Roman epigraph before Palatina's squareYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
On the ancient Appian way to Terracina (Italy) and, on the left of the ancient road, lies a Roman funerary epigraph. The same is unattended and has been the subject of at least three attempts of proven theft (so I have reported the residents in the area). Datable between 50 BC / 50 d.C. the Latin text reads:
[- A] tinius ((mulieris)) l (ibertus) Priamus; [- A] tinius C (ai) f (ilius) Rufus f (ilius); [- A] tinius C (ai) f (ilius) Proculus f (ilius) [sibi et libe] ris libert (is) que eorum.
Bibliography: Bulletin of the Institute of History and Art of Southern Lazio, 8, 2, 1975, pp. 23-27, with photos (U. Broccoli) - AE 1978 (1) AE 1978, 0075 (2) HD013023 (H. Niquet) (3)
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