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Roman epigraph before Palatina's square
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)