576 = Album 300
  • CIL 11.3579 – Statue base, 271-274 CE
  • CIL 11.3734 (= CIL 6.942) – Record of a building construction or repairs by the emperor Titus, July-December, 79 CE (2) – EDR094053)
  • CIL 11.3781 – Dedication of expenses of games, apparently in honor of Tiberius, by a freedman, a sevir Augustales (?), AD 34
  • CIL 11.3793 (= CIL 6.1260, 6.31567) – Dedication commemorating the construction of the Aqua Traiana by Trajan, 109 CE
  • 3796
  • 3805 =Album 61 [2]
  • 3807 [3]
  • 3873 [3]
  • CIL 11.4096 (= CIL 6.871) – Dedication on a statue base to Sextus Cluvius Martinus, who restored the winter baths. Dedicated on November 16, 341 CE
  • 4097 (side)
  • CIL 11.4213 – Inscribed statue base for Aulus Pompeius, a quaestor, ca. 82 BCE 
  • 6631
  • CIL 11.6641 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 619) – Dedication in honor of M. Aemilius Lepidus, 187 BCE
  • CIL 11.6642 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 617) – Dedication in honor of M. Aemilius Lepidus, 187 BCE
  • CIL 11.7554 – Inscription honoring Publilius Memorialis, procurator of iron mines, end of 1st century CE

 

CIL XIV - Latium

  • 2 = Album 257
  • 8
  • 16 = Album 252
  • 39
  • 65 = Album 247
  • CIL 14.71 – Honorary inscription for a patron of the dendrophoroi, April 24, 196 CE
  • 83 = Album 49
  • 86 = Album 139
  • 92
  • 97 = Album 200
  • CIL 14.98 – Record of Antoninus Pius building public baths with his own funds, along with funds promised by Hadrian, December, 138 CE
  • 110 = Album 244
  • 112 = Album 256[2]
  • 139 = Album 340
  • 171
  • 250 = Album 215 [4]
  • 251 [8]
  • 252 = Album 262
  • 352b
  • 367 = Album 240 [3]
  • CIL 14.461 (cf. CIL 6.1159a and CIL 6.1159b) – Dedication on the front of a statue base to Constantius II by Memmius Vitrasius Orfitus, 353-355 CE
  • CIL 14.461, n. 2 (= CIL 6.1161, 6.36887) – One of two nearly identical dedications [with CIL 6.1162] to Constantius II by Memmius Vitrasius Orfitus, urban prefect and judge of appeals, 356-359 CE
  • 565
  • CIL 14.911 (= CIL 10.6569) – Bilingual epitaph for Sex. Varius Marcellus (father of Elagabalus), set up by his wife, Julia Soaemias Bassiana and their children, between April 8, 217 CE and May 16, 218 CE or soon after
  • 1945 [2]
  • 2088 = Album 191
  • CIL 14.2109/ IG 14.1122 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 772) – Bilingual dedication for A. Terentius Varro Murena, 1st century BCE, before 23 BCE (?)  (squeeze of Latin text only)
  • 2112 = Album 196 [5]
  • CIL 14.2218/IG 14.1121 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 743) – Column with bilingual inscription, 1st century BCE  [3]
  • CIL 14.2231 (= CIL I2 2.1, 39, 6.2020, 6.32322) – Fragment of a dedication to Jupiter on a base or an altar, 3rd century BCE
  • CIL 14.2241 (= CIL 6.2015) – Fragments of the Fasti Feriarum Latinarum, 40-43 CE
  • 2302 = Album 39
  • 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
  • 2466 = Album 65 [3]
  • CIL 14.2509 – Inscribed statue base honoring C. Iulius Asper from the province of Mauretania Tingitana, ca. 211 CE
  • CIL 14.2601 (= CIL I2: 2.1, 616) – Dedication in honor of M. Fulvius, 189 BCE
  • 2799 = Album 197
  • CIL 14.2803 (= CIL 6.1491) – Fragments of an honorary inscription for Q. Pompeius Falco Sosius Priscus, 212-217 CE or 218-222 CE
  • 2917 = Album 335
  • 2934 = Album 338 [3]
  • 2972 = Album 291 [2]
  • 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  [3]
  • 3598 = Album 72
  • CIL 14.3610 – Inscription honoring C. Popilius Carus Pedo, 150-160 CE
  • 3613 = Album 70
  • 3643 = Album 234 [4]
  • CIL 14.4232 – Fragment of the Fasti Gabini, after 22 BCE
  • CIL 14.4235 – Fragments of an inscription honoring Hadrian for the benefits he bestowed on Baetican Spain, 135 CE   [2]
  • CIL 14.4237 – Dedication on a base or altar honoring Manius Acilius Glabrio Cn. Cornelius Severus set up by the Senate and people of Tibur, ca. 168 CE
  • 4239
  • CIL 14.4240 – Inscription honoring M. Lollius Paullinus Valerius Asiaticus Saturninus, ca. 90 CE
  • CIL 14.4242 – Dedication to P. Manilius Vopiscus Vicinillianus on a statue base, ca. 114 CE
  • CIL 14.4243 – Fragment of a dedication to Q. Marcius Turbo, early 2nd century CE
  • CIL 14.4244 – Dedication to P. Mummius Sisenna Rutilius, 2nd century CE
  • CIL 14.4245 – Inscription for L. Vipstanus Poplicola Messala, a freedman, mid-2nd century CE
  • 4254 = Album 260 [3]
  • CIL 14.4256 – Inscription for M. Mucius Tiburtinus, 2nd century CE