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Epigraphy in the Museo Nazionale Romano
From the Archaic period to the late Republican period
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A.D. CIL altar annona Apolaustus Appia associated attested Augustus Aurelius barracks base became bronze Caelian Hill Caesar career century B.C. CIL cippus Claudius cohort collegia collegium Commodus construction consul cult dated deceased decorated dedicated discovered divinity Emperor epigraphic epigraphic texts equestrian equestrian class equites singulares fourth century A.D. fragment freedmen gladiators Greek held Hercules Hill honor Imperial period indicated inscribed Kircherian Museum Lares later Latin Latin League Latium Lavinium letters located Lucius magistrates marble Marcus Maximus military Mithraeum Mithras monument Nero Ostia Palatine Hill patron political position Praeneste praenomen praetor praetorian guard probably quaestor reference religious representation role Roman Rome sacred sanctuary scholars second century A.D. second half Senate senatorial Septimius Severus sesterces slaves social status stele stone symbol tablet temple terracotta third century A.D. Tiber River Tiberius tion tomb tradition Unknown provenance upper urban prefect Valerius votive