CIL 6.492 – Altar dedicated to the Mother of the Gods and to the ship Salvia (the name is repeated in the next line, probably erroneously) by Synthyche (sic), priestess of the ‘gens Claudia,’ with sculptural relief depicting the introduction of the statue of Cybele into Rome on a boat towed by Claudia Quinta (see Ovid, Fasti, IV.291 ff.)

 
 
 
 

CIL 6.492 – Altar dedicated to the Mother of the Gods and to the ship Salvia (the name is repeated in the next line, probably erroneously) by Synthyche (sic), priestess of the ‘gens Claudia,’ with sculptural relief depicting the introduction of the statue of Cybele into Rome on a boat towed by Claudia Quinta (see Ovid, Fasti, IV.291 ff.)

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Title: CIL 6.492 – Altar dedicated to the Mother of the Gods and to the ship Salvia (the name is repeated in the next line, probably erroneously) by Synthyche (sic), priestess of the ‘gens Claudia,’ with sculptural relief depicting the introduction of the statue of Cybele into Rome on a boat towed by Claudia Quinta (see Ovid, Fasti, IV.291 ff.)
Author: Center for Epigraphical and Palaeographical Studies
Description: Photographs
Permanent Link: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.OX/187918
Coverage Spatial: Italy – Rome
Coverage Temporal: 1st century AD
Place of publication: CIL 6.30777; H. Dessau. Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae (Berlin 1892-1916) no. 4096; B.F. Cook, “The Goddess Cybele: A Bronze in New York,” Archaeology 19.4 (1966) 254, 256; M.J. Vermaseren. Corpus Cultus Cybelae Attidisque (CCCA), vol. 3 (Leiden 1977) 45, no. 218; AE 2008.163.
Collection: A.E. Gordon and J.S. Gordon Collection
Repository Name: Center for Epigraphical and Palaeographical Studies
Contributing Institution: The Ohio State University

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