Item:Q6457

From EAGLE MediaWiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , X, 4724 (+p 1012) [edit]

Base for statue of Minucius Aeterius, local notable; erected to its patron by the guild of textile merchants ( centonarii ). Capua (Campania). 367. [edit]

No aliases defined. [add]

Statements

University of Oxford
[edit]
[add]
[Statue of] Aeterius. To Minucius Aeterius. With the favour of the majesty of god, his services were considered by our minds: having performed all functions in our fatherland and even managed the administration of the sacred City. The guild of textile merchants decreed [this] statue to be set up in front of the abode of the god, to a worthy patron, on the sixth day before the Ides of May, during the consulship of Lupicinius and Iovinus.
[edit]
[add]
EDR029961
[edit]
[add]