CIL 6.180b – Dedication on an altar to Fortuna Augusta for the safety and return of Emperor Severus, his wife Julia Domna and his children Caracalla and Geta by Antonius, a freedman. The names of Geta and Plautilla (Caracalla’s wife) are erased (damnatio memoriae) presumably after Geta’s murder and Plautilla’s execution for her involvement in plots against Caracalla

 
 
 
 

CIL 6.180b – Dedication on an altar to Fortuna Augusta for the safety and return of Emperor Severus, his wife Julia Domna and his children Caracalla and Geta by Antonius, a freedman. The names of Geta and Plautilla (Caracalla’s wife) are erased (damnatio memoriae) presumably after Geta’s murder and Plautilla’s execution for her involvement in plots against Caracalla

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Title: CIL 6.180b – Dedication on an altar to Fortuna Augusta for the safety and return of Emperor Severus, his wife Julia Domna and his children Caracalla and Geta by Antonius, a freedman. The names of Geta and Plautilla (Caracalla’s wife) are erased (damnatio memoriae) presumably after Geta’s murder and Plautilla’s execution for her involvement in plots against Caracalla
Author: Center for Epigraphical and Palaeographical Studies
Description: Photograph
Permanent Link: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.OX/187902
Coverage Spatial: Italy – Rome
Coverage Temporal: ca. AD 193-211
Place of publication: H. Dessau. Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae (Berlin 1892-1916) no. 3703.
Collection: Gift of Charles L. Babcock
Repository Name: Center for Epigraphical and Palaeographical Studies
Contributing Institution: The Ohio State University

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