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By Lucia Raatma

ISBN-10: 0756502926

ISBN-13: 9780756502928

Describes the historical past, govt, humans, tradition, features of lifestyle, and enduring legacy of historical Rome.

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897, found at Pozzuoli are chipped but otherwise intact. The inscription is executed in a good monumental lettering style. The letters are shallow but well formed, most with shading and neat serifs. The letter and line spaces and heights are very even and consistent throughout. The abbreviation for quadrireme is a simple unbarred number. The formula is unusual, with the phrase bene merenti occurring in the third rather than final line. Publication history: CIL X 3439 [. . a]e Cyrillae / [coniu]gi castiss/[imae ben]e merenti / [ .

108 Starr 1960, 65, n. 46. 109 The inscriptions that name the ship are not, as a group, chronologically distinctive. 110 Armorum Custos 26 ♦ Mich. no. 024, with only four small chips out of the edges and rust stains in each of the corners. The edges and reverse are smoothly finished. The inscription is carved in very high-quality rusticated lettering. Many of the forms are cursive, including the F, T, and V. The spacing between letters and words varies from very wide in lines 1 and 2 to crowded in lines 6 and 7.

The left edge has a rough raised molding, creating a margin for the inscription. Lines 2–5 begin just adjacent to this molding. The remainder of the edges and the reverse are roughly chiseled. The inscription is lightly carved in thin, crowded, attenuated capitals. The letters are evenly spaced, well centered, and carefully carved within preserved double guidelines. They have long, flat serifs although letterforms vary, notably the crossbar on the L, which varies from straight to curvilinear in line 4.

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