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

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  • 92 #1 (137) [2]
  • 93 #2 (72) [2]
  • 93 #3 (49)
  • 93 #4 (48)
  • 94 #7 (70) [2]
  • 94 #8 (25)
  • 95 #9 (84) [2]
  • 95 #11 (140)
  • 95 #12 (14)
  • 95 #13 (138)
  • 96 #16 (59)
  • 97 #18 (43)
  • 97, no. 20 - Funerary inscription for Licinius, Christian with Chi Rho symbol, 4th c. AD
  • 97 #21 (88)
  • 97 #22 (123)
  • 98 #23 (85) [2]
  • 98 #24 (86)
  • 98 #25 (155)
  • 98 #26 (82)
  • 100 #29 (157)
  • 100 #30 (29)
  • 101, no. 31 – Epitaph for L. Valerius Hesper, date uncertain, probably 1st-2nd century AD
  • 101-102, no. 33 – Epitaph for Victorinus, a Christian, April 5, AD 432 [2]
  • 102, no. 34 – Christian funerary inscription with Chi Rho in circle, 4th-5th c. AD
  • 102 #35 (54)
  • 104 #1 (50)
  • 104 #3 (42)
  • 105 #4 (51) [2]
  • 105 #6 (40)
  • 106 #7 (80)
  • 106 #8 (47)
  • 107-110, no. 2 – Guide to the burial places of martyrs in the Cemetery of Castulus, with Chi Rho symbol, 4th-5th century AD  [3]
  • 110 #1 (130) [2]
  • 112 #4 (94) + sq. of frag.
  • 114 #2
  • 115, no. 4 – Epitaph for Ti. Claudius Symbus, 1st-2nd century AD
  • 115, no. 7(see also97 #19)
  • 115 #8
  • 115 #13
  • 115 #14
  • 116 #18 = CIL VI 22159
  • 116 #22 (frag.)
  • 116 #23 (frag.)
  • 117 #36
  • 118 #39
  • 118, no. 41 – Fragment, undatable forgery
  • 118 #43
  • 118 #44
  • 118 #48 (frag.)
  • 118 #53
  • 119 #58
  • 119 #62
  • (119, no. 66) - see under IG XIV
  • 119 #68
  • 119 #69 [2]
  • 120 #71 [2]
  • 120, no. 73 – Columbarium plaque for Rubria Fortunata, 2nd-3rd century AD [2]
  • 120 #75 [2]
  • 120, no. 78 (= CIL 6.37279) – Epitaph for a cavalry officer (equites promoti), 4th-5th century AD
  • 120 #79
  • 120 #81 [2]
  • 120 #82
  • 121 #89 (frag.)
  • 121 #92 = CIL VI 7885 in full
  • 121 #96 = CIL VI 29426 in full
  • 122 #99 (2)
  • (122 #100) - see under IG XIV
  • (122, no. 101) = IG 14.1733
  • 122 #105
  • (122 #106) - see under IG XIV
  • (123 #107) - see under IG XIVc
  • 123 #113
  • 124 #116 (frag.)
  • 124 #124 [2]
  • 125 #127
  • 125, no. 128 – Funerary inscription for Phryne, a quasillaria (spinner) from Africa
  • 125 #131 [2]
  • 125 #132 [2]
  • 125 #135 [2]
  • 125 #136 [2]
  • 125 #137
  • 125 #139 [2]
  • 125 #140
  • 125 #141
  • 125, no. 142 (see 101, no. 31) – Epitaph for L. Valerius Hesper, date uncertain, probably 1st-2nd century AD
  • 126 #145 [2] = CIL VI 39051 [2]
  • 126 #147
  • 126 #151
  • 127 #156 [2]
  • 127 #169a,b,c [2]
  • 128 #170
  • 128 #171 [3]
  • 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, AD 15  [2]
  • 128 #174a
  • 128 #174b
  • 129 #8
  • 129 #11


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