CIL VI. 3559-30986a - Rome

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  • CIL 6.3559 (= CIL 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, AD 168
  • 3574 = CIL VI p. 3407
  • CIL 6.3580 – Epitaph for M. Blossius Pudens, centurion of the Legio V Macedonica, set up by M. Blossius Olympicus, his freedman, AD 69-79 [2]
  • CIL 6.3682 – Dedication with relief of Hercules and Diana, January 6 or 7, AD 188
  • CIL 6.3692 - Monument for a freedman, ca. 125 BC (date from note by A.E. Gordon on a comment by Tenney Frank)
  • CIL 6.3711 (= CIL 6.31009) – An inscribed altar to Silvanus dedicated by Gaius Humidius Qu(i)etus, a veteran of the eighth praetorian cohort, ca. AD 161-175  (2)
  • 3716 = CIL VI 31013; Album, 241
  • 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 (2) [4]
  • 3941 = Album, 170
  • 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
  • 4119 = Album, 78
  • CIL 6.4228 – Epitaph of M. Ulpius Menophilus, an imperial freedman and assistant to the procurator ‘ab ornamentis’, AD 126 [2]
  • CIL 6.4345 – Columbarium plaque with epitaph of Proculus, head of the German bodyguard of Claudius (‘Ti. Germanicus’) before he was emperor, ca. AD 14-41
  • CIL 6.4353 – Columbarium plaque with epitaph of Philonicus, an imperial slave under (probably) Claudius, AD 41-54
  • 5197
  • 6192
  • 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 (?)
  • 7299 on squeeze with 7319
  • 7303 = Album, 108
  • 7319
  • 7358
  • CIL 6.7462 (= CIL 6.852) – Fragment of an epitaph from a columbarium, AD 12
  • CIL 6.7467 – Columbarium tablet of a wardrobe slave to Scribonia, ex-wife of Augustus, 40 or 39 BC
  • CIL 6.7479 – Columbarium tablet with epitaph of D. Caecilius Optatus, aged two years and eight months, April 12, AD 16
  • 7578
  • 7876 = CIL VI p. 3439; Ohl, Memoirs, 12
  • CIL 6.7887 - CIL 6.7887 – Funerary tablet set up by C. Attius Primigenius, a freedman, for himself, his wife Flavia Agele, and their descendants and by Heraclides, an imperial bookkeeper, for himself, his wife Peloris, and their descendants, late 1st/early 2nd century AD, ca. AD 89-96 (?)
  • 8420
  • CIL 6.8680 (= CIL 6.33743) – Fragments of a dedication to the protective deities of the Horrea Galbae warehouses, late AD 68  [2]
  • CIL 6.8740 – Epitaph of Vinia, set up by her husband Onesimus, steward to Claudius before he became emperor, AD 4-41
  • 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
  • 8826 = Album 164
  • CIL 6.8843 – Epitaph for Lucia (?) Pelagia set up by her husband, a slave dispensator under the emperor Claudius, AD 41-54
  • 8921 = Album 156
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 AD 117-138 (reign of Hadrian)
  • 9021
  • 9161
  • 9290
  • 9370 = Album 30
  • 9597
  • CIL 6.9730 – Epitaph for Gnome, a hairdresser and slave to Pieris, January 28, 2 BC
  • 9801
  • CIL 6.9892 – Columbarium plaque with epitaph of Thymele, keeper of silks (sericaria) and slave of Marcella, niece of Augustus, 1st century AD, Augustan or Tiberian
  • 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
  • CIL 6.10051 – Epitaph of Scirtus, slave and charioteer for the Whites, with a list of all his races from AD 13-25, set up by his wife (?), Carisia Nesis, a freedwoman, AD 25 or shortly after
  • CIL 6.10053-6.10054 (= 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
  • 10234 = Album 217
  • 10235 = Album 213
  • 10243 = Album 172
  • 10244a = Album 166
  • CIL 6.10293 – Fragment of a register of members in a burial association, AD 29 or a few years before
  • 10299
  • 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 (2)
  • 12064 = CIL VI p. 3510; Ohl, Memoirs, 55
  • 13505a = Album 212
  • CIL 6.14642 – Epitaph of Celadus, slave to Britannicus, the son of the emperor Claudius, AD 41-43
  • 15415 = CIL VI p. 3517; Ohl, Memoirs, 9
  • 15561 = Ohl, Memoirs, 117 (2)
  • CIL 6.16521 – Epitaph of Felix, freedman of Cn. Cossutius, ca. AD 62 [2]
  • CIL 6.16631 - Funerary inscription for Minicia Marcella, AD 105 or 106
  • 16832 = Ohl, Memoirs, 112
  • 18502 = CIL VI p. 3522; Ohl, Memoirs, 111
  • CIL 6.19718 – Two epitaphs on the same stele for Isias, and her daughter Isias, set up by Salvius, their husband and father, all slaves of Domitia Longina, second half of 1st century AD
  • CIL 6.19926 - Funerary inscription for C. Iulius Delphus Maecenatianus, freedman of Augustus, and his family, post-Augustan
  • 23044 = CIL VI 37881; Ohl, Memoirs, 161
  • CIL 6.23532 - Funerary inscription for Oppia Theano, freedwoman of C. Oppius, 14 BC
  • 23733 = CIL VI p. 3529; Ohl, Memoirs, 108
  • 24465 = Ohl, Memoirs, 3
  • 25491 = Ohl, Memoirs,119
  • 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, AD 94
  • 26165 = Ohl, Memoirs, 144 (2)
  • 27526 = Album 42
  • 27527 = Ohl, Memoirs, 21
  • 27556 = Album 306
  • 27660 = Ohl, Memoirs, 6
  • 28644 = CIL VI p. 3535; Ohl, Memoirs, 105
  • 28943 = Ohl, Memoirs, 20
  • 29107 = Ohl, Memoirs, 139 (3)
  • 29223 = Ohl, Memoirs, 52
  • 29281 lines 3-6 = Ohl, Memoirs, 35
  • 29435 = Ohl, Memoirs, 61
  • 29681
  • 30685 = Album 289
  • CIL 6.30722 (= CIL 6.235) – 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, AD 75
  • CIL 6.30735d (= CIL 6.315) – Side of a dedication to Hercules by M. Anicius Paulinus, listing Crispus and Constantine as dual Caesars and consuls, AD 321 (2)
  • CIL 6.30753 (= CIL 6.396) – 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 AD 60
  • CIL 6.30755 (= CIL 6.402) – Votive dedication on an altar to Jupiter Optimus Maximus, the Sun, and Sarapis by Scipio Orfitus, a senator and augur, ca. AD 295
  • CIL 6.30769 (= CIL 6.451) – 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, AD 100
  • CIL 6.30779g (= CIL 6.503) – 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, AD 390
  • CIL 6.30782 (= CIL 6.506) – 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. AD 295
  • CIL 6.30784 (= CIL 6.518 (base)) - Round altar dedicated to Mercury, 1st century AD - notes by A.E. Gordon
  • CIL 6.30787 (= CIL 6.537) – Metrical dedication by Rufius Festus, with addition poem by his son Placidus, 4th century AD (?)
  • CIL 6.30805 (= CIL 6.635) – Votive dedication (on a statue base?) to Silvanus by C. Iulius Castrensis, May 24, AD 141  (2)[2]
  • CIL 6.30845 - Dedication to Aesclepius, ca. 291 BC
  • CIL 6.30889 - Dedication of an altar to Hercules by L. Antonius Caricus, AD 40
  • 30898
  • CIL 6.30901 - Fragment (right side) of a dedication to ‘Hercules of the House of Augustus’ by three workmen, June 1, AD 128
  • CIL 6.30913 (= CIL 6.3692- Monument for a freedman, ca. 125 BC (date from A.E. Gordon note on a comment by Tenney Frank)
  • CIL 6.30922/ IG 14, p. 695-696 - Bilingual dedication of Mithridates Philopater Philadelphus to the people of Rome, 169-150 BC or after 84 BC
  • CIL 6.30925 (= CIL 6.374/ IG 14.987) - Bilingual dedication on a statue base by the Laodiceans to the Roman people in gratitude for benefactions, ca.130 BC (?), possibly as late as 83 BC  (2, with notes by A.E. Gordon)
  • CIL 6.30926 (= CIL 6.373) - Dedication by the Ephesians in gratitude for the restoration of their freedom from the Attalids, ca. 129 BC
  • CIL 6.30975 - Votive inscription recording the dedication of an altar to Jupiter and other gods, January 1-June 30, AD 1
  • CIL 6.30986 - Sacred dedication
  • 30986a
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