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Dedication by Incense and Perfume Dealers (100-150 CE) Rome - Latium


Rome (Latium, Italy — Pleiades map), 100-150 CE
CIL VI 36819 = AE (1912), no. 238  = ID# 24505


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Slab of marble. Now in Rome, Museo Nazionale delle Terme (inv. 58719).

To the health of the imperial household. The association (collegium) of incense (thurarii = turarii) and perfume dealers (uguentarii) set this up under the charge of Novius Successus, treasurer (quaestor).

Translation by: Birgit van der Lans



Saluti domus A(ugustae) | collegium thurarior(um et) | unguentarior(um) cura(m) a(gente) | vac. Novio Successo quaes(tore)

Dedication by a guild of incense and perfume sellers, from Rome (photo: Van der Lans)

Dedication by a guild of incense and perfume sellers, from Rome (photo: Van der Lans)

Item added: February 14, 2017
Item modified: February 14, 2017
ID number: 24505
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