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Monumentum

Altars found near Santa Maria in Monticelli

These three small marble altars mention the 'magister of the first year' Marcus Aemilius Chrysanthus and other members of the same community.
 
 
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30 Jan 2022
Updated on 2 Feb 2022
 
 

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Ara marmorea in domo quadam quae est a dextra vici Iudaeorum in platea vulgo di Branco paulo post palatium Cardinalis di Bologna.

Deo / invicto / Mithrae / C(aius) Lucretius Mnester / M(arcus) Aemilius Philetus / summag(istri) anni primi / M(arcus) Aemili Chrysanti / d(e) s(uo) d(onum) d(ederunt).

Left: ears; right: poppies.

This altar belongs to the same sanctuary as the following Nos 518-519.

CIL VI 734; 30822; MMM II No. 48.

CIMRM 518

Parva ara marmorea.
 
 

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