Ohl, 98, no. 23 – Columbarium plaque set up by a freedwoman [Murria] Anticlea for herself, her patron, Q. Murrius Eros, and his wife, [. .]icata Erotis, 1st century AD (forgery?)

 
 
 
 

Ohl, 98, no. 23 – Columbarium plaque set up by a freedwoman [Murria] Anticlea for herself, her patron, Q. Murrius Eros, and his wife, [. .]icata Erotis, 1st century AD (forgery?)

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Title: Ohl, 98, no. 23 – Columbarium plaque set up by a freedwoman [Murria] Anticlea for herself, her patron, Q. Murrius Eros, and his wife, [. .]icata Erotis, 1st century AD (forgery?)
Author: Center for Epigraphical and Palaeographical Studies
Description: Photographs and squeeze
Permanent Link: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.OX/187148
Coverage Spatial: Italy – Rome
Coverage Temporal: 1st century AD
Place of publication: Ohl, R.T. “The Inscriptions of the American Academy in Rome,” Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 9 (1931) 98, no. 23, 121, no. 85; H. Solin. Die Griechischen Personennamen in Rome (1982) 332 (Eros).
Collection: Gift of Charles L. Babcock
Repository Name: Center for Epigraphical and Palaeographical Studies
Contributing Institution: The Ohio State University

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