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LINGUAE LATMAE EPIGRAPHICAE 



C TY>< DICTIONARY 

OF THE LATIN INSCRIPTIONS 

Vol. I 

BY 

GEORGE N. OLCOTT, Ph. D. 

(Columbia University, New York). 



Volume I. 



ROME 
LOESCHER & G.° 

(bretschneider & regenberg) 
1904 




L'autore si riserva il diritto di proprieta letteraria a tenore di legge. 



The author reserves to himself the copyright in accordance with the law. 



VXORI CARISSIMAE 

CVIVS AVXILIO CONSILIO Q_V E 

INCEPTVM EST 

HOC OPVS 

MENTE GRATA 

DEDICO ATQVE CONSECRO 



PREFACE. 



IN gathering the material for a dictionary of the Latin inscriptions, I have felt that 
it was the work of a pygmy straggling against a giant. The number of these in- 
scriptions now published, over 200.000, with an annual accretion of many hundreds, 
is so vast that the preparation of a dictionary of epigraphical Latin should rightly 
be the joint work of the Latinists of all the world. Such a project, however, has 
not yet been broached; its fulfilment, therefore, would be a matter of many years. 
In the meantime the student of epigraphy finds himself at a loss, in matters phonetic 
and lexicographical, if not archaeological as well ; for the indices of the Corpus 
furnish him only with the notabilia of the inscriptional vocabulary, and these are 
very meagerly supplemented by the indices of the several Syllogae such as Orelli- 
Henzen and Wilinanns, while the Dizionario Epigrafico of de Ruggiero is wholly 
archaeological in character, and the great new Thesaurus Linguae Laiinae by no 
means exhausts the vocabulary of the inscriptions. 

The basis of the present work is the Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum, which 
now includes about 165000 inscriptions. This enormous lexical material has been 
worked through with great care, and I trust that the citations from the Corpus 
will be found fairly complete and representative. The Christian inscriptions of Rome 
have been excluded from the Corpus, and hence have not yet been collected in a 
single work and carefully edited. This is extremely unfortunate, as they best represent 
the popular Latin of the period of linguistic decay, and furnish therefore a rich store 
of material for the students of Romance philology. To me it is a source of particular 
regret, because such citations as I can gather from the older works and from scattered 
modern sources will become obsolete as soon as the inevitable Corpus of Christian 
inscriptions makes its appearance. I think, however, that I have been able to examine 
and include the great majority of published Christian inscriptions. My critics will 
perhaps pardon omissions under this and other heads, in consideration of the difficulties 
involved; they will also recognize the utter impossibility of any attempt at text-criticism 
in a work of this kind. I have accepted the inscriptions largely as published; if 
later one is proved false or badly read or interpolated, the fault lies with the editor 
of the inscription, not with me. 



PREP ICE 



The scope of the Dictionary includes geographical and mythological names, but 
nol those of living or historical persons; with the exception that I have admitted 
old biblical propernames, as AARON, ABRAHAM, which, without regard to biblical 
interpretation, very properly take their place with the names of classical and oriental 
mythology. 

M\ Bources, in general, with the abbreviations employed, are appended below; 
other citations will be so complete as to require no explanation. Where the inscription 
is derived from the Corpus, it is cited by number only: thus XIV 2106 refers 
to V.l.L. XIV 2106. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY 



AE Mitth : Archaologisch-Epigraphische Mittheilungen. 

ALL: Archiv fur Lateinische Lexikographie. 

Arch. Anz.: Archaologischer Anzeiger. 

Bramb.: Brambacb, Corpus Inscriptionum Rhenanarum. 

Bull. Arch. Cr. : Bullettino di Archeologia Cristiana. 

Bull. Com.: Bullettino della Commissione Archeologica Comunale di Roma. 

Carm. Lat. : Buecheler, Carmina Lalina Epigraphica. 

Eph. Epig. : Ephemeris Epigraphica. 

Hiibn. Brit.: Hiibner, Inscriptions Britanniae Christianae. 

Hiibn. Hisp. : Hiibner, Inscriptiones Hispaniae Christianae. 

Hiibn. Hisp. Suppl. : Ibid., Supplementum. 

Jahreshefte: Jahreshefte des Oesterr. archaologischen Institutes. 

Kraus,: Kraus, Die Christlichen Inschriften der Rheinlande. 

Le Blant, : Le Blant, Inscriptions Chre'tiennes de la Gaule. 

Le Blant NR.: Idem., Nouveau Recueil. 

Melanges: Mdanges d'Arche'ologie et d'Histoire. 

Mitth. : Mittheilungen d. kais. deutsch. Instituts. Romische Abtheilung . 

Notiz.: Notizie degli Scavi di Antichitd. 

Pais: Pais, Corporis Inscriptionum Latinarum. Supplementa Italica. 

Rev. Arch.: Revue Arche'ologique. 

Rossi: De Rossi, Inscriptiones Christianae Urbis Romae. 

Ruggiero: de Ruggiero, Dizionario Epigrafico. 

Wd. Z. : IVestdeutsche Zeitschrift. 



A 



A. I. The first letter of the Latin many specimens, dating between 31 B. C. 

alphabet; appears often in abecedaria, and 50 A. D., have been found. Exx.: 

whole or partial, carved on stone and Fasti Pinciaai (Rome, bet. 723/31 and 

scratched or painted on walls, vases, 725/29): I p. 298; I 2 p. 219; VI 2294, 

tiles etc. [Cf. Dieterich, ABC-Denkma- 32481 — F. Allifani (Allifae, before 

ler, Rhein. Mus. (1901) p. 77 sg.] Exx.: 725/29): I p. 299; I 2 p. 217; IX 2319, 

(a) carved on stone. VI 6831, 22639, 2320; Eph. Epig. Ill p. 85 — F. Venu- 

29849 (6 th cent.) in Rome; V 3892 (Ve- sini (Venusia 726/28 -A.D. 4): I p. 301 ; 

rona); X 8064 (Drepanum); AE. Mitth. I 2 p. 220; IX 421 — F. Tusculani (Tu- 

(1881) p. 124 no. 16 = Pais no. 218 senium, 734/20): I p. 300; I 2 p. 216 — 

(Aquileia); III 11186 (Carnuntum), 13569 F. Sabini (Forum Novum, 735/19-A.D. 

(Lyttus), 14368 34 (Ovilava, L Noricum); 3): I p. 302; I 2 p. 220; IX 4769 — 

VIII 3317 (Lambaesis, where AA, BB, F. Aroalium (Lucus Deae Diae, Rome, 

CC etc.); Eph. Epig. IX p. 78 no. 206 (Ita- 742/1 2 -A.D. 13): I 2 p. 214; VI 2295, 

lica) — (b) scratched or painted on walls. 32482 — F. Maffeiani (Rome. 746/8- 

VI 3074 (Rome, excubitorium coh. VII A.D. 3): I p. 303; I 2 p. 222; VI 2297, 

vig.); IV 2514-2549 c and 3206-3222 32484 — F. Caeretani (Caere, after 

(Pompeii) ; XI 2887 (Volsinii) ; III 1 1291 745/9) : I p. 212 ; XI 3592 ; Eph. Epig. 

(Carnuntum) — (c) scratched on tiles. Ill p. 6 — ■ F. Praenestini (of Verrius 

III p. 962 (Savaria), 8077 10 (Dacia), Flaccus, Praeneste, 752/2 - A.D. 9): I 

11453 (Carnuntum), 11469 (Agram mus.); p. 311 ; I 2 p. 230 — F. Esquilini (Rome, 

Bramb. 110 (Holledoorn, Holland) — before A.D. 3): I p. 310; VI 2296 — 

(d) scratched on vases. Becker, Mainz. F. Vallenses (Rome, before A.D. 13): 
Mus. p. 110 (Moguntiacum), Wd. Z. XII I p. 320; I 2 p. 240; VI 2298 — F. 
(1893) p. 201 (Aug. Trevirorum) — Ostienses (Ostia, before A.D. 13): I 

(e) on lead. Haverfield, Rom. Inscr. Brit. p. 322 — F. Paulini (Rome, before A.D. 
(1890-1) p. 16 no. 93 (Lydney). 13): I p. 242; VI 32492 — F. Vati- 

II. The letters A-H [litter ae nundina- cani (Rome, A.D. 14-33): I p. 322; I 2 

Us) were adopted in the Julian calendar p. 242 ; VI 2299 — F. Oppiani Maio- 

(fasti anni Juliam) to denote the eight res (Rome, after A.D. 14): VI 32493 — 

days of the Roman week. [Cf. Marquardt, F. Amiternini (Amiternum, after A.D. 

Rom. Staatsverwaltung, III p. 289; 15): I p. 323; I 2 p. 243; IX 4192 — 

Brums, Fontes, pp. 41-44]. Such calendars F. Pighiani (Rome, A.D. 30-36) : I p. 326 ; 

were carved or painted and placed on I 2 p. 246 ; VI 2300 — F. Antiates (An- 

the walls of public and private buildings tium, A. D. 50) ; I p. 327 ; I 2 p. 247 ; X 

in Rome and the municipia, of which 6638. In addition, the following are of 



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rilKSAURUS LINODAB LATINAE EPIORAPHICAE 



or Silvano, Augusto sacrum, below, s. v. 
\ s] — (28) AETKRNVS. (a) i- 

o • m • a • d • = Ion Opl/mo Maximo Ae- 
terno Dolicheno: VI 412 (Rome) — 
(b) leg • ii • p • p • f • f a • = legio secunda 
Pari hi ca pia felix fidelis aelema: VI 
3408 (Rome) — (24) AFRICA. Only in 
African inscrr. (a) p-a = provincia 
Africa: VIII 897 (Villa Magna), 969 
(Neapolis), 998 (Pro v. Proc), 2343 (Tha- 
raugadi), 1154(3 (Ammaedara), 12039 
(Furni), 12455 (Carpis), 12527 (Cartha- 
go) — (b) proc iiii pa- = procura- 
tor quattuor publicorum Africae: VIII 
12655, 12656, 12920 (Carthago) — 
(25) AGER. (a) Of extreme frequency 
everywhere in recording the dimensions 
of the tomb: inf-p- (lof) inap- (lot) 
= in fronte (or frontem) pedes (tot), in 
agro (or agrum) pedes (tot). For order 
and variants, see s. v. ager. Note: iap- 
= in agro pedes, IX 5200, 5211. 5257 
(Asculum Picenum) — (b) Referring in 
general to the ager publicus. Exx. : a-a-c- 
= Agri accepti Cirtensium, VIII 19133 
(Sigus), 19329 (Numidia) — a-d-s- = 
agri divisi Siguitanis, VIII 19134 (Si- 
gus) — a • p • sig • = ager publicus Si- 
guitanorum, VIII 18132-3-4 (Sigus) — 
a • p • c • = ager publicus Cirtensium, 

VIII 7086-7-9 (Cirta), 8211 (Milev), 
10821 (Tigisis) — a- am- = agri ad- 
tribuli (or adsignati) Milevitanis, VIII 
8089 (Milev) — Cf. a-pl-mivg- = agri 
plus minus iugera (lot), IX 3578 (Pa- 
gus Fuficulauus) — (c) In titles of agra- 
rian commissioners. See above under ad- 
signo (10) — (26) AGITATOR, a-f-r- = 
agitator factious russatae, VI 10063 
(Rome) — (27) AGO. (a) In legal for- 
mulas. q_d-a- = quo (or quibus) de 
agitur: VI 10239 (Rome); III p. 941 
(tabula cerata, Dacia, A. D. 142), p. 945 
(ibid., A. D. 159) — q_d-r-a- = qua de 
re agitur: I 205 = XI 1146 (Veleia, 
Lex Rubria, 705/49) 1. 23 etc. — e ■ r • 
q_- d • a • = ea res qua de agitur : VI 
10244 (Rome) — ae- = actum esse: 

IX 2827 (Buca, A. D. 19) — (b) In titles 
of official substitutes, or vice-gerents. 
c • a • = curam agens. [Note that c • a ■ 
also = custos armorum. See below (64) 
arma]. Exx.: VI 414 (Rome); XI 3009 



(Ager Viterbensis) ; III 5918 (Raetia), 
607°, 7123 (Ephesus), 10360 (Aquincurn); 
VIII 2495 (Numidia); VII 27 (Londi- 
nium), 995 (Habitancium) — a • v ■ = 
agens vices: VI 947 (A. D. 159), 959 
(A.D. 160), 1125, 1774 (Rome); II 1115 
(Italica); III 1464 (Sarmizegetusa), 3424, 
3469, 10424 (Aquincum). 4289 (Adiaum), 
12659 (Viminacium) — v-a- = vices 
agens. [Note that v-a also = vixit an- 
nis. See below (46) annds]. Exx.: VI 
3326, 10306 (Rome); XIV 134(Ostia); 
III 5776 (Abudiacum); VIII 7053 (Cir- 
ta) — (28) ALA. In military names. Exx.: 
a • i • a • = ala prima Asturum : III 8074 
(Dacia, a tile) — a-i-b- = ala prima Ba- 
tavorum; III 11372 (Pannonia Sup.) — 
a • i d • = ala prima Dardanorum : III 
7504 (Troesmis) — a • i • e- = ala pri- 
ma Eluraeorum: III 15171 (Ulcisia Ca- 
stra) — a • sa • = ala Sabiniana, Eph. 
Epig. Ill p. 318 (Britain) — a-iip- 
= ala secunda Pannoniorum: III 1663 3 
(Dacia, a tile) — Add e a-e- = eques 
alae eiusdem: III 807 (Dacia) — (29) 
ALBANVS or ALBENSIS. (a) s ■ p • q_- a • 
= Senatus populusque Albanus (or Al- 
bensis): IX 3916 (Alba Fucens. A.D. 
252) — (b) OL-A- = oleum Albanum 
(? or olivas albas?) on amphorae: XIII 
10004 5 , 10004 6 (Vechten, Holland) — 
(30) ALBATVS or ALBVS. (a) In name 
of the ' white faction ' in the circus, 
(f actio albata, or alba): VI 10063 
(Rome) — (b) ol • a ■ = olivas albas (?). 
See above, (29) - (31) ALEXANDRIA- 
NVS. In military names derived from Se- 
verus Alexander. Exx.: leg-uh fls a- = 
legio quarta Flavia Severiana Alexan- 
driana: III 8173 (Moesia Sup., A.D. 
226) — legxxx v-v-s-a- = legio trice- 
sima Ulpia victrix Severiana Alexan- 
driana, Bramb. 146 (Birten) — coh- 
iiastvrvm s-A-: VII 732 (Aesica) — 

(32) ALIENO (?). H-L-A-N- = nunc locum 
alienari nolo (?) : X 2275 (Puteoli) — 

(33) ALIMENTARIVS. o^p-a- = quaestor 
pecuniae alimentariae: X 47 (Vibo) — 

(34) ALIMENTVM. q_- a • = quaestor 
alimentorum: X 7954 (Turris Lisibo- 
nis) — (35) ALIVS. al- = alii liberti: 
V 5991 (Mediolanum) — (36) ALTER. 
In legal language, a • a • = alter ambove. 



THESAURUS LINGUAE LATINAE EP1GRAPHICAE 



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I 203 (S. C. de Asclepiade, Rome, 676/78) 
1. 7. — A-AVE- = alter ambove: 
VI 32323 (Rome, Comm. Lud. saec, 
737/17) — (37) ALVMNVS (?). a-b-m-f- 
= alumno (? or amico?) bene merenti 
fecit: VI 16788 (Rome) — (38) AMAN- 
TISSIMVS. (a) c-a-h s- = coniux aman- 
tissima hie sita (?) : VI 25464 (Rome) — 

(b) m-a-d- = marito amanlissimo dedit (?): 
XI 4886 (Spoletium) — (39) AMBITVS. 
(a) i AASFD- See above (8) s. v. adi- 
tds. — (b) h-ti-ah- = hie tumulus Hum 
ambilum (if not aditum) habet: VI 19085 
(Rome) — (40) AMBO. See citations 
above s. v. alter (36). — (41) AMEN (?). 
VIII 12199 (Prov. Byzac): bitorina in 
criso (sic) a = Bitorina (i- e Victorina) 
in Chrislo. Amen (?). Hiibn. Hisp. 523 
(Barcino, A. D. 976) — (42) AMICVS. 
In sep. inscrr. of Italy, (a) a-b- = amico 
bono : VI .'7421 (Rome) — (b) a-b-m- = 
amico bene merenti: VI 2449, 10019, 
34690 (Rome) — ab-m-f- = amico 
bene merenti fecit: VI 16788, 32662 
( Rome) — h • a • b ■ m • f • = heres amico bene 
merenti fecit : VI 32698 (Rome) — 

(c) a • c • = amico carissimo : V 7853 
(Pedo) — HACFc- = heres amico 
carissimo faciendum curavit: VI 5218 
(Rome) — (d) A-o- = amico optimo: 
VI 27744 (Rome); V 6107 (Mediola- 
num) — ao -f-c- = amico optimo fa- 
ciendum curavit: VI 3199,3205,3230, 
3271, 3290, 32797 (Rome) — h-a-o-f-c- 
= heres amico optimo faciendum cu- 
ravit: VI 3178, 3220, 3272, 32810, 
32817 (Rome) — (43) ANAGNINVS. 
s-pq_-a- = Senatus populusque Ana- 
gninus: X 5917, 5919, 5923, 5924 
(Anagnia) — (44) ANIMA? cvmd-a-s- 
= cum Deo anima sancta (?): VI 31976 
(Rome) — (45) ANIMVS. In a great va- 
riety of dedication formulas, (a) vs-l-a- 
= volum solvit libens (or lubens) animo. 
Extremely freq. in Africa. (See indices 
of VIII). Elsewhere rare; not found in 
Rome. Exx. : X 6786 (Aenaria Insula), 
7555 (Carales), 7857 (Sardinia, bronze 
vase); IX 3919 (Peltuiniim) ; III 13608 
(Heliupolis), 14206 12 (Philippi); II 177 
(Olisipo) — Variants: votvm solvit la- : 
VIII 14934, 14954, 14963,14966,15090, 
15095, 15146 (Thignica), 14434 (Prov. 



Proc.) — votvm s-l-a-: VIII 14955, 
15040, 15134 (Thignica), 16699 (Prov. 
Proc.) — votv (sic) solvit l • a • : VIII 
15085, 15173 (Thignica), 18062 (Castra 
Lambaes.) — vor- solvit lib -a-: VIII 
14692 (Thiburnica) — vot s-l-a-: VIII 
15172 (Thignica), 17625 (Vazaivi) — 
v sol-la: VIII 15004 (Thignica) — vt- 
(sic) s-l-a-: VIII 15048 (Thignica) — 
vsl-a-s- = votum solvit libens animo 
suo (?): VIII 1143 (Carthago) — v-s- 
SLA- = votum solverunl libentes ani- 
mo: VIII 10624 (Tebessa) — votvm 
solvervnt l-a-: VIII 8440 (Sitifis) — 
v • s • compote factvs la-: XI 3247 (Su- 
trium) — vot-sol-sacl-a- = votum solvit 
sacerdos libens animo: VIII 15044 (Thi- 
gnica) — (b) v-s- a- L- = votum solvit 
animo libens: II 676, 677 (Turgalium) ; 
III 1088 (Apulum); VIII 15145 (Thi- 
gnica) — (c) v • l • a • s • = votum libens 
animo solvit: III 163, 6671, 6674, 6675, 
6676 = 12096, 6681. 6682. 6683. 6685, 
14165 5 (Bervtus), 14386'', 14386«, 14391 
(Heliopolis = Baalbek) ; VIII 1843 (The- 
veste), 10938 (Caesarea), 12389 (Neferis), 
14918, 15097, 15148 (Thignica), 18224 
(Castra Lambaes.); II 403 (Viseu). — 
Variants: votvm libes (sic) as-: VIII 
12491 (Carthago) — votvm l • a • solvit : 
VIII 8923 (Saldae) — votvm -l- a -s- : 
VIII 2531 (Castra Lambaes.) — (d) v- 
a-s-l-m- = volum animo solvit libens me- 
rito: XII 1069 (Apta) — (e) v-a-l-s 
= votum animo libens solvit: II 435 
(Igaeditani) — (/) l-a-v-s- = libens 
animo votum solvit: VIII 12398 (Ne- 
feris), 14553 (Simitthus), 14973, 15058, 
15105 (Thignica), 18651 (Diana) — 
(g) L-vsA- = libens votum solvit animo : 
VIII 15072, 15161 (Thignica) — (h) a- 
l-vs- = animo libens votum solvit: 
II 425 (Viseu); Eph. Epig. IX p. 27 
no. 43, 44 (Emerita) — (i) s-vl-a- = 
solvit votum libens animo : X 7557 (Ca- 
rales.) — (k) Other sporadic variants are: 
la-: VI 98 (Rome); VIII 2593, 2667 
(Lambaesis) — a • l • : II 337 (Collippo), 
467 (Emerita) — v • l • a • = vovit libens 
animo: VIII 15051, 15061 (Thignica) — 
sol-la-: VIII 14921 (Thignica) — 
las- VIII 15094 (Thignica)— l-af- 
= libens animo fecit: VI 17611 (Rome); 



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THESAURUS LINGUAE LATINAK EPIGRAPHICAE 



VIII L2891, 12898 (Neferis) — a-l-p- 
= animo libens posuil: II 404 (Viseu) — 
i. AP- = libens animo posuit, Epb. 
Epig. IX p. 17 (Ebora) — l-a-m-p = 
libens animo mer/to (rather than me- 
morial») posuit: III 0708 (Ancyra) — 
l • a ■ m • so • = Libens animo merilo sol- 
vit: II 5339 (Caesarobriga) — l-a-d-d- 
= libens ammo do /turn dedit: X 6799 
(Aenaria insula) — s-p-l-a f- = sua pe- 
cunia libentes animo fecerunl.: VIII 
16(593 (Turratenses) — (46) ANN VS. 
(a) In sep. inserr. giving age of deceased, 
v • a • = via: it annis (or annos), extreme- 
ly frequent everywhere. [Nole v-a-i-, 
v-av- , VAX-, v-al-, v-AC-, where the 
last letter is the numeral, uno (or unum), 
quinque, decern, quinquaginta, centum']. 
a • v • = annis (or annos) vixit : VI 6986, 
34370 (Rome) — q_-v-a- = qui (or 
quae) vixit annis (or annos): XII 209 
(Antipolis) — v a • p • jw • = vixit annis 
(or annos) plus minus, very freq. in late 
inserr., as VI 12651 (Rome)"'; VIII 13217 
(Carthago) — p • v ■ a • = plus (or pia) 
vixit annis (or annos) and v • p • a- ; very 
freq. in Africa only. See indices of VIII — 
MiLiTAviT-A-: VI 208 (Rome) — a- {tot), 
(after personal name) — annorum ; freq. 
everywhere, esp. in Spain, Gaul, and Dal- 
matia. da- (XI 890, Mutina), and df a- 
(III 3175a (Dalmatia) = de functus an- 
norum — q_df a- = quondam de functus 
annorum : XIII 687 (Burdigala) — o-a- 
= obitus annorum: VIII 14864 (Tuc- 
cabor) — (b) In dates, a-p- = anno pro- 
vinciae (in Africa), freq. Exx.. at Sitifis, 
VIII 8433, 8449, 8457, 8492, 8500, 
8501, 8588. 8608; at Celiac 8777; at 
Auzia, 9020, 9069, 9090, 9091, 9133, 
9158; at Aquae Sirenses, 9746; at Al- 
tava, 9851, 9861, 9862, 9871, 9885, 
9889, 9892, 9894; at Pomarium, 9934; 
at * Numerus Si/rorum*, 9979, 9984; 
also at points in Mauretania Caesariensis, 
9733, 10907, 10927, 10930, 10931 — 
(47) ANTE, (a) ad- = ante diem, in 
dates very freq. in inserr. everywhere. 
Note: ex ad- = ex ante diem, I 2 p. 64 
(Fasti Colotiani, 711/43) — (b) sic v-a- 
l-e- = sic ut ante tectum est, VI 9493 
(Rome) — (48) ANTINAS. s-pm-a- = 
senatus populusque Marsi Anlinales, IX 



3833 (Antinum) — (49) ANTONINIA- 
NVS. In names of military bodies, as: 
al-1-fs-a- = Ala Prima Flavia Singu- 
larium Anloniniana, III 5938 (Castra 
Regina); l«xmii g«a- = Legio Decima 
Quarta Gemina Anloniniana, III 11152 
(Carnuntiim) — (50) APERIO. In various 
formulas against the desecration of the 
tomb, in northern Italy. sq_hape s-s-a- 
vdf- = si quis banc arcam post exces- 
sum supra scriptorum aperire volueril, 
dabit fisco..., V 2831 (Patavium); XI 
40, 352 (Ravenna). Cf. si qvis hanc arc- 
post excess s-s-AD-FC- i. e. post excessum 
supra scriptorum aperuerit, dabit fisco 
Caesaris..., XI 349 (Ravenna) — s-h- 
a-p-exc-e a-q_s-s s-d- in F-c- = siquis hanc 
arcam post excessum eorum aperuerit 
qui supra scripli sunt, dabit in fiscum 
Caesaris..., XI 198 (Ravenna). Cf. sh- 
ape e d:ss s a-d-a-b- in f • CAES- (with the 
same words in different order), XI 107 
(Ravenna) . siqjhplanc-p-exceor-QjSss- 
ad- = siquis hanc plancam post exces- 
sum eorum qui supra scripli sunt ape- 
ruerit, dabit..., XI 119 (Ravenna) — 

S-P-OBIT'E-Q;SS S-H-PLANCADDRPR- = $£- 

quis post obilum eorum qui supra scripli 
sunt hanc plancam aperuerit, dabit dono 
rei pub lie ae liavennalium . . ., XI 43 
(Ravenna) — (51) APOLLINARIS, in the 
name of the colony of Reii, now Riez 
(Gallia Narbonensis). c-i-a-a- = Colonia 
Iulia Augusta Apollinaris, XII, 358, 
367 (Reii) — c-v-r a- = Colonia Velus 
Reiorum Apollinaris, XII 360 (Reii) — 
(52) APONVS, the deity of the hot 
springs at Patavium. a a- = Aquae Aponi 
(or Apono Auguslo), V 2783 seq. (Pa- 
tavium) — (53) APPLICO. at (sic) hoc 
Mv-A-N L- = ad hoc monumenlum uslri- 
num applicare non licet, VI 16746 
(Rome) — (54) APVD (?). h-m-a-m-r- =hoc 
monumenlum apud meos remanebit (?), 
X 2614 (Puteoli) — (55) APVLVM. mvn- 
avrelivm A(pulum), III 1132 (Apulum) — 
(5.6) APVLVS (?). pRoc-s-A- = procura- 
tor saltuum Apulorum (?), IX 784 (Lu- 
ceria) — (57) AQVA. a- a- = Aquae 
Aponi. See above, s. v. aponvs — (58) 
ARA. fas- = filius aram slatuit, VIII 
17597 (Numidia) — (59) ARCA. See 
citations above under aperio, and add. ; 



THESAURUS LINGUAE LATTNAE EPIGRAPHICAE 



13. 



sclhaaperverit = si quis hanc arcam 
aperuerit, III 168 (Berytus) — (60) 
AREA. a-l- = area lata, XII 1697 (Vo- 
contii) — (61) ARELATE. (Me) a-f- == 
Ar elate fecit, XII 5701 l (A relate, a tile) 
— (62) ARGENTVM. (a) Very freq. 
everywhere in the official function in vir 
a-a-a-f-f- — auro argento aere flando fe- 
riundo. See s. v. aurum — (b) a-p- = 
argenti pondo, XIV 119 (Ostia). ex a-p- 
= ex argenti pondo, II 863 (Mirobri- 
ga) — (6'6) ARILICA. coll-n-v-a-consist- 
= collegium nautarum Veronensium A- 
rilicae cousisl(enlium), V 4017 (Ari- 
lica) — (64) ARMA. c-a- = cuslos ar- 
morum, VI 3248 (Rome); III 3457 
(Aquincum). 4323 (Brigetio), 11126 (Car- 
nuntura), 14409, 14507 (Moesia Inf.); 
Brarab. 1294 (Moguntiacum), 1836 (Weis- 
senburg) — ex c • a • = ex cuslode ar- 
morum, III 11189 (Carnuntum); Bramb. 
1117 (Moguniiacum) — ac = armo- 
rum custos, VIII 2913 (Lambaesis) — 
(65) ARVENSIS. mf-a- = Municipium 
Flavium Arvense, II 1060; Eph. Epig. 
IX 429' (Arva) — (66) AS. VI 10298 
(Rome); IV 1751, 1969, 2450 (Pom- 
peii, graffiti); IX 2689 (Aesernia) — 

(67) ASCIA. s-A- = sub ascia, V 7882 
(Cemenelum) — svb a- , V 7956 (Ceme- 
nelum) ; XIII 2005 (Lugudiiuum) — 

(68) ASTIGITANVS. r-p-a- = Res Pu- 
blica Astigitana, II 1472 (Astigi) — 

(69) ASTVRES. a- i -a- = ala prima 
Aslurum, III 8074 (Dacia, a tile) — 

(70) ATAECINA. a-ald-svop-c-=^6>- 
cinae Auguslae (or animo) libens de suo 
ponendum curavit, Eph. Epig. IX p. 44 
no. 101 (Lusitania) — (71) ATRIA, ma- 
= Municipium Atria, V 2315 (Atria) — 
(72) AVE. A-v- = ave, vale, Bramb. 
1191 (Moguntiacum) — (73) AVENTI- 
NVS. See citation above under aedes 
(c) — (74) AVGVSTVS. (a) Of the em- 
peror Augustus or his successors, g-d-a-s- 
= genio divi Augusti sacrum, VIII 
6267-6291 (Numidia) — f-a-perp- = 
flamen Augusti perpetuus. VIII 5280 
(Hippo) — p • f • a • = pius felix Au- 
gustus, III 7307 (Patrae) — (b) In ti- 
tles of divinities under the Empire — 
BAS- = Bacaci Augusto sacrum, in 
inscrr. of the crypt on the hill called 



Taya (Numidia), VIII 18830-18854 — 
deae bellonae a-s-, VIII 5521 (Thibi- 
lis) — DA-s- = Dianae Auguslae sa- 
crum, in Dalmatia, III 8298, 8509, 
13199 — fas = Fortunae Augustae 
sacrum, III 14666 (Dalmatia) — l as- 
= Libero Augusto sacrum, III 1787 
(Narona), 3092 (Brattia), Pais 1095 (Po- 
la) — M-A-s- = Marti (or Mercurio) 
Augusto sacrum, VIII 19126 (Sigus), 
12489 (Carthago) — s-a- = Salus Au- 
gusta, XI 361 (Ariminum) — s-a-s- = 
Saturno Augusto sacrum, very freq. at 
Thignica (Prov. Procons.); see VIII 14913 
seq. Elsewhere, VIII 996 (Prov. Pro- 
cons.), 5302, 5303 (Calama), 12391 (Ne- 
feris), 12491 (Carthago) — s-a-s- = Sil- 
vano Augusto sacrum, V 828 (Aquileia) ; 
III 8685, 14678 (Salonae), 14926 (Tra- 
gurium), 9791, 9792 (Municipium Ma- 
gnum), 9813°, 9813 & (Urlika) — (c) In 
names of coloaiae and municipia. In 
Italy: at Aeclanum, col a-a-a- = Colonia 
Aeha Augusta Aeclanum, IX 6083 11 ; at 
Mediolanum, c-g-a-f-med- = Colonia Gal- 
lieniana Augusta Felix Mediolanum, V 
5869. In Moesia Superior: at Vimina- 
cium, m-a-v- = Municipium Augustum 
Viminacium, III 13805. In Gaul: at 
Reii, c-i-A-A- = Colonia Iulia Augusta 
Apollinaris, XII 358, 367. In Spain: 
at Barcino, col-f-i-a-pbarcino = Colo- 
nia Faventia Iulia Augusta Pia Bar- 
cino, II 4536 = 6148, 4537, 4538, 4539, 
4541 to 4548; at Emerita, c-a-e- = Co- 
lonia Augusta Emerita, II 492 — (d) In 
names of legions. Exx.: l-ii-a- = Legio 
Secunda Augusta, VII 120 (Isca) ; l-iii-a- 
= Legio Tertia Augusta, VIII 10474 
(Africa) — (75) AV1A (?). a-f-c- is per- 
haps to be read: avia faciendum cu- 
ravit in Eph. Epig. IX 317 (Toletum) — 
(76) AVLVS. Freq. everywhere in per- 
sonal names: a f-a-n- = Auli filius, Auli 
nepos, etc. Note a- a- = Auli duo, VI 
880, 6791, 9208, 12236, 28265; I 1094, 
all from Rome. Observe praenomen after 
nomen in early inscrr., as helvi a(uH) 
s(ervus), I 570 (Capua); helvidi a(uU) 
s(ervus), X 7717 (Carales) — (77) AV- 
RATVS. T-A- = taurus auralus, VI 2107 
1. 13 (Rome, Arval record, A.D. 224) — 
(78) AVRELIVS. m-aa- = Munio'pium 



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A-AB 



'ilium Apulum, III 1132 (Apulum); 
N ,^ = Civitas Aurelia Aquensis, 

Brarab. 1966, l'.'. r >7, 1958 (Aquae) — 
(79) AVRVM. Very freq. everywhere in 
the official function in vir aa a f-f- = 
auro argento acre flando feriundo. See 

S. V. Al'Iil'M. (80) AVT. MASSA A- 

pvndvs, VI 8428 (Rome) — (81) AVTEM. 
\lll 2557 (Castra Lambaesitana) — 
(82) AVVS. p a p b M- = patri, avo, pa- 
trono bene mereati, VI 15060 (Rome); 
m • et a-et f p p FC- = matri et avo et 
fi'lio pro pietate faciendum curavit, III 
4603 (Pannonia Superior). 

A Interj. (Not AH in inscrr. cited). 
Ah! Alas/, in expressions of sorrow. In 
metrical epitaphs, as: X 8131 (Stabiae): 
a male!; VIII 8567 (Sitifis): a dolor 
et gemitvs inlvsaq.(ve) vota tvorvm. 

A, AB, ABS, AFS, AF, etc. Prep. 
with abl. case. 

Synopsis of arrangement. 

1. Forms. 

II. Unusual constructions (a) With accusative. 
(b) With genitive, (c) AB before consonants. 
(d) A before vowels, (e) Joined with following 
word. 

III. Usk. (A) Local, (a) denoting separation, 
source, motion away from, dependent on verbs, 
trans, and intrans. (b) denoting ' voluntary 
agent ' (and, by extension, involuntary agent), 
with passive verbs, (c) dependent on the 
verbal force in nouns, (d) dependent on ad- 
jectives and adverbs, (e) adverbial phrases, 
expressing distance from point to point (cor- 
responding to ad, usque ad, etc.). (f) Deno- 
ting location or domicile, (g) In functions, 
public aud private, (h) Adverbial formulas, etc. 
Miscellaneous. — (B) Temporal. 

1. Forms, a' = long a, freq. every- 
where, aa = long a : aa cetereis, I 202, 

2, 1. 29 (Lex. Corn, de XX QuaesL, B.C. 
81)— ap:ap via, II 4926 (Tarraco- 
nensis) — ab? and aps (only before te): 
abs te, X 2496 (Puteoli)f aps te, XI 
1129 (Forum Novum). IX 384 (Canu- 
sium), V 2 8515 (Aquileia) — af : af Capva, 
I 551 = X 6950 (Polla. B.C. 132); af 
vobeis, I 201, 1. 11 = XIV 3584 (Epist. 
Praet ad Tiburtes, 1 st B.C.); popvlvs 
laodicensis af lyco = 6 6^/nog 6 Acco- 



dixiuiv io)V ngbg xty Avxy, I 587 = VI 
374 = 30925 (Rome, ca. 81 B.C.); af 
mil . . . , VI 3824 = 31603 (Rome, B.C.) ; 
af mvro, I 1143 = XIV 3002 (Prae- 
neste, B.C.); af sqlo, 1 1161 = X 5837, 
5838 (Ferentinum, B.C.); af vinieis, af 
villa Paciana, Not 'is. (1891) p. 96 = 
p. 323 (Amiternum, B.C.) ; and in later 
archaizing inscrr. : af Lvcretia, I 1055 
= VI 17780 (Rome, 2 n(1 ) : af specvlv 
(sic), XIV 2772 (Labici, late) — ar, by 
mistake: ar Trophimo, VI 5183 (Rome, 
l 8t ). 

II. Constructions: 

(a) With accusative: often in Rome, 
elsewhere only in Italy, Africa, Spain. 
Exx. : In Rome, ab aedem, VI 2234; a 
capvt Africae, VI 8984, 8985 (2 nd ), 
8986 (3 d ); a capvt Africas, VI 8983 
(2 nd ); a censvs, VI 1878, 8513, 8937; 
ab conservas pediseqvas, VI 4355 (1 st ); 
ab Epolytvm fossore, Rossi I 662 (5 th ) ; 
ab heredes meos, VI 9258 J ab hortv(m) 
nov(vm), VI 8670; ab indices, VI 3414; 
ab Isem Pelagiam, VI 8707 (1 st ); a latvs, 
VI 15163; a fossoribvs Bvrdone ft Mi- 
cinvm, Rossi I 653 (5 th ); a mvnera, VI 
7612 (1 st ); ab omnes, VI 11005; a pon- 
tifices, VI 2963; a pomtitices (sic), VI 
10791 (2 nd ); a pvlvinar, VI 9136 (1 st ); 
a specvlvm, VI 7297 (1 st ); a spem vetere, 
Eph. Epig. I p. 218 (1 st ); a svcessvm, 
Boldetti, Osserv. p. 265 ; a tempestatem, 
VI 13099 (2 nd ); a Tritones, VI 8684 — 
In Italy: a censvs, XIV 4010 (Ficulea) ; 
a cades, XI 3281, 3282, 3283 (Aquae 
Apollinares ) ; a mvthvnivm, IV 1940 
(Pompeii, graffito)', a Nvceriam, X 6954 
(Campania, 3 d ); a pvlvinar, IV 2155 
(Pompeii); a vii Caesares, XIV 2886 
(Praeneste, 1 st ) — In Africa: ah Aras 
(sic, to avoid the phrase ab ad Aras), 
VIII 10432, 10435, 10437, 10438 (Ad 
Aras, 3 d ); a fvndamenta, VIII 9010 
(Maur. Caes., 4 th ) ; ab hostem, VIII 14603 
(Simitthus, 1 st ); ab orientem, VIII 2728 
(Lambaesis, 2 nd ); ab originem, VIII 2660 
(ibid. 3 d ); a rigorem. VIII 2728 (ibid. 
2 nd ); a Tacapas, VIII 10022 (Africa) — 
In Spain: a commvnionem s(an)c(ta)m. 
Hiibn. Hisp. 336 (Emerita, 7 th ); ab epi- 
scopvm Iennadivm, ibid. 469 (A.D. 913). 



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(b) With genitive. (A Graecism). Very 
seldom. Exx. : Gai.atae filio ab Danahes 
{tie), VI 18846 (Rome); a Virvni, III 
5728 (Noricum, 3 d , a milestone). Perhaps 
III 347 = 6996 (Bithynia, 3 d ) ; a Prvsae 
whicli is probably gen., though the editors 
assign it to a nom. prvsais. — With 
ellipsis of aede, templo or the like it is 
regular. Exx. in Rome: VI 2234: fana- 
tico ab Isis Serapis (sic) ; 32462 : ab Isis 
et Serapis; XV 252 (2 nd ): ab Isis; VI 
2226: ab Cyclopis (sc. antro). 

(<?) AB before consonants. Latin gram- 
marians lay down the rule that A should 
be used before consonants, AB before 
vowels and H. In the inscrr. there are 
numberless exceptions to the former rule, 
but few to the latter. [Note that in the 
Pompeian wax-tablets, IV 3340, AB is 
freq. before vowels and consonants, while 
A is not found~\. In inscrr., AB is found 
before every consonant in the alphabet. 
Exx. : Before B (seldom) : ab bonorvm 
emptore, I 200 1. 56 (Lex Agraria, 
B.C. Ill); ab bybliotheca, VI 5188, 
8743 (Rome) — Before C (extremely 
freq.): ab CDissenio, XIV 2410 (Bo- 
villae); abC-Kakio, XIV 1020 (Ostia); 
ab C • Maecenate, VI 16663 (Rome); ab 
C ■ Salio, VI 19632 (Rome) ; ab C "Septi- 
mio, VI 4996 (Rome); ab C • Vibenn(io), 
XI 4669 (Tuder); abCVibio, V 308, 
309 (Pola); abC-Voconio, VI 29445 
(Rome); ab Cassia, XIV 197 (Ostia); ab 
censoribvs, I p. 121, 1. 82 (Lex Iul. 
Mimic, B.C. 45); ab censv, VI 2334 
(Rome); ab Cerdone, VI 5353 (Rome); 
ab Cl(avdio), XV 1072 (Rome, a brick); 
ab Clavdio, VI 27268 (Rome; cf. no. 
27316); ab cloaca, VI 7882 (Rome); ab 
Cocceia, XI 3852 (Saxa Rubra) ; ab co- 
dicillis, XIV 4011 (Ficulea) ; ab colli- 
berta, VI 22958 (Rome); ab colonia, I 
577 (Puteoli, Lex Parieti fac.) ; ab com- 
mentariis, VI 1564 (Rome), XI 6343 
(Pisaurum), III 12298 = 14203 31 (Pa- 
ramythia, Epirus) ; ab commvni, VI 372 
(Rome); ab concordia, VI 8703 (Rome); 
ab conherede, VI 17078 (Rome); ab co- 
nivge, VI 26192 (Rome); ab conservas 
(sic), VI 4355 (Rome) ; ab cvbicvlo, X 
6773 (Pontia Insula); ab Cyclopis, VI 
2226 (Rome). — Before D (freq.): ab 



Danahes (sic), VI 18846 (Rome); ab de- 
cvrionibvs, II 1731 (Gades); ab dertqsa, 

II 6239 (Valentia) ; ab Deteliis, XIV 596 
(Ostia); ab dibvs (sic), III 14206 21 (Ma- 
cedonia); ab die, III 7526 (lstrus); ab 
divo, X 8038 (Vanacini), XI 3108 (Fa- 
lerii), XIV 2612 (Tusculum), X 4862 
(Venafrum), IX 4682, 4684,4685 (Reate), 
5533 (Urbs Salvia), V 889 (Aquileia), 

III 7334 (Serrhae), XIII 1802 (Lugdu- 
num), II 1423 (Sabora), 4277 (Tarraco); 
ab domino, V 7865, 7866 (Cemenelum); 
ab ii viris, IE 1963 § XXIX = 5439 
§ III, I, 20 and II 1964 § LXVI (Lex 
MalaciL). — Before F. (Seldom) : ab 
fontei (sic). I 199, 6, 12 (Sentent. Mi- 
me., B.C. 117); AB FORNICE, I 1412 = 
XI 5390 (Assisium); ab foro, X 4660 
(Cales); ab fvndamentis, 1X4063 (Car- 
sioli). — Before G. (Very seldom) : ab 
grad(ibvs), I 569 (Capua). — Before I 
consonant. (Infreq.): ab Iano, VI 10027, 
12816 (Rome), X 4660 (Cales), II 4697 
(Baetica), 4712, 4715 (Corduba); ab Ivlia, 
VI 5783 (Rome); ab Ivlio, VI 27179 
(Rome); ab Ivnio, VI 20294 (Rome); 
ab ivsto, II 1963 § XXIX (Lex Ma- 
lacit.). — Before K. (Very seldom) : ab 
Kakia, XIV 1106 (Ostia). — Before L 
(Freq.) : ab L • Baianio, II 5042 (Baetica) ; 
ab L-Caecilio, IV 3440 (Pompeii, wax- 
tablets ; very freq. : see indices p. 449) ; 
ab l • Fadio, XV 207, 674 (Rome, brick- 
stamps); ab L • Fvfidio, VI 21807 (Rome); 
ab L • Licinio, XV 63ba,b,c (ibid.); ab 
L- Pinario, VI 5014(Rome); ab L- Porcio, 
VI 4368 (Rome) ; ab L- Tvrranio, XIV 988 
(Ostia); ab Larcio, VI 28759 (Rome); 
ab Lvco, VI 9897, 9974, 10022, 33870 
(Rome); ab Lvrio, VI 11615 (Rome). — 
Before M. (Freq.) : ab M- Ivlio, VI 28463 
(Rome); ab M-Libone, I p. 324 col. 3. 
14 = I 2 p. 244 (Fasti Amit., after A.D. 
15); ab M-Scaniano, VI 25542 (Rome); 
ab M • Silano, VIII 14603 (Simitthus); 
ab M-Verginio, VI 28587 (Rome); ab 
M-Vetio, VI 28868 (Rome); ab mare, 
VI 1508 (Rome); ab marmoribvs, XI 3199 
(Nepet); ab Mettia, VI 22651 (Rome); 
ab Mvnatio, XIV 628 (Ostia). — Before 
N. (Freq.): ab nichilo (sic), VI 26003 
(Rome); ab nigro, VI 1472 (Rome);AB 
Niso, VI 4250 (Rome); ab Nobia (sic), 



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AB 



XIV 821 (Ostia); ab nobis, VI 9525 
>n novo, XIV 12 1 1 i * ( Lauu- 
viumh — Before P. (Freq.): ab p-Te- 
hentio, IV 8340 no. CX XX VI 1 1 (Pom- 
peii, wax-tablet); ab p-Caecilio. VI 
22819 (Rome); abP-Nonio, VI 1583(3 
(Rome); ab paaco (sic), VI 3823 (Rome); 
ab paimento (sic), VI 1 7 ."> 2 4 (Rome); 

AB PARENTIBVS, VI 15'37 § 37 (Rome, 

Laud. Turiae)] ab pariete, II 3443 (Car- 
thago Nora); ab Pervsia. XI 5624 (Ple- 
stia); ab Philadelpho. IV 3340 (Pom- 
peii); ab Plario, VI 14*61 (Rome); ab 
popvlo, I 200 1. 71 {Lex Agraria, B.C. 
111). X 996 (Pompeii); ab porta. VI 
9514 (Rome): ab privato, VI 1263, 1264 
(Rome). — Before Q^ (Seldom): ab Q_ 
Ivmo. VI 26361 (Rome); ab Q_Svlpicio, 
VI 26365 (Rome) ; ab xv viris, XIII 1751 
(Lugdunuui). — Before R. (Freq.): ab 
ratione, III 1992 (Salonae); ab redejyip- 
TOR2. II 5439. 3. 1. 22 {Lex Ursonens.); 
ab regio, I 551 = X 6950 (Polla); ab 
re pvblica, II 2129 (Obulco); ab rivo, 
I 199 1. 6 (Sentent. Mi.mc). X 4842 
1. 44 (Venafrnm); ab Roma, VI 10231 
(Rome), XI 819 (Mutina); ab Romvlo, 

I p. 312. 12 (Fasti Praenestini) ; ab Rv- 
tvlis, I p. 317 (Ibid.). — Before S. (Very 
freq.): ab sacrario, VI 2329 (Rome); 
ab Sagvnto. II 6239 (Valentia); ab Sal- 
LvsTio, VI 17543 (Rome); ab scaena, VI 
10094. 10095 (Rome); ab scala, VI 
9683 (Rome): ab se, I 204 11. 26, 32 
{Lex Anton, de Termess.)', ab Selevco, 
VI 27034 (Rome); ab sex. VI 9198, 
9884 (Rome); ab sociis. VI 6150. 10332 
(Rome); ab solo, VI 15496 (Rome). X 
333 (Atina), XI 3137 (Falerii), V 3019 
(Patavium); ab splendidissimo, X 7915. 
7917 (Cornus), II 1277 (Siarum). 1481 
(Astigi); ab statva, VI 10023 (Rome); 
ab stillicidio, VI 22179 (Rome); ab 
sTVDiis. VIII 11380 (Sufetula); ab svpe- 
lectile (sic), VI 4035 (Rome). — Be- 
fore T. (Very freq.): ab T-Allio. XV 
522 (Rome, brick-stamp); abTFvrio, 
IX 5568 (Tolentinum); ab Tarracona, 

II 6239 (Valentia); ab terra, VI 23400 
(Rome); ab Tert(io), XV 1044 (Rome, 
brick-stamp); as hi (= tertio) m(iliario), 
VI 33400 (Rome); ab Ti-Caesare. V 
4365 (Brixia); ab Tiberio, VI 29335 



(Rome), V 4365 (Brixia). Ill 3158 (Dal- 
matian ab Tio, III 14188 4 (Bithynia); 
ab Tito, XI 1656 (Tnder); ab titvlo, 
VI 17524 (Rome); ab Trebellia, IX 
2654 (Aesernia); ab toris, VI 8655 a 
(Rome), XIV 4120 8 (Frascati); ab tribvs, 
VI 23111 (Rome). Ill 7613 (Moesia Sup.); 
ab tvtoribvs, XI 419 (Ariminum). — 
Before V consonant. (Freq.): ab Valentia. 
II 6239 (Valentia): ab vehicvlis, VI 
B542 (Rome); ab Venere, VI 2274 
(Rome); ab Veste, VI 5197 (Rome); ab 
Vi[m](inacio), III 8270 (Moesia Inf.): 
ab virginitate, VI 7732 (Rome), X 3720 
(Liternum). 

(d) A before vowels and H is very rare 
in inscrr. Exx. : a Avgvstobriga. II 4899 
(Tarracone.isis) ; a epistvlis, VI 4249 
(Rome. Mod. Liviae); a Vlpio, III 2685 
(Tragiirium). 

(e) A. AB is very often joined with the 
following word. Esx. J*abactis, III 1457 
(Sarmizegetnsa, 2 nd ) ; aba more ( = ab 
amore), VI 35769 (Rome); abarca, II 
3279 (Castillo); abracara. II 4736, 4748, 
4804, 4860 (Bracara aud vicinity): aby- 
bliotheca, I p. 327 = I 2 p. 247 (Fasti 
Antiales); acarne, Rossi 159 (Rome f); 
acensibvs. XI 5213 (Fulginiae) ; aace- 
tereis (sic), I 202 1. 29 (Lex Cornel, 
de XX QaaesL); acognitionibvs, II 
1085 (Ilipa); acommentarus, V 7004 
(Tauriui); acrystallinis, III 536 (Co- 
rinthus, 3 d ); acvbicvlo, VI 166, 1598 
(Rome); abeventv. XI 6076 (LTrvinum) ; 
afiblis (sic). Ill 536 (Corinthus, 3 d j ; 
abieis = ab iis, I 206 1. 154 (Lex Ialia 
Minic); abiano, II 4697 (Baetica, 1 st ); 
alatronibvs, II 2968 (Carenses) ; ALiBEL- 
lis, VI 180 (Rome, 3 d ), XI 5213 (Ful- 
giniae); amagistehio, VI 541 (Rome, I st ); 
amandatis, VI 8813, 8814 (? Rome). Ill 
536 (Corinthus. 3 d ); amiliths. VI 1410 
(Rome); anatalica, VI 36377 (Rome); 
anovo, XI 6225 ( Fanum Fortunae); 
abordine, II 2030 (Osqua), 4463 (Aeso); 
apisoraca, II 4883 (Tarraconensis, 1 st ); 
aplaet(orio). VI 29237 (Rome) ; apopvlo. 
IX 3159 (Corfinium), X 689 (Surrentum); 
aq_vo, I 205 11. 7, 9, 38 (Lex Jiubria); 
asolo, VI 338 (Rome). XI 5375 (Asi- 
sium). VIII 608 (Mididi), 757 (Gales. 
3 d ); asvmmo, X 1698 (Puteoli); asvpel- 



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lectile, I p. 327 = I 2 p. 247 (Fasti 
Antiates); atvr(nia) in ligature, III 5718 
(Noricum). 

III. Use: 

(A) Local, (a) Denoting separation, 
source, motion away from, dependent on 
verbs, trans, and intrans. ABALIENARE I 
204. 1. 1. 33 and 2. 1. 26 (Lex Anton, 
de Termess.): qvod eivs ipsei sva vo- 

LVNTATE AB SE NON ABALIENARVNT. 

ABESSE. VI 32323, p. 3239 1. 27 (Rome, 
Comm. Lud. Saec, B.C. 17): si qvi a 
coNTioNE afvissent; VI 11535 (Rome): 

CIPPVS PRIMVS .... ABERAT AB TRVNCO MO- 
NVMENTI P(EDES) V ET AB STRVCTVRA AQVAE 

Clvsaris p(edes) vs; IX 2827 (Buca, 1 st ): 

VT ABESSET AVTEM PALVS A FOSSA. 

Especially in formulas warding off dolus 
malus. [See above, art. A s. v. absvm 
IV. 2, and below s. v. absvm, dolvs]. 
Exx.: VI 8861, 8862 (Rome): ab us 

OMN1BVS DOLVS MALVS ABESTO ET IVS CI- 
VILE; VI 9485 (Rome, 1 st ): ab hoc mo- 

NVMENTO DOLVS MALVS ABESTO ; VI 10247 

(Rome, 3 d ) : dolvm abesse afvtvrvmq_ve 

ESSE A TE, HEREDE TVO, ET AB HIS OMNIBVS. 

— ABIRE. II 1963 XXIX (Lex Malacit): 

QVO NE AB IVSTO TVTORE TVTELA ABEAT. 

ABSTINERE. X 1401 ( Hereulaneum ) : 

VT APSTINERENT SE A TAM FOEDO GENERE 

negotiation(is). [Cf. in the same inscr., 

APSTINERE SE OMNES CRVENTISSlMO GENERE 

negotiation^]. V 6286 (Mediolanium, 

5 th ): ABSTINENS SE AB OMNI MALIGNA RE. 

ACCIPERE. Very freq. in inscrr. Exx: I 
202. 2. 11. 29, 30 (Lex Cornel, de XX 
Quaest. ca. 81 B.C.): qvaestor(es) ab 
EIS VICARIOS accipivnto, vtei aacetereis 

(SIC) VIATORIBVS PRAECONIBVS ACCIPEI OPOR- 

tebit; 1 206 1. 148 (Lex Lulia Munic, 
ca. 45 B.C.): rationem abieis (sic) iv- 
rateis accipito ; III 2 p. 798 cap. 33, 9 
(Mon. Ancyr.): a me gentes Parthorvm 
et Medorvm . . . reges pet[i]tos ACCEPE- 
rvnt ; XIII 3162 (Viducasses, 3 d ): haec 

A ME PAVCA ... VELIM ACCIP1AS J VI 1527 

1. 37 (Rome, 1 st B.C.): omne tvom pa- 

TR1MONIVM ACCEPTVM AB PARENTIBVS ; VI 

5662 (Rome, 1 st ): a qva accepit iniv- 
riam nvllam; VIII 14590 (Simitthus) : 
(denarium) tria milia a fisco accepta 
svnt; IX 2438 (Saepinum, 2 nd ): iniv- 



RIa(m) ACCIPERE A STATIONARY (sic) ET MA- 

g(istratibvs). Of money etc. received in 
payment; XI 1636 (Pisae): accept(.s) 

PRO POENA A FABR(ls) NAv(aLIBVs) HS. (tot) \ 

X 114 (Petelia) : vsvras qvas ita a re 
p(vblica) acceperint; IV 3340 (Pompeii, 
wax-tablets): se accepisse ab (Mo), yevy 
freq., as no. 1, 5-7, 21, 23, 24. 30, 33, 
40, 45, 46, 48, 139-147, 151 ; III 2 p. 941 
(Dacia, wax-tablet, 2 nd ) : accepisse et ha- 
bere ab Dasio. [Cf. in the same inscr. : 

EMIT MANC1PIOQVE ACCEPIT . . . DE BELLICo] ; 

III 2 p. 951 (ibid.): a socis (sic) acci- 
pere debebit; II 5040 (Baetica): man- 
cipio accepit ab L • Baianio libripend[e] 

— Esp. freq. everywhere with locus and 
similar gifts connected with burial (co- 
lumbarium, exedra, tumulus, etc.), and 
of civic honors etc., as: II 5063 (Sin- 
gilia) : beneficivm . .. ab ordine acce- 
ptvm; VIII 792 (Civ. Araditana): com- 

MODIS ACCEPTIS ... AB [l]MP. DOMITIANO, etc. 

— ADDVCERE. Ill 9576 (Salonae f): 
A Sirmio Salonas addvcta est; Hiibn. 
Hisp. 474 (Legio, 11 th ): ab vrbe Hispali 
addvxervnt ibi corpvs; [Cf. addvxervnt 
ibi de vrbe Avila corpvs in the same 
inscr.] — ADFERRE. VI 2464 (Rome) : 
atferente (sic) Zotico (sc. corpus) a 
Brittania (sic); XIII 2181 (Lugudunum): 
corpvs . . . ab Vrbe adferri cvravervnt. — 
ADVENIRE. Hiibn. Hisp. 469 (Spain, 
A. D. 913): adveniens a Cordvvensi (sic) 
patria. — ALIEN ARE. VI 10284 (Rome): 

NE Q_VIS A NOMINE NOSTRO AL1ENARE AV- 

deat; VI 26943 (Rome): ne a qvoqvam 

EORVM HORTVLVS ALIENETVR. AVFERRE. 

I 204 1. 16 (Lex Anton, de Termess., 

71 B.C.): NEVE INPERATO (sic) QVO QVID 

. . . ab ieis .. . avferatvr; X 4728 (Ager 
Falernus) : qvam abstvlit a lvce atra 
dies; XIII 2046 (Lugudunum): qvam 
abstvlervnt fa[ta] iniqva a NATIS ET co- 
nivge. — AVOCARE. X 1782 (Puteoli): 

A TANTA AVOCARE TRISTITIA. CAPERE. 

XI 284 (Ravenna, f , 6 th ): Virginis avla 

MICAT CHRISTVM QVAE CEPIT AB ASTRIS. 

CEDERE. VI 35767 (Rome): ab amore 
patris svi . . . cesit (sic) ; VI 9499 (Rome) : 

NVLLA IN AVARITIE (sic) CESSIT AB OFFICIO; 

Carm. Lat. 1618 = Notiz. (1891) p. 320 
(Puteoli): nic (= nee) cessit a te. — 
CESSARE. Ill p. 949 no. XI (Dacia, 






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»1( | : qvod si, in[vit]o condv- 

CTORE. A RE CBSSABI1 IN DIES. COM- 

rare. Ill 9567 (Salonae, 5 th ): <iyi 

NPARABU AR Av(REUO) AlEXSIO 

piscina(m); V" 5795 (Mediolannm) : com- 

IARATA KIA A RE PVB j VI 9157 

LOCVS QVEM COMPARAVIT A 

Petro; VI 9994 (ibid.): hvnc locvm 

, ... C< ERVNT A PRESVITERIS (S/C). 

Esp. freq. in Chr. inscrr. — CONCE- 
DERE. Carm. Lat. 657 (Rome f): [sv- 

PJERIS CONCESSIT AB ORJjs} — CON- 

SEQVI. VI 1847 (Rome, 3 d ): anvlos 

AVREOS CONSECVTVS A DIVO COMMODO | 

XI 5632 (Camerinum, 2 nd ) : vicani 

CONSECVTI AB 1NDVLGENTIA .. . (AlltO/liili 

Pit) . . . privilegia. — CRESCERE. Carm. 
Lat. 902 (Home 7): crevit et hvmana 

MORBVS AB ARTE MEVS. CVRRERE. 

Carm. Lat. 1448 = Rossi II p. 46: 

CVRREN5 AB ARCE POLL DECEDERE. 

I 206 1. 121 {Lex Julia Munic. ca. B.C. 

: AB EXERCITV DECEDERE ; XIV 2112 

I. 26 i Lanuvium) : qvisqvis a mvnicipio 
... decesserit. — DEFENDERE. V 532 
1. 34 (Tergeste): ab omnib(vs) inivriis 
tvtam defensamqve. — DEPELLERE. VI 
1736 (Rome, 4 th ): ob depvlsam ab eadem 

PROVINCIA FAMIS ET INOPIAE VASTITATEM. 

DERIGERE. VIII 304 = 11529 (Am- 
maedara. 2 nd ): [opvs pla]teae derectae 
a porta militari. — DESIDERARE. XI 
3614 (Caere, 2 nd ): desideranti a nobis 

(UU) CONSILIVM DECVRIOn(vm) COEGIMVS. 

— DICERE. I 2 p. 257 {Fasti Polemii 
Silvii): dictvs a vocando; ib. p. 259 
(ibid.): dictvs a febro verbo. — D1DV- 
CERE. V 5050 (Anauni. 1 st ): vt didvci 
ab is (sic) NON POSSIT. — DIMIT- 

TFRE. Ill 14340 6 (Sirmium): a se dimi- 
servnt. — DISCEDERE. VI 8991 (Romei: 
discessi ab vrbe. Carm. Lat. 1414 = 
Rossi II 106. 49 (Rome +): discessit ab 
vrbe. — DISCERE. VI 2120 (Rome, 2 nd ): 
(Me) a qvo didici; V 3403 (Verona): 

EXEMPLVM A NOBIS DISCITE ; VIII 218 

iCillium, 3 d ): a me non disces. — DI- 
SCERNERE. P p. 257 [Fasti Polemii 
Silvii) : nonae dictae ideo qvia nonvs 

DIES EAS DISCERNIT AB IDIBVS. DISIVN- 

GERE. VI 26338 (Rome): hos ab ammo 

POTVIT DISIVNGERE NEMO NISI FINITIO FATI. 

— ^DISTARE. Ill 7000 (Orcistus, 4 th ): 



QVAE CIV1TA[S DISTAT3 A PATRIA NOSTRA 

tricensim[|o fere l^apide. — DISTRA- 
HERE. II 1399 (Marchena): qvem lex 

SERVITII DISTRAHIT A DOMINO. DOLERE. 

VI 27728 (Rome): ni (sic) nostro do- 

LEAT CONDITA AB OFFICIO. [Cf. VI 27814 

(Rome): ni doleat nostri conditvs of- 
ficio]. — DVCERE. X 4842 (Venafrum): 
d(vm)t(axat) (sc. aqua} ab rivo . . . dv- 
catvr. Cf. X 7996. 7997, 7999, 8000, 
8001, 8011, 8027 (Sardinia); XIV 85 
(Ostia, 1 st ): fossis dvctis a Tiberi. — 

EMERE. [Often also emere de Cf. 

emo]. Freq. in Rome, elsewhere rare. 
Exx.: IIP p. 794 cap. 21. 1. 23 (Mon. 
Ancyraii.): in solo magna ex parte a 
p[r]i[v]atis empto; VI 10233 (Rome, 3 d ): 
emervnt a fisco ; VI 12534 (Rome): 
locvs emptvs a libertis ; VI 14413 
(Rome): empta olla ab arca pvblica ; X 
8038 (Vanacini, 1 st ): agris qvos a pro- 
cvratore .. . emistis; X 1746 ( Puteoli) : 
locvm emit ab ordine; XI 1420 (Pisae): 

CVRA EMENDI ... A PRIVATIS | II 2129 ( 0- 

bulco) : solo empto a repvblica (sic). — 
Esp. freq. of ollae, loci, etc., bought from 
individuals: VI 4941. 4996, 5014. 5017, 
5353, 5783, 6150, 9193, 9235, 9655, 
10369, 14461. 18159, 19632, 21087, 
21520, 22147, 22651, 22884, 22958, 
24490, 25304. 27701. 28759, 33296 
(Rome); XII 1210 (Carpentorate) ; III 
2214 (Salonae); Pais 357 (Aquileia) ; 
and notably in Chr. inscrr. of Rome, ot 
loci empti a fossoribus etc. [See fossor]. 
— ERIPERE. VI 31711 (Rome): a natis 
trinis et viro eripior; IX 2825 (Tre- 
bula) : eripvit a parentibvs. — ERRARE. 
VIII 2728 (Lambaesis. 2 nd ): apparvit 

FOSSVRAS A R1GOREM (S/C) ERRASSE. ESSE. 

VI 2120 (Rome, 2 nd ): cvm ab aedibvs 
essem. — EXCIPERE. VI 2060 1. 25 
(Arval, A. D. 81): frvges excipientes a 
sacerdotibvs ; III 6136 (Moesia Inf.): 
hoc monvm(entvm) ab her(edibvs) exci- 
pitvr. — EXCVSARE. XIV (Tibur, 2 nd ) : 
a cvivs cvra se excvsavit; X 3704 (Cu- 
mae) : ab honorib(vs) et mvnerib(vs) . ., 
excvsari ; II 4514 (Barcino. 2 nd ) : ab 

OMNIBVS MVNERIBVS SEVIRATVS EXCVSATI. 

EXIGERE. I 198 LXVII {Lex Acilia 
Repetuad., B.C. 123-122): ab eis pr[ae- 
dibvs] ... peqj.vnia exigatvr; II 5181 



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1. 23 (Lex Metal. Vipasc, 1 st ): a mv- 

LIERIBVS SINGVLIS . . . . EXIGITO ; II 6278 

1. 40 (S. C Italic): a lanistis exiga- 
tvr; XI 3805 (Veii, 1 st ); ne qvod ab 

EO LIBERISQVE EIVS VECTIGAL . . . EXIGERETVR; 

V 5050 (Anauni, 1 st ): qvod ab eo non 
exigebatvr; VIII 10570 (Saltus Buru- 
nitanus) : neqvit (sic) per inivria/w. .. a 
vobis exigatvr; VIII 17896 (Thamu- 
gadi, 4 th ): a litigatore exigi. — EXPEL- 
LERE. I 2 p. 259 (Fasti Polemii Silvii, 

5 th ): Tarqvinivs Svperbvs ab Vrbe 

expvlsvs. — EXPETERE. Ill 7000 (Or- 
cistus, 4 th ) : pecvniam . . . expeti a vobis 

POSTVLARIOJ/E PROHIBEBIT. EXPLORA- 

RE. VIII 20808 (Avzia, A. D. 305): si 
a capit[e] explores. — EXSTARE. XI 
297 (Ravenna, f, 6 th ): cvivs ab avspicii 
gratia extat opvs. — FVGERE. Ill 2 
p. 796 cap. 25.5. 1 (Mon. Ancyr.): ser- 

VORVM, QVI FVGERANT A DOMINIS. HA- 
BERE. VI 33412 (Rome): [o]llae locvm 
habet a patrono; II 1286 (Salpeusa) : 
[]e[]idemqve omnes honores a popvlo et 
incolis habiti svnt. Esp. in wax-tablets: 
III 2 p. 941 (Dacia, 2 nd ): accepisse et 
habere ab Dasio; IV 3340 nos. 2, 10-12, 
17, 22, 25, 27. 28, 31, 32, 38-40, 43, 
46, 72 (Pompeii). — IMPETRARE. VI 
1492 (Rome, 2 nd ): mitti, qvi ab eo im- 
petrent; VI 2120 (ibid.): se . . . a do- 
mino n- imp- impetrasse ; VI 18908 
(Rome): locvs impetratvs a domina mea; 

VI 30105 (Rome): [i^mpetravi id ab eo; 
IX 1156 (Aeclannm, 2 nd ): impetrata edi- 
tione ab imp(eratore) ; XI 3943 (Ca- 
pua, 2 nd ) : a divo Traiano impetravit ; 
XI 4126 (Narnia) : si impetro a te; XIV 
2634 (Tusculum) : loco impetrato ab 
ordine; II 4269 (Tarraco, 2 nd ): loco a 
provincia [imp]etrato. — INCIPERE. 
VI 9858 (Rome, 5 th ) : a qvo lex digni- 
tatis inciperet. — INDVCERE. Ill 12046 
(Alexandrea) : flvmen Sebaston a Schedia 
indvxit. — IRE. VI 2120 (Rome, 2 nd ) 
and X 6706 (Antium, 2 nd ) : evntibvs ab 
vrbe. — MERCARI. I 200 1. LXXI (Lex 
Agraria, B.C. Ill): qvei eo nomine ab 
popvlo mercassitvr; X 3334 (Misenum): 

AGRI QVEM AB HEREDIBVS MERCATVS EST. 

MERERE. VI 27556 (Rome): non hqc 
merentes a vobis; XIV 497 (Ostia) : A 
qvo mervit; III 754 (Moesia Inf.): me- 



rvit haec a me; VIII 13134 (Carthago): 
is a me merebatvr. — MIGRARE. XIII 
2399 (Lugudunum f ) ; tfrris migravit 
ab imis; Hiibn. Hisp. 378 (Corduba, f, 
7 th ): migravit ab hoc (a)evo. — NASCI. 
VI 13377 (Rome): qvi nascentvr ab 
illis; XIV 766 (Ostia): qvi ab eis na- 
scentvr. — NAVIGARE. IIP p . 796 
cap. 26. 1. 14 (Mon. Ancyr.): ab ostio 

RHENI AD SOLIS ORIENTIS REGIONES ... NA- 

vigavit. — OBTINERE. XII 1685 (Lucus 
Angusti): [obtinv^i (?) a dis imm(orta- 
libvs). — ORBARE. VIII 21179 (Cae- 
sarea) : fatorvm cvrsvs ... me orbavit ab 
illo. — ORIRI. I 199 = V 7749. 1. 6 
(Sentent. Minucior., B.C. 117): ab rivo 

INFIMO QVI ORITVR AB FONTEIJ I p. 316 

= I 2 p. 235 (Fasti Praenest.): (sc. Ae- 
neas) A QVO P(OPVLVS) R(OMANVS) ORTVS 

e[st]; Carm. Lat. 1252 (Iguvium): ortvs 
ab Igvvio ; II 1963 XXII (Lex Malacit.): 

A CIVE ROMANO CRTVS. PACARE. Ill 2 

p. 796 (Mon. Ancyr.): mare pacavi a 
praedonibvs. — PATERE. V 2915 (Pa- 
tavium) : hic locvs patet . . . a media 
fos(sa). — PATI. VI 1537 (Rome, 3 d ): 

hoc debvera(t) ab eos (sic) PATI. 

PENDERE. II 4426 (Tarraco): finis ab 
origine pendet. — PERCIPERE. XI 6123 
(Forum Sempronii): nvnc ab eis percipis; 
II 1936 (Lacippo): (denariis mille) per- 
ceptis ab heredibvs. — PERDERE. VI 
5263 (Rome, 1 st ) : natvm perdidit a 
gremio. — PERDVCERE. V 1071 (Aqui- 
leia) : qvi me ab imo ordine ad svmmvm 

PERDVXIT HONOREM. PERIRE. XI 6730 4 

(Senum Gallicum, mosaic) : qv[i] a ma- 

TRASTRA SVA PERIVIT. PERTINERE. V 

7817 (Tropaea Aug., B.C. 8): gentes 

ALPINAE OMNES QVAE A MARE SVPERO AD 

infervm pertinebant. — PETERE. Freq. 
Exx. : I 205 cap. II 11. 3, 5, 9, 27, 29, 
30, 38 (Lex Jiubria); VI 2962, 8987, 
9626, 10242, 10768, 36377 (Rome); 
XIV 173 (Ostia), 3323 (Praeneste); IX 
3429 (Peltuinum), 5748 (Sentinum) ; X 
7457 (Cefaloedium) ; XI 970 (Regium 
Lepidum), 1420 (Pisae), 3614 (Caere); 
Pais 511 (Ateste); XII 4393 (Narbo). — 
PORRIGI. X 6950 (Salernum, 3 d ) : viam 

QVAE A NVCERIAM (sic) SaLERn(vm) VSQVE 

porrigitvr. — POSTVLARE. I 205 1. 9 
(Lex Rubria) : ab eo ; II 1963 cap. XXIX 






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/.): ab ii vims; III 7000 
astas, end 4 th ): * vobis; VIII 71 4 

(PrOT. Bj! : AB ORD1NE. — PRO- 

1 Jul l. 5 (Lex A at on. de 

B.C. 71): QVEIQVE AB IEIS 
PROi.NMI SYN1, tRVNT. PROPERARE. 

Hflbn. Bisp. 389 = Rossi II p. 294 

(= Venant. Fortunat. p. 87 ed. Leo): 

QVISQVIS AB OCCASV PROPERAS HVC, QVIS- 

qvi^ ah oktv. — PROTRAHERE. Le 
Blant 564 ! Clermont): nomen ab avo 
protrahens. — RAPERE. VI 8991 (Rome): 
raptvm . . . ab arte; VI 23135 (ib.): a 
ca(r)o svm rapta pvella sinv; VI 23790 

(ib.)j HIC SVM MATRIS AB VBERE RAPTVS ; 

XI fioSO (Urvinnm): a matre rapta es; 
VIII 14632 (Simitthus): raptvs ab in- 
geniost (I.e. a studiis); Le Blant 333 
(Sues8ione8, th ): raptvs ab orbe fvit. — 
RECEDERE. VI 8984 (Rome): recedat 
ab hoc sepvlchro; VI 22517 (ib.): a 
sarcophago recede; VI 28116 (ib.) : ab 

ALIENA MEMORIA RECEDE J VI 28449 (ib.) : 

ab ac (sic) maceri[a] ... recede; V 8587 
(Aquileia f): recessit a secvlo (sic); 
Rossi 159 (Rome f) : [tv]vs spiritvs 
acarne [sic) recedens. — RECIDERE. 
VI 26003 (Rome): in nihil ab nichilo 

(SIC) QVAM CITO RECIDIMVS! — REDI- 

MERE. VI 874 (Rome): redemptvm a 

privato ; VI 1265 (ib. 1 st ): aream 

a privatis redemptam; X 5853 (Fe- 

rentinnm): ab r(e) p(vblica) redem(it); 

V 5128 (Bergomum): Lvcar Libitinae 
redemptvm a re p(vblica). — REFERRE. 

VI 26192 (Rome): ab conivge grata 
relatast; Melanges 1903, p. 119 (Thu- 
bursicum Numid.) : a Karthagine .. . re- 
latis reuqviis. — REGREDI. VI 8498 
(Rome, 2 nd ): regrediens in Vrbe(m) ab 
expeditionibvs. — REMOVERE. II 4314 
(Tarraco) : a biivgis non removerer eqvis; 
II 6278' 1 (S. C. Italic): removervnt a 
tota harena. — REPELLERE. XIII 1666 
1. 15 (Ara Rom. et Aug.): cvm repel- 

LERETVR A GERENDIS HONORIBVS. RE- 

QVIESCERE. Ill 276(Ancyra): reqvie- 

SC1T AB VMANIS (Sic) SOLLIC1TVDINIBVS. 

RESTITVERE. VI 1262 (Rome, 1 st ): a 

PRIVATO IN PVBLICVM RESTITVIT. RE- 

SVRGERE. XI 263 (Ravenna): pvlcrior 

VT CVLTVS MAICRQVE RESVRGAT AB IMO ; 

Carm. Lat. 656 (Romef): donec re- 



svrgat ab ipso (sc. corpore). — RE- 
VERTI. Ill 3512 (Aquincum): ab expe- 
ditions) Svriat(ica) rev[e]rsvs; III 
5937 (Abusina) : reversvs ab expedi- 
tions) Bvrica; III 7526 (Istrus): ab 
die ivbeo at (sic) eos rever[ti] ; Hiibn. 

Hisp. 474 (Legio, 11 th ): revertens 

ab vrbe Valentia. — REVOCARE. Ill 
1561 (Ad Mediam) : a longa infirmi- 

tate revocavervnt. — SEPARARE. 

X 2015 (Puteoli): ab hoc loco sacro... 
seiarari; V1I1 19104, 19431 (Numidia): 

AGRI SEPARATI A PVBLICO \ II 3596 

(Ondara): vt ab eo nec sepvlcro 

separaretvr; Rev. Arch. (1902) p. 433 
no. 144 (Thamugadi): arca avgvstalivm 
a repvblica separatorvm; Hiibn. Hisp. 
336 (Emerita, 7 th ): a leminibvs (sic) 

ECLESIE (sic) SEPARETVR ET A COMMVNIO- 

NEiA.(sic) s(an)c(ta)m. — SPERARE. VI 
36653 (Rome) : ab alio speres alteri 
qvod feceris; III 14529 (Moesia Inf.): 

dolet ... pater a qvo sibi sperab(at). 

SVBMOVERE. Ill p. 1929 (Edict. Dio- 
clet., prooem. I 14-15): a commvnibvs 
ivdiciis . . . svbmoveri. — SVMERE. XI 
259 (Ravenna f): in qvod svmere te 

VOLVIT REX MAGNVS AB ALTO. SVSCI- 

PERE. VI 1771 (Rome, 4 th ): a posses- 
sore svscipiant; Carm. Lat. 733 (Rome f): 

O ATRA DIES A QVA TVMVLVS SVs[c^EPlT 

fvnvs; III 9507 (Salonae, 4 th ): a paren- 
tibvs ipsivs svscepi ; VIII 9052 (Avzia): 
[^l^iberos q_vos a te ... vxore mea svscep[j3. 
TEGERE. X 6218 (Formiae f) : texit 
(1. e. protexit) ab hoste gregem. — 
TERM1NARE. VI 1263-1264 (Rome, A. 
D. 4) : terminavervnt locvm pvblicvm 
a privato. — TRANSFERRE. XIII 1668 
1. 31 (Ara Rom. et Aug.): a consvlibvs 
ad decemviros translatvm imperivm; XIII 
1751 (Lugudunum): a Vaticano trans- 
tvlitara(m); VIII 7052 (Cirta); trans- 
latvs ab Vrbe. — TRANSIRE. X 3305 
(Puteoli 7) : a svperis mvnda transiit. — 
TVERI. V 532 1. 34 (Tergeste) : ab omni- 
b[]vs]] inivriis tvtam defensamqve; III 
12043 (Lyttus, 4 th ): a strictiore inqvi- 
sitione tveatvr ; Le Blant 492 (Vasio -J-) : 

DOMINVMQ_VE TVETVR A TENEBRIS. VA- 

CARE. The formula nvnc ab vtroqve 
vaco in 4 inscrr.: V 3415 (Verona), 
4656 (Brixia), 6842 (Aug. Praetoria), 



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7047(Taurini). Similarly, VI 301 II(Rodk'): 

MORS INTERVENIT QVAE FACET (sic) VT AB 

vtr(o)qvae (sic) vacem. — VALERE. VI 
29909 (Rome): post diem obitvs mei 

VALERE VOLO AB HEREDIBVS MEIS. VE- 
NIRE. XI 301 (Ravenna, (3 th ): veniens 
Romanvs ab Vrbe : XI 307 (Ravenna f ) : 
veniens Roiwana ab Vrbe ; III 14406 
(Berhoea) : ab vltima Gallia ... vene- 
rvnt; II 4967 31 (Italica, 1 st , = Verg. 
Aen. I 1.): primvs ab oris; VIII 212 
1. 26 (Cillium) : ab Aervthreo venientia 
mvnera flvctv; Carm. Lat. 797 (Clu- 
sium, 8 th ): veniens ab Hispaniis. — VIN- 
CERE. XIII 2414 (Lugudunurn f ) : mor- 

BVM NON POTVI VINCERE AB ARTE MEA. 

VINDICARE. VI 1750 (Rome, 4 th ): ab 

EXTREMO VINDICAVIT OCCASV | XIV 2165 

(Aricia, 4 th ): Aricinis qvi...ab into- 
[\eJrabilibvs necessitatibvs fverant vin- 
dicati. — VOCARE. P p. 259 (Fasti 
Polemii Silvii, 5 th ) : vocatvs ab ' hasta '. 
(b) Denoting ' voluntary agent ', (and 
by extension, involuntary agent), with 
passive verbs, generally past part. — 
ABDVCTVS. Ill 2544 (Salonae) : a la- 
tronibvs. — ABREPTVS. VI 19331 
(Rome): a svperis. — ACCEPTVS. Ill 
14206 21 (Macedonia) : a poi-vlo. — ADA- 
MATVS. VI 35769 (Rome) : a nymp[h]is 
adamato Narcisso. — ADHIBITVS. Ill 
586 (Lamia): a me. — ADIECTVS. VIII 
2354 (Thamugadi, 2 nd ) and 14349 (Prov. 
Procons.): adiectis a se hs. (tot). — 
ADITVS. VI 33840 (Rome, 3 d ): a me. — 
ADLECTVS inter praetorios etc. ab im- 
peratore. Very freq. See s. v. — ADPETI. 
VI 1736 (Rome, 4 th ): a conpetitoribvs. 

— ADQVISITVS. X 3310 (Puteoli +): 
a parentibvs. — ADSCITVS. V 3117 
(Verona): ab eodem ... in nvmervm Sa- 
liorvm. — ADSIGNATVS. Not infreq. in 
Rome and central Italy. See s. v. — 
ADTRIBVI. I 206 1. 82 (Lex Lid. Mu- 
nic.) : QVAE LOCA serveis pvbliceis ab 

CENS(ORIBVS) . . . ADTRIBVTA SVNT. ■ — AE- 

D1FICARI. VI 10838 (Rome); VI 20294 
(Rome, in Greek letters); III 9835 (Al- 
tava, 6 th ). — AGI. XI 3614 (Caere, 2 nd ): 

GRATIAE HVIC ACTAE SVNT AB VNIVERSIS. 

— APPELLARI. I p. 288 = I 2 p. 193 
= XI 1828 (Arretium, elogium Q. Fabii 
Maximi)'. ab exercitv Minvciano pater 



appellatvs est; I p. 314 = I 2 p. 233 
(Fasti Praenest.): a senatv popvloqve 
Romano pater patriae appellatvs. — 
APPELLITATVS. XIII 1668 1. 21 (Ara 
Rom. et Aug.) : a dvce svo. — AT- 
TACTVS. VI 2107 (Rome, Arval, A.D. 

224): AB ICTV FVLMlNIS ARBORES . . . AT- 

tactae. — CAPI. I 204 cap. II 1. 35 
(Lex Anton, de Termess.): dvm neiqvid 

PORTORI AB IEIS CAPIATVR ; I 2 p. 269 (FtlStl 

Polernii Silvii, 5 th ) : capta Vrbe a Gallis: 
VIII 2170 (Theveste): ab hoc Capeliano 
captvs. — CESSVS. XIV 380 (Ostia): 
(monumentum) cessvm sibi ab (illo). — 
CIRCVMSTRVI. VI 15593 (Rome): a me 

CIRCVMSTRVCTA EST. COEPTVS. VI 

1343 (Rome) : sepvlchrvm ab eo coeptvm; 
VI 13074 (Rome): coeptv(m) a patrono 
svo consvmmavit; V 7021 (Taurini): 

STATVAM EQV^ESTREm] COEPTAM A . . . PA- 

tre svo; IIP p. 794 cap. 20, 14 (Mon. 
Ancyr.) : coepta profligataqve opera a 
patre meo. — COMPARATVS. Ill 13137 
(Salonae): piscinam virginem a se com- 
paratam; VIII 811 (Avitta Bibba) : solo 
a se comparato. — COMPELLARI. VI 
10791 (Rome, 2 nd ): a pomtitices (for 
pou/i flees, sic!). — CONCESSVS. Freq. 
of portions of tombs ceded. See s. v. Add 
Rev. Arch. (1901) p. 145 (Moguntia- 
cum) : OB immvnitatem omnem eis con- 
CESSAM A VICANIS. — CONCLVSVS. VI 

36364 (Rome): est conclvsvs in fronte 
a maceria. — CONDITVS. VI 3499 
(Rome): corpvs con^dQtvm a patre; 
VIII 5030 (Thubursicum Numid.) : con- 

DITVM EST CORPVS MEVM ... A IVNIO ; ReV. 

Arch. (1902) p. 458 no. 245 (Magyar. 
Boly -J-) : scripta a Sanctis condita prin- 
cipibvs. — CONFIRMATVS. Ill 14377 
(Cnossus, 1 st ) : ivgera qvinqve data a 
divo Av^g.J, confirmata a divo Cl£a- 
vd]i[o]. — CONLATVS. Of aes con- 
latum, X 689 (Surrentum) : a popvlo; 
XI 405 (Ariminum): ab [v]trisq_(ve); 
XI 1838 (Arretium): a plebe; VIII 4187, 
4196, 4197, 4243 (Verecunda) : ab or- 
D1NE . _ CONSECRATVS. VI 28668 
(Rome): reliqviae ... consecratae ... ab 
M- Vetio. — CONSERVATVS. Ill 7447 
(Moesia Inf.) : ab eis. — CONSIGNATVS. 
XI 4975 (Spoletinmf): a Liberio P(a)p(a). 
— CONST1TVI. XIV 352 (Ostia): sta- 

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["HESAURUS LINOUAB LATINAE EPIGRAPHICAE 



AB 



■ COSTITVI 

. \i\ 2112 1 7 (Lanuvium, 2 nd ); 

IPSIS i iviam; VI 2158 

,,.. 1 ... a VETERIBVS . . . 

: vi ll s777 (Cellae, 3 d ): 

MV i OLON1S. — CON- 

II r,|. VI '.'117 \ ROl 1NTEGOR A TV- 

mvlo; X 3310 (Puteoli f): basilica haec 

A PARENTIBVS ADQVISITA CONTECTAQVAE 

— CONVENIRI. VI 33385 
(Rome): vi conveniretvr a negotian- 
TIBVS . — COOPTATVS. XI 5749 (Sen- 
tinum. 3 d ): PATRONOS ... a nvmero n(o- 
cooptat[o]s. — CORONATVS. 
XIV 2977 (Praeneste, 3 d ): ab imp(era- 
toribvs); V 6186 (Mediolanom +) ; VI 
1200 (Romef, 7 li 'i: a Domino.— CV- 
STOD1RI. I 206 1. 75 (Lex Mia Mu- 

: VTEI ea ab eis cvstodiantvr. — 
CREARI. XI 5265 (Hispellum, 4 th ): a 

vobis [a]dq_ve praedictis sacerdotes cre- 
entvr: VI 146 18 (Rome): nvdvs na- 
TVR C A 3 FVERAS A MATR.E creatvs ; III 7728 
(Dacia): sacer(dos) creatvs a Pal[my- 
reJms; II 1781 (Grades) : praef-ivr- 

D1C • AB DECVRIONIBVS CREATVS. CREDI. 

Kraus 4 (Chiir, -J-): crederis a cvnctis 

NON POTV1SSE MORI. DARI. I 206 

1. 17>4 (Lex Telia Manic): libros . . . 

Q_VEi AB IEIS LEGAT1S DABVNTVR ACCiPITO J 

III 14377 (Cnossus, 1 S M: ivgera qvin- 
qve data a divo Ave ; Hiibn. Hisp. 2 
lacia, 7 th ): tibi detvr pax a Deo. In 
the expression locvs datvs ab (Mo) and 
similar, extremely freq. everywhere. Cf. 
s.v. do. [Note VI 34556 (Rome): agent 
without ab]. — DEBERI. IX 4967 (Cu- 
res): CV (SIC. for itllS?'?) DEBEBITVR AB 

omnibvs possessoribvs; XI 1027 (Bri- 
xellum): epvle(s/c) debentvr acollegio; 

V til (Pola): Q_VOD El a nobis debeatvr. 
— DECEPTVS. VI 9659 (Rome): a mvl- 
tis amicis: VI 20307 : p. 2147 (Rome): 
a LATRONiB'. -: V 889 ( Aqiiileia) : ab amico; 

V 3372 (Verona): a Daciscis in bello; 

V 1612 (Brixia): ab vtrisqvae (sic) nv- 
minibvs: III 8830 (Salonae): a latrone; 
III 12392 (Moesia Inf.) : a barbaris; III 
14644 i Dalmatia): fato, non ab homine; 
VIII 2268 (Mascula): a tavro; VIII 
1621 I Diana): a ... marito svo. — DE- 
CRETVS. I p. 324 col. Ill no. 14 = IX 
4192 (Fasti Amitern.): honores cae- 



1 ESTES A SENATV DECRETI J VI 30793 

(Rome): statva ab eis decreta; III 7429 
(Oescua, 3 d ): decretis ... ab ... ordine 
ornamentis; VIII 107)80= 14472 (Sal- 
tus Bnranitanns): decreto ab ordine 
loco; II 1956 (Caitima, 1 st ): statvas .. . 

AB ORDINE ... DECRETAS. DEDICATVS. 

VI 13 (Rome): ab (Mo) d. d. l. ; VI 826 
(Rome, 1 st ): area... dedicata est ab 
imp(eratore); XI 295 (Ravenna, 6 th ): 
(area) dedicata ab eodem viro. — DE- 
DVCTVS. II 1637 (Iliturgicola) : \de- 
ductd] xx ab herede; XI 419 (Arimi- 

Ulim): PARTEM VI . . . DEDVCTAM AB TVTO- 

ribvs; X 1263 (Nola, 2 nd ): dedvcto (Mo) 
a divo N(erva); IX 4862. 4864, 4865, 
4869 (Reate, 2 nd ) : (Mi) dedvcto ab divo 
Vesp(asiano) Reate. — DEFENDI. Ill 
6082 (Ephesus): sic ara defend[e]tvr 
ab us. — DELATVS. VI 1715 (Rome, 
4 th ): potestas . . . ab invictissimis princi- 
pibvs est delata; Pais 475 (Altinum) 
and III 6687 (Berytus) : delatvs a dvobvs 
cos- ad aerarivm; III 6983 (Amastris, 
1 st ): in aerar(ivm) delatvs a cos. A. 
Gabinio. — DELECTVS. VIII 11824 
(Mactaris): ab ordine. — DELICTVS. 

VII 1318 (Aquae Sulis, oculist's stamp.): 
ad qv[aJecvmq[ve] delicta a medicis. — 
DEPVTATVS. VI 1750 (Rome. 4 th ): ab 
AMPLISSIMO ORDINE. — DERELICTVS. VI 
68 (Rome): a medicis. — DESIGNATVS. 

VIII 5528 (Thibilis. 3 d ): a Domino no- 
stro. — DESOLARI. XIII 2221 (Lu- 
gadunum) : [m]ater qvae desolata est 
ab eo vno. — "DESTRVCTVS. VI 1199 
(Rome, 6 th ) : pontem ... a nefandissimo 
Totila . . . destrvctvm. — DEVICTVS. 
Ill 14147 5 (Philae. B.C. 29): post re- 
ge[s] a Caesare Divi f. devictos. — 
DICATVS. X 3828 (Capua, 1 st ): fines 

AGRORVM DICATORVM DlANAE TlFAT(ENSl) 

a Cornelio ; III 355 (Aezani. 1 st ): ager 

AEZANENSI lOVI DICATVS A REGIBVS. 

DICTVS. X 476, 477 (Paestum, 4 th ): ab 
ordine dictvm est; V 698 (Tergeste) : 
post sententiam dictam ab A. Plavtio ; 
III 7060 (Cyzicus, 2 nd ): sententia dicta 
ab Appio Gallo; II 1964 LXVI (Lex 
Malacit.): mvltas ab ii viris praefectove 
dictas. — DILECTVS. V 4484 (Brixia) : 
svmma pietate ab eis dilectvs ; X 1365 
(Nola f): a D(omino); Carm. Lat. 787 



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THESAURUS LINGUAE LATINAE EP1GRAPHICAE 



23. 



= Rossi II p. 83, 26 (Rome f) : dilecta 
a Domino tva dicta. — DIMISSVS. Hiibn. 
Hisp. 481 (Oviedo, 11 th ): a Domino di- 
missa omnia p[eccata]. — DISPARARI. 
VI 18817 (Rome): a manv mala dispa- 
rati svnt. — DONATVS. Extremely freq., 
esp. in the formula donis donatus ab im- 
peratore. See s. v. DONO. — ED1TVS. 

IX 1666 (Beneventum) : mvneris ab eo 
editi ; XI 4580 (Carsulae): venationis 
ab eo editae. — ELECTVS. X 3856 
(Capua): ab op[timo imp.]; XI 5632 
(Camerinum) : a divo Hadriano; X 416 
(Volcei): a divo Pio; HI 6835-6837 
(Antiochia Pisidiae): ab imp. divo Marco; 
XIV 2630 (Tusculum, 2 nd ), X 3920 (Ca- 
pua), VIII 8995 (Sitifis), 21452 (Gu- 
nugu): ab ordine; II 4230 (Tarraco, 
2 nd ): a concilio provinc(iae) ; VI 10215 
(Rome): a tribvlibvs; VI 2139 (Rome): 
a diis; XII 482 (Massilia, 6 th ?): a D(o- 
min)o. — EMANCIPATES. VI 12094 
(Rome): a Licinia Magna sorore eivs; 
VI 17116 (Rome): a P. L. C. ; VI 23774 
(Rome): ab P. Tvllio. — EREPTVS. Ill 
6383 (Salonae): a fato ; III 14206 21 
(Macedonia) : a dibvs (sic) ; VIII 9048 
(Auzia): ab iniqj/issima fortvna. — ER- 
RARI. Ill 12283 (Athens, 2 nd ): qvotiens 
erratvm est a testatore. — EVOCATVS. 

X 1192 (Abellinum, 6 th ): a Doming. — 
EXCEPTVS. VI 29787 (Rome): loc(vs) 
excep(tvs) ab Egnatio. — EXCVSATVS. 
II 4227 (Tarraco, 2 nd ): a divo Pio. — 
EXORATVS. XIII 1751 (Lugiidunum, 
2 nd ): ab xv viris. — EXORNATVS. VI 
1586, 1614, 1832 (Rome), XIV 390, 391 
(Ostia, 2 nd ); VIII 7041, 7042 (Ciita, 
3 d ), VIII 20144 (Cuicnl, 2 nd ): ab imp(e- 
ratore); IX 23 (Rudiae, 2 nd ): a sacra- 
tissimo principe; XIV 400 (Ostia): a 
divo Hadriano; VI 1598 (Rome), X 
7508 (Gaulos) : a divo Antonino. — 
FIERI, FACTVS. Very freq. See s. v. 
facio. — FVNERARI. VIII 12652 (Car- 
thago) : CORPVS ... VT A FILIO ... FVNERA- 

retvr. — GESTVS. Mon. Aacijr. 14. 25: 

OB RES A [me] . . . Pr[o]sPERE GESTAS. 

HONORATVS. Freq. Cf. VI 1838 (Rome, 
2 nd ); X 53 (Vibo), 416 (Volcei, 2 nd ), 
1576 (Puteoli), 3924 (Capua); XI 4656 
(Tuder, 1 st ), 5965 (Pitinum Mergens) ; 
V 5891 (Mediolanium) ; III 2919 (Iader), 



7429 (Oescus, 2 nd ), 14416 (Moesia Inf.) ; 
XII 410 (Massilia); II 1086 (Ilipa), 
2129 (Obulco). — ILLVSTRATVS. XI 
6378 (Pisaurum): a splendidissimo or- 
dine. — INCENSVS. 12 p. 234 (Fasti 
Praeaest.): rvina pala[t]i [iJncensi a 
Gallis. — INCHOATVS, INCOHATVS 
X 6926 (Puteoli, 2 nd ), 6927, 6928 (Nea- 
polis, 2 nd ): a divo Nerva; XI 6038 (Pi- 
tinum) : ab Amarantho ; V 308, 309 
(Pola): ab C. Vibio. — INCISVS. V 889 
(Aquileia) : in aere inciso ab divo Ve- 
spasiano. — IN1TVS. I p. 324 = l 2 
p. 244, col. 3. 14 (Fasti Amitern.): 

CONSILIA ... INITA AB M. LlBONE. IN- 

STITVTVS. VI 1131 (Rome, 3 d ): a ve- 
teribvs principib(vs); III 7751 (Apulum): 
ab Hel[vio] Pertinace; III 9302 (Sa- 
lonae): ab Vai(eria) Philete; VUI 2630. 
(Lambaesis, 2 nd ): ab antecessoribvs; 
VIII 8480 (Sitifis, 4 th ): a veter.bvs. — 
INTERFECTVS. Ill 1559 = 8009 (Sla- 
tina), 8242, 14587 (Moesia Sup.); Pais 
58 = 1110 (Ager Tergestinus); Rev. 
Arch. (1903) p. 173 (Aquileia): a la- 
tronibvs; III 1585 = 8021 (Drobeta), 
4850 (Virunum), 11045 (Brigetio): a 
barbaris; III 5234 (Celeia) : a Mattzaris 
(sic); III 14214' 2 (Munic. Tropaeum): 
a Castabocis. — INTEREMPTVS. VIII 
9158 (Avzia): a barbaris; XIII 1862 
(Lugudnnum) : ab hominibvs mali(s). — 
INVENTVS. XI 4966 (Spoletium f ) : 

SANCTO VlTALI MARTYRI A SE PRIMVM IN- 

vento; VIII 14600 (Simitthus f): of- 
f(icina) inventa a Diotimo. — INVI- 
DERI. I 1194 = X 6009 (Minturnae): 
inveisa (sic) svm a nvlla. — IVDICA- 
TVS. XII 5864 (Vienna) : ab ordine de- 

CVRIONATV DIGNI IVDICATI SVNT. IVS- 

SVS. VI 77 (Rome) : a nvminae (sic) 
eivs ; III 7954 (Sarmizegetusa) : ab ipsis. 
— LAESVS. XII L 3162 (Viducasses, 3 d ): 
ab eo. — LAVDATVS. IV 1516 (Pom- 
peii): a mvltis. — LECTVS. XIV 2612 
(Tusculum, 1 st ): ab divo Clavdio; XIV 
3607 (Tibur, 1 st ): ab eo ; VIII 14603 
(Simitthus, 1 st ) : ab M. Silvano. — LE- 
GATVS. VI 8938 (Rome, 1 st ) : ab Ivlio ; 
X 3851 (Capua): a Clodiis. — LEVARI. 
VI 9632 (Rome) : omnis ab hac cvra 

CVRA LEVATA MEA EST. LIBER ARI. Ill 

2940 (Iader) : oj/i . . . ab eis liberabvn- 






rilESAI RUS LINGUAE LATINAB EPIGRAPHU IE 



Ali 



— MANCIPATVS. VI 25165(Rome): 

a I ,. — MANDA'IAS. V 1S7 I 

mcordia umis imp(bratori- 

I. — . MANVMISSVS. VI 8101 (Home): 

Ah ; VI 8420 i Rome): \ Cn. Tre- 

bati >. — MISSVS. VI 177'.» (Rome, 4 th ): 

a senatv; VIII 7062 (Cirta, 2 nd ): ab 

ampussimo s[enatvJ; XI 5211 (.Flllgi- 

oiae): ab imp(eratore); XI 6011 (Sesti- 

miin ) : a divo Avg(vsto) : X' III 7036 

l;u: \ divo Hadriano; II 2661 ( Le- 

VII, 3 d ): ab eo; II 3420 (Carthago 

: a Mavricio Avg. Esp. freq. 

in the formula honesta missione missvs. 

Exx. VI 207, 31009, 31138 (Rome, 2 nd ); 

VIII 853 (Thuburbo Mains. 2 nd ), 2351 

(Thamugadi, 2 nd ); II 4514 (Barcino, 2 nd ). 

Cf. IX L617 (Beneventum, 2 nd ), 2457 

(Saepinum, 2 nd ). — MVLTIPLICATVS. 

VI 11 926 = 11203 (Sua), 1501 (Thugga): 

MVLTIPLICATA A SE PECVNIA. MVN1TVS. 

VIII 10237, 10238 (Africa): via a Mi- 

LEVITANIS MVN1TA. — NEGATVS. IX 3473 

(Peltuinum): vitae nostre [sic) a nobis 

NVMQVAM QVITQJ/AM NEGATVM EST. 

NOCERI. VI 29947 (Rome): si nocveris 

NOCEBERIS AB ALIO. — NOMINATVS. II 

1964, Li (Lex Malacit.)'. qvi ab is (sic) 

NOM1NATI ERVNT. NOTVS. V 1709 

(Aquileia f): ab omnibvs. — NVMERA- 
TVS. VIII 858 (Mimic. Giufitanum): a 
se. — NVTRITVS.VI 9625 (Rome): ab 
nobis. — OBLATVS. XIV 2634 (Tnscu- 
lum), V 3137 (Vicetia): a collegio; IX 
3429 (Peltuinum): a nobis; IX 4885 
(Trebula Mutuesca): ab eis; II 3624 
(Saetabis): a mvnicipibvs svis; XII 3637 
(Xemansus): a collibertis. — OCCISVS. 
Ill 9054 (Salonae) : a viatoribvs; VIII 
14603 (Simitthus, 1 st ): ab hostem (sic); 

XII 149 (Nautuates) : ab hostibvs; II 
2968 (Carenses): a latronibvs. — OC- 
CVPATVS. VI 933 (Rome. 1 st ): a pri- 
vatis. — ORDINATVS. VI 8498 (Rome, 
2 nd ), 9100 (Rome, 1 st ); X 7852 (Sar- 
dinia. 1 st ); V 7865, 7866 (Cemeneluiii): 

XIII 2950 (Agedincum, 3 d ). — ORNA- 
TVS. IX 4933 (Trebula Mutuesca): a 
matre; IX 5366 (Firmum Picennm) : a 
patre; III 14216° (Drobeta): a splendi- 
d(issimo) ordin(e). — PERDVCTVS. 
Aqua perdueta ab (Mo), VI 1258 (Rome), 

IX 30 18 (Teate). — PERFICI. Ill- p. 794 



cap. 20. 6 ( \fon. Aneyr.) : perfici ab he- 
redib[vs meis ivssi]; III 14370- (Reate, 
I : ab Aelio. — PERMISSVS. VI 26355 
(Rome); III 12283 (Athens, 2 nd ). — 
PERSOLVTVS. IV 3340 58 (Pompeii, wax 
tablet): ab l. Caecilio. — petitvs. II 
L359 (Arunda): abordine; III 14206 1 * 
fPhilippi): a sanctisimo (sic) ordine. — 
PONI. VI 16372 (Rome). Ill 3989 (Si- 
scia) : ab herede meo; XI 6120 (Forum 
Sempronii): ab heredibvs svis; VI 19126 
(Rome): a fratre; XII 14o2 (Vasio) : 
a sorore et matre ; X 3069 (Capua): 
a centvris (sic). Add XI 5695 (Tuticum), 
4078 (Capena); XII 2836 (Ugernum); 
VIII 11725 (Thala f) : memoria posita 
a 1'avstiniano ; III 12237 (Metropolis): 

TERMINI POSITI AB (illo). POSSIDERI. 

VI 919 (Rome); X 1018 (Pompeii): a 
privatis: III 6733 (Antiochia Ciliciae, 
4 Ul ): A latronibvs. — PRAECISVS. Ill 
14188 (Nicomedia): a medico. — PRAE- 
POSITVS. Ill 25 (Mons Claudianus) : ab 
Optimo imp(eratore). — PRAESTARI. X 
114 (Petelia). VIII 1502 (Thugga): ab 
heredibvs; X 4863 (Venafrum): a ma- 
ioribvs. — PREMI. I p. 317 (Fasti Prae- 

lieSt.)'. [CVM LATINI BELLO PREME^RENTVR 

ab Rvtvlis. — PROBATVS. X 4543 
(Capua): ab omnibvs; XI 3943 (Capena, 
2 nd ): a viris clarissimis; VIII 6711 
(Tiddis, 3 d ): ab impp. — PRODVCTVS. 
XIV 2113 (Lanuvium, 2 nd ): ab imp(e- 
ratore). — PROFLIGATVS. IIP p. 794 
cap. 20. 14 (Mon. Aneyr.): coepta pro- 
fligataq_ve opera a patre meo. — PRO- 
LATVS. IX 2827 (Buca, 1 st ): cvm li- 

BELLVS VETVS AB ACTORIBVS HlSTONENSlVM 

prolatvs sit. — PROMISSVS. X 1640 
(Puteoli. 2 nd ): a Divo patre svo ; VIII 
15476 (Prov. Procons.) ; a se. — PRO- 
MOTVS. VIII 17896 (Thamugadi) : a do- 
mino nostro. — PVLSVS. I p. 292 = I 2 
p. 196 = XI 1832 (Arretium, elogium ©f 
Lucullus) : a rege Mithrida[te]. — RADI. 
VI 33885 (Rome): vti cvratores ... ex 

ALBO RADERENTVR AB ORDINE. RAPTVS. 

VI 29195 (Rome): a nymphis; VI 18387 
(Rome): a diibvs (sic); XII 882 (Are- 
late. 1 st ;: a fatis. — REDDITVS. VI 
1742 (Rome, 4 th ): ob providentiam et 

STATVM OPTIMVM VrBI ROMAE AB EO RED- 

ditvm. — RELATVS. XI 3254 (Sutrium): 



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A COLONIA... IN ORd(iNEm) RELATJj]. 

RELICTVS. II 1963 XXIIII, and 5439 
III 1. 20 (Lex Malacit.): ab ii viro; 

II 2893 (Tritium): ab eo. — REMISSVS. 
XI 1585 (Florentia): a iwax(imis) impe- 
rat(oribvs); II 1934 (Laoippo): ab or- 
dine; VIII 9467 (Caesarea): a patre 
eivs; XI 415 (Ariuiinum): ab ea. — 
RENOVARI. VIII 12792 (Carthago): a 
mvltis fletv renova[bJeris ; VIII 2555 
= 18072 (Castra Lambaes.) : tabvla- 
rivm . . . r[Je]|novatvm ab Vlpio ; X 5928 
(Anagnia): ab eo. — REPARATVS. VI 
1156 = 1658 c (Rome, 4 th ): a se. — 
RESCRIPTVS. Ill 12336 (Pautalia, 3 d ) : 
a domino n(ostro). — RESTITVTVS. VI 
472 (Rome, 1 st ) : libertati ab imp. Ner- 

va restitv[tae]. — RETINERI. Rossi 

211 (Rome): amor et caritas retene- 
tvr (sic) ab amicis. — RETRACTARI. 

IX 5420 (Falerio, 1 st ): litis qvae post 

TOT ANNOS RETRACTATVR A FlRMANIS AD- 

versvs Falerienses. — ROGATVS. X 
6090 (Formiae): ab ordine; III p. 948 

X (Dacia, wax-tablet, 2 ,ul ): a Memmio. — 
SACRATVS. Hiibn. Hisp. 475 (Legio, 

10 th ): FVIT SACRATA BASELECA (sic) s(an)- 

c(t)i Christofori (sic) ab ep(i)sc(o)po ; 
ibid. 488 (Spain, 11 th ): sacratvm est 

TEMPLVM ... A F[AWVLO] D(e)i. SCRI- 

PTVS. VI 1710 (Rome, 5 th ): carmina ab 
eodem scripta; IX 2438 (Saepinum, 2 n,i ) : 

EPISTVLAE SCRIPTAE NOBIS A COSMO J VIII 

12380 (Mun. Giufitauum) : h[e]res ab eo 
scribtvs (sic). — SEPELIRI. Boldetti, 
Osserv. p. 232 (Rome) : ab amicis et pa- 
rentibvs sepeliri. — SITVS. VIII 4541 
(Zarai) : h(ic) s(itvs) e(st) a filis. — 
SOLATVS. VIII 13328 (Carthago): nv- 

TRITOR PEREGRE SOLATVS AB EO. SO- 

LVTVS. Ill 2 p. 937 (Dacia, wax-tablet, 

2 IuI ) : TAM PVELLAM SANAM ESSE A FVRTIS 
NOXISQVE SOLVTAM. STRATVS. Ill 

1482 (Sarmizegetusa) : ob stratam ab eo 
aream. — SVBLATVS VI 31770 (Rome): 
crv(deliter) a De(o) svblatvm ; VIII 
15881 (Sicca): simvlacrvm qvod ... a 

LATRONIBVS FVERAT ... SVBLATVM. SVB- 

STITVI. Ill 12283 (Athens, 2 n<1 ) : vt . . . 

SVBSTITVATVR A STVDIOSIS. SVCCVRRI. 

III 12283 (Athens, 2 nd ): hvivs svcces- 

SIONl A TE SVCCVRRENDVM EST. SV- 

SCEPTVS. XII 4333 (Narbo, 1 st ); III 



4803 (Virunum): votvm svsceptvm a 
(illo). — TANGI. XIV 4178 (Lanuvium) : 

HOC SIGNVM A SERVO TANGI NEFAS EST. 

TRADI. V 5824 (Mediolanium) : nec po- 

TVIT CORPVS A SODALIB(VS) TRADI SEPVL- 

chro. — TRADITVS. IX 1541, 1542 

(Beoeventum) : ob tavrobolivm traditvm 
ab (ilia); III 2108 (Salonae) : posvervnt 
hanc arca(m) tradita(m) ab Avrelia. — 
TRANSCRIBE XIV 3471 (Auticoli, 1 st ): 

QVOD IN EVM t[r^NSCRIPTVM EST A C. 

Caesio. — TRANSLATVS. XI 5992 (Ti- 
fernum) : a divo Traiano ; II 4277 (Tar- 
raco): ab divo Pio; III 6302 = 8162 
(Singidunum) : ab optimis maximisq.(ve) 
imp(eratoribvs). — TRIBVTVS. X 8038 
(Vanacini, 1 st ): beneficia tribvta vobis 
ab divo Avgvsto ; XI 379 (Ariminum) : 
liberalitates in patriam ... a maioribvs 
svis tribvtas. — VENVNDARI (sic). Bull. 
Arch. Cr. (1900) p. 293 (Rome, 8 th ): vbi 
venvndatvs est (sc. Iosef) a fratribvs. — 
VEXATVS. VI 13099 (Rome): hoc mo- 

NIMENTVM (sic) A TEMPESTATEM (sic) VE- 

xatvm. — VINCI. VI 9797 (Rome, 2 nd ) : 

SVM VICTVS ... A TER CONSVLE J VI 36377 

(Rome): no(n) esse victv(m) n(i)si a fe- 
bre. — VOCATVS. V 6728 (Vercellae f ) : 
a D(omi)no; XII 1499 (Vasio, 515): a 

PATRIA. 

(C) Dependent on the verbal force in 
nouns. VI 225 (Rome, 3 d ): reditvs ab 
expeditione; VI 2059 (Rome, 1 st ): re- 

STITVTIO ET DEDICATIO CaPITOLI AB (lllo) ', 

VI 29434 (Rome): ob don(ationem) ab 
(illo); XIV 1135 (Ostia) : cessio dona- 
tioqve ab (illo); III 586 (Lamia): ini- 
tivm ab eo loco; III 14206 13 (Philippi): 

PETITV A SANCTISIMO (sic) ORDINE. 

(d) Dependent on adjectives and ad- 
verbs. DEORSVM. XII 631 (near Mas- 
silia): a capite. — EXTORRIS. Ill p. 1929. 
I. 18 (Edict. Dioclet.): a sensv hvma- 
nitatis. — IMMVNIS. VI 541 (Rome, 
88): a magisterio; XIV 2112 II 1. 18 
(Lanuvium, 2 nd ): a sigillis; III p. 1930 
II 21 (Edict. Dioclet.)'. ab eivsmodi noxa ; 
II 5181 (Lex. Metal. Vipasc): a pro- 
c(vratione) metallorvm; Bull. Arch. Cr. 
(1864) p. 34 (Rome): [qva^qvam nvl- 
[l]vm ab his sorte et cond[ici]one esse 

IMMVNEM rjLIQ_\T]lDO CONSTET. INCLY- 

TVS. VI 32000 (Rome, 4 th ) : magnvs ab 



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1NCLYTA POMPEIANVS. 

INDE. VI 1793 (Romo. 894): inde a 
maioribvs 5Vis inlvstribvsq.(ve) familiis; 

IX L568 (Beneventum) : inde ab origine. 

— INTEGER. VI L756*. (Rome. 4 th ): 
,\ vitiis. — LIBER. X :'-! 17 (Puteoli): 
\ mi g_yi svnt liberi ; X 5349 ( I nte- 
ramna Lirenas): ab indictione avri ar- 

gentiq(ve) popvlvm svvm libervm red- 

didh: Bramb. p. 358 5 (Badenweiler, la- 
mi, ki argeniea): tregovate ...\Y\ov[i xovi-n 

i: ii-oii XetP(eQOVfi) a/? o/in ni-otxovXa). 

— LONGE. X 3860 (Capua): patrono 

LONGE A MAIORIBVS ORIGINALI. LON- 

GVS. Ill 2929 (Iader) : longvm ab vnda 

AD MACERIAM. — PROCVL. VI 1783 

(Rome. 5 th ): ab eivs principis voto ; VI 
10493 (Rome): a fatis sit procvl vsqve 
meis; Carm. Lat. 1432 = Rossi II 79. 6 
(Rome f): a patria. — SINCERVS. VIII 
21090 (Caesarea); and Carm. Lat. 993: 
|"si]ncervs ab omni [...?] — SOLVTVS. 
Ill- p. 937 (Dacia, wax-tablet, 2" d ): 

PVELLAM ... A fvrtis noxisqve solvtam. 

SVRSVM. VI 8169 (Rome): ab titvlo 
svsvm (sic); XIV 4012 (Piculea): ab imo 
svsvm (sic) ; X 672 (Salemum) : svrsvm 
a prima littera. Add, with sense of agent: 
AMANT1SSIMVS. VI 11005 (Rome): ab 
omnes (sic) ; 26850 (ib.): ab omnibvs. — 
BENEMERENS. XII 197 (Antipolis) : co- 
nivx a se benemerens ; II 2102 (Ossigi) : 

BENEMERENS A SVIS. MERENTISSIMVS. 

XII 194 (Antipolis) : vxor a se merentis- 
sima. With numerals. VI 11383 (Rome): 
Locvs...sEcvNDvs a via; VI 4893 (Rome): 

GRADV TERTIO AB IMO J I p. 312 nO. 12 

(Fasti Praemst.): [tertivm] ab Romvlo; 

X 2311 (Puteoli): [tert]ivs a decimo 
annvs; Carm. Lat. 1404 = Rossi II 68, 
30 (Rome, f) : oj/intvs ab vndecimo; 
Le Blant 181 (= Sidon. Apoll. IV Ep. 
XVIII): sextvs ab ipso; XI 4311 (In- 
teramna): nonvs ab incepto; VI 29793 
(Rome) : cippvs decmvs (sic) a cippo 
decmo (sic)', IX 2827 (Buca): a qvercv 
pedes circa vndecim; XIV 2112 1. 26 
(Lanuvium): a mvnicipio vltra millia- 
r(ivm) xx. 

(e) Adverbial phrases, expressing dis- 
tance from point to point, (corresponding 
to ad, us'/ue ad, etc.). Exx. : V 8002 
(Claudia Augusta): ab Altino vsq_ve ad 



flvmen ; X 4660 (Cales): viam ab angi- 
porto Aed[is] Ivnonis Lvcinae vsqve 
Pad] Aedem Matvtae, et clivom ab Ianv 
(sic) ad Gisiarios (sic) Portae Stella- 

TINAE . . . ET AB FORO AD PORTAM DOME- 

sticam ; VI 21383 (Rome): ab anglo (sic) 

TRICHILLAE (sic) ... VSQVE AD OSTIVM ; VI 

29782 (Rome) : ab angvlo qvi ripam 

CONTINGIT VSQVE AT (sic) VlAM FLAMI- 

niam; XIV 375 (Ostia): viam . . . ab arcv 
ad arcvm; II 4721 (Corduba, 1 st ): ab 

ARCV VNDE INCIPIT BAETICA VlAM Avg(v- 

stam) [restitvit]; III 3705 (Pannonia 
Inf.. 4 th ): ab Atrante ad flvmen Savvm ; 
III 2072 (Salonae): a bathro clatro- 
r(vm) . . . . et a post(ico) omnivm angv- 
lorvm; IX 6003 (Beneventum, 1 st ): via a 
Benevento Brvndisivm ; VI 1258 (Rome, 
1 st ): a cap(ite) sinis(tro) lon(gvm) p(e- 

DES) (tOt), ITEM AB AQVIl(oNe) IN AG(ro) 

p(edes) (lot) ; X 6944 (Aversa) : viam a 
Capva; IX 5973 (Teate) : viam ... a Cer- 
fennia ostia Ater(ni) ; IX 4079 (Car- 
sioli) : a cipp(o) Avidiae ad cipp(vm) Tre- 
bonior(vm); VIII 10322 (Africa): via 
nova a Cirta Rvsicadem; XI 5399 (Asi- 
sium) : viam a cisterna ad domvm L. 
Mvti ; XI 3384 (Tarquinii) : a compitv 
mil(ia) p(edvm) (tot); VI 29774 (Rome): 
a Dieta Apollinis ad Dieta(m) eandem ; 
XI 6668 (Mons Politianus, 2 nd ): Viam 
Cassiam ... a Clvsinorvm finibvs Flo- 
rentiam; V 4691 (Brixia): a fine in viam 
pvbli[c]am; III 14149 21 (Arabia, 2 nd ): 
viam novam a finibvs Syriae vsqve ad 
Mare Rvbrvm ; V 8003 (near Meran, 1 st ): 
[Vi]]am Clavdiam Avgvstam ... a flvmine 
Pado at (sic) [f]lvmen Danwivm ; VI 
31564 (Rome, 4 th ): a fontibvs renova- 
tvm; I 1412 = XI 5390 (Asisium) : mv- 
rvm ab fornice ad circvm; X 1698 (Pu- 
teoli) : viam a Foro vsqve ad feines (sic); 
IX 5959 (Poruli, 1 st ): a Forvlis ad con- 
flventes; V 2915 (Patavium): hic locvs 

PATET . . . A MEDIA FOs(Sa) In[t]rO VER- 

s[vs]; X 8284 (Tarracina) : a fronte 
maris et ab vstrino; I 569 (Capua): mv- 
rvm ab grad(ibvs) ; XI 3284 (Aquae Apol- 
linares) : ab Hispali Cordvbae (sic, dat. 
instead of ace); VI 13876 (Rome): a 

1ANVA MONVMENTI VSQVE a[d] Q . . . ? . .] 

eivs fvndi; II 4697 (Baetica, 1 st ), 4701, 
4703, 4712, 4715, 4716 (Corduba): ab 



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Iano ad oceanvm and the like; II 6208 
(Corduba, 1 st ) : a Baete et Iano Avgvsto 
ad oceanvm; XIV 4012 (Ficulea) : cli- 

VOJVV STRAVI AB IMO SVSVM (sic) ', XIV 3857 

(Tibur) : ab introitv portae svperioris ... 
vsqve at (sic) cippvm, and a pariete 
p(edes) (tot); III 14214 33 (Callatis): ad 
lapidem ... a lapide; XIV 2466 (Castri- 
moenium): ab eo loco ... ad rivom Aqvae 
Albanae et a via introsvs (sic) ; VI 36126 
(Rome) : a maceria Helviae in der(e)c(tvm) 
ad villam versvs; III 5740 (Noricuin) : 
a mari via a Celeia; X 1064 (Pompeii): 

VIAS A MILLIARIO AD ClSIARIOS J VI 1256 

(Rome, 1 st ): a milliario xxxxv ... in Vr- 
bem ; VI 10242 (Rome): a monimento 

(Sic) TESTACIO (SIC) A MACFRIA IN- 

trorvrsvs (sic) ; VIII 8369 (Igilgili, 2 nd ): 

IN CIRCVITV A MVRO KaSt(eLL|) p(aSSVs) 

(tot); VI 10154 (Rome, 4 th ), and X 2792 
(Puteoli, 1 st ): ab oriente ad occiden- 
tem ; IX 5529 (Urbs Salvia): ab oriente 
donvm misit; VIII 2660 (Lambaesis) : 

AQJVAE DVCTVM TlTVLENSEM AB ORIGINEM 

(sic) vsqve ad civitatem; IIP p. 796, 
cap. 26, 1. 14 (Mon. Ancyran.) : ab ostio 
Rheni ad [s]olis orientis regionem; II 
3443 (Carthago Nova) : iter privat(vm) 
ab pariete; VI 919 (Rome, 1 st ): [iTJoca 
a pilis et colvm[nis]; XI 4121 (Naruia): 
a pila secvndv[mJ viam ; II 3426 (Car- 
thago Nova): mvrvm a Porta Popillia ad 
tvrrim proximam ; X 5204 (Casinum): 
viam ... a Porta Campana ad Forvm; X 
3913 (Capua) : viam ... a porta voltvrn(i) 
ad vicvm vsqve ; V 7989 (Aquileia) : Viam 
Geminam a porta vsqve ad pontem ; XI 
3126 (Falerii): Viam Avgvstam a Porta 

ClMINA VSQVE AD ANNIAM, ET VlAM Sa- 
CRAM A CHALCID[l]cO AD LaCVM IVNONIS 

Cvrritis; XI 5040 (Mevania) : viam a 
porticv ad [ ]; V 2116 (Tarvisium): 

VIAM A ... QVADRVVIO (sic) AD MVRVM ; I 

551 = X 6950 (Polla): viam fecei ab 
Regio ad Capvam; I 199 1. 7 (Sentent. 
Minuc, ca. 117 B.C.): ab rivo infimo .... 
ad flovivm Edem; X 4842 1. 45 (Vena- 
frum): ab rivo p(edes) (tot); VIII 10960 
(Simitthus) : viam a Simit(thv) vsq(ve) 
Thabracam ; X 1698 (Puteoli): cleivom 
a svmmo ad emporivm; III 10875 (Poe- 
tovio) : Vicvs Fortvn(ae) a Templ(o) For- 
tvnae ad Horr(ea); X 6430 (Circeii): 



VSQVE AD MAREM (sic) A TERMINO LXXX ; 

VI 31545 (Rome): ripam...a Tr[ig]a- 
r[io] ad Pontem Agrippae; VI 8862 
(Rome) : iter privatvm a via pvblica per 
hortvm; VI 10250 (Rome): a Via Cam- 
pana Pvblica dextrosvs . . . vsqve ad hoc 
monvmentvm; VI 29773 (Rome): a via 
pvblic[a] ad maceriem hortorvm; XIV 
2466 (Castrimoenium, 1 st ): latvm a via 
pvblica in agrvm; XI 3083 (Falerii): 
Viam Avgvstam ab Via Annia extra por- 
tam ad Cereris; X 6824 (Forum Appi, 
1 st ) : viam a Tripontio ad Forvm Appi ; X 
6850 (Tarracina) : a Trip(ontio) vsq(ve) 
Tarric(inam) (sic); V 4783 (Brixia): a 
via in agrvm; VI 22434 (Rome): in 
agro a via; II 3282 (Castillo): in fronte 
a via; V 640 (Tergeste) : a via ad limi- 

tem; V 1008 (Aquileia): viae ab 

Annia ad mvrvm; IX 5438 (Falerio, 2 nd ): 

A SVMMO VlCO LONGO AD ARCVM IVNCTVM 

Capitolio; Eph. Epig. VIII 337 (Nea- 

polis) : a villa vsqve ad emissarivm ; 

III 2929 (Iader): longvm ab vnda ad 
maceriam. Add, of sum of money: a hs • 
lx ad c • vsqve, II 6278, 31 (S. C. Italic). 
On milestones (milliaria), the distance 
from a given place is regularly expressed 
with AB; formula: ab (Mo situ) m(ilia) 
p(assvvm) (tot). The indication of the 
next station on the road is expressed (a) 
by ace. of limit, (b) by AD with ace, 
and (c) rarely by the dat. of direction. 
For exx., see names of towns, as Apvlvm, 
Aqvae, Aqvincvm, Arae, Avgvstobriga, 
Bracara, Brigetio, Caesarea, Callatis, 
Castvlo, Celeia, Colqnia, Dorylaevm, 
Ephesvs, Ivvavm, Nvmervs, Pisoraca, Por- 
tvs, Prymnessvs, Roma, Salonae, Sirmivm, 
tevrnia, tlvm, tcmi, tvccabor, tvrris, 
Viminacivm, etc. Distance expressed in 
measurements of tombs, etc. In Rome, 
VI 8122: in hoc ordine ab imo ad sv- 
mvm (sic) colvmbaria (tot) ; 8128: co- 

LVMBARIA CONTINVA VII AB IMO ; 8169: 

ab titvlo svsvm (sic) ol(lae) (tot); 
10449: ab imo ordine svmo (sic) ol- 
las (tot); 11449 = 34042: hic ordo ab 

IMO VSQVE SVSVM (stc) OLLARVM (tot) ', 

17524: ollas n(vmero) xi ab titvlo 
vsqve ad ostivm; 22179: AB STILLICIDIO 
ad imvm; 22651: aedicvlam emit ab imo 
vsqve ad svmmvm; 23400: vsqve ab 






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iikka \n camaram; 24606: ollarvm n(v- 
\u ab imo ap svmmo (sic)' 28778: 

VMMO COLVMBARIA DVA IVN< I \. BlS6- 

ul„.iv. ill 6846 = L21 i:. (Antiochia Pi- 
Bidiae): parietem . . . ab imo exsTrvxit. 

Denoting placi re. In Ben 
. on the Bide of -. - Dear - . In Rome : 
VI 1889: \ pariete; 10275: ab ostio; 
15551: a pariete pavimentvm; 17310: 
ab [ sinist^eriorl parte; 17524: ab pai- 
MENTO (sic\: .*> 1 852 : a dextera lebaqve 
. Elsewhere, X 1690, 1691 (Puteoli): 
a parte dextra macelli ; X 6850 (Tar- 
racina): ab vtraq.(ve) parte; III 2072 
(Salonae): a parte dextra et sinistra; 
111 9315 (Salonae): a capite sinistro; 
VI 11 9077 (Air/.ia): iacet a dextra. Add 
XII 2473 (Narbonensis): aws a patre, 
avia a matre. Denoting location or do- 
micile, etc. VI 2234 (Koine): fanaticvs 
ab Aedem (sic) Bellonae Rvfiliae; VI 
99§9 (ib.): vestiarivs ab Aede Cereris; 
VI 0227 (ib.): ostiarivs ab Amphithea- 
tro; VI 33087, Cairn. Lat. 1503 (Rome): 
(/lie) ab Aqva Conclvsa; VI 9403, 
10020 (Koine): (ille) ab Ara Marmorea; 
VI 33942 (Koine): officiales ab area 
Circi: VI 2240 = 4003 (Rome): sacer- 
dos a Bona Dea ; VI 1052, 8083-8986 
(Rome) : paedagogvs pverorvm a Capite 
Africae and the like; II 2248 (Cordnba): 
(ilia) a Capite Canteri (sic); VI 7882 
(Rome): faber lectarivs ab Cloca (sic) 
Maxima; VI 9970, 9971 (Rome): vestia- 
rivs a Compito; VI 33157 (Rome): me- 

DICVS OCVLARIVS A COMPITV AlIARIOJ VI 

4470 (Rome): vestiarivs a Compito Alia- 
rio; VI 8703 (Rome): aeditvvs ab Con- 
cordia; VI 2226 (Rome): magister via 
ab Cyclopis regionis primae; VI 2209 
(Rome): aeditva a Diana; XIII 913 (Ni- 
tiobriges): ivenes (sic) a Fano Iovis; 
XIV 409 (Ostia): togati a Foro; VI 
918(1 (Rome): argentarivs a Foro Esqvi- 
lino; VI 2223 (Rome): magister vici a 
Foro Esqvilino; VI 9238 (Rome): ca- 
rarivs a Fvrca; XII 4:177 (Narbo): ospi- 
talis (sic) a Gallo Gallinacio ; VI 7655 
(Rome): ihorarivs ab Hercvle Primige- 
nio; VI 9645 (Rome): ministrator ab 
Hercvle Primigenio; VI 5845. 10027 
(Rome): (ille) aIanoMedio; VI 12816 
(Rome): (ille) ab Iano Primo; VI 87<)7 



(Rome): aeditvvs ab Isem Pelagiam (sic) ; 
VI 2234 (Rome): fanaticvs ab Isis Se- 
kans; VI 32472 (Rome): (ille) ab Isis 
Serapis; VI 33835 (Rome) and XI 2619 
(Rasellae): avrifex a Lacv Callines; VI 
9854 (Rome): redemptor a Lacv Fvn- 
dani ; VI 33870 (Rome): ianivsab Lvco; 
VI 10022 (Rome): (ille) ab Lvco Libi- 
tinae; Notiz. (1900) p. 470 = Rev. Arch. 
(1900) p. 506 (Rome): lanivs ab Lvco 
Lvbent(inae); VI 9897 (Rome): solata- 
rivs a Lvco Semeles; VI 2262 (Rome): 
religiosvs a Matre Magna Capillata; 
VI 9714 (Rome): nvmmvlarivs a Mer- 
cvrio Sobrio; VI 10133 (Rome): ma- 
gister ODARIARIVS A MlNERVA MEDICA ; 

VI 9721 (Rome): (ille) a Monte Esqvi- 
lino; II 4911 (Ciresa): (ille) a nova 
provincia; X 7956 (Turris Lisibonis): 
(ille) ab Ostia; XI 5624 (Plestia): (ille) 
ab Pervsia; VI 9514 (Rome): lecti- 
carivs a Porta Fontinali; VI 33914 
(Rome): svtor a Porta Fontinali; VI 
9921 (Rome): tablarivs (sic) a Porta 
Fontinali; VI 9515 (Rome): librarivs 
ab extra Porta Trigemina (sic); VI 9618 
(Rome): mellarivs a Porta Trigemina; 
XIV 2850 (Praeneste) : seminaria a Porta 
Trivmphale; VI 9189 (Rome): coactor 
a Portv Vinario; VI 9821 (Rome): po- 
marivs de Agger (sic) a prosevcha ; IV 
2155 (Pompeii): fanatici a Pvlvinar 
(sic); VI 9671 (Rome): negotiator pe- 
noris et vinorvm de Velabro a iiii Sca- 
ris; VI 9975 (Rome): vestiarivs a Qvi- 
rinis; VI 9918 (Rome): tabkllarivs a 
Ripa; XI 819 (Mutina): (ille) sacrorvm 
ab Roma ; VI 9548 (Rome) : (ille) a Sacra 
Via; VI 9683 (Rome): negotiatrix ab 
Scala Media; XIV 2886 (Praeneste): a 
vii Caesar(ibvs) argentarivs coactor; 
IX 4680 (Reate): negotiator vinarivs 
a vii Caesaribvs; VI 9178 (Rome): ar- 
gentarivs ab Sex Aris; VI 9884 (Rome): 
sarcinatrix ab Sex Aris; VI 10023 
(Rome): (ille) ab Statva Planci; VI 
9868 (Rome) : sagarivs a Theatro Mar- 
celli ; VI 33838« (Rome): coactor a 
Theatro Marcelliano ; VI 9847 (Rome): 
pvrpvraria a Transtiberim ; VI 33400 
(Rome): vilicvs ab hi miliario; III 7613 
(Moesia Inf.): (ille) a hi Protomis; VI 
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8684 (Rome): vilicvs a Tritones (sic); 
VI 33837 (Rome) : centonarivs a Tvrre 
Mamilia; VI 2274 (Rome): sortilegvs 
ab Venere Ervcina; VI 8711 (Rome): 
AEDITW5 a Vesta ; III 7565 (Tomi): 
(Me) a Vico Clementino; XIV 409 
(Ostia) : negotiatores vinarii ab Vrbe; 
III 8839 (Salonae) : torevticensis ab 
Vrbe. 

Denoting the location of towns, manu- 
facturing establishments, etc. I 587 = 
VI 374 = 30925 (Rome) : popvlvs Lao- 

DICENSIS AF LYCO (— 67]/XOQ 6 AuoSl- 

xtb)v twv ngbg 7f]j Avx(p)\ VI 27045 
(Rome): Heracleotes a Ponto; VI 15036 
(Rome): Magneti a Maeandro; VI 372 
(Rome): Lvcn (= Lycii) ab commvni; 
VI 1508 (Rome): Prvsienses ab Hypio, 
Prvsais ab Olympo, Prvsienses ab mare. 
Apameni ab [..?—]; Rev. Arch. (1903) 
p. 328 (Rome) : Syras a Marcianepoli (sic). 
XV 2156 (Ostia, 1 st ): de figl(in)is 
Gratiae ab Appollini (sic); 182 (Rome, 
2 nd ): ex f(iglinis) Dom(itianis) min(o- 
ribvs) ab Avgvstina; 143 (Rome, 2 nd ): 
(figlinae) a creta; 252 (Rome, 2 nd ): fi- 
glinae) ab [sis; 355 (Rome, 2 nd ): (figli- 
nae) ab Nept(vno); 2190 (2 nd ): (figli- 
nae) a margarit[is]; 106-108, 110 
(Rome, 2 nd ): {figlinae) ab evripo; 111 
(Rome, 2 nd ): ex figlinis ... ab pila alta ; 
353 = XI 6684 (Narnia. 2 nd ): ex pr(ae- 
dis) Narnensivm a Venere. 

(g) In functions, public and private. 
\_Vicle the words themselves, infra]. 
ACTA, ab actis, VI 8694 (Rome), X 
6658 (Antium) — adivtor ab -is, VI 
8695 (Rome) — evocatvs in foro ab 
- is, X 3733 (Atella) — optio ab -is, 
Eph. Epig. IV p. 307 col. 3, 1. 16 (Rome) ; 

IX 1617 (Beneventum) — com(menta- 
riensis) ab -is civilib(vs), II 4179 (Tar- 
raco) — evoc(atvs) Avg(vsti) ab -is 
for., IX 5839, 5840 (Auxirmim) — ab 
-is ijwp(eratoris), X 6658 (Antium) — 
ab -is senatvs, VI 1337. 1373, 1377, 
1517, 1549 (Rome). XIV 3611 (Tibur), 

X 1122 (Abellinum), X 3722 (Voltur- 
num), V 1874 (Concordia), III 1457 (Sar- 
mizegetusa), III 10336 (Aquincum); Eph. 
Epig IV p. 124, no. 425 (Stuhlweissen- 
burg); VIII 7030 (Cirta) — optio ab -is 
Vrbi(s), VIII 4874 (Thubursicum Nu- 



mid.) — procurator ) Avg(vsti) ab -is 
Vrbis, VIII 11813 (Mactaris). — AD- 
MISSIO. ab admissione, VI 8698, 8699, 
8702, 33762 (Rome) — adivtor ab -e 
VI 8700 (Rome), III 6107 (Athens) — 

MAGISTER AB ATMISSIONE (SIC), XIV 3457 

(Sublaqueum) — nomenclator ab -e, VI 
8931 (Rome) — proximvs ab -e, VI 8701 
(Rome) — [ab of]ficis (sic) et admis- 
sione], VI 4026 (Rome). — AEDES. 
aeditws ab -e, VI 3879, 32450 (Rome) — 

FANATICVS AB AEDEM (sic) BeLLONAE Rv- 

filiae, VI 2234 (Rome) — AEDIF1CIA. 

DISP(ENSATOR) MATERNVS AB AEDIFICIS VO- 

lvntaris (sic), VI 8665 (Rome) — AE- 
GRI. ab -is, VI 8771 (Rome) — ab -is 
cvbicvlariorvm, VI 8770, 33749 (Rome). 
— AERARIVM. ab -o, VI 9133 (Rome) 
ab aer(ario) et ark(a) sal(inarvm) Ro- 
manarvm, Bull. Com. (1888) p. 83 (Ostia) 
ii viri ab -o. XIII 1684 (Ara Rom. et 
Aug.), 2949 (Agedincum) — mi viri ab 
-o, XII 2794 (ager Volcarum); 3184, 
3212, 3214, 3222, 3232, 3235, 3274 
(Nemausus) — qvaestor ab -o, VI 22304, 
32273 (Rome); XIV 169 (Ostia) — re- 

demptor ab -o, VI 9852 (Rome) SCRIBA 

qvaestorivs ab -o, VI 1816 (Rome) — 

SCRIBA LIBRARIVS QVAESTORIVS AB -O, VI 

1835, 3871 (Rome) — scriba librarivs 

QVAESTORIVS E TRIBVS DECVRIIS MINORIBVS 

ab -o, VI 1819 (Rome) — XVI (= Sede- 
c/m) ab aer(ario), Notiz. (1888) p. 228 
= Bull. Com. (1888) p. 86 = Dessau 
6178 (Portus) — v(iator) qvaestorivs 
ab -o, XIV 169 (Ostia) — viator qvae- 
storivs ab -o Satvrni, VI 1019, 1815, 
1829. 1928, 1930, 1931 (Rome); XIV 
3544 (Tibur) : — ALBVM. ab -o, VI 9140 
(Rome). — ALIMENTA. proc(vrator) Av- 
g(vsti) ab -is, II 4238 (Tarraco) — vi- 
licvs ab -is, XI 6073 (Urvinum) : — AN- 
NONA. adivtor ab -a, VI 33730 (Rome). 
ARGENTVM ab -o, VI 4231, 4232, 
5185, 5186, 5197, 5539 (Rome) — ab 
-o potorio, VI 6716 (Rome) — ab -o 
scaenico, VI 8731 (Rome). — AVCTO- 
RITATES. ab -iBvs, VI 8439 £ (Rome); 
III 1998 (Salonae) — ab -ibvs rationis 
hereditatvm, VI 8439« (Rome). — AV- 

RVM. ADIVTOR AB -O GEMMATO, VI 8736, 

33764 (Rome) — praepositvs ab -o gem- 
mato, VI 8734, 8735 (Rome) — ab -o 






THESAURI S I.INOI1AE 1.AT1NAE EPIQRAI'IIICAE 



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PoroRio. VI SlMi!) (Bome). — BALNEVM 
(BALINEVM). a -is, VI L057, 1" 

Rom©) — A BALINBV (S/r) AVGVSTAE, VI 

:i;!7o"> (Rome) — mag(ister) a -is Av- 
g(vsti), \ I 8512 (Rome). — BIBLIO- 
THHCA. a -a, I p. 827 = I- p. 247 = 
X 6638 [Fasti Antiates), VI 4233, 4431 
4434, 5190, 5347, 8743 (Rome) — a -e 

PORTICVS OCTAVIAE, VI 2349 = 5192 
(Rome) — pvbuc(vs) de Porticv Octa- 
vi ae a -a Graeca, VI 2348 (Rome) — 

VILIC(VS) A -A OCTAVIAE LaTIn(a), VI 

I 135 (Rome) — a -e Latina Porticvs 
Octaviae vilicvs, VI 2347 = 4431 
(Rome) — ab -E Graeca Templi Apol- 
linis, VI 5188 (Rome) — a -e Latina 
Apolunis, VI 5189 (cf. 5191), 5884 
(Rome) — medicvs a -is, VI 8907 (Rome) 
[p]roc(vrator) Avg(vsti) a -is, VIII 
20684 (Saldae) — vilicvs a -a, XIV 196 
(Ostia). — CENA. a -a Centvrionvm, VI 
8748 (Rome). — CENSVS. a -ibvs, III 
827 (Dacia) [cf. XIV 2407 (Bovillae)] — 
a libellis et -ibvs, XIII 1808 (Lugudu- 
num). Ill 259 (Ancyra), (= [an im- 
aTolui~\v xai xijvawr) — a censvs (sic) 
eqvit(vm) Roman(orvm), X 6657 (An- 
tium) — eqJves) R(omanvs) a censibvs 
accipiendis, XIII 1680 (Ara Romae et 
Augtisti) — [m]agister a cen[sibvs], VI 
1628 (Rome) — nomenclator a -ibvs, 
VI 8938-8940, 33782-3 (Rome), XIV 
3553, 3640 (Tibur) — nomenclator a 
censvs (sic), VI 1878, 8937 (Rome); 
XIV 4010 (Ficulea) — praepositvs a 
-ibvs, V 8659 (Concordia) — procura- 
tor) a -ibvs, XI 5213 (Fulginiae), VIII 
20997 (Caesarea) — proc(vrator) Avggg. 
a -ibvs, VIII 9370 (Caesarea) — pro- 
curator) KASTRENSIS (sic) A CENSVS (SIC), 

VI 8213 (Rome) — pvblic(vs) ab censv, 
VI 2334 (Rome) — pvblicvs a censibvs 
p(opvli) R(omani), VI 2335 (Rome). — 
CODICILLI. a -is, VI 6190, 8440, 8441 
(Rome), XIV 4011 (Ficulea) - adivtor 
a -is, VI 8442 (Rome). — COGNITIO- 
NES. a -ibvs, VI 8628-8633 (Rome); 
Pais 179 (Aquileia) — a -ibvs Avgg., 
VIII 9360 (Caesarea) — a -ibvs Domini, 

II 1085 (Ilipa) — adivtor a -ibvs, VI 
8634 (Rome), VIII 12613 (Carthago) — 
adivtor a -ibvs domnicis (sic), VI 8635 
(Rome) — COMMENTARY a -iis, VI. 



1564, 1884, 2319, 8624, 8625 (Rome); 

V Tool (Taurini); II 41S4 (Tarraco); 
III 7045 (Svnnada), 12298 (Epirus), 
L2298 = L4203 31 (Paramythia Epiri), 
14207" (Philippopolis); VIII 11341 (Su- 
fetula) — adivtor a -us, VIII 12610, 
12011, 12612, 12894, 12895, 12896 
(Carthago), 16561 (Theveste) — evoca- 
tvs a -us, XI 19 (Ravenna) — pvblicvs 
a -iis, VI 2312 (Rome) — a -iis aqva- 
rvm, VI 8487 (Rome) — a -iis Avgvsti, 

VI 8623 (Rome) a -iis beneficiorvm, VI 
1884, 8626 (Rome) — adivt(or) a com- 
m(entariis) b(eneficiorvm), VI 33770 
(Rome) — cvstos a -is beneficiorvm, 
VI 8627 (Rome) — a -iis consvlis (or 
consvlvm?), V 6867 (Alpis Poenina) — 
spec(vlarivs) beneficiarivs (illius) a -is 
cvstodiarv(m), XI 19 (Ravenna), 6343 
(Pisaurum); Eph. Epig. IV 963 (Rome) — 
a -us fisci Asiatici, VI 8572 (Rome) — 

A -IIS OPERVM PVBLICORVM ET RATIONIS 

patrimoni, XI 3860 (Capena) — adivtor 
a -iis ornamentorvm, VI 8951 (Rome) — 

A -IIS PRAEFECTI (0l' PRAEFECTORVm) PRAE- 

torio, [VI 8400 (Rome)]; X 7685 (Ca- 
rales); VIII 8328 (Cuicul), 9368 (Cae- 
sarea), 11341 (Sufetula) — a -iis pro- 
v(inciae) Belgicae, X 6092 (Formiae) — 
ab -is Epiri et Achaiae, Bull. Corr. 
Hell. (1892) p. 174 (Epirus) — a -is 
Prov(inciae) [G]a[latiae], III 258 (An- 
cyra) A -IIS RATIONIS HEREDITATVM, VI 

8933 (Rome) — a -iis rationis patri- 
monii, VI 8502, 8503 (Rome) — a -iis 
rat(ionis) vestivm scaenic(arvm) et gla- 
diat(oriarvm), VI 10089 (Rome) — a 
-iis vehicvlorvm, VI 8542 (Rome) — a 
comment(ariis) xx her(editatvm) H(ispa- 
niae) C(iterioris), II 4184 (Tarraco). — 
CONSILIA. vicarivs a -us sacris, dvce- 
narivs a -iis [sacris], and sexag(enarivs) 
a -iis sacris, VI 1704 (Rome) — a stv- 
diis et -iis Avgg., V 8972 (Aquileia). — 
CONSVLES. decvriones a -ibvs, VI 10300 
(Rome). — COP1AE. a -iis Avg(vsti), X 
6662 (Antium) — a -iis castrensibvs, 
VI 8537 (Rome) — a -iis militaribvs, 
VI 8538-8540 (Rome); XIV 2840 (Prae- 
neste). — COR1NTHIA. a -iis, I 2 p. 247 
= X 6638 (Fasti Antiates); VI 5847 
(Rome); X 692 (Surrentum). — CRY- 
STALLINA. a -is, VI 5358 (Rome) — 



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praepositvs a -is, III 536 (Corinthus). — 
CVBICVLVM. a -o, VI 166, 1598, 4312, 
5197, 7368, 7370, 8758, S760-8764, 
9285, 9286 (Rome); X 6324 (Tarracina), 
6573 (Velitrae). 6773 (Pontia Insula) — 
a -o vilicvs, VI 8759 (Rome) — a -o 
Avgvsti, VI 8498; Bull. Cora. (1887) 
p. 323 (Rome) — a -o Avgvstorvm, VI 
8765 (Rome) — a -o Domitiae Avgvstae, 
VI 8570, 8978 (Rome) — a memoria 
et -o Avg(vsti), VI 8618 (Rome). — 
CVRA. a -a aiyucorvm, VI 604, 630, 
8795-8799, 33773 (Rome); XIV 3565 
(Tibur) — miles leg(ionis) XXII A -IS, 
XII 5878 (Genava). — CYATHVS. a -o, 
VI 3963, 8815-8817 (Rome). — CYBVS 
(sic), strvctor a -o, VI 33470 (Rome) — 
DECVRIONES. qvaestor a -ibvs, XI 4190 
(Iuteramna). — DIPLOMATA. a -ibvs, VI 
8622 (Rome) — of(f)icialis vetvs a me- 
moria et a -ibvs, X 1727 (Puteoli). — 
DVCENARII. a -us, XIV 2939 (Prae- 
neste); Dessau, laser. Lat. Select. 4872 
(Aquileia). — EPHEMERIS. procvrator 
ab -E, III 536 (Corinthus). — EPISTVLAE. 
ab -is, VI 1607, 1887, 8596-8601, 8603- 
8605 (Rome); XIV 2840 (Praeneste), 
3909 (Aquae Albulae); XI 3886 (Ca- 
pena) — procvrator ab -is, VI 798 
(Rome) — proc(vrator) xx her(edita- 
tvm) ab -is, VIII 1174 (Thuburbo Ma- 
ius) — scriniarivs ab -is, X 527 (Sa- 
lenium) — stator ab -is v VI 4249 
(Rome) — ab -is Avgvstorvm, III 5215 
(Celeia) — ab -is Graecis, VI 3836, 
8606-8608, 31747 (Rome); 111 431, 7126 
(Ephesus) — ab -is Graecis et a ratio- 
nibvs Avgg., Ill 6574 (Ephesus) — ab 
-is latinis, VI 1088, 1564. 8598, 8609- 
8611 (Rome); XI 1434 (Pisae); V 3336 
(Verona) — adivtor ab -is latinis, VI 
8612, 8613 (Rome) — proximvs ab -is 
latinis, XIV 2815 (Gabii, a lead pipe). 

— FIBVLAE. praepositvs a fiblis (sic), 
III 536 (Corinthus). — FLAMEN (? = 
flatura?). a flam(ineP), X 3967 (Ca- 
pua). — FRVMENTVM. a -o, VI 8518, 
8851, 3852, 9423-9425, 33778, 33795 
(Rome); X 6573 (Velitrae) — a -o 
cvbicvlariorvm, VI 8771, 8772 (Rome) 

A -O MINISTRATORVM, VI 8924-8926 

(Rome) — actor a -o, VI 8850 (Rome) 
dispensator a -o, XIV 2833 (Praeneste) ; 



X 1562 (Puteoli); XIII 4323 (Divodu- 
rum) — proc(vrator) a -o, X 6573 
(Velitrae) — proc(vrator) Avg(vsti) a 
-o, X 829.=> (Antium). — HEREDITATES. 
proc(vrator) a patrim(onio) et heredi- 
t(atibvs) et a libellis, XI 5028 (Me- 
vania). — HORREA. ab -is, VI 9469 
(Rome). — HORTVS. ab -o novo, VI 
8670 (Rome). — HOSPITIVM. ab -o, VI 
9474 (Rome) — ab -us, VI 7290 (Rome). 

— INDICES. CVRATOR AB -ibvs, XI 19 
(Ravenna) — evocatvs Avgvsti ab in- 
dices (sic), VI 3414 (Rome). — INSTRV- 
MENTA. ab -is, III 1995 (Salonae) — 
ab -o avxiliariorvm, VI 8854 (Rome) 

— libr(arivs) ab instrvm(entis) censv- 
alibvs, III 1470 = 7974 (Sarmizege- 
tusa). — IVMENTA. a -is, VI 8864 
(Rome) — dispensator a -is, VI 8863 
(Rome). — IVS. n viri a ivre dicvndo, 
XIII 1684 (Ara Romae et Augusti). — 
IVVENCI. arcarivs a -is, VI 8865 (Rome). 

— LAGVNA, LAGONA. a lagvna, VI 
1884 (Rome) — adivtor a lagona, VI 
8866 (Rome). — LAPICIDINAE. a -is, 
III 563 = 12289 (Eretria) — a -is 
Carystiis, VI 8486 (Rome). — LIBELLI. 
a -is, VI 8614, 33727 (Rome); IX 4453 
(Ager Amiterninus); XI 5213 (Fulginiae) 

— a -is et censibvs, XIII 1808 (Lugu- 
dunum), III 259 (Ancyra) — a -is fisci 
frvmentarii, VI 8474 (Rome) — pro- 
curator) a patrim(onio) et heridit(ati- 
bvs) et a -is, XI 5028 (Mevania) — 
adivtor a is, VI 8615, 33741 (Rome) — 
cvstos a -is, VI 8616 (Rome) — ma- 
gister a -is, VI 1628 (Rome) — pro- 
ximvs a -is, VI 180 (Rome) — scrinia- 
rivs a -is, VI 8617 (Rome). — LIBRI. 
a -is pontificalibvs, VI 2195, 5585 
(Rome) — prox(imvs) a -is sacerdota- 
libvs, VI 8878 (Rome). — LOCI, a -is 

CVBICVLARIORVM STATIONIS PRIMAE, VI 8775 

(Rome). — LORICATA. procvrator a 
-a, VI 8690-8692 (Rome) — MANDA- 
TA. a -is, VI 8813, 8814 (Rome) — 
procvrator a -is, III 536 (Corinthus). — 
MANVS. a -v (cf. amanuensis), VI 1961, 
3966, 3980, 4243, 4448, 5197, 6030, 
6273, 6595, 7281, 7281 a, 7294, 7393, 
8409, 8886-8890, 9535-9541, 33754, 
33774 (Rome); XIV 2654 (Tusculum); 
IX 4909 (Trebula Mutuesca); III 14181 






THB8AURUS LINGUAE LaTINAK EPIORAPHICAE 



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(Patara) — libbabjvs a -v, VI 6314, 

I | Rome). -- mappae. a -is. VI 8891, 

'J (Rome). — MARMORA. A-iiws. VI 

- 188 (Rome); XI 3199 (Nepet) — ta- 

bvi \ki\s a -iBvs, \'l 301 (Rome). — me- 

MOR.IA. •. -\. VI 8618 (Rome); XIV 

Tibur), 4062 (Fidenae) — om |i- 

CIALIS VtTVS A -A ET A DIPLOMAT! BVS, X 

1727 (PlltooU) A RATIONIBVS ET A -A, 

VI L596 (Rome); XIV 2463 (Castrimoe- 

nium). — MENSA. adivt(or) tabvlari a 
-a vagens(i), VIII 12883 (Carthago). — 
MILITIAE. a -us, VI 1410,3494,3496, 
3497, 3498, 3500, 3501; Notiz. (1887) 
p. 17 (Kome); X 4861 (Venafnim); XI 
3800 (Veii); III 1181 (Apulum). 1486 
(Sarmizegetnsa), 3240 = 13354 (Sir- 
minm), 5652 (Comagena), 6055 = 6757 
(Ancyra), 7804 (Apulum). 8677 (Salonae), 
L4927 (Tragurium); Bramb. 398 (Col. 
A„aippinensis); VIII 2248 (Mascula), 
2396, 2397. 2399 (Thamugadi), 2757, 
2772 (Lambaesis), 5276 (near Hippo), 
9018, 9023, 9045, 9047, 9048 (Auzia), 
10982 (Caesarea). 1 1340 (Sufetula), 20651 
(Tupusuctu), 20991, 21002 (Caesarea) — 
a mi -iis, VIII 2732 (Lambaesis) — 
eq_(ves) R(o.wanvs) a -is, XI 6120 (Fo- 
rum Sempronii). — MONVMENTVM, a -o, 
VI 6322 (Rome). — MVNERA. a mvnera 
{sic), VI 7612 (Rome) — procvrator a 
-ibvs, XI 3612 (Caere) — tabvlarivs a 
-ibvs, VI 10162, 33981 (Rome). — MV- 
SIVVM. a mvsio (sic), III 6820 (Antiochia 
Pisidiae). — NVMEN. a -e, X 4207, 4208 
(Capua). — OFFICIA. ab -iis et admis- 
sionibvs, VI 4026 (Rome). — OPERA. 
ab -a pvblica, VI 5558 (Rome) — pv- 
blicvs ab -a pvblica, VI 2337 (Rome). — 
ORNAMENTA. ab -is, VI 3992, 8896, 
8952-8954 (Rome) — ab -is sacerdota- 
libvs, VI 8955 (Rome). — PACTIONES. 
a -ibvs, VI 33785, 33786 (Rome). — 
PATRIMONIVM. proc(vrator) ab epi- 
stvlis et a -o, VI 798 (Rome) — pro- 
curator) Avg(vsti) a -o, VI 8501 
(Rome) — proc(vrator) a -o et here- 
dit(atibvs) et a libellis, XI 5028 (Me- 
vania) — tabvlarivs a -o, VI 41 (Pola). 
PATRONVS. accensvs a -o, V 3351 

(Verona). — PEDES, a -ibvs (cf. pedi- 
sequus), VI 4001 (Rome). — PINACO- 
THECAE. a -is, VI 10234 (Rome). — 



PISCINA, a -a, VI 8689 (Rome). — 
PLEBS. eqvites a -E. XII 4338 (Narbo). — 
plvmbvm. vilic(vs) a -o, X 3967 (Ca- 
pua). POPVLVS. TRIBVNVS MII.ITVM 

a -o, X 788, 789. 820, 822, 830, 837, 
838. 851, 996, 1074, 1132, Notiz. (1£ 
p. 171 (Pompeii); IX 3155, 3159 (Cor- 
fiuium), 3307 (Superaequum), 4519 (ager 
Amiterninus) ; XI 3216 (Nepet). 3617 
(Caere), 4575 (Carsulae); V 3334 (Ve- 
rona), 7566 (Hasta); Rev, Arch. (1902) 
p. 446 no. 189 (Rome). — PORTICVS. 
a -v. VI 4461 (Rome). — POTIO. a -ne. 
VI 1884 (Rome). — PVLVINAR. aera- 
rivs a pvlvinar (sic), VI 9136 (Rome). — 
PVPILLATVS. tvtor a -v, VI 2210 
(Rome). — PVRPVRA. a pvrpvr(a), VI 
4016 (Rome). — QVAESTIONES. bene- 
ficiarivs tribvni a -ibvs, IX 1617 (Be- 
neventum) — evocatvs Avgvsti a -ibvs, 
XI 2755 (Rome); XI. 2108 (Clusium). — 
RATIONES. a -ibvs, VI 1120, 8408-8431, 
8450, 31384, 31856, 33467, 33724, 33736 
(Rome); X 3347 (Puteoli), 6640 (An- 
tium); IX 2438 (Saepinum); XI 4360 
(Ameria); III 14112 2 (Carnuntum, am- 
phora); VIII 1641 (Sicca Veneria) — 
a -ibvs et a memoria, VI 1596 (Rome) 
XIV 2463 (Castrimoenium) — a -ibvs 
Avgg., VI 455 (Rome); III 7126 (Ephe- 
sus) — ab -e fisci, III 1992 (Salonae) 

— a r(ationibvs) t(abvlariorvm), VI 
8430 (Rome) — adivtor a -ibvs, VI 
5305 (Rome) — adivtor tabvl(ariorvm) 
officii a -(ibvs), IX 1664 (Beneventum) 

— librarivs a -ibvs, III 1477, 7979 
(Sarmizegetusa) — procvrator a -ibvs. vi 
1599, 1620 (Rome) — procvrator Avg(v- 
sti)a -ibvs, VI 1626 (Rome); XIV 2104 
(Lanuvium) — procvrator a -ibvs Av- 
g(vsti), VI 1625, 16256 (Rome) — ta- 
bvlarivs a -ibvs, VI 33725 (Rome); ta- 
bvlarivs a -ibvs mensae Galliarvm, VI 
8581 (Rome). — REGIONES. a -ibvs, VI 
8685 (Rome) — a -ibvs Vrbis, VI 3958, 
4017-4024 (Rome). — RELIQVIAE. a re- 
liqvis (sic) p(opvli) R(omani), Melanges 
(1903) p. 381 (Rome). — SACRA, a -is, 
VI 8715. 32409 (Rome) — adivtor a 
-is, VI 8716, 8717 (Rome) — hymne- 
tria a s(acris?), X 7426 (Thermae Hi- 
meraeae) — pvblicvs a -is, VI 2323, 
2331 (Rome). — SACRARIVM. a -o, VI 



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4027 (Rome) — aeditvvs a -o Divi 
Avg(vsti), VI 2330 (Koine) — pvbucvs 
ab -o, VI 2329, 2330 (Rome). — SCAENA. 

DENVNTIATOR AB -A GRAECA, VI 10095 

(Rome) — rogator ab -a, VI 10094 
(Rome) — scamillar(ii) operae veteres 
(sic) a -a, XI 4813 (Spoletium), 5054 
(Mevania). — SCRINIA. a -ns praefecti, 
III 13201 (Dalmatia). — SEDES. a -ibvs, 
VI 9040 (Rome) — a -e Avgvstae, VI 
3976 (Rome) — pvblicvs a -ibvs Avgv- 
sti, VI 2341 (Rome). — SPECVLARIA (?). 
a pigvlar. \_sic = a specidar(ibus)?~\, VI 
4248 (Rome). — SPECVLVM. a specv- 
lvm (sic), VI 7297 (Rome). — STATVAE. 
a -is, VI 4032 (Rome) officinator 

a -is, VI 2270 (Rome). — STVDIA. a 
-ns, VI 8636, 8638 (Rome) — a -us et 
consiliis Avgg., V 8972 (Aquileia) — 
a -ns Avgvsti, XIII 1779 (Lugdunum) — 
magister a -iis, X 4721 (Ager Falernus) — 
magister a -us Avgg., VI 1608 (Rome) — 
proc(vrator) Avg(vsti) ab -iis, VIII 
11340 (Sufetula) — proximvs a -iis, VI 
8637 (Rome). — SVBSCRIPTIONES. ac- 
ceptor a svbscr(iptionibvs), VI 5181 
(Rome). — SVBSELLIA. pvblicvs a -iis 
tribvnorvm, VI 2340 (Rorne) — SV- 
PELLEX. a svpellectile, I p. 327 = I 2 
p. 247 = X 6638 (Fasti Antiates); VI 
4035, 4036, 4357, 5358, 8654, 8973, 
33913 (Rome) — Caesaris a -e, VI 3719 
(Rome) — a -E castrense, VI 8525 
(Rome) — a -E Domvs Avreae, VI 31033 
(Rome) — TABVLAE. a tabvliis (sic), 
VI 3970 (Rome). — TABVLARIVM. a 
-o, VI 7374 (Rome) — a -o castrensi, 
VI 8529 (Rome). — TESTAMENTA. a 
-is principis, VI 5299 (Rome). — TORI. 
dispensator a -is, VI 8655« (Rome) ; 
XIV 4120 :5 (Frascati, bronze plate). — 
TRIBVTA. dispensator a -is, VIII 1028 
(Carthago). — TRITONES. viucvs a Tri- 
tones (sic), VI 8684 (Rome). — VA- 
LETVDO. a -E, VI 8639 (Rome); X 703 
(Surrentum), 6637 (Antium). — VEHI- 
CVLA. a -is, VI 8542 (Rome) — tabv- 
larivs a -is, VI 8543 (Rome). — VESTIS. 
a -E, VI 1884, 3756, 4042, 4043, 4251, 
5197, 8545. 31317 (Rome) — adivtor 
a -E, VI 8547 (Rome) — serws a -e 
castrensi, XIV 2832 (Praeneste) — a -e 
cvbicvlaria (?), VI 33771 (Rome) — 



cistarivs a -E forensi, VI 5193 (Rome) — 
a -e imperatoria privata. VI 8550 (Rome) 

— a -e mvnda, VI 8548.8549; Papers 
Brit. School in Rome, I p. 159 (Rome) 

— a -E regia, VI 8551, 8552 (Rome) — 
a -E sacra, XIII 3691 (Treveri) — ta- 
bvlarivs a -E scaenica, VI 10090 (Rome) 

— vestificvs Caesaris a -e scaenica, VI 
8554 (Rome) — a -e venatoria, VI 8555 
(Rome). — VINA, a -is, VI 8527 (Rome) 
adivtor a -is, VI 8062, 9091, 9092 
(Rome) — VNGVENTA. ab vngentis 
(sic), VI 9098, 9099 (Rome). — Add: 
a lacte probably = conlactaneus, Bull. 
Com. (1902) p. 298 = Rev. Arch. (1903) 
p. 150 no. 129 (Rome, 2 nd ). 

(h) Adverbial formulas etc. Miscella- 
neous, a fronte, V 3072 (Patavium) — 
a tergo, XIII 1668 1. 36 (Ara Romae 
et Augusti) - - a retro, VI 14215, 18329 
(Rome) — ab ante (cf. abante), XI 147 
(Ravenna) — ab vltra, VI 9493 (Rome) 
heres ab asse, VI 22819 (Rome) — co- 

LATAS AB ASSE LVCERNAS, XIII 10001 19 

(Gallia) — ■ (monvmentvm) ab asse q_vae- 
sitvm, IX 2029 (Beneventum) ; X 7647 
(ager Saluzzensis) — ab ascia (cf. sub 
ascia), VI 8931, 10921 (Rome); X 3717 
(Liternum) — ab inchoato, VI 103 = 
30692 (Rome); X 1462 (Herculaneum) ; 

IX 5568 (Tolentinum) — a novo [cf. de 
novo], VI 222, 626, 1763 = 33089 1 , 
3714, 31007 (Rome); XIV 404 (Ostia), 
2119 (Lanuvium); XI 3126 (Falerii), 
5418 (Asisium), 6225 (Fanum Fortunae) ; 

X 6558 (Velitrae), 7227 (Lilybaeum) ; 
IX 1568 (Beneventum); III 4796 (Vi- 
runum), 5565 (Bediaum), 6993 (Apamea) ; 
XII 1893 (Vienna) — a solo (= «from 
the ground up » ), very frequent every- 
where — a fvndamentis (generally in 
late inscrr.), VI 255, 256, 1252, 1703, 
1790, 8972, 14936, 17213, 22704, 31917 
(Rome); XIV 1937 (Ostia), 2101 (La- 
nuvium); X 5045 (Atina), 5409 (Aqui- 
num), 6485 (Ulubrae, 2 nd ), 6811 (Ardea), 
7954 (Turris Lisibonis); IX 2338 (Al- 
lifae), 2448 (Saepinum), 4063 (Carsioli), 
5649 (Trea); XI 280, 287-289, 294, 295, 
298 (Ravenna); V 3100 (Vicetia); III 
3370 (Aquincum), 3653 (Ulcisia Castra), 
4441 (Carnuntum), 5670« (Fafiana), 
13734 (Munic. Tropaeum), 14 149 (Ara- 






THESAURUS LINGUAE LATINAE EPIGRAPHICAE 



A-AB 



: vill l 108 rtrignica), 2242 Ma- 
scula), 7018 3805 (Zabi), 9062 

(Arraia), 10117 (Africa), 12314 (Pi 
Procons.), L6749 Tiufedi), L8277 (Ci- 
vita> Lambaesit. i, 201 15 I Cuicul I 
i vndami nto. \ > l<» ' Pompeii i ; III »i>408 
(Antiochia Pisidiae), 7 150 Moesia Inf.) : 
\ III l\ ■ Leptis Magna), 2722 | Lambae- 

A R.VDIMENTIS FVNDAMENTORVM. Ill 

L0596 (Salva) — a fontibvs, VI 31564 
(Rome) - a capite, IX 3018 (Teafce) 
nh imo, III 6846 = L2145 (Antiochia 
Pisidiae). Cf. metaphorical use: XI 263 
(Ravenna, 6 th ): pvlcrior vt cvltvs ma- 

lORQJk'E RESVRGAT AB IMO AB OR1GINE, 

XIII 4325 I Diyodurum) — a se — solus. 
[Cf. Ital. da s ; _\ . by himsell -]: a se 
fecit. Bramb. 468 (Bonna); fecit a se. 
VI 2753 (Rome); a se facivndvm cvra- 
vit. Ill 1653 = 8143 (Margum), Bramb. 
187 (Dusseldorf) — a radice = ■ roots 
ana all -. IX 3375 (Aufinium, 2 nd ): te- 

NERAM AB RADICE FERENS, SlLVANE. CVPRES- 

svm — ab vsv = a.To ^rjffemg, [oppo- 
sed to rudis~], III p. 1936, § 7 11. (55), 
57, 59, 61, 63 [Edict. Dioclet.) — ab 
acv. III p. 1936, § 7 1. 53 ( Edict. Dio- 
clet): CENTVNCLVM (sic) PRIMVM ORNATVM 
AB ACV = 7l\JXr]fia TTOOnt-ToV~\ x\^6^\x[_0^\(f- 

\jirj]p£vov ajT^b (t^Xov7}f\. 

ab with esse = - away from ». ab 
v(rbe) R(oma) esse, I 206 1. 67 {Lex 
Iulia Munic.)\ VI 2120 (Rome): cvmab 
aedibvs essem ; III 7000 (Orcistus): est 
a [patria]; V 1703 (Aquileia): vt esset 
ab ipsis. 

Phrases dependent on verb etc. under- 
stood. Bull. Arch. Cr. (1901) p. 167 
(Rome -p : leonti, pax a fratribvs; XIII 
3162 (Viducasses): exemplvm epistvlae 

\ Tampio; Bull. Arch. Cr. 1 1!' 1 

p. 304 (Rome, 6 th ): a vincvlis eivs (sc. 
appellatum); VIII 1954 (Theveste): ra- 

RVNV HOC A CONIVGE mvnvs ; XI II 2423 

(Lugudannm -J-): a terra ad martyres; 
XIII 1499 (Vasio, 6 1 < : a tenebris lvmen; 
XII 2:;t>l i Vienna. 7 th i : a cardine mvndi: 
II 1282 (Salpensa, 2 nd ): ad gratiam a 

tali viro inevndam; III ()o() (Philippi): 

HIC AB HEREd[e~J .V\ATRE POST OBITVM EIVS 

legavit libertis matris.... Especially 
frequent on bricks and pottery, with or 
without o deare), [sc. faelunij ad- 



ministraium, or a similar word]. Exi. : 
XV 522: ab T. Allio Primigenio Sala- 
re(se opvs), 1500: ab Appio Qv[i~Jnqva- 
| trale], 709: ab Aprile, 733*735, 1365: 
ab Aristio (Rome, bricks); VIII 10478 1 
= 22642' : ab Assene lvcernas venales, 
[cf. ibid. : de ofina (sic) Asse/w lvcer- 
nas colatas, 22642 :! : lvcernas colatas 
de ofina (sic) Asseni], lu478 l = 22642 4 : 

EMITE LVCERNAS COLATAS AB ASSE, 22642 5 : 
EME LVCERNAS COIAIAS (sic) AB ASSE, 

22642 s : emi lcernas colats Asi (sic), 
22642'°: emite lvc[er]nas abass (sic) 
(Caesarea, lamps); XV 339: ab Avieno, 
2 1 8, 221, 222, 725 : a Calpetano, 107^ : 
ab Cl(avdio) Qvin(q_vatrale) (Rome, 
bricks); Rev. Arch. (1902) p. 353 no. 72 
(Pompeii, amphora): ab Clodio Clemente 

DE SVPERIORE SINE DEFRITO J XV 207, 674: 

o(pvs) d(oleare) ab L. Fadio, 710: a T. 
Flavio Corintho, 863: a Flavio Maximo, 
382: a Fvficio Ferentinian(o), 1146: a 
Larcio, 635: ab L. Licin(io) Feli(ce), 
1501: a Nov(io?) As(clepiadeP), 743: 
a Pavlino, 218'.': a Pont(io?) Long(ino?), 
521: (opvs) Salarese a Tavrione, 1044: 
ab Tert(io) servo, 380 : a Tontio Bar- 
baro op(vs) dol(eare). 1147: a Tontio 
Felic(e), 1086: ab Vlp(io) Anic(etiano) 
(Rome, bricks); Eph. Epig. I p. 175-176 
( Pompeii) : scombr(vm) Scavri ab Vm- 
bricia. 

Cause etc. expressed by ab instead of 
simple abl. — - arbor a vetvstate decidit, 
VI 2059 (Rome, Arval, A. D. 80) ; ar- 
bores qvae a tempestate nivis decide- 
rant, VI 2060 (Rome, Arval, A. D. 81); 
a probitate fide praeclarvs, VIII 20907 
jTipasa, f); Le Blant II p. 553 (Lugudu- 
num ) : morbvm non potvi vincere ab 
arte mea. 

(B) Temporal. Sedis Apostolicae pri- 
maevis miles ab annis, Rossi 1029 
(Rome 7) -— primevis (sic) tonsvs ab 
annis, Le Blant, N. R. 441 ( Avenches, j) 

— ab anno aetatis svae, VI 23033 
i Rome i — [v~Jrbes (sic, gen.) ab anti- 
oj/a noveletate (sic) erat capvd (sic), 
XII 2179 (near Vienna) — ab antiqvo- 
rvm memoria. XIV 472 (Ostia) — AB 
atavis patronvs, IX 1568 (Beneventnm) 

AB AVO ET MAIORIBVS COLLEGI ET CI- 

vitatis patronvs, IX 1684 (Beneventuni) 



A-AB 



ABAL 



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A CONDITA CIVITATE SVA, VIII 1888 (Tlie- 

veste) — a crepvndiis, VI 1724 (Rome) — 

Felix ab eventv, XI 6076 (Urvinum) 

ab excessv eivs, XI 6577 (Sassina) — 
ab exordio nvptiarvm, Melanges (1903) 
p. 118 (Thubursicum Nuinid.) — ab hac 
ora (sic), AB hac die, ab hac nocte, VI 
33899 (Rome) - - ab hac die, VIII 2557 
(Castra Lambaes.) — ab hora oEcvnda, 
VI 1261 (Rome) — ab inevnte aetate, 
VI 1730, 1731 (Rome); V 6698 (Ver- 
cellae); IX 3685 (Marsi Marruvium); 
XII 482 (Massilia), [where ab henevnte 
etate (sic)']; XIII 2027 (Lugdumim) ; 
Carm. Lat. 760 (Via Nomentana) — ab 
infantia, VI 15488 (Rome) — ab initio, 
XIV 157 (Ostia) — ab initio aetatis 
svae, VI 17984, 19301 (Rome) ab 

ipsa ivventvte, VI 1741 (Rome) 
ab origine, V 3216 (Vicetia); X 681 
(Surrentum), 1702, 1815 (Puteoli), 3357 
(Capua), 4755 (Suessa); IX 1568 (Be- 
neventum); III 7000 (Orcistus) — ab 

ORIGINE VRBIS NOSTRAE, XIII 1668 1. 6 

(Ara Romae et Augusti) — a prima ae- 
tate, VI 8999, 18449 (Rome); XIV 963 

(Ostia) A PRIMA SVA STATIM AETATE, 

V 532 (Tergeste) — a prima lvce in 
horam septim[am], II 5181 (Lex metalli 

VipaSC). A PRIMO ADVENTV SVO, III 

1412 = 7902 (Sarmizegetusa) — a primo 

AETATIS FLORE, VI 1735 (ROUie) A 

primo aetatis iNTROiTv, VI 1759 (Rome) 

A PRIMIS ADVLESCENTIAE SVAE ANNIS, 

VI 1727 (Rome) — vsqve a pvbertate, 
XI 137 (Ravenna) — a pveritia, X 1685 
(Puteoli) — a pvero, V 3415 (Verona) 

— a pvpvla, I 1194 = X 6009 (Min- 
turnae) — a tempore transitvs svi, XI 
295 (Ravenna) — ab virginitate, VI 
7732, 9810 (Rome); X 3720 (Liternum) 

— ab Vrbe condita, VI 472 (Rome). 
In the sense of post, « since » , « after » . 

BELLA FACTA A BELLO MaRSICO, I p. 470-471 

= P p. 6Q == IX 422 (Fasti Venuiini); 
a pompa, VI 10047, 10048 (Rome); post 
meridiem a balneo cathedris consede- 
rvnt, VI 2104 (Rome, Arval 218). 



AARON. Biblical patriarch. Form 
Aron. Hiibn. Hisp. 152 (Caesaraugustaf, 
6 th ). 

AB. Hebrew name of month. I p. 347 
= I 2 p. 269 (Fasti Potemii Silvii): \_Iu- 

UUS~\ VOCATVR APVD HEBRAEOS Ab. 

ABACTIVS. [Sic for abactivus]. • Dri- 
ven away > , « stolen » . IX 2438 (Saepi- 
num, 168): ivmenta abactia. 

ABACVS. (1) Ornamental small table, 
or « sideboard >. VI 10237 (Rome, 16): 

MENSAM Q_VADRATAM IN TRICHIl(a), ABACVM 

cvm basi ; Hiibn. Hisp. 379 b (Bracara, f): 
abaco splendente. (2) Ornamental table 
for images of divinities. VI 16801 (Rome): 
abac(vm) d(ono) d(edit); V 3312 (Ve- 
rona): ABACVM CVM SIGNIS II, HERCVLE ET 

Amphale (sic = Omphale). (3) Compu- 
tation table. XI 6435 (Pisaurum) = Carm. 
Lat. 434 with emendation: scivi qvid 

EVCLIDES ABACO PRAESCRIPTA TVLISSET. 

ABADDIR. Sacred stone fallen from 
heaven. (Gk. /SafavAog). As divinity, VIII 
21481 (Manliana): Abaddiri sancto, cvl- 

TORES IVNIORES SVIS SVMTIS (sic) ARAM 

constitv(ervnt). 

ABALENO, -ARE. See ABALIENO. 

ABALIENO, -ARE. (ABALENO, -ARE. 
Cf. ALIENO, -ARE). Legal technical term : 
« to alienate » , « transfer » . I 200 xi 
(Lex Agr aria, B.C. Ill): [aedifici]vm 
non ab alienaverit (sic) ; ibid, xv: 
[qvod eivs agri neqve is ab alie]navit 

AB ALIENAVERITVE (sic) NEQ_VE HERES EIVS 
AB ALIENAVIT (sic) ABALIENAv[eRITVe] ; 

ibid, xvi : qvod eivs agri non ab alie- 
natvm (sic) erit; ibid, lxiv: [neqve 

IPSE] NEQVE HERES EIVS NEQVE QVOI (sic) 
IS HERES ERIT ABALIENAVERIT ; I 204 ( LCX 

Antonia de Termess., ca. B. C. 71) I 33, 

II 27 : QVOD EIVS IPSEI SVA VOLVNTATE AB 

se non abalienarvnt; VI 10107 (Rome): 
[monvmentvm] ne abaliene(tvr) ; VI 
10236 (Rome); fidei vestrae conmitto 

(sic) NE QVIS VENDAT AVT ABALIENET ; VI 

13014 (Rome): si qvis avtem hanc me- 

MORIAM VENDERE VOLVERIT, VEL DONARE, 
SIVE DE NOMINE a[b~] ALIENARE ... J VI 

14027 (Rome, 1 st ): h(oc) m(onvmentvm) 

NE LICEAT ABALENARE (Sic) ', VI 14930 

(Rome): siqvis hanc aram vendere avt 
abalenare (sic) volet; VI 15640 (Rome) : 
vt ni (sic) eivs (sc. monumenti) abalie- 



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ABAL 



ABBI 



SSA QVOQVO GENERE COEAN I : 

VI 17''- 1 Borne): [si qvis hoc sepvl- 
]m posthac anaui[naki. vei i>on]are 
volmkit: VI 29922 (Rome) : ni •. \ ra- 
tione aba£lienare volet ?] ; VI 35243 
(Rome): [neve mo ak ale- 

nare (sic) veli[t]; VI 36364 (Rome); 
si q_vis voi.e[t] [m]anvs inicere sive ven- 
dere sive abalenar[k : X L804 (Pn- 

tcoli): hoc shpvi chk I si qvis ven- 

DIDERIT VEL ABALlENAVERir ; X 3037 (PU~ 

teoli): sepvlchrvm (sic) benderi vel 

abalienare; V 7454 Vardagate): hos 

HORTOS NEQVE DIVIDI VOLO NEQJY'E) ABA- 

lienari ; III 191 (Beroea): ne liceret 

VLLI EORVM ABALIENARE VLLO MODO ID MO- 

nvmentvm; Notiz. 1 1903) p. 575 = Mitth. 

L904) p. 148 = Rev. Arch. (1904) 

p. 310 (Praeneste, 4 th ): [a]balienandi ... 

POTESTAS. 

ABALLAVA. A place in Britain, near 
the vallum Hadriani. VII 1291 (Wilt- 
shire, bronze vase): A. Mais. Aballava. 

ABALLAVENSIS. - Of Aballava », 

q. v. — VII 415 (Uxellodnuum. 241-2), 
as corrected in Eph. Epig. Ill p. 131: 
in c[v~Jnevm Frisionv.ni Aballavensivm 
Philippjanorvm]: VII 410 (ibid.): [in 
cvnevm Frisionvm Aballave~Jnsivm. 

ABALTERVTRVM. adv. • From one 
to another-, [cf. alteruler}. VI 21 04 
i Koine. Arval, 218) 1. 28: deinde ab al- 

TERVTRVM SIBI REDD( IDERVNT ). 

ABANTE. adv. « In front, - VI 2899 
(Home): terrvla pvra abante et dextra 
laeva q_ve (sic) ; VI 8931 ( Rome ) : in 

F(RONTE) PIEDES) X, ABANTE LONg(vm) p(e- 

desi xi : xi 147 (Ravenna): petimvs ne- 

QV1S NOS INQVIETET EX ARCA NOSTRA NE- 
Q_VE AB ANTE ($ic) ALIAM PONAT. 

ABARCEO, -ERE. - To keep off. or 
away -. XIII 485 (Ausci): Di habeant 

ABARCERE VSQ_(VE) AD MONIMENTVM [SIC) 
MEVM. 

ABAR1TIA. See AVARITIA. 

ABASGANTVS, as name of racehorse. 
VI 10053 I Rome): Abasc. 

ABAVVS. - Grreat-greatgrandfather». 
I 1198 X 4 7s. i (Teannm Sidicinum): 

ABAVOS i 110111. ) PATRI5 mei; VI 1743 
(Romi ABABO 5VO. 

ABBAITAE. ,0k. 'AppaTtat or Appa- 
eh(ei<. A people of Mysia on the confines 



of Phrygia. XIV 2218 (Nemns Dianae): 

Mys \b|b]]aitae et Epict[ete]s. 

ABBA. ABBAS. Chr. «Abbot-. (Fifth 
ci'iiturv aii'l later). X 1539 (Neapolis, 

168): HIC REQ_VIESCIT IN Pa(cE) SANCTVS 

abbas: XII 994 (A relate, 6 th or Later): 

RESPLENDIT (sic) TVMOl.O (8tc) MERITIS 

sanctissimvs abbas ; XII 1553 ( Vocontii ) : 
Vrbicivs abba nobilis; Hiibn. Hisp. 1 12 
(Legio, 030): corpvs Vincenti abbatix 
(sic): ib. 19 (Nertobriga) : hic tvmvlvs 
Honorii abbat(is); ib. 390 (Caesaraugu- 
stai: Victorianvs abb(as): ib. 172 = 
401 (Baylen, 091): Locvber Asci indi- 
gnnvs (sic) abba; ib. 385 (sine loco, 8 th 
or later): Ildemvdi (sic) abbatis; ib. 140 
(Ovetum. 9 th ): Fla(v)invs abba; ib. 102 
(near Carthago Nova) : Theodosivs abba: 
il». 219 (Corduba, 890): Samson cla- 
rissimvs abba; ib. 221 (Corduba, 923, a 
bronze bell) : offert hoc mvnvs Samson 
abbatis (sic); ib. 238 (sine loco, 918): 
Frankila abba; ib. 400 (sine loco 931): 
occvlit abbatis magni hec (sic) VRNA 
fabilas (sic); ib. 409 (Legio. 913): Ade- 
fonsvs abba; ib. 244 (near Legio, 980): 
Ermenigildo abba; ib. 455 (Lucena, 925): 

ALVMNVS ORTODOXVS (sic) LEGITIME ABTVS 

(sic. for abbas? or alius ?) ; ib. 470 (Legio, 
1040): Sabaricvs abba; ib. 470 (Legio): 
Ciprianvs abbas ; ib. 510 (sine loco, 1074 }: 
Cbes(s/£)abba; ib. 472 (Legio. 1028): Sve- 
ro Alvarie (sic) abas (sic); Bull. Arch. Cr. 
(1880) p. 122 (Orvieto. 11 th ): abb(as). 

ABBATISSA. Chr. «. Abbess ». (Sixth 
centurv and later). Rev. Arch. (1902) 
p. 353 no. 75 = Notiz. (1901) p. 491 
(Rome, 514): Serena abbatissa; X 4514 
(Capua, 509): Ivstina abbatissa. fvnda- 
trix sancti loci hvivs ; XII 5352 (Narbo. 
th or later) : Deo sacrata Maria habba- 
t(issa) (sic); III 9551 (Salonae, 7 th or 
8 th ): sanct(a) abtissa (sic) Iohanna; 
Hiibn. Brit. 183 (Hackness. Yorkshire): 
abbatissa Oedilbvrga; Bull. Arch. Cr. 
(1901) p. 298 and p. 299 (Rome). 

ABBIRCELLENSIS. «Of AbbirCella», 
a town of Proconsular Africa, now Hens- 
chir en-Noam. VIII 814 = 12344 (Abbir 
Cella, 3 d ): mvnicipivm Ivlivm [Phi]l[ip- 
pianv]m Abbir Cellense (sic) ; VIII 893 
(Prov. Procons.): [civita]s Abb[ir~Jcel- 

LENS[lS~J. 



ABBO 



AJBEL 



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ABBOIOCES (?) Apparently a tribe 
in Spain. II 6294 (Tarraconensis) : Attia 
Abboiocvm (gen. phir.). 

[ABDE = ? Rev. Arch. (1901) p. 449 
(Africa, 3 d ): C. Licinivs Felix abde Po- 
stvmivs]. 

ABDICO, -ARE. ■ To abdicate ■, 
« Renounce ». [Abbrev. abd., abdic] I 
198 (Lex Repetundarum, B. C. 123 or 
122) LXXII and LXXIX: sei is praetor 
. . . sei[Ve is q_vaestor] . . . eo magistratv 

IVDICIO VE (sic) INPERIOVE ABIERIT, ABDI- 

caverit. Especially freq. in the Fasti 
Magistratuum: I p. 426 = Pp. 16 
(Fasti consulares): abdicarvnt vt d[e- 
c]emviri consvlar[i imperio fier]ent; 
I p. 430 = I" p. 20 (ibid.): ex s(ena- 

TVS) C(ONSVLTO) ABDICARVNT; I p. 433 

(ibid.): [Q_. Caedicivs Q. f. — ] n. 
Noctva abd(icavit) ; I p. 434 = I 2 p. 24 
(ibid.): cens(or) D. Ivnivs D. f. D. n. 
Pera abd(icavit), and M. Clavdivs C. f. 
Glicia, qvi scriba fverat, dictator coa- 
ct(vs) abdic(avit); I p. 435 = I 2 p. 24 
(ibid.): cens(ores) T. Manlivs T. f. T. n. 
Torqvatvs, Q^Fvlvivs M. F. Q^ n. Flac- 
cvs vit(io) facti abd(icarvnt); I p. 437 
= I 2 p. 25 (ibid.): P. Cornelivs P. f. 
Cn. n. Scipio Nasica, C. Marcivs C. f. 

Q^ N. FlGVLVS VITIO FACTI ABDICARVNT; 

1 p. 440 (ibid.): L. G[elliv]s L. f. L n. 
[Poplicola] abd(icavit); 1 p 441 = I 2 
p. 28 (ibid.): [Imp(erator)] Caesar Divi 
f. C. n. Avgvstvs xi abd(icavit), and 
[consv]latv se abdicavit, and [C. Val- 
givs C. f. — n.] Rvf(vs) abdic(avit); 
1« p. 58 = VI 2014 = XIV 2240 (Mons 
Albanus, tabula feriarum Laiinarum) : 
[Ca]esar co(n)s(vl) abdicavit: I p. 466 
= I 2 p. 64 (Fasti Colotiani) : C. Ivlivs 
Caesar iiii sine conleg(a) abdic(avit) ; 
XI 4345 (Ameria): C. Ivlivs sine con- 
l(ega) a(b)d(icavit); 1 p. 472 (Fasti mi- 
nores): (jmp(erator) Caes]ar co(n)s(vl) 
abdicavit. Add Rossi II p. 69 no. 38 
(ex sylloge Turonensi) : postqvam et ce- 
nobia iiii or (sic = quattuor) constrvxit 
AC abdicavit. 

ABDITVS. Part, as adj. ■ Hidden », 
«obscure». X 3714 (Liternum) : signa 

TRANSLATA EX ABDITIS LOCIS AD CELEBRI- 

tatem Thermarvm Severianarvm ; IX 1563 
Beneventum, 5 th ): statvam [pra]esentem 



in abditis locis reppertam (sic); IX 1588 
(Beneventum) : ex locis abditis vsvi at- 

Q_VE SPLENDORI THERMARVM DEDIT ; V 6728 

(Vercellae. 6 th ): corde lvstrans abdita 
cvncta; VIII 212 (Cillium, mon. Fla- 
vioricm, 2 nd ) 1.81: si videas campos. 
infra iacet abdita tellvs. 

ABDOMEN, as article of food. XV 
4782 (Rome, amphora): abd(omina, sc. 
thynni) m(embratim) c(aesa). 

ABDVCO, -ERE. [abdovco in early 
period]. « To lead away » , « take awav » . 

I 29 = VI 1285 [Cf. VI 31588] (Rome, 
sarcophagus of L. Cornelius Scipio Bar- 
batus, 3 d B.C.): svbigit omne(m) lov- 

CANAM OPSIDESQVE (sic) ABDOVCIT ; I 198 

(Lex Repetund., B. C. 123-2): neive ab- 

DVCITO NEIVE ABDVCIER IVBETO ; X 1453 

(Herculaneum) : servos... neq_ve inde 
abdvci sine decvr(ionvm) decreto ; X 
4842 (Venafrum) : aqvae dvctvm cor- 

RVMPERE ABDVCERE AVERTERE FACEREVE \ 

VIII 21486 (Tuccabor) : ob prostratam 

GENTEM . . - PRAEDASQVE OMNES AC FAMI- 

lias eorvm abdvctas; VI 20905 (Rome): 

ANCILLAM ET PVERVM LECTO IACENTI PA- 
TRONO ABDVXIT VT ANIMO DESPONDERET. 

k To abduct » , « carry away by stealth 
for reward » . Ill 2544 (Salonae) : (Mi) 
abdvcto a latronib(vs) — Metaphori- 
cally, of death. VI 6189 (Rome): imme- 
rito abdvctas phoebi de [^limine patris] 
Nicen et Phoeben arcvla ace^rba tenet] ; 
X 2183 (Puteoli): cvm vxore sva qvam 
abdvxit ; VIII 12505a (Carthago): te 

ROGO, Q_VI INFERNALES PARTES TENES, COM- 
MENDO TIBI . . . VT EAM CELERIVS ABDVCAS \ 

II 4427 (Tarraco) : manes si saperent, 

MISERAM ME ABDVCERENT CONIVGEM. 

ABEL. Son of Adam and Eve. XI 291 
(Ravenna, f, a mosaic): Abel; Le Blant 
552 (Bituriges == Venant. Fortunat.,6 th ): 

QJ/ALIATVNC TRIBVIT DE GREGE PASTOR ABEL. 

ABELIO. See ABELLIO. 

ABELLA. A town of Campania, now 
Avella. X 1199 (Abella): civitatem 
[A]bellam nvda ante soli deformitate 
sordentem; X 1208 (ibid., 155): Abel- 

LAE IN BASILIC[|a] SCRIBVNDO ATFVERI (SIC) 
(Mi). 

ABELLANVS. » Of Abella ■, q. v. X 
1199 (Abella): (Mi) patrono et cvr(a- 
tori) Abellanorvm; X 1201 (ibid.): vni- 






ABE! 



ABIC 



•\ ; \ l'j"7 1 ibid. I; 

^t[i] Ic V[e]ner[iae] 

ior vmJ; X 1217 (ibid.): popvlvs 

ellanae, III 
p. L934, 58 [Edict. DiocleL): nvcivm 

WARVM PVRGATARVM. 

abellinas. - Of Abeilinum », q. v. 
IV 2159 (Pompeii, graffito): Lvcceivs 
Albanvs Abellinas cvm Travio Aetio: X 
1117 (Abeilinum, 240): Couonia) Ve- 
n(eria) Livia Avg(vsta) Alexandrian(a) 

.linatvm (sic); 1120 (Abeilinum): 

ORDO SPLENDIDISSIMVS COLONIAE AbELLI- 

natvm 11*25 (ibid.): ordo splen- 

D1DISSIMVS ET POPVLVS ABELLINATl VM ; 1126 
(iMd.): SPLENDID1S5IMY5 ordo Abell(i)- 

riv)»; IX 1199 (Aeclanum): [a]e- 

clan(i) et Abellinatis. 

ABELL1NVM. A town of Campania; 
ruins at La Civita near At ri paid a, not 
far from the modern Aoellino. X 1149 
(Abeilinum): [....] M. l. Nyso avg(v- 
stali) Abel(lini); IX 2118 (ager Bene- 
veutanusi: 11 mr i(vro) d(icvndo) Abel- 

LIN 

ABELLIO. ABELIO. A local deity of 
the Convenae, an Iberian tribe on the 
north slopes of the Pyrenees, in Aqui- 
tauia. about the sources of the Garumna. 
(Le Comminges). Dedicatory altars: X11I 
30, 338: Abelioni; 40: Abelioni Deo; 
148: Abelionni; 333: Abelionn(i) deo ; 
171, 337: Abelionni; 39: Abellioni 
deo; 166: Abellionni deo; 77: Abel- 
lionn(i) deo. 

ABEO. -IRE. [Forms: imper. abei, I 
1007 = VI 1534(3; pies, indie, abet, VI 
33395; per;', indie. abTit, Carm. Lat. 670; 
[form abivit not found]; pres. subj. ha- 
beat VI 1759; part, habevnte, Le Blant 
641]. (A) Simply, « To go away -. IV 
1973 I Pompeii, graffito)'. Norbvlla, abi! : 
I 1007 = VI 15340 (Home. 1 st B.C.): 

DOMV.W SERVAVIT, LANAM FECIT ; DIXI, ABEI ! 

VIII lu42 i Carthago i : qvaeso. 
abi, ne viola!: Le Blant 181 <= Sidon. 

Apoll. IV /.' XVIII): LIVOR ABI MOR- 

dax!; VI 5302 i Home, 1 st ): si praedo 
hinc aberit: VI 5767 .Rome. 1 st ): le- 

GISTi: MISERATVS ABIS. FELIX TIBI VITA SIT J 

VI (Rome : tempvs abet (sic)] I 

450 I Venetia. a : tempvs abit jam; 

I p. sib = V p. 234 (Fasti Praeaest.w 



neqve Tarq_vinivs abut ex comitio; I 
198 (Lex Repetund., B. C. 123-122) 
XXIX (twice): in exilivm abierit; VI 
1759 (Rome. 389): hinc etiam factvm 
est vt mensores nos Portvenses, q_vi- 
b(vs) vetvs fvit cvm cavdicariis divtvr- 
nvmq_(ve) lvctamen, voti compotes abi- 
remvs; II 19(33 (Le.c Malacit., 1 st ) XXIX: 
Q_VO ne ab ivsto tvtore tvtela habeat. 
(15.) - To retire - from office, with abi., 
as abdicare q. v. I 198 (Lex Repetund., 
B. C. 123-122) IX: [postqvam eorvm 
q_vis e~Jx eo mag[istratv~J imperiove abie- 
rit; ib. LXXII, LXXIX: sei is praetor 

. . . SEl[vE IS Q_(vaESTOr)] . . . [eO MAGI- 

stratvJ iovdicio ve (sic) inperiove (sic) 
abierit; I p. 433 = P p. 22 (Fasti Con- 
sular. Capitol.): dictatvra abut; XII 
6038 (Narbo): qvi flamonio abierit: II 
1963 (Lex Malacit.) XXI: [cvm post 
annvm magistratv] abierint. (C.) Of 
death : i To pass away . . VI 7243, 15806 
(Rome): svbito tempore raptvs abit; VI 
17518 (Rome): q_vi cito raptvs abit; VI 
10131 (Rome): abut vno insvper anno; 
VI 28044 (Rome): vixit diebvs (tot), 
abit noctis ab h(ora) VI; III 9632 (Sa- 
lonae); qvi nondvm lvce peremptvs abut; 
III 9638 (Salonae): [hev lacrimat]vs abis; 
XIII 7427 (Cirta): haec abit ad svperos; 
XII 2116 (Vienna, 7 th ): inter emeritvs 
(sic. = ace) Cristi (sic) nvnc abi(i)t fa- 
mv[losJ; XIII 2397 (Liigudunum 6 th ): 
(aaiinas) qj/as hinc corporibvs laxat 
abire Devs; Carm. Lat. 670 (Rome, of 
Pope Damasus, 383); ereptvs ex ocvlis 
flori genitoris abTit; Jhra, Damasi Epi- 
gram. 46 (Rome): ipse tvis precibvs me- 
rvit confessvs abire; Le Blant 641 1. 16 
(Gallia) : vita habevnte (sic). 

ABEO, -ERE. etc. See HABEO. 

[ABIAFELAESVRAFRVS? II 2524 
(Civitas Limicorum): abia • felaesvrafro 
sacrvm. (Note 1. c. « nomea dei fuerit 
fere Abiafelaesurraecus « . 

AB1AMARCAE matronae. - Matron 
deities - of the west Germans. [Cf. Am- 
biomarcae.~] Bramb. 625 (Floisdorf) : 

MATRONIS ABIAMARC(IS). 

ABIANIVS. A Gallic god. [Cf. Abi- 
nius.] XII 6034 (Apta): deo Abianio. 

ABICIO. -ERE. «To throw away», 
■ throw down - III 14120 (Gortyna. 169): 



ABIE 



ABNE 



39 



IBIDEM ABIECTIS . . . MARGINIBVS; T, p. 335 = 

I 2 p. 257 (Fasti Polemii Silvii, 5 th ): de 

MENSA SVA1W MAPPAM FORAS . . . ABIECERAT ; 

XIII 2397 (Lugndunura, 6 th ): et tribvs 

ABIECTIS METAS VOLVENTIBVS ANNIS . . . 

Add K vans 4 (Chur, f): abiectis... cap- 
tivis. 

ABIECTVS. adj. « abject », « poor ». 
xiii 2551 (Curia, f, 548): (ille) abiectis 

Q_VI FVD1T opes. 

ABIEGNEVS, ABIEGINEVS. ■ Of fir- 
wood» I 577 =--X 1781 (Puteoli, lex 
parieli faciundo. B. C. 105): trabicvlas 

ABIEGINEAS (SIC), ASSERIBVS ABIEGNIEIS (sic), 
OPERCVLA ABIEGNEA, ANTEPAGMENTA ABIE- 

gnea; III p. 1939. 12. 1 (Edict. Dioclet.): 

MATERIA [a]bi[eg]n!A. 

ABIETARIVS. * Carpenter » VI 9104 
(Rome): C. Roivs C. l. Eros abietarivs. 

ABIGEIVS, as name of horse. VI 
10048 (Rome, 2 n,i ): in Abigeio victor 

EMINVIT. 

[ABIGEVS = ? VI 218 (Rome, 202): 

ABIGEI FEC(eRVNt)]. 

ABIGO, -ERE. ■ To drive away ». VI 
10082 (Rome): aetate abacta virgin! 
(sic, as adj. Cf. Carm. Lat. 218) Spev- 
dvsa Lethen incolis; Le Blant 190 
(Tours): pinvs abacta redit. 

ABILENI. The inhabitants of Abila 
(now Nebi-Abel) in Coelesyria. Ill 199 
(Syria, 2 nd ) : viam . . . restitvervnt ... in- 
pendiis (sic) Abilenorvm. 

ABILICI. A tribe of the As tares Tran- 
smontani in Hispania Tarraconensis — II 
2698 (Astures Transmont.): (ille) ex gen- 
te Abilicorvm. Cf. s. v. abliq_vm. 

ABINIVS. A local divinity of Gallic 
origin. V 7865 (Cemenelum) : (ille) aram 

POSVIT DEO ABINIO. 

ABIRENES. Local deities of the Ger- 
mans. Rhein. Jahrb. (1884) p. 45 = 
Dessau 4630 (Dentz) : [Herc]vli Magvsa- 
n[o...] Abirenibv[s, Sil]vano et ge- 
ni[o], etc. 

ABIS. See AVIS. 

ABITATIO. See HABITATIO. 

AB1TO, -ARE. See HABITO, -ARE. 

[ABIVDICO, -ARE. Thus Vollmer 
(Thesaurus Ling. Lat. I p. 101 1. 23) 
cites I 200 LX1I (Lex Agraria, B. C. 
Ill), where the text reads: adiovdicari 
licebit. See adivdico]. 



ABIVRO, -ARE. ■ To deny under 
oath», «abjure» — I 206 (Lex Jul. 
Municip., B. C. 43) 113: qvei[ve] in 
ivre [bonam copiam ab ivravit] ab ivra- 

VERIT (sic) ... 

ABLAIDACI. A tribe of the Astures 
Transmontaui in Hispania Tarraconensis — 
II 2710 (wrongly transcribed, corrected in) 
II 5731 (Astures Transmont.): (ille) ex 
gente Ablaidacorv(m). 

[ABLIQVM. (sic) gen. plur. II 2817 
(Uxama) : (ille) Abliq_(vm), problably con- 
nected witli the Spanish tribe abilici, q. v.]. 

ABLVO, -ERE. > To wash away » . 
In Chr. inscrr., of the « washing away » 
of sin in baptism. VI 1756 b. (Rome, 4 th ): 
Iordane ablvtvs; Jhm, Damasi Epigram. 
101 1. 5 (Rome, 4 th ): ablve fonte sacro 

VETERIS CONTAGIA VITAE \ Le Blailt 200 

(St. Denis — Venant. Fortunat, Miscell. 

IX, V): TE VENERANDA tamen mox ablvit 
vnda lavacri ; Rossi II p. 80 = Carm. 
Lat. 913 (Rome): ablve fonte manvs; 
Rossi II p. 46 = Carm. Lat. 1448 (Rome): 
en gra(tia) prisci qvam vvlneris gvttis 
ablvas alma rvbris. 

ABNEGO, -ARE. « To deny utterly ». 
VI 14672 (Rome): ideo qvia me pos (sic) 

MVLTAS INIVRIAS PARENTEM SIBI AMNEGA- 

verit (sic). 

ABNEPOS. k Great-great-grandson ». 
Very freq. in inscrr., in the official ge- 
nealogical ' name ' of emperors and pri- 
vate individuals of rank. [Abbreviations : 
abn, abnep, passim; abne., XII 5475 
(Provincia, 58): abnp., Ill 10616 (Pan- 
nonia, 19S); abnepot. (dat.), VI 3761 
(Rome, 198-201), XIV 102 (Ostia, 2 nd ), 
X 3834 (Capua, 196), X 5908 (Anagnia, 
3 d ), IX 15 (Hydruntiim, 162); abnepotib 
(dat.), X 3340 (Misenum, 2 n ' 1 ) — Note 
abbrev. apnep. (sic), VIII 17587 (Numi- 
dia, 164) — Often written with separa- 
tion of prefix: ab nepos, II 6236 (Con- 
ventus Cluniensis, 55); ab nepoti, X 
1647 (Puteoli, 161), IX 3154 (Corfinium) 
— [Note abne — poti, III 3118 (Abba, 
165)] — ab nepotes, III p. 889 (Teate, 
2>Hi) _ AB NEP ., VI 2042 1. 12 (Rome, 
60), III 1372 (Veczel. Dacia, 164), VIII 
2275 (Bagai, 162), VIII 4209 (Vere- 
cunda, 172) — ab n., II 4719 (Corduba. 
55), III p. 845 (Dacia, 60)]. — 



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Aiwrc 



ABOM 



Of Doblemen, passim. Exx. : X 1579 
(Caiatia): Q. G.wio Q. hi.. Q. nep. Q. 
ikon. Q. abn. Fa i. Fvlvio Procvio; XI 
5088 (Mcv;ini;i I : L. Atatio Cn. F. Cn. 
N. L. PRONEPOT. L. ABNEPOTI AeM. MemORI 

AroNio Fikmo; II L286 (Salpensa): L. 

MaRI IVS L. I. L. N. L. I'RON. C. ABN. 

Qvikin. Satvrninvs; II 2129 (Obulco) : 

Qvintivs Q. F. Q. N. Q. PRON. Q. ABN. 

Gai . Hispan[vs] — [Note, as out of place, 
IX 1006 (ager Compsinus): M. Opimvs 
Gal. Marcellinvs, splendidvs eq_ves R(o- 

MANVS) P. N. P. PRON. P. ABN. (siC wHll- 

out filiation)]. Of emperors, passim. 
Exx. Caligula, as divi Juli abnepos, II 
1716 (Baetica, 39), 6208 (Corduba, 39) — 
Nero, as divi Augusti a., VI 2041 (Rome, 
59), II 184 (Olisipo), XIII 3165 (Vidu- 

jes), XII 5459, 5471, 6469 (Provin- 
cia) — Aelius Caesar, as Nervae a., X 
5051 (Atina, 154). — M. Aurelius, as 
Nervae a., VI 1009 (Rome, 140), II 3234 
(Libisosa, 166) — L. Vertis, as Nervae 
a., XII I:: I t (Narbo, 164), II 1946 (Iluro, 
164) — Commodus, as Traiani «., VI 992, 
(Rome, 192), II 187 (Olisipo, 2"' 1 ) — Septi- 
mius Sever us, as Traiani a., VI 1 031 (Rome, 
203), XII 4346 (Narbo, 197), II 4655 
(Emerita) — Caracalla, as Iladriani a., 
VI 1030 (Rome, 201), II 1170 (Hispalis, 
205) — Geta, as Hadriani a., VI 1076 
(Rome, 210) — Conslantinus Junior, divi 
Claudi (Gothici) a., Ill 5207 (Celeia, 4 th ). 
ABNEPOS is found in the second cen- 
tury as denoting distant descent, (as aba- 
vus in literature of distant ancestry), sup- 
pressing adnepos q. v. Exx., of Commo- 
dus, VI 2099 (Rome, Arval, 183): divi 
Traiani Parthici abnepoti, divi Nervae 
abnepoti. Of Severus, V 4868 (Benacen- 
ses, 195): divi Traian(i) Parthic(i) ab- 
nep., divi Nerv(ae) abnep. ; III 14 (Ale- 
xandra, 199): divi Traiani Parthic(i) 
abnep[oti], divi Nervae abnepoti. So X 
8243 (Anagnia), III 211 (Laodicea ad 
Mare), III 10616 (Pannouia), VIII 22403 
(Sititis). 

ABNEPTIS. b Great-great-granddaugh- 
ter-. VIII 706i) (Cirta, 2" d ): Sosiae 
Falconillae, Q. Pompei Sosi Prisci co(n)- 
s(vlis) fil(iae), Q.. Pompei Falconis co(n)- 
s(vlis) nep(ti), Q. Sosi Senecionis co(n)- 
s(vlis) ii pro(nepti). Sex. Ivli Frontini 



co(n)s(vus) hi abn(epti); VIII 1648 (Sic- 
ca Wneria): Aemilia L. f. Cerealis ab- 
nep(tis); III 5807 (Augusta Yindelicum), 

of Matidia, divi [Traia]ni abne[ptis3. 

ABNOBA. The nioiintain-deity of Mans 
Abnoba in the Black Forest, Germany, 
near the source of the Danube; identified 
with the Roman Diana. Bramb. 1626 
(Alpirsbach): XU I 6:556 ( Waldinossingen), 
XIII 6357 (Arae Flaviae): Abnobae; XIII 
6332 (Pforzheim): [AbJnobe (sic); XIII 
5334 (Badenweiler) : Dianae Abnob[ae] ; 
XIII 6326 (Miihlburg, on headless statue 
of Diana accompanied by dog. Cf. Rev. 
Arch., 1903, p. 416): deae Abnobe (sic); 
XIII 6283 (near Aquae Aureliae, 193): 
Deanae (sic) Abnobae. 

ABNVO, -ERE. « To refuse » , « deny ■ 
VI 24368 — 34152 (Rome): abnvis et 
refvgis; Jhm, Damasi Epigram. 2. 1. 3 
(Rome, 4 th ): abnveret sanctos Christvm 

LAVDASSE PROPHETAS. 

ABOLENDVS. Part, of abolere, q. v., 
as adj. in active sense: « destructive. » 
VI 526 1664 (Rome, 5 th ): simvlacrvm 

MlNERBAE (Sic) ABOLENDO INCENDIO . . . 

confractvm; VI 1750 (Rome, 5 th ): abo- 

LENDAE CIVILIS VEL POTIVS FERALIS CLADIS. 

ABOLEO, -ERE. ■ To abolish », «de- 
stroy », « cancel » VI 32326 1. 30 (Ludi 
Saeculares, 204): [nomina qvoqve reo]- 
rv[m] aboleantvr ; VI 32327 1. 20 (ibid.) : 

[rEORVJW^ NOMINA ABOLENDA ; VI 10407 C 

(Rome): qvei (sic) haec nomina socio- 
rvm abolverit; VIII 10667 (ager Theve- 
stinus, 2 nd ): [sec]tam abolevit; Rossi II 
p. 150, 19 = Carm. Lat. 311 = Jhm, 
Damasi Epigram 105 (Rome, 5 th ): q_vi 

PECCATORVM SORDES ABOLERE PRIORVM TER- 
renisq_(ve) OPTAS MACVLIS ABSOLVERE VI- 

tam; Hiibn., Hisp., 413 = Rossi II 
p. 294, 3 = Carm. Lat. 699 (Tarraco): 

NVMQVAM (Sic) ABOLENDA PER EVVM (sic) 

merita ; Hiibn., Hisp. 469 (Leon, 913): 

HIC LOCVS . . . BREVI OPERE INSTRVCTVS. POST 
RVINIS ABOLITVS. 

ABOLLA. « Dinner-dress » VIII 4508 
(Zarai, 202): abollam cenatoriam; Bruns, 
Fontes, p. 275 (testamentum Galli cuius- 
dam, 1 st ) 1. 7: n lodices et cervicalia 
dvo par(ia) cenator(ia) et aboll(ae) II. 

ABOMINANDVS. Part, as adj. : ■ Aw- 
ful ■ VI 1716 = 32094 (Rome, 6 th ): abo- 



AB03I 



ABSE 



41 



JVVINANDI TERRAE MOTVS RVINA, aild ABON- 
TINANDI (SIC) TERRAE MOTVS RVIn(a). 

ABOMINO, -ARE or ABOMINOR, 
-ARI. « To hate», IX 2229 (Telesia): 
vivere abominavit; VIII 2557 (Castra 
Lainbaesitana, 203): item, qj/od abom(i- 
namvr or -Mvs?), si q_(vi) locv(m) sv(vm) 
amis(erit) . . . 

ABONIANI horti, in Rome. VI 671 
(Rome, 2 nd ): (ilk) d(ono) d(edit) hortis 

ABONIANIS ARAM MARMOREa(m). 

ABONVTICHVS [= 'Aptovov Ttlxoq]. 
A town of Paphlagonia. Soldiers from 
that town, III 7532 (Tomi) : Ga.vs Lici- 
nivs Clemens n(atione) Abonvtichv (sic), 
and Clvdivs (sic) Secvndvs n(atione) 
Abonvtichvs. 

ABRAHAM. [Abraam, Abram]. Inde- 
clinable. Biblical patriarch. In Chr. inscrr., 
V 3210 (Vicetia): in sinvs (sic) iam re- 
qviescis Abraham; X 1370 (Nola) : (Me) 
in gremio Abraham [q_viescit] ; III 10190 
(Doclea, glass vase): Abram et fi. (=?) 
Evam [sic, by mistake for Adam]; VIII 
16701 (near Theveste) : [devs Abra]ham, 
devs Isac; VIII 22634 (various terracot- 
tas found in Africa): Abram et Isac; Hiibn, 
Hisp. 466 (Zemora): vbem (sic ubi) 
Abraam obtvlit Isac filivm svvm olo- 
cavstvm Domini. 

ABRAXAS. A mystic name of the 
Deity in the Gnostic sect, fonud on their 
amulets. Ill 10188" 20 (Dalmatia): Iao, 
Adonis, Abraxas; III 14339 (Dalmatia) 
and Kraus 280 (Bonn): abpacae in Greek 
letters. [Cf. Pabretti, Inscr. Anliq. quae 
in Aedib. Patem. asservarUur Explica- 
tion pp. 535-6]. 

ABREPTIO. « Carrying off. VI 142 
(Rome, f, under the figure of Pluto car- 
rying off a girl) : abreptio Vibies (sic) et 
discensio. 

ABRETTENVS. A resident of Abrittus 
in Moesia Inferior. [Cf. abritani.] Ill 
p. 1971 (Oltina, tab. honest, miss., 99): 

PEDITI (Mi) ABRETTEN(o). 

ABRIPIO, -ERE. ■ To carry off ■ (of 
death). XI 10220 (Rome): fatis abreptvs 
hic iaceo; VI 10226 (Rome): hoc iacet 
abreptvs conditvs in tvmvlo; VI 14810 
(Rome): P. Cincivs Hyacinthinvs v. a. 
vii abreptvs est [sic, for v(ixit) a(nnos) 
{sen; septimo) abreplus est}; VI 25063 

Thes. linguae lot. epigr. 



(Rome): sat fverat, Porth(m)ev, cvmba 

VEXSISSE (Sic) MARITAM, ABREPTAMQJ/E MIHI 

sede iacere tva; VI 26680 (Rome): (ilium) 

LVGVNT (SiC) SINE FINE PARENTES ABREPTVM 

fatis ; VI 34866 (Rome): abrepti fra- 
tris . . . rei.iqvias ; Am. Journ. of Arch. 
(1898) p. 396 (Puteoli): mors inmatvra 

ABRIPVIT ME A PARENTIBVS ; V 7437 (LU 

barna) : q_vorvm labor hvmanitatis et 

STATVS PIETATIS IN MATREM SVAM ABREPTVS 

est ; III 2197 (Salonae) : (Mam) abreptam 
in inferi Ditisspecvs; VIII 15880 (Sicca): 
cvm c[as]v tris[ti a]bra[ptae (sic) e]xe- 
[qvio]; XIII 2070 (Lngndnnnm) : svbito 

CASV ABREPTVS. 

ABRITANI. Inhabitants of Abrittus 
in Moesia Inferior. [Cf. abrettenvs.] V 
942 (Aquileia): (Me) natvs in M[oe]- 
s[ia] Infer(fore) Castell(o) Abritano- 
r(vm). 

ABRVMPO, -ERE. «To break off», 
* interrupt ». VI 25871 (Rome): abrvpit 
(sc. vitam) dirae sortis iniqva dies; III 
t99 (Syria, 2 nd ): viam flvminis vi abrvp- 

TAM. 

ABSARVS. A river fort in Pontus. 
[Gk AipaQog~] X 1202 (Abella) : (Mum) 
praeposit(vm) nvmeror(vm) tendentivm 
in ponto, absaro. 

ABSCEDO, -ERE. « To depart ». V 2 
p. 61 7 2 (Mediolanum, f): abscedet can- 
didior nivibvs; Hiibn. Hisp. 334 (Eme- 
rita, 6 th ): inimicvs confvsvs abscedat ; — 
In sense, « to depart this life », VI 1884 
(Rome, 117): abscessit Selinvnte pri(die) 
idvs Avgvs(tos). 

ABSCIDO, -ERE. « To cut off », me- 
taphorically. VIII 1863 (Theveste, 6 th ): 
post abscisos ex Africa Vandalos ; III 
567 (Delphi) : etiamsi vtrorvmqve spei 

ALIQVID APSCISVM (sic) EST. 

ABSENS, or APSENS. Part, as adj. 
[Form apsens generally in the Augustan 
period.] Res Gest. divi Aug. I 5, 31 : 

[dICTATVRa]m ET APSENT[l ET PRAESENTI 

mihi datam] =^ anovxi xai 7ta(j6rzi etc.; 
VI 1527 (Rome, ca. 4 B. C): i[vd]icio 
apsentis Caesaris Avgvsti ; VI 456 (ibid.); 

EX STIPE QVAM POPVLVS EI CONTVLIT . . . 

apsenti ; VI 457 (Rome, 9 B. C.) : ex 

STIPE QVAM POPVLVS ROMANVS ... APSENTI 

contvl.t: VI 30974 (Rome, 1) B. C): 

POPVLVS ROMANVS . . . APSENTI EI CONTVLIT; 



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^BSE 



ABST 



vili L8214 (Omtoa Lambaes., 2 nd ): qvod 

IN 51 tBSBNTBM CON I vler(vn I ) ; V I I \ 

L8234 (ibid.): qvbm in se absentbm con- 
rvLER(vNT); 1 p. 290, XXXII — I»p. 195 
XV II VI L315 (Borne, L" 1 ): [co]nsvl 

apsbns CRBATVS [est]; I p. 290 XXXIII 

1- p. 195 Will XI is.ii (Arre- 
tiuin, elogium C. Mari): co(n)s(vl) ab- 

SENSCREATVS EST | 1" p. 194 XV (A ILl't iuill. 

elogium L. Aemilt Paulli) cof n)s(vl) . . . 

ai'[sens f]actvs est; XI 5211 (Fulginiae, 

1 st ): AI'SENS INTER PRAETOKIOS RELATVS J 

XIV 3471 (Anticoli): apsente [vendi- 
tor^; II 5439 III 2 1. 26 (Lex Urso- 
nensis, 44 B. C): qvo magis. eo ab- 
sente, . . . recip(eratores) sortiantvr ; X 
5394 (Aquinum, 1 st ): [ratione habita] 
absentis eivs; VIII 2803 a (Lambaesis): 
conivgis absentis reditvm perferre ne- 
q_visti ; XII 915 (Arelate) : [b]enificia 
(sic) absenti qvi facet {sic) ; VI 167;!:! 
(Rome): absent(i); V 5343 (Comum): 
absente se; V 2 p. 620° (Mediolaniuin, f): 
absens. 

ABSENTIA. (APSENTIA). ■ Absence » 
V 5050 (Anauni, 46): apsentia pertinaci 
patrvi mei ; VI 25762 (Rome): non sic 

MERVIT PONI, SED ABSENTIA FECIT MARITI 

et fili; XI 1057 (Parma): in absentia 
lo[ng]i itineris; III 3355 (Pannonia 

Iuf. ): PER ABSENTIAM MEI. 

ABSIDA. « Alcove », « apse » [= ab- 
sis q. v.] XI 273 (Ravenna, f): haec 

ABSIDA M[v]siVO EXORNATA EST ; IX 647 

(Veuusia f) : absida vbi cesq_vit (sic — 
i/uiescil) Favstinvs pater. 

ABSIDATA. i Alcove », « uicbe ». Ill 
90s 7729 (Dacia): sig(nvm) nvminis 

CVM ABSIDATA. 

ABSIS. «Apse». [Sic; never Apsis 
in inscrr. Cf. absida, absidata] VIII 712 
12143 (Prov. Bvzacena): vna cvm absi- 
des {sic) e[t] p[orticv?J; XII 5336 
(Narbo, 5 th ): absid(em) p(er)f(ecit). 

ABSOLVO, -ERE. [Rarely apsolvo]. 
( 1 i «To free » , « release » , « absolve » . 
X 3725 ( Volturnum): (ille) legations 
ter absolvtvs; Rossi 282 (Rome, 379): 
abso[lvtvs] de corpore; Ihm, Damasi 
Epigram. 105 (Rome): terrenisqve optas 
macvlis absolvere vitam ; Le Blant 218 
(Orleans): sveverat et pvlsis absolvere 
corda periclis; Le Blant 181 (— Sidon. 



A poll. IV Ep. XVIII): LIVOR ABI MORDAX 

absolvantvrq_ve priores — Notably as 
legal term, opposed to condemao, q. v. 
A- such, abbreviated A: I IDs {Lex 
Repelund., B. C. 123-2) LIV: vbei a. 
i ii i era scripta erit, ABSOLVITO pro- 
nontiato (sic); Cf. ibid. LI: [in q_va 
sorttcola, ex altera parte A siet, ex 

alte]ra C; and silver denarii of Q. Cas 
sins Longinus, ca. 60 B. C. (1 477, Babelon, 
Monnaies de la Itepublique liomaine I, 
p. 331): A. C. = absolve, condemno on 
a voters ballot — I 198 (Lex Repetund., 
B. C 123-2) LV : is ex hace lege eivs 
rei apsolvtvs (sic) esto ; ibid. LV1 : qvei 
ex 'h(ace) l(ege) condemnatvs avt apso- 
lvtvs (sic) erit ; I 205 (Lex Rubria, ca. 19 
B. C.) I 31, 40: s(ei) n(on) p(arret) 
a(bsolvito); II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 
B. C. 44) IV 1. 1: qvi accvsabitvr ab 

HIS IVDICIBVS, EO IVDICIO ABSOLVI IVBETO \ 
Q_VI ITA ABSOLVTVS ERIT, . . . IS EO IVDICIO 

h(ac) l(ege) ABSOLVTVS esto ; I 603 = 
IX 3513 (Furfo, 58 B. C.) : sei (sic) ab- 
solvere VOLENT SIVE CONDEMNARE. 

(II) « To complete », « perfect ». VI 
255, 256 (Rome, 3 d ) : (porticus) absolvta 
excvltaqve; VI 851 (Rome, 5): k(alen- 
dis) Mart(iis) apsolvtvm (sic) est; VI 
1374 (Rome, 10 B. C): opvs apsolvtvm 

(sic) EX TESTAMENTO DIEBVS CCCXXX \ VI 

9632 = 33813 (Rome): monvmentvm ap- 
solvi (sic); VIII 2728 (Lambaesis, 2"' 1 ) 
1. 78: q_vod absolvi sine cvram (sic) 
Noni Dati non potest; VIII 155!'.' 
(Thugga): hoc opvs . . . absolvtvm dedi- 
cavit. — Add in special sense in Mi- 
tbraic rites, VI 736 (Rome, 391): absol- 
vit k(alendis) Mart(iis). 

ABSORBEO, -ERE. * To devour » , me- 
taphorically. X 1537 (Neapolis): mors 
qvae perpetvo cvnctos absorbet hiatv ; 
Hiibn, Hisp. 485 (Spain): eam absorbeat 
terra. 

ABSQVE. Prep. ■ Without > VI 1783 
(Rome, 43): absq_(ve) interpellatione 
vlla; IX 4763/5» (Stroncone): ab[s]qve 

VLLA QVERELA. 

ABSTINENS. Part, as adj. [See below, 
abstinentissimvs]. u Abstaining", « abste- 
mious». Ill 12134 (Lycia): (Mi) ab 
inivria abstinenti; Le Blant 708 (Ve- 
nasque, 6 th ) : q_vae fvit sibi abstenens 



ABST 



ABSV 



43 



(sic), IN PAVPERO MISEROQJ/AE (sic) PRO- 
FVSA. 

ABSTINENTIA. «Rigid integrity», 
« scrupulous honesty s . In honorific inscrr. 
of men in public office. VI 1511, 1512 
(Rome): propter hvmanitatem, abstinen- 
tiam; VI 1769 (Rome, 342): constan- 

TIAE, ABSTINENTIAE TESTIMONIVM; XIV 170 

(Ostia, 3 cl ): ob insignem eivs erga se 

BENIVOLENTIAM (sic) AC SINGVLAREM ABSTI- 

nentiam; X 4863 (Venafrum): (illi) ab- 

STINENTIA CONTINENTIAQ.VE MIRANDO \ X 

6440 (Privernum) : ob eximiam diligen- 

TIAM ET ABSTINENTIAM EIVS ; IX 688 (Hef- 

donia) : ob singvlareiw ivstitiaiw absti- 
nentiamq_ve; XI 376 (Ariminum) : ob 

SINGVLAREM ABSTINENTIAM EIVS ; XI 3013 

(ager Viterbiensis) : ob abstinentiam sin- 
gvlarem eivs; V 4499 (Brixia): ob insi- 
gnem] abstin[entiam]; V 7251 (Segu- 
sio): [a]bstinentia et [h]vm[anitate]. 

ABSTINENT1SSIMVS. « Scrupulously 
honest». (Cf. abstinentia). Generally in 
honorific inscrr. of men in public life. 
XIV 4144 (Ostia, 147): dignissimo [a]t- 
q_ve abstinentissimo viro j IX 2243 (Te- 
lesia) : patrono abstenentissimo (sic) ; 

IX 3667 (Marsi Marruvium): patrono 
a[bst]inentissimo ; V 7375 (Dertona): 
civi abstinentissimo; II 4111 (Tarraco, 
3 (1 ) : praesidi abstinentissimo; II 4113 
(Tarraco) : (illi) abstinentissimo, ivstis- 
simo, di[s]ertissimo; XIII 1680 (Ara 
Romae et Augusti, 3 t! ) : (illi) integerri- 
m(o), abstinentissimo. Of women, VI 
35868 (Rome) : coivgi (sic) . . . abstinan- 
tissime (sic); XIV 1826 (Ostia): pvdi- 
cissimae adqve (sic) abstenentissimae (sic) 

PVELLAE. 

ABSTINEO, -ERE. [Often apstineo]. 
(I). Transitively: « To Keep off, or away » 

X 1401 (Herculaneum, 1 st ): deberent . . . 

APSTINERE (sic) SE OMNES CRVENTISSIMO 
GENERE NEGOTIATIONS, and VT APSTINERENT 
(Sic) SE A TAM FOEDO GENERE NEGOTIA- 
TION^); V 6296 (Mediolanium, 487): 

ABSTINENS SE AB OMNI MALIGNA RE ; X 

6418 (Tarracina): apstineas (sic) man(vs); 
Notiz. (1900) p. 134 (Spoletum): apsti- 
neas (sic) manvs; XI 1421 (Pisae): cvn- 

CTOS ... Co[nv]iCTIBVS SESE APSTINERE (sic). 

(II). Intransitively. « To abstain ». 
IX 2438 (Saepinum, 2 nd ): abstineatis 



inivris (sic) faciendis; X 1376 (Nola, f, 
frgmt.): abstinvit; XII 2160 (Vienna, 
frgmt.): abstinvit. Add, in sense of re- 
tineo, « to hold back » , « retain » III 
p. 931 (Dacia, wax-tablet, 162): qvan- 

DIV (sic) ABSTINVERIT .. . 

ABSTVTVS. =astutus q. v. n Wise », 
« clever » . only in Chr. inscrr. of Briord, 
in France. Le Blant 376: (Me) abstvta; 
377 (Me) abstvtvs ; 380 : (illius) abstvti. 

ABSVM, -ESSE. ■ To be away » , «be 
absent». (Cf. ABSENS.) 

[Forms : apsit, VI 36629 (Rome), III 
14493 (Dacia) — h(abesto), VI 23655 
(Rome).] 

Used absolutely, or with dat., or with 
abl. with ab. I 198 (Lex Repetund., 
123-2 B. C.) XXIII: [qveive ab Vrbe 
Roma plvs — ? — milia passvvm] aberit; 
I 206 (Lex Julia Munic, 44 B. C) 116; 
Q_VOM pvpillvs esset reive pvblicae cavsa 
abesset; cf. ibid. 1. 117; a(besset) ; VI 
32323 (Rome, Ludi Saecitl., 17 B. C.) 
25: Q_yi a contione afvissent; VI 1527 
(Rome, 1 st B. C): etsi afv. ; II 1963 
(Lex Malacit., 1 st ) XXV: ne plvs qj/am 
singvlis diebvs abesto ; 1X2827 (Buca, 

1 st ): vt palvs a fossa; VI 11535 

(Rome) : cippvs . . . aberat ab trvnco mo- 
nvmenti ; III 14493 (Dacia): [ivs here- 

DIBVS] ME1S APS[IT] (sic) DAND[l Ea] \ XIV 

510 (Ostia): abest Ixion ; X 6811 (Ardea, 

238): VT PERICVLVM COMMEANTIBVS ABESSET ; 

III 2964 = 9418 (Salonae) : non pvdor 

HINC ABERAT, PIETAS NON GRATA PARENTI ; 

VI 36629 (Rome): apsit (sic) a vobis; 
Carm. Lat. 1395 b = Rossi II p. 442 
(Rome, f ) : dvm pia mater abest; Carm. 
Lat. 1410 = Rossi p. 99 (Rome, -J-): te 

TAMEN HEV SOL A (SC fVoU) FLEMVS ABESSE 

patrem — Observe absit = « far be it » 
(/.nj ysvoiro) in late Latin, VI 1756 a 
(Rome, 4 th ): sed periisse Probvm meritis 

PRO TALIBVS ABSIT CREDAS, ROMA TVVM ! 
VIVIT ET ASTRA TENET. 

Especially freq. in tomb-formulas ward- 
ing off dolus malus, q. v. [Almost wholly 
in Italy, rarely outside of Rome.] ABESTO, 
abbreviated A, very freq. (See s. v. A 
above, p. 8) ; a • b • (sic), VI 8480 (Rome, 
2 ml ) : h(vic) m(onvmento) d(olvs) m(alvs) 
a • b(esto) ; a • e • , VI 1 3647, 16956, 35622 
(Rome) : h(vic) m(onvmento) d(olvs) m(a- 






\i;>\ 



AC 



(sto); AH .. vi I 121 l a (Ron 
ft ■ ai \ I 204 I:;. 22048 
= 22901 i Koine) : n m • d • m ■ a». VIII 

13161 I Carthago « ab • — abe • , 

Bull. irch.Cr.(1900)p.343(Rome): hm- 

ft-ABi — abes VI 34913 (Rome): h.m- 

DM- ABES • ABEST • . VI 8542, L4897 

(Rome) d • m • abest • , VI 27640 (Rome): 

II • m • d • M ■ ABES! — In full, VI 187'.'. 
2877, L5984, 18047. 23090, 29914, 
34731 : d • m • abesto: VI 2 1305 (Rome): 
dma b • esto (sic) : VI 22915 ( Rome) : 
dol • mal • abesto: VI 2345, 8861, 8862, 
9485, 10876, 11022, 11913, 12133, 
L3441, 1 1579, 15294, L6445 = 34104, 
16746, 18773, 19844, 10931, 20829, 
21998 (Rome): dolvs malvs abesto — 
Obserre: XIV 2112 (Lanuvium, 2 nd ): a 

n(ostro) collegio dolvs malvs abesto 

A<M : VI 14670 (Rome) : hvic monvmento 

DOLVS MALVS ABESTO AFVTVRVSQVE | X 444 

(Vallis Silari superior. 1 st ): hvic rei dolvm 
malvm afvtvrvm ; VI 10241 (Rome, 2 n,i ): 

DOLVMQVE MALVM HVIC REI ABESSE AFVTV- 

tvrvmq_ve es[s]e; VI 10247 (Rome): 

DOLVM ABESSE AFVTVRVMCTVE ESSE A TE. 

ABSVMO, -ERE. « To consume », 
■ destroy. VI 1718 (Rome. 5 th ): secre- 

TARIVM AMPLISSIMI SENATVS . . . FATALIS IGNIS 

absvmpsit; V 5795 (Mediolanum) : hoc 

SPELEVM (SIC) VI IGNIS APSVMPTVM (sic) ', 

VIII 2388 (Thamugadi, 4 th ): qvattvor 

PORTICVS CAPITOLI SERIAE VETVSTATIS AB- 

svmptas; XIII 255 (Lugdunum Convena- 
rum) : statio . . . [q_]v[ae vsqve ad so]lvm 
absvmpta f[vit]; VI 9693 (Rome): absv- 
met tecvm singvla sarcophagvs. 

ABTHVNGITANI. Inhabitants of Ab- 
thungi. a town in Africa. Dessau 6815 
(Abthuogi? — wrongly numbered 6515): 

CVRATORI REI PVBLICAE SPLENDI DIs[siMI m]v- 

nicipii Abthvngitanorvm. 

ABVEHO. -ERE. -To carry away V 2 
p. '»2 1 " ( Mediolanum) : sed vis nvlla bovm 

POTVIT NEQ_(VE) MACHINA MOl EM ABVEHERE. 

ABVNDANS. Part, as adj. ■ Abundant ■ . 
- rich *. XI 5283 (Hispellum): abvndan- 

TISSIMI MVNERIS SED ET PRAECIPVAE LAETI- 
TIAE THEATRALIS [eDIT]o[ri]; XI 6356, 

'>:'>."> 7 (Pisaurum): abvndantissimas ... 
largitionks; XIV 510(Ostia): stvdiaqve 
abvndantia vitae; III 352 = 7000 (Or- 
0i8tU8, 4 th ): ~QVarv[m] IBl abvndantem 



miv[i]ntiam; VIII 8809 (Maiiivtania 
Sitifensis) : aqva fontis ... abvndans; 

VIII 2732 (Lambaesis): [Mi) omnhws 
virtvtibvs abvndanii; Hull. Arch. Cr. 
(1902) }>. 8 (Rome, dipinto): indvlgentia 
abvnda[Jn]s. 

ABVNDANTIA. .Abundance" , «plent \ - . 
Edict. Dioclet., Introd. I 23: vt q_vi de- 

trimentvm svi existiment caeli ipsivs ThM- 
peramentis abvndantiam rebvs provenire; 
III 352 = 7000 (Orcistus, 4"'): aqva- 
rv[m i]bi abvndant[ia t]anta : X 1492 
(Neapolis) : liberalitatis abvndantia v m) 
vniversis exibvit (sic) ; V 6202 (Medio- 
lanum, 7) : OJ/AE IDEM V1XIT abvndantia 
saeclo ter denos AEVO. 

ABVNDE. B Abundantly - . VI 1783 
(Rome, 5 th ): nvnc si apvt (sic) vos ab- 

VNDE CAVSAS PIAETATIS (sic) ADSTRVXIMVS ; 

XIV 510 (Ostia) : ilie ego Demetrivs 
vero libratvs abvnde ; XI 1354 (Luna. 
255): satis abvndeq_(ve); III 781 (Tyra, 
Moesia Inf.): satis abvndeqvae (sic). 

ABVNDO, -ARE. a To abound». VI 
19007 (Rome): ne dolor avgescat sev 

MAEROR TRISTIS ABVNDET J III 352 = 7000 

(Orcistus, 4 th ): q_vibvs cvm omnibvs (sc. 
aquis) memoratvs locvs abvndare di- 

CATVR. 

AC. Conj. - And » . [Cf. ATQVE.] Esp. 
freq. in 4 fh -6 th centuries. 

Synopsis of arrangement. 

I. Forms and constructions. 

II. Use. (A) In copulative sense, connecting 
(a) two subst.; {b) two subst. with modifiers; 
(c) subst. and adj.; (d) two adj.; (e) two 
adverbs: (/") two verbs ; [a) clauses; (h) more 
than two nouns etc., and in connection with 
other copulatives. — (B) AC SI, «as if". 

I. Forms: hac, VI 1156 (Rome, 4 th ), 
III 5839 (Aug. Vindelicura), VII 1002 
lHabitancium, 3 d ), Eph. Epig. VIII 456 
(Liternum). For ac si: axi, III p. 900 
= p. 2005 (Gnathia, 298); acxi. Ill 
p. 1999 (Nicopolis, 299), p. 2000 (Pied- 
mont. 246); asi, III p. 2328' i5 (Sirmium, 
74) — Note qva ac (= quoad), Notiz. 
(1899) p. 149 = Dessau 5063 a (Bene- 
\ en turn) — Division a — c at end of line, 
VIII 12 (Leptis Magna, 4 ll, j — ac is very 



AC 



AC 



45 



freq. before consonants, except c (rarely), 
g, q_ (never in inscrr.); it is very rarely 
found before vowels and h ; exx. : ac aman- 
tissimae, V 1636 (Aquileia) ; ac obsse- 
q_ventissmae (sic), III 11022 (Brigetio) ; 
ac Hatria, IX 2101 (Ager Beneventanus). 

II. Use. (A) In copulative sense. 

(a) Connecting two subst. exx. : pace 
ac bello, VI 31378 (Rome, 4"'); opera 
ac beneficia, VI 1793 (Rome, 394); me- 
ritis ac beneficis (sic), VIII 1296 (Mem- 
bressa, 4 th ) — patriam ac cives. IX 334 
(Canusium); patriae ac civibvs, VIII 9290 
(Tipasa) ; filio ac college (sic), VIII 14 
(Leptis Magna); d(is) m(anibvs) liberorvm 
ac conivgibvs (sic), XII 1657 (Lncus 
Augusti) — avxsilivm (sic) ac decvs, I 
1008 (Rome, B. C); cvra ac dilige^n- 
tia], V 8139, 8140 (Pola) ; fidei ac dili- 
gentiae, IX 1913 (Beneventum); provi- 
sionvm ac DisposmoNVM, VI 1751 (Rome, 
378) — operibvs ac factis, V 532 (Ter- 
geste, 2 nd ) ; aeq_vitatis ac fidei, VI 
1729 (Rome, 364); innccentiam ac fi- 
dem, V 7375 (Dertona); comes ac frater, 
XII 1524 (Vocontii, 5 th ) — Aper ac Ha- 
tria, IX 2101 (ager Beneventanus) 
ivris ac legvm, VI 1722 (Rome 4 th ); 
conivgi ac liberis, VI 2139 (Rome, 3 d ); 
conivge ac liberis, VIII 9021 (Auzia) ; 
vxoRE ac liberis, VIII 20743 (ibid.); se- 
cvritatis ac LiBERTATis, VIII 7005 (Cirta, 

4 tl '). GENIO AC MAIESTATI, VI 254 

(Rome, 2 nd ); [par^entvm ac maiorvm, 
VIII 15880 (Sicca); sponsae ac marit(a)e, 
VIII 8496 (Sitifis, 3 d ); pater ac mater, 
VI 30108 (Rome), X 2752 (Puteoli), XI 
4188 (Interamna); patris ac matris, VI 
29609 (Rome); honorem ac memoriam, 
XIV 2795 (Gabii, 140); voto ac mente, 
III 5862 (Raetia); fides ac modestia, VI 
8619 (Rome); viris ac mvlieribvs, V 
7920 (Cemenelum) ; honorib(vs) ac mv- 
nerib(vs), XIV 352 (Ostia) ; rebvs ac 
mvneribvs, X 37(14 (Suessula) ; colonia- 

RVM AC MVNICIPIORVM, XIII 1668 1. 4 

(Ara Rom. et Aug.); praebitionem ac mv- 
nificentiam, V 7881 (Cemenelum) ; orna- 

NENTIS AC MVNIMENTIS, XI 951, 953 (P0" 
trucorii). VMBRAE AC NEMORA, VI 124 

(Rome); nepotibvs ac neptibvs, II 1963 
I 3 (Lex Salpensana, 81-84); diebvs ac 



noctibvs, VI 32327 (Rome, Comm. Lud. 
Saec, 204); decvs ac nomen, VIII 4681 
(Madaura) : honor ac nvmervs, III 6866 
(Tymandus) — senatvs hac (sic) patri(a)e, 

VII 1002 (Habitancium, 3 d ); morv(m) ac 
pie(tatis), VIII 4681 (Madaura); senatvs 
ac popvli, VI 1175 (Rome, 370); [nvm]ini 
ac providentiae, III 12036 (Gortyna) ; 

VIRTVTE AC PROVIDENTIA, VIII 608 (Ml- 

didi, 3 d -4 th ) — itvs ac reditvs, XI 4082 
(Ocriculum) ; cvram ac religionem, VI 
1001 (Rome, 143); deserta [a]c rventia, 
as subst., X 1401 (Herculaneum, 1 st ) — 
aedilis ac sac(erdos), VIII 1225= 14403 
(Vaga); castitatis ac sapientiae, V 4187 
(near Cremona) ; indvstriae ac sapientiae, 
X 5349 (Interamna Lirenas, 408); in- 
geniositatis ac sapientiae, VI 33929 
(Rome); ordinem ac seriem, VI 1698 
(Rome, 377); lvctv ac sollicitvdine, I 
1008 (Rome, B. C); pictvris ac statvis, 
VI 1179 (Rome, 4 th ) — modestiae ac 
temperan[tiae], XI 6035 (Pitinum Pisau- 
rense) ; lavd(ibvs) ac titvlis, VIII 4681 
(Madaura) — virtvte ac vigilantia, VIII 
9047 (Auzia, 260); moribvs ac vita, V 
6729 (Vercellae, f); ivssv ac vo[lvn]- 
tate, XI 1421 (Pisae, 1 st ). 

(b) Connecting two subst., with modi- 
fiers. Exx. pro q_viete procvrata Ital(iae) 

AC CONSERVATA LIBERTATE, VI 1200 (Rome, 
608) 1VSTIS SVFFRAGIIS AC DECRETO, VIII 

758 (Gales); cives ac defessvm ordinem, 

X 520 (Salernum); Ivppiter Optimvs Ma- 
ximvs ac Diws Avgvstvs, II 172 (Aritium 
Vetus, 37); rectori orbis ac domino, 111 
5810 (Aug. Vindelicum, 290); trivmpha- 

TORI OMNIVM GENT1VM AC DOMITORI VNI- 

versarv[m factionvm, VIII 7006 (Cirta, 

4 U '). PRAEDASQVE OMNES AC FAMILIAS. 

VIII 21486 (Zuccabar); fatvm grave ac 
finem vitae, I 1 008 = VI 25369 (Rome, 
B. C.) ; meos thalamos ac, fomite a[mo- 

RIS] NONDVM SVPPLETA, CVBILIA SANCTA Ll- 

qvisti, VI 12072 (Rome); pus avgg. ac 
fortissimis principibvs, VIII 2705 (Lam- 
baesis, 3 d ). — restitvtori pvblic(a)e sae- 

CVRITATIS (sic) AC LIBERTATIS CONSERVATOR!, 

XI 3310 (Forum Clodi, 254). — natalis 
dies ac memoria, XIV 2795 (Gabii, 140); 

CONIVGI OBSEQVENTISSIMAE AC MIRAE CASTI- 

tis feminae, VI 28888 (Rome) ; vindici 

LEGVM AC MODERATOR! IVSTITIAE IX, 703 



46 



\( 



AC 



mum Apuliini. \""< — 51 \c iairiam 

\ I 6387 i Pisaurum); praei ect(q)Li- 

-ricio \ 1 1 i l 808 l Theyeate, 

WO I 1VI ■ IKONO BENE me* 

1 1. \ 7:'. 15 (Thermae Himeraeae) ; in- 

I AN llS DVLCISSIMI AC PER. HOC ALVMNI CA- 

imi, \l 24836 (Rome) ; gener ac pia 
filia, Ml 2660 (Alba Helvorum); pios 

KIIVS AC Pl.hNAM SACRORVM ERGA DEOS AD- 
MI n istra itonem. VI 2138 (Rome, 3 d ); 

KhSl I I VFO[r|] PVBL1CAE LIBe[r]taTIS AC 
I'KOPAGATORI TOTIVS GENERIS HVMANI. VIII 

7004 (Cirta. 4"'); popvli Romani pariter 

ac provincialivm, VIII 7975 — - 19852 
(Rusicade, 4 th ); beneficia divina ac pv- 

BL1CAE FELICITATIS AFLVENTIAM. Ill p. 1929 

1. 24 {Edict. Dioclei.); fvndatori pacis 

AC PVBLICAE LIBERTATIS AVCTORI, VI 1132 

(Rome, 4 ,h ); pietatis eximiae ac pvdici- 
tiae singvlaris, IV 4029 (Sirmio) — gli- 

SCENTIS AVARITIAE AC RAPIDIS AESTVANTIS 

ardoribvs, III p. 1928 1. 9 {Edict. Dio- 
clei.); COIVGI {SIC) SANCTISSIMAE AC RARIS- 

sima[e] feminae, XI 28262 (Rome); in- 

STITVTORI NOVOR(vm) AC RENOVATORI OPK- 

rvm pvblicorvm, X 3857 (Capua); principi 

IVVENTVTIS AC RESTITVTORI LIBERTATIS, VIII 

1432 = 15267 (Thubursicum Bure, 4 ,il ); 

ORBIS AC ROMANAE REI, VI 1166 (Rome, 
355) MARITO DVLCISSIMO AC SIBI, IX 

5566 (Tolentinum, f); ob insignem eivs 

ERGA SE BENIVOLENTIAM {SIC') AC SINGVLA- 
REM ABSTINENTIAM, VI 1624 (RoUie 3 d ), 

XIV 17n (0stia,3 d ); conditori adqve (sw) 

AMPLIFICATORl TOTIVS ORBIS ROMANI SVI AC 
SINGVLARVM QVARVMQVE CIVITATVM STATVM 
ADQ_VE ORNATVM ... AVGENTI, VIII 1179 

(Utica. 4"'); conivge {ilia) ac svis omni- 
bvs, VIII 9255 (Rusguniae) ; invicto Av- 

G(VSTO) AC SVPER OMNES RETRO PRINCIPES 

fortissi.wo principi, VIII 2574-5 (Castra 
Lambaes., 3 d -4 th ) — clementissimo prin- 
(iii ac totivs or[bi]s Avg(vsto), VIII 
10609 = 14752 (Furni, 4"'); obseqven- 

TISSIMI ORDINIS AC TOTIVS EIVSDEM CIVITATIS 

popvli, VI 17(i9 (Rome, 342); matrem 

MEAM AC TVOS PARENTES. VI 1527 1. 32 

(Rome. Laud. Turiae, B. C.) — divinae 

INDOLI AC VENERANDAE PROSAPIAE. IX 11 ll) 

BClanum, 4"') gavdivm vniversorvm sin- 

GVLORVMQ_VE AC VOLVNTATEM, V 532 (Ter- 

geste, 2 nd ). 

{c) Conuectiug subst. and adj. Ex. 



CARISSIMAE AC RARISSIMI EXEMPLI, V 1 20692 

(Rome); tiro ac rvdis, X 1948 (l'uteoli); 

SORUENTIBVS AC RVINA. X 5349 ( I III 161 'II III Mil 

Lirenas, 408); ob merita patris ac sva, 

X L702 (Puteoli); sibi ac svis, X 3903 
(Capua); pro se ac svis, VII 704 (Vin- 
dolana). 

(d) Conuecting two Adj. Exx. dvl- 

CISSIMAE AC AMANTISSIMAE, V 103(5 (Aqili- 

leia) — fortissimo hac {sic) beatissimo. 
VI 1 156 (Rome. 4" 1 ) ; fortissimo ac baea- 
tissimo {sic), XIV 2075-6 (Lavinium, 3' 1 ) ; 
felicissimo ac beatissimo, VIII 8932 (Sal- 
dae, 4 th ) no[bili]]ssimis ac beatis[siJmis, 
IX 5967 (Oarsioli, 4°'); nobilissimo ac 
beatissimo, X 1246 (Nola. 4'"), IX 1561 
(Beneventum, 4 th ), III 1781 (Salonae,4 ,h ) ; 
sancto ac beatissimo, XI 276 (Ravenna,-}-); 
indvstrio ac [be]nivolo {sic), V 4870 
(Benacenses) ; clemens ac benignvs, XIII 
2477, 2478, 2484 (Ambarri); sanctissi- 

MAE AC BENIGNISSIMAE, VI 2140 (liOllie, 3' 1 ), 

XI 831 (Mutina) — innocens ac clemens, 
II 1972 (Malaca, 4 th ); pussimae ac cle- 
mentissimae, X 1483 (Neapolis, 4"') — 
tertivs ac decimvs, X 2752 (Puteoli); 

TAETRA AC DEFORMI, VIII 1412 = 15204 

(Thignica) ; dvlcissimae ac desiderantis- 
simae, VI 35599 (Rome); optimo ac dignis- 
simo, XI 5697 (Tuficum, 2 11 ' 1 ); servandae 
ac docendae, VI 1755 (Rome, 395); [f]e- 
licissimi ac doctissimi, VI 1710 (Rome, 

5 th ); INCOMPARABILI AC DVLCI, VI 28896 

(Rome); car(issimo) ac dvlcissimo, VIII 
5532 (Thibilis); sanctissim(a)e ac dvl- 
cissim(a)e, X 648 (Salernum) — pio ac 
felici. V 8056 (near Mediolanium, 4 th ); 
piissimo ac felicissimo, V 3331 (Verona); 
consciam ac fidam, VI 1779 (Rome, 4 ,h ); 
forti ac fidelissimo, VIII 8270 (Numi- 
dia) ; probissimo ac fidelissimo, IX 2010 
(Beneventum) ; q_vietissimae ac fidelis- 
simae, VI 13913 (Rome); salvis ac flo- 
rentibvs, VI 1703 (Rome, 5 th ), fortis- 
simo AC FLORENTISSIMO, VI 1119 (Rome, 

293); nob(ilissimo) ac florentissimo, 
VIII 2720 (Lambaesis, 4 th ) ; beatissi- 

MORVM AC FLORENTISSIMORVM, VI 1134 

(Rome, 4 th ); nobilissimorvm ac floren- 
tissimorvm, VIII 7011 (Cirta, 4 1 ' 1 ); svmmo 
ac formonso {sic), II 6278 1. 35 (S. C. 
Italic, 2 nd ) ; felicissimo ac fortissimo, 
VIII 8475 (Sititis, 4 th ); nobilissimo ac 



AC 



AC 



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fortissimo, VI 1157, 1168 (Rome, 4 th ); 
perpetvo ac fortissimo, VIII 2573 (Ca- 
stra Lambaes., 4 th ); piissimo ac fortis- 
simo, VI 1132 (Home, 4 th ), V 2818 (Pa- 
tavinm). VIII 2573 (Castra Lambaes., 

4 th ) ■ CARISSIME AC IVCVNDISSIME (VOC.), 

III 532 (Orcistus, 4 th ); optimvs ac ivstis- 
simvs, VI 93 (Rome); optimo ac ivstis- 
simo, XI 3872 (Capena, 1 st ); nobili pa- 
riter ac ivsto, IX 1591 ( Beneventuin). — 

FIDELISSIMO AC KARISSIMO (sic), VIII 5528 

(Tliihilis, 3 (1 ). ■ — ■ [G]raecis ac • Latinis, 
IX 2340 (Allifae). — cariss(imae) ac 
merent(issimae), V 7882 (Cemenelum); 

PLVRIMOS AC MAXSIMOS (sic), XI 1420 

(Pisae, 1 st ) ; bellicosissimis ac maxsi- 
mis (sic), XI 1421 (ibid.). — impivm ac 
nefarivm, XI 5998 (Sestinum); diserto 
ac nobili, VI 1679 (Rome, 4 th ) ; optimo 
ac nobilissimo, XI 4382 (Ameria). — 

AMANTISSIMAE AC OBSSEQ_VENTISSlMAE (sic), 

III 1 1022 (Brigetio). — cadvca ac parva, 
VI 1779 (Rome, 4 th ); maximi ac perennes, 
VI 1176 (Rome, 4 th ); invictvs ac perpe- 
tvvs, X 6956 (Campania, 4 th ); invicti 
ac perpetvi, X 6952 (Nola, 4 th ) ; invicto 
ac perpetvo, X 6816 (near Rome, 4 th ); 
nobilis ac perpetvvs, XII 5504 a (near 
Valentia) ; victoris ac perpetvi, III 10170 
(Dalmatia, 4 th ); carissimae ac pientissi- 
mae, VI 2976 (Rome); dvl(cissimae) ac 
pientissimae, V 6015 (Mediolanium) ; dvl- 
cissimis ac pientissimis, IX 3341 (Ater- 
uura) ; infelicissimi ac pientissim(i), IX 
2228 (Telesia); optimo ac pientissimo, 
III 14179 (Patara, 2 Ild -3 d ); [c]lementis- 
simo ac piissimo, III 14191 2 (Doeimum, 
3 d ); dvlcissim(a)e ac piissim(a)e, X 8101 
(Atina) ; fortissimo ac piissimo, IX 1115 
(Aeclannm), III 12050 (Egypt, 4 th ) ; op- 
timo ac piissimo, VI 1009 (Rome, 2 nd ), 
IX 23 (Rudiae), 3573 (Pagns Pificulanus), 
3609 (Aveia); perpetvo ac piissimo, X 
677 (Snrrentum, 4 th ) ; rarissim[ae] ac pits- 
simae, III 3355(Stnhlweissenburg);sACRA- 
tissimae ac piissimae, III 13661 (Apamea 
Cibotns. 3 d ); sanctae ac piis(s)imae, V 
7116 (Taurini); sanctissimae ac piissimae, 
VI 2135, 32418 (Rome, 3 d ) ; maximvm ac 
practi[c]vm, VIII 15880 (Sicca); singv- 
lari ac praecipvo, VIII 7013 (Cirta, 4 th ); 
strenvo ac praedicabili, X 7234 (Lily- 
baenm) ; dignissimae ac praestantissimae, 



VI 32418 (Rome, 3 d ); solvs ac p[rimvs], 
XIV 353 (Ostia); salvis ac propitiis, 
VIII 1296 (Membressa, 4 th ); amantissima 
ac providentissima, XI II 2774 (Augusto- 
dunum); eximia ac [prJvdentissima, V 532 
(Tergeste, 2 nd ); Romana ac pvblica, XI 
319 (Ravenna, f); pvram ac pvdicam, VI 
1779 (Rome, 4 th ). — kar[is]simo (sic) ac 
rarissimo, VIII 4379 (Seriaua) ; sanctis- 
simae ac religiosissimae, VI 32416, 32417 
(Rome, 257); optimo ac reverentis:imo, 
VI 2188 (Rome) — egregias ac salvta- 
res, VI 1741 (Rome, 4 th ); fortissimi ac 
sanctissimi, VIII 5699 (Signs, 197); op- 
timvs ac sanctissimvs, II 5232 (Collippo, 
167); piissimo ac sanctissimo, X 449 
(Paestum); carissimvs ac severissimvs, II 
1282 (Salpensa, 147); ivstissimvm ac si- 
millimvm, XI 1421 (Pisae, 1 st ); eximio 
ac singvlari, VIII 7012 (Cirta, 4 th ); de- 
sertvm ac spoliatvm, VI 21521 (Rome) ; 
pivs ac strenvvs, XII 3312 (Nemausus) — 
tantos ac tales, VI 1761 (Rome, 5"'); 
piissimo ac trivmphali, VI 1199 (Rome, 
565) ; felici ac trivmphatori (as adj.), 
VI 1141 (Rome, 334), VIII 12 (Leptis 
Magna, 4 th ); felices ac trivmphatores, 
VI 1178 (Rome, 4"'); felicibvs ac trivm- 
phatoribvs, IX 5946 (Lieate, 4 1 "). 5952 
(Ascnlnm, 4 th ), 5956 (Rocca di Corno, 4 th ), 
5957 (Lavarete, 4"'); invicto ac trivm- 
fatori (sic), IX 6043 (Corato, 4 th ).; [no]- 
bilivm ac trivmfat[orvm] (s/<?), VIII 7004 
(Cirta, 4"'); perpe[t]v[is] ac trivmfato- 
ribvs (sic), III 213 = 6730 (Amida, 4 tl1 ); 
victor ac trivmphator, very freq. every- 
where in inscrr. of Constantine, his sons, 
Jnlianus, and later emperors. [N. b. The 
words victor and triumphalor are treated 
as adj.] — divo ac venerabili, VI 1151 
(Rome, 4 fh ); piissimae ac venerabili, X 
677 (Surrentum, 4 th ), 1484 (Neapolis, 4 th ) ; 
s(an)c(t)i ac vener(abilis), III 14623 
(Dalmatia, 462); pvlchra (sic) ac vene- 
randa, VI 19007 (Rome); piissimi ac 
victoris, X 517 (Salernnm, 4"'); piissimo 
ac victoriosissimo, VIII 18262 (Civitas 
Lambaes., 4 th ) ; nobilissimvs ac victorio- 
sissimvs, XI 4781 (Spoletium, 4"'); vivo 
ac volenti, VI 9797 (Rome, 12(5). 
(d) Connecting two adj. with modifiers. 

EXX. VOLVNTATE SINCERVS AC BENIGNITATE 

praecipws, V 6725 (Vercellae, f ) ; indi- 






AC 



AC 



M AC CRV(DEl-H'KR) A DB(o) SVBI.ATVM, 

V I SI 770 i Etouie) ; optimae m 

MERITAh \ I B922 (B 6, 1): OPTIMA AC 

nt se MERirA, II 568 (Emerita); indvl- 

I riSSIMO AC OE SE BENEMERENTI. VI 

19581 (Borne); pientissimae ac dese bene 
meritae, X 2187 (Pateoli); pientissimae 

AC DE SE BENE Ml KIN I I. VIII 3664 (Laill- 

baesis) ; piissimo ac de se bene merente, 
VIII 3881, 3995 (ibid.); dvlcissimo erga 
se ac pientissimo, X 612 (Salernum) ; 

tMANTISSIMO SVI AC PRAESTANTISSIMO, X 

5919 (Anagnia); insignis exempli ac pv- 
dicitiae, VI 19128 (Koine): invicto ac 
semper avg(vsto), VIII 7005 (Cirta, 4 th ) ; 

DVLCISSIMO AC SVPER CETEROS KAROS (sic) 

mihi piissimo, X 3(>4!) (Puteoli); fortis- 

SIMVS AC SVPER OMNES FELICISSIMVS, X 5909 

(Anagnia, 207); beatissimo ac svpra omnes 
retro principes pii-siMo. Ill 5320 (Salva, 
4"'); sanctissim(ae) AC SVPER omnes retro 
maximas religiosissimae, VI 2137 (Rome, 

286); TANTAE AC TAM INPROVISAE (sic), XI 

1421 (Pisae, 1 st ); salvis ac toto orbe 
vintibvs (sic for vincenlibus), VIII 27 
= 11025 (Gigthis. 4 th ): karissimo (sic) 
ac vere in se piissimo, IX 552 (Venusia). 

(e) Connecting two adverbs. 
Semper ac feliciter, XIII 3255 (Renii. 

4"'); bene ac fideliter, X 1795 (Puteoli) ; 

FIDELITER AC LIBERALITER, V 5304 (CO- 

mum) ; integre ac liberaliter. V 5305 
(Coumm) ; semper ac merito. Ill 795 
(Dacia, 213), privatim ac pvblice, VI 
1683 (Home, 334). 

(f) Connecting two verbs. 
Probocati'(,<?/£) ac devinti (sic).X 1251 

(Nola); posvit ac dedicavit, VII 995 
(Habitancium) ; imposvit ac dedicavit, VI 
1200 (Koine. ii<)8); consecravit ac dedi- 
cavit. X 3867 (Capua) ; cvrante hac (sic) 
dedican[te], Eph. Epig. VIII 456 (Uter- 
inum; disponenti (sic for abl.) ac dedi- 
cante, VIII 471.7 = 18701 (Xumidia); 
tvti ac DEFtNsi esse, IX 3429 (Peltui- 
Dum, 242 1 : disposvit ac fieri ivssit, VI 
1 130 I Rome, -1'' ): aspicere ac fobere (sic), 
X 478 (Paestnm, 344); ob barbaros ce- 
sos (sic) ac fvsos. VIII 20827 (Kapidum, 
2">4) : saxso (stc) saeptvm ac marmori (sic) 
CIRCVM STIPATVM, I 1012 = VI 14338 
(Korne. B. C); asta ac pellege, I 1007 
= VI 15346 (ibid.); defendit ac protegit, 



VI 31378 (Borne, :i') ; cvrante ac perfi- 
ciente, IX ■ '>■'>■> (Cairasinm) ; cvrante ac 

PROPRIO SVMPTV PERFICIENTE, VIII 20156 
(Cuicul, 4"'); COEPTAS AC PERAC I \S, XIII 
■ -'> ( Kemi. I" 1 ) ; respicis ac reparas. VIII 
L0946 = 21497 (Tigava); mvnivit ac 
restitvit, V 7989 (Aqnileia. 3 d ); fecit 
ac restitvit, VI L252 (Rome, 46); restav- 
ravit ac reddidit, XII 4355 (Naibo) ; 
instantibvs ac svpplicantib(vs), VIII 
10570 (Saltua Burunitauus); cvrante ac 

SVA PEcfvN^IA, PERFICIENTE. VIII 7015 

(Cirta, 4 th ); comedo ac tadro (i. e. com- 
mendo ac t ratio), X 8249 (Minturnae, a 
devolio). 

(g) Connecting clauses. 
Eniteat ac ... sint, VIII 15880 (Sicca); 
PROPRIA svnt tva ac ^Q_y° RVM pavci in] 
si m ilia incidervnt, VI 1527 1. 34 (Koine. 
Laudatio Turiae, B. C); evm agere vt 
..., AC ... concvpivisse vt ..., V 532 
(Tergeste. 2 nd ); habeat adevndi ... pote- 

STATEM. AC MANIFESTIS INDICIIS . . . EDAT, 

V 2781 (Patavium, 4 th ); vt . . . [profes- 

SIO] . . . [COMPRIMATV^JR AC . . . EXEMPI.VM 

ceteris praestet, V 2781 (Patavium, 4"'); 

VT SPIRENT CAVTES AC TEMPORA PRISCA SA- 

lvtent, III 77 (Talrais, 134); in templa 

DVCIS AC FAMVLAM divis DICAS, VI 1779 

Rome, 4"'); [merces q_vae] de portv eivs 

VENIVNT AC NE^GOTIANDI CAVSA . . . TVAE 

proin]de svblimitatis PROFICIVNT, III 448 
(Mylasa, 4"'?); emissvmqJve) arcv dvm 

PENDET IN AERE TELVM AC RED1T, III 3676 

(Pannonia Inf.); hev simvl hic nata et 

GENETRIX FVNC !'AEQ_(VE) SITAEQ_(ve) AC TRIS 

pro mvltis orbant, III 4346 (Biigetio) ; 

SERTA QVOD ET TVMVLVM FLORIDA SAEPE 
LIGANT. AC TERETES ONYCHES FVSI GRACI- 
LESQ_VE ALABASTRI. DISPOSITVM AC POMVM, 

X 5469 (Aqninnm) ; [q_]vaeqve ... [lo- 

CATA SvJnT, ... AC NE LOCENTVR [^SANCI- 

tvm est], I 204 1. 21 (Lex Anion, de 
Termess., ca. 71 B. C); ver tibi contri- 

BVAT, . . . ET TIBI . . . NVTET AESTIVA VO- 
LVPTAS, REDDAT ET AVTVMNVS . . . AC leve 
HIBERNI TEMPVS . . . DICETVR, XI 6505 (SaS- 

sina) ; in cvriam nostram admit[te]ren- 

TVR AC PER HOC CIVITATEM ROMANAM AP1- 

scerentvr, V 532 (Tergeste. 2 1 " 1 ); memet 

SVPERI MERSERE SVB AVLAS AC TVMVLO CLV- 

sere gravi. V 6128 (Mediolanium) — Note 
elliptical use of ac : maritvs eivs ac de 



AC 



AC 



49 



SE BENE MERITA FECIT, VIII 3508 (Lam- 

baesis) ; dis manibvs (ill/ us) (ille) pater, etc. 

...AC POSTERIS SVIS ET LIBERTIS LIBERTABVS- 

qve, VI 12772 (Rome); svpervixit horis 

QVATTVOR ... AC DEFVNCTA [eStJ. X 71] 2 

(Catiua); sic sibi volvit ac meriti(s) svis 
fvnvs ornari, VI 319(35 (Rome); macten- 

TVR, ... ADOLEANTVR, ... FVNDANTVR. AC 

tvm demvm ..., XI 1420 (Pisae, 1 st ); 

VITEA Q_VOT LONGIS SVNT TECTA EXCEPTA 
COLVMNIS AC DOC1LI LIBRA TERETEM QVOT 
FLEXVS IN ARCVM EST, VIII 21081 (CaO- 

sarea). Note, at beginning of sentence: ac 
velvti Formosa rosast (sic) etc., VI 22377 
(Rome). 

(h) Between more than two nouns, etc., 
and in connection with other copula- 
tives. 

AC AC : PRETIA SVMMA AC 

media ac postrema, II 6278 1. 49 (S. C 
Italicense, 2 nd ); maximo a[c] victori ac 
trivmpatori (sic), VIII 10190 (Numi- 
dia, 4 th ). 

— , — AC — : IVVENTVTIS, SENATVS AC 

patriae, VIII 17S84 (Thamugadi, 4 tu ) ; 

SANCT1SSIMAE, RELIGIOSISSIMAE AC SVPER OM- 

nes piissimae, VI 32420 (Rome, 3 d ); for- 

TISS(lMl), FELICISS(lMl) AC SANCTISSIMI, VIII 

6340 (Uzelis, 201); castrorvm, senatvs 
ac patriae, VI 1098 (Rome, 3 d ), V 857 
(Aquileia, 3 d ), VIII 2384 (Thamugadi, 3 d ), 
II 2661, 2664 (Legio VII, 3 d ); mvros, 
portas ac tvrres, VI 1188-1190 (Rouie, 

5 th ) ; VICTORIS, TRIVMFATORIS (sic) AC SEM- 
PER avgvsti, III 477 (Smyrna, 4 th ); pus, 
felicibvs ac TRi vm[fa]toribvs, XI 6630 
(Arcevia, 4 th ). 

AC ET : AMANTISSIMAE AC KA- 

RISSIMAE (SIC) ET DVLCISSIMAE, VIII 9162 

(Auzia); victor ac trivmfator (sic) sem- 
per et vbiqve victor. III 13620 (Hiero- 

poliS, 4 th ); EMIT AC VINDICAVIT ET METV 
PERICVLORVM ... LIBERAVIT, XI 4639 (Tu- 

der) ; nobilissimo ac fortissimo et feli- 
cissimo. II 4107, 4108 (Tarraco, 4 th ); ex 

PRAEPOS(ITVS) SACRI PaLATII AC PATRICIVS 

et exarchvs, VI 1200 (Rome, 608); coniv- 

GIB(VS) AC LIBERIS ET PRINCIPIBVS AVT RE- 

gibvs, XIV 3608 (Tibur, 1 st ); invictissimi 

AC RESTITVTORES ET PROPAGATORES, VIII 

2572 (Castra Lambaes., 3 d -4 th ); ivcvndis- 

SIMO AC PIO ET AB OMNES (sic) AMANTISSIMO, 

VI 11005 (Rome). 

Thes. linguae lat. epigr. 



— ET — AC — : dd. (= decuriones) 
e(t) princi[p]ales AC cives, VIII 8480 
(Sitiris. 4 th ); dvlcissime (sic) et castissi- 
mae ac rarissimae. VI 29580 (Ro.ne); 

OMNIA VICTOR ET VBIQVE TRIVMFATOR (sic) 
TERRAE ETIAM AC MARIA VICTOR, III 18620 

(HieropoLis, 4 th ); invictissimi et venera- 
biles ac perpetvi, HI 19 = 6587 (Ale- 
xaiidrea. 4 th ); magno et invicto ac svper 
om^mes J fortissimo, VI 1097 (Rome, 244); 

MAGNO ET INVICTO AC SVPER OMNES RETRO 

principes fortissimo, VI 1125 (Rome, 3 d ) ; 
[fortissi]mis ac piis[sim]is AC PACATORI- 
bvs, VIII 7003 (Cirta, 2 nd -3 d ); sanctis- 

SIMAE ET PIISSIMAE AC SVPER OMNES RETRO 

religiosissimae, VI 2134 (Rome, 247); 

MAGNO [e]t INVICTO AC FORTISSIMO, X 

5826 (Ferentinam, 213). 

— AC — ATQVE — : civitatibvs sin- 

GVLIS AC POPVLIS ADQVE (sic) PROVINCIIS, 

III p. 1930 1. 24 (Edict. DiocleL). 

— ATQVE — AC — : karissimae ad- 

q_(ve) (sic) INCOMPARABILI AC BENE de se 

meritae, VI 16472 (Rome); felicissimvs 

ADQVE (sic) INVICTISSIMVS AC SVPER OMNES 

[Jre]tr[o]] [p]rincipes indvlgentissimvs, 
VIII 10304, 10308 (Cirta, 3 d ). 

QVE AC — : dvlcissimo karis- 

simoqve ac piissimo, VI 26636 (Rome); 

FORTISSIMO INCLITOQVE AC SVPER OMNES 

felicissimo, V 7780 (Albingaunium, 214); 

PARENTIBVS CONIVGIBVSQVE AC LIBERIS, II 

1963, I 1 {Lex Malacit.); ver[o Go- 

THl]C0 VEROQ_VE GERMANICO AC VICTORIA- 
RVM OMNIVM NOMINIBVS INLVSTRI, II 3738 

(Valentia, 280); ob rarissimam praeci- 

PVAV\QVE AC MVNIFICAM ... ADFECTIONEM, 

X 4861 (Venafrum); teretes onyches fvsi 

GRACILES'QVE ALABASTRI DISPOSITVM AC PO- 

mvm, X 5469 (Aquinum) ; 

— AC — — QVE: victores maximi 

AC TRIVMPHATORES SEMPERQV'E AVGVSTI, III 

10596 (Salva, 4 th ). 

— ET — ET — AC — : Avg(vsti) et 

CASTROr(vm) ET SENATVS AC PATRIAE. X 

5826 (Ferentinum, 215), VIII 4196, 4197 
(Verecunda, 212), VIII 10253, 10263 
(Lambaesis, 3 d ). 

— ET — , — AC — : praefecto Vrbi 

ET ITERVM PRAEF(ECTO) Vrb(i), [pRO]co(n)- 
s(VLl) AFRICAE, AC TERTIO SACRAr(vm), CO- 

gnitionvm ivdici, VI 1740. 1742 (Rome, 
4 th ); PER PROVINCIAS Proconsvlarem ET 

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AC 



ACCE 



Nvmidiam.Byzacivm acTripolim.VI 1690 
1691 (Rome. I th ). 

— AC — ET QVE : optimo ac 

PIISSIMO ET INDVLC-.I N1ISSIMO PRAESTANTIS- 

stMoqyE, VI 2 .'l I.) (Khiip 

— ET — AC QVE: magno et 

1NVICTO AC SVPER OMNIS IRINCIPES FORTIS- 
SIMO felicissimoqve, \' I 81338a (Home, 

.'i' 1 ); SANCTISSIMXE bT PIISS1WAE AC SVPER 
OMNES RETRO RELIGIOSISSIMAE, PVRISSIMAE 

castissimaeqve, VI 32419 (Rome, 3 d ). 
— i — AC — , — QVE: castrorvm, 

SENATVS AC PAT1IAE TOTIVSQ_VE DOMVS, VI 

21U8 (Borne, Anal. 2:31). 

—i — , — QVE AC — ET — : frvges, 

FLORES ANIMALlAQJ/E AC MARIA ET TERRAE, 

I p. 316 = P p. 235 (Fasti Praene- 
stiiii). 

II. AC SI or ACSI «As if». I 205 

II 47 (Lex Rubria, ca. 49 B. C): ita 
... ac sei is ... confessvs esset; X 4760 
(Suessa, 193): commodisqve pvblicis ac 
si decvrio frveretvr; III 754 = 7436 
(Nicopolis): vellet qvod vellem, nollet 

QVOQVE AC SI EGO NOLLEM ; XI 3805 

(Veii, 26): aeqve ac si eo honore vsvs 
sit; II 1964 (Lex Malacit.) LI: perinde 
ac si ... profectio facta esset ; ib. LV: 

PERINDE ... AC SI IN SVA QVISQJ/E CVRIA 

svffragivm tvlisset; VI 930 (Rome, 1 st ): 

AC SI E LEGE SENATVS EDICTVS ESSET 

Especially in the formulaic privilegia 
veleranorum : proinde ac si ex dvobvs 
civibvs Romanis natos, III 2328 G5 (Sir- 
mium. 74), where asi ; III p. 853 (Tomi 
76); III p. 889 (Teate, 2 nd ); IX 2995 
(Anianum. 2 nd ); V 4055 = III p. 890 
(Mantua. 208) ; XI 628 = III p. 891 (Fa- 
veatia. 216); III p. 1999 (Nicopolis, 226) ; 
XIII 1791 = III p. 895 (Lugudunum, 
243); 111 p. 200 = Pais 941 (Piedmont, 
246). where ACXI ; V 4056 = II I p. 897 
(Mantua, 248); III p. 2004 (Industria, 
254); III p. ooo = p. 2005 (Gnathia, 
298), where [A]XI. 



ACATAPARA. Name of a vicus in 
Thrace. See AGATAPARA. 

[ACC — See also ADC — ]. 

ACCA Larentina (sic). The tradi- 
tional nurse of Romulus and Remus. I 
p. 319 « I* p. 238 (Fasti Praeneslini, 



Dec. 23' 1 ): Accae Larentin[ae parentali/ 
fivnt. ] Hanc ai ii Remi et RoVvli nv- 

TKICIM, ALII J MbRETRICEM HerCVLIS SCOR- 
TVM | FVISSE DICJVNT. 

ACCEDO, ERE. (A) ■ To draw neai 
to, approach, go to ». (B) « To accede 
to». (C) «To he added to». [Form 
acedere, VI 1041 1J— (A) Absolutely. 
IX 984 (Compsa) : nvmq_vajyi vlli liceat 
accedere; Jhm, Damasi Epigram. 103 
(Rome, f): hvc accede. With ace. : IX 
60 (Brundisium) : accessi terras com- 
plvres; III 9527 (Salonae, 6 th ): tvmo- 

LVM (SIC) MENTE FIDELI DEFVNCTVS ACCES- 

sit. — With dat.: VI 10764 (Rome): 
accessit astris j Jhm, Damasi Epigram. 
11 (Rome, f): accessit svmmo sancta ca- 
terva Deo; Bramb. 1243 (Hassia Cisrhe- 
nana): bis denis mihi mors annis accessit 
iniqva. — With AD : X 3704 (Cumae) : 

AD HONORED Q_VOOJ/E DVVMVIRATVS AD CV- 
MVLANDA MVNERA PATRIAE SVAE LIBENTER 

accessit; V 2781 (Patavium) and III 
12043 (Lyttus, 4 th ): ad accvsationem ac- 
cessisse; III 12044 = 13569 (Lyttus, 
4*): ad [. . ,]t[i]onem accesserint; III 
p. 925, 927 (Dacia, 167): (ilium) non 
accessisse ad Albvrnvm neq_(ve) in col- 
legio; VIII 1557 (Agbia): ad cvivs se- 
cta/w nvnqvam accedi potest j Bull. Arch. 
Cr. (1904) p. 81 (Rome, f): [acce]dens 
ad sanctorvm locvm. — (B) XI 3614 
(Caere, 2 nd ): accedo itaq_(ve) sententiae 
vestrae; XI 5265 (Hispellum, 4 th ): fa- 
cilis accessit noster adsensvs ; VIII 5367 
(Calama): accedente avctoritate pro- 
consvlvm. — (C) VI 10239 ( Rome, 1 st ) : 
q_vae postea iis accesservnt; VI 10411 
(Rome): evi loco religioso acedere (sic) 
VOLO OMNE aedificivm adiacens ; V 3849 
(Verona): hvivs monvment(i) emptioni 
accessit iter etc.; Ill 352 £ = 7000 
(Orcistus, 4 th ) : q_vibvs omnibvs qvasi qvi- 

DAM CVMVLVS ACCEDIT ; XI H 3162 (VidU- 

casses) : nisi accedit q_vod .... 

ACCEICVM gens. (gen. case). A tribe 
of Hispania Tarraconensis. II 865 (Mi- 
robriga). 

ACCELERO, -ARE ■ To hasten ». Le 
Blant 333 (Suessiones, 6 th ): accelerante 
die sors inimica tvlit (sc. eum). 

ACCENDO, -ERE. . To light » (of 
lamps, candles etc.) IV 1941 (Pompeii, 



ACCE 



ACCE 



51 



graffito) '■ tv qvi lvcernam cogitas ac- 
cendere; VI 2036 (Rome, Arval, 155): 
[la]mpadibvs accensis; III 12013 (Kla- 
gen furt, a vase, 1 st ): accensvst ; dvm lv- 
cet bibamvs, sodales; VIII 9052 (Auzia): 
cer(eos) ii accendat; Cai - m. Lat. 700 
(Vienna, 518): accenso olivo. In meta- 
phorical sense, Hiibn. Hisp. 218 (Cor- 
duba, 868?): accensit animos magno 
fvlgore virorvm; ibid. 379 (Bracara): 

ACCENSO DIVINI SPIRITVS IGNE. 

ACCEN3VS (ADCENSVS), as subst. 
■ Attendant » , « assistant » , « subordi- 
nate » , as official function, 

[Forms: adcensvs, VI 1965 (Rome), 

V 3120 (Vicetia), IX 5823, 5833 (Auii- 
mum, 2 nd ) — ad ■ censvs, X 3865 (Ca- 
pua) — acces(vs), VI 1963 (Rome) — 
axxr t aoa> dat, III 13682 (Tralles) — Ax- 
xrjvaov ace, III 6078 == 12254 (Ephe- 
sus) — Regular abbreviation, accens. The 
amplification praef. c. a. v., VI 9219 
(Rome), as praef(ectus) c(eaturiae) a(c- 
ceasorum) v(elalorum) is most doubtful. 
Earliest instances, II 5439 LXII (Lex 
Ursoneasis, B. C. 44) : lictores ... ac- 
censos ... scribas ... viatores, and X 
6104 (Formiae, B. C). 

(A) Accensvs simply, as subordinate of 
magistrate etc. VI 1963 (Rome), 1964 
(ibid., 1 st ), 1965, 1966 (Rome); XIV 
2263 (ager Albanus) ; X 3877 (Capua, 1 st ), 
5185 (Casinum). 6104 (Formiae. B. C); 
XI 3245 (Sutrium); II 5439 LXII (Lex 
Ursoneasis, B. C. 44), 5931 (Carthago 
Nova, 1 st ); III 13682 (Tralles). 

(B) Accensvs delatvs (sc. ad aera- 
rium). Subordinates especially assigned 
to the State Treasury by imperial order. 

VI 1962 (Rome, 1 st ): accenso delat(o) 
a divo Vespasiano; VI 8409 (ibid.) ac- 
censo delat(o) ab Avg(vsto). 

(C) Accensvs of emperor or magistrate, 
not specified as patrouus. (Cf. below § D). 
VI 1934 (Rome, 1 st ): accens(vs) ... Cae- 
saris; VI 1933 (Rjme), V 883 (Aquileia), 
3120 (Vicetia): accensvs cos.; X 531 
(Salernum), 1889 (Puteoli): accensvs con- 
svli ; X 7552 (Carales): accensvs consv- 
lvm; X 6104 (Formiae, B. C): accensvs 
T. Sexti imp(eratoris) in Africa. 

(D) Subordinate of patronus. so speci- 
fied. VI 1887 (Rome, 1 st ); XIV 2298 



(ager Albanus); IX 5823. 5833 (Auxi- 
mum, 2 nd ): — patroni; XIV 3644 (Ti- 
bur, 1 st ): — divi C.avdii et Neronis 
Avg(vsti) patronorvm; VI 1960 (Rome), 
V8142 (Pola): — patronorvm; VI 1961 
(Rome), II 4536-4543, 6148, 6149 (Bar- 
cino): — patrono ; V 44 (Pola): — [pa- 
trono]; X 6573 (Velitrae): — patro[..]; 
V 3354 (Verona): — a patrono. 

(E) Accensvs velatvs, a subordinate 
position of weight, held even by equites, 
though often by Uberti; in Rome and the 
municipia. VI 1607, 1859, 1969-1975 
(Rome); VI 32314 (Rome):T. Velatmvs 
accensorvm velatorvm l(ibertvs) Gany- 
medes; XIV 2793. 2812 (Gabii); XIV 
4012 (Ficulea): accensvs velatvs i.mmv- 
nis; XI 1230 (Placentia). 1848 (Arre- 
tium). 4664 (Tuder) ; X 3865 (Capua), 
6094 (Formiae); III 6078 = 12254 
(Ephesus) : accenso velat(o) and axxrjv- 
Cor ov^Xca or. 

ACCEPT ATOR. Apparently, «■ entrance 
way » . XIV 16 (Ostia. 2 nd ) : Hercvli nv- 

MINI SANCTO CVM BASI MARMORATA, ACCE- 
PTATORIBVS ET TERRARIS {sic) {Hie) s(va) 

p(ecvnia) d(ono) d(edit). 

ACCEPTIO. The «receiving» of rank 
in the Mithraic cult. VI 751 (Rome, 
376): anno tricensimo acceptionis svae. 

ACCEPTO. -ARE. « To receive », 
« take » . XIV 3593 (Tibur, 3 d ) : ad [cen- 
svs] accept(andos). 

ACCEPTOR. « Receiver ». [Form 
aceptor, VI 9212.] VI 32328 (Rome, 
Comm. Lud. Saec, 204): acceptor sis. 
(Cf. below s. v. acceptrix.) — In the 
imperial service: VI 5181 (Rome, 1 st ): 
(illius) acceptoris a svbscriptionibvs. a 
receiver of petitions. VI 5 182 (Rome. 1 st ): 
acc(epto;ie) [illo). In the public grain 
service at Ostia. XIV 154 (Ostia): cor- 

PVS MESORVW {SIC) FRVMENT(aRIORV.w) 
ADIVTORVM ET ACCEPTOS.VM OsT(lENSIVM ) ; 

XIV 2 (Ostia, 97): (Me) q_(vin)q_(ven- 
nalis) ii acceptorv.w; XIV 150 (Ostia): 
acceptores — Perliaps referring to the 
jewelry-trade, VI 9212 (Rome): (die) de 
Sacra Via avri aceptor (sic). — As name 
of race-horses, VI 10050, 10056 (Rome, 
2 nd ). 

ACCEPTRIX. «Receiver», fern. (cf. 
above s. v. acceptor.) VI 32323 (Rome, 






ACCE 



ACCI 



. Lud. Sage , B. C. 17) 1. 97: sa- 
ckifici acceptrcbs. (Cf. \ I 82828.3. 46: 

SACRIFICI [aCCEPTRICEs]). 

ACCEPTVS. Part, as adj., with dat 
- Welcome - . - acceptable - . - pleasing - . 
[Form aciptvs, XI 3078 (Falerii)]. VI 
29609 (Rome): accepta et cara sveis; 
XI 3078 i Falerii. early); gonlegivm {sic) 

QVOD EST ACIPTVM (sic) AETATEI AGe(n)- 

d(ai); VI 9150 (Rome): dvlcis omnibvs 
svis et amicis acceptvs; VI 7;Hti (K<une): 
ACCEPTVSQJ/E nimis mvltis magnifico in- 

genio; V i' s 7.i i A I pis Poenina): vota 

SVSCEPTA PEREGI, ACCEPTA VT TIBI SINTJ 

VIII 12159 (Prov. Byzac): acceptvs pa- 
triae; XI 277 (Ravenna, f): [acc]epta 
tibi sit ora[t]io servi tvi ; Rossi II p. 65 
1. 17 and p. 108 1. 56 = Carm. Lat. 759 

= Jlim. Damasi Epigram. 28 (Rome, f ) : 
omnibvs acceptvs popvlis — Absolutely : 
VI 140 (Rome, a devotio): vt mortvos 

(SIC) NEC AD DEOS NEC AD HOMINES ACCE- 
PTVS sit. seic (sic) (ilia) apvt (ilium) ac- 
cepta sit; VI 10407 (Rome): vt is ne- 

Q_VE APVD DEOS NEC INFEROS ACCEPt(vs) 

sit; Rossi I 678 (Rome. 5 th ): accepta 
apvd devm; I 819 = VI 141 (Rome): 

HANC OSTIAM (sic) ACCEPTAM HABEAS 

Comparative: VI 7872 (Rome): vixi ego, 

DVM L1CVIT, SVPERIS ACCEPTIOR VNA | VI 

23551 = X 6620 (Rome): [nemo, as 
supplied by editor of Corpus, better vixi, 
cf. last inscr. d]vm licvit svperis ac- 
ceptior vnvs. — Superlative: IX 5791 
(near Ricina. -j-): omnibvs acceptissimvs ; 
III 7000 (Orcistus, 4 th ): id qvod pete- 

BATVR ACc[e]pTISSIMVM FVIT [Cf. AC- 

C1PIO]. 

ACCESSIO. «Accession". (A) «Addi- 
tion-, in semi-concrete sense: «added 
functionary »: VI 2080 1. 47 = VI 32375 
(Rome. Arval. 12U): cvm calator acces- 
sio sit sacerdotis — (13) In technical 
business usage, plnr. = « extras » (i. e., 
a sum allowed by the seller to the buyer 
of goods, for packing or transportation ; so 
Mommsen). IV suppl. 3340 XXIII (Pom- 
peii, wax-tablet 56): arbitria s estertioJs 

VIGINTI ET ACC[e]ss[iONc]s US. XIII. 

ACCESSVS. « Approach », « access ». 

IX 5894 (Ancona, 115): q_vod accessvm 

ITALIAE . . . PORTV TVTIOREM NAVIGANTIBVS 

reddiderit; V t 3072 ^Patavium): vt ha- 



BEAT EA AREA ET A LATERE ACCESSVM SVVM.- 

VI 1759 (Rome. 38!)): accessvs aetatis 
= «arrival at man's age». — In sense 
of « right of access », VI 11027 (Rome): 

VETO ... ADITVM, AMBITVM NE (sic) VLLVM 
ACCESSVM HABEAT IN HOC MONVMENTO ; X 

1579 (Puteoli): is accessvs ivsq_(ve) esto 

PER IANVAS ITINERAQVE EIVS AGRI. 

ACCI — See ACCIS. 

ACCIATVS. Name of race-horse. VI 
10070 (Rome, 2 nd ). 

ACCIDO, -ERE [Form: accidervnt, 
VI 7872 (Rome)]. (A) « To fall upon », 
« reach ■ . Ill 47 (Thebae Egypti) : meas 
qvoq_ve avris Memnonis vox accidit; X 
1719 (Puteoli): [donec indvbivs nvntivs 

AD AVRES] NOSTRAS ACCIDERIT (B) « To 

befall», «happen». VI 1527 d. 1. 11 

(Rome, laudatio Turiae, 8-2B.C): acer- 
bissimvm tamen invi[to] mihi accidisse 
tva vice fatebo[r]; VI 7872 (Rome): 

HAEC EADEM ET MAGNIS REGIBVS ACCIDERVNT ; 

III 3397 (Campona) : qvae se cvpiebat 

OB (siC = ah) ILLA ANTE MORTI DARI, Q_VM 

(sic = quara) sibi flebil(is) casvs acci- 
derit (sic, perf. for imperf.); Ill p. 951 
(Dacia, wax-tablet, 167): vt ... lvcrvm 
damnvmqve acciderit — In euphemistic 
sense : VI 10242 (Rome, 136) : si cvi qvid 

VESTRVM HVMANITVS ACCIDERIT J XIV 2112 

(Lanuvium, 2 nd ): (si) ei hvmanitvs acci- 
derit. 

ACCIEO (ACCIO), -IRE. « To sura- , 
mon » , « send for » . Mon. Ancyr. 22. 33 : 

[aT~JhLETARVM VNDIQVE ACCITORVM=tt'0^»J- 

VI 32328 (Comm. Lud. Saec, 204) 1. 79 : 
[ac]cita corona; V 2 p. 620 no. 6 (Me- 
diolanium, f): Lazarvs vt diri premeret 

PEDE CVLMINA MVNDI, VOCIBVS ACCITVS TRVX 

venit in medivm ; V 2 p. 622 no. 12 

(ibid., 7): VADIBVS ACCITIS VICINIS vndi- 
CTVE TVRBIS. 

ACCION. A local title of Jupiter (Gal- 
lic). Ill 3428 (Aquincum) : Iovi Accioni 
[paJtrio. 

ACCIP. . . . Uncertain name of the inha- 
bitants of a pag us in the neighborhood of 
Cirta, Numidia. VI II 7084 (Cirta, boun- 
dary-stone, 2 nd ): AGRI ACCIP [ ~J ClR- 

TENSIVM SEPARATI RIVO. 

ACCIPIO. -ERE. «To receive», «ac- 
cept » . 



ACCI ACCI 53 

vinum Mataurense) — Perf. pass, part.: a. 

Synopsis of arrangement. very freq. in formula h • a ■ i • r • = ho- 

I. Forms, abbreviations etc. . nore acceplo impeasam remisit, see s. v. 

II. Use. (A) Absolutely, opposed to dare. A , P- 8 col. 2 § 3; aCCEp(/o), IX 4456 

(B) Literally, of taking and holding, as capere. (ager Amiterninus), II 2016 (Sino-ilia 

(C) Of receiving sums of. money. (D) Other B arba), II 2063 (Ilurco); accepts)? VI 
material property, including slaves (E) Docu- on^"7 iv> ( » o,> r>-.\ ' ,\ 
ments. lists, accounts etc. (F) Persons, exclu- fl 67 ( Rome > ArDal ^ 80-81); ACCEPx(a), 
sive of slaves as property. (G) Of receiving IX 5843 (Auximum); accept(o), II 2221 
information, = « to hear », « to learn ». (Corduba), 2344 (Mellaria), 1940 (Barbe- 
(H) Moral advantages or displeasures (I) Spe- Sll i a? ) _ Fut pags _ par( . . hCQ ( ipieildo _ 
cial uses and formulas of baptism, death etc. A , \ tt T 000 /d L^ ,• ? x 

v rum), VI 332 (Rome, 2 nd ); acci p(iendos), 

I. Forms, abbreviations, etc. "With XIV 3602 (Tibur) — accipere is regii- 

one C: acipe, X 876 (Pompeii), V 4376 larly followed by ab; ab omitted. IV 3340 

(Biixia); acipiant, I 199 1. 26 = V 7749 no. 138 (Pompeii, wax tablet): accepi 

(Seatent. Mimic, Genua, B. C. 117); P. Terentio Pri.vio (tot); followed by de, 

acepi, VI 5817, 22102 (Rome); acepit, III p. 937 (Dacia, wax tablet, 139); ac- 

V 894 (Aquileia), XIII 515 (Lactora, cepit de (Mo); with ex, I 205 I 43 (Lex 

241), 518 (ibid., where ace -pit), VIII Rubria, B. C. 49). 

21038 (Caesarea) ; acepise, IV 3340 no. 33 TT ,-r 
(Pompeii, wax-tablet); acepisse, ib. no. 45 

(ibid.); aciptvm (sic), XI 3078 (Falerii); (A) Used absolutely, opposed to dare. 

aceptv (sic, ace), VIII 19525 (Cirta, a VI 30103 (Rome) : dedervnt, accepervnt ; 

favotio)— ad- CE- pit, 1114221 = 10934 III 7124 = 6066 (Ephesus): dandi avt 

(Savaria, f) — accipei, I 202 II 29 (Lex accipiendi; X 1397 (Nola): beativs est 

Cornel, de XX Quaest., 81 B. C.) — dare qvam accipere. Add. IV 1246 (Pom- 

accipivn, Rossi 319 (Rome, f, 381) — peii. dipinto): accipe. 

accepient fut., V 6731 (Vercellae. f) — (B) Literally, of taking and holding, as 

acceperent, Eph. Epigr. V 329 (Civitas capere etc. VI 2067 (Rome, Aroal, 90): 

Goritana) — ■ accipiendvs, ace. plur. masc, libellis acceptis, cenatoria alba acc(e- 

XIV 4250 (Tibur) — acci pet, perf. or pervnt), sportvlas accep(ervnt), rosanv 

fut., V 8122 (Source doubtful, a silver solvt(am) acc(epervnt);VI 2104 (Rome, 

vase now in Turin, A. D. 234) — accpet, Arval, 218): vngventa et coronas ac- 

perf., XIII 10004 1 (Bonn, Amphora) — cepervnt, sportvlas acceper(vnt), prae- 

Abbreviations : Imperf. accipieb(«m/), XI textas acceper(vnt). lvnvemvlia cvm ra- 

3772 a (Careiae, 1 st ). — Fut. Acc(ipiel), pinis accepervnt, libellis acceptis; X 659 

VIII 2557 (Castra Lambaes., 203); ac- (Salernum): calicem ... accipere; XIV 

cip(iet), V 952 (Aquileia) — Perf. a(c- 3676 (Tibur): accipiet aqv(am); XIII 

cepit), A(cceperuat), see s. v. A, p. 8 2104 (Lugudunum) : cvm domvs accipiet 

col. 2 § 3; Ac(cepif), VI 10225 (Rome): saxea corpvs; VI 6319 (Rome): accipe 

Acc(epit) painted on amphorae, XV (iltius) ossa ; Rev. Arch. (1902) p. 348 

3717, 3718, 3950. 3957, 4151, 4232, no. 57 (Hadrumetum. devotio): non ce- 

4273, 4286, 4429,4430 (Rome); acc(^- bvm (sic), non escam accipere possit. 

perufif), VI 2o67 (Rome. Aroal, 90); (G) Of receiving sums of money etc. I 

accep^V). VI 27034 (Rome, 1 st ). XV 4280, 198 LVUI ( Lex Repetuad., 123-2B C.) : 

4330 (Rome, painted on amphorae); ac- qvaestor accipito (sc. peewtiam) ; I 199 

CEPER(<?r^), VI 2067 (Rome. Aroal, 90); 1. 26 = V 7749 (Genua, Sen/eat. M/auc, 

acceper(hiiI), VI 2104 (Rome, Aroal, B. 0. 117): Q_yo setivs eam peqvniam (sic) 

218); acp. (= accepi/,?). XV 3954, 3955, acipiant (sic); I 200 LXXIV (Lex Agra- 

4436, 4472, 4476 (Rome, painted on am- ria, 111 B. 0): ter tanti i n]vito eo 

phorae); accp. (= idem), XV 3977-3980 qvei dabit accipito; I 205 I 8 (Lex Ru- 

(ibid.); act. (= idem?), XV r 3706, 3716, bria, B. C. 49): restipvlarei satisve ac- 

3721, 3885, 3951, 4229, 4424 (ibid.) — cipere; ibid I 43 (ibid.): q_vod ex ieis ... 

Imperf. subj. acciper(^), XI 6071 (Ur- accipietvr; II 1423 (Sabora. 78): vecti- 



1 ACCI ACCI 

LIA QVAE AB DIVO AVc(vSTO) ACCEPISSE TAS ACCIPIET; M\ l 1)6 (Ostia) : IS AVTEM 

dicitis; XIV 875 (Ostia) : cvm accepisset q_vi detvlerit accipere debebit svm(mae) 

pvblic(vm) lvcar remisit; XIV 2795 (6a- s(vpra) s(criptae) qvartas ; X 6706 (An- 

bii, 140): pi cvniam accipi ; Res Gesl.divi tiiim, 167); delator accipi[et q_vartas]; 

Aug, o. I I. 20: avkvm non accepi; X VIII 2557 (Castra Lambaes., 203): ac- 

111 1 1'i'trlia): vsvRAS qvas .. . acceperint; c(ipiet) viaticvm ; VI 8705 (Rome): {ilia) 

X 876 (Pompeii): lvcrv (sic) acipe (sic)] accepit portionem; II 6278 1. 46 (S. C. 

11 2959 (Pom paelo, 1 1 '. > ) : Q_y i cavtioni- Ilalicense) : qj/artam portionem liber, 

BVS ACCIPIENDIS DESVNT aU(l NON ACCEPTA- OJ/I NTAM SERVVS ACCIPIATJ VI 1 7 1 1 ( LlOlTie) I 

RVM CAVTIONVM PERICVLVM ; II 1174 (HlS- PERINDE A POSSESSORE SVSCIPIANT ADQ_VE 

palis): inaliment[orvm (sic) ampuatio- (sic) accipere svnt soliti. — Esp. freq. 

nem] accipiant pveri ingenvi hs. (tot.) in wax sale-tablets of Pompeii and Dacia: 

nvmmos etc.; V] 13142 (Rome): donvm [n]vmeratam dixit se [a Jccepisse ... ab 

accepervnt ex donahone; XI 4815 (Spo- (illo), IV 3340 no. 1 (Pompeii, 15); nv- 

letiiim): ex qvorvm reditv ... mvnicipes meratos accepisse dixit . . . ab (illo), ibid. 

praesentes acciperent aeris octonos; X no. 5 (Pompeii); nvmeratos accepisse se 

6328 (Tarracina): ita vt semper c [sc. dixervnt, ibid. no. 48 (Pompeii); qj/em 

sestertios~\ pveri. c [sc. sesterlios~\ pvellae ad modvm volvi, ab eo accepi, ibid. no. 6 

per svccessiones accipiant ; VI 30884 (Pompeii); scripsi me accepisse ab (illo 

(Rome, 333): n(vmos) cxx accepervnt a tantum), ibid. no. 6, 21, 33, 45, 138, 139, 

senatore; VI 34623 (Rome): q_vi dona- 141-146, 150, 151 (Pompeii), VI 10233 

tionem acceperit; III 14195" (Ephesus): (Rome. 211); scripsi evm accepisse ab 

vt ex vsvris paedonomi et paedevte (sic) (illo tantum), ibid. no. 7, 17, 27, 30 

omnib(vs) ann(is) convintic(ivm) (sic) (Pompeii) ; scripsi eam accepisse ab (illo 

accipiant; V1I1 12422 (Gor): sportvlas tantum), ibid. no. 23, 24,40 (Pompeii); 

accepervnt; VIII 14590 (Simitthus): sola accepi P. Terentio Prim[o] (tantum), 

(denariorum) tria milia a fisco accepta ibid. no. 138 (Pompeii); mvtvos nvme- 

svnt ; XI 6071 (Urvinum Mataurense) : ratos accepisse ... dixit, III 935 (Dacia, 

sportvlas acciper(ent); VIII 1641 (Sicca 162) ; [mercede]m per [teJmpora accipere 

Veneria): accipiant singvli pveri (tan- debebit, III p. 948 (Dacia, 164); accepit 

turn); VIII 2532 (Castra Lambaesit.) : (denarios) viginti QyiNQ_y[E], III p. 949 

(tantum) accitite; VIII 2554 (ibid.): (Dacia); pretivm ... accepisse et habere 

accipiat ... accipiant (tantum); IV 2379 se dixit, III p. 941 (Dacia. 142); dixit 

(Pompeii, graffito)'. Romanvs accepit hs. se accepisse et accepit a (tali). III p. 949 

(tot); VI 1527 (Rome, Laudalio Tariae, (Dacia. 167); accepi (denarios tot), III 

B.C.): omne tvvm patrimonivm acceptvm p. 953 (ibid.). 

ab parentibvs; VI 1711 (Rome): acci- (D) Of receiving other material property, 

pere ... per modivm vnvm nvmmos (tot); including slaves. II 1964 LX (Lex Ma- 

V 8122 (? a silver vase, A. D. 234, now tacit., 81-84): isqve ab us praedes prae- 
at Turin): accipet (sic. perf. or fut.) (tan- diaqve sine d(olo) m(alo) accipito, and 
turn); IX 2350 (Allifae): acceptis a re ib. LXIU: Q_[vi] praedes accepti hnt 

p(vBLICa) (tOt) [m](iLIHVS) n(vmMVm).; Eph. ... QVlQ_yE praedivm cognitores accepti 

Epigr. IX p. 1 tab. (Tarentum): isq_ve sint, and ib. LXIV: q_vaeq_ve praedia 

IIII VIR Q_VOI ITA PRAES DABITVR AC[cjl- ACCEPTA SVNT, ERVNT, aild ib. LXVII: 

pito ; XI 1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ): pveri pvel- ' decvrioni[b]vs conscriptisve cvive de 

LAEQVE ALIMENTA ACCIPIANT; XI 5395 HIS ACCIPIENDIS COG.NOSCENDIS ... NEGO- 

(Asisium) : aliment(vm) accipivnt ; XI tivm datvm erit; VIII 10U04 1 (Bonna, 

5956 (Pitinum Mergens): alimenta acci- amphora) : (amphoram) accpet (sic) Eros, 

pivnt; VIII 17896 (Thamugadi, 4 th ): li- [N. B. cf. the amphorae of Rome, with 

bellensis ... pretivm debebit accipere; inscription painted, probabl3 r signiriyng «<?- 

XIV 2852 (Praeneste, 136): accipi dona; cepit (/lie), i. e. « received in good condi- 

V 952 (Aquileia): delator q_vart(as) ac- tion and registered in the lists», abbre- 
cip(iet); XIV 850 (Ostia): delator qvar- viated acc, accep., acp., accp., act. Cf. 



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above I s. v. Perf. for citations, and XV 2 
p. 563]. VI 948 (Rome, 1 st ): pleps (tie) 

VRBANA Q_VAE FRVMENTVM PVBLICVM ACCI- 

pit; VI 10224 (Rome): frvmentvm ac- 
cepit ; VI 10225 (Rome): frv(mentvm) 
ac(cepit) ; VI 10026-7 (Rome) : frvmen- 
tvm pvblicvm accepit; R. G. divi Aug., 
cap. 15. 1. 21: plebei (sic), qvae tvm 

FRVMENTVM PVBLICVM ACCIPIEBa[ t]. DEDI ; 

XII 3179 (Nemausus, 1 st ): accepit frv- 
menti m(odios) (quinquagenos) ; VI 10028 
(Rome): accepit congiarivm; R. G. divi 
Aug. cap. 15, 1. 18: accepervnt id trivm- 
phale congiarivm; IX 2088 (Aesernia) : 
acceptis colvmnis et tegvlis a re pv- 
blica; VI 7006 (Rome): hoc monimen- 
tvm (sic) . . . accepervnt ; II 2030 (Osqua) : 
accepta exedra ab ordine; XIV 1020 
(Ostia) : accepit ab (Mo) colv(mbaria) ii, 
ol(las) hi; XIV 1106 (Ostia): accepit 
perpetvo ab (ilia) colvmbarivm vnvm, 
ollas ii ; VIII 5498 = 18809 (Aquae Thi- 
bilitanae): sede(m) accepit; III p. 1968 
(Rome) : qj/os agros a me accepe- 
rint. — Very freq. of locvs (sepultu- 
rae, statuae, etc.), VI 2059 = 32363 
(Rome, Arval, 1 st ): (locum) acceptvm ab 
(Mo); VI 27034 (Rome, 1 st ): locvm et 
ollas dvas accep(it) ab (Mo); VI 29335 
(Rome, 143): locvs ... acceptvs k(alen- 
dis) Aprilibvs; II 4265 (Tarraco) : locvm 
acceptvm a re pvbl(ica) ; II 5063 (Singi- 
lia) : locvm acceperam ; XIV 1472 (Ostia) : 
accepit locvm ab (Mo); VIII 8937 (Sal- 
dae, 197): l(oco) ab or(dine) sanc(tis- 
simo) accepto; and in this formula freq., 
as loco accepto, VI 16456 (Rome); XI 
3614 (Caere, 2 nd ); III 1947 (Salonae, 54); 
II 5512 (Iliberris.) — accepto loco, VI 
2447 (Rome); II 3249 (Baesucci). 3378 
(Mentesa), 1481 (Astigi). 1685 (Tucci), 
1942 (Barbesula), 1277 (Siarum), 1341 
(Saepo), 1378 (Carmo). 1923 (Iptuci). — 
Formula mancipio accipere: VI 36245 
(Rome): hvivs monvment(i) part(em) di- 
m(idiam) emit et mancip(io) accepit; VI 
6185 (Rome): manc(ipio) act. [sic = ac- 
cepit?) ollarvm ii ; VI 10231 (Rome); 
mancipio accepervnt; VI 10240 (Rome): 

HOC MONVMENTVM .. (Me) .. MANCIPIO 

accepit; VI 10241 (Rome): ollaria n(v- 

MERO) IMI, CINERARIA n(vmERO) IIII 



(Me) 



mancipio accepit; IV 3340 



no 155 (Pompeii, wax-tablet): mancipio 
accepit de (Ma); III p. 937 (Dacia. wax- 
tablet. 189): PVELLAM ... EMIT MANCIPIO- 

q_ve accepit de (?llo); III p. 941 (ibid., 

142): EMIT MANCIPIOQVE ACCEPIT PVERVM J 

III p. 947 (Ibid., 159): emit mancipio- 

Q_VE ACCEPIT DOMVS PARTEM DIMIDIAM ; III 

p. 959 (lb d., 160): emit mancipioqve 
accepit mvlierem; II 5042 (Baetica): ho- 

MINEM ... MANCIPIO ACCEPIT AB (lllo). 

(E) Of receiving documents, lists, ac- 
counts etc. I 197 1. 21 (Lex Bantiae, 
B. C. 133, 118): clvaestorqj/e ea No- 
mina accipito; I 206 1. 148 (Lex Iulia 
Munic, B. C. 45): rationem pecvniae ... 
accipito; ibid. 1. 154: libros censvs . . . 
accipito; VI 11034 (Rome, B. C. 6): 
rationes accepervnt; VIII 10500 (Thys- 
drus) : proc(vrator) Avg(vsti) ad censvs 
accipiendos; XIV 2925 (Praeneste, 2 nd ): 

PROPR^AETORE] PROV1NCIAE A Q_VITANi[ae] 

c[e]nsv[vm] accipiendorvm; XIII 1680 
(Ara Romae et Aug., 2 nd ): eq_(ves) R(o- 
manvs) A censibvs accipiendis ; XII 671 
(Arelate) : [ad censvs] accipiendos; VI 
332 (Rome. 2 nd ): leg(atvs) Avg(vsti) cen- 
sibvs) acc(ipiendis) ; VI 1463 (Rome) : at 
(sic) censvs accipi[en]dos ; III 3925 (Ne- 
viodunum, 2 nd ): ad c[ensvs a]cc[ipien- 
dos]; XI 6011 (Sestinnm, 1 st ): [censvm] 
accepit; XIV 3602 (Tibur) : [leg(atvs) 
a]d cens(vs) accip(iendos); XIV 4250 
(Tibur) : procvratori Avg(vsti) ad acci- 
piendvs (sic) censvs. 

(F) Of receiving persons, exclusive of 
slaves as property. I 202 II 28 (Lex 
Cornel, de XX QuaesL, 81 B. C): qvae- 
stor(es) ab eis vicarios accipivnto; ib. 
II 29: vicarios accipei (sic); R. G. divi 
Aug. cap. 33, 1. 9 : a me gentes Partho- 

RVM ET MeDORv[m] ... REGES PET[ l]TOS 

accepervnt; XIV 3608 (Tibur. 1 st ): opsi- 
des (sic) accepit ; X 4725 (ager Falernus) : 

PATRONVS FILIOS PRIMOS IN ORDINE, NEPO- 
TES DIEM MAG STRATV^ S SVI OPPERIENTES ?] 

accepisti; VI 22102 (Rome): vere cho- 
ronam (sic) te acepi (sic); III 14206 21 
(Macedonia): a popvlo acceptvs, item a 
dibvs (sic) ereptvs. Cf. XIV 39 1 1 (Aquae 
Albulae):ET celer accepto [sc. sessore~\ 
cvrrere coepit ecvs ; VI 1080 (Rome): 
[hic locvs est] Vrbis qvi nymphas ac- 
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Of receiving information; full eipres- 
i. auribut or mente accipere. Imt gt-ne- 

rally accipere alone: - to hear - . - in 
Irani -. VI l.vj; i Rome, Laud. Tur 

H. C): Q_>A MENTE ISTA ACC EPERIS] ... 

COMPERTVM HABEO; Xlll ;>1<>2 |V|duiM>- 

I! PLVRA ... VELIM ACCIP AS LIBEN- 

nj; VI 25427 (Home): accipiat pav- 

CIS. NE SIT MOKA LONGIOR AEQ_VO : VI 1 783 

(Rome, -4:11): accipe alivd: XIII 1655 
(Segnsiavi, 498): accipe qvi lacrmis (sic) 
perfvndis; [' p. 2."»7 (Fasti Polemii Sil- 

?'//): LVNA . .. DE Q_VA MENSES DICTOS AC- 
CEPIMVS. 

(H) Of receiving moral advantages or 
displeasun 

(1 ) Advantages, privileges, honors, ho- 
norable discharge, etc. VIII 792 (Oivitas 
Araditana, 82): commodis acceptis ; VI 
10154 (Rome): qvod omnes xystici gra- 
tanter accepervnt; VI 158(30 (Rome): 

QVORVM BENIGNITATE ET PIETATE HEORVM 

(sic) accepta; Rossi 319 (Rome, f, 381): 

[QVOD MVLTI CVPIv]n (sic) ET RARI ACCI- 

pivn (sic); III 6287 (Dacia, a mold): 

AC • CIPIO AN NV NO • VV • M FELICE (sic) \ 

X 478 (Paestum): qvem (sc. palronatum) 

si accipere fverit dignatvs; XIII 4325 
(Narbo). II 512-521 (Lactora, 241): tavri- 

BOLIVM Or TAVROPOLIVM (sic) ACCEPIT, ACE- 
PIT, accepervnt ; VI 3584 I Rome) : ordi- 
nem accepit in leg(ione); III 1480 (Sar- 
mizegetusa) : ordine(m) accepit; VI 1585 
(Rome, 321): si avctoritatem vestram 
acceperit; I 205 I 48 {Lex Rubria, 
ca. 49 B. C): iei qvos inter id ivdicivm 
accipietvr ; VI 1696 (Rome. 4 th ) : [vt] . . . 
aeternvm robvr acciperent; VIII 2756 
(Lambaesis) : MAR.IT1 nomen accepit; VIII 
9159 = 9170 = 20808 (Auzia, 305): 

ACCIPIANT CVNCTI VESTROS ORNASSE PAREN- 

tes; V 894 (Aquileia): militavit an- 

(nIS) XX, ACEPIT (stc) MI5IONEM (sic)\ VI 

715 (Rome. 158): accepta missione ho- 
nesta; IX 5843 (Auximum): accept(a) 
onesta (sic) mission(e) ex coho(rte) xiii 
Vrba(naj; VIII 2 1038 (Oaesarea): m:sio- 
ne(m) acepit (sic) pro meritis svis; VI 
9632 (Rome): libertatis vbe (sic) lvcem 
acceperis; XII 2584 (Narlionensis, 527) : 
redimtionem (sic) a dnmo. (sic = Do- 
mino) GVDOMARO REGE ACCEPERVNT; XII 

1783 (Narbonensis, 2 nd ) : petentis excv- 



sationem acc[epit]; X 1 12 (Petelia, 2 nd ): 
honor(em) avg(vstalifatis) ... ACCIPERE 

mervit; II 2020 (Singilia Barba), 2116 

(Urgavn), 335] (Tarraconensis), 4202 (Tar- 

i. Eph. Epigr. IX p. 86 no. 233 (Ipsca): 

HONORED ACCEPIT, IMPENSAM REMISIT ; XI 

6190 (Ostra): honore accepto. ... epv- 
lvm dedit; II 1971 (Malaca): honore 
accepto, conlationew reddidit; XI 5635 
(Camerinum): honor[e] accepto, q_vot 
contvler(ant) remisit ; V 5658 (ager Me- 
diolanensis): honore accepto. impend(ivm) 
remiser(vnt); II 1130 (Italica), 1940 
(Barbesula): honore accepto, d(e) s(va) 
p(ecvnia) posvervnt. The formula ho- 
nore ACCEPTO, IMPENSAM REMISIT is Vei'V 

freq., variously abbreviated, esp. in Spain, 
(cf. h. a. i. r. s. v. A supra p. 8 col. 2 
§ 3), as IX 4456 (ager Amiterninus); II 
1186 (Hispalis), 1520 (Ipagrum), 1572 
(Ipsca), 1611 (Igabrum), 1954, 1958 (Car- 
tima), 2011 (X T escana), 2016, 2018 (Sin- 
gilia Barba), 2063 (Ilurco), 2042 (Anti- 
caria), 2099 (Cisimbrium), 2221, 2265, 
5524 (Corduba), 2344-2346 (Mellaria), 
3251 (Baesucci. 1 st ). 3396 (Accis), 5409 
(Lacilbula); — accepto honore, IX 3160 
(Cortiuium). 

(2) Sorrow and displeasure. VI 32031 
(Rome): qvamvis lvctificvm fratris ta- 
men accipe carmen; X 4787 (Teanum 
Sidicinum) : cvivs dolorem accepit alivt 
(sic) nvllvm nisi mortis eivs; VI 25022 
(Rome): nvllvm dolorem accepi tvi nisi 
qvod fatalem diem celeriter peregisti ; 
VI 24243 (Rome) : de qva nvllvm dolo- 
rem nisi acerbissimae mortis acceperat ; 
XIV 3977 (Momentum): acerbitate ac- 
cepta; V 4376 (Brixia): acipe (sic) nvnc, 
frater. svpremi mvnvs honoris; VI 18086 
(Rome): ivvenes de svbito accepervnt 
svi lvctv(m) parentes; VI 23472 (Rome): 
nvnc lacrimas accipe pro meritis; VI 
5662 (Rome): a qva accepit inivriam 
nvllam; IX 2438 (Saepiuum, 168): iniv- 
ria(m) se accipere. 

(I) Special uses of baptism, death etc. 
(esp. in Chr. inscrr.). V 6731 (Vercel- 
lae. f) : venerabile mvnvs accepient (sic) ; 
X 5920 (Anagnia): accipite hanc animam 
nvmeroqve avgete sacr[ato]; VI 5817 
( Rome) : lvmen qvod accepi reddidi ; XIII 
2372 (Lugudunuai, 506): accepit melior 



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tvm sine fine dies; III 4221 = 10934 
(Savaria, -j-): re • qvi em ad • ce • pit in 
Deo (sic)] VIII 8625 (Sitifis, +): salv- 

TEM ACCIPIAM ET NOMEN DOMINI INVOCABO 

(= Psalm. 115, 13); XIII 905 (Burdi- 
gala, 7 th ?): accepit transitvm svv(m) 
= « died » ; V 1720 (Aquileia, f ) : qvo- 

RVM ISPIRITVS (sic) [CVM SANCTIS] AC- 

ceptvs est; V 1686 (ibid.): qvae est ac- 
cepta ad spirita sancta (sic); Rossi 678 
(Rome, -j-): accepta apvd Devm; VIII 
21549 (Mauretania Caesariensis, f): ac- 
ceptvs est = «died»; VIII 9733 (Tia- 
ret, f, 471), 20410 (Sitifis, +): accepta 
est = . died »; Bull. Arch. Or. IX (1903) 
p. 49 (Rome, f): accepta Dei gratia 
= «baptism»; ibid. p. 276 and p. 277 
(ibid.) : accepit absolutely, (without gra- 
tiam) = « was baptised » ; XII 590 (Aquae 
Sextiae, f , 5 th or 6 th ) : post acceptam pae- 
nitcntiaiw migravit ad Dominvm; Hiibn. 
Hisp. 33 (Emerita, 578), 43 (Metellinum, 
585) : accepta poenitentia, reqvievit in 
pace; ibid. 54 (Oliva, 662): accepta pe- 

NITENTIA (sic), QVIEVI IN PACE. 

ACCIS. [In inscrr. never Accf\. A 
Roman colonia of southern HispaniaTarra- 
conensis, between Iliberris and Basti, in 
the territory of the Bastitani; now Guadix. 
II 3393 (Accis, 3 d ): col(onia) 'Ivli(a) 
Gem(ella) Accis; 3394 (ibid.): col. Ivl.G. 
Accis; 3391 (ibid., 2 nd ): col. Ivl. Gem. 
Accis; 3392 (ibid.): colon(ia) Accis. 

ACCITANVS. Of Accis, q. v. II 1692 
(Tucci): (ilia) ... Accitana; Hiibn. Hisp. 
115 (Iliberris, 577): a s(an)c(t)o Pavlo 
Accitano pont(i)f(i)c(e). 

ACCLAMO. See ADCLAMO. 

ACCLINIS. See ADCLINIS. 

ACCOMODATOR. In some trade or 
profession, sense uncertain. VI 9105 
(Rome) : Herma aCcomodator. 

ACCOMMODO, -ARE. « To adapt » , 
« make fit for » ; hence also « to give what 
is fitting». Arch. Journ. (1893) p. 303 
= Rev. Arch. (1893) p. 398 no. 123 
= Carm. Lat. 1597 (Carlisle, Eugland, 

4 th ): QVEMADMODVM ACCOMMODATAM FATIS 

animam revocavit; X 1275 (Nola): et vt 

MERETVR ANIMA, LACRIMAM ACCOMODA (sic) ', 

VI 1343 (Rome, 2 nd ), frgmt., accomo- 

DATA (SIC) GERVNT [. . .]]. 

j 
Thes. linguae lat. ept r. 



ACCOMMODVS. «Adapted», «suita- 
ble » . Ill 352 = 7000 (Orcistus, 4 th ), 
corrected reading: mansio [e]a [m]e[di]a- 

LIS ADQVE (sic) ACCOMMODA. 

ACCORVS, (ACORVS). A Celtic god 
or genius. XII 5783 (Aquae Sextiae): 
Ac • co • ro (sic) ; XII 5798 (ager Arela- 
tensis): cenio (sic) Acoro. 

ACCRESCO. See ADCRESCO. 

* ACCVBITARIS. « For a sofa or couch a . 
(Cf. ACCVBITVM). Edict. Dioclet. 19. 
23 (= III p. 836, top) : xamqc, axxovfii- 
TiiQig uorog Gxsna^wv zov ccxxovfinov. 

ACCVBITOR. «That sitteth beside». 
Rossi II p. 258 note 3-4 (Rome, f): apo- 
stole S(an)c(t)e Iohannes accvbitor- 
q_(ve) D(e)i. 

ACCVBITOR1VM. «A sepulchre» . VIII 
9586 (Caesarea, f) : in memoria eorvm 

QJ/ORVM CORPORA IN ACCVBITORIO HOC SE- 

pvlta svnt. [Cf. below, ADCVMBITO- 
RIVM.] 

ACCVBITVM. « A couch or sofa », « a 
bench ». Edict. Dioclet. 19, 23 cited 
above s. v. accvbitaris; III 4441 (Car- 
nuutum, 211) porticvm cvm accvbito; 
III 7960 (Sarmizegetusa) : pictvram por- 
ticvs et accvbitvm; Rossi, Roma Sott. I 
p. 172 (Rome, f, graffito): in ipso ac- 
cvbito EGO INDIGNVS PARENTVM MEORVM 
NOMINA SCRIPSI. 

ACCVBO. See ADCVBO. 

* ACCVMBANTIA = ? VI 18866 
(Rome): ex ivso (sic) hoc locvm accvm- 

BANTIA FECERVNT. 

ACCVMBITORIVM. See ADCVMBI- 
TORIVM 

ACCVMBO, -ERE. « To recline » on a 
couch. VI 25531 (Rome): hic accvmben- 

TEM SCVLPI GENIALITER ARTE SE IVSSIT. 

ACCVMVLO, -ARE. « To increase ». 
I 38 = VI 1293 (Rome, 2 nd B. C): 

VIRTVTES GENERIS MEEIS MORIBVS ACCVMV- 

lavi ; XI 1354 (Luna, 255): et dignitate 

ACCVMVLATVS ET HONORE FASCIVM REPLETVS. 

ACCVRO, -ARE. See ADCVRO. 

ACCVSATIO. «Accusation ». V 2781 
(Patavium, 323): si ... accvsationem 
svam non potverit conprovare (sic) ; III 
12043 (Lyttus, 4 th ) : si accvsationem 
(sv)am non potverit conprobare; ibid.: 
\_...~\ accvsationes [...], and ad accv- 
sationem accessisse; XIII 3162 (Vidu- 

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case - (8): accvssationem (sic) insti- 

TVERE. 

accvsator. - Accuser -. II 5439 
III l. 1. 27 Bq. [Lea Ursonensis, l I B. 

O- ISQVE II VIR IN S!NGVl.OS ACCVSATORES 

... accvsandi pote5t(atem) facito; ... SI 

QVIS ACCVSATOR DE SVO TEMPORE ALTlil 

concesserit; ... q_vot moras omnino 
omnib(vs) accvsatorib(vs) in sing(vlas) 

ACTIONES DICENDI POTEST( ATF.m) FIERI OPOR- 

tebit; III 12043 (Lyttus, 4 th ): vt accv- 
sator QVIDEM NON OMNI.MODO DE IVDICIO 
REPELLATVR. 

ACCVSO, -ARE. ■ To accuse - . I 206, 
1. 120 (Lex Mia Miotic, 45 B. C): 

QVEMVE . . . ACCVSSASSE (sic) FECISSEVE 
QVOD IVDICATV.W EST. ERIT ; II 5439 III 4, 

1. 28 (Lex Ursoaeasis. 44 B. C): isqve 

II VIR... ACCVSANDI POTEST(aTEm) FACFTO \ 

V 2781 (Patavium. 4 th i and III 12043 
(Lvttus. 4 th ): qvi dominos vel patronos 

ACCVSARE AVT DEFERRE TEMPTANT; III 12043 

(Lyttus. 4 th ): qvi accvsantvr; V 8742 
(Concordia): accvs(atvs) inferat fisci vi- 

RIBVS AVRI PONDO VNAM (sic). 

ACER. ACRIS. ACRE. [Hy-form acrvs, 
-a. -VM, Pais 384]. Of persons. ■ force- 
ful», «energetic». XIV 3826 (Tibur): 
acri homini adqve (sic) alacri, forti, 
fido adqve (sic) venvsto. Of disease, 
■ severe - . Pais 384 (completing V 8652) 
= Carrn. Lat. 629 (Iuliurn Carnicum) : 

INCIDI FEBRIBVS ACRIS (sic, fOl' OCTibUS). 

Of grief. ■ bitter -, as acerbvs q. v. VI 
30119 (Rome): lvctvmqve viro dedit 

ACREM. 

[ACERBIS. See ACERBVS.] 
ACERBITAS. [ACERV1TAS. Cf. ACER- 
BVS. ACERVVS.] «Bitterness-, of death. 

VI 33696 (Rome): qvae reliqvti (sic 
= reliquisti) acerbitatem svis; VI 34271 
(Rome): mater et pater posvit (sic. sc. 
moi i,ii) sva [a]cerbitate ; XIV 
3977 (Nomentum): soror et mater, acer- 
bitate accepta, fecervnt; Rossi 81 6 (Rome, 
f, 4 lh or 5 th ) : [parentes miseri fv]neris 
acervitate (sic) percvlsi ; V 7409 (Der- 
tona. frgmt.): acervitas (sic). 

ACERBVS. ACERVVS. «Bitter». Of 
death and related ideas only. [Forms: 
acerws, very freq. everywhere, as : VI 
7574. 10097, 20462, Carra. Lat. 1337. 
Rossi 1179. Ihm. Pamasi Epigram. Iu7 



ae); XIV 1731 (Ostia); XIV 3333 
(Praeneste); X 664 (Salernum); IX 1757 
(Bene?entum) ; XI 6o8o (Urvinum Matau- 
rense); V 2013 (Opitergium); III 6414 
(Dalmatia); VIII 21585, 21590 (Maure- 
tania Caes.) — acervissimvs, X 1208 
(Abella) — acerdvs (sic), VI 22397 
(Rome) — Third decl. form acerbis (fern.), 
X 6078 (Urvinum Mataurense) — Abbrev.: 
acerb., XI 5784 (Sentinum)]. 

Very freq. in sepulcral verse, (only 
metaphorically). 

(A) «Immature", (as «unripe»), of 
persons. VI 7574 (Rome): sic corpora 
nostra avt matvra cadvnt, avt cito 
acerva (sic) rvvnt, and Carm. Lat. 1542 
= Notiz. (1885) p. 496 (Luca): corpora 
nostra avt matvra cadvnt avt cit(o) 
acerba rvvnt ; VI 20462 (Rome) : (Hit) 

SPIRITO DVLCISS1MO, DEFVNCTO ACERVO (sic)', 

IX 3948 (Alba Fucens): ivveni acerbis- 
simo ; VIII 5001 (Thubursicum Numid.) : 

IVVENI PIO, ACERBISSIMO FLORE IVVENTVTIS 

er[ep]to ; XIV 1 731 (Ostia) : acervam (sic) 
DlTIS RAPVIT infantem domvs j VI 9150 
(Rome): dvlcissim[Jvs], acerbvs, miser, de 
s(a)ecv[lo ce]ssit; XI 6080 (Urvinum 
Mataurense) : acerva (sic) a matre rapta 
es vt parvvlvs acnvs (sic); VIII 21585 
(Mauritania Caes.): (ilia) acerva (sic) 
vicsit anis (lot) (sic); ib. 21590 (ib.): 
(ille) acerws vicsit (sic) annis (tol) ; 
VIII 9084 (Auzia): (illorum) acerba ae- 

TATE DEFVNCTORVM. 

(B) « Bitter », in sense of ■ unkind », 
« cruel » . XI 6078 (Urvinum Mataurense) : 
nonleba(m) (sic, = nolebam) esse acerbis 
(sic, = acerba) at (sic) inferos, qvae 
at svperos dvlcis fvi; VI 23551 = X 
6620 (Rome, not Velitrae): [cvi nemo 
potvit verbo maledicere acerbo ; VI 7872 
(Rome): qvoi nemo potvit verbis (sic, for 
verbo) maledicere acerbo; Le Blant 657 
(Rome, 442) : qvos vno Lachesis mersit 
acerba die; VI 25128 (Rome): rapit Di- 
tis acerba manvs; VI 6189 (Rome): (illos) 

ARCVLA ACE^RBA TENET]. 

(C) Of death, fate, funeral etc. « Pre- 
mature-, «mournful». Very freq. in 
sepulcral verse. Of fvnvs. [Cf. Verg. 
Aea. VI 429, of souls of infants: abstv- 

LIT ATRA DIES ET FVNERE MERSIT ACERBO J 

and ibid. XI 28: Pallas qvem non vir- 



ACER 



ACER 



59 



TVTIS EGENTEM ABSTVLIT ATRA DIES ET fv- 
nere mersit acerbo.] X 4728 (ager Faler- 
nus): (ille) qvem non virtvtis egentem 

ABSTVLIT A LVCE ATRA DIES ET FVNERE MER- 
SIT acervo (sic)', XIV 3333 (Praeneste) : 

APSTVLIT (sic) ATRA DIES ET ACERVO (sic) 

fvnere mersit; III 14190 1 (Dorylaeum) : 
[_quein\ . . . abstvlit atra di[es et a]cerbo 
fvnere mersit; V 6221 (Mediolanimn) : 
mors illvm mersit fvnere acerbo; VI 
22397 (Rome): fvnvs acerdvm (sic) ; IX 
5012 (Cures) : (ille) fvnere mersvs acerbo; 

V 2013 (Opitergium): (ille) acervo (sic) 
fvnere lapsvs; XI 5796 (Sentinum) : hic 
Maxima iacet nvnc Vidia fvneri (sic) 

ACERBO RAPTA PATRI ET MATRI J XI 3771 

(Careiae) : qvam Parcae insontem merse- 
rvnt fvnere acerbo; VI 23818 (Rome): 
svbito ante ocvlos fvnera acerba dedi ; 

VI 9437 (Rome): nomen erat pvero Pa- 
gvs, at nvnt (sic — nunc) FVNVS acer- 
bvm; VI 10097 (Rome): perlege! sic 

NVMQVAM (sic) DOLEAS PRO FVNERE ACERVO 

(sic) ; V 5709 (ager Mediolanensis) : con- 

IVGES HIC POSITI ACERBO FVNERE RAPTI ; XI 

1086 (Parma): (illius) fvneri (sic) acer- 
bissimo; VI 35508 (Rome): [hi]c posvit, 
sed fvnere acerbo. 

Of MORS. (Very freq.). Exx. : X 1208 
(Abella, 155): acervissim[a]m (sic) mor- 
tem; X 1784 (Puteoli. 187): in matvra 
(sic) et acerba morte ; X 4915 (Vena- 
frum) : ego morte acerba peri (sic) ; 
Bramb. 323 (Colonia Agrippin.) : qvi 

MORTE ACERBA RAPTVS EST; X 5798 ( Ve~ 

rulae) : q_vod facere fverat gnatvm par 

PARENTIBVS, GENITORES EIVS ACERBA MORS 

facere impvlit; VI 24659 (Rome): me 

MORS ACERBA IMMATVRA ABSTVLIT; VI 26680 

(Rome) : (q_)vis non exempli doleatvr 
mortis acerbae!; XIII 2027 (Lugudu- 
num): (illius) acerbissima morte defvncti; 
VI 24243 (Rome) : nvllvm dolorem nisi 
acerbissimae mortis eivs acceperat; Carm. 
Lat. 1337 = Rossi II 122, 12 (Rome, f ) : 
nil mors detraxit acerva (sic) ; IX 1757 
(Beneventum) : (ille) cvi mors acerva (sic) 
cessit; VI 14389 (Rome): qvae ace[rb]a 
morte svblat[a e]st ; VIII 2952 (Lam- 
baesis) : qvae sibi morte acerba erepta 
est; XI 5784 (Sentinum): it (sic) mors 
acerb(a) fecit vt face(ret) mater filio; 
XI 1209 (Veleia) : post t[en]er[o]s ma- 



nes ET ACERBAE FVNERA MORTIS ; RoSSi 1 179 

== Ihm, Damasi Epigram. 107 (Rome,f) : 

ADDAMVS MERITIS LACRIMAS TAM MORTIS 
ACERVAE (sic). 

Of FATVM = mors. V 7917 (Ceme- 
nelum) : vivere qvi debent fato morivn- 
tvr acerbo; I 1202 = X 4362 (Capua, 

B. C): VT ACERBO ES DEDITA FATO ! J VI 

25703 (Rome): siste parvmper ... fata- 
qve acerba lege; I 1422 = IX 5557 
(Urbs Salvia, B. C): qvoivs fatvm acer- 

BVM POPVLVS INDIGNE TVLIT. 

Of DIES (mortis). Freq. Exx.: VI 
15837 (Rome): pressit acerba dies; X 
664 (Salernum) : qvam tecvm ivnxit mor- 
tis acerva (sic) dies; Bramb. 946 (Bret- 
zenheim) : cvm mihi fatalis venit acerba 
dies. 

Miscellanea of similar import. VI 
28239 (Rome): iniqva dies et acerb[i] 
terminis hora; VI 19007 (Rome): (ilia) 

QVAM MORTIS ACERBVS ERIPVIT LETVS J III 

6414 (Dalmatia): hvic vite (sic) finis ... 
acerva (sic) fvit; VIII 9048 (Auzia): 

NAM DVOS VNA DIES ET PESTIS ACERBA AB- 
STVLIT HOS PVEROS. 

(C) « Bitter », « sad », « sorrowful ». 
VI 1527 (Laud. Turiae, B. C.): acerbis- 

SIMVM TAMEN INVi[ta] MIHI ACCIDISSE TVA 

vice fatebor; VI 9199 (Rome): ossa svb 

HOC TVMVLO PIA SVNT, SED ACERBA PARENTI ; 

IX 175 (Brundisium): qvoivs mortem 
(sic, for mors) acerbvm dolorem tvlit ; 
VI 28239 (Rome): vt titvlvm miseri la- 
chrimis (sic) impleret acerbis. Add. VI 
20462 (Rome) : parentes similiter acervi 
(sic) et infelicissimi. 

A.CERENTINVS. [ACE RVNTIN VS, 
ACHERVNTINVS.] > Of Acerentia », a 
small town on the borders of Apulia and 
Lucania, now Acerenza. IX 417 (Ace- 
rentia, 4 th ): ordo Acervnt[inorvm]; X 
482 (Paestum): (Mi) cvr(atori) r(ei) p(v- 
blicae) Acerentino[rvm]; XV 71)36 (a 
glass cup, with gold letters ; cf. IX p. 660) : 

IN NOMINE HERCVLIS, ACERENTINO (sic 

= ace. sc. v intern) felices bibatis. [Sic 
Mommsen, IX /. c, Huelsen in Pauly- 
Wissowa s. v. Aceruntia, Diehl in Thes. 
Ling. Lat.', Dressel, XV /. c. follows 
Garrucci, Vetri p. 186 sq. in reading: 
Hercvlis Acerentin(i), felices (v)i<V)a- 
tis. — Of Hercules as cultus-god of the 



rtO 



ACE It 



ACIIA 



rn, IX 047 (Aecae, 4 th ): nvmini Her- 

S ACHERVNTINl [SIC). 

ACEREVS. Name of race-horee. VI 
L0056 1. 28 (Borne): Acereo b(adio). 

acernevs. ■ Of maple-wood >. XIV 
'279 1 (Gabii, l sl ): cancellos acerneos. 

ACERRA. - Casket for incense». V] 
2104 (Home. Arval, 218): item flam(en) 
et promag(ister) scyfos arg(enteos) cvm 
svmpvis (sic) vino repletis ante ostevm 
(sic) [et] acerras [ferentes] tvre et vino 

FECERVNT .... 

ACERRAE. A town of Campania, now 

Acerra. In a latcrculum mil it am, VI 

2413 = 32529 iRome): (Hie) Acerr(is). 

ACERTAS. = acritas. * Boldness - . 

II 0278 (S. C. Italicense. 2 nd ), 1. 36: 

EXQVE HIS QVI GREGARI APPELLANTVR, Q_VI 

meliori^s^ acertatis erit. [N. b. Moinm- 
sen. I. c. prefers: melior (sic, for melius) 

LACERTATVS, Or MELIOR LACERTIS.] 

ACERVNTINVS. See ACERENTINVS. 

ACERVSA. A small place in Campania, 
near Capua. X 3792 (Capua, 387): idvs 
Oct(obres) Vendemia Acervsae. 

ACERVVS. «Heap*, «pile». X 5429 
(Aquinum): nvnc ego de cineris [p]a[r- 
v]o conlectvs acervo ; XI 1420 (Pisae, 
2, A. D.): lignorvmqve acervos. 

ACERVVS. See ACERBVS. 

ACETABVLVM. k Vinegar-cruet » . IV 
2029 (Pompeii, graffito): acetabvla and 
acetabela; Rev. Arch. (1904) p. 316 
(Condatomagus) : acet(abvla). 

ACETVM. ■ Vinegar » . (Sometimes, 
perhaps: « pickle » ?) Ill p. 1931 (Edict. 
Dioclet.): aceti; III p. 953 (Dacia. wax- 
tablet) : aceti ; XI 6702 s (Arretium, graf- 
fito on vase): acet(vm). 

ACHAIA. [Forms: always properly 
achaia; form achaea, IX 4966 (Cures), 
false or interpolated; acaia, III 6097 (Pa- 
trae, interpolated) : trib(vnvs) militvm 
leg(ionis) xii in Acaia. Genetive: achaiai, 

III 6098 = 7271 (Corinth); achaie. X 
3723 (Volturnum). — Abbrev., acha., VI 
1509 (Rome, 2 nd ).] 

i A i Achaia. as a district of the Pelo- 
ponnesus, captured, with Corinth, bv Mum- 
niius ia 146 B. C. I 541 = VI 331 
(Rome, el' of Mummius): Achaia 

capta, Corinto (sic) deleto. [X t . b. : 
From this, IX 4966 seems to be copied.] 



(B) Achaia, as Greece in general. VIII 
12231 (gens Bacchuiana, 2 nd ): Satvrno 
Achaiae Avg(vsto) sacr(vm) of the Greek 
Saturnus as opposed to the Moloch- Sa- 
turnus of the Phoenicians. 

(C) The Roman province of Achaia. 
Mon. Ancyran. cap. 28 1. 35: colonias 
in Africa ... etc., Achaia ... militvm de- 
dvxi; VI 1428 = 31651 (Rome, frgrat): 
Achaia. — Roman officials in Achaia: 
(1) Proconsules: proconsvli provinciae 
Achaiae. XI 4182 (Inturamna), X 5061 
(Atina, 4 th ); pro cos. provinciae Achaiae, 
IX 4965 (Cures, l st -2 nd ), XI 1835 (Ar- 
retium, 1 st ); procos. prov. Achaiae, XIV 
3900 (ager Tiburtinus, 3 d ), X 3723 (Vol- 
turnum), X 4750 (Suessa), VI 1509 (Rome, 
2 nd ); proconsvli Achaiae, VI 1777, 1778, 
1779 (Rome, 5 th ); procos. Achaiae, III 
551 (Athens, 1 st ); procos. in Achaia, VIII 
7059 (Cirta, 138). — (2) Praetor pro 
coasule: VI 1462 (Rome); pr(aetor) pro 
cos. provinciae Achaiae. — (3) Legati, 
subordinate to the proconsul: legato pr(o) 
[pr(aetore)] provinciae Achaiae, VI 1463 
(Rome) : leg(atvs) prov(inciae) Achaiae, 
XI 6338 (Pisaurum, 3 d ), XI 377 (Arimi- 
num), XI 1837 (Arretium), XIV 2609 
(Tusculum), X 1254 (Nola, 3 d ). Ill 537 
(Corinthus); [leg]ato Achaiae, VI 31801 
(Rome); legato in provincia Achaia, VI 
1678 (Rome, 5 th ); [leg(atvs) proconsv- 
l]vm Africae et Ac[h]aiae, VI 1401 
(Rome, 2 nd ); leg(atvs) -(illius) proco(n)- 
s(vlis) in Achaia, VIII 7059, 7060 (Cirta, 
138). — (4) Quaestores: qj/aestori pro 
traet(ore) [pro]vinc(iae) Achaiae, X 
1122 (Abellinum, 2 nd ), X 4864 (Vena- 
frum) ; qvaestori prov(inciae) Achaiae, 
III 6154 (Tomi, 3 d ), XIV 3595 (Tibur), 
VI 3831 = 31699 (Rome), III 87 (Ha- 
driana Petra). VI 1428 (Rome, 3 d ), VI 
1444 (ib., 2 nd ), II 2075 (Iliberris, 2 nd ), 
II 4117 (Tarraco), VIII 18269 (Civ. Lam- 
baesit.); q_(vaestor) et legat(vs) [pro- 
vinc(iae) Ac]haiae.XI1837 (Arretium). — 
(5) Procuratores: pro[c](vrator) A[v- 
g](vsti) prov[inc](iae) Achaiai (sic), III 
6098 = 7271 (Corinthus); proc(vrator) 
provinc(iae) Achaiae, II 2213 (Corduba); 
(ilium) Avg(vsti) lib(ertvm), proc(vrato- 
rem) Domini n(ostri) M. Avr. Severi 
Alexandri pii fel(icis) Avg(vsti) provin- 



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61 



ciae Achaiae etc., Ill 536 (Corinthus, 3 d ); 
(Me) Avg(vsti) lib(ertvs), proc(vrator) 
xx (= vicesimae) here(ditatvm) provin- 
ciae Achaiae, VI 8443 (Rome, 1 st ). — 
(6) Corrector: corr(ector) prov(inciae) 
Achaiae, III 6103 (Athens, 3 d -4 th ). — 
Add: III 556 (Athens, 1 st ): (illius) Av- 
g(vsti) ser(vi) vernae, arcari provinc(iae) 
Achaiae vicar(i); VI 31856 (Rome, 2 nd ): 
pra[ep(ositvs)J vexillationis per Achaiam 
et Macedonian; III 12298 == 14203 3 ' 
(Paramythia) : (Me) Avg(vsti) lib(ertvs), 

AB CONMENTARIS (sic) EPIRI ET ACHAIAE. 

ACHERON. One of the rivers of the 
lower world. [Cf. ACHERVNS]. X 8131 
(Stabiae, 2 nd ): in tenebris Acherontis 
labitvr vndis; VIII 211 ( Cillium, 3 d ): 

TACITIS ACHERONTOS (sic) IN VMBRI3. 

[Carm. Lat. 434 (Pisaurum): ad infernas 
sedes Acherontis ad vmbras should be 
emended; see below s. v. Achervns]. 

ACHERONTEVS (= 'AxsQovzHoq). Of 
the river Acheron, q. v. VI 21521 (Rome, 
1 st ): non Acheronteis transvehar vm- 

BRA VADIS. 

ACHERVNS. The river of the lower 
world. See ACHERON. XI 6435 (Pi- 
saurum) : AD infernas sedes Achervntis 
ad vndas [= Carm. Lat. 434, emended]. 

ACHERVNT1NVS (sic). » Of Acerun- 
tia " , a town of Apulia ; see s. v. ACE- 
RENTINVS. 

ACHERVSIVS. u Of Acheron », q. v. 
VI 10764 (Rome) : set (sic) non hic 

MANIS (sic), NEC TEMPLA ACHERVs[i]a VI- 

si[t]; VII 250 (Eburacum): secreti ma- 
nes oj/i regna Achervsia Ditis incolitis. 
ACHILLES. (ACILES). The Homeric 
chieftain. Form Aciles on vases of Prae- 
neste, I 1500 = XIV 4106, 4109; on 
an engraved gem of unknown source, XI 
6716 1 ; on an « Arretine » vase, XI 
6700 430 . — III 686 (Philippi, 3 d ): Aea- 

CIDE (sic) LAVDAVIT CORPVS A[ci|HILL[l] 

clarvs Homervs. As name of race-horse, 
VI 10056 (Rome): Achille (abl.). 

ACHINA. A town of Aethiopia, on the 
Nile. VIII 16402 (Prov. Procons.) : C. Iv- 
livs Rv[fv]s, Achina. 

ACHIVVS. « Achaian » 3 i. e. « Greek ». 
VI 32323 (Coram. Lud. Saec, 17 B. C.) 
1. 90: [Caesar Avgvstvs immolavit ho- 
stiasJ prodigivas Achivo ritv ; VI 32329 



(ibid., 204) 1. 5 : immol[avit I]vnoni Re- 

GINAE VACCAM ALb[am] GraECO ACHIVO- 

rit[v] (sic). 

[ACICARVS. Name of a mythical (?) 
Babylonian sage, [= 'Axi'xaQog, Cf. Clem. 
Alex. Stromal. 115. 69, and Studemund, 
Jahrb. d. deutsch. Inst. (1890) p. 1]. 
XIII 3710 (Treveri, a mosaic): [Ac]i- 
car(vs)]. 

ACIES. «Battle-line», «battle. Mon. 
Ancyran. 2. 12 : vici b[is a]cie ; III 
14147 5 (Philae, 29 B. 0.) : [bis a]cie 
victor; Mon. Ancyran. 26. 21: cop[iae] 
caesae svnt in acie ; VIII 2581 (Lam- 
baesis, 2 nd ) : (cl)arvs vbiqve acie ; XI 705 
(Bononia): (Me) qvi in bello Thracico 
acie desideratvs FviT ; VIII 4416 (Lam- 
biridi): (Mi) desiderato in acie, V 7366 
(Dertona): (Me) aciae (sic) desideratvs. 

ACILI COMPITVM. A street in Rome 
leading to the Esquiline from the Coli- 
seum-valley. I 2 p. 214 = VI 32482 
(Rome, Fasti Ar Valium): Ticillo Soro- 

R(l0) AD COMPITVM ACILI. 

ACILI AN VS. «Of Acilius», (proper 
name). The figlinae Acilianae (at, or 
■ near, Tusculum?),XIV 4090 3 = XV 2224 
(Tusculum. a tile): de fig(lims) Acilia- 
nis; XV 1310 (Rome, a tile) : fig(linae) 
Acili(anae) — The praedia Aciliana, 
(perhaps the site of the above figlinae), 
XV 2225 (uncertain source, a tile): ex 
pr(aediis) Acili(anisP) — The fundus Aci- 
lianus etc., at Veleia, XI 1147 (Veleia, 
2 nd ) I 37: item fvnd(vm) Acilianvm Al- 
bonianvm Canianvm . . . (professus est). 

ACINATICIVM (sc. vinum) Wine 
made of grapes that have dried on the 
vine (as modern « vin santo » ). XV 4529 
(Rome, amphora): acin(aticivm) bonvm. 

ACINIPPONENSIS, ACINIPONENSIS. 
Of Acinippo (Acinipo), a town of Hispania 
Baetica, now Ronda la Vieja. II 1347 
(Acinippo), as corrected ib. p. 701 : plebs 
Acinipponensis ; ib. 1350 (ibid.): ordo 
Aciniponensis ; ib. 1351 (ibid.): decvrio- 
nvm Aciniponensivm. 

ACIONNA. A Gallic goddess, probably 
local deity of the spring now called I'Mu- 
vee, near Orleans. [Cf. Accion?] XIII 
3063 (Cenabum = Aureliani) : Avg(vstae) 
Acionnae sacrvm. 

ACIRGIANAE? figlinae. XV 2574 






ACIT 



ACTA 



(Borne, amphora): pigltn(ab) acir[~gia- 
nab]; XV 25744,2575 (ibid.), XII 5683 11 

(Vienna, (Jonava, Narbo, amphorae)'. 

AURGI. 

ACITAVONES. An Alpine tribe. V 
7817 (Tropaea Augnsti, 7-6 B. C.) = Pli- 
uius, //. N. Ill 187: gentes Alpinae de- 

VICTAE, ... ACITAVONES .... 

ACLETA. See ATHLETA. 

*ACMEMENO = Agamemnon. (Prae- 
nestine dialect) XIV 4108 (Praeneste, 
a bronze cista with mythological names) 
with figure of an oid man. 

[ACNIP. =? V (5888 (Alpis Poenina) : 
I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo). M. Svlpic(ivs) 
Marcellvs Acnip. (sic, perhaps for Agrip- 
pinensis, q. v.)]. 

ACOLVTVS, ACOLITVS, etc. (i. e. 
axoXovBog). In the early Christian hierar- 
chy, a low grade, next to the lector, q. v. 
[N. b. The forms in inscrr. point to aco- 
lvtvs; cf. Ital. accolito~\. Abbrev. acol., 
Rossi 1185 (Rome, f) — Carm. Lat. 758 
= Rossi II p. 65 1. 4 = p. 107 no. 53 
(Rome): haec Decorosvs amici depinxit 

IN VERTICE TYMBAE ACOLOTHVS ; RoSSi II 

p. 56 no. 16 (Rome): svscipe, Christe 
potens, acolvthi (ms. acomluthi) vota 
Georgi ; Bull. Arch. Or. I p. 25 (Rome, 
lamina aenea): tene me qvia fvgi, et 

REVOCA ME VlCTORI ACOLITO. Forms : 

acolvtvs, Rossi 631 (Rome, frgmt.), VIII 
13426 (Carthago); acolitvs, IX 1394 
(Aeclanum), Bull. Arch. Or. I p. 16 (Rome, 
4 th ), Rossi 1199 (Rome); acolitvs, X 4528 
(Capua), XIII 2375 (Lugudunum, 517); 
Acholitvs (as personal name), IX 2079 
(Beneventum); acoletvs, IX 1385 (Ae- 
clanum, 529), V 5692 (ager Mediola- 
nensis). 

ACONIANVS. « Of Aconius >. XI 
1147 (Veleia): cvm fvndo ... Aconiano. 

ACQVAERO. See ADQVIRO. 

ACQVIESCO. See ADQVIESCO. 

ACRA. The Acra Colopheia (cixoa Ko- 
XuHpeia), hills near Anticyra in Locris. 
Ill 567 (Delphi): ad monticvl[os ap- 
p|]ellatos acra Colo^pheia]. 

ACRAE. Name of a town, (perhaps that 
near Panticapaeum?), as birthplace of a 
soldier, III 14358 17 (Carnuntum). 

ACROAMA, ACRVAMA. Only in trans- 
ferred sense : « a player or reciter » at 



entertainments. [== dxQ6aiia~\. VI 1063 
(Rome, 3' 1 ): lvdos edidit de svis acroa- 
matis (sic); VI 1064 (ibid.): agentibvs 
commilitonibvs cvm svis acroamatibvs; 
VIII 6996 (Cirta, 210) : lvdos cvm mis- 
sil(ibvs) et acro(amatibvs); X 1074 (Pom- 
peii, 3-2 13. C.) : lvdos omnibvs acrva- 
matis (sic) pantomimisq_(ve) omnibvs, and 

LVDOS FACTIONE PRIMA. ADIECTIS ACRVAMA- 

tis (sic). 

ACROAMATICA. Subst. « A female 
player or reciter » at entertainments. VI 
8693 (Rome): (illae dat.) acroamat(icae) 
Graecae. 

ACROLITHVS. Of statues; « with 
extremities (head, hands, feet) made of 
stone » . VIII 8309 (Numidia) : simvla- 
crvm deae acrolithvm : Dessau, Inscrr. 
Select, hill (near Bagrada, 3 d ) : cvm sta- 
tvis Victoriarvm tribvs achroritis (sic). 

ACRON. Mythical King of the Caeni- 
nenses, slain by Romulus. I p 283 XXII 
= P p. 189 IV = X 809 (Pompeii, 
elogium) : isqve (i. e. Romulus Martis 

filiUS) PRIMVS DVX, DVCE HOSTIVM ACRONE 
rege Caeninensivm INTERFECTO, spolia 
opi[ma] Iovi Feretrio consecra[vitJ. 

ACSI. «As if". See s. v. AC. 

ACTA, -OR VM. «Deeds», «Official 
records » . [Abbrev. ACT. ; rarely ACJ. 

(A) In general, « deeds » , « acts » . 
Ill 7407 (Constantinopolis, 4 th ?): h[abet 

EIVS] CELVM (Sic) ANIMVM, ACTA ORBIS ] 

XIII 7234 (near Moguntiacum) : hospes, 

ADES PAVCIS ET PERLEGE VERSIBVS ACTA ; 

Ihm, Damasi Epigram. 57 1. 2 (Rome, f ) : 

CREVERAT HINC MERITIS QVONIAM MELIORI- 

bvs actis. Add in sing. (cf. actvs), V 6739 
(Vercellae, f): Sarmata qvod mervit ve- 

NERANDO PRESBITER ACTO. 

(B) ■ Official records >. VI 10048 
(Rome): actis continetvr (id quod se- 
quilur); VIII 15497 (Prov. Procons.): 
actis ordinis continetvr; VI 1771 
(Rome): licet formam dispositions acta 
contineant; VIII 18241 (Lambaesis): 

SICVT APVT (sic) ACTA POLLICITVS EST; VIII 

21627 (Arbal, 3 d ): secvndvm acta pv- 
blica; VI 2067 (Rome, Arval, 90) 1. 64: 

VT ACTA INSCVLPERENTVR MAGISTERI (U- 

lius). — In legal sense, VI 1527 (Rome, 
Laud. Turiae, B. C. 7-6) 1. 20: te ita 
patris acta defensvram. — In official 



ACTA AOTI 63 

functions, (1) ab actis senatvs, [cf. C. rivs) leg(ionis) ; III 7753 (Apnlum): 

/. G. 1133 etc.: inl xS)v VTiofivr^iazcov actarivs l(egati) l(egionis) xui G(eiyu- 

rfjg (TvyxXrjTov], a position of rank, VI nae); III 4232 (Scarbantia): ex act(ario) 

1337, 1373, 1377, 1517, 1527, 1549 leg(ionis) x G(eminae); II 2663 (Le- 

(Rome); XIV 3611 (Tibur, 2 nd ); X 1122 gio VII, 216): eqvites, in his actarivs, 

(Abellinum), 3722 (Volturnum); V 1874 leg(ionis) vii Gem(inae) Ant(oninianae) 

(Concordia); III 1457 (Sartnizegetusa, P(iae) Fe (icis) ; III 3392 (Campona): 

170), 10336 (Pannouia Sup, 2 nd ); VIII actarivs al(a)e; VII 458 (Vindomora?): 

7030 (Cirta, 2 nd ) — ad acta senatvs, actar(ivs) coh(ortis) iiii Br(ittonvm) 

Eph. Epigr. V 1345 (Antiochia Pisidiae) — Antoninia[nae]. 

cvrator actorvm senatvs, IX 2456 (Sae- ACTEANVS. Former slave of Acte Ne- 

pinum, 2 nd ) — praepositvs actis senatvs, ronis, (as cognomen). VI 15027 (Rome, 

VIII 18270 (Lambaesis). — (2) ab actis 1 st ): d(is) m(anibvs) Ti. Clavdi Avg. lib. 
imp(eratoris), X 6658 (Antium, 2 nd ). — Epicteti Acteani. 

(3) ab actis simply, VI 8694 (Rome): ACTENIANVS. The same as ACTEA- 

Philippo Avg(vsti) lib(erto) ab actis; VI NVS q. v., (as cognomen). X 7980 (01- 

8695 (Rome, 1 st ): T. Flavivs Avg. lib. bia Sardiuiae) : Clavdia Avg. L. Pythias 

Vestalis, adivtor ab actis. — (4) ad Acteniana. 

acta procvratoris, XIII 1822 (Lugudu- ACTIA. Games celebrated at Bostra in 

num) : Pompeio Felici ex acta procvra- honor of the victory of Octavianus at 

toris (sip, for * ex ad acta etc., i. e. who Actium. [Cf. ACTIONICES]. XIV 474 

had been ad acta etc.). — (5) Of the (Ostia): actia apvt (sic) Bo[s]tram. 

Acta Urbis: VIII 11813 (Maetaris): pro- ACTIA NICOPOLIS. A town founded 

c(vratori) Avg(vsti) ab actis Vrbis ; VIII by Augustus near Actium. Ill 7334 

4874 (Thubursicum Numid.) : optio ab (Serrhae, 2 nd ): Actiae Nicopoli. 

actis Vrbi (sic). [Cf. Eph. Epigr. IV ACTIACVS. (A) Of Actia Nicopolis, 

887 (Rome, 2 nd ) III 16: opt(io) ab ac- q. v. XI 38 (Ravenna): (ille) n(atione) 

(tis)]. — (6) Of the Acta Fori, cioilia: Attia(cvs) (szV) Nicop(olitanvs) — (B) Of 

IX 5839 (Auximum, 137): evoc(atvs) Actium. See s. v. Actiensis. 
Avg(vsti) ab actis Fori; IX 5840 (Auxi- ACTIANVS. « Understudy of Actius ». 
mum): evoc. Avg. ab act. Fori; IX 3733 IV 2155 (Pompeii, graffito): hic fvervnt 
(Atella, 2 nd ): evocato in Foro ab actis; cvm Martiale sodale Actiani Anicetiani 
II 4179 (Tarraco) : com(mentariensi) ab sinceri (i. e., of the actor Actius Anice- 
actis civilib(vs). tus, mentioned in other inscrr.). 

ACTARIVS. He that is in charge of ACTIENSIS. «Of Actium». P p. 61 

the ACTA, q. v. (Cf. AB ACTIS, AC- == IX 4191 (Fasti Amiternini, 32 B. C): 

TVARIVS). bellvm Acties(e) (sic) class(iarivm) ; XI 

Gen. sing, actarii or actari. Abbrev. : 623 (Forum Livi) : (ille) praef(ectvs) 

ex a., VIII 2626 (Lambaesis, 270-5) ora[e maritimae Hi]span(iae) Citer[ioris 

= ex a(ctario) ? [More probably for b]ello Actiensi ; I p. 471 = F p. 66 

exa(ctvs)J — act., actar. = IX 422 (Fasti Venusini, 31 B. C): 

(A) In private capacity, of slaves or bellvm Acti(ense), or Acti(acvm). 
freedmen : «accountant", possibly «short- ACTIO. «Legal action «, « presenta- 
handwriter». (Cf. notarivs). "VI 3401 tion of case ». [Cf. AGO]. II 1964 
= XIV 2255 (Albanum, 3 d ): (ille) acta- (Lex Malacit., 1 st ) LXVIII: tempvs ... 
r(ivs); VI 5182 (Rome, 1 st ): (ill i us) acta- qvo cavsam cognoscant actionemqve 
rii; VI 6224 (ibid.), 9107 (Rome): svam o'rdinent. Especially =« the right 
(illius) actari; VI 9106 (ibid.): (illi) to take legal action», «grounds for action», 
actario; VI 33822 (ibid.): (illi) accta- as II 1963 (Lex Salpens., 1 st ) XXVI; II 
Rio (sic). 1964 (Lex Malacit., 1 st ) LVIII, LXII, 

(B) In the army, (ala, cohors, legio), LXVII: qvi volet, cviqve per hanc le- 
the soldier detailed in charge of the acta, gem licebit, actio, petitio, persecvtio 
VIII 2554 (Castra Lambaesit.): act(a- esto; I 198 (Lex Repetund., 123-2 B. C.) 






ACTI 



ACTO 



. r >ii. 7."). 82: ,\ no nei esto; II 5439 | 
Ursont > . II r>. C.) Ill 2. :'><>: actio ne 
esto; VI 980 (Rome, I >: nlve cvi de 

EA RE ACTIO NEVE IVDICATIO ESTO I Y I 

[0298 (Rome): hi [ex hac] lege actio 
esto; I 1502 (Mediolanium ?, frgmt.): 
[eivs pecvniae] q_vi volet acti[o esto]. 
ACTIONICtS (= Uxuovefxrjs). - Tak- 
ing part in the games [Cf. ACTIA] in 
commemoration of the battle of Actium -. 
VI 10120 (Borne): choravlae Actionicae 

ET SEBASTONICAE. 

ACT1VM. Promontory on the coast of 
A ;i mania, famous for the naval victory 
of Octavianus over Antonius in 31 B. C. 
I p. 324 = 1* p. 244= IX 4192 (Fasti 
Amiternini) Sept. 2: Caes(ar) Divi f. 

Avgvstvs apvd Activm vicit, SE ET TlTIO 
cos.; I- p. 214 = VI 2295 = 32482 
{Fasti Arvalium) Sept. 2: feriae imp. 

CaESARIS ... QVOD EO DIE VICIT ACTIVM ; 

VI 2298 {Fasti Vallenses) Sept. 2: Ac- 
tivm]; Res Gest. divi Aug. cap. 25. 4: 
tota Italia ... me be^lli], q_vo vici ad 
Activm, dvcem depoposcit. 

ACTOR. In general, « one who acts », 
in the various senses of AGO q. v. ; 
■ Agent » , a actor » . 

[Abbrev. act., actor, sing, and plur. 
Rarelv a. (cf. above, A, p. 6 col. 2 § 5); 
acto.; VI 33823; acct. (sic), IX 6083 111 . 
Note actori abl., Ill 67 ; avctor, bv 
mistake, IX 2827]. 

(A) * Agent » or « administrator » . II 
5181 (Lex Metal. Vipasc, 1 st ) 1. 5: con- 
dvctori, socio actorive eivs and seq. ; 
Eph. Epigr. IX p. 69 no. 176 (Baetica, 
2 nd -3 (1 ) : hoc fvit providentia actoris!; 
VI 3728 = 31046 (Rome): actores de 
Foro Svario. Verv freq. of slaves, merely 
named actor, or ser(vus) actor. Exx. In 
Rome. VI 41, 306, 365-6, 585, 669, 688, 
721, 771, 1464, 3709 = 30997, 3714 
= 31007, 6995, 7284, 7367, 8696-7, 
9108-9129. 10229,29712, 33823-33828; 
XV 1049. — In Italv, XIV 372, 469 
(Ostia), 2251 (ager Albanus), 2792 (Ga- 
bii); X 284-5 (Tegianum). 419-21 (Vol- 
cei). 1909-12 (Puteoli), 4600 (Caiatia); 
XI 140 (Ravenna), 1952 (Perusia), 2657 
(Col. Saturnia), 3299 (Aquae Apollina- 
res), 3732 (Lorium), 4427 (Ameria), 4661 
(Tuder), 4752 (ager Tudertinus), 6076 



( I'rviuum Mataurense), 6545 (Sassina, or 
Concordia; cf. V 1939); IX 322 (Cannae), 
425 (Venusia), 1717. 2113 (Beneventum), 
3052 (Interpromium), 3579 (pagua Pificu- 
lanus), 4129 (Aequiculi), 4326, 4513 (ager 
Ainitcriiinus), 5377 (Kiimuni Picenuui), 
6083« (Antinum), 6083" (Lariuum), 
(.(is:;" (Aeclanum), 6083" 1 (Septempeda), 
6083 1 " (uncertain); V 90 (Pola), 1035 
1049 (Aquileia), 5048 (Ausugum), 5318 
(Comum), 7473 (Industria). — In the 
eastern provinces, III 67 (Thebae Egvpti), 
704 (Macedonia), 1181-2 (Apulum), 1549 
(Munic. Tibiscum), 1573 a (Ad Mediam), 
4445 (Carmintum), 5616.5622 (Noricum), 
8445 (Narona), 12419 (Moesia inf.), 
14206 18 (Macedonia), 1421 1 2 (Oescura), 
14356 5a (Pannonia Sup.). — In Africa, 
VIII 2803 (Lambaesis), 8209 (Milev), 
10734 (ager Thamugadensis), 10962 
(Africa, = X 8045). — Note ex actor 
= « retired agent » , ex-agent » , « former 
agent », etc. (and distinguish carefully 
from ex actor = exactor q. v.), VI 
8697 a (Rome), IX 4186 (Amiternum). — 
Actores specified as of an estate etc. 
(instead of master's name), XIII 2533 
(Ambarri): actor fvndi Ammatiaci ; XII 
2250 (Gratianopolis) : actoris hvivs loci ; 
VI 721 (Rome): actor praediorvm Ro- 
man ianorvm ; V 5005 (Riva) : actor prae- 
diorv^m] Tvblinat[ivm]. — In conjunc- 
tion with another function, VI 9130 
(Rome) : ser(vvs) not(arivs) et act(or) ; 
VI 31652 (ibid.): ser(vvs) act(or) ark(a- 
rivs) ex Africa; X 6592 (Velitrae): acto- 
ri et agricolae. Note V 8337 (Aquileia, 
244): act(or) in rat(ionibvs) (illius), of 
a freedman. — Adores in the public or 
imperial service, VI 8688 (Rome) ; C. Iv- 
Lio Basso Aemiliano actori Caesaris ad 
Castor(em) et ad loricata(m) et ad av- 
ctoritatem ; VI 8850 (Rome) : Nitori Do- 
mitiaes (sic) Avg(vstae) actori a frv- 
mento; X 1913 (Puteoli) : Onesimo acto- 
ri) ferr(ariarvm) ; VI 8591 (Rome): 

IVCVNDVS AVG. LIB. ACTOR XXXX Gal(lIA- 

rvm) ; IX 5859 (Auximum) : Restvtvs 
actor ali(mentorvm); VII 318 (Plumpton- 
wall) : Ivlivs Avgvstalis act(or) Ivl(ii) 
Lvpi praef(ecti). — Actores connected 
with the temple service, VIII 15894 
(Sicca): deae Veneris actor; XI 2686 



ACTH 



ACTV 



65 



(Volsinii): Primitivvs deae Nortiae ser- 
(vvs) act(or). 

(B) Connected with municipia etc. (in 
a juridical capacity), VI 31807 (Rome): 
Diogenes ser(vvs) actor r[ei pvbl(icae)] 
Calenorvm; IX 2827 (BucaJ: actorem 
mvnicipi Histonensivm and ACTORIBVS Hl- 
stonensivm and avctorem (sic) Histo- 
nensivm; X 4904 (Venafruni): Marcvs 
act(or) rei p(vblicae) Venafr(anorvm) ; 
X 7225 (Lilybaeum) : Logvs ser(vvs) 
act(or) Port(vs) Lilybit(a)ni ; XI 2714 
(Volsinii) : Primitivvs r(ei) p(vblicae) ser- 
(vvs) act(or) ; III 14437 2 (Tropaeum 
Traiani): act(or) c(ivitatis); XIII 1684 
(Ara Rom. et Aug.): actori pvblico; 
XIII 2949 (Agedincurn): actor p(vblicvs) 
pagi Tovt(iaci?) and act(or) [p(vblicvs)] 
qvinqvenn(alis) civit(atis); X1I1 3106 
(Namnetes) : actor vicanor(vm). 

(C) In court, « attorney » , « prosecu- 
tor". VI 33866 (Rome, f) : [cavsarvm 
no]bilis actor; Rev. Arch. (1904) p. 310 
= Notiz. (1903) p. 575 (Praeneste, 4 th ): 
(illo) v(iro) p(erfectissimo) actore cav- 
sarvm. 

(D) On the stage, « actor ». VI 10118 
(Rome) : ^q_var]tarvm in mimis saltanti- 

BVS VTILIS ACTOR. 

ACTRIX. « Female agent ■ . XI 1730 
(Florentia); Prastinia Maximina actrix 

C(ONSVLARIS) DOMVS. 

ACTVARIVS. Subst. derived from 
ACTVS as ACTARIVS q. v. from ACTA. 
«A clerk». XI 6168 (Suasa): M. Va- 

LERIO FLORENTIO ACTVARIO COM1TVM 1MP(e- 

ratoris) ; III 6059 = 6988 (Nicomedia) : 

VaLERIO VlNCENTIO ACTVARIO PROTECTO- 

rvm; V 1595 (Aquileia, f) : Lavtvs actoa- 
rivs (sic) s(an)c(t)ae eccl(esiae) Aqvi- 
l(eiensis). 

ACTVM. See above s. v. ACTA. 

ACTVS. (A) « Deed », « act ». 

(B) ■ The right of driving » . [Cf.'AGO]. 

(C) actvs (illius) in technical sense, of 
the auditing of merchandize received. 

[Abbrev. : a., V 3683 (Verona); act., 
VI 10562 (Rome); actib., XI 15 (Ra- 
venna). — Forms : ace. sing, actv., VIII 
240 (Sufetula) ; ace. plur. actos (and 
actvs in following line), V 5737 (ager 
Mediolanensis, 523)]. 

(A) In general, « act » , " deed » . VI 

Thes. linguae lot. epigr. 



1739, 1740 (Rome, 4 tb ): (illi) nobil.tate 
et actibvs praecipvo; VI 1742 (ibid.): 
(illi) nobilitate actibvsqve ad exemplvm 
praecipvo; VI 1759 (Rome, 389): (illi) 
in actv pvblico FiDELi ; VI 14093 (Rome) : 
consorti actvs et ANiMi ; V 5737 (ager 
Mediolanensis, 523) : respvit inlicitos 

PROBROSI CRIMINIS ACTOS (sic), INSVLTVS 

ivvenis nvllvs (sic) SVRREPSIT IN actvs ; 
V 6722 (Vercellae, f ) : sermonibvs com- 
plens actibvs ipse svos ; V 6729 (ibid.): 

MORIBVS AC VITA SIMILIS ACTVQ_VE MODE- 
STO ; V 6742 (ibid.): omni strenvvs 
actv; Edict. DiocleL, Introd. II 13: haec 
commvnis actvs debebit esse moderatio ; 
XI 15 (Ravenna): pro ac[ti]b(vs) svis 
testimonivm; VI, 31937-8 (Rome, 534) : 
actibvs vrbanis miscebas gavdia rvris ; 
IX 339 (Oanusium) : in omni actv vitae 
svae; VIII 240 = 11344 (Sufetula): ob 

INNOCENTE ACTV (sic) IN [VTRO^QVE II VI- 

ratv; VIII 4393 (Seriana): ob eximiam 

INTEGRITATEM ACTVS EIVS ; VIII 9249 (Rll- 

sguniae) : pro meritis actibvs; VIII 15719 
(Sicca): post magnos actvs; VIII 20162 

(CuiClll) : CVM MAGNA LAVDE ACTVS ET DI- 

sciphnae svae; XII 481 (Massilia. -J-): mens 

INTENTA BONIS TOTO CVI TEMPORE VITAE 
ACTIBVS EGREGIIS VNICA c[v]rA FVIT ; XII 

2384 (Augustum, f, 491) : virginales 
actvs; XIII 3256 (Remi, 4 th ): nobilis 

EXIMIOS FAMVLIS NON IMPVTAT ACTVS ; XIII 

3841 (Treviri, f): omni actv Salvatoris 
D(omi)ni praecepta servavit; Rossi II 
p. 52 1. 9 (Rome, f): implebatoj/e actv 
qvicqvid sermone docebat ; Carm. Lat. 
1414 = Rossi II p. 106. 49 (Rome, f) 

DESTITIT INLICITIS ACTIBVS ESSE REVS 

Bramb. 39 (Zeeland): ob meliores actvs 
Le Blant 180 (Civitas Turonum, f): con- 
fessor meritis, martyr crvce, apostvlvs 
actv; ib. 425 (Vienna, 6 th ): nobilior me- 
ritis ET VITAE CLARIOR ACTV ; ib. 562 

(Arverni, f, 5 th ); mvndanos soboli (sic) 
REFVNDIT actvs. 

(B) « The right of entering a reserved 
area (of a tomb etc.) with beasts of burden 
or vehicles». [Cf. aditvs, ambitvs, hav- 
stvs, iter, itvs, via]. II 5439 (Lex Ur- 
sonemis, 44 B. C.) II 3. 1 : ad eos rivos, 

FONTES, LACVS AQVASQVE, STAGNA, PALVDES 
ITVS, ACTVS , AOJ/AE HAVSTVS . . . ESTO ; VI 

8867, 10231, 10235, 10238, 10562 

9 






ACTV 



AD 



(Borne); \n ia); I 129] = IX 

t Amiteminus, B. C); 'X 1792 

(Foram NoTum); X 5870 (Fratta M;n, r - 

n I; V 368 19 (Verooa); XI 250 

(Ravenna); 111 9315 (Salonai 

\civs (Mius), apparently in techni- 
cal sense of - work performed, registered, 
audited, listed -. in inscrr. painted on 
phora handles: XV 1098, U02-4. II 11. 
II 12,411 1,4118,4137,4174, 1425,4483. 
[Cf. actvnv nemini, unexplained, XV 4100, 
4101; [ac]tvm Blvpae. XV 4122]. 

acvarivs. See aqvarivs. 

A.CVINVS. [Apparently for * AQVI- 
NVS], A local divinity of the Pejus 
Aq in Dacia. Ill" 1403 = 7889 

(Aquae); dedicated; Acvino dom(estico). 

[ACVMEN. - Pinnacle -. Le Blant 
198 (=Venant. Fortnnai, Miscell., III 

7 I : AEDIS acvmen]. 

ACVNTVM. See AGVONTVM. 

ACVO, -ERE. « To sharpen -. meta- 
phorically. VI 1721 i Koine. 435): inter 
arm a litter.is militabat, et in alpibvs 
acvebat eloq_vivm. 

ACVS. - Needle -. and hence. « needle- 
work -. Edict. Dioclet. (Ill p. 1936) 7. 
•VI: [cTentvnclvm (5/6') primvm ornatvm 
ab acv"= rf^ihna .Towrffor] x[f]xro]o"- 
[fjuf]fjievov a[7rJo (ii^Xovrjg^ ; YI 6182 
(Rome): tan [sic) cito pictor acv Sty- 

GIA(S) DELATVS AD VMBRAS, QVAM PVER IN- 
GENIO NOTVS IN ARTE SVA. 

ACVTARVS = ? [Maker of nails?? 
Cf. ACVTVS.] VI 9103 = 31895 
(Rome): Felix acvtarvs. 

ACVTIANVS fundus. An estate near 
Veleia. XI 1147 (Veleia, 2 ni1 ) I 71: 
[fundum) Vetvtianvm Acvtianvm; ib. IV 
26: fvnd(os) sive agros Acvtianos. Ve- 

TVLIANOS. VlRlANOS. 

ACVTVS. Only in a fragmentary graf- 
fito of Pompeii. IV 1313: acvtas qvam 
delicatas times . . . 

ACVTVS. -VS. malformed of 4 th decl. 
instead of 2 . a suhst «Nail» (as in- 
strument v( torture). Bull. Arch. Cr. 
(1900) p. 308 (Rome, fresco. 8 th ): vbi 
- n)c(tv)s Cviricvs [sic) acvtibv(s) co\- 

FICTVS [S C) E[s]T. 

AD. Prep, with ace. - To », - at -. 
- 1>\ - . . near - . - for - etc. 



Synopsis of Arrangement. 

I. Fohms etc. (a) Forms, (b) Construction. 

1 Position. 

II. Use. (A Local. 1. Denoting motion (wAtlAer). 

(a) Dependent on verbs of motion towards 
(actual or metaphorical, including adding, 

. appertaining, etc.). (b) Similar, with 
Terh omitted, (c) Distance to a place, expr — 
ed by AD. VSQVE AD. (d) With num- 
bers. — 2. Denoting rest (where), (a) Depen- 
ding "ii verbs of being, staying etc. (b) Pre- 
positional phrases : u by n, a near », « at « 
(c) In place names, [d) Functions, public and 
private. (B Relational, fa) Denoting pur- 
pose or result: 1 simply, 2 with gerundive. 

(b) Dependent on adjectives (c) In phrases, 
with sense: «in regard ton, «in reply ton, 
« according to » and the like. (C) Temporal. 
(D) Notabilia. 

I. Forms etc. (a) Forms, at very 
freq. at all times and places. [Cf. the 
converse, ad. adqve = at, atqve q. v.] 
Exx. in Rome: I 206 1. 7 (Lea; Iulia 
Mimic). VI 142. 1463, 1877, 2085 
= 32379, 3198 = 32783. 8999, 10062, 
10185. 10297, 10412, 11131, 13075, 
16746. 17072, 22083, 23606, 26153 a, 
26942, 27933, 29782, 29958, 31066, 
32808, 33234, 34780. — In towns of 
Italy, XIV 380, 1214, 1731 (Ostia), 2496 
(age'r Tusculanus). 2795 (Gabii), 3857 
(Tibur); I 1252. IV 1880, 2013, X 787 
(Pompeii); X 807P (Herculaneum) ; X 
8259 (Tarracina). 6565 (Velitrae), 7307 
(Panormus), 7569. 7570 (Carales); IX 
2893 (Histonium), 3314 (Superaequum), 
3473 (Peltuiuum); XI 330 (Ravenna), 
1436 (Pisae), 1616 (Florentia), 3283 
(Aquae Apollinares), 6078 (Urvinum), 
6107 (Petra Pertusa), 6435 (Pisaurum) : 
V 3342. 3408, 4015 (Verona), 6876 (Al- 
pjs Poenina), 8003 (Altinum). — In the 
eastern provinces, III 295 = 6829 (An- 
tiochia Pisidiae), 536 (Corinthus), 586 
: 12306 (Lamia), 633 (Philippi), 1968, 
2397 (Salooae). p. 959 (Alburnus Maior), 
7505 (Troesmis). 7526 (Istrus), 8135 (Vi- 
minacium). 9315, 9567 (Salonae), 10716 
(Pannonialnf.). 12489 (Troesmis), 13827 
(Doclea). — In Africa, VIII 284 (Prov. 
Bvzac). 1557 (Agbia). 2340, 2438 (Tha- 
mogadi), 4194, 4240 ( Verecunda). 4387 
(Seriana), 4579 (Diana). 5365 (Calama), 



AD 



AD 



67 



5798 (Signs), 7044 (Cirta), 7990, 7998 
(Rusicade), 10833 (Zattara). 14683 (Si- 
mitthus), 15476 (Prov. Procons.), 15677 
(Ucubi), 15930 (Sicca), 17896 (Thamu- 
gadi), 18800 (Numidia), 19122 (Signs), 
19525 (Cirta), 20711 (Tigzirt), 20836 
(Rapidum), 20857 (Tipasa), 21511 (Car- 
tenna). — In Spain, II 4514 (Barcino), 
5439 (Lex Ursonensis). Cf. Spanish am- 
phorae pictae, XV 3976, 4371 (Rome, 
2 nd ). — In Gaul, XIII 1910 (Lugudu- 
num); XII 1981, 5691 5 (Vienna). — In 
Britain, VII 1310 (Vernlaminm). — ad is 
rarely abbreviated a. Exx.: VI 10562, 
18312 (Rome), V 2 p. 945 (Alburnus 
Maior, 159). Note: at a late period ad 
is corrupted to a, as Le Blant N. R. no. 323 
(Mandonrel) : a Deo onorem (sic). 

(b) Construction. Ad is consistentl} r 
followed by the ace. [Note : in VIII 9998 
(Africa) : pertenebit (sic) at (sic) liber- 

TOS LIBERTABVSQVE POSTERl[s]Q_VE EORVM, 

the writer has passed from the ace. after 
ad to the common dat. formula libertis 
libertabvsqve etc. j in VIII 12120 (Prov. 
Byzac.) : ad miserabile mortis, perhaps a 
word has fallen out]. Apparent exceptions 
are probably only corruptions of the ace. 
termination. (Cf. Diehl, Be M. Finali 
Epigr. pp. 56-63). Exx. : ad aede, Mon. 
Ancvran. 21.22; annona, VI 8450 (Rome); 
Appia, VI 22297 (Rome); argentv, VI 
5746 (Rome); basilica, VI 33895 (Rome, 
4 th ); beatv, III 10232 (Sirmium, f) ; 
Cale, XI 3283-4 (Aquae Apollinares); 
calice, Bull. Arch. Cr. (1890) p. 75 
(Rome); capella, X 3160 (Pnteoli); ci- 
sterna, VI 26942 (Rome); Decvmo, XI 
3282 (Aquae Apollin.) ; diae, die, VI 7652, 
13075 (Rome); dieta, VI 29774 (Rome); 
ea q_vantitate, VIII 19122 (Signs); fa- 
brica, XI 5939 (Tifernum Tiberinum) ; 
fatalem die, VI 19213 (Rome); fine, VI 
8999 (Rome) ; finem vltimaq_ve hora, X 
6785 (Pandateria) ; firmam stabilitate, X 
6656 (Antium) ; fotsa --fossa, VI 10185 
(Rome); honore, VI 10055 (Rome), Bull. 
Arch. Cr. (1880) p. 145 (Orvieto, 9 th ); 
instrvmentv, VIII 12898 (Carthago) ; le- 
gione prima, VI 3198 = = 32783 (Rome) ; 
legitima, VIII 4187 (Verecunda) ; lvna, 
Dessau, laser. Select. 5145 (Pompeii); 
medianvs martyres, III 9546 (Salonae); 



mensam Thisidvensi, VIII 13188 (Car- 
thago); Minerva, III p. 2328 09 (Bulga- 
ria, 138), Rev. Arch. (1900) p. 39 
(ibid.); ib. p. 352 (ibid.); monimentv, 

I 1393 = XI 1950 (Perusia), VI 12258 
(Rome); month, VIII 20857 (Tipasa); 
nostrvm inmatvrv, VI 35769 (Rome) ; 
nvce, VI 28644 (Rome) ; occidente, 
VI 10154 (Rome); X 2792 (Puteoli); 
ordine, V 7872 (Cemenelum); Pale, XI 
3282 (Aquae Apollinares); porta, VI 
3038 (Rome); Porta Trigemina, VI 9488 
(Rome) ; portv, XI 3283 (Aquae Apolli- 
nares) ; q_ve ad modvm, II 5439 (Lex 
Ursonensis) IV 2. 14; remvnerandam .. . 
benevolentia, XI 5749 (Sentinum); ropo- 
sitriv = repositoriu, VIII 9426 (Caesa- 
rea) ; spe, III 12411 (Moesia Inf.) ; sta- 
tione, V 2 p 925 (Dacia, 161); svmmv, 
VI 8123-4 (Rome); svperciliv, IX 2827 
(Buca); veste, VI 4477 (Rome, 1 st ); viam 
Campana, VI 29772 (Rome); Vicesimo, 
XI 3282 (Aquae Apollinares); vil(l)a sva, 

III 14214 20 (Carsium); vinv, VIII 14683 
(Simitthus). — ■ Ad with ace. omitted, esp. 
aedem. Exx. ad Cereris, XI 3083 (Fa- 
lerii); ad Isis, VI 19151 (Rome); ad 
Martis, VI 10234 (Rome), XIV 4012 
(Piculea), XI 3281-4 (Aquae Apollina- 
res); ad Pietatis, VI 10037 (Rome). So, 
ad L. Tondei (sc. agrura), I 1143 (Prae- 
neste); ad Mvrciae (sc. vallem), I p. 284 
XXIII = I 2 p. 189. V = XI 1626 (Ar- 
retium, elogium). 

(c) Position. Ad is often joiued to the 
following word. Exx.: adalta, Rossi 159 
(Rome, f, 363) ; adamphithiatrvm (sic), 

IV 1421 (Pompeii, graffito); adaras, ad- 
Calem, XI 3281-4 (Aquae Apollinares); 
adb(alneas). VIII 2568 (Castra Lam- 
baes.); adcensvs, XII 408 (Massilia); 
adcircvm, I 1412 (Asisium), I 2 p. 252. 

II (frgmt. of fasti), XI 6050 (Urvinum 
Mataurense) , adclaritatem, XI 6714 
(Saena) ; adcommvsta (sic), IX 3284 
(Aquae Apollinares); addecvmvm, XI 3282 
(ibid.); addvosolaria, XI 3284 (ibid.); 

ADEVM, ADEAM, ADEOS, I 20(3 (LeX IuUa 

Manic, 45 B. C); adfines, XI 3281-4 
(Aquae Apoll.); adhominem, Pais 511 
(Ateste) : adhoram, VI 1261 (Rome); ad- 
latvs, VI 30048 (Rome), IX 1617 (Be- 
neventum, . 2 nd ) ; adlvcos, XI 3282-3 



88 



AD 



i Aqua»' Apoll.); adMartis, XI .'!284 
(ibid.); adMwhuv • \..tiz. (1898) p. 18 
(Sardinia); admonimentvm, III 7o:i (Phi- 
lippi); admorvm, XI 8281- I (Aquae Apol- 
lin.i; apMvrciae. 1 p. 284 XXIII = I» 
p. 189 V i Arrt'timn ) : adnova, adnovlas, 
XI 3281-4 (Aquae Apnllin.): adoceanvm, 
II 4697 (Baetica, 79); adolev \, II 1180 
(Hispalis, 2 nd ); adopera. XII 5336 (Narbo, 

5 lh ); ADPALEM, adportvm, ADPRAETOKIVM, 

adsoi.aria. XI 3281-4 (Aquae Apollin.); 
adpristinam. III 12736 (Mimic. Domavia- 
Dum); adstatvas. II 4230 (Tarraco, 2 nd ); 
adterminvm. I 198 1. 13 {Scnte/ii. Mimic, 
117 B. C); adtrit(ones), III 1968 (Sa- 
lonae, 4 th ); atritones (sic), III 1967 
(ibid.); attvrres (sic), XI 3288 (Aquae 
Apollin.); advicesimo (sic), XI 3282 
(ibid.). Ad is rarely postpositive. II 2145 

(OblllcO): SI QVIS TITVLVM AD MEI NOMI- 

nis astiterit; VI 9403 (Rome): qva ad 
vixit bene; I 37 (Rome, Scipio frgmt.): 
[qv]o ad veixei (sic). (Cf. Q.VOAD); 
q_vem ad modvm, IV 3340 VI (Pompeii, 
auction-tablet, 54), II 5439 LXXVIII 
(Lex Ursonensis), II 6130 (Tarraco), 
Brans. Fontes, p. 277; qve (sic) ad mo- 
dvm, VI 8861 (Rome). 

For vsqve ad, ad . . . vsoj/e, see S. V. 

VSQVE, ADVSQVE ; for AD . . . VERSVS (vOR- 

svs), see s. v. adversvs. 
II. Use. 

(A) Local. (1) Denoting motion (iv hither). 

(a) Dependent on verbs of motion to- 
wards (actual and metaphorical, inclu- 
ding, addian, writing, appertaining etc.). 
ABIRE. VIII 7427 (Cirta): haec abit ad 
svperos. — ACCEDERE. V 2 pp. 925, 927 
(Alburnus Maior, 167): non accessisse 
ad Aluvrnvm; X 3704 (Cumae): ad ho- 
norem qvoqve dvvmviratvs ... accessit; 

V 2781 (Patavium, 4 th ), III 12043 (Lyt- 

tllS. 4 th ): AD ACCVSATIONEM ACCESSISSE J 

VIII 1557 (Agbia): at (sic) cvivs sectam 

NVMQVAM ACCEDI POTEST. ACCIPERE. 

V 1686 (Aquileia, f): est accepta ad 
spirita sancta (tic). — ADDERE. VIII 
4187, 4243 (Verecunda): additis ad le- 
gitimam hs. (tot): ib. 4193 (ibid.): additis 
ad leg(itimam) svmmam hs. (tot). — ADI- 
CERE. VI 2491 (Rome) : (ille) ad[.]ec.t 
ad monvment(vm) ... p(edes) (tot) ; VI 



AD 

30881 (Rome): ad q_vam svmmam adiecit 
(tot); VIII 4194 (Verecunda): adiectis 
at (tie) i-egitimam hs. (tot); VIII 17164 
(Thubursicum Numid.) : ad£i]ectis ... ad 
legitimam [svmm]am (tot); VIII 19122 
(Signs): adiectis at (sic) ea(m) qvanti- 
tate(m) ... (/o/). — ADIRE. 1 199 1. 45 
(Sentent. Minucior., 117 B. C): ad nos 
adeant. — ADLECTVS. VI 1984 (Rome, 
I st ): ad nvmervm; VI 2065 (Rome, Ar- 
val, 87): ad Fratres Arvales ; XI 5215 
( Fulginiae): ad mvnera. — ADMITTERE. 
V 532 (Tevgeste, 2 nd ) : adm[it]tendo ad 

HONOREM COMMVNIONEM ET VSVRPATIO- 

n[em].— APPLICARE. VI 16746, 29900-2 
(Rome): ad hoc monvmentvm vstrinvm 

APPLICARI NON LICET. ASPORTARE. 

Ill 8135 (Viminacium) : nec carvm ci- 

NEREM AT (sic) TERRAM ASPORTARE PATER- 
NAM qvivit. — ATTINERE. Ill 781 
(Tvra, 201): q.vod attinet ad ipsos. — 
AVFERRE. Ill 21521 (Rome): me ad si- 

DERA CAELI ABLATVM QVERERIS. AV- 

GERE. X 1217 (Abella): qvod avxerit 

EX SVO AD ANNONARIAM PECVNIAM. AVO- 

CARE. XIII 1668 II 1. 38 (Ara Rom. et 
Aug , oration of Claudius) : cvm ... ad 

BELLVM AVOCATVS ESSET. CADERE. VIII 

213 (Cillium, 2 nd ): dvm cadis ad mvl- 

TOS, EBRIA MVSA, IOCOS. CEDERE. VI 

13823 (Rome): ad it (sic) sepvlchrvm 
hortvs ... cedat. — COGERE. Ill 3989 
(Siscia): vos itaq_(ve) inferi, ad Q_yos 

ME PRAECIPITEM Dl SVPERI COEGERVNT. 

COMPELLERE. X 114 (Petelia) : hi qvi 
ad mvnvs avgvstalit[a]]tis compellen- 
tvr. — CONFERRE. Hon. Ancyran. 21. 
27: MVNIC1PIIS ET colonis Italiae confe- 

RENTIBVS AD TRIVMPH?[s] MEOSJ III p. 1928 

(Edict. Dioclet.) Introd. I 11: ad com- 

MVNE OMNIVM TEMPERAMENTVM ... CONFE- 

ratvr. — CONFVGERE. Mon. Ancyran. 
32. 54: ad me svpplices confvg^ervnt]]; 
III 7000 (Orcistus, 331): [a]d avxilivm 
pietatis vestrae [conf]vgimvs. — CON- 
TENDERE. XIII 1910 (Lugudunum) : at 

(SIC) STVDIVM LIBERALIVM ART1VM . . . CON- 
TENDS. — CONVENIRE. VIII 2728 
(Lambaesis): ad compertvsionem montis 
convenervnt. — CONVERTERE. VIII 
2532 = 18042 (Castra Lambaes., 2 nd ): 
convertvit (sic) vos ad hanc exercita- 
[tionem]. — DAMNARE. II 6278 (S. C. 



' 



AD 



\u 



69 



Italicense) 1. 58: damnatvm ad gla- 
divm. — DARE. I 197 (Lex Bantiae, 
123-118 B. C.) : [praedes] ad q_(vaesto- 
rem) vrb(anvm) det ; Eph. Epigr. IX p. 1 
(Lex Munic. Tarentim): praedes prae- 

D1AQVE AD IIII [VIR(OS)] DET | VI 15477 

(Rome): ad aerarivm sex milia dabet (sic)', 
IX 2689 (Aesernia) : iste mvlvs me ad 
factvm dabit! — DECEDERE. Carm. Lat. 
787 = Rossi II 83 (Rome, f): decedis 
martyr ad astra. — DECIDERE. VI 
10078 (Rome): decidi ad vmbr(as). — 
DEDVCERE. IV 2013 (Pompeii, graf- 
fito): AT PORTA (SIC) DEDVCES ILLVC (sic, 

= deducis Mud) ; X 4734 (Sinuessa, 71) : 
dedvct(ae) ad eam villam (sc. aquae). — 
DEFERRE. I 198 (Lex Repetund., 123-2 
B. C.) XXIX: pr(aetor) ad q_vem eivs 
nomen de[latvm erit] and praetor, post- 
QVAM nomen ad se delatvm erit ; Mon. 
Ancyran. 17. 35: vt sestertivm (tot) ad 

EOS QJ/I PRAERANT (sic) AERARIO DETVLE- 

rim; III 6687 (Berytus): delatvs ... ad 
aerarivm; VI 1711 (Rome, 5 th ): frvmenta 

CVM AD HAEC LOCA CONTERENDA DETVLE- 

rint ; VI 6182 (Rome) : Stygia[s] delatvs 
ad vmbras ; XIV 510 (Ostia) : svbito de- 
latvs ad vmbras ; X 2752 (Puteoli) : (ilia) 

QJ/AE CASTVM CORPVS D1TVLIT (sic) AD CI- 

nerim (sic); V 2417 (Ferrara) : hvnc ca- 
svs pvtei detvlit ad cineres; Le Blant 
353 = Carm. Lat. 772 = Kraus 158 
(Col. Agrippin., f): ad Xpm. detvlit a'n- 
nos. — DEMERGERE. VI 32808 (Rome) : 
hvnc demersit ad Styga Plvton. — DE- 
PONERE. VIII 8995 (Saldae, 3 d ): depo- 

SITA AD SOLVM DOMO SVA VETERI J VIII 

19525 (Cirta, devotio): deponas evm at 
(sic) tartara. — DESCENDERE. I 1492 
(Rome): qvi ad svffragia descendvnt; 
VI 7886 (Rome): molliter ad matrem 

PLACIDI DESCENDITE MANES J VIII 4440 

(Lamasba) : Clavdiana (sc. aqua) descen- 
dit ad Matricerigavda. — DESTINARE. 
Ill 295 = 6829 (Antiochia Pisidiae) : 

PECVNIAM DESTINAVIT Pe[r] TESTAMENTVM 

a[t[] certamen gvmnicvm (sic). — DE- 
VEHERE. VI 4709 (Rome, 1 st ): devecta 
ad locvm. — DICTAR.E. X 7457 (Ce- 
phaloedium, 175) : cvm ad te haec dicta- 
rem. — DIMITTERE. VIII 696 = 11914 
(Thigibba): Stygias mi[ser]vm dimisit ad 
vmbras. — DIRIGERE. Ill 12134 (Tlos) : 



OMNES AD COMITATVM NOSTRVM ILICO DI- 

r[igantvr]. — DVCERE. IV 2450 (Pom- 
peii, graffito) : ad locvm dvxservnt (sic) 
mvlierem; III 586 (Lamia, 2 nd ): rigor 
at (sic) fontem ... dvcat ; V 3408 (Ve- 
rona): in porticv qvae £d]vcit ad Lvdvm 
Pvblic(vm); VI 19007 (Rome): (illam) 

TENERAMQVE AD TARTARA DVXIT; V 5279 

(Comum) : dvcetis se ad vos; VIII 12792 
(Carthago): dvceris ad Stygiam ... ra- 
tem ; Boldetti, Osserv. p. 232 (Rome, f, 
2 nd ): ad svpplicia dvcitvr; Bull. Arch. 
Or. (1888-9) p. 80 (Vercellae, -J-): dvci 
ad Dominvm; Le Blant 708 (Venasque): 

VSQVE AD SVMMA HONORVM CVLMENA (sic) 

dvxit. — EDVCERE. I 198 XIX (Lex 
Repetund., 122-1 B.C.): (evm) ad ivdi- 
cem iniovs (sic) edvcito. — ELIGERE. 
VI 1419 (Rome): (Ml) electo ad ivdi- 
cand(as) sacr(as) [appellationes] ; X 
5398 (Aquinum, 214): elect(o) ad cor- 
rig(endvm) statvm Italiae; II 4230 (Tar- 
raco, 2 nd ) : electo . . . adstatvas (sic) av- 
randas; VIII 9247 (Rusguniae): ad cavsas 

FISCALES TVENDAS ELECTO. EMITTERE. 

IX 2438 (Saepinum, 168): vt epistvlas 
emittant ad eosdem ; Carm. Lat. 1198 
(Lugudunum) : temere emissvs non ad mea 
fvnere claws. — EVEHERE. VI 1730, 
1731 (Rome, 4 th ): (Mi) ad colvmen re- 
giae adfinitatis evecto; XII 4355 (Narbo, 
4 th ) : ad praetvrianam (sic) Gall(iae) 

pr(a)efect[vram]] . . . evect[vs est]. 

EVOCARE. XIII 2313 (Lugudunum): 
evocor ad svperos. — EVOLARE. XI 
4978 (Spoletium): evolat ad svperos. — 
EXCIERE? XI 4095 (Ocriculum, 341): 

AD MELIOREM PVLCRITVDINEM . . . EXERCIEN- 

tes (sic = excientes?). — EXCIPERE. 
IX 1164 (Aeclanum, 1 st ): qvi nos exci- 

PIAT AD Q_VTETEM PERPETEM. EXPO- 

NERE. X 1485 (Neapolis, 5 th ): [civita- 

TEM] AD OMNES ... [iNCVRSVs] EXPOSI- 

tam. — FERRE. VI 5254 (Rome) : nvllvm 

DOLOREM AD INFEROS MECVM TVLI ; X 6218 

(Formiae, f , 529) : haec te vsqve ad 

CAELOS ET SVPER ASTRA TVLIT. FESTI- 

NARE. Ill p. 1928 (Edict. Dioclet. In- 
tro d.) I 6 : AD INCREMENTA SVl ET AVGMENTA 

festinat; Le Blant 708 (Venasque): ad 
Dominvm ancella (sic) festinat. — IN- 
CITARE. XI 15 (Ravenna): ad probatis- 

SIMAM DEFENSIONEM SVI CETEROS INCITA- 






AD 



AD 



kit. — intrare. VI 1769 (Rome, 889): 

INTIR OMNES q_VI AD EVM INTRASSENT. 

invitare. II 6278 (S. C. Italicense) 

1. ."» : AD l.ICENTIAM FOEDAE RAP1NAE INVI- 
TO i vs ; ibid. I. 11: invitentvr ad opse- 

Q_VIVM (sic) HVMANITATIS. IRE. Kossi 

Ml (Rome, •;-. 359): nr ad Devm. — 
LABEFACTARE. X 0811 (Ardea, 218): 

AD LABEM RVINAE LABEFACTATVM. LO- 

QV1. Bull. Arch. Or. (1900) p. 304 
(Rome, 8 th ) : vbi S(an)c(tv)s Cviricvs (sic) 

1.INGVA ISCISSA [SIC) LOQVITVR AT (s/c) 

praesidem. — M1GRARE. XIV 1889 
(Ostia, f), V 6725 (Vercellae, f), 5958 
(Chieri, -;-), XII 590 (Aquae Sextiae, 5 th - 
th ): migravit ad Dominvm; Le Blant 108 
(Civ. Turonum, 7) : ad loca migrasti lv- 
cida, sancta, bona; Le Blant 027, 030 
(Aquae Sextiae, 7) : migravit ad astra. — 
MlTTERE. I 203 [& C. de Asclepiade, 
78 B. C] 1. 10: litteras ad magistratvs 
nostros ... mittant; VI 1440 (Rome, 
1 st ?): l[eg(ato)] misso ad principem; VI 
1492 (Rome, 101): placere legatos ... 
MiTTi ad (ilium); XIV 3008 (Tibur, 1 st ): 
Oj/AMvis parte(m) magna(m) exercitvs ad 
expeditionem in Armeniam misisset; XI 
5211 (Fiilginiae, 1 st ): missvs est ... ad 
exercitvm; XI 0123 (Forum Sempronii) : 

DECRETVM AD TE NON MISIMVS ; IX 2457 

(Saepinum, 2 nd ) : (Mi) misso ... ad d[e]- 
dvcen[d]as vex[iJllationes in Syriam; 
IX 2845 (Histonium) : misso ad compo- 
nendvm statvm; III 1502 (Ad Mediam, 
150) : LEGATI Romam AD consvlatvm (il- 
lius) missi; VIII 2728 (Lambaesis): mi- 
sisti ad me (ilium); VIII 7030 (Cirta, 
2 nd ): (Mi) misso ad dilec[tvJm ivnio- 
rvm; VIII 7002 (ibid.): ad evndem do- 
minvm ... missi. — PENETRARE. VI 
21521 (Rome, 1 st ): penetrabo tristis ad 
vndas. — PERDVCERE. VI 1527 (Laud. 
Turiae. B. C): vt ad annvm xxxxi sine 
offensa perdvceretvr; V 1071 (Aqui- 
leia) : me ... ad svmmvm perdvxit hono- 
rem; III 355 (Aezani, 2 nd ): ad consvm- 
mationem perdvci ; III 1898 (Dalmatia): 

CVI NON LICVIT INFANTIAM AEIVS (sic) AD 

svos annos perdvcere ; III 10710 (Pan- 
nonia Inf.) : at (sic) nil perdvces parentes 
tvos; VIII 2728 (Lambaesis): ad mon- 
tem me perdvxit; VIII 21511 (Cartenna): 
at (sic) dedi[caJtionem perdv[xit]; XII 



2346 (Narbonensis): me ... ad aliq_vam 

FACVLTATEM PERDVXIT. PERFERRE. VI 

9204 (Koine): felicem cvrsvm perferat 
ad svperos; VI 25427 (Rome): (ilium) 
pertvlit ad tvmvlvm ; Carm. Lat. 192 
(Rome): vt perferantvr ... ad inferos; 

V 2781 (Patavium, 314), and III 12043 
( Lylttis, ibid.): si forte ad se talis li- 
bellvs perlatvs fverit ; III 0800 (Tyman- 
diis): ad scientiam nostram ... pertvlit; 
VIII 2982 (Lambaesis): bis qvater ad 
denos pertvlit illv (sic = ace.) dies. — 
PERGERE. V 1030 (Aquileia, j): pergens 

AD IVSTOS ET ELECTOS IN PACE; V 1710 

(ibid.): pergit ad occasvs; V 0404 
(Laus) : c(a)eli perexit (sic) ad astra; 
VIII 8507 (Sitiris) : non tamen ad ma- 
nes, sed caeli ad sidera pergis ; Carm. 
Lat. 099 = Rossi J I p. 294 = HiibD. 
Hisp. 413 (Tarraco, f, th ): pergens ad 
pr(a)emia Chr(ist)i. — PERSCR1BERE. 
Ill 7000 (Orcistus, 331): ad virvm prae- 
st^a^ntissimvm ... lenitas nostra per- 
scribsit (sic). — PERTINERE. V 7817 
(Tropaeum Augusti) : gentes Alpinae 

OMNES QVAE A MARl SVPERO AD INFERVM 

pertinent. In extended sense, « pertain 
to » , freq. [For full citations, see s. v. 
PERTINEO]. Exx.. of persons: I 205 II 
20 (Lex Rubria); VI 1585*, 9113, 
10239, 10243, 10247, 10297, 10915, 
35595 (Rome); XIV 715, 1214 (Ostia); 
X 1783 (Puteoli); X 3334 (Misenum); 

V 1939 = XI 0545 (Concordia); XI 1140 
(Veleia); Pais 511 (Ateste) ; V 2 p. 941, 
p. 959 (Dacia); II 1904 (Malaca) LXVII. 
Ad heredes, VI 15840, 17154 (Rome); 
XIV 527 (Ostia); X 0030 (Velitrae). 
Ad libertos etc., VI 11998, 19915, 23090 
(Rome); IX 1018 (Beneventum) ; VIII 
9998 (Africa). Ad familiam, VI 22437 
(Rome); XIV 235 (Ostia). Ad colle- 
givm, VI 7458, 8750, 10231 (Rome); IX 
1018 (Beneventum); XIII 1978 (Lugu- 
dunum). Ad decvriam collegii, XI 132 
(Ravenna). Ad fiscvm. XII 4393 (Narbo, 
149). Ad mvnicipivm, XIV 2793 (Gabii). 
Ad rem pvblicam, X 3750 (Atella) ; IX 
130 (Brundisium); V 5278 (Comum). 
Ad civitatem, IX 3100 (Corrinium) ; II 
0278 1. 47 (S. C. Italicense). Ad gen- 
tem, VI 17042 (Rome). — Of things, Ad 
monvmentvm, VI 8801-2, 9077, 12258, 



AD 



AD 



71 



13225, 15018, 18423, 20448, 23606, 
29968 (Rome); X 7307 (Panhormus). 
Ad sepvlcrvm, VI 22518, 34780 (Rome); 
XIV 2139 (Lanuvium). Ad manes, XI 
1122 (Parma). Ad herovm, VI 3319 
(Rome). Ad memoriam, X 1784 (Pu- 
teoli). Ad cisternam, VI 26942 (Rome). 
Ad introitvm, VI 29322 (Rome). Add 
VI 27933, 29445 (Rome) ; X 7852 (Sar- 
dinia) ; II 5439 LXVI 1. 4 (Lex Urso- 
nens.). — Of abstract ideas, ad religio- 
nem, VI 10412 (Rome). Ad salvtem, X 
520 (Salernum). Ad honorem, X 1786 
(Pnteoli, 196); XI 1420 (Pisae, 1 st ). Ad 
ivstitiam, IX 2826 (Buca). Ad posses- 
sionem, XIV 2527 (ager Tusculanus). 
Ad condicionem, V 5050 (Anauni, 46). 
Ad diadochen. Ill 12283 (Athenae, 121). 
Ad testimonivm, X 1782 (Puteoli). Ad 
formam, VI 266 (Rome, 3 d ). — PERVA- 
DERE. VI 1207 (Rome, 1 st ): ad divortia 
Rheni pervasi. — PERVENIRE. Mon. An- 
ajran. 26. 21 : vsqve ad oppidvm Nabata 
perven[tvm] est; ib. 15. 14: mea con- 
giaria p[e]rvenervnt ad [homi]nvm (lot) ; 
VI 1375 (Rome, B. C): ad evm fratris 
hereditas . . . pervenit ; VI 22083 (Rome) : 

NE AT (sic) EXTERVM PERVENlAT; VI 32416 

(Rome, 257): ad hvnc locvm cvm aetate 
pervenit; XIV 2795 (Gabii, 140) : at {sic) 

Q_VOS ... FRVCTVM SEMPER DESIDERET PER- 
VENIRE J X 3980 (Capua): ad cvmvlvm 
lavdis pervenire ; IX 3158 (Corfinium) : 

AD VLTVMVM (sic) DIEM PERVENIT; XI 319 

(Ravenna, f) : ad istos pervenit victor 
saepe trivmphos; III 3653 (Salva, 371): 

AD SVMMAM MANVM OPERIS ... FECIT PER- 
VENIRE ; VIII 8896 (Tupusuctu) : ter tre- 

CENOS POSTQVAM PERVENIT AD ANNOS ', II 

1964 LXVII (Lex Malacitana, 1 st ): ad 
qvem pecvnia ... pervenerit; Eph. Epigr. 
IX p. 1 (Tarentum, B. C.) : qvae peqv- 
nia (sic) . . . ad se ... pervenerit; Carm. 
Lat. 1828 (Moguntiaeum) : perveni in tk- 
ne[bras] Ditisq_(ve) ad tartara. — 
PRAECEDERE. Rossi 355 (Rome, f, 

385): PRAECESSIT AD PACEM. — PRAE- 

FERRE. II 1282 (Salpensa, 147): illvd 

IMPRIMIS AD COMMENDATIONEM SVI PRAE- 

fert. — PROCEDERE. VI 32328 (Rome, 
Coram. Lud. Saec, 204): ad tribvnal 
proc(esservnt); III 12043 (Lyttus, 4 th ): 

QVI AD [eJiVSMODI DESPERATIONEM PROCES- 



serit. — PROFICISCI. V 6738 (Vercel- 
lae, f ) : ad aeternam profecta vitam. — 
PROMOVERI. VI 1511, 1512 (Rome): 
ad aedilitatem; V 4392 (Brixia). VIII 
2757 (Lambaesis) : ad fisci advocatio- 
nes; VI 1418 (Rome): ad procuratio- 
nem) aq_varvm; VIII 9249 (Rusguniae): 
ad defensionem popvli ; VIII 10718 
= 17626 (Vazanis): ad [centvrionatvm] 
leg(ionis) ii Italicae. — PROPERARE. 
VI 18086 (Rome): ad orcvm; VI 22804 
(Rome): ad fratrem; XI 139 (Ravenna): 
ad onvs ; X 2496 (Puteoli) : et nos opta- 

MVS AD VOS PROPERARE PARENTES. PRO- 

RVMPERE. Ill p. 1929 (Edict. Dwclet., 
Idtrod.) I 16 : ad remedia prorvmpimvs. — 
PROSILIRE. X 1784 (Pnteoli, 187): ad 

HVIVS MODI DECRETVM PROSILIRE. PRO- 

VEHERE. XI 5265 (Hispellum, 4 th ): vt 

... AD MELIOREM STATVM . . . PROBEANTVR 

(sic, for provehantur); III 167 (Berytus, 
344) : AD hos [e^vm DIGNITATVM apices 
provexervnt. — PROVOCARE. V 961 
(Aquileia): qvo magis etiam ceteri ad 

BENE FACIENDVM . . . PROVOCENTVR \ II 1282 

(Salpensa, 147) non modo ad gratiam a 

TALI VIRO INEVNDAM NOS PROVOCAT, VERVM 
AD SPEM OPTIMAM DE CANDIDATO HABEN- 

dam. — RAPERE. VI 7898 (Rome): at 

SAEVQS PLVTO RAPVlT ME AD INFERA TEM- 

pla; VI 14786 (Rome): raptvs ad in- 
ferias; VI 20370 (Rome): ad mortem ... 
rapior; VI 25871 (Rome): me florentem 
rapvit sibi Ditis ad vmbras; VI 27383 
(Rome): dvlcis ad elysios rapta repente 
lacvs; VIII 8870 (Tupusuctu) : rapt[i] 
Ditis ad infernas sedes lvcosq_ve pio- 
rvm. — RECIPERE. VI 8497, Rossi 5 
(Rome, f, 217): receptvs ad Devm ; VI 
13927 (Rome): vt ad infernas partes 
recipiaris; VI 19873 (Rome): ad inferos 
non recipiatvr; X 7569 (Carales): et 

PRIOR AT (Sic) LETHEN CVM SIT PoMPTINA 

recepta; VIII 9691 (Cartenna), XII 4938 
(Narbo) : vt me ad te recipias. — RED- 
DERE. VI 34561 (Rome): redditvm ad 
pristinam novitatis formam. — REDIRE. 
XIII 1668 (Ara Rom. et Aug., oration of 
Claudius) 1. 33 : ad consvles rvsvs re- 
ditvm; V 6742 (Vercellae, f): svperas 
. . . reditvrvs ad avras j Rossi 928 (Rome, 
f, 503): ad vitam redii. — REDVCERE. 
VI 1718 (Rome, 5 th ): ad pristinam fa- 



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AD 



AD 



ciem redvxit ; X 6565 (Velitrae, 4"'): 

AT (81C) STATVM PRISTINVM R.ED[\Qc(xiT) 

(sic); HI 852 b. and 700 (Orcistus, I 

AD 1N1EGRVM PRISCI HONORIS [r]eDVCI ; X 

• 1 (Fabrateria Nova): reddvcas (sic) 
An avras: Rev. Arch. 1 1903) p. 467 (He- 
liopolis = Baalbek, I s '): regis Antiochi 

Fll [OS ... AD IMP. VeSPASIANV/W REDVXIT. 

REFERRE. I 1409 (Tuder): ad pr(aeto- 
rem) de ea re referto; VI 1 40 1 (Rome, 
1 st ): ad decvriones referant; VI 2065 
(Rome, Arval, 87), and 2067 (ibid., 90): 
(///c) ad collegivm [FrJatrvm Arvalivm 

RETTVLIT, aud FRVGES LIBATAS AD ARAM 

rettvlervnt ; VI 33885 (Rome) : AD qvin- 

Q_(VENNALES) REFERRE J X 1401 (Hei'dlla- 

neuin, 1 st ): vtiq_ve ... ad senatvm refer- 
retvr; VI 1785 (Rome): falancariis qvi 

DE ClCONII AD TEMPLVM CVPAS REFERRE CON- 

svevervnt; V 6240 (Mediolauium, 7): ret- 

TVLIT AD XRM. CELSA PER ASTRA GRADVM ; 

II 5439 (Lew Ursonensis) LXIIII 1. 10: 
at (sic) decvriones refervnto ; Le Blant 
170 (Civ. Turonum, 7) : ingrediens tem- 

PLVM REFER AD SVBLIMIA VVLTVM. RE- 

FICERE. II 4733 (Corduba, 4 th ) : vias . . . 
refecit ad pri[stin]vm. — REFORMARE. 
XIV 135 (Ostia, 4 th ): [therma]s ... ad 

PRISTINVM STATVM REFORMAn[das] ; III 

12736 (Mun. Domavianum): ad pristinam 
faciem reformare ; VIII 5341 (Calama, 

4 th ) : ad [vs]]vm ET ASPECTVM . . . REFOR- 

mavit; VIII 12145 (Prov. Byzac), 20215 
(Aqua Frigida) : ad meliorem faciem re- 
forma[vit]; VIII 21665 (Albulae, 299): 

AD PRISTINVM STATVM REFORMAVIT. RE- 

PARARE. X 6656 (Antium, 4 th ): ad fir- 
mam STABILITATe(m) ... REPARAVI. RE- 

SCRIBERE. Ill 13750 (Moesia Inf., 2 nd ): 

QVID AD DECRETVM CHERSONESSITANORVM 

rescripserim.— RESERVARE. VI 1527 d., 
1. 66 (Rome, laud. Turiae, B. C): ad 

desider[ivm3 lvctvmqve reservatvs. 

RESPICERE. VIII 212 (Cillium, 2 nd ): si 

Q_VIS AD OMNES RESPIC1AT VITAE CASVS ; II 

2959 (Pompaelo, 119): pericvlvm ad nos 
respiciet; Carm. Lat. 343 (Arausio): re- 
spi[ci]t ad malvm. — RESTAVRARE. VI 
1682 (Rome, 4 th ): insvlas ad pristinvm 
STATVM RESTAVrari ... providit ; X 5918 
(Anagnia. 3 d ): ad pristinam faciem ... 
restavravervnt ; XI 4094 (Ocriculum) : 
ad pristinam dig(nitatem) restavravit. 



RESTITVERE. VI 1 242 = 31556 (Rome, 
3 d ); VIII 20836 (Rapidum, 3 d ): ad pri- 
stinvm statvm ; X 6971 (Yenusia, 4 th ), 
>9 (Tarracina), 6964 (San Cesario,311); 
IX 6059 (Znncoli), 6066 (Venusia); III 
4121 (ager Poetoviensis), 8363 = 12733 
(Mun. Domavianum): ad pristinam fa- 
ciem; VIII 2660 (Lambaesis, 2"' 1 ): ad 
meliorem statvm; X 3922 (Capua): ad 
novitatem ; VIII 2572 (Castra Lambaes., 
3 d ): ad integritatem. — REVERTI. VI 
31066 (Rome): vt possis ... at (sic) tvos 
reverti ; 111 7505 (Troesmis, 2 nd ): rever- 
svs at (sic) lares svos ; III 7526 (Istrus) : 
at (sic) eos rever[ti]. — REVOCARE. 
VI 1723 a,b = 31912 (Rome, 5 th ): nym- 

PHIVM (sic) ... AD CVLTVM PRISTINVM RE- 

vocavit; X 520 (Salernum) : civitatem . . . 
ad splendorem revocaverat ; X 5349 (In- 
teramna Lirenas, 408): termas (sic) ... 

AD SVMMAM MANVM REVOCAVIT ; III 14191 

(Appia Phrygiae, 3 d ) : ad sollicitvdinem 
svam revocabit. — SCANDERE. V 6725 
(Vercellae, 7): scandens ad sedem sacer- 
dotvm. — SCRIBERE. Ill 355 (Aezani, 
2 nd ): exempl(vm) epistvlae scriptae ad 
(ilium); IX 2438 (Saepinum, 168): scri- 
pt(ae) a Septimiano ad Cosmvm. — SER- 
VIRE. VI 10411 (Rome): servire ad tv- 

TELAM TOTIVS LOCI. — SOLLICITARE. 

XIII 2372 (Lugudnnum, 7): ad veram 

DOCTOS SOLLICITARE FIDEM. SPECTARE. 

Ill 2072 (Salonae): spectat ... ad viam 
mvnitam. — SVRGERE. VI 32052 (Rome): 
SVRGAT AD avram. — TENDERE. VI 24049 
(Rome) : infernas tendere ad arces ; Bull. 
Arch. Cr. (1900) p. 131 = Carm. Lat. 
1423 (Rome, f): corpore non opvs est, 

ANIMA TENDAMVS AD ILLOS. TOLLERE. 

Ill 2609 = 9418 (Salonae): tollit ad 
astra manvs. — TRAHERE. XIV 3565 
(Tibur) : mortis, q_vae ad domv[s] trahit 
invida[s aver]n[i]; XI 297 (Ravenna, 7): 

EVENTVM TRAXIT AD ARBITRIVM J III p. 1928 

(Edict. DiocleL, Inlrod.) I 10: qvos ad 

SENSVM MISERRIMAE CONDICIONIS EGESTATIS 
EXTREMA TRAXERVNT. TRANSCENDERE . 

Le Blant 477« (Charmes, 7): transcen- 

DIT AD AETHERA. — TRANSDVCERE. 

XIV 3608 (Tibur, 1 st ): plvra qvam cen- 
tvm mill(ia) ex nvmero Transdanvviano- 
r(vm) ad praestanda TRIBVTA ... TRANS- 
dvxit. — TRANSFERRE. X 3714 (Liter- 



AD 



AD 



73 



num) : signa translata ex abditis locis 

AD CELEBRITATEM THERMARVM J II 4514 

(Barcino, 2 nd ) : (pecaniam) at (sic) rem 
pvb(licam) . . . transferri ; XIII 1668 (Ara 
Rom. et Aug., oration of Claudius) 1. 26 : 
ad consvles, annvos magistrates, admi- 
nistrate rei p(vblicae) translata est ; 
ib. 1. 32: qvid a consvlibvs ad decem- 
viros translatvm imperivm? ; Rev. Arch. 
(1902) p. 434 (Lambaesis) : qvi ad vbe- 

riorem locvm se transtvlerint. 

TRANSIRE. XIII 2484 (Ainbarri, f): 

TRANSIERVNT AD VERAM REMEANS (siC, for 

remeantes) e cvrpvre (sic) vita(m); Le 
Blant 353 = Carm. Lat. 772 (Col. Agrip- 
pin., f): ad caelest[ia] [reg^na transi- 
vit. — TRANSMITTERE. VI 1585 (Rome, 
193): vt ... ad heredes transmittal — 
VEHERE. XIII 128 (Convenae, f) : te tva 

PRO MERITIS VIRTVTIS AD ASTRA VEHEBAT 
INTVLERATQVE ALTO DEBITA FAMA POLO J 

VI 1163 (Rome, 4 th ) : [vexervnt] litvs 
ad hesperivm; Le Blant 170 (Civ. Turo- 
num, f): (turris) qvae coeli (sic) vexit 
ad arcem. — VENIRE. I 198 (Lex Re- 
petuad.) XL: vtei (sic) \_\~\s ad sese ve- 
niat ; ib. LIII : ad sitellam sorti veniet; 
VI 142 (Rome, fresco): beniat (sic, = 
veni ad) me ; I 196 (Epist. Cons, de Bac- 
chart.), X 104 (ager Teuranus): vtei (sic) 
ad pr(aetorem) vrbanvm Romam venirent; 
VI 9190 (Rome, 68): ad hoc officivm 
venistis; VI 10048, 10055 (Rome, 2 nd ): 
ad honorem venit; VI 25063 (Rome): 
et comes ad lachrimas (sic) veniet pro 
conivge Siren; VI 26554 (Rome): hic 
ad alogiam veniatis ; Bull. Arch. Cr. 
(1890) p. 75 (Rome, f): ad Calicem be- 
nimvs (sic); III 1668 (Ara Rom. et Aug., 
oration of Claudius) II 1. 21: iam enim 

AD EXTREMOS FINES GaLLIAE NaRBONENSIS 

venisti ; III 14406 (Beroea) : ad provin- 
ciam Macedoniam venervnt. — VERBA 
FACERE. X 4643 (Cales) : ad ordinem 
v(erba) f(ecit). — VERGERE. Mon. An- 
cyran. cap. 27. 32: vergvn[t a]d orien- 
[te]m. — VERTI. VIII 77 (Talmis, 134): 
Hadriani tamen ad pia saecvla VERTI 
avsa. — VOCARE. II 1964 (Lex Ma- 
lacit-, 1 st ) LV: is mvnicipes cvriatim ad 

SVFFRAGIVM FERENDVM VOCATO ', II 5439 

(Lex Ursonensis) CXXXII 19: neve at 
(sic) cenam qve[m] vocato : IV 1937 

I'kes- linguae lat. epigr. 



(Pompeii, graffito) : qvisqve (sic, — quis- 
quis) me ad c[e]nam vocarit; VI 2023 
(Rome, ArvaL 14): ad sacra vocavit; 
I 2 p. 257 (Fasti Polemii Silvii): ad 
contionem popvlvs vocabatvr; II 4514 
(Barcino, 2 nd ) : qvot (sic) si qvis eorvm 

AT (SIC) MVNERA VOCITVS (sic) FVERl T | 

Pais 732 (Comum) : qvm (sic) nos dece- 
ptos ad ivra forvmq_(ve) vocabas ; XIII 
2372 (Lugudunum, f): de mvndi regnis 
ad tva regna vocas; Rossi 159 (Rome, 
-[-, 363) : pro factis adalta (sic) voca- 
RIS . — VOLARE. Le Blant 516 (Are- 
late, f ) : a[d] astra volans. — Add exx. 
of ad dependent on the verbal force in 
nouns. Rev. Arch. (1901) p. 477, III 15053 
(Dalmatia): aditvs ad aqvam; III 2245 
Salonae) : aditvm (ace.) ad sepvlcrvm ; 
XIV 2733 (Tibur) : aditvs ad ianvam viri- 
diari ; VI 10231 (Rome): ad evm locvm 

ITVM, ACTVM, ADITVM, AMBITVM ; VI 10247 

(Rome, 252): ad id monvmentvm itvm, 

ADITVM, AMBITVM ADQ_VE (sic) HAVSTVM J 

VI 14614 (Rome) : ad hanc aedicvlam . . . 
itvs, aditvs, ambitvs etc.; X 444 (Vallis 
Silari sup.) : aditvs ad Silvanvm ; VI 
17653 (Rome): ad has haedicvlas (sic) 

ET OLLAS ITVM, ADITVM, AMBIt(vm) ET HAV- 
STVM ; VI 26153«, 33234 (Rome): itvm. 

AMBITVM AT (sic) SEPVLXRVM (SIC) ', VI 

26355 (Rome): ad hoc sepvchrvm itvm, 
ambitvm ; VI 15677 (Rome): [ad]itvm ad 
evndem monimentvm; III 9315 (Salonae): 

AT (sic) O^VEM LOCVM ITER, AMBITVM, ACTVM, 

aditvm; VIII 13395 (Carthago): [intr]oi- 
tvs, aditvs ad sacr(arivm) ; V 3849 (Ve- 
rona) : actvs ad pvtevm; V 1863 (Julium 
Carnicum) : ad pontem transitvs;' Rev. 
Arch. (1902) p. 440 (Tunis): legatio ad 
Lativm Maivs; X 3792 (Capua. 387): 

PROFECTIO AD ITER AVERNI ; XIV 2165 

(Aricia) : intcitamento (sic) ad virtvtem. 

(b) Similar, with verb omitted. Exx. 

XIII 1862 (Lugudunum): (Mi) q_antvm 

(sic) ad laborem (sc. pertiiiet) nvtricio, 

QANTVM AD PIETATEM PATRI, QANTVM AD 

benevolentiam patrono ; VIII 21031 
(Caesarea Maur.): sine me ad meos (sc. 
ire); VI 32004 (Rome, 359): ad Devm 
(sc. iit); VI 20674 (Rome): qvae cvn- 
ctos ivbet ad vadimonia mortis (sc. ire); 
X 1154 (Abellinum): qvid ad te? (sc. 
pertinet) ; XIII 500 (Ausci, +) : hic (sc. 

10 



AD 



AD 



tUmulUS) AD INNOCFNTEM ET PEREGRINVM 

est; ad ... here stands for gen. case); 
\IV 880 (Ostis): Strato dicit: - amici 
hoc at (sic) si:cvros (sc. venieti cm. 

I, at. 1431 (Rome): iste qvis ad me (sc. 
•tinet); Le Blant, .V. /»'. 323 (Mandou- 
rel) : a (sic) Deo onorem (sic, sc. detur)\ 
\ I V :;7 !'? (Tibur) : hic i ocvs ... ad reli- 
..icNh.w sepvltvrae (sc. e. g. pertinet); VI 
831 (Rome): tempvlvm (sic) vi consvm- 

I'TVM AD PRISTINVM STATVM (SC /'('S/f'/'/i/ ) : 

XIII 3162 (Viducasses), HI 781 (Tyra, 
2< » 1 ) : [e]xemplvm epistvlae ... ad (Mum, 
sc. scriptae); VIII 2728 (Lambaesis): 

Porci Vetvstini ad Crispinvm (sc. epistllla 
scripta); VI 537 (Rome. 4 th ): (///<?) de se 

AD DEAM NORTIAM (sC. llOS VeVSUS fCLCit). 

(c) Distauce to, expressed by AD, 
VSQVE AD. [For man; exx., see s. v. 
AB supra, pp. 26-28]. VI 1199 (Rome, 
565): ponteiw Viae Salariae vsqve ad 
aqvam destrvctvm; XI 8895 (Capena): 
vsqve ad ariam (sic) ; VI 28400 (Rome): 
vsqve ab terra ad camaram; V 3072 
(Patavium): vsqve ad canabetvm; XI 
5942 (Tifernum Tiberinum): vsq_(ve) ad 
kapvt (sic); VI 1239*,/; 1262, 81549 
(Rome): ad proximvm cippvm; VI 12905 
(Rome): a solo ad fastigivm ; VIII 
10047, 10088.= 22078, 22056, 22128 
(Africa): a Karthagine vsqve ad fines 
Nvmidiae; III 586 (Lamia, 2 nd ): ab eo 

! OCO ... VSQVE AT (sic) FONTEM DERCYN- 

nam; X 5074 (Atina) : ad Forvm Pecva- 
ri[vm]; X 6824 (Forum Appi): via/a a 
Tripontio ad Forvm Appi; VIII 2888 
(Thamugadi): vsq_ve ad ima fvndamenta; 

XIV 1 124 (Ostia): vsqve ad limitem; VI 
10287 (Rome, 16): iter ad evm locvm ; 
XI 8126 (Falerii): a chalc[i>ico ad Lv- 
cvm Ivnon(is); X 6430 (Cireeii): vsqve ad 
marem(s/c) a termino;III 14149 21 ' 30 - 3 "- li 
(Arabia): vsqve ad Mare Rvbrvm ; XIV 
1012 (Ficulea): vsqve ad Martis et vl- 
tra: XIII 2423 (Lugudunum, 7): a terra 
ad martyres; III 567 (Delphi): ad mon- 
ncvL[os]; I 1393 = XI 1950 1 Perusia, 
B. 0.) : iter debtvr (sic) AD monimen- 
tv(m); VI 30010 (Rome): iter ad id mo- 
nvm(entvm) ; VI 10250 (Rome) : vsqve ad 
hoc monvmentvm ; V 4708 (Brixia) : 
vsq_(ve) ad wonim(entvm) (illius) ; XIII 
185 (Ausci): vsq_(ve) ad monimenf[v]m 



mevm; VI 2899 (Rome): ad mvrvm ; V 
1(108« (Aquileia) : viae stratae svnt ab 
Annia ad mvrvm; VIII 688 (vicus * Mog- 
rawa » ) : vsqve ad mvrvm ; Mon. Aacyran. 
cap. 26. 12: a Gadibvs ad ostivm Albis 
flvm[inis]; VI 17524 (Rome): ab titvlo 
vsqve ad ostivm; Rev. Arch. (1902) 
p. 439 no. 161 (Schedia, 1 st ): at tria 
soldv (sic) vsqve ad pe TRAS = S7ll tcc y, 
(Tri-Q{-(( I'uK rTfi ntrgag; X 4650 (Cales): 
(viam) STRATAM ad Portam Svmmam ET . . . 
ad Portam Geminam et ... ad Angi- 
po[r](tvm) Matvtae; XI 1062 (Parma): 
[a f]oro ad portam; V 7749 (Genua, 
Sentent. Mimic), IX 4791 (Forum No- 
vum) : vsqve ad rivom (sic) \ VI 29982 
(Rome): vsqve ad scalaria; VI 8123,8124 
(Rome): linea perpetva ad svmmv(m) ; IX 
2827 (Buca, 19) : ex eo palo ... ad svper- 
ciliv(m) vltimi lacvs Serrani ; I 1252 = 
X 787 (Pompeii, before B. C. 3): vsqve 
at (sic) tegvlas; VI 29959 (Rome): iter 
ad tricleam; ib. 29958 (ibid.): iter at 
triclia (sic); VI 29782 (Rome): vsqve 
at (sz'tf) V;am Flaminiam; X 2455 (Pu- 
teoli) : vsqve ad [vi]am ; IX 808 (Luce- 
ria): ad Vicvm Laris. 

(d) With numerals. - up to the amount 
of». II 1964 LI (Malaca. 1 st ): dervnt 
ad evm nvmervm ; VI 1624 (Rome, 3 l1 ) : 
proc(vrator) Alex(andreae) Pelvsi P[ha- 
ri ?] ad ss. c (= scstertium centum mi- 
//fl),and praef(ectvs) vehicvl(orvm)trivm 
prov(inciarvm) Gall(iae) Lvgdvnens(is), 
Narbonens(is) et Aqvitanic(ae) ad ss. 
i.x (= sestertium sexaginta milia); II 
6278 (S. C. Italicense) 1. 30: ad lx 
(milia) vsqve; II 1359 (Arunda) : sepvl- 
crvm sibi fieri ad (deiiarios tot); II 1573 
(Ipsca), VI 9626 (Rome): vsqve ad (de- 
iiarios lot) ; II 4514 (Barcino, 2 nd ) : vsqve 
at (sic) (denarios tot); XII 1357 (Va- 
sio) : qvod ad hs. (tot) vssvris (sic) per- 
dvceretvr; VI 10048 (Rome, 2 nd ), IX 
'in 75 (Via Appia, Benevento-Brundisium), 
VIII 2353 (Thamugadi), VIII 7990 (Ru- 
sicade); VIII 10833 (Zattara, 2 nd ): ad 
hs (tot); VII 180 (Lindum): ad sester- 
(tios) n(vmmos) (tot); VI 22083 (Rome) : 
vsqve ad vnvm = « eveiT single one » . 
In the sense of « up to », ■ about », VIII 
284 (Prov. Byzac.) : beixit anis at lxxx 
(sic). Add, of amount of stipend : X 7580 



AD 



AD 



75 



(Carales): praef. vehicvl. ad hs. (tot) and 
proc. B[jb]l[i]othec(ae) ad hs. (tot) Lav- 
renti[vm3 Lavinativm. 

2. Denoting ivhere. (rest). 

(a) Dependent on verbs of being, 
staying, etc. I 198 (Lex Repetund.) 
LXXI: ad id ivdicivm adesse ; XIII 3162 
(Viducasses) : cvi ... ad legionem sex- 
t[am] adsed[i]t; II 2145 (Obulco) : si 

Q_VIS TITVLVM AD MEI NOMINIS ASTITERIT ; 

V 6166 (Troesmis, 2 IKl ): c(ives) R(omani) 

CONS(lSTENTES) AD CaNAb(as) ; III 3505 

(Aquincum): cos(istentes. sic) ad legio- 
nem) ii ad(ivtricem); VI 32323 (Comm. 
Lud. Saec., 17 B. C.) 1. 107: ad atal- 
lam fvervnt; II 1964 (Lex Malacit., 1 st ) 
LV: cvrato vt ad cistam cviivsqve (sic) 

CVRIAE EX MVNICIPIBVS EI1VS (sic) MVNICIPI 

terni sint; XI 1626 (Florentia): si ta- 

MEN AT (Sic) MANES CREDIMVS ESSE ALIQVID; 

XI 3003 (ager Viterbiensis) : (villa) qvae 

EST AD AQVAS PASSERINAS SVAS J XI 6080 

(Urvinum Mataurense) : dvm esses ad sv- 
peros ; III 2964 (Jader) : qvam fors ad 
svperos nolvit esse div; VI 2968 (Rome) : 

FVIT AD SVPEROS MENSES VII ; III 14340 

(Dalmatia): exa(minatvm) ad tens(avra- 
ria) s(acrae) m(onetae) S(irmiensis) ; III 
10107 (Brattia): cvm insisterem ad ca- 

PITELLA COLVMNARVM AD TERMAS (sic) Ll- 

cinianas;XIII 2104(Lugudunura): Cl(av- 
divs) hvnc vi[v]vs Stygias Rvfinvs ad 
vmbras institvit tvmvlvm ; XI 4969 (Spo- 
letium, 420) : natis, qvos ad vbera li- 
qvit; VI 9526 (Rome): q_vi manet in 
Sebvra (sic) [M]aiore ad Nimfa[s] (sic) ; 
III 1967 (Salonae, 302): qvi menestrabi 
(sic) aTritones (sic); ib. 1968 (ibid., 
303): menestravimvs (sic) at Tritonis 
(sic); VI 3198 == 32783 (Rome): na- 

TVS ... AT (SIC) LEGIONE(m) PRIMa(m) 

at[i]vtri[cem] (tie); VI 3297 (Rome): 
natvs ad Aqvas Balizas ; III 13737 (Car- 
simn): obiti ad villamsvam: ib. 14214 20 
(ibid.): obita ad vil(l)a(m) sva(m) ; XII 
594 (near Arelate, 2 nd ): ad praesides 
pr^ovincQae persecvtvs est inivriam no- 
stram svis in[pensis]; XIII 1680 (Ara 
Rom. et Aug., 2 nd ): ad aram Caesarvm 

STATVAM EQVESTREM PONENDAM CENSVE- 

rvnt; II 3270 (Castulo): signa Veneris 
Genetricis et Cvpidinis ad theatrvm po- 
svit; III 10232 (Sirmium, f): titvlvm 



POSVIT AD BEATv(m) SyNEROt(em) ; XIII 

1791 (Lugudunum, f, 3 d ): positv(s) est 
ad sanctos; VI 17072 (Rome): (ilia) po- 
svit (ilium) at (sic = alongside of) se 
in svo; III 14188 (Nicomedia): postvs 

(Sic) EST AD MARTVRES (sic) J VIII 5798 

(Sigus) : at (sic) svperos remansit ; V 2 
p. 925 (Dacia, wax-tablet, 167): rema(n)- 
sisse ad Alb(vrnvm) ; XIII 1968 (Lugu- 
diinum) : qvi sepellitvs est L[v]]nae Pi- 
sae in Tvsci[a] ad flvmen Macra (sic) ; 
VIII 15930 (Sicca): sepvltvs at (sic) 
Vaticanvm; XIV 636 (Ostia) : set (sic) 
tamen ad manes Phoenix me serbat (sic) 
in ara; I 199 (Sentent. Minuc.) 1. 13: 
stat ad flovivm (sic) Edem ; V 5370 
(Mediolanium) : dvm staret pater ad to- 
rvm ; VI 35126 (Rome): ad leves vmbras 
vagor; V 4078 (Mantua): ad svperos 
vivitis; VIII 4256 (Verecunda) : qv(a)e 
ad svp(eros) vix(it); III 4483 (Carnun- 
tuin : vixi ego dvm licvit dvlciter ad 
svperos. 

(b) Prepositional phrases, «by, «at", 
k near » , etc. Mon. Ancyran. cap. 25. 4 : 
ad Activm; ib. cap. 21. 22: theatrvm 
ad aede(m) Apollinis; V 2 p. 856-7 (The- 
bae, and Dacia, wax-tablets, 86) : ad ae- 

DEM FlDEI P(OPVLI) Pv(oMANl) J I 197 ( LeX 

Bantiae, 133-118 B. C): [i]ovranto 

APVD QVAESTOREM AD AERAR.IVM ; IV 1421 

(Pompeii, graffito): ad amphithiatrv(m) 
(sic); XIV 3534 (Tibur): sacerdos M(a- 
tris D(evm) M(agnae) I(daeae) ad Aqvas 
Albvlas; VI 5076 (Rome): ad Aqvas 
Calida[s]; XI 6481 (Mons Fereter, 148): 
templvm ad aqvas j XIII 1674 (Ara Rom. 
et Aug.): sacerdos Romae et Avg(vsti) 

AD ARAM AD CONFLVENTES ARARIS ET RHO- 

dani; XIII 1684, 1702 (ibid.): sacerdoti 
ad aram Caes(aris) n(ostri) ; III 13827 
(Doclea): sacerd(os) ad a[r]am Caesa- 
r[i]s; XIII 1718 (Ara Rom. et Aug.): 

SACERDOTI AD ARAM ROMAE ET AVGVSTO- 

r(vm); XII 4333 (Narbo, 12-13): aram 

NARBONE IN FORO POSVIT, AD QVAM QVO- 
TANNIS ... HOSTIAS SINGVLAS IMMOLENT ; 

VIII 15677 (Ucubi) : at (sic) q_vam aram ; 
XII 4503 (Narbo): ad Septe(m) Aras; VI 
2059, 2060, 2104 (Rome, Arval), XI 
3303 (Forum Clodi, 18): ad aram; VI 
10200 (Rome): lanista ad Ar(am) Fori- 
nar(vm) Romae; X 7891 (Sardinia, 68), 



76 



AD 



AD 



MP p. 850 (Salonae): ad aram gentis 
lvuv: ; \'i 82346 (Rome, A ••//. 89): ad 
vi Providbntia[Y] ; VI :',iiiil7 (Rome), 
VIII 2372 (Thamugadi) : ad arcvm; II 
4712, 171."» (Corduba, 35 6): ab Iano Av- 

GVSTO QVI EST AD BAETHM I II l!'">li (Car- 

timai: porticvs ad bai.inev.w : \1\ 4190 
(Nemus Dianae): ad bai.nevm vetv>: VI 
33895 (Rome, I"'): ad basilic(am) Apo- 
stoi-i Pavi i etc.: Moti. Ancyran» cap. 12. 
In: ad Cam[pvm Martivm~J ; IX 117"» 
clanum): ad kapvf {sic) eivsdem viae; 
1. Blant, N. I!. 4 15 (Celeyran): domvs ad 
capvt pontis; V L039 (Aquileia): ynctor 
ad Kapvt Africaes (sic) : XI 6726 s (Re- 
gium Lepidum, a weight), V 8119* (Aqui- 
leia. ibid.): exa(ctvm) ad Casto(ris); VI 
8688 (Home): actori Caesaris ad Ca- 
stor(is) etc.; VI 10037 (Rome): hic ad 
Pietatis ad Catedras {sic) Dvas ; XI 3083 
(Falerii): ad Cereris; VI 1713d (Rome): 
ad cinerem (i. e. « in death -); VI 21151 
(Rome) : ad cineres ; Man. Ancyran. 
cap. 19. 3: porticvm ad Circvm Flami- 
nivm; ib. cap. 19. 4: pvlvinar ad Circvm 
Maximvm; I p. 310 = P p. 211 = VI 
2296 {Fasti Esquilini), V p. 221 (F. Sa- 
bini), I p. 323 = IX 4192 (/<'. Amiter- 
nini), I p. 301 = IX 421 (F. Venusini)'. 
{sacrificium) Svmmano ad Circvm Maxi- 
mvm ; I 2 p. 213 (F. Caerelani): Maiae ad 
Circ(vm) M[ax](imvm); P p. 217 = IX 
2320 (F. Allifani) : Florae ad C[ir](cvm) 
Maximvm ; I p. 320 = P p. 240 (F. Val- 
lenses): Veneri ad Circvm Maximvm; I 
p. 324 = P p. 245 = IX 4192 {F. Ami- 
teraiiu): Hercvli invicto ad Circvm Ma- 
xim(vm); I p. 325 = P p. 245 = IX 
4192 (ibid.): Neptvno. Pietati ad Cir- 
c(vm) Flami[n](ivm); 1 p. 330 = P 
p. 252 — XI 6050 (/-'. Urbinates): lv- 
n(oni) Reg(inae) adCir(cvm) {sic) Fla- 
w(inivm); I p. 458 ( F. Triumphrdes Ca- 
j>?/.\ : {illo) ad Clastidivm interfecto; Le 
Blant !»1 i Lugduneosis): locvm ... ad istvm 
cenvbi ): Pp. 214 = VI 2295 

= ::2J:>2 i /•'. Arvalium): ad Compitvm 
Acn.i; XIII H)42 (Mediolannm Santo- 
DUm): sac[eJrd(os) Romae et Avgvsti 
ad conflventem; VI 2030 (Rome. Arval, 
40): ad Deam Diam vaccam immolavit: 
VI 33950 (Rome): ad Deam Diam; IX 
3314 (Superaequum, 271). ad deam Pe- 



i.inanv; VI 140 (Rome, devotio): nec ad 
deos nec ad homines; VIII 14313 (LTtica) : 
iiortos ad Dian(am); X 8071 s (Hercula- 
neum, a silver vase): scriptvm Capvae at 
Deanvm {sie)\ Hull. Arch. O. (1900) 
p. 132 (Rome, ■]•): ad Domnvm {sic) Lav- 
rentivm = « at the tomb of»; III 10283 
(Sirmium, f): feci ... memoriam ad Do- 
mnvm (sic) Synerotem ... ad dextram : 
Rev. Arch. (1904) p. 310 (Praeneste, 4 th ) : 
ad Dvas Casas ; II 5439 ( Lex Ursonens.) ; 

CXXVIII 1. 15: AD FANA, TEMPLA, DEI.V- 

bra; X 3792 (Capua, 387): lvstratio ad 
flvmen Casilino (sic), and lvstratio ad 

FLVMEN AD ITER DlANAE J VI 2075 (Rome, 

ArvaL 105): ad focvlvm Deae Diae; XI 
G689 12 (Savignano, a tile): ad forn[a- 
cem] {iUius): I p. 320 = I 2 p. 217 
= IX 2320 [Fasti Allifani), I p. 324 = 
I-' p. 244 = IX 4192 (F. Amitemini): 
{sacrificium) Divo Ivlio ad Forvm ; I 
p. 325 P p. 245 - 7 IX 4192 (ibid.): 
Satvrn(o) ad For(vm), and Opi ad Fo- 
rvm; P p. 240— VI 2298 (F. Vallen- 
ses): Spei ad Forvm Holitorivm; IX 
2827 (Buca, 19): ad fraxinvm notatam ; 
I 551 (Polla, 132 B. C): ad Fretvm ad 
Statvam ; V 0240 (Mediolauium, f ) : mar- 
tyris ad frontem; VI 30840 (Rome. 
333): coll(egivm) Fore(n)s(ivm) ad Ge- 
nivm loci; XI 6222 (Fannm Fortunae): 
cenatione.w ad gvntham; XIV 4190 (Ne- 
mus Dianae): ad horrea Sempron(iana); 
VI 32416 (Rome, 257): apvd divina al- 

TARIA ... ET AD AETERNOS IGNIS ; XI 6078 

(Urvinum Mataurense) : nonleba {sic, ~ - 
nolebam) esse acerbis {sic, = acerba) ad 
inferos qj/ae at {sic) svperos dvlcis fvi ; 
VI 36653 (Rome): ad inferos; XI 1924 
(Perusia, 166): ad introit[vm c]v- 
[rj[ae]; VI 19151 (Rome): arcvs ad 
Isis; VI 9604 (Rome): ferrarivs svb Aede 
Fortvnae ad Lacvm Aretis ; VI 31893 
(Rome): ad Lacvm Longvm; VI 9545 
(Rome): ad laevam; V p. 617 no. 5 (Me- 
diolauium, 7) : MARTYRIS AD LAEVAM ; I 

p. 322 = P p. 242 = VI 2299 {F. Va- 
ticaai): Via Flam(inia) ad lapidem pri- 
m(am) ; XIII 3162 (Viducasses): epistvla 

Q_VAE AD LATVS SCRIPTA ES[t] ; VI 10229 

(Testament. Dasumii) 1. 115: ad latvs 
monimen[ti]; IX 1017 (Beneventum) : 
adlatvs {sic) tribvnorvm fvit j V 938 



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(Aquileia) : miles ad latvs Avg(vsti); 

VIII 2438 (Thamugadi, 3 d ) : at (sic) la- 
tvs basis; IIP p. 845 (Dacia, 60): ad 
latvs sinistr(vm); III p. 1962 (Coptos, 
83) : ad latvs dextrvm ; III 12489 
(Troesmis) : sacerdotivm at (sic) Libe- 
rv/w; IX 1548 (Beneventum) : limen ad 
hoc, popvli, persolvite vota tonanti ; 

X 4104 (Capua) : hospes, hospitivm t[i]bi 
ad Lvcvm Decidiorvm ; II 2638 (Astu- 
rica) : sacerdos Romae et Avg(vsti) ad 
Lvcvm Avg(vsti) ; XV 332, 333, 334 
(Rome): Figlinae ad Mercvrivm Felicem; 
XIV 376 (Ostia) : pondera ad macellvm 
et mensvrae ad Forvm Vinarivm; VIII 
7759 (Cirta) ; odoratvr ad mare pinvs; 
VI 10234 (Rome, 2 nd ): Via Appia ad 
Martis; XII 961 (Arelate, f): ad san- 
ctvm martyre[m]; III 9546 (Salonae, f): 

AD MEDIANVS (sic) MARTYRES | XIV 2934 

(Praeneste, 385): vt ad memori(a)m meam 

... COLANT SPIRITVM MEVM ; Bllll. Al'Ch. 

Cr. (1900) p. 509 (Rome, f ) : ad me(n)- 

Sa(m) BEAT! MARTVRIS (sic) ', VI 10245 

(Rome) : ad milliarivm v svpra pontem 

AD MONIMENTVM (sic) (illius)\ I p. 317 

— P p. 236 (Fasti Praeneslini): feriae 
Robigo Via Clavdia ad milliarivm v; I 
p. 323 = P p. 243 = IX 4192 (F. Ami- 
ternini) : ad milliar(ia) prim(vm) et sex- 
t(vm); VIII 14683 (Simitthus, 183): 
at (sic) miliarivm vi j XI 3715 (Pyrgi) : 
ad mil(liarivm) prim(vm) ; XIII 1791 (Lu- 
gnduniim, 3 d ), X 3335 (Misenum, 247), 

IX 2995 (Anxanum, 2 nd ), V 4056 (Man- 
tua, 248), V 4091 (Cremoua, 2 nd ), XI 
028 (Faventia, 216), X 7855 (Sardinia, 
134), III p. 2213 (Brigetio, 150), VIII 
20978 (Caesarea, 2 ,ld ), VII 1193 (Britan- 
nia, 103) etc. (f'req. in tabulae hones tae 
missionis) : post templvm Divi Avg(vsti) 
ad Minervam; III 703 (Philippi): admo- 
niment(vm) (sic) eor(vm) vescentvr; VI 
8861 (Rome): ad monimentvm (illius); 

XI 132 (Ravenna) : ad monvmentvm; I 
p. 284 XXIII = P p. 189 - = XI 1826 
(Arretium, elogium of M. Valerius Maxi- 
mus): ad Mvrciae ; P p. 274 (Fasti Phi- 
locali) : eqvvs ad Nixas fit; XII 5272 
(Narbo): ad Orchvm q_vid valet?; Ill 
6418 (Dalmatia) : ad Petram Longam; VI 
10035 (Rome): ad Pinvm; I 2 p. 217 = = IX 
2320 (Fasti AUifani), I p. 324 = ■ P 



p. 244 = IX 4192 (B. Amiternini): (sa- 
crificium) Portvno ad Pontem Aemi- 
livm ; I p. 320 = P p. 240 (F. Vallen- 
ses): Portvno ad Pontem Aemili ; VI 
9488 (Rome, f): ad Porta(m) Trigemi- 
nal) LAGVNARA (sk)\ P p. 217 = IX 

2320 (Fasti AUifani): Herc[vli] invicto 
ad Port(am) Trigeminam; I 1166 — X 
5807 (Aletrium, B. C): lacvm ad [p]or- 
tam; Man. Anojran. cap. 11. 29: [Ae]- 
des Honoris et Virtvtis ad Portam [Ca- 
penam]; P p. 214 = VI 2295 = 32482 
(Fasti Arvalium): feriae et svpplicatio- 
nes ad omnia pvlvinaria; VIII 10942 
(Caesarea) : ad pvpvm = (buried) beside 
her baby; XIV 409 (Ostia): ad qvadri- 
gam Fori Vinarii ; XII 3313 (Nemausus) : 

AD RIPAM FLVMINIS RhODANI \ XIV 2112 

(Lanuvium, 2 nd ) 1. 25: n(vmmi) qvi ad 
rogvs (sic) dividentvr; XI 5047 (Meva- 
nia): ad rogvm svvm; VI 2023 (Rome, 
Arval, 14): ad sacrificivm; Le Blant 
101 (Lugdunensis) : ad Sanctvm Petrvm 
Apostolvm; XIV 2408 (Bovillae, 169): 
(ilii) omnibvs corporib(vs) ad scaenam 
honorato ; XI 6435 (Pisaurum): ad in- 
fernas sedes Achervntis ad vndas ; Rossi 
810 (Rome, +), XI 1436 (Pisae), Pais 
181 (Aquileia): ad sepvlcrvm; VIII 18880 
(Numidia): at (sic) sepvltvram; VIII 
2728 (Lambaesis) : ad septentrionem ; 
XIV 2496 (agerTusculanus): reg(ione) vii 
at (sic) Tres Silanos; V 2 p. 852 (Panno- 
nia Sup., 74): ad sinistram; VI 10036 
(Rome): ad Sorores iiii; V 2 p. 925 (Dacia, 
wax-tablet, 167) : ad stationem {illius) ; 
VI 9673 (Rome) : pigmentario negotianti 

ESQVILIIS ISDEM AD STATVAM PLANCI ; XIV 

636 (Ostia): hic fvit ad svperos felix ; 
III 3980 (Siscia): nvnqvam opto vos 
ad svperos bene [va]lerae (sic) ; X 2598 
(Puteoli): fvit ad svperos inimica nemini; 
X 2641 (ibid.) : q_vod ad svperos mihi 
dedisti ; X 3969 (Capua) : cvm ... ad 
svperos licitvm est; IX 2893 (Histo- 
nium), IX 3473 (Peltuinum), XI 6435 
(Pisaurum): at (sic) svperos; VI 23551 
(Rome), XI 856 (Mutina), III 2609 = 
9418 (Salonae), VIII 12118 (Prov. By- 
zac): ad svperos; I p. 285 XXV = I 2 
p. 191 VII = VI 1308 (Rome, elogium 
of Camillus): Etrvscis ad Svtrivm devi- 
ctis; XIII 1706 (Ara Rom. et Aug.): 



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SACERDOTI AD TEMPLVM ROM\E ET AVGV- 

kvm; IX 8518 (Furfo, 58 B. C): ad 
hvc (sic) rEMPLVMj V 6876 (Alpi9 Poe- 

liiiia): at (sic) tva tempi. a; VI 838 
i Rome): qvi ad tetrastylvm epvlati fve- 
rint ; II 3270 (Castillo): signa Veneris 

GENETRICIS ET CVPIDINIS AD THEATRVM: I* 

p. 217 = IX 2820 {Fasti Allifani), I 
p. 320 = [■ p. 240 (F. VMlenses)'. (sa- 

Cri/tcium) Iano ad Theatrvm Marcei.li; 
] p. 325 = [* p. 245 = IX 4192 (F. 
Amiternini) : Iano ad Teath(rvm) (sic) 
Marcelli ; I- p. 21") ( /''. Arvalium): 

Apollini ad Theatrvm Marcelli; I p. 330 
= I- p. 252 = XI 6050 (F. Urbina- 
fes): Apollini. Laton[ae] ad Theatr(vm) 
Marc[ell.]; I p. 317 = I 2 p. 236 (F. 
Praenestini) : Divo Avgvsto Patri ad 
Theatrvm Marc[elli]; VI 32323 (Rome, 
Oomm. Lad. Saec.y 17 B. C): ab Tiberim 
s[a]crificivm fecit; VI 2357 (Rome): 
hospes, ad hvnc tvmvlvm ne meias ! ; VI 
14578 (Rome): ad hoc (sic) tvmvlvm; 
III 2609 = 9418 (Salonae): ad tvmvlvm; 
XIV 3314 (Praeneste): maceria ad viam; 

III 2397 (Salonae): in horto ad viam; 
VI 10239 (Rome). XI 1031 (Brixellum) : 
ad viam. — Ad (as apvd q. v.): « at the 
house of » ; in court, or before a magi- 
strate, «in the presence of", «before». 

IV 1880 (Pompeii, graffito)', at (sic) 
QVEM non ceno, barbarvs ille mihi est ; 
VI 2060 (Rome, ArvaL 81): epvlantes 
ad magistrvm ; VI 2065 (ibid., 87). 2067 
(ibid., 90), 2104 (ibid., 218): epvlati 
svnt ad magistrvm; X 2641 (Puteoli): 

OMNIA PARATA SVNT AD ME J II 6278 ( S. 

C. Italicense) 1. 16: ad principes; I 206 
Lex Jul. Munic.) 1. 1 : ad co(n)s(vlem) 
profiteri ; I 198 (Lex Repel un<l. i LXII: 
ad qvaestorem ; I 197 (Lex Banliae, 
123-118 B. ft): ad q_(vaestorem) ; Eph. 
Epigr. IX p. 1 (Lex Manic. Tarentini): 
ad mi [vir(os)]; VI 35987 (Rome): sciat 
se ad pontifices dispvtatvrvm. 

(c) In place-names. [For location, see 
under each name]. In four itineraria 
inscribed on cups found at Aquae Apol- 
linares (I Bagni di Vicarello), XI 3281-4: 
Ad Aras, Ad Calem, Ad Commvsta (sic), 
Ad Decimvm (sc. milliarium). Ad Fines, 
Ad Lvcos. Ad Martis, Ad Morvm. Ad 
Nova. Ad Novlas, Ad Palem, AdPor- 



tvm (sic), Ad Praetorivm, Ad Solaria or 
AdDvoSolaria (sic). Ad Tvrres, Ad Vi- 
cesimvm (sc. milliarium). Elsewhere, Ad 
Casas, VIII 270 11451 (Casae); Ad 
Dvas Casas, Rev. Arch. (1904) p. 310 
(Praeneste. 4 th ); Ad Fretvm. I 551 ( Polla, 
L32 B. ft). — HI 14147' (Philae, 29 
B. ft): regis Aethiopvm ad Philas; III 
399 (Pergamus), VI 8582 (Rome), X 1185 
(Puteoli): Alexandria ad Aegyptvm; IX 
41 (Brundisium) : Antiochensis Syriae ad 
Daphnem; III 183 (Syria): Caesariensis 
ad Libanvm; XI 3943 (Capena, 87): Prvsa 
ad Olympvm. 

(</) In functions, public and private. 
ACTA. Ill 6819 (Antiochia Pisidiae): ad 
-a senatvs. — AEDIFICIA. VI 6225 
(Rome): ad -a. — AEGYPTVS. X 4862 
(Venafrum, 1 st ): idiol[o]go ad -vm. — 
AERARIVM. XIV 3607 (Tibur, 31) : 
pr(aetor) ad -vm; XI 1526 (Luca): qvae- 
stori ad -vm; XII 3166 (Nemausus, 1 st ): 
mi vir ad -vm ; VI 1932 (Rome): viator 
ad -vm. — ALIMENTA. XIV 2!)22 (Prae- 
neste, 3 d ) : proc(vrator) ad -a [Lvca- 
n(iae)], Brvtt(iorvm), Calabr(iae) ET 
Apvliae; III 1456 (Sarmizegetusa, 211- 
12) : proc(vrator) ad -a per Apvliam, 
Calabriam, Lvcaniam et Brvttios ; VI 
1633, 1634 (Rome): proc(vrator) ad -a. 
— ANNONA. VI 1633 (Rome). XIV 161 
(Ostia). X 7580 (Carales) : proc(vrator) 
ad -am ; XII 672 (Arelate) : adivt(or) 
procvr(atoris) Avgvstorvm ad -am; VI 
8450 (Rome, 2 nd ): tabvl(arivs) Ostis ad 
-a(m) ; VIII 2757 (Lambaesis) : ad -am 
perp(etvo). — APPELLATIONES. VI 
1531 = 31673, 1532 (Rome) : cogno- 
scenti ad sacras -es. — ARGENTVM. 
VI 8730 (Rome, l sl ) : ad -vm potorivm 
L. Caesaris; VI 3941, 4425. 5746 (ibid.): 
ad -vm. — ARCA. XI 417 (Ariminum): 
q_(vaestor) alim(entorvm) ad ar[c]am 
vicani. — BONA. VI 1634 (Rome): pro- 
curator) AD BONA DAMNATORVM J III 

6575 = 7127 (Ephesus) : [pro]c(vrator) 

AD BONA C0[GE]NDA IN AFRICA \ III 1464 

(Sarmizegetusa, 211-12): proc(vrator) 
ad bona Plavtiani. — BYBLIOTHECA. 
VI 4420 (Rome, 1 st ) : ad byblio[the- 
cam]. — CAPITVLARIA. VI 8601 (Rome, 
1 st ) : procvrator ad -a Ivdaeorvm. — 
CASTOR. VI 8689 (Rome, 1 st ): proc(v- 



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rator) Avg(vsti) ad Castor(em). — CEN- 
SVS. XII 408, Rev. Arch. (1900) p. 431 
(Massilia) : adivtori adcensvs (sic) pro- 
vin(c)(iae) Lvgvdvnensis; XI 5669 (At- 
tidium) : adivt(or) a[d c]ens(vs) ; VI 
8578 (Rome): Avg(vsti) dispensator ad 

CENSVS PROVINCIAE LVGDVNENSIS ; II 2129 
(OblllCO) : COMES ET ADSESSOR LEGATI AD 

[censvs accip(iendos)]; X 6658 (Antium, 
2 nd ): leg(atvs) Avg(vsti) p(ro) p(raetore) 

AD CENSVS PROVINCIAE LVGDVNENSIS ; III 

6819 (Antiochia Pisidiae) : [leg(atvs) Av- 
g(vsti) propr(aetore)] ad censvs Paphla- 
g(oniae) ; XIII 5089 (Aventicum, 2 nd ): 
legato imp(eratoris) ad censvs accipien- 
dos; III 3925 (Neviodunum, 2 n<1 ): pro- 
c(vrator) ... ad c[ensvs aJcc[ipiendosJ; 
XIV 4250 (Tibur): procvratori Avg(v- 
sti) ad accipiendvs (sic) censvs in pro- 
vinc(ia) Gallia Lvgvdvnenensi (sic) et 
in provincia Thracia; VI 31863 (Rome) : 
proc(vrator) Avg(vsti) ad cens[vs] Gal- 
lorvm, and proc(vrator) Avg(vsti) ad 
censvs Brit[annorvm]; VIII 10500 (Thys- 
drus) : proc(vrator) Avg(vsti) ad censvs 
accipiendos; VI 1463 (Rome): tribvno 

LAT1CLAVIO L[EG](lONIS) VII Gem(iNAe) 

at (sic) censvs accipi[enJdos CIVITATIVM 
xxiii Vasconvm et Vardvlorvm. — CVRA. 
IX 1619 (Beneventum, 2 IKi ) : honorato 
ad cvram kalendari rei p(vblicae) Canv- 
sinor(vn\); VIII 9327 (Caesarea): pro- 

C(VRATOR) AVG(vSTl) AD CVRAM GENTIVM. 

CVSTODIA. Ill 12069 (Ptolemais Her- 

Uliu) : COMMILITONIBVS QVI HIC FVERVNT 

ad cvstodia. — DEA. XII 1529 (Vocon- 
tii): cvrat(or) ad deam Avg(vstam) Vo- 
c(ontiorvm), [or Voc(ontiam)]. — ELE- 
PHANTI. VI 8583 (Rome): procvrator 
Lavrento ad -os. — EPISTRATEGIA. 
VIII 10500 (Thysdrus): proc(vrator) Av- 
g(vsti) ad -an (sic) Thebaidos; III 6575 
= 7127 (Ephesus): proc(vrator) in Ae- 

GYPTO AD -AM [s]EPTEM NOMORVM ET Ar- 

sinoitvm. — FALERNAE (sc oites). II 
2029 (Osqua): proc(vrator) Avg(vsti) per- 
Baetic(am) (sic) ad Fal(ernas) veget(an- 
das). — FAMILIA. V 8659 (Concordia): 
proc(vrator) Avg(vsti) ad -(iam) gla- 
d(iatoriam) Transpa(danam) ; III 6994 
(Prusa) : [proc(vrator)] Avgg. ad f[a- 
miliam] gladiat[oriam]. — FASCES. VIII 
7044 (Cirta, 2 ml ) : ordinato in Gallia 



at (sic) qvinqve fasces. — FERAE. VI 
10208 (Rome, 2 nd ): adivtor ad -as. — 
FISCVS. VI 5197 (Rome, 1 st ) : dispen- 
sator) AD -VM GALLICVM PROVINCIAE LVG- 

dvnensis. — HASTA. X 8260 (Tarra- 
cina): x virad -am. — HEREDITATES. 
VI 6291 (Rome): ad -es. — IMAGINES. 
VI 3972 (Rome, 1 st ): ad -es. — IMPE- 
DIMENTA. VI 9775 (Rome): ad -a. — 
INSTRVMENTVM. VIII 12898 (Car- 
thago) : adivt(or) ad instrvmentv (sic) 

COMMENTARIORVM. INSVLAE. VI 3973 

(Rome, 1 st ): ad -as. [cf. insvlarivs.]; VI 
9383 (Rome): exactor ad -as. — LIBRI. 
VI 8877 (Rome): ad -os. — LOCATIO- 
NES. VI 6316 (Rome): mag. qvaest. ad 
-es. — LVDVS. VI 9470 (Rome): (q_v]i 
fvit ad Lvdvm Gallicvm. — MANVS. 
VI 4449 (Rome,?l st ): ad manvm. [cf. a 
manv, amanvensis]; VI 9523 (Rome): 
librar(ivs) ad manvm. — MARGARITAE. 
VI 7884, 9543 (Rome) : ad -as — MARS. 
XIV 309 (Ostia): magistro ad Marte(m) 
Ficanvm Ave; XIV 2918 (Praeneste): 
m(agister) ad M(artem) Praen(estinvm) ? 

— MENSA. VIII 13188 (Carthago) : adiv- 
t(or) tabvl(arii) ad men(sam) Thisi- 
dvensi (sic). — MERCVRIVS. X 3847 
(Capua): proc(vrator) A[vg]vstor(vm) 
ad Me[rc]vrivm Alexandr[eae]. — MI- 
NICIA (sc. porticus). XI 5669 (Atti- 
dium): proc(vrator) Avg(vsti) ad -am. — 
MONETA. II 4609 (Baetulo) : (Mi) m 
viro ad -am; XIII 1499 (ager Arverno- 
rum): (Mi) mil(iti) coh(ortis) xvii Lvg- 
dvnensis ad -am. — NAVES. XIV 2045 
(Vicus Augustanus) : procvratori pvgil- 
lationis et ad naves vagas. — OLEVM. 
XIV 20 (Ostia, 2 nd ): proc(vrator) ad 
olevm in Galbae (sc. korreis) Ostiae 
portvs vtrivsqve ; II 1 180 (Hispalis, 2 nd ) : 
praef(ectvs) annon(ae) adolevm (sic) 
Afrvm et Hispanvm recensendvm, item 
solawina transferenda, item vectvras 
navicvlariis exsolvendas. — ORDO. V 
7872 (Cemenelum): optio ad ordine(m) 
(centurionis) leg(ionis) xxii Primigenial. 

— PATRIMONIVM. VI 31863 (Rome): 
proc(vrator) Avg(vsti) ad patrim(onivm). 

— PENDICIVM (?). VI 5846 (Rome): 
ad pendici(vm) cedri (i. e. qui cedrium 
adpendit?). — POPVLVS. Ill 1456 (Sar- 
mizegetusa, 238) : cvratori ad -(vm) vi[a- 



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r](vm) Traianae et Avreliae [zt~\ Aeci.a- 
NENSIS. — POSSESSIONEM VI 1014, 

4015 (Rome, I '•: u is. — praedia. 
Ill 536 (Corinthus, 3 d ): procurator.) 

AT [SIC) PRAEDIA GaLLIANA. — PRAETO- 

R.IVM. VIII 4240 (Verecunda) : {Mi) 

tXACTO at (sic) PRAET(ORIVm). RA- 

tiones. VIII 7039 (Cirta): proc(vra- 

iok i Avg(vsti) ... ad pvtandas rationes 
Syriae civitativm; VIII 7059 (ibid., 2 nd ) : 

legato divi Hadriani ad rationes civi- 
rATivM Syria pvtandas: XIV 2504 ( ager 
Tusculanus, 2 nd ): (Me) qvi proc(vravit) 
[i. e. procurator fuit] Alexandriae ad 
rat(iones) patrimonii; VI 8432 (Rome): 
q_vi proc(vravit) in ratione hered(ita- 
tivm) ad leges praedior(vm). — REPO- 
SITORIVM. VIII 9426 (Laesarea): srv- 
ctor (sic) ad ropositriv(m) (sic). — 
RIPA. X 7587 (Carales, 2 nd ): proc(vra- 
tor) Caes(aris) Hadriani ad -am. — 
SACRA. XI 1848 (Arretium) : ivrat(vs) 
ad -a Etr(vscorvm). — SILICES. VI 
1508 (Rome. 2 nd ): proc(vrator) ad -(es). 

— SOLAMINA. VIII 619 (Mactar, 2" d ): 

PROc(vraTOr) AD SOLAMINIA (sic) ET HOR- 

rea. — SPES. Ill 12411 (Mo'esia Inf., 

I s1 ): optio ad spe(m) ordinis. STV- 

DIA. VIII 18909 (Thibilis): [proc(vra- 
ior)] ad -a. — SVFFRAGIA. XIV 2630 
(Tusculum, 1 st ): nvngentvs (sic) ad svb- 
frag(ia). — SVPELLEX. VI 4471 (Rome, 
r 1 1 : ad svpell(ectilem) ; VI 9049, 33758 
(Rome): ad svpelect(ilem) (sic). — TA- 
BERNACVLA. VI 5339 (Rome): p(rae)- 
p(ositvs) ad tabernacla (sic). — TRI- 
CLINIVM. VI 4885 (Rome): disp(ensa- 
lor) ad trichilinivm (sic). — VALETV- 
DINARIVM. VI 9084 (Rome^: ad -(ivm). 

— VALETVDO. VI 4475, 9085 (Rome): 
ad -em. — VECTIGALIA. X 7583 (Ca- 
rales) : proc(vrator) Avgg. ad vectig(a- 
i.ia) ferr(ariarvm) Gall(icarvm) ; X 7584 
(ibid.): proc(vrator) Avgg. ad vecti- 
g(alia) xx (= vicesimae) her(editativm) 
and proc(vrator) Avgg. ad vectig(alia) 
[ferJr(.ariarvm) Gallic(arvm). — VE- 
NVS. VI 4040 (Rome, 1 st ): ad Vene- 
rem. — VESTIS. VI 3985, 4477, 6374. 
9960 (Home): ad -em; VI 6372 (Rome): 
ad -em avi. — VICESIMAE. X 3874 
(Capua): [proc]vratori Avg(vsti) ad vi- 
ces[imamJ; III 6994 (Prusa): pro[c(v- 



rator) Avgg.] ad xx trans Padvm ; VI 
1683 (Rome): proc(vrator) ad xx (sc. 
hereditatium) per Asiam. [L]yciam. Pam- 
philiam, and proc(vrator) ad xx p[e]r 
Syriam. J Note in the same i user. : proc. 
xx (= vicesimarum) per Campan(iam)]. — 
VNGVENTA. VI 4046 (Rome, 1 st ): ad -a. 

(B) Relational. 

(a) Denoting purpose. 

i 1) Simply, in phrases. Vlll 089 (Mis- 
sua) : ad aeternitatem meritorvm eivs; 
VIII 1318 = 14850 (Tuccabor): ad am- 

P I.ATIONEVV TEMPLI ET GRADVS ; III 1448 

(Sarmizegetusa) : us. (tot) n(vmmos) ad 
annonam dedit; VIII 8480 (Sititis, 4 th ): 
ad annon[ae pvblicaeJ coctionem ; IX 
4686 (Reate. 184): ad annonae compa- 
rationem; VIII 7989 (Rusicade): ad cvl- 
tvm thea[tri] ; X 444 ( Vallis Silari sup.) : 
ad cvltvm tvtelamq_ve; VIII 9052 (Au- 
zia) : ad cvstod(iam) ; IV 1894 (Pompeii. 
graffito, = Propert. V 5. 47): ianitor 
ad dantis vigilet; II 1663 (Tucci): edi- 
TIS AD dedicationem scaenicis lvdis ; XIV 
4259 (Tibur) : ad amphitheatri dedicatio- 
nem; VIII 6948 (Cirta): ad cvivs dedi- 
cationem; VIII 7960, 7963 (Rusicade): 
ad qvarvm dedicationem ; X 6908 = IX 
5980 (Capua, 201) : ad defension(em) 
viae; XI 6011 (Sestinum): ad ivr(is) di- 
ct(ionem); XI 379 (Arimiuum): ad em- 
ptionem possessionis; 1X4215 (Amiter- 
num): ad aepvlvm (sic); VIII 2340 (Tha- 
mugadi): at (sic) exornatione(m) balinei ; 
VIII 2398-9 (ibid.) : ad exornationem 
operis macelli ; III 1212 (Apulum) : ad 
extrvctionem aetomae; XI 5939 (Tifer- 
mim Tiberinum): ad balinei fabrica(m); 
III 19 = 6587 (Alexandria, 384-9): ad 
perpetvitatis famam; X 5349 (Interamna 
Lirenas, 408): ad perpetvam famam; III 
6733 (Antiochia Ciliciae, 359-61) : ad 
perpetvam [q_3 viet ' s firmitatem;1II 1504 
(Sarmizegetusa), II 3114 (Cabeza del 
Griego): ad fvnvs; XIII 2219 (Lugudu- 
num) : nam temere emissvs, non ad mea 
fvnera, claws haesit et in tenero ver- 
tice delitvit ; III 9638 (Salonae, f): 
servet ... ad gavdia membrvm; \l 1772 
(Rome. 4 th ): ad perpetvi nominis glo- 
riam; Bull. Arch. Cr. (1900) p. 304 
(Rome) : ad gloriam pontificalem ; lb. 
(1880) p. 122 (Orvieto, 9 th ): ad ho.no- 



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re(m) D(e)i et S(an)c(t)i Ioh(annis); II 
2006 (Nescania) : ad impensas operis; VI 
1196 (Rome, 5 th ) : ad perenne indicivm 
trivmpho[rvm]; X 114 (Petelia) : ad in- 

STRVMENTVJW TRICLINIORVM ; III p. 1935 

(Edict. Dioclet.) 7. 15: lateris crvdi ad 
latercvlos; X 3678 (Misenum): ad la- 
vacrvm balnear(vm) pvblicar(vm) ; VI 
1195, 1731 (Rome, 4 th -5 th ) : ad memoriam 
gloriae sempiternae ; VI 1768 (Rome, 
346): ad memoriam perpetvi nominis; 
VIII 17896 (Thamugadi, 361-3): at (sic) 
perpetvitatis memoriam ; X 4560 (Tre- 
bula), IX 1596 (Beneventum) : ad aeter- 
nam memoriam; Mon. Aacyran. cap. 16. 
27: ad memor(j]am aetatis meae; VI 
1710 (Rome, 5 th ): ad memoriam sempiter- 
nam ; VI 1479 (Rome): ad memoriam 
(illius); VI 8401 (Rome, 6 th ) : ad obla- 
tion(em) vel lvminaria nostra; VIII 
5146 (Thagaste) : ad opvs mvnificentiae 
svae patriae; XII 22 (Vintium): ad qvod 
opvs collignivm (sic = collegium) ivve- 
nvm Nemesiorvm impendivm dedi(t); VIII 
7988 (Rusicade): ad opvs theatri ; VIII 
16530 (Theveste): ad hoc opvs; XII 
5336 (Narbo, f, 5 th ): praebvit adoper(a) 
(sic) et ceter(a) sol(idos) (tot) J VIII 
937 = 11216 (Mun. Seressitanum) : ad 
cvivs ornamenta; XIV 300 (Ostia) : ad 
ornatvm Porticvs Placidianae; VI 1178 
(Rome): ad ornatvm Vrbis; X 212 (Gru- 
mentum) : ad ornatvm thermarvm ; X 
6313 (Tarracina) : ad o[rn]atvm civita- 
ti[s]; XIV 2919 (Praeneste, 4 th ): ad per- 
petvitatem nominis eivs adqve (sic) me- 
moriam; VI 1188-90 (Rome, 5 th ): ad 

PERPETVITATEM NOMINIS EORVM J XI 4781 

(Spoletium, 4 th ): ad aeternam divini no- 
minis propagationem; VI 1706 (Rome, 4 th ): 

AD VIVACEM RECORDATIONEM ET SEMPITER- 

na(m) memoriam; VI 1725 (Rome, 5 th ): 
AD remvnerationem titvlosqve virtv- 
tvm; IX 3513 (Furfo, 58 B. C): peqv- 

nia (sic) AD EAS RES DATA ; VI 2059 

(Rome, Arval, 80-81): ad restitvhonem 
et dedicationem Capitoli ; III 11042 
(Brigetio): ad rosalia a[nnva?]; II 5439 
(Lex Ursonens.) LXV 1. 26 : ad ea sa- 
cra ; VIII 2495 (Numidia, 2 nd ) : ad sa- 
lvtem commeantivm; VIII 19852 (Rusi- 
cade, 4 th ): ad secvritatem popvli Romani ; 
III 3583 (Aquincum): ad qvem (sic) se- 

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pvltvram; XIII 1910 (Lugudunum): ad 
solacivm praecedentis orbitatis ; III 
7080 (Assus, 383-92) : ad solacivm la- 
vori[o]sae (sic) festinationis; V 4015 
(Verona) : at (sic) sollemnia ; X 1253 
(Nola): ad splendorem vrb(is) Nolanae; 
XIV 300 (Ostia): ad splendorem nyn- 
phii (sic = nymphaei) ; III 14386 d (He- 

liopolis) : AD STATVAM VlCTORIAE J VIII 

4579 (Diana) : at (sic) fori stra[t]v- 
ra(m); X 4755 (Suessa), 5426 (Aquinum): 

AD PERENNEM (sic) TESTIMONIVM ; XI 

4096-7 (Ocriculum, 341): ad perenne 
testimonivm ; VI 10239 (Rome): ad tv- 
telam aedifici ; VI 773 (Rome, 3 d ) : ad 
perennem vsvm; VIII 5341 (Calama, 4 th ): 

AD Ne[ceSSa]rIVM VSVM ET AD PEREGRINO- 

rvm hospitalitatem ; VIII 18328 (Civ. 
Lambaes., 379-383) : ad v^vm vtilita- 
temqve. — Esp. on oculists' stamps, de- 
noting the disease for which the remedy 
is prescribed. [Very numerous; for fuller 
citations see under each separate disease]. 
Esx., XII 569 1 5 (Vienna): crocodes ad 
aspritvdinem; ib. 5691 7 (Arausio) : co;.~ 
ly(rivm) crocodes ad aspritvd(inem) ; ib. 
5691 4 (St. Remy) : chelido(nivm) ad ca- 
l(iginem); V 8124 (Genua): soricvm ad 
calig(inem) ; XII 5691 1 (Nemausus) : 
Galb(anvm) ad cicat(rices) ; ib. 5(>91 5 
(Vienna) : diamisvs ad cicatr(ices) ; ib. 
5691" (Vezenobre) : dioxvs adveter(es) 
(sic) (cicatrices?); Ill 1636 (Dacia): dia- 
misvs (sic) AD VETERES CIC(aTRICEs) ; V 

8124 (Genua): ledon ad cla(ritatem) and 
cloron ad clar(itatem); VII 1319 (Ca- 
ledonia) : APALOCROCODES AD DIATHESIS ; 

XII 5691 2 (Vezenobre): diacesam(enon ?) 
ad epipho(ras) ; ib. 5691 7 (Arausio): pvn- 
ctvm ad epifor(as) ; III 1636 (Dacia): 
dialibanv(m) ad imp(etvm) ex ovo. and 
nardinvm ad impet(vm) lip(pitvdinis) ; V 
8124 (Genua): nardinvm ad impetvm ; 
Bramb. 1297 (Prov. Rhenaua) : penicille 
ad oiyvne(m) lipp(itvdinem) ex ovo ; XII 
569P (Vezenobre): dicent(etvm) ad se- 
dationes and diarh(odon) ad pvsvl(as); 
VII 1312 (Britannia) : dialibanv(m) ad 
svppvrat(iones); VII 1308 (Viroconium) : 
dial[i]ba[nvm] ad omne vit(ivm) o(cv- 
lorvm) ex o(vo), etc. 

(2) With gerundive or gerund. XI 5750 
(Sentinum, 260): ad remvneranda aeivs 

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ctionbm; VIII L282 - : L4785 

(\';ill)s): W> KIMVNERANDAM ADFECTIONEM 

sdem; \ •">■! 1 (Salernum) : ad ExoRNAN- 

dam aedem ; \ I V J J » 1 4 (agar A lliamis) : 
ad agros dividvndos : VI 1460, 1 
(Rome, T'l: ad agros dividendos ; IX 
r.ii.VJ (Trial : ad aqvam perdvcend(am i : 

V LIS] (bet. Cremona and Brixia) : ad 
avgendas [...]; II 3270 (Castulo) : ad 

BAL1NEVM AEDIFICANDVM : XI 5749 (Sell ti- 
ll tun. 261): ad remvnerandam eorvm be- 

Nl VOLENTI AIM I I X 6243 (FUfldi) I AD DE- 
CLARANDAM ... BENMVOLENTIAM (SIC) ', VI 

960 (Rome, 2 nd ): ad declarandvm qvan- 

TAE ALTITVDINIS MONS ET LOCVS TANTI5 

[ohe]ribvs sit egestvs ; VIII 1 548 (Agbia, 

2 nd ): AD AMPLIANDAM BENIGNITATEM SVAM ; 

III p. 1936 [Edict. Dioclet.) 8. 7 : ad 
soleanda calciamenta ; XIII 2494 (Am- 
barri): ad cenam omnibvs Tricontis po- 
nendam; XIV 2112 (Lanuvium, 2 nd ): ad 
cenam faciendam; XIV 3902 (ager Ti- 
burtinus, 3 d ): ad cognoscendas vice Cae- 
saris cognitiones; V 5050 lAuauni. 46): 
ad qvas (sc. controversial) ordinandas; 

VI 20154 (Rome. ArvaL 86). 2078 (ibid., 
lis): ad cooptandvm (ilium); III 9567 
(Salonae) : at (sic) dva corpvra (sic) de- 
ponenda; VI 23328 (Rome): ad id emen- 
dvm ; VI 10234 (Rome, 2 nfl ). X 144 (Vallis 
Silari Sup.): ad epvlandvm : III p. 1929 
(Edict. Dioclet. Iatrod.) II 3 : ad svsti- 
nendos exercitvs; III 4037 (Poetovio): 
ad opprimendam factionem Gallicanam ; 
VIII 4322 (Casae) : ad fenvm (sic) se- 
c(andvm); VI 1771 (Rome, 4 th ): ad fidem 

GESTORVM PLENIVS MEMORIAE TRADENDAM ; 

X 6850 (Tarracina, 6 th ) : ad perpetvandam 
tanti domini gloriam; II 1 2S2 (Salpensa, 

147): NON SOLVM AD GRATIAM a tali viro 
inevndam, vervm ad spem optimam de 
ca^didato habendam ; VI 1670 (Rome, 

205) : AD AVGENDAM THERMARVM TraIANA- 

rvm gratiam ; V til (Pola), VIII 5366 
lama): ad referendam gratiam; VIII 
124.">:; (Curubis): ad remvnerandam gra- 
tiam: XII 2522 (Narbonensis) : ad id ho- 

ROLOGIVM ADMINI5TRANDVM J VIII 15880 

(Sicca) : ad leniend'os] conpescendos- 
q_(ve) do[lor]is impetvs. et ad hono- 
randam ... memoriam: VI 1777 (Rome, 
4 th ): ad impetrandvm; VI 1377 (Rome. 

2 l: AD IVVENTVTEM PER ITALIAM LHGEN- 



dam ; VI 455 (Rome, 168): ad conse- 
crandos lar[es]; VIII 12253-4 (Turca), 
15887 (Sicca): ad remvnerandam libera- 
litatem; V 8130 (Pola): ad excolendvm 
locvm; VI 877 (Rome. 1 st ): ad consvm- 
mandam memoriam; VI 1727 (Rome, 5 th ): 

AD POSTERITATIS MEMORIAM DECORANDAMJ V 

2046 (Bellunnm): ad mem(oriam) col(en- 
dam); VIII 1 "> 8 8 1 (Sicca): ad propagan- 
dam . . . memoriam ; VIII 4692 (Madaura) : 

AD PROPAGANDAM IN AEWM MEMORIAM: X 

2015 (Pnteoli): ad confreqventandam 
memoriam qviescentivm ; VIII 14786 
(Vallis): ad remvneranda merita: XIV 
2466 (Castrimoenium, 31): ad mvnera 
ornatvs mvnicipi facienda: X 3704 (Cu- 
mae) : ad cvmvlanda mvnera patriae; XI 
4815 (Spoletium. 4 lh ) : ad celebrandvm 
natalem fili svi; Rev. Arch. (1903) p. 467 
(Heliopolis, 1 st ): ad nationes ... compri- 
mendas; XII 4333 (Narbo, 12-13): ad 

SVPPLICANDVM NVMIN! EIVS ; XIII 2494 

(Ambarri): ad opvs consvmmandvm; VI 
1184 (Rome. 4 th ): ad conclvdendvm 
opvs; VIII 1547(3 (Prov. Procons): at (sic) 
ornandvm opvs; VIII 937 (Mun. Seres- 
sitanum): ad amplianda ornamenta; VIII 
14792 (Prov. Procons.): ad exornandam 
[e]am (sc. patriam); VIII 20711 (Tig- 
zirt): at (sic) svplendam (sic) [p]orti- 
cv(m) novam; XII 1357 (Vasio): ad por- 

TICVM ANTE THERMAS MARMORIBVS ORNAN- 

dam; VI 11731 (Rome): ad bene qvie- 
scendvm; IX 334 (Cauiisium): ad qvietem 
regionis servandam ; VIII 1548 (Agbia, 
2 nd ) : ad tvendam rempvblic(am) (sic) 
svam; V 4990 (Riva): ad rosas et pro- 
fvsiones q_(vot) a(nnis) fac(iendas); V 
2315 (Atria): ad rosas et escas dvcen- 
das; VI 32362 (Rome. ArvaL 78), 2059 
(ibid.. 80-81): ad peragendvm sacrifi- 
civm; VI 2065 (ibid.. 87), 2067 (ibid., 
90) : ad consvmmandvm sacrificivm ; VI 
12133 (Rome): ad sacrificia facienda; 
XI 6191 (Ostra): ad exornandam scho- 
lam; VI 33033 (Rome): ad sollem[nia] 
celebranda ; VI 32327 (Rome, Coram. 
Lud. Saec, 204) 1. 4: ad sortiendvm; 
VIII 2554 (Castra Lambaes.) : ad spem 
svam confirmandam ; XIV 2973 (Praene- 
ste): ad statvam ponendam; X 1885 (Pn- 
teoli): ad stratam refic(iendam) ; II 1964 
(Lex Malacit., 1 st ) :LV: ad svffragivm 



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ferendvm; Mon. Ancyran. cap. 25. 3: ad 
svpplicivm svmendvm; VIII 8935 (Sal- 
dae) : ad ornandvm templvm; XIV 246 
(Ostia, 140): ad ampliand(vm) templvm ; 
III 633 (Philippi): at (sic) templvm te- 
gend(vm) and at (sic) templvm aedifi- 
candvm; IX 5428 (Falerio, 2 nd ) : ad exo[r- 
nanJdvm theatrvm ; VIII 5365 (Calama) : 

AT (sic) THEATRVM FACIENDVM ; VI 21771, 

35769 (Rome) : ad . . . tvendvm ; III 13734 
(Mun. Tropaeum): ad confirmandam li- 
mitis tvtelam; XI 3303 (Forum Clodi, 
18): ad vescendvm; XIII 3163 (Viducas- 
ses) : ad videndvm me; VIII 14683 (Si- 
mitthus, 185): ad vinv(m) infercnd(vm) ; 
XI 3078 (Falerii, B. C.) : a[d] veitam (sic) 

QVOI.VNDAM (sic) FESTOSQ_VE DIES; VI 

2059 (Rome, Arval, 80-81): ad vota 
nvncvpanda ; ib. 2065 (ibid., 87) : ad 
vota redd(enda); ib. 2066 (ibid., 89), 2075 
(ibid., 105): ad vota solvenda et nvn- 
cvpanda. 

(b) Dependent on adjectives. Ill 12483 
(Troesmis, 4 th ): aptissimvm ad confirman- 
dam ... secvritatem; XII 2115 (Vienna, 

\) : AD NVNC MARTVRIBVS (sic) SEDEM TRI- 

bventibvs aptam; VI 18086 (Rome): ni- 

MIVS (sic) ERAT BLANDVS AD ILLVMJ X 7570 

(Carales) : o celere[V] at (sic) mala vota 
dei ! ; V 6725 (Vercellae, f) : clemens ad 
ignoscendvm ; VIII 9080 (Auzia) : ad 
planctvs aviae dolenti. [Cf. XII 2301 
(Gratianopolis) : ad matris casvm filivs 
indolvit] ; VIII 21303 (Caesarea) : ad 
svperos f.dvs; Bull. Arch. Cr. (1888-9) 
p. 138 (Rome, 9 th -10 th ): fortis ad arma 
fvit ; XIV 2466 (Castrimoenium, 31): 
mvnificvs ad mvnera ornatvs mvnicipi 
facienda; XII 1981 (Vienna): natvs at 
(sic) eloqvivm; XI 4170 (Interamna, 32) : 
nati ad aeternitatem Romani nominis; 
III 3385 (Matrica, 185): loca opportvna 
AD CLANDESTINOS latrvncvlorvm transi- 
tvs; XIII 2476 (Ambarri, 626?): qvi 
fvit ad Dei officio (sic) paratvs ; Le 
Blant 170 (Civ. Turonum) : praevivs ad 
bona Xri ; III 12326 (Perinthus) : ad 
rei pvblicae amplificandae gloriam pro- 
creato; III 19 = 6587 (Alexandria, 

384-9): AD INSIGNEM LAVDEM GLORIAMQVE 

progenito; Bull. Arch. Cr. (1888-9) p. 138 
(Rome, 9 th -10 th ): promptvs ad omne bo- 
nvm; V 5725 (Vercellae, f ) : solers (sic) 



ad avdiendvm. — Add, with sense inhe- 
rent in adj. mansuetus, V 7881 (Ceme- 
nelum) : ad omnes homines mansvetv- 
dinem. 

(c) In phrases, with various senses, such 
as «in regard to», «in reply to», «ac- 
cording to » etc. ; simple adverbial phra- 
ses, etc. VI 1877 (Rome, 73): manvmis- 

SVS AT (sic) CONSILIVM PROCVRATORIS NO- 
MINE; VIII 10570 (Saltus Burunitanus, 
2 11 ' 1 ) : ad libellvm svvm = « according to 
imperial rescript »; VI 1749 (Rome, 421): 
ad petition(em) senatvs amplissimi popv- 
liq_(ve) Romani; III 19 = 6587 (Ale- 
xandria, 384-9) : ad petitvm primorvm 
nobilivm; VIII 7013 (Cirta, 4 th ): ad peti- 
tvm svvm ; VI 1585 (Rome, 193) : ad volv- 
ptatem svam. — VIII 4387 (Seriana) : 

AT (sic) FORMAM ET MENSVRAM MONVMENTI ; 

II 5181 (Lex Metalli Vipasc.) 1. 47: 
ad mesvram (sic) pondv[sve] j VIII 4508 
(Zarai, 202): ad capvt, of cattle — « per 
head » . — VI 1741, 1742, 29736 (Rome) : 
X 5837-8 (Ferentinum) ; VIII 236 = 
11135 (Sufetula): ad exemplvm; IV 1517 
(Pompeii, graffito), Bruns, Fontes, p. 275 : 
ad exemplar. — IV 1989 (Pompeii, graf- 
fito) : Felix ad vrsos pvgnabet (sic) ; VI 
10048 (Rome, 2 nd ): ad venetvm vicit ; 
VI 10062 (Rome) : at (sic) pvrpvrevm 
liber vic(it); VI 10047 (Rome): pedibvs 
ad qvadrigam. — VI 25175 (Rome): ad 
qvod habvi = k according to my means » ; 
XIV 4124 (Fidenae, a weight): exact(vm) 
ad Artic(vleianvm) = « according to the 
standard of A. » ; VIII 1523 = 15539 
(Thugga) : viximvs ad satiem; IV 2430 
(Pompeii, graffito): ad tempvs = « in 
good time », « betimes »; XIV 367 (Ostia, 
182): ad assem; Dessau, laser. Select. 
5145 (Pompeii) : ad lvna(m) = « by moon- 
light»; VI 1377 (Rome, 2 nd ): ad postre- 
mvm = «at the last»; VIII 20412 (Si- 
titis, f, 384): ad perfectvm; VI 2065 
(Rome, Arval 87), 2065 (ibid., 90): lv- 
cvm Deae Diae ad svmmotvm escendervnt 
= k clearing away the onlookers » . — XI 
5797 (Sentinum): (ilia) vixit ... et fecit 
ad maritvm ... . 

(C) Temporal. VI 26119 (Rome): ad 
anos (sic) vixit {tot); III 2920« (lader): 
vsq_(ve) ad ann(vm) lxxv; X 6328 (Tar- 
racina) : pveris vsq_(ve) ad annos xvi, 






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i i is [ vsqJve) ad] annos xiii; XI 1121 
(Pisae): vsq_v[eJ ad eam diem; \fon. An- 
cyran. cap. 25. 7: ad evm dh;m; VI 7">7'.» 
I Rome): qvae mecvm vixit tan (sic) con- 
i orde ad fatalem diem; VI 10105 1 Rome) : 

DVLCISSIMB (.SC. Vixit) CVM SVIS AD SV- 

premam diem; VI 1 L570 (Rome): ad diem 
mortis svae ; VI 13075 (Rome): vsqve 
at (sic) die(m) tw(m); X L783 (Puteoli): 

\n diem vitai-: (i. e. mortis) svae; X 8909 
i Capua): finitam ad diem = « up to the 
day of death »; VI 8999 (Rome): a prima 

ETATE (sic) VSQVE AT (sic) FINE(m); X 

3720 (Liternum) : ab virginitate sva ad 
finem vitae svae; X 1)785 (Pandateria): 
ad finem vltima(m)qve hora(m) ; V 5415 
(Comum, f): vsq_ve ad finem mvndi ; VI 
10185 (Rome): vsqve at (sic) fotsa (i. 
e. fossam = mortem); XIV 3676 (Ti- 
bur) : [ab hora] noctis primae ad ho- 
ra[m] eivsdem; VI 1261 (Rome, 1 st ): ab 
mora secvnda ad horam sextam ; IV 2437 
(Pompeii, graffito, 37 B. C.) : cvrator 
fvit iv non(is) dec(embribvs) vsce (sic) 
ad vi eid(vs) dec(embres); VIII 9592 
(Caesarea. ■}•): ad vsqve vm idvs decem- 
[b>(es); II 5439 (Lex Ursonens.) LX1I 
4. 3: ad pr(idie) k(alendas) ianvar(ias); 
I 2 p. 64 (Fasti Colotiani): ex a(nte) 
d(iem) v k(alendas) dec(embres) ad pr(i- 
die) k(alendas) ian(varias); I p. 471 
(Fasti Venusini): ex k(alendis) ivl(hs) 
ad k(alendas) ivl(ias) and sim. passim ; 

X 7643 (Carales): vsq_(ve) ad mortem; 

XI 330 (Ravenna, -J-): at (sic) pveritiam; 
V 2 p. 945 (Alburnus Maior, 159): tri- 
bvta vsqve ad recensvm dep[e]n[dat]; 
VI 2065 (Rome, 87): ex Satvrnalibvs 

PRIMIS AD SATVRNALIA SECVNDA J V 8722 

(Concordia) : ad vltimvm vitae. — In 
sense of time when, XIV 1731 (Ostia): 

QVAE FVIT AT (sic) DIEM MORTIS SVAE 

annorvm vm ; I p. 312 (Fasti Praene- 
stini): ad nonas; III 12987 (Salonae) : 

AD MORTEM INGEMVI TE ; XII 2301 (Gl'a- 

tianopolis): ad matris casvm filivs indo- 
lvit ; Rossi 745 (Rome, f ) : mervit oc- 

CVRRERE XPO. AD RESVRREc(tIONEm). 

(D) Notabilia. Ad — instead of geni- 
tive, XIII 500 (Ausci, f): hic (sc. tumu- 
lus) AD innocentem et peregrinvm (sc. 
est): XIII 2483 (Ambarri, f) : hic reqvii- 

SCVNT (sic) MEN BRA (SIC) AD DVVS (sic) 



ires. — Ad — instead of dative, VIII 
7iiOl (Cirta): matvritas iiominvm fvi(t) 
ame (sic, = ad me, for mihi). — Note 
biblical use, III 2673 (Salonae, mosaic, 
= Psalm 41. 2) : sic[vt cer]vvs desi- 

DERAT AD FONTES AQVARVM, ITA DESIDERAT 
ANIMA MEA AD TE, DEVS. 

AD. See AT. 

ADAEGINA. See ATAECINA. 

ADAEQVE. -Equally X 1784 (Pu- 
teoli, 187): (illius) soceri eivs adaeq_ve 
o(rnati) v(iri). 

ADAEQVO, -ARE. «To make equal 
to», «attain to». VIII 2391 = 17910 
(Thamugadi): (ilti) Atticam facvndiam 

ADAEQVANT ROMANO NITORi; VIII 5276 

(ager Hipponiensis): vt eximiam volvnta- 

TEM EIVS . . . TITVLIS ADAEQJ/ARENT. 

ADAM. The first man. [Indeclinable, 
or gen. Adae~\. Kraus 46 (= Venaat. 
Fortunal.) : delicta Adae Christvs in 
amne lavat ; Rossi II p. 44 = Carm. 
Lat. 301 (Rome, f, 4 th ) : nomen Adae 
referens ; Rossi 11 p. 69 (Rome, f): 

RESVRGIT EQVIDEM CVM ADAM IN FINE 

s(a)ecvli. Add ibid. p. 247 no. 10 
(Rome, f). 

ADAMAS. t Diamond ■. II 3386 

(AcCi): IN DIGITO MINIMO ANVLI DVO GEM- 
MIS adamant(ibvs). 

ADAMATVS, as name of race.-horse. 
Rev. Arch. (1902) p. 436 (Africa). 

ADAMO, -ARE. « To love eagerly ». 
VI 35769 (Rome) : a nymphis adamato 
Nar[cis]so; VIII 12589 (Carthago, mo- 
saic): Scorpianvs in adamatv [_sic, per- 
haps for adamatu(m) sc. praedium or 

campum}. 

ADAMPLIO, -ARE. « To amplify », 
• enlarge ». VI 222 (Rome, 2 nd ): (aedi- 
c id am) vetvstate corrvptam adamplia- 
vit; VI 414 (Rome, 191): sacrar[i]vm 
... sva pec(vnia) adampliavit; VI 24482 
(Rome): adieCto podismo et adampliato; 
VI 30903 (Rome): [rest]itvit et adam- 
[pliavit]; X 1578 (Puteoli): (illo) adam- 
pliante donis; XI 296 (Ravenna): locvm 
. . . vetvstate conlapsvm . . . restitvit 
adqve (sic) adampliavit; III 6423 (Issa): 

ARAM ADAMPLIAVIT. 

ADANA [Ta 'MavaJ A town of Ci- 
licia on the river Sarus. east of Tarsus. 
Now Adana. As birthplace of a soldier, 



A DAN 



ADDO 



85 






VIII 3159 (Lambaesis): M. Ivlivs Col. 
Procvl(vs) Adan(a). 

ADANATES. A Gallic tribe of the AL- 
pes Cottiae (also called EDENATES q. v.). 
V 7231 (Segusio. 9 B. C): Adanativm. 
Cf. XII 80 (Alpes Cottiae): a[danativ]m? 

ADAPERIO, -IRE. « To open up ». VI 
13016 (Rome): hoc ippogaeo (sic) inpen- 
dis (sic) [e]orvm adaperto. 

ADAR. Hebrew name of the month 
February. 1 p. 337 = I" p. 259 (Fasti 
Polemii Silvii) : (Februarius) vocatvr 
apvd Hebraeos Adar. 

ADAVGEO, -ERE. . To increase », 
«add». XIV 1038 (Ostia): adavctis 
ollis n(vmero) xviii ; XII 5026 (Narbo): 
s[i^bi nomen adavx(it) 

[ADB. = ? Abbrev., probably for ad 
balneas, VIII 2568 (Castra Lambaes.)]. 

ADCENEICVS. A local Celtic title of 
Jupiter, perhaps derived from a vicus. 
[Cf. ADGANAI, AGGANAICVS]. V 
5783 (Mediolanium) : I(ovi) O(ptimo) Ma- 
ximo) Adceneico. 

ADCENSVS. See ACCENSVS. 

ADCLAMO, -ARE. ■ To shout in ac- 
clamation », « to cheer ». VI 2086 1. 17 
(Rome, Arval, 213) : adclamavervnt : 
« Felicissime! Felicissime! ». (Cf. ib. 2104 
1. 36 (ibid., 218), where the word is to 
be supplied). 

ADCLINIS. k Bending, inclining, to- 
wards ». Le Blant 176 (Civ. Turonum, 
-J-) : qvisqvis solo adclinis mersisti in 

PVLVERE VVLTVM. 

ADCRESCENS. Subst. Young son of a 
(here) circitor (q. v.) not yet of age, but 
destined to follow his father's career, in 
a list of circitores with their sons, XIV 
3649 (Tibur) : hab(et) filivm adcrescen- 

TEM, HAB(ET) (illos) ADCRESCENTES etc. 

ADCRESCO, -ERE. «To grow up ». 
II 3256 (Baesucci): [Cre]scens hic ego 

SVM ... QVOD NON ADCREVI, NOMe[n INANE 

fvit]]. 

ADCVBO, -ARE. ■ To lie down near», 
« recline near ■ . XIII 488 (Ausci, 2 nd -3 d ) : 
latrares modo siqvis adcvbaret rivalis 
dominae (on tombstone of puppv). 

ADCVMBITORIVM. A chamber con- 
nected with the tomb, and used for fune- 
ral banquets. [Cf. ACCVBITORIVM]. 
XIV 1473 (Ostia): adcvmbitorivm cvm 



CONDITIBVM (sic) QVOD EST LONGVM PE- 
DES vi, lat(vm) p(edes) mi. 

ADCVRO. -ARE. > To take charge of» , 
«superintend". Ill 12483 (Troesmis, 

4 th ) : ADCVRANTE SaPPONE V. P. DVCE Ll- 
MITIS SCYTHIAE. 

ADDICO, -ERE. « To assign », «ad- 
judge ». Pais 511 = Bruns, Foutes, 
p. 103 = Notiz. (1880) p. 213(Ateste, 
perhaps frgmt. of Lex Rubria) 1. 7 : iv- 
dex arbiterve addicatvr, detvr [and 1. 2 : 

QVODVE IPSE EARVM RERVM QVID GESSISSE 

dicetvr, addicetvr, where correct with 
Bruns 1. c. adducelur\ In auction. II 
5181 II 1. 4 (Lex Metal. Vipasc, 1 st ): 

SI. INSTITVTA AVCTIONE, VNIVERSALITER 
OMNIA ADDICTA FVERINT. VI 11275 

(Rome) : pomarivm addictvm (illis). — VI 
34185 (Rome): nev te . . . aspicerem ad- 
dictaiw Manibvs ire sacreis (sic); XII 3619 
(Nemausus): hoc moniiwentvm (sic) ... 
Manibvs addictv.w sacrisqve priorvm ; 
XIII 7551 (Kreuznach, devotio): sic te 
morbo adicant (sic) dii m[anes3- 

ADDICTIO. « Assignment » . Pais 511 
= Bruns. Foutes. p. 103 = Notiz. (1880) 
p. 213 (Ateste, perhaps frgmt. of Lex 
Rubria) 1. 15: recvperatorvm datio, ad- 
dictiov[e]. 

ADDISCO, -ERE. ■ To learn ■ (as di- 
scere). VIII 20911 (Tipasa, f, mosaic) : 
si q_vis vt vivat qvaerit addiscere 

SEMPER. 

ADDO, -ERE. * To join to», «add 
to». [Cf. ADICIO]. Form : pres. adde- 
tvr, VI 33881 (Rome, f). 

(A) Of increase or improvement by join- 
ing. I 205 1. 5 = XI 1146 (Lex Ru- 
hria, B. C 49): is in id decretvm, in- 

TERDICTVM, SPONSIONEM, IVDICIVM EXCEPTIO- 

nem addito addiqve ivbeto ; VI 1178 
(Rome, 4 th ): porticvs areasq_(ve) ... 
[ Ma]celi.o Liviae ... addi ; VI 1698 
(Rome, 377) : perenne ivdicivm tanto 
mvneri hoc qvooj/e addidit, vt alteram 
statvam . . . conlocaret ; VI 1 715 (Rome, 

399): ADDITA PRAEDICTAE PROVINCIAE ... 

etiam Ravennativm civitate ; VI 1754 
(Rome, 395): consimiles fratrvm trabeis 
gestamina honorvm tertia qvae derant 
addidimvs titvlis; Ihm, Damasi Epigram. 
57 (Rome, f, 4 th ): volvi nova condere 
tecta, addere praeterea dextra laevaqve 



36 



AW>V 



ADEO 



colvmnas; IV 1292 (Pompeii, grafflt 
addi. calicbm S : IX 5894 \ncona, 

ll.'i: HOC ETIAM ADDITO ... PORTVJXIV 

2416 (Borillae): addi us vestibv^s]; IX 
1128 \ lantim) : i • '.'■ r vsvs 

1! ORNATV1 ADDENTI ; V 6839 (AugUStS 

Practoria): addito ponder(i |; XIV 1S21 

tia): cvi pater, addiderat nomenqv[e 

.. ; III L2043 (Lyttus) : q_vicvmq_ve in- 

TENTIONIBV5 SVIS PROBATIONER AD[ DEr]e 

confidit; VIII 1183 (Dtika, 3 d -4 th ): ad- 
dito CVLTV MELIORI iS/C) LAQ_V'EARIORVM ; 

VIII -T>S5 iDiana. front.): [a]dd[i]to 
opere; VIII 4681 (Madaura): addidit hic 

DECVS AC NOMEN SVAE ClaVDIAE GENTI I 

VIII -jiifin i Lambaesis, 3 d ) : additis limis : 
VIII 7123 (Cirta): addito die lvdorvm 
scaenicorvm: 11 3270 (Castnlo) : addito 
etiam epvlo popvlo ; XIII 128 (Conve- 
nae) : haec ... comes addita. 

Rossi 1179 = Ihm. Daman Epigram. 
107 i Rome, 7): ADDAMVS meritis lacrf- 
was; VI 33881 iRome. f): addetvr (sic, 
preS.) ET TIBI Valentini gloria s[ancti] : 

1 1) 1 With idea of increasing by simple 
augment. I p. 317 = V p. 286 (Fasti 
Praenestini, April 26): hvnc diem diws 
Caesar addidit : VI 22958 (Rome): prae- 

TERFA PEDEM ADDIDIT VT PARIe[s] COMMV- 

nis sit; VIII 4187, 4248 (Vereeunda): 

ADDlTiISI AD LEGITIMa(m) HS. (tOt)\ VIII 

4193 (ibid.): additis ad leg(itimam) svm- 
■\ hs. {tot)\ VIII .") 1 4 7 (Tbagaste); 

9100 lAuzia. 2 \dditis hs. (tot) nvm- 

wvm; V 16(36 (Aquileia) : post vndeci (sic) 
annis, additis xxin DiEBvs ; Le Blant 181 
(= Sidon. Apoll. IV Ep. 18): nil novet 
avt addat garrvla posteritas : Hiibn. 
Bisp. 23 a (Emerita, f, (56r'>): vetervm 

ET TITVLIS ADDIT SaLLA SWM. 

Iii sense of -to declare in addition-. 
VIII 2532 = 18042 (Castra Lauibaes., 

2 |: ADDIDISTIS VT ET LAPIDES FVNDIS l*IT- 
TERETIS. 

ADDVCO, -ERE. . To lead to -. - bring 
to», «bring up». [Forms: addvcet pres., 
;r. VIII 798; atdvxit, X 1365 
N la); advxerit, XII 915 lArelate)]. 

(I) Lit. Of persons, III 9576 (Salo- 

oae, ~): (ilia) qvae a Sirmio Salonas 

addvcta est. Of things, Hubn. Hisp. 474 

I. gio, 11 th ): AB VRBE Hispali addvxervnt 

ibi corpvs S(an )c| t 11 Isidori. Esp. aquam 



adducere, ■ to construct an aqueduct to ■ 
or - lav pipes to-. I p. 287 do. XXV1I1 
= 1« p. 192 no. X = XI 1827 (Arre- 
tium. elogium of A p. Claudius): aqvam 
in Vrbem addvxit : X 4833 (Rufrae): 

Aqvam Ivliam peq_vnia (sic) sva addvxit; 
XI iidl(i (Sestinnm): aqvam addvcendam 
ex d(ecvrionvm) d(ecreto) c(vravit); IX 
4209 (Amiternum, l 8t ): aqvam avgv- 

5Jam] ... Pelt[vin( vm)] addvxer(vn 
IX 4786 (Forum Novum): aq_vam ex 
ag[ro] svo in mvnicipivm Forvm Novom 
... addvxit; III 67o;; (Nicopolis, 1 
[Aqvam] Avgvstam Nicopoli[m] addv- 
cendam cvravit; II 5439 III 4 1. 1 ( Lex 
Ursonensis, 44 B. C): qvae aqvae pv- 
blicae in oppido Colon(iae) Gen(etivae) 
addvcentvr. . . . Note intrans. use, as da- 
cere. Eph. Epigr. VIII 798 (Sardinia): 
via qvae addvcet (sic, pres.) a Karali- 
bvs (sic) Olvie (sic 

(2) Fig. X 1365 (Xola, 7): in versi- 

BVS SVIS SEMPER ATDVXIT (sic) MVNERA 

qvopiosa (sic)] XII 915 (Arelate): si 

HALlQVfT (sic) CASV ALITe[r] ADVXERIT (sic) 

aster. [In sense: «to adduce^, Bruns. 
Fontes p. 103 = Notiz. (1880) p. 218 
(Ateste. frgmt. of Lex Rubria) : qvodve 

IPSE EARVM RERVM QVID GESSISSE DICETVR. 

add^v.cetvr (where inscr. has addicet'/r)']. 

ADDVS. A local title of Jupiter. XI II 
6128 (AltaEipa): I(ovi) O(ptimo) Mia- 
ximo) Addo. 

ADEDO. -ERE. «To consume-. So 
probably in XIII 10003" 9 (Vechteu. am- 
phora, graffito): adess[i], for adesi, 
explained 1. c. : « fuit igitnr forlasse: 
dempti sunt modii vel sextarii tut-. 

ADEO. Adv. - To such an extent -, 
-so far», «so», with verb, adj.. or ut- 
clause. [Form ateo. II 5439 III 2. 1 
(Lex Ursoneas., B. C. 44)]. VI 1527 
(Laud. Turiae B. C.):fatear necessest 

ADEO ME EXa[rs]iSSE . . . ADEO [eXHORRVIS- 

se] ...: [II .5439 111 2. 1 (Lex Urso- 

den*.. 44 B. C.) : vsqve ateo (sic) dvm 
e(a) r('es) ivdicata erit; IV 1950 (Pom- 
peii, graffito): nemo adeo vt ferat bar- 
barvs esse volet: X 1458 (Herculaneum) : 

ADEO LIBERALES . . . VT EORVM MONV'MENTA 
DECOR! MVNICIPIO SINT. ADEO DIL'GENTES 

vt ... etc.: X 6785 (Pandateria) : vsqve 
adeo aeqvalis maeror ; Edict. Dioclet., 



ADEO 



ADEP 



87 



Introd. 118: q_vis enim adeo optvmsi (sic) 
pectoris ... est; III 7000 (Orcistus, 4 th ) : 

POPVLVM COMMEANTIVM ADEO CELEBREM ; 

VIII 2728 (Lambaesis, 2 nd ): adeo vt sv- 

PERIOR FOSSVRA DEXTRAM PETIT (sic). 

Note sense of result, V 3216 (Vicetia, f): 

ADEO, [MJaCRINA, VIVIS SEMPER IN NOMINE 

(Chris)ti. 

ADEO, -IRE. «to go to». [Forms: 
adiese (perf. inf.), adieset, adiesent (plup. 
subj.), I 196 = X 104 (S. C. de Bacch.) 
7, 8, 17 ; adeitvr, I 1215 = X 4480 (Ca- 
pua) ; ade (pres. imp.), VIII 12118 (Prov. 
Byzae); adias, IV 1173 (Pompeii, graf- 
fito)', adaiant, Bull. Corr. Hell. 1900 
p. 310 (Philippi); adivo, III 14850 (Dal- 
matia). Note perf. adiit dissyll., Rossi 
412 (Home, +, 4 th )]. 

(A) Lit. « To go to », with ace. of 
place. VI 2074 (Rome, Aroal, 101): 
[e]x is [sic) lo:is provincisq_(ve) qvas 
terr[a] mariqve adierit; Mon. Ancyran. 
cap. 30, 1. 45: qvas ... popvli Romani 
exercitvs nvnqvam ad[i]t ; V 6723 (Ver- 
cellae, -J-): svlpvreasq_(ve) vndas corrv- 
pto corpore adire ; IX 952 (Aecae): 
[spiritvs ae]thereas ardet adire domos; 
Edict. Dioclet. Introd. II 1. 13: qvibvs 

CONSVETVDO EST ADIRE PORTVS \ VIII 213 

(Cillium, 2 nd ): qvas iam transegi rvsvs 
(sic) adire vias ; Rossi 412 (Rome, f . 4 th ) : 
limina mortis adiit; III 14850 (Dalma- 
tia) ; nvnc tartar(a) adivo (sic) ; XII 
481 (Massilia, f) : qvo melivs svperas 
possit adire domos, Bull. Arch. Ct. (1890) 
p. 19 (Rome, 6 th ): [sanctorvm vt COR- 
PORA ADIRET. 

(B) Of magistrates, with ace, « to ap- 
pear before ». 1 196 — X 104 S. C. de 
Bacch., 186 B. C.) : nisei pr(aetorem) 

VRBANVM ADIESENT and NISEI PR. VRBANVM 

adieset; I 206 (Lex Mia Manic, 45 
B. C.) 1. 152: eos adeant, 1. 154: (cen- 
sor em) adierint ; II 1423 (Sabora. 78): 
proco(n)s(vlem) adire; X 1132 (Abelli- 
num): ordinem adiit; VI 10284 (Rome): 

FACVLTAS ... ADEVNDI PER QVER.ELLAS PON- 

tifices; VI 10298 (Rome): recvperato- 

REM VNVM COMMVNEM ADEVNTO ; XI 1420 

(Pisae, 1 st ) : imp(eratorem) Caes(arem) 

AVGVSTVM . . . ADEANT. 

(0) With prep, ad or in, aud adv. quo. 
II 5439 (Lex Ursonens., 44 B. C.) Ill 4 



1. 10: ISQVE AD II VIr(vm) ADIERIT ; I 199 

(Sent. Minucior., 117 B. C.) 1. 45: ad 

nos adeant; I 200 (Lex Agraria, 111 
B. C) 1. 17 : in ivs adierit ad eos ; ibid., 
1. 37: in iovs adierint; ibid., 11. 24, 30 
93, 102; I 204 (Lex Anton, de Termess., 
71 B. 0.): IN iovs aditvm erit; I 205 
= XI 1146 (Lex Rubria, 49 B. C.) I 
10. 16 ; I 206 ( Lex Id. Manic, 45 B. C.) 
1. 44; II 1964 (Lex Malacit., A. D. 
81-84) LXV: in ivs aditvm erit; II 1963 
(Lex Saipens., A. D. 81-84) XXV: donec 

IN ID MVNICIPIVM ALTERVTER EX II VIRIS 

adierit; Mon. Ancyran. cap. 26 1. 16: 

QVO NEQVE TERRA NEQVE MARl QVISQVAM 
ROMANVS ANTE ID TEMPVS ADIT (sic). 

( D) Passive. VI 2080 = 32375 (Rome, 
Aroal, 120): cvm aditi essent fratres 
Arvales a Bittio; VI 33840 (Rome, 
227): (Me) aditvs a me; X 7852 (Sar- 
dinia, 69): EGO QVO QVE ADITVS a Galil- 
lensibvs; V 2781 (Patavium, 4 th ) and III 
12043 (Lyttus, 4 th ): habeat adevndi iv- 
dicis liberam potestatem ; V 2781 (Pa- 
tavium, 4 th ): adevndi ivdicis ... facvl- 
tas; I 1215 = X 4480 (Capua, B. C): 
privatvm precario adeitvr (sic). 

(E) Used absolutely. I 196 = X 104 
(Epist. de Bacch., 186 B. C): Bacas vir 

NEQVIS ADIESE VELET (sic) \ IV 1173 (Pom- 

peii, dipinto): adias (sic); VI 3862 (Ca- 
pena) : hac re qvod metvas adire [non 
est]; Bull. Corr. Hel. (1900) p. 310 
(Philippi) : vt ix (sic) vsvris eivs adaiant 
(sic) rosal(ibvs); VIII 12118 (Prov. By- 
zac): ade (sic), sis; Ihm, Damasi Epi- 
gram. 27 1. 5 (Rome, f 4 th ) : testarvm 

FRAGMENTA PARANT, NE SOMNVS ADIRET. 

(P) Metaphorically, « to approach » , i. 
e. « to undertake ». VI 1783 (Rome, 

431): QVIDQVID IN RESTITVTIONEM [. . . NO- 

m]inis inlvstris ... (Mi us) adimvs; XII 
949 (Arelate, f ) : servile obseqvivm [non] 

DEDIGNATVS ADIRE. 

ADEPS. « Pat i, « grease », anything 
made of animal fat. For cooking purpo- 
ses, III p. 1932 (Edict. Dioclet.) 1. 10: 

ADIPIS RECENTIS ItaL. PO(nDO) VNVM. 

Fol- washing (as soap), II 5181 (Lex Me- 
tal. Vipasc, 1 st ) : vngvere adipe e recenti. 
For medicinal use, XIII 10008 r>1 (Herzo- 
genbusch, gra/fito on amphora): pri(sti- 
nvs) ade(ps). 



88 



ADFA 



ADFE 



adfabilis. . Affable -. 1; 
(Rome, ;-. 128). Form atfabilis. Bull. 
Arch. Cr. ! a Boldetti, 0s- 

. p. 888 Borne, 

adfaiim. A.lv. - abundantlj -. - suf- 
licieatly». Edict. Dioclet. Introd. 1 1.26: 

DIVITl(l)s ... Q_VAE ETIAM POPVLOS ADFATIM 
EXPLERE POTVISSENT. 

ADFATVS. ■ Speech «, «address». V 
6723 (Vercellae, f): blandvs et adfatv 
facilis; VI 1789 i Koine. 5 th ): adfatvs 
sacer a[d nostros p]ostvlatvs. 

ADFECTIO (AFFECTIQ; cf. ADFE- 
CTVSi. «Feeling», «affection», -love». 
[Forms: atfectio. XIV 497 (Ostia); af- 
fectio. VIII 1419 = 15212 (Thignica), 

23 (Lambaesis) ; adfecto (by mistake), 
VIII 15880 (Sicca). Note ace. adfe- 
ctione. XI 5748 (Sentinum. 260); and 
plural adfectionvm, VIII 8210 (Milev)]. 

(1) In sense of ■ feeling - , . sympathy - . 
« friendship », « zeal - etc. V 5343 (Co- 
mum): INTIMI DOLORIS ET ADFECTIONIS : 

XIV 497 (Ostia): ob ivnctam atfectio- 
nem (sic)] VIII 11341 (Sufetula) : ob 
eximiam condisc[ipvlatvs?] adfectionem ; 
VIII 18800 (Numidia): ob eivs carissi- 

MAN\ ADFECTIONE.W; XIII 1910 (Lllgudll- 

llUIll): BLANDA PVERILI ADFECTIO INGENIO 

cvm pietate contendit; XI 5748 (Sen- 
tinum, 260): vt adfectione (sic: ace.) 

SPLENDORI5 SVI IN SINGVLOS QVOSQv(e) 
CONDIGNOS MERENTES EXIBEANT (SIC. SC. 

collegiales) ; VIII 15S80 (Sicca) : [vt] 

PIETATIS ORDINIS N05TRI ERGA PaTERNVM 
ADFECTO (Sic) PERPETVO Si[t] CONTESTATa; 

XIII 191(3 (Luguduoum, f) : (femiaae) 

ADFECTIONIS PLENAE ERGA OMNES HOMINES. 

(2) Especially of affectionate zeal for 
country (town), or fellow-citizens, or for 

ciates (in collegium etc). VI 29682 
(Rome, 3 d ): pro hac adfectione qvam 
erg[a nos iwpen]dior(vm) illivs svm[ma] 
ingens demonstrat ; VI 31917 (Rome): 

ADFECTIONIS ERGA REM PVBLICAM : XIV 2934 

(Praeneste, 385): nobis vniversis cibibvs 

) QVOS MAGNA ADFECTIONE DILIGEBAT ; 

X 4361 (Venafrum, 2 nd ): ob rarissimam 

PRAECIPVAMQVE AC MVNIFICAM EIVS IN SE 
LIBEROSQVE ADFECTIONEM PIETATEMQVE; X 

5919 (Anagnia): ob nimiam eivs erga mv- 

NICIPES PATRIAMQVE ADFECTIONEM ; IX 334 

(Canusium) : ob insignem eivs erga pa- 



TRIAM AC CIVES ADFECTIONEM; IX 14.V.I 

rurea Baebiani)': ob exsimiam (sic) ad- 

FECTIONEM TAM IN SINGVLOS QVAM IN VNI- 

versos cives; IX 1592 (Beneventum, 2"' 1 ) : 

OB SINGVLAREM ERGA PATRIAM CIVISQVE AD- 
FECTIONEM: IX 3160 (Corlinium): [ad] 

REMVNERANDAM ADFECTIONEM QVAM IN SIN- 
GVLOS VNIVERSOSQVE CIVES SVOS EXHIBVIT ; 

IX 3429 (Peltiiinum. 242): ea adfectione 

ADQVE (sic) PRONO ANIMO CIRCA NOS; IX 

3436 ( Peltuinum. 3 d ): ob eximiam adfe- 
ctionem eivs; IX 3(585 (Marsi Marru- 
viura) : pro compe[nsand]a fivs adfe- 
ctione; IX 4208 (Amiternum) : sincera 
amoris adfect[ione] ; XI 613 (Forum 
Livi): ob sinceram eivs erga se adfectio- 
nem; XI 2702 (Volsinii, 224): qvanto 
amore qvantaqve adfectione ; XI 4095 
(Ocriculum, 4 th ) : pro civica adfectione ; 
XI 5749 (Sentinum, 261): adfectionem 

AMORIS [ERG^A N(VMERVM) n(oSTRVm) EXl- 

bentibvs (sic); XI 5750 (Sentinum, 260): 

AD REMVNERANDAM AEIVS (sic) ADFECTIO- 
NEM; XI 6362 (Pisaurum, 4 th ): ob exi- 
miam benignamq_(ve) erga omnes CIVES 
svos adfectionem; V 5^2 (Tergeste. 2 nd ): 

TANTA PIETATE TANTA r Q_]vE ADFECTIONE 

rem p(vblicam) n(ostram) amplexvs ; V 
4354 (Brixia) : ob adfectionem et pieta- 
tem eivs in se eximiam ; V 8139 (Pola): 

PROPTER HAEC TALIS ADFECTIONIS MERITa] ; 

VIII 1282 = 14785 (Vallis): ad remv- 

NERANDAM ADFECTIONEM EIVSDEM ... QVAM 
ET PATRIAE ET CIVIBVS PRAESTAT ; VIII 8210 

(Milev): pro adfectionvm in ord[i]ne 
adq_(ve) in popvlo meritis : VIII 9047 
(Auzia, 260): ob insignem in cives amo- 

REM ET SINGVLAREM ERGA PATRIAM ADFE- 
CTIONEM; VIII 14612 (Simitthus, 2 nd ): 

O r B SVMMAM IN D^IEM VITAE a[dFECTi]o- 
[n]e\\ ET ADMIN|[sTRATIOn]eM II viratvs; 

VIII 14703 (Thuburnica) : on eximiam 
eivs ... in cives adfectionem ; VIII 5231 
= 17416 (Hippo Regius): qvod testifi- 
catior manifestiorqve esset singvlorvm 
adfectio; XIII 3162 (Viducasses, 238): 

PRO MERITIS ADFECTIONIS. 

(3) Of family affection, « love ». Of 
husband for wife and vice versa: VI 3412 
(Rome): mvlieri singvlari adfectionis 

ET INDVSTRIAE ERGA SE ET REM SVAM ; VI 

29580 (Rome): qvam adfectioni coniv- 

GALI TAM INDVSTRIA MORVM SVORVM ; VI 



ADFE 



ADFE 



89 



31985 (Home) : adfectio et amor; IX 
;U07 (Sulmo) : conivgi castissimae et 

INCOMPARABILI ADFECTIONE FEMINAE J V 

0518 (Novaria): conivg(i) eximiae cari- 
tatis et adfectionis in matrimonio in- 
signis; V 7913 (Cemenelum) : ob eivs 
erga se adfection£em]; VIII 3963 (Lam- 
baesis) : ob benignam in se adfectionem; 
VIII 21686 (Arbal): ob singvlarem ad- 
fectionem; XIII 2077 (Lugudunum): de 

CVIVS ADFECTIONE MARITI PERMANENT AE- 

terna beneficia. — Of parents for children 
and vice versa; XIV 2826 (Zagarolo): 
PRO AMORE adfectionis eivs ; IX 1612 
(Beneventnm): patri rarae adfection(is) ; 
III 1217 (Apulura): svadente adfectione 
matri posvit; VIII 3323 (Lainbaesis) : 
pater natv(ralis) eivs [singvla]ri affe- 
ctione (sic) ; II 4465 (Aeso) : Mar(ivs) 

MaRIANVS COMMVNI ADFECTIONE Mar[i]a- 

nae Calpvrnianae vxoris, i. e. « with his 
wife in common love for their deceased 
son. — Of brothers and sisters: VI 11570 
(Rome): fratri ... qvi ad diem mortis 

SVAE SIMPLICI ADFECTIONE VNOQVE ANIMO 

egit mecvm ; and so of « brotherly love » 
in general: VIII 1419 = 15212 (Thig- 
nica): propter eximiam pietatem et affe- 
ctionem (sic) fraternam; VIII 4292 (Ba- 

tua): AMICO ET MVNICIPI FRATERNAE adfe- 
ctionis dilecto ; XIII 2027 (Lugudiinum): 

IN MODVM FRATERNAE ADFEC[tJiONIS. 

Add fragments, V 61 (Pola): adfectioni ; 
VIII 1885 = 16509 (Theveste): adfe- 
ctionis; VIII 9052 (Auzia) : adfectionem. 

ADFECTO, -ARE. (1) u To covet*. 
Ill 15663 (Apamea Cibotus): (sarcopha- 
gitm) si qj/is atfectaverit (sic). (2) = 
afficere, q. v. « to impair ». VIII 
14728 (Prov. Procons.) : arcvm trivmfa- 
Lem (sic) . . . adf^ectatvm hiatv et de]- 
relict[vm]. 

ADFECTVS (AFFECTVS). ■ Senti- 
ment " , « affection » , * love » . (Cf. adfe- 
ctio). [Forms: affectvs; VI 1690, 11511 
(Rome), X 1537 (Neapolis), VIII 10702 
(ager Thevestinus, 4 th ); Le Blaut 173 
(= Sulpic. Sever.) ; Hiibn. Hisp. 379 
(Bracara, 6 th ). — Mistakes; adfecctvs, VI 
19213 (Rome); adfsctvs, XIV 936 
(Ostia); adiectvs, VIII 16152 (Sicca). — 
Generally used in sing., but also in plur., 
VI 12672, 31955, 33976 (Rome); X 1537 

Thes. linguae lat. epigr. 



(Neapolis), 1782 (Puteoli) ; XI 6123 
(Forum Sempronii); V 1693 (Aquileia)]. 

(1) In general. XIV 2709 (Tnsculum) : 

ADFECTVS OMNIS POSSIDET ISTE LAPIS ; X 

1537 (Neapolis): felix qvi affectvs (sic) 

POTVIT DEMITTERE TVTOS ; V 1693 (Aqui- 

leia) : principales adfectvs et pia cari- 
tas; Carm. Lat. 1339 (Rome): conce- 
pis (sic) adfectvm, lvctvm et ips(e) PA- 
rit; Hiibn. Hisp. 379 (Bracara, 6 U ') : 

EXCITAT AFFECTVM (sic) (ChRISt)| GERMA- 

nia frigens; Le Blant 173 (from Sulpic. 
Sever.) : affectv constat gloria, non 
pretio. 

(2) For members of one's own family. 
(a) Husband for wife and vice versa : VI 
20674 (Rome): incomparabilis erga ma- 
ritvm adfectvs; VI 31955 (Rome): on 
eivs erga se adfectib(vs) (sic) ; III 6382 
(Salonae): (ilia) rari erga se adfectvs; 
VIII 3109 (Lambaesis) : carae adq_(ve) 

(Sic) DVLCISSIMAE MVLIERI ET INCOMPARABILI 
ADFECTV MERENTI CONIVGI ; VIII 4046 

(ibid.): piissimae adq_(ve) (sic) incompa- 
rabilis ADFECTVS FEMINAE : VIII 4180 

(ibid.) : incomparabilis adfectvs (gen.) 
conivgis; VIII 16152 (Sicca): rarissimi 

ERGA MARITVM ADIECTVS (sic, = ddfeClUS, 

gen.); VIII 10659 = 17591 (ager The- 
vestinus) : RARAE ADQ_v[e] (sic) CASTISSI- 
MAE MVLIERI, INCOMPARABILIS ADFECTVS 

conivgi ; VIII 19454 (Cirta): [ad]fectv 
simil[iq_(ve) fid]e pares; II 1399 (Mar- 
cheua): qvem vix aeqvare mariti adfectv 
poterint; XII 1724 (ager Tricastinorum, 
472) : qvi vixer[vnt coniv]gali adfectv 
et carita[te]; XII 5350 (Narbo, f): 
aetas sola minor, nam cetera maxima 
Festae, adfectvs, pietas, forma, pvdici- 
tia. (b) Parents for children and vice 
versa: VI 11511 (Rome): affectvs (sic) 

ET BLAND1TIES ET CARITAS ; VI 12672 

(Rome): (Mi) vsi ad • fectibvs (sic) eivs, 
matris optimae et piissimae ; VI 19213 
(Rome): cvivs adfecctvs (sic) erga apie- 

TATEM (Sic) MATRIS SERVIIT (sic) AD FA- 

talem die(mc); VI 33976 (Rome, 1 st ): 

ne parent(es) adfectib(vs) svis indvlsisse 
videantvr; XIV 936 (Ostia): incompara- 
bilis ADFECTVS (SIC) ERGA PARENTES ; X 

2316 (Puteoli) : rarissimae adfectvs fe- 
minae (sc. filius posuit); V 7640 (ager 
Saluzzensis) : adfectv svpe^are volens. 

12 



90 



ADFE 



ADFI 



(e) Between sisters: V '1720 (Veroellae, +): 

■UNAS... SORORE5, QJ/AS SACER ANTISTES 
. . . GERMAN O Ad[f]fCTV INSTITVIT DOMI- 

noqve DicAvir. (d) Other relations of 
persona] affection: X U42 (Capua): ad- 

FECTV ET OFFl[cis] ET IMI'ENDIS SV ( ' is] I'A- 
TRONVM DILEx[ll]; IX 17 7*» I I 'u'lli'Vi'll - 

turn): oyoo evm pleno adfectv dilexerit 
(3) For town, country, collegium,. XIV 
2795 (Gabii, I' 1 ): hoc (sc. lemplum) pie- 

FAT1S SVAE ADFECTV EXORNET ; X 1782 

(Puteoli) : MERVERAT adiectvvm nqstro- 

RVM CONSOLATIONEM. and Q_VO TESTATIOR 
SIT ERGA EVM ADFECTVS RE! PVBLICAE NO- 

strae; X 5670 (Sta. Maria de' Zappoui, 

L07): OB TAM EGRECIVM EIVS ADFECTVm ; 

IX 1128 (Aeclanum): (Mi) in omni ad- 
fectv praestantissimo ; XI 6123 (Forum 
Sempronii): adfectvs. q_vos civibvs no- 
stris nvnc ipse praestas ; V 2117 (Tar- 
\isinm) : splendidvm pvblicae pieiaits ad- 
fectvm; VIII 10702 (ager Tlievestinus. 
4"')^ ''Ro affectv pa[trio] and [pro] af- 
fectv patrio; VI 1690 (Rome. 4 th ): hvic 

cORPVS SVARIORVM ET CONFEC1 VARIORVM 
... EX AFFtCTV (sic) ... SfATVAM PATRONO 
DIGNO PONENDAM CENSVIT. 

ADFERO, -FER.RE. « To bring (to) ».. 
[Forms: Pres. stem, regularly adf-; at- 
ferente, VI 2464 (Rome). — Perf. stem, 
regularly att-. — Supine stem, adl-, X 
7852 (Sardinia, 69), VIII 9255 (Rusgu- 
niae, f); all-. VI 2031 (Rome, Arval, 
43): X 7852 (Sardinia. 69): alatv(m), 
IV 1239 (Pompeii, graffito)]. 

(a) Lit. «To bring», «fetch», «deli- 
ver - . - present ». I 198 ( Lex Repeluntl., 
123-122 B. C.) 1. 40: vte. (sic) is ad 

SESE VENIAT, AVT ADFERATVR CORAM tO Q_VEI 

(sic) postvlaverit ; VI 2031 (Rome, Ar- 
val, 43): [tabellJae allatae; VI 2464 
(Home): atferente (sic) Sotico (sic) a 
Brittania (sic) sc. eorpus illius ; IV 1239 
( Pompeii, graffito), with correction p. 205 : 

FAENv(m) ALATVM (SIC) VIII IDVS OCTO- 

(br.es); X 4842 (Veuafrum) : advehere, 
adferre, adportare; X 7852 (Sardinia, 

: TABVLAM SE AD EAM REM PERTINENTEM 
EX TABVLARIO PRINCIPIS ADIATVROS, and 
INTRA Q_VA!Y\ DIEM NISI FORMA ALLATA (SIC) 
esset, and qvod NONDVM FORMA ALLATA 

(tie) esset; VIII 9255 (Rnsgimiae, f): 

^ANCTO LIGNO CRVCIS ChRISTI SaLVRTOKIS 



ADLATO ADQ_(VE) (si,C) MIC SITO ; VIII 

]005ii (ager Thevestinua, f ) : adfertf 

DOM(lNO) MVNDVM SACRIFIC1VM, ADFERTE 
D(o)M(lNO) PATRIAE GENTIVM (cf. Psalm. 95 

v. 8); XIII 2181 (Lugudunum): corpvs 

SORORIS ... AB VRBE ADFERRI CVRAVERVNT. 

(b) Metaph. I 1418 = XI 6528 (Sas- 
sina, B. C): qvei sibei [la]q_veo manv[s] 
attvlissent ; VI 1750 (Rome, 5 th ): vt 

... DESPERATIONEM CVNCTIS REPARATIONS 

adferrent ; V 6202 (M ed iolaii iuiii . ■[■): 

TER DENOS AEVO BINOSQVE Q_VATER ATTVLIT 
ANNOS. 

ADFICIO, -ERE. « To bring to », 
« treat », « afflict », etc. [Form: adfi- 
cier, XI 1129 (Forum Novum). Tlus. 
Ling. Lat. s. v. p. 1206 1. 20 and p. 1208 
1. 5 cites p. p. adfactvs; cf. below s. v. 
FACTVS]. VI 1759 (Rome, 389): vr 

VTRVMQ_(VE) CORPVS ET BENEFICIO SE ET 
VICTORIA GRATVLETVR ADFECTVM ; VI 1771 

(Rome, 4 th ): cvm svarios damnis videre- 
mvs adfectos; XI 1129 (Forum Novum): 

[n]0N POTEST PR1VS MORTEM ADFICIER Q_VAM 

venerit fa[tvm]; V 532 (Tergeste, 2 nd ): 

Ta[m] PERPE1VA VT[lL]lTATE REM p(VBLI- 

cam) n(ostram) adfecisse ; III 1204:; 
(Lyttus, 4"'): gravissimis vexatio[ni]bvs 
adfici. 

ADF1GO, -ERE. « To fasten to ■-, 
« affix». [Form: affixvs. only Ihm Da- 
man Epigram. 89 (Rome, 6 th )]. (A) Of 
persons. V 2781 (Patavium, 4 ,h ) and III 
12043 (Lyttus, 4 th ): patibvlo adfixvs. — 
(B) Of things (tablets etc.). VI 1771 
(Rome. 4 th ): tabvlam placvit adfigi ; XI 
1354 (Luna, 255): tabvlamq_(ve) aeneam 

HVIVS DECRETI N(OSTRl) SCRIPTVRA ADFIGI \ 

XI 2702 (Volsinii, 224): tabvlam qvo- 

QVE PATROC1NALEM IN DOMO EIVS ADFIGI J 

Ihm, Damasi Epigram. = Carm. Lat. 
917 = Bull. Arch. Cr. (1884-5) p. 154 
(from Gruter): affixo ... carmine. 

ADF1NIS (ATFINIS, AFFINIS). Adj. 
and subst. (A) « Bordering on ». « neigh- 
boring», «neighbor». (B) « Related by 
marriage », « relative bv marriage ». 
[Forms: atfinis, VI 1343 (Rome, 2 nd ), 
10247 (ibid., 252). X 1754 (Puteoli); 
aff.nis, VI 8401 (Rome, 577-8), III 13692 
(Corinthus). Abbrev. adf., aff.]. 

(A) XIII 5595 (near Dibio); adf(inem) 
collem ... Florae ... dfdicavit ; VI 



ADFI 



ADGN 



91 



10247 (Rome, 252): et si qvi ali (sic) 
atfines (sic) svnt ; VI 10234 (Rome, 
153): ab Vr.be evntibvs parte laeva in- 
ter ADFINES VlBIVM CaLOCAERVM ET POt 

pvlvnv; VI 8401 (Rome, 577-8): ivxta 
s(an)c(tv)m Cyprianvm inter affines (sic) 
fvndi Capitiniani; VI 4415 (Rome): area 
vstrina[e] inter adfine[s] ; III p. 947 
1. 6 (Dacia, wax-tablet, 159): inter ad- 
fines (MOS) ET SI QVI ALI (sic) ADFINES 

svnt; XI 1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ) I 1. 2 : ad- 
finibvs (Mis), 1. 9 : adfine (Mo), and 
passim adf.; IX 1455 (Ligures Baebiani, 
101) passim adf.; II 5042 (Baetica: ad • 
fines (sic) evndo (sic, = fundo) dixit 
(Me illos) et popvlvm et siq_vos (sic) 
dicere oportet. 

(B) III 13692 (Corinthus): viro svo, 
aff(inibvs) (sic) posterisqve svis ; VI 
1731 (Rome, 5 th ): socio bellorvm omnivm 
et victoriarvm, adfini etiam divi Theo- 
Ddsii Avgvsti etc.; Ill 6075 (Ephesus) : 

ADFINIS DOMIn[orVM NOSTr]orVM AvGV- 

stor[vm]; V p. 705 no. 5, 1. 14 (Tici- 
num, f) : indigenae, adfines, proceres; 

V 2117 (Tarvisium) : transferret in (il- 
ium) proximvm ADFiNEm, and honorato 
svo adfine ; VI 21521 (Rome) : adfinis 

MEMORANDE Q_V1D O ! ME AD SIDERA CAELI 

ablatvm qvereris?; IX 7737 (Marsi Mar- 
ruvium) : .(Me) ad[fini p]i(a)e; III 9067 
(Salonae): Felix adf(ini) ... posvit ; VIII 
8934 (Saldae): (Me) adfini piissimo ob 
merita. Add VI 1343 (Rome, 2 nd ', 9079 
(Rome), 10229 (ibid., Testam. Dasumii, 
1 st ); V 4352 (Brixia) ; X 1574 (Puteoli) ; 
IX 1887 (Beneventum); XI 576 (Forum 
Popili); III 1872 (Narona); II 254 (Oli- 
sipo), 3842 (Saguntum). 

ADFIN1TAS (ATF-). «Relationship», 
« kinship ». II 5439 (Lex Ursonens.) 
Ill 2 1. 19: gener, socer, vitricvs, pri- 
vignvs, patron(vs), lib(ertvs), consobri- 
nvs [sit] prop1vsve evm ea cognatione 
atfinitat[e]ve (sic) contingat; IX 984 
(Compsn) : neqve filivs neqve nepotes 
neqve de adfinitate vllvs ; VI 1730 
(Rome, 4 th -5 th ) : ad colvmen gloriae sem- 
piternae et regiae adfinitatis evecto ; 

VI 1731 (ibid.): ad colvmen regiae ad- 
finitatis EVECTO. 

ADFIRMO, -ARE. -To affirm", «de- 
clare». VI 1527 (Rome, Laud. Turiae, 



B. C.) : AC FVTVROS LIBEROS t[e] COMMVNES 
PROQ_VE TVIS HABITVRVM ADf[irm]aRES. 

ADFLIGO, -ERE. (A) Literally, . to 
-hrowdown», «overthrow». (B) Meta- 
phorically, « to afflict » . [Forms: afleicta, 
I 1175 = X 5708 (Sora, B. C); aflicta, 
III 1612 (Dacia); afflictvs, Rossi 1180 
(Rome. -)]. 

(A) VI 1750 (Rome, 4 th ): Constan- 

TINIANAS THERMAS LONGA INCVRIA ET ABO- 

lendae civilis vel potivs feralis CLADIS 

VASTATIONE VEHEMENTER. ADFLICTAS | VI11 

2722 (Lambaesis) : Fcrvm Transito- 

r[iVm] ... CONLAPSVM [pe]nITVSQ_(ve) AD- 

flict(vm). 

(B) I 1175 = X 5708 (Sora, B. C): 
re sva difeidens, asper afleicta (sic); 
VI 15268 (Rome): pater aeterno dolore 
ADFucrvs ; V 2117 (Tarvisium): nimio 
maerore graviter adflictvs ; V 7882 (Ce- 
menelum) : impatientissim(o) dolore eivs 
adflicti adq_(ve) (sic) desolat(i) ; III 
1612 (Dacia): aflicta (sic) (ilia) conivgi 
bene merito pos(vit) ; XIII 2027 (Lugu- 
dunum) : cvivs excessv graviore damno 

QVAM REI AMISSIONE ADFLICTI J III 13640 

(Pisidia, 527) : qvo[cvmqv]e damno ex 
[qva]cvmqve occasi[one eos] adfligere; 
Rossi 1180 (Rome, f): pessima sors est 

SVPPLICII AFFLICTO (sic) QVEM SVA VOTA 
PREMVNT. 

ADGANAI. Inhabitants of a vicus or 
pagus in the territory of Mediolanium, 
(possiblv on the Lake of Como), otherwise 
unknown. [Cf. ADCENEICVS and AG- 
GANAICVS]. V 5671 (ager Mediolanen- 
sis) : (Me) Matronis et Adganais v(otvm) 
s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito). 

ADGENTII. Inhabitants of a vicus or 
pagus in the vicinity of Nemausus. other- 
wise unknown. XII 3084 (Nemausus, 
2 nd ): Marti Avg(vsto) Lacavo sacrvm, 
Adgentii ex aere collato. 

ADGNATVS (AGNATVS, ATNATVS). 
« Relative on the father's side » . II 1963 
(Lex Salpensana) XXIX: oj/am si is c(i- 

VIS) R(OMANVS) ET ADGNATVS PROXVMVS 
c(ivis) R(omanvs) TVTOR ESSET \ VI 36740 
(Rome, frgmt.): agnati ervnt; II 4332 
(Tarraco) : vel per atnatos (sic) vel ma- 
nvmissos. 

ADGNOSCO, -ERE. « To recognize » . 
VI 911 = 31199 (Rome, frgmt.): [gr]a- 



92 



ad(;k 



AD1A 



II AS AGERE tT ADGNOSC[ere] ... J XII 915 

( Ar elate) : si tv non nosti amicos, ad- 

i.NosctT homines aeg(er) q_vos no(n) 

POTE (StC) SANVS. 

adgravo. -ARE. »To weigh down», 
«burden». II I 359 (Arunda): svmptv 

MUORE ADGRAVARI. 

ADGREDIOR. -I. (A) Literally, -to 
attack -. VIII 8924 (Saldae) : tam fx 

M\(v)rET(aNIa) CAES(ARIENSE) QVAM ETIAM 

de Sitifensi adgressvs. ( B) k To attack ■ . 
i. e. - undertake - (a work). VI 1585 
(Rome. 193): procvrator ... opvs adgre- 

DIETVR, SI AVCTORITATE/W VESTRAM ACCEPE- 

rit; Ihm, Damasi Epigram. IV 5 (Home, 

\-): PROTINVS ADGRESSVS MAGNVM SVPERARE 
LABOREM AGGERIS INMENSl DEIECIT CVLMINA 
MONTIS. 

ADHAEREO, -ERE. « To be attached 
to * . -connected with», (lit. and fig.). 
VI 31959 (Rome): [porticvm] cvm scri- 
n;is Tellvrensis [secreta]rii tribvnali- 
b(vs) adherentem (sic); VIII 946 (Cili- 
bia, frgmt.) : ... coram te ad herentis 

(sic) trivmp which from Henzen Am- 

pliss. Coll. no. 6501 may be reconstructed : 

[CVRATOR VIARVM AVRELIAE Et] Corn(e- 
I.IAE) ET AD HERENTIS (sic) TrI VMp(haLIs). 

X 8247 (Anagnia, f ): Favstina mater tota 

MENTE ADERENTI (SIC) FELICISSIMAE FILIAE 

virgini; V 6725 (Vercellae, -j-) : indvstria 

ADHESIT (SIC) MENTIS MOX VT VITARET OBIE- 

cta (= « persisted » ; cf. Engl. « stuck 
to it»); XIII 2478 (Ambarri, 7 th ): alta- 
rebvs (sic) sacris prelictvs (sic, = prae- 
lectus) adesit (sic). 

ADHIBEO, -ERE. (1) 01' persons, «to 
summon », « admit », « have present ». 
VI 2043 (Rome, Arval. 63): adhibitis 
(illis); IX 5420 (Falerio, 82) : adhibitis 
VTKIVSQVE ordinis splendidis viris ; XI 
6337 (Pisaurum): (illi) adhibit(o) in con- 
sil(ivm) praef(ecti) praet(orio) ; V 505<) 
(Anauni, 46) 1. 17: adhibitis procvrato- 
ribvs meis; III 586 (Lamia, 2 nd ): adhi- 
bitis mensoribvs de controversiis finivm 

INTER LAMIENSES ET HyPATAEOS. (2) Of 

things, «to furnish », « supply », « em- 
ploy - . VI 1848 = 2176 = 32267 
(Rome): [h]eredes patrono bene mk- 
re[ntiJ adhibvervnt (sc argenium tcsta- 
mento legalum); VI 1711 (Rome, 5 th ): 

ADHIBITIS ISDEM PONDERIBV;.. - - (3) Of 



abstract subst., « to use » , « employ » , 
«exercise». VI 1771 (Rome): modera- 
tions adhibita; VI 3864 = 31883 (Rome, 
4"'): adhibita diligentia; III 8473 (Dal- 
niatia): adhib[ito conJsilio ; XI 1421 
( I'isae, 1 st ) 1. 41 : avctoritate adhibita 
legitvme (sic); VI 2136 (Rome, 336): 
adhibita gravitate = « considering the 
gravity » ; V 7097 (Taurini) : (illi) qvi 

EAM REI PRIVATAE CVRAM ADHIBVIT J II 

6102 (Tarraco, 2 nd ): iam nec cvram adhi- 

BEBa[s REI AVGENDAE FAMILIARIS]; VI 10230 

(Rome, Laud. Murdiae, 1 st ): mihi revo- 

CATA MEMORIA PATRIS EAOJ/E IN CONSILIVM 

et fide sva adhibita. (Cf. annotations, 
/. c). 

ADHVC (ATHVC, ADVC). Always 
temporal, «until now», «still», -still 
further». [Forms: athvc, VIII 9624 
(Manliana); advc, VI 10493 (Rome), V 
6244 (Mediolanium, +), III 1898 (Dal- 
matia), XIII 1983 (Lugudunum, 3 d )]. 
VI 1783 (Rome, 431): locvpletioris ad- 
hvc rei p(vblicae) ; VI 10048 (Rome, 2 nd ) : 

ADHVC AVGENS GLORIAM TITVLI SV1, PRAE- 

cessit Thallvm factionis svae ; VI 25084 
(Rome): adhvc infans; XIV 510 (Ostia): 
bis septem placidos ann(os) ET ADHVC 
formatvs in vnvm ; X 1401 (Hercula- 
neum, 1 st ): adhvc retinere priorvm tem- 
porvm [incvriam]; X 1948 (Putcoli) : si 

SVM DIGNVS ADHVC FAVOr[e] VESTRO J IX 

4370 (ager Amiterninus) : adhvc adole- 
[s]cens fecit; V 6244 (Mediolanium, f ) : 

SPERO ME VIVERE ADVC (sic) ANVS (sic) . . .', 

VI 10493 (Rome) : advc (sic) misero ; 
Carm. Lat. 1336 = Rossi II 118. 102 
(Rome, -j-) : qvorvm sensvs adhvc q_vod 
dolet intvs amat ; III 567 (Delphi): 

GRAECA INSCRIPTIO ... ADHVC MANET ; III 

1898 (Dalmatia): filivs advc (sic) in- 
trepidantis aetatis ; III p. 949 (Dacia, 
wax- tablet) : ex qj/a mercede a[d]hvc 
in cesso accepit ...; VIII 9519 (Caesa- 
rea) : patri si licvisset adhvc frvi lon- 
givs hac pietate; VIII 9624 (Manliana): 
cv(m) athvc (sic) viveret j VIII 14365 
(Uccula) : cvivs amor crescit adhvc in 
nvmervm maiorvm; XIII 1983 (Lugudu- 
num, 3 d ) : VELLEM SI ADVC (sic) POSSEM. 

ADIABENI. The inhabitabts of a dis- 
trict of northern Assyria, east of the Ti- 
gris and north of its confluent, the Caprus, 






ADIA 



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conquered bj Septimius Sererus in 195. 
I 2 p. 257 (Fasti Polemii Silvii), Jan. 31 : 

CIRCENSES, ADIABENIS VICTIS. 

ADIABENICVS. ■ Conqueror of Adia- 
bene*. [Cf. above, ADIABENI]. 

[Forms: VIII 306 (Ammaedara, 196): 
Aziabenico ; VIII 10338, 10362 (near 
Sitifis, 198): Azabenico ; VIII 22566 
(near Labdia) : Azabenici ; VIII 20262 
(Satafis): [A]zaben[ici] ; VIII 22579 
(near Tigava ) : Azab[e]n[i]cvs ; VIII 
10337 (near Sitifis, 198): Azab(enicvs) ; 
VIII 22611 (near Lucus) : adzabb. (sic, 
— duo Adzabenici) ; VIII 22567 (near 
Labdia, 198): Azabensi (sic). — Adib(e- 
nicvs), II 1671 (Tucci, 212); Adiabin[i- 
cvs], III 3705 (Pannonia inf.. 354); adiab 
nico (sic), III 7171 (Phrygia, 2" li ). — 
Abbrev. Adiab. passim ; Adiabenic, VI 
1034 (Rome. 203), K35 (ibid., 204); X 
7275 (Sicilia, 199), 8025 (Sardinia, 3 d ); 
X 1650 (Puteoli. 196), 3834 (Capua, 196), 
6908 (near Capua, 201); XI 6005 (Sesti- 
nuni. 202); V 2821 (Patavium. 3' 1 ) ; IX 
5980 (near Calatia, 201); III 43*09 (Bii- 
getio, 3 d ); IIP p. 824 (Edict. Model., 
301) LUrod. a i; III 905 (Potaissa, 195); 
VIII 677 (Maetar, 3 d ). — Adiaben., VI 
1054 (Rome, 200), 1060 (ibid.. 198-210); 
X 7275 (Sicilia, 199); III 4560 (Vindo- 
bona, 3 d ); VIII 4583 (Diana, 198); II 
4655 (Emerita, 200). — Adiabe., X 7274 
(Sicilia, 198), 5172 (Casinum, 2 nd ). — 
Adia., Ill 5720 (Noricum, 201). — Adi.. 
VIII 10161 (Africa, 3 d ). — Ad.. VIII 
10160 (Africa, 3 d ), 22236 (near Sigus, 
3 d ), 22271 (near Thibilis, 3 d )]. 

A title assumed by Septimius Severus 
after liis conquest of Adiabene in 195. 
Extremely freq. in inscrr. in li is honor 
from 195 on. [Cf. Arabicvs, Parthicvs, 
Britannicvs]. It is regularly associated 
with the title arabicvs, which it follows; 
and in later inscrr. is .succeeded by Par- 
thicvs maximvs, and (still later) Britan- 
nicvs maximvs. Exx. of Arabicvs, Adia- 
benicvs alone; VI 954 (Rome, 196), 1026 
(ib.,195), 1050 (ib., 196-7). 1408 (Rome); 
X 7273 (Sicilia. 196); XIV 112, 113, 
121 (Ostia, 196). 3450 (Treba Augusta. 
196); X 1650-1 (Puteoli. 196). 3341 
(Misenum, 196), 3834 (Capua. 196), 5172 
(Casinum), 5964 (Signia), 6079 (Formiae, 



197), 6437 (Privernum, 196); V 4868 
(Benacenses, 195); IX 3665 (Marsi Mar- 
ravium), 5895 (Ancona); XI 3607 (Caere); 
V 5259 (Comum, 197); III 154 (Syria, 
196), 905 (Potaissa, 195). 3706 (Panno- 
nia inf.. 199), 5717 (near Teurnia), 5998 
(Raetia); VIII 777 (Apisa Maius, 197- 
201), 2438 (near Thamugadi, 195-8), 2709 
(Lambaesis), 4364-5 (Gibba, 195), 4482 
(Tubunae), 4594 (Diana, 197), 6048 (Ar- 
sacal, 197), 8835 (Tupusuctu, 195), 9024 
(Auzia); II 2124 (Isturgi, 198), 4101 
(Tarraco, 195); XII 4345 (Narbo, 196). — 
Note III 218 (Cyprus, 198): Adiabenico 
maximo (sic, without Arabico). — Exx. 
of Arabicvs, Adiabenicvs, Parthicvs Ma- 
ximvs: VI 354 (Rome), 896 (ib., 202), 
1028 (ib., 200), 1029, 1030, 1251 (ib., 
201). 1034 (ib.. 203), 1035 (ib., 204), 
1047, 1060, 1061, 1075 (ib., 198-210), 
1053 (ib., 199), 1054 (ib., 200), 1055 
(ib., 205), 3761 (ib., 198-201) ; XIV 2072 
(Lanuvium, 198-210); X 5052 (Atina, 
200), 5173 (Casinum, 200), 5825 (Feren- 
tinum, 198-201). 5908 (Anagnia, ib.), 
5909 (ib., 207), 6908 (near Capua, 201 ), 
6929 (Neapolis, 201), 7274. 7276 (Sici- 
lia, 198), 7275 (ibid., 199), 7503 (Sici- 
lia) ; 8022, 8025 (Sardinia); IX 2165 
(Caudium). 4117 (Aequiculi, 208), 4959 
(Cures, 211-12), 5899 (Ancona), 5980 
(near Calatia, 201); XI 6005 (Sestinum, 
202) ; V 2816, 2821 (Patavium), 4055 
(Mantua. 208); III 5323 (Solva), 5530 
(Iuvavum). 5714 (near Teurnia, 201), 5720 
(Noricum, 201), 5722-3 (Noricum), 5735 
(near Celeia, 200), 5745 (Noricum, 195), 
5750 (ibid., 201). 5982, 5987, 5992, 5996 
(Raetia, 201), 5993, 5995 (Raetia), 6581 
(Alexandria, 199), 205,6723, 6725 (Sy- 
ria, 198), 6911 (Cappadocia), 3733 (Pan- 
nonia inf.. 199), 3745 (ibid., 198), 4309 
(Brigetio), 4560 (Vindobona). 4622 (near 
Emona) 4024 (ibid., 201), 4638 (near Bri- 
getio, 201), 4642 (near Carnuntum, 198), 
4654 (near Vindobona. 201), p. 890 (Man- 
tua, 208), p. 891 (Faventia, 215), 10277-8 
(Lugio, 201), 10616 (Pannonia sup , 198), 
7171 (Phrvgia). 741S (Thracia, 199), 7602 
(Moesia inf., 200), 14 (Alexandra, 199), 
1377 (Dacia), 1451 (Sarmizegetusa. 198- 
210), 1685 (Ulpiana, 202-9), 2682 (Ne- 
dinum): VIII 74 (Biniana), 307 (Amraae- 



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dara), 677 | Mactar), sj 1 ( Mun. Aurelinm), 
88 I (Tag. Mercurialis, 199), 966 (Civ. 
Siagitana, 215), 2437 (near Thamiigadi, 
199), 2551 (Castr. Lambaes., 198), 2558 

!,. I.nnil.a > i. 2671, 2705-6 (Lam- 
baesis), 27o-j-8 (ibid., 203), 1216 (Vere- 
cunda, 201-10), 1583 (Diana, 198), 4596 
(ibid., 200), 1826 (Nattabutes). 5329 (Ca- 
lama), 6306 (Phtia. 205), < i - » * > T (ibid., 
200), 604 I (Cirta), 6969 (ibid.,204), 6996 
(ibid., 210); 6998 (ibid., 202), 1628 (Sicca, 
208), 1798 (Assuras), 8320 (Cuicul, 213- 
17). 10337, 10338, 10362 (near Sitilis. 
198), 22/.07 (near Labdia, 198); II 1 170 
(Hispalis. -Jo:.), 1254 (Osset, L98 201), 
1669, 1670 (Tucci, 'ion). 3343 (Tarraco. 
203), 1655 (Emerita, 200) ; XII 4823 
\ Libo); VII 31G (Britannia. 218-17). — 
Note variants in form: VI 225 (Koine. 
200): Arab. Adiab. et Part, max; VI 1038 
(Rome, 208), X 7272 (Sicilia 195), VIII 
306 (Ammaedara) : Parthicvs Arabicvs 
et Parthicvs Adiabenicvs : XIV 2800 
(Gabii, before 199), VIII 5699, 5700 (Si- 
gus. 197), 6340 (Uzelis, 201), 6702 (Tid- 
dis, 197), 7041 (Cifta): Parthicvs Ara- 
bicvs. Parthicvs Adiabenicvs ; II 1969 
(Malaca) : Parthicvs Arabicvs Adiabeni- 
cvs: VIII 22579 (near Tigava): Particvs 
ArRAjBi[c]vs A/ab[e]n[i]cvs M[axim]vs ; 
XIII 2612 (Cavillonum, 195-9), II 1644 
(Iliturgicola): Parthicvs Adiabenicvs; III 
6709. 0710, 0712 (Syria), VIII 2550 
(Castr. Lambaes.): Arabicvs Adiabenicvs 
Parthicvs; III 5991 (Uaetia): Adiabeni- 
cvs Parthicvs maximvs; III 3664 (Crn- 
raerum, 198): Arabicvs Adiabenicvs pon- 
tifex Parthicvs maximvs. — Exx. of Ara- 
bicvs, Adiabenicvs, Parthicvs Maximvs, 
Britannicvs Maximvs. XI 5631 (Came- 
rinum, 21o): VIII 1S57 (Theveste, 214), 
2194 (Mun. Tiufadi, 214), 5934 (Saddar, 
215), 6303' (Phua, 213), 6341 (Uzelis. 
2121. 10160, 10161 (Africa), 22271 (near 
Thibilis); II 1676 (Lusitania, 217), 1071 
(Tucci, 212). 1532 (Ulia 219); VII 1002 
(Habitancium). — Note variants iu form: 
III 5980, 5997, 59!»!) (Raetia. 195): Ara- 
bics Adiabenicvs Parthicvs Britannicvs; 
III 202 (Syria. 213): Arabicvs Adiabe- 
nicvs Parthicvs Maximvs Britannicvs; 
VIII 22236 (near Signs): Adiabenicvs 
Arabicvs Maximvs Britannicvs Maximvs; 



VIII 1597 (Diana, 201-2?): Parthicvs 
wanicvs Maximvs Arabicvs Adiabe- 
nicvs 

The title Adiabenicvs is found also in 
a few insciT. of Caracalla after the death 
of Septimius Severus (ca. 213-1 l . [Note 
VIII 707:; (liusicade, 209), where both 
SeverUB and Caracalla are Arab. Adiab. 
Parth. Max., but the stone is badly broken; 
and VIII 22011 (near Lucus). where Se- 
verus an<l Caracalla together are A\ 
Arabb. Adzabb. Parthici Maximi (avV;)]. 

X 5802 (Aletriiini); VIII 1855, 1857 
(Theveste, 214), 22271 (near Thibilis); 
II 1087 (Regina, 210-11); XII 4347 
(Narbo. 213-17): VII 1004 (Habitancium), 
1180 (Britannia. 218). 

The title Adiabenicvs appears in inscrr. 
of Diocletian and Maximian in 801-2, 
perhaps for the war of 297. Ill p. 824 
( Edict. Dioclet., 301) Lit rod. A i ; X 8.8 1. 1 
(Misenum, 302); III p. 900= X 1118 
(Abellinum, 301-5). Adiabenicvs as title 
of Galerius Valerius (which?) in fourth 
century, III 0979 (Sinope). 

Lastly, of Constantius II, for war in 
Mesopotamia in 338. Ill 3705 ( Panno- 
nia inf., 354). 

ADIACENS. Part, as adj. and subst. 
(A) As adj., -adjacent'-. VI 10411 
(Rome): aedificivm adiacens: VI 1814:'. 
(ibid.): [lo]cvm a^^iacentem ; X 3334 
(Misenum): locis [adi]acentibvs aedifi- 
cis (sic). (B) Plur. as noun. VI 13810 
(Rome): hic monimentvs (sic) cvm omni- 

BVS SVIS ADIACENTIBVS. 

AD1ACEO. -ERE. ■ To He at, or in -. 

XI 1209 (Veleia): adiacet et tv[~nivlis]. 
ADICIO. -ERE. - To add », « increase 

by additions -. [Form: adiacta. VI 
32326 (Comm. Lud. Saec. 204) 1. 15. 
Abbrev., adiecer(m^). XI 527(3 (Hispel- 
lum); adicere(w), III 14206 21 (Macedo- 
nia); adiect(ms), Rev. Arch. (1903) p. 103 
(Rome); V 428 (Piqueutum); 111 178!» 
(Narona), 8485. 12693 (Dalmatia): adi(*- 
ctus), VI 28367 (Rome)]. 

(A) In general. VIII 18042 (Castr. 
Lambaesit.): si q_vit (sic) adiciatvr avt 
defrahatvr. 

( B) Of buildings and other constructions. 
VIII 17831 (Tbamugadi): adiecta desvo 
aede; III 7342 (Philippi): adiecta cella 



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95 



natatori[a] ; III 1790, 8484 (Narona. 
173): adiectis porticibvs; ib. 1789 (Na- 
rona): porticib(vs) a[di]ect(is) ; ib. 8485 
(Dalmatia): porticib(vs) adiect(is); IX 
8162 (Coifinium) : adiectis basilicis; VI 
32323 (Co mm. Littl. Suet:. 17 B. C.) 
1. 200: in scaena q_\'Oi (sic) THEATRVM 

ADIECTVM NON FVIT, NVLLIS POSITI5 SEDI- 

libvs; XI 527(3 (Hispellum): viae latitv- 
dini adiecer(vnt) svbstrvction(em) ; IX 
3018 (Teate) : adiecta strvctvra specvs 
et pvteorvm; XII 5309 (Narbo): [pavi- 
me]ntvm (?) adiecit; XI 5805 (Iguvium), 
VIII 2630 (Lambaesis, 158): adiecto pro- 
nao ; VI 656 (Rome): marmora reliq_(va) 

QVAE DEFVEr(vnt) ADIECIT | VI 10333 

(Koine): maceriem ... adiecit; VI 20498 
(ibid.): adiecit maceria(m) monvmento; 
XII 4332 (Narbo, 2 nd ) : adiecto tetra- 

STYLO ET AERAMENTI5 CMNIBVS; VI 24482 

(Rome), VIII 20152 (Cuicul. 147): adie- 
cto podismo; VI 1156 = 1658. 31886 
(Rome): statvam ... adiecit; ib. 1659 
(Rome, 414): (statuam) facto \ se adie- 
cit ornatvi ; VIII 15381 (Mun. Numiu- 
litannm. 124) : adiecto ornamento ; II 
4268 (Tarraco) : adiectis ornamentis ae- 
dilicis (sic). — Of lots of ground, VI 
14901 (Rome): aria (sic) ad[i]ecta ; XIII 
604 (Burdigala): aream adiecit; VI 28367 
(Rome): fr(onti) adi(ecti) p(ede 5 ) xxx: 
VI 2491 (ibid.) : (Me) ad[i]ecit ad mo- 
nvment(vm) (spatium tantum)\ VI 30037 
(ibid.) : adiectvm in monvmento in fron- 
t(e) ped(es)xv; V 1368 (Aquileia) : (tile) 
adiecit in fro(nte) p(edes) vim, in agr(o) 
p(edes) xxxii ; III 14206 21 (Macedonia): 

SI QJ/ID MINVS DEDI, Me(n)sVRa(m) VT PATRI 

meo adicere(m). Add Man. Ancyran. 
cap. 27. 24 : Aegyptvm imperio popvli 
[Ro]mani adieci = Ai'yvjixov dijiiov Pw- 
l-iaicov t)y€f.iovin ngoGett^xa.. 

(C) Or sums of money. VI 22107 
(Rome) : reliq_(vam) pecvniam de svo 
adiecit; VIII 8835 (Tnpusuctu, 195): 

ADIECTA PRAETEREA EX SVA LIBERALITATE 

pecvnia; VIII 73 (Biniana. 3 d ), 76 (ibid., 
186): adiecta amplivs pecvnia; XIV 98 
(Ostia, 139) : adiecta pecvnia q_vanta 
amplivs desidfrabatvr; VIII 10441 (Zama 
Maior), XI 4663 (Tinier). XI 3366 (Tar- 
quiuii), IX 5426 (Falerio, 43). VIII 1400 
(Thiguica), VIII 2505 (Calcous Herculis): 



adiecta pecvnia; VI 24321 (Rome): in 
eo monvmento inpensa(m) (sic) adiecit; 

V 558 (Tergeste): adiecta inpensa (sic) 
sva; VI 1924 (Rome): adiecta impensa ; 
III 12693 (Dalmatia): [impen]sis adie- 
ctis); VI 21458 (Rome): ex svo amplivs 
adiectis hs. (tot); VI 30881 (Rome): ad 

QVAM SVMMAM ADIECIT HS. (lot) ', VI 11 

17164 (Thubursicum Nnmid.) : adiectis 

AM[PLl]vS AD LEG1TIMAM [sVMmIaM II \I- 

ratvs (tot); VIII 19122 (Signs, 2""): 
adiectis at (sic) ea(m) qvantit[a]te(m) 

EX SVA LIBERALITATE HS. (tOt) J V 5262 

(Comniu) : adiectis in ornatvm hs. (tot); 
II 2006 (Nescania): adiectis de svo ad 
impensas operis hs. (tot); VIII 1574 = 
15576 (Mustis, 164): adiectis ob hono- 

REM FLAm(iNATVs) PERp(eTVi) SVi HS. (tot) \ 

VIII 4194 (Verecunda): adiectis at (sic) 
legitimam hs. (lot); XIII 5056 (Ebuio- 
dunum): eo amplivs de svo adiecit hs. 
(tot); VIII 2354 (Thamugadi, 2 nd ), 1434!) 
(Prov. Procons.): adiectis a se hs. (tot) ; 

IX 4977 (Cures). VIII 3079 (Lambae- 
sis): adiectis de svo hs. (tot) ; VIII 1088:'. 
(Zattara) : amplivs adiectis at (sic) hs. 
(tot); VIII 2353 (Thamugadi): adiectis 
ad hs. (tot); VIII 3334 (Lambaesis): 
adiectis insvper hs. (tot) n; III 1717 
(Risinium), III 4320 (Brigetio), X 3361 
(Misenum). V 4016 (Arilica): adiecit hs. 
(/o/); V 5661 (Vercellae). IX 6075 (near 
Beneventum, 123), II 5150 (Baetica), VIII 
4601 (Diana), V 4472 (Brixia) : adiectis 
hs. (tot); VIII 885 (Pagus Mercurialis, 
2 nd -3 d ): adiectis tertis (sic) ex decreto ; 

VI 35243 (Rome): nisi siqvid hered[vm 

QV.S Q_VOD VTUE SIT^j ADICIAT. 

(D) Varia. X 5796 (Verulae): adiecto 
pane et vino popvlo ; XI 4395 (Ameria), 
4582 (Carsulae), 6358, 6360, 6362 (Pi- 
saurum): adiecto pane et vino; II 5941 
(Asso, 2 nd ): epvlo annvo adiecto; XI 
6357 (Pisaurum): ad[i]ecta venatione 
legitima; Rev. Arch. (1903) p. 163 — 
Notiz. (1902) p. 510 = Bull. Com. (1902) 
p. 178 (Rome): adiect(o) introivgo; X 
1 (»74 (Pompeii, 3-2 B.C.): adiectis acrva- 
matis (sic); XIV 2852 (Praeneste, 136): 

CENTENAS ADICIT NVMERO CRESCENTE CO- 
RONAS; V 428 (Piquentnm) : adject, iv- 
nic. = ?; IX 1619 (Beneventum): adie- 
ctis amplivs i.ibris (tot); X 3340 (Mise- 






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lllllll. 161-9): ADIECTO TERTIO ORDINi; 

XIV 3679 a (Tibur) : adi[ecto ... sen]a- 

rvs N(osiRi) CON5VLTO ; VI 7 159 ( Rome): 

( us partibvs ivris ; VIII 10524 (Villa 

Magna, frgmt.): [in]coatvm [sic) adie- 

XIV 1236 (Ostia), repeated in IX 

1822 (cited as from Forum Novum): qvis- 

QVE IIERES MEVS CORPV5 MEv(m) IN HOC 
-ARCOFAGO NON ADI£CERIT; X I i l! » (S;ll<M- 

uum I : i r.\ vt ne pos [sic) morte(m) mea(m) 

( V|VSQ_VAM OSSVA [sic) IBI ADICIATVR [SIC)] 

V ">r>7 (Verona): [•••] thermarvm resti- 

IVriONI ADIECTA EST PVBLICE ; VI 8431 

(Rome): et ossva [sic) et cineres meas 
[vt post obitvm mev]m in vnvm adicias; 

VI 25063 (Rome): adiecit Chloto [sic) 
iteratvm rvmpere filvm ; VI 1711 (Rome): 

Q_VID DILIGENTIAE DEESSE VIDEATVR STV- 
DIO NOSTRO, ADICI NOVIMVS VT OMNIVM «O- 
I hNDINARIORVM FRAVDES AMPVTENTVR. Of 

time, XII 2094 (Vienna, 570): et svper 

ADIECTVS TERTIVS ANNVS ERAT ; Cami. Lat. 

I 106 (Gondorf. 5 th -6 th ): sex svper adie- 

CTIS AD NONVM MENSEBVS (sic) ANNVM. 

Of additions (things or statements), as 
afterthoughts : II 1423 (Sabora, 78): si 

QVA NOVA ADICERE VOLTIS ; VI 29580 

(Rome): haec ideo adieci vt legentes 
intellegant . . . 
AD I DO. A local Gallic divinity. 

XIII 1575 (Anicium): Adidoni et Av- 
gvsto. 

AD1ECTIO. «Addition». [Cf. AD1- 
CIOJ. VI 955 (Rome, 103): qvod libe- 

RALITATE OPTIMI PRINCIPIS COMMODA EARVM, 
ETIAM LCCORVM ADIECTIONE, AMPLIATA SINTJ 

XIV 137 (Ostia, 375-8): foris solis adie- 
ctione; VIII 7990 (Rusicade): adiectione 

A SE FACTA. 

ADIGO, -ERE. (1) «To drive », * im- 
pel-. VIII 9170 = 20808 (Auzia, 315): 

TALIA QVIS FACIAT, NISI VOS Q_VOS AMOR 

adegit; XII 5349 (Narbo, -J-): qvi votvm 

SOC1I FIERI [|]nSTANTER ADEGIT ; VI 32031 

(Rome, -j-,'525): post mortem si vivit 

AMOR. SI GRATIA PRISCA DVRAT IN ARCANVM 

mentis adacta bonvm. (2) Of legal oaths, 
- bo compel », « demand ». II 5439 (Lex 
Ursonens, 44 B. C.) I 3. 1. 29 : neve evm 

COGITO, NEVE IVS IVRANDVM adigito neve 

adigi ivbeto; ib. II 3.1. 18 (ibid.): ivs 

IVRANDVM ADIGITO PER lOVEM DEOSQVE PE- 
NATES : II 1964 (Lex Malacit.) LIX : iv- 



.MVRXNDVM ADIGIIO IN CONTIONEM PALAM 
PER lOVEM ET DIVOM AVGVSTVM etc. 

ADIMO, -ERE. [Form: ADEPTVS = 
ademplus, XII 218 (Antipolis)] (1) In 
sense of simple emo (q. v.). « To bin -. 
n purchase «,« acquire» . VI 22339 (Rome): 
sibi svisq_ve. libertis ubertab[vsqve] po- 
sterisqve eorvm, adempto [.agro] ; vi 
21285 (Rome): de area adempta in agro ; 
X 6262 (Fundi): loco adempto sibi po- 
sterisq_ve svis. (2) « To take away » 1 
198 (Lex Repetund., 123-2 B.C.) XXVIII: 

[neive tribv moJveto neive eq_vom adi- 
mito : I 206 [Lex Julia Manic, ca. 45 
B. C.) 1. 121: qvoive apvt (sic) exerci- 

TVM IGNOMINIAE CAVSSA (sic) ORDO ADEM- 

ptvs est, erit; VIII 10570 (Saltus Bn- 
runitanus, 2 nd ): vt kapite (sic) legis Ha- 
drian(a)e . . . ademptvm est, ademptvm sit 
ivs etiam proc(vratoribvs) ; V 961 (Aqni- 
leia) : qvo facto haesitationi pvblicae in 
partem moram ademerit; III 2964 = 9418 
(Salonae): qvoi (sic) qvoq_ve virginitas 
nvper adempta fvit; Eph. Epigr. VIII p. 
30 = Carm. Lat. 170 (Teate Marruciuo- 
rum): qvot (sic) par parenti deqvs (sic) 

facer(et) filivs, mors inmatvra ademit vt 
faceret mate[r] filio. Esp. in regard to 
death, VI 1779 (Rome, 4 {U ) d. 1. 38: his 
nvnc ademptis, maesta conivnx maceror ; 
VI 10226 (Rome): maeret cara soror, 

Q_VAE FRATREM LVGET ADEMPTVM; XIV 3006 

(Praeneste) : (ilia) mater adempt[a]; X 
4427 (Capua): vna dies adimit crvdeli 
clade perewtas (sic) Q_yis (sic) ara haec 
positast ; XII 218 (Antipolis): praematv- 

r(a)e NIMIVM . . . MONTIS ADEPTVS (sic). 

ADIMPLEO. -ERE. « To perform » . VI 
32326 (Rome, Comm. Lud. Saec, 204): 
adi[m]pleri. (Inscr. very fragm., and 
sense doubtful. Thesaurus Ling. Lai. re- 
constructs to read: [debet religio lvdo- 

RVM . . . SAECVLA~JrIVM ADi[m]]pLERI PER 

[laetitiam]).' 

ADINIVNCTIVVS. «Additional». X 
4863 (Venafrum): (Mi) rectori provin- 

CIAE SaVINII AD INIVNCTIVAE (sic) VICIS 
MERITO. 

ADINVENIO, -IRE. «To discover». 
Ill 75 (Philae, 203): ivxsta (sic) Philas 

NOVAE LAPICAEDINAE ADINVENTAE. 

ADIPISCOR, -I. « To obtain ». XIII 
1668 (Lugudunum, Speech of Claudius) 



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1. 1G: REGNVM adeptvs est; VI 1789 
(Rome, 5 th ) : consvl[atvm] ... adep[tvs 
est a d(ominis) n(ostris)] ; VIII 2581 
(Lambaesis, 2 Ild ): adepto consvlatv; V 
5128 (Bergomum) : (Mi) omn(es) hono- 
r(es) mvnicipal(es) adept(o) ; V 5036 
(Tridentum): {Mi) honorjs omnes adepto; 
VIII 16674 (near Theveste): sola in ter- 

RIS OMNIBVS VNO EODEMQ_(ve) IN DIE VITAM 

adepta fvnctaqv(e) est ; V 6725 (Ver- 
cellae, \) : stolam sanctitatis meritis 
adeptvs; V 3216 (Vicetia): aeternvm- 
q_(ve) inde adepta per saecvla nomen ; 
Am. Journ. Arch. (1898) p. 396 (Cumae) : 
Briseis mihi nomen adeptvm fvit. 

ADITVM. See below, ADITVS. 

ADITVS. « Entrance-way » , « approach » . 
— « The right of entrance ». [Cf. actvs, 

AMBITVS, HAVSTVS, INTROITVS, ITER, ITVS, 

via]. Forms: often of the second decl., 
aditvm, Hiibn. Hisp. 333 (Hispania, f); 
adito, III 8722 (Salonae), VI 23109 
(Rome) ; aditos, XII 1499 (Vasio) ; aditis, 
1 0812 (Rome), X 4104 (Capua). — adhvm, 
bv mistake, VI 22915 (Rome). — Abbrev., 
aditv., VI 24097 28601 (Rome), XIV 999, 
1271 (Ostia); adit., VI 8667 (Rome). 

(1) « Entrance-way », « approach ». VI 
1163 (Rome, 357): aditv R[omae vi]r- 
tvte reperto; VI 5955 (Rome): rvdere 

REPLETVM ADITVM INPENSA (sic) SVA RESTI- 

tvit; VI 8413 (Rome): pvtevs et piscina 
cvm aditv comm(vni) de pvb(lico) ; VI 
10812 (Rome): aditis (sic) tribvs; XIV 
3733 (Tibur) : aditvs ad ianvam viridiari ; 
III p. 945 (Dacia, wax-tablet, 159): (do- 
mus) cvm sv[js s]aepibvs, saepimentis, fi- 
nibvs, aditibvs, etc.; III 7983 (Sarmize- 
getusa) : campvm cvm svis aditibvs clav- 
sit; III 8722 (Salonae): adito libero in 
ag(ro) p(edvm) vi ; III 8985 (ibid.,frgmt.): 
aditibvsqve; V 6428 (Ticinum) : (Me) 

PODIVM CVM LORICA, ET ADITVS VIVOS (si6) 

fecit; III 15053 (Dalmatia): aditv[s] 
ad aqvam vivam ; VIII 13395 (Carthago): 
[intr]oitvs, aditvs ad sacr[]arivm] ; X 444 
(Vallis Silari sup., 1 st ): aditvs ad Silva- 
nv[m]; X 3157 (Puteoli): aditvm ad ci- 
sternam commvnem; X 4104 (Capua); 

HIC LVCVS SACER ... CVM ADITIS (sic) SVIS ; 

XIII 1072 (Mediolanum Santonum): cvm 
[l]ocis sacris, aditibvs, monimentis; XII 
535 (Aquae Sextiae, frgmt.) : aditvm ; III 

This, linguae lat. epigr. 



10492 (Aquincum): [re]tractatis porti- 
cibvs [a]ditibvsqve (sc. ad thermas) ; XI 
248 (Ravenna): legem o[peri dixervn]t edi- 
tvs[qve reli]qvervn[t]; XII 1499 (Vasio, 
515): Vincentivs ambit hos aditos (sic) 

SERVATQVE DOMVM DOMINVMQVE TVETVR. 

(2) « The right of entrance » to a tomb. 
Formula rrvs, aditvs, ambitvs, VI 2345, 
12133, 13823, 14614, 17651, 19949, 
24097, 26422, 28546 (Rome); XIV 999, 
1473 (Ostia) ; X 6607 (Velitrae) ; IX 3439 
(Peltuinum). — itvs, actvs, aditvs, am- 
bitvs, VI 8667, 10231, 10235 (Rome). — 
itvs, actvs, aditvs, VI 10238 (Rome). — 
itvs, aditvs, actvs, XIV 583 (Ostia). — 
itvs, aditvs, VI 14132 (Rome, frgmt). — 
iter, aditvs, ambitvs, VI 10250 (Rome). — 
iter, actvs, aditvs, XI 250 (Ravenna). — 
iter, ambitvs, actvs, aditvs. III 9315 (Sa- 
lonae). ADITVS, AMBITVS, INTROITVS, VI 

29480 (Rome). — aditvs, ambitvs, VI 
11027, 14657, 14672, 23109, 28601 
(Rome), XIV 3525 (Castelmadama). — 

ITVS, ADITVS, AMBITVS, HAVSTVS AQJ/AE, VI 

9404, 10247, 17653 (Rome). Add VI 
10876 (Rome): nec aditvm in portione 
dimidia fiscvm habere; VI 28978 (Rome): 
aditvm didit (sic) ; XIV 1271 (Ostia) : 
neq_ve aditv(m) neqve introitv(m) ha- 
beant in hoc monim(ento); XIV 3679 a 
(Tibur): aditv dato (Mi); III 2245 (Sa- 
lonae): aditvm ad sepvlcrvm; IX 1495 a 
(Ligures Baebiani) : aditvm vetavit ; X 
2649 (Puteoli): ne ei in hoc monimento 
aditvs detvr; VI 19562 (Rome): exterae 
familiae aditvs non datvr ; VI 22915 
(Rome): adhvm (sic) non haber(e); IX 
3395 (near Aufinum) : monimento (illius) 
aditvs debetvr; XIII 1828 (Lugudunum): 
aditvs liber exceptvs est; XIII 1734 
(ibid.): \_oy\ cvstodiaJm habent clviqve 

EXCEPERVNT ADITVM ET HABITATIO^NEm]. 

ADIVBILO, -ARE. ■ To rejoice «. Mai, 
Script. Vet. nova Coll. (Mediolanium, f, 
late) : tristatvr mvndvs adivbilatqve 
polvs. 

ADIVDICO, -ARE. « To adjudge », 
« grant », « award ». I 200 (Lex Agra- 
ria, III B.C.) LXII: [qvod eiv]s agri 

EX H(ACE) L(EGE) ADIOVDICARl (sic) LICEBIT ; 

ib. LXIX: [sei qvid eivs agri ii vir ... 
minv]s adivdicaverit; ib. XC: [nei dato] 

NEIVE REDDITO NEIVE ADIVDICATO. 

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adi VMENTVM. - Assistance - . - aid - . 
\ III L9688 (Ciyitas Celtianensium) : qvo 

NVMINIS EH WENTVM SENSERJT. 

ADIVNGO, -ERE. - To join to -. 
. conned w itb -. - To add to -. [Form 
mvnctvs, VI L3823 (Romi 

(I i Qf material things. V I 13562 = 
31852 (Rome): tabernas ... qvae svnt 

SEPVLCRO A DEXTERA LEBAQVE (sic) ADIVN- 

ctae; VI L3823 (Rome): dieta (sic) 

AIVNCTA (SIC) I ANVAh CVSTODIAE CAVSA ; 

V! 15836 (Rome): haec aluicvla cvm 
colvm[b]aris Q_VArrvoK adivnctis; IX 
•jo 1 1 (Beneventum) : ms sedibvs adivn- 

CTVS EST LOCVS sepvltvrae ; VIII 7994 

(Rasicade): delphinis binis per vias the- 
atri adivnctis; VIII 9018 (Auzia, 246) : 

[Pan]fhEA CORNIGERI SACRIS ADIVNCTA To- 

nantis; II 1603 (Tucci): hvic dono (ilia) 

AMFLIVS NOMINE SVO CORONAM AVREAM 
AD1VNXIT. 

(2) Of abstract things. XIV 2922 
(Praeneste, 2 ml ): [a]divncto sibi officio 

VIARVM [sTEr]nENDARVM VrBIS PARTIBVS 

dvabvs; VIII 21567 (Mam*. Caesariensis, 
174): a[di]vncta mihi [facta]; Le Blant 
L25 (Vienna, f) : adivncta pietate modis; 
XIII 2372 (Lugiidimum. f, 5 th ): adivncto 
rexit cvlmina consilio; V 6724 (Ver- 
cellac, f): vnvm ter qvinis adivnxit epi- 
scopvs annvm; I 2 p. 271 (Fasti Polemii 
Silvii, 5 th ) : post hvnc diem apvd Aegy- 
ptios . . . tertivs decimvs mensis adivn- 

GITVR. 

ADIVRO, -ARE. « To call upon by 
oath », « call to witness «. [Form aivro, 
III 14916 (Dalmatia, f)], Rev. Arch. 1902 
p. 346 no. 54 = Annee Epigr, (1902) 
p. Hi (Hadrametum, a devotio, 4 th ): ad- 

IVRO TE, DEMON (SIC), QVICVNQVE ES, ET 

demando tibi . . . vt eqvos ocidas (sic), 
and ADivRo te per evm; Annee Epigr. 
(1900) p. 29 (Carthago, devotio): et te 
ad[ivr]o ...; X 761 (Sorrentum, f): ad- 

IVRO BOS (SIC) OMNES POS (sic) ME BEN- 

tv[ros] (sic); V 5415 (Comum, f): ad- 

ivro vvs (sic), omnes Xpiani (= Chri- 

STIANl), ... VT HVNC (sic) SEPVLCRVM NVN- 
QVAM VLLO TEMPORE VIOLETVR ; III 13124 

(Salonae. f, 5 th ) : adivro per Devm et per 

LEGES CRESTEANOR(VM) (sic) VT QVICVMQVE 
EXTRANEVS VOLVERIT ALTERVM CORPVS PO- 

nere (volverit), det Eclisie (sic) Cato- 



licae (sic)... etc: III 14916 (Dalma- 
tia, y): per Dev[m omni]potentem [eo]s? 

AIVRO (Sic). 

ADIVTO, -ARE. « To aid «. I 1290 
= 1X 35B9 (Amiternum) : ADidvTA ! (sic); 
IX til 11 (Brundisium) : adivtame! (sic); 
111 9623 (Salonae, +): sed m(e)ritvm et 

BINEFACTA (sic) ADIv(t)an(t) LABORQ_(ve) 

fidesq_(ve); VIII 16743 (Aquae Caesa- 
ris. ■'■): aivtes (sic) (eos) q_vi botvm (sic) 
conplebervnt (sic) ; XIII 906 (Biir<U- 
gala, ■[-, 4 lh -5"'): aivtit (sic == adiutet) 
Spiritvs S(anctvsj. 

AD1VTOR. «Assistant", «helper-. 
[Forms: ativtor, VI 8417, 84*54, 33730 
(Rome, 2'" 1 ): azvtor, VIII 18224 (Civ. 
Lambaesitana) ; aivtor, VI 3472, 8700 
(Rome), VIII 9292 = 20857 (Tipasa). — 
Note ace for noin., Hubn. Hisp. 494 
(Hispania, late), and spelling adiv-tor, 
VI 5062, 9092 (Rome). — Abbrev.: adivt. 
passim; adivtt. = duo adiulores. Rev. 
Arch. (1900) p. 305 = Annee Epigr. 
(1900) p. 4 = Notiz. (1899) p. 344 
(Rome); adi., Ill 2052 (Salonae), VIII 
12611 (Carthago), Eph. Epigr. V 1023 
(Caesarea Maur.), XIII 1816 (Lngudu- 
num)]. 

I. In general, « helper » , « aider » . 
Hiibn. Hisp. 494 (Hispania, late) : sit illi 
di[vvs M(artinvs?)] adivtorem et pro- 
tectorem (sic). — As epithet applied to 
gods. [Cf. ivtor, adivtrix]. XIV 3558 
(Tibur): Neptvno adivtori sacrvm ; VI 
2801 = 32572 (Rome): aram... adiv- 
tori svo libens posvit; XI 1319 (Luna): 
Her(cvli) adivt(ori). 

II. As official position, «assistant», 
u subordinate » ; in the public service 
(religious, civil), in the army and navy, 
at court and in the domus imperaloria 
[In higher positions, men of rank; in 
lower functions, freedmen and slaves. For 
classification, cf. Vaglieri in Ruggiero, 
Diz. Epigr. I p. 79 sq.; Habel in Pauly- 
AVissowa, Real Encycl. I p. 364 sq.]. — 
ACTA. VI 8695 (Rome, 1 st ): a. ab actis. 
[Cf. acta]. — ADMISSIO. VI 8700 
(Rome, 2 nd ) : aiv[t]ori (sic) ab admis- 
sione; III 6107 (Athenae): a. ab admis- 
sions. — ALVEVS. XIV 172 (Ostia, 3 d ): 

A. CVRATORIS ALVEI TlBERIS ET CLOACA- 

rvm. — ANNONA. VI 8470 (Rome): 



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a. (illius) annon(ae) adolevjw (sic) Afrvm 
et Hispanvm RECENSENDvm etc. ; VI 33730 
(Rome, 2 ml ): ativtori (sic) ab annona. 
[Cf. below s. v. mensoresJ. — ARKA- 
RIVS. IX 2244 (Telesia): (ille) Telesi- 

NORVM SEr(ws). ARk(aRIVS) A. VICAr(iVS). 

— AVRVM. VI 878(3 (Rome): ab avro 
gemmato a.; VI 33764 (Rome, 2 1 " 1 ) : a. 
ab avro gemmato. ■ — CENSVS. XI 0337 
(Pisaurum): a. a[d c]ens[vs]; XII 408, 
Rev. Arch. (1900) p. 431 (Massilia): a. 

AD CENSVS PROVINc(iae) LVGVDVNENS(ls). 

CENTVRIO. VI 3069, 3078 (Rome, 221): 
a. (centurionis). — CODICILLI. VI 8442 
(Rome, 2 nd ): a. a codicillis. — CO- 
GNITIONES. VI 8634 (Rome, 2 nd ), VIII 
12613 (Carthago): a. a cognitionibvs; 
VI 8635 (ibid.): a. a cognitionib(vs) 
domnicis (sic). — COHORS. VIII 2555 
= 18072 (Castra Lambaes.): option[es] 

coh(ortis) pr[im](ae) et adiv[t](ores). 

COMMENTARY VI 8518 (Rome. 2 1 " 1 ): 

A. OFFICI COMMENTARI KAS(TRENSIS) ; VI 

38770 (ibid.), VIII 12610-12612, 12893- 
12896 (Carthago), 16561 (Theveste): a. 

a commentaris; VI 8951 (Rome): a. a 

COMMENTARY ORNAMENTORVM, [Cf. belOW, 

ornamenta]; VIII 12898 (Carthago) : a. 
ad instrvmentv(m) commentariorvm. — 
CORNICVLARIVS. VI 2659 (Rome): a. 
cornicvl(ariorvm) ; III 2052 (Salonao): 
a. corn(icvlarii) co(n)s(vlaris) ; III 894 
(Potaissa), 1471 (Sarmizegetusa), VIII 
1875 (Theveste): a. offici cornicvlario- 
rvm; III 3510, 3543 (Aquiiiciim) : a. of- 
fici cornicvlariorvm co(n)s(vlaris). An- 
nee Epigr. (1904) p. 3 (Dalmatia): ex a. 

cornicvlariorvm co(n)s(vlaris). EPI- 

STVLAE. VI 8612-13 (Rome): a. ab epi- 
stvlis Lat(inis). — FERAE. VI 10208 
(Rome): a. ad feras. — FISCVS. VI 8577 
(Rome. 2 nd ): a. fisci Asiatici. [Cf. below, 
tabvlarii]. — HARVSPICES. VI 2128 
(Rome): a. harvspicvm. — LAGONA. VI 
8866 (Rome): a. a lagona. — LIBELLI. 
VI 8615 (Rome): a libellis a. — MA- 
G1STER. Ill 7822 (Alburnns Maior): a. 
mag(istri) coll(egii); VIII 989 (Missua): 
ex adivt(ore) ... mag(istri) officior(vm). 

— MENSORES. XIV 2 (Ostia, 197): 
c(orpvs) m(ensorvm) adivtor(vm); ib. 154 
(Ostia): corpvs mesorvm (sic) frvmen- 
t(ariorvm) adivtorvm et acceptorvm 



Ost(iensivm); ibid. 4140 (ibid.): men- 
sor(vm) frvm(entariorvm) adivtorvm 
Ostiensivm. — MONETA. VI 8464 
(Rome, 2 nd ): ativtor (sic) praepos(iti) 

SCALPTORVM SACRAE MONETAE. OFFI- 

CIVM. Ill 3510 (Aqumcuni, 224): a. of- 
fici co(n)s(vlaris). — ORNAMENTA. 
VI 4228 (Rome. 126): a. proc(vratoris) 
ab ornamentis; VI 8950 (Rome) : a. pro- 
curators) RATIONIS ORNAMENTORVM; VI 

8951 (ibid.): a. a commentaris orna- 

MENTORVM. PIN ACOTHECAE . VI 

10234 (Rome, 2 nd ): qvi fvit a pinaco- 

THECIS ET (illius) ADIVTORIS EIVS. 

PRAEFECTVS? VI 3196 (Rome): a. prae- 
[f(ectorvm) praetorio?]. — PRAETE- 
RITI? Ill 4030 (Poetovio): a. praete- 
r(itorvm?, or mistake for prae(fecti)??). 

— PRINCEPS. VIII 4332 (Casae) : ex 

ADIVTORE PRINC(IPIS) LEG(lONIs) Avg(v- 

stae); III 12679 (Dalmatia), II 6111 (Tar- 
raco): a. principis. [Cf. VIII 2255 = 
18072 (Castra Lambaes.)]. — PROCV- 
RATOR. VI 738 (Rome): a. procc. 
[= procuratoruni]; VII 62 (Aquae Su- 
lis, 2 nd ): a. proc(vratorvm) ; III 431 
(Ephesus, 2 nd ): a. eivs (sc. pro cur atoris 
Syriae); XIII 2924 (Antessiodurum) : a. 
procc. civitatis Senonvm etc.; XII 671 
(Arelate): a. (illius) proc(vratoris) Av- 
g(vsti) provinc(iae) ... ; VI 10083 (Rome) : 

A. PROC(VRATORIS) SVMMI CHOr[aGIi]; XIV 

1877 (Ostia): a. proc(vratoris) svm[mi 
choragii?]; Rev. Arch. (1900) p. 305 
= Notiz. (1899) p. 344 (Rome): (Mis) 
adivtt. (= adiutoribus) proc(vratoris). 

— RATIONALES. VI 9033 (Rome): a. 
rationalivm; Bull. Comm. (1886) p. 181 
(Rome, 2 nd ) : [adi]vt(or) rat(ionalivm) 
stationis. '— RATIONES. [Cf. below, 
TABVLARII]. VI 455 (Rome, 168): (ille) 
a rationibvs Avgg. ... [litter]is ad (il- 
ium) adivtorem s[vvm datis] ; VI 5305, 
8417 (where ativtor), 8418, 8420-8424 
(Rome) : a. a rationibvs ; VI 8419 (ibid.) : 
a rationibvs a.; Ill 1099 (Apulum) : a. 
off(ici) rat(ionvm). — SACRA. VI 8716, 
8717 (Rome): a. a sacris. — SIGNA. VI 
3472 (Rome) : dvplicarivs aivtor (sic) 
signorvm. — SIGNIFER. VIII iSiilM 
(Civitas Lambaes.): sig(nifer) leg(ionis) 

III AVG(VSTAE) . . . CVM AZVTORIBVS (sic) 

svis. — SINGVLARES. VIII 9292 = 



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J57 Tipaaa): aivtor [tie) dvplic[a]- 

R1VS EX NVIWERVM (s/C) SI NGVLARI VJW. 

STVDIA. VI 17o I (Rome): sex(agena- 

KIVS) STVDIORVM A. — SVBAEDIANI. VI 

9559 (Borne, 2 nd ): a. (of the corporation 
o\' subaediani). — TABVLARil, TABV- 
LARIVM. \ I B546, »50, 9076, 

1)077. Uev. Arch. (1900) p. 305 = Notiz. 
(1899) p. 344 (Rome); IX 1782 (Forum 
Novum), 5706 (Cupra Montana); V :;■ 
369,371 (Abrega); III 1305 (Ampelnm), 
1 166, 1 168, 1469, 7919, 7922 (Sarmi- 
zegetusa), 4020, 4023, 4062 (Poetovio), 
6574 (Ephesus); VIII 2021, 2033 (near 
Theyeste), 1372, 4373 (Numidia), 7053, 
7075, 7076 (Cirta), 12598-12607, 12884, 
L2885, 12887-12890, 13189 (Carthago). 
L8326, 18327 (Civitas Lambaes.), 18813 
(Aquae Thibilitanae); II 5210 (Conventus 
Pacensis); XIII 181(5 (Lugudunurn): a. 

TABVLARIORVM (or TABVLARil). VI (303 

= XIV 49, XIV 200 (Ostia): tabvla- 
rivs a. — VI 8429 (Rome) : a. tabvl(a- 
riorvm, or -arii) a rationibvs. — Eph. 
Epigr. V 1023 (Caesarea) : a. tabvlari a 
rationibvs. — VI 8430 (Rome) : a. a r(a- 
tionibvs) t(abvlariorvm). — VI 9078 
(Rome): a. tabvl(ariorvm) rat(ionis) 
V[r](bicae). — VI 8510 (ib.): a. tabv- 

LAR(IORViW) RAt(iONVm) PRI VATAr(vm). 

IX 1664 (Beneventuni) : a. [t]a[b]vl(a- 
riorvm) [of^fici a r[ati]o[n3(ibvs) la- 
nae. — VI 8438 (Rome. 1 st ): a. tabvla- 
rior(v.w) ration(vm) hereditat(ivm) Cae- 
sar(is) n(ostri). — VI 8448 (Rome, 2 nd ) : 
a. tabvl(arii) xx [= vicesimae sc. he- 
reditatium}. — VI 8531 (Rome): a. ta- 
bvl(ariorvm) a rat(ionibvs) m(armorvm) 
f(isci) c(astrensis). — VI 33739 (ibid.): 
a. tabvl(ariorvm) rat(ionis) kastrens(is). 
— VI 8518 (Rome, 2 nd ) : a. offici tabvlari 
kas(trensis). — VI 8530 (Rome) : a. ta- 
bvl(ari) castr(ensis). — VIII 12609 
(Carthago): a. tabvlarior(vm) fisci ca- 
strensis. — VI 5744 (Rome): a. tab(v- 

LARIORVM) F(lSCl) ALEx(ANDRINl). VI 

8571 (Rome): a. tab(vlariorvm) fisci 
Asiatici. — III 6075 (Ephesus): a. ta- 

BVL(aRIORV.W) PRrjov(lNClAE) ASIAE^. 

VIII 12883 (Carthago): a. tabvlari a 
mensa Vagens(i). — VIII 13188 (ibid.): 
a. tabvl(ari) ad men(sam) Thisidvensi 
(sic). — VI 8544 (Rome): a. tabvi(a- 



riorvm) rat(ionis) ves[t](ivnv). [Cf. below, 
vestis]. — VI 1115 (Rome, 284-5): (Me) 
tabvl(arivs) []sv]nw\arvjv\ rationvm [cvm] 
proximis et adiv[tori]b(vs). — THER- 
MAE. VI 8678 (Rome, 2 nd ): a. terma- 
rvm (sic) Traia(narvm). — TRIER.AR- 
CHVS. X 3391 (Misenum): a. tr(ierarchi) 
mi (i. e. quadrireme) Venere. — vestis. 
VI 8547 (Rome, 1 st ): a. a veste ca- 
strense. [Cf. above, TABVLARil]. — 
VINA. VI 5062, 9092 (Rome): ad ivtor 
(sic) avinis (He); VI 9091 (Rome, 2 nd ) : 

A. A VINIS. 

Add IX 2438 (Saepinum, 168): exem- 
plvm epistvl(ae) scriptae mihi a Septi- 
miano colliberto et ADivTORE MEO ; and 
fgmts. etc. of uncertain usage, VI 222 
1. 22 (Rome, 3 d ), 10019 (ibid., 2» d ); XIV 
189 (Ostia); V 1748 (Aquileia); VIII 
2981 (Lambaesis); XII 2604 (Genava). 

ADIVTORIVM. « Assistance «. XIV 
3530 (Aefula, 88) : adivtorio eivs ; V 6549 
(Novaria): adivtorio matris; VIII 14436 
(Prow Procons., 4 th ): aivtorivm (sic) 
(illiits); II 742 (Norba, 219): ativtorio 
(sic) parentv(m); II 3358 (Aurgi): adiv- 
torio (illius) fili svi. 

AD1VTRIX. Fern. adj. (a) «Assistant», 
■ helper ». (b) « Subordinate ■ . 

Forms. ATIVTRIX, VI 3198 = 32783 
(Rome): at[i]vtri[ce]; V 892 (Aquileia): 
ativ[tric(is)]; III 10060 (Dalmatia) : 
ativtrici[s]. — AIVTRIX, VI 4881 = 
3332 (Rome) : aivtrices (sic = gen. sing.); 
Ill 11240 (Carnuntum): aivtric(is) ; VIII 
12877 (Carthago): aivtricis. — AITRIX, 
III 981 (Apulum): aitricis. — HADIV- 
TRIX, III 3750 (Pannonia Inf., tegulae) : 
had. and hadi. — DIVTRIX (sic), III 
11008 (Brigetio): divtricis. — In plur., 
Ill 3524 (Aquincum, 228): legionvm i 
et ii ADivTRicivjw etc. — Note division of 
syll., ad- ivtr(icis), III 15188 3 (Adiaum) ; 
and careless abbrev. vd., Ill 10660 (Pan- 
nonia Inf.), Bramb. 1537 (Aquae Mat- 
tiacae). — Abbrev. (1)ad., adi. extreme- 
ly freq. everywhere. (2) adivt. very freq. 
passim. (3) adivtric. common, as XIV 
3900 (ager Tiburtinus) ; XI 6057 (Urvi- 
num Mataurense); V 534-5 (Tergeste), 
915, 954 (Aquileia), 4368 (Brixia). 7425 
(Libarna); III 265, 6755 (Ancyra), 3846 
(Emona), 10224 (Sirmium), 10240 (Car- 



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nuntum); VIII 3066 (Lambaesis), 18270 
(Civ. Lambaesitana); II 4511 (Barcino). 
(4) adivtr. freq.,asVI 1343, 1523,3336, 
3606 (Rome); IX 3920 = 5627 (Alba 
Fucens); V 4123 (bet. Cremona and 
Brixia); III 2823 (Burnum), 10208 (Bas- 
siana), 11347 (Pannonia Sup.); VIII 0376 
(Caesarea); 11 4510 (Barcino). (5) a., 
Ill 3472, 10507 (Aquincum), 4306, 4312, 
4315, 10984, 11003, 11021, 11035 (Bri- 
getio), 11345 (Pannonia Sup.); VII 185 
(Lindum). (6) adiv., Ill 4462 (Carnun- 
tum), 4655, 11346, 11348 (Pannonia 
Sup. (7) adivtr!., X 3348 (Puteoli); 
III 7396 (Perinthus). (8) adt. (sic), III 
10983 (Brigetio). 

(1) As epithet of Fortuna: «Helper-', 
« Assistant ». VI 179 (Rome) : Fortvnae 
Adivtrici et tvtelae, whence III 5314 
(Solva) : nvtrici avg. sacr. is emended to 
read [Fortvnae AdiJvtrici Avg(vstae) 
sacr(vjw). 

(2) Especially as title of two legions, 
legio prima (i) adivtrix and legio secvnda 
(ii) adivtrix, in sense of « subordinate » , 
« auxiliary » , as both legions were drafted 
into the army from the non-Roman clas- 
siariiy and did not rank with the cives 
Romaai of the regular legions. When 
they were later raised to the grade of ci- 
tizen-soldiery {legionarii proper), the na- 
me adivtrix was retained, in sense (1) 
of « assistant ». [Cf. de Ruggiero, Biz. 
Epigr. s. v.]. Extremely freq. in inscrr. 
everywhere, notably Pannonia and the 
neighboring provinces, and Germany. Ad- 
ditional epithets: 

(a) leg. i. a. pia fidelis (from early 
2 nd century), VI. 1523 (Rome, 2 nd ); XIV 
3599 (Tibur); IX 1584 (Beneventum), 
.3920 (Alba Fucens); X 1202 (Abella); 
XI 393 (Ariminum), 710 (Bononia), 6057 
(Urvinum Mataurense) ; V 4123 (bet. Cre- 
mona and Brixia); III 1004, 1008 (Apu- 
lum, 107-117), 1790 (Narona, 173), 1909 
(Novae, 194), 3161 (Dalmatia, 245), 3259 
(Pannonia Inf.), 4298, 4321,11024, 11030, 
11034 (Brigetio), 4351, 4655, 11345, 
14047,14355 s1 ' 22 (Pannonia Sup.), 6706 
(Cyrrhus), 8484 (Dalmatia); VIII 19694 
(Civ. Celtiaueusium); II 4509-4511 (Bar- 
cino, 2 nd ). 

(b) LEG. II. A. PIA FIDELIS (frOUl A. D. 



70, when the legion was formed, III 
p. 849), VI 1343 (Rome, 2 nd ); XI 23 
(Ravenna), 6057 (Urvinum Mataurense); 
V 915 (Aquileia), 4368 (Brixia); IIP 
p. 849 (Herculaneum, privileg. veteran., 
7o), 550 (Atheuae, 112). 3344. 3627 = 
10569, 3742, 3750, 10660 (Pannonia 
Inf.), 3420, 3453, 3-162, 3464, 3472, 
3481, 3489, 3501, 3559, 3567, 10423, 
10428, 10489, 1434P, 14350 (Aquin- 
cum), 3627, 10365 (ager Aqninceusis). 
5331 (Solva), 10574 (Cirpi, 230); VIII 
9660 (Cartenna); VII 48 (Aquae Sulis). 

(c) LEG. I. A. P. F. ANTONINIANA (from 

Caracalla, 198-217), III 4364=11082 
(Arrabona, 207), 4655 = 11345 (Pan- 
nonia Sup., tegulae), 10988 (Brigetio); 
and, bv implication, III 4452 (Carnnn- 
tum, 212?). 

((/) LEG. II. A. P. F. ANTONINIANA (frOUl 

Caracalla, 198-217), III 3707, 3750 (Pan- 
nonia Inf.), 3445 (Aquincum, 218), 3472, 
3559?, 10435, 14342,15161 (Aquincum), 
10306 (Intercisa, 213); and add, with 
omission of P. F., Ill 3526 (Aquincum, 
216), 3484 (ibid., 219). 

(e) LEG. I. A. P. F. SEVER.IANA (frOlll Se- 

verus Alexander, 222-235), III 3524 
(Aquincum, 228), 4312, 10992 (Brigetio), 
4363, 1 1079 (Arrabona), 15188 3 (Adiaum). 
Add leg. i. a. S(everiana), III 4312 (Bri- 
getio. 

(f) LEG. II. A. P. F. SEVERIANA (fl'OUl 

Severus Alexander, 222-235), III 3393 
(Matrica), 3412, 3524 (Aquincum, 228), 
3511 (ib. 229), 3515 (ib. 230), 3457 
(ib. 231), 3427 (ib. 233), 3496 = 10568, 
3624, 10403, 10411, 10469 (Aquincum), 
10580 (Cirpi, 229). 

(g) LEG. I. A. P. F. MAXIMINIANA (fl'Olll 

Maximinus, 235-238), III 10996 (Bri- 
getio, 236). 

(/i) LEG. II. A. P. F. MAXIMINIANA ( frOlll 

Maximinus, 235-238), III 14354 5 (bet. 
Aquiucum and Brigetio). 

(/) LEG. II. A. P. F. GORDIANA (fl - Om 

Gordianus III, 238-244), III 3520 (Aquin- 
cum, 240), 15157 (ibid. 241). 

(/) LEG. I. A[D(IVTRIX) PhILi]pp[iaNa], 

(from Philippns, 244-249), III 11326 
( Pannonia Sup.). 

(m) LEG. II. A. P. F. PHILIPPIANA (fl'OUl 

Philippns, 241-249), III 10619 (bet, 



L02 



ADIV 



ADLE 



A.quincum and Birmium), l 185 r (bet. 
Aquincum ami Brigetio, 2 I 

i /i) lit., i. ad. lis r. i . con[si ans ], I II 
1800 (Brigetio, 249). The epithei con- 
stans, here lir.-t found, reappears under 
Claudius Gothicus below. Bis belongs bo 
p. i. and perhaps signifies a formal renewal 
of the title in recognition of loyalty. [Cf. 
below and Ruggiero, Biz. Epigr. I p. 8i 

(o) i be. [i. Clavdiana, (from Claudius 
Gothicus, 268-270), HI 3525= L0492 
(Aquincum, 268). More fully. Ill 3521 
(il)id. 27<>) : leg. ii. adi(vtrix) vi i». vi f. 
[co]nstans [c]lavdiana. 

ADIVVO, -ARE. «To aid», «help-. 
- assist. -. [Forms: aivba, VIII 141 IS 
(Carthago), 22634 s (Africa, terracotta re- 
liefs): adivan[te], VIII 20429 (Maur. 
Sitifensis, 2 11); adivate, XIII 10001 11 
(Vindonissa), 10001 12 (Remi)], XIV 2919 
(Praeneste, 4"') : fotvs adq_(ve) (sic) 
adivtvs beneficiis Eivs ; X 453 (Eburuiii, 
frgmt.): adivvit; X 1 183 (Capua, graffito): 
Diem (sic) = digiti) adiwabvnt prvri- 
ginem; X 8053 s (Puteoli, lamp), and 
Pais 1079 l7 (Aquileia, lamp): adiwate, 
sodales; XI 298 (Ravenna, 550): hanc 

BASILICAM, IPSO ADIVVANTE, A FVNDAMENTIS 

constrvxit; XI 324 (Ravenna, after 6 ih ): 
crvx s(an)c(t)a, adivva nos in ivdicio; 
XI 3805 (Veii, 1 st ): qvi omni tempore 
mvnicip(ivm) Veios non solvm consilio 

ET GRATIA ADIVVERIT, SED . . . | V 532 (Tei'- 

geste, 2 nc1 ) : in ad[ivva]nda patria sva ; 
Annee Epigr. (1903) p. 49 (Africa, 186): 

DESIDERIVM VESTRVM VIDETVR ET EXEMPLO 

adivva[ri anteriorvm legvm] ; V 6412 
(Ticinum) : adiwante (Mo) ; V 7349 
(Caburnum): cvm filiissvis adivvantibvs; 
VIII 14118 (Carthago, frgmt.): aivba 
(sic); VI 11 22634 s (Africa, terracotta re- 
liefs): S(an)ct(a) Maria aivba (sic) nos; 
Rev. Arch. (1902) p. 348 no. 57 (Hadru- 
rnetum, devotio): vobis ... adivvantibvs; 
VIII 20429 (Maur. Sitifensis, 244) : adi- 
van[te] (sic) (Mo); VIII 20834 (Rapi- 
dum. 2 nd ): adiwante et cvrante (Mo); 
II 53 (Pax Iulia): annonam inlata pe- 
cvnia adivtani; II 4468 (Aeso) : annona 
frvmentaria empta plebem adivvit; XIII 
1 0001" (Vindonissa): adivate (sic), so- 
dales; XIII I0001 ,2 i Remi): adivate (sic) 

MIHI. 



ADLECTIO. « Conscription - ?? The 
sense is quite doubtful. Ill 7546 (Tomi): 

QVI SEMPER IN MVNE]RIBVS ET ATLLCTIO- 
NIISVS (SIC) VERSATVS [ EST]. 

ADLECTO. -ARK. - To allure ■, 
k charm ». VI 18086 (Rome): avivm 

SVVM ADLECTABAT VOCE PVSILLA. 

ADLECTOR, ALLECTOR. Sense doubt- 
ful, probably « collector » of dues and 
imposts. (1) In the provincial admi- 
nistration of Gaul under the Empire. XI II 
5072 (Aventicum): cvr(ator) colon(iae) 
idemqjve all(ector). (2) Iu collegia, at 
Rome, VI 355 : adlector collegi ipsiv[s], 
/. e. of Isis ; 950 (A. D. 97): (Mi) al- 
lectores, cvltores Silvani, idem im- 
mvn(es); 31317 (2" d ): (Me) a veste gla- 

DIAT(orIa), ALLECTOR COLLEGI. [Note \ 

Eph. Epigr. IV 142: adle[c]tor hvivs 
templi is corrected, III 772^ (Dacia) to 
read: adve[n[]tor hvivs templi. [Cf. AD- 
VENTOR], 

*ADLECTVRA, ALLECTVRA. « The 
functiou of ADLECTVS », q. v.. s. v. AD- 
LEGO, -ERF. XIII 1688 (Ara Romae 
et Augusti): (Mi) allect(o) ar[k(ae)] 
Galliar(vm) ob allectvr(am) fideliter 
administratam. 

ADLECTVS. See ADLEGO, -ERE. 

ADLEGO, -ARE. [Form adliget = 
adleget, VI 33840 (Rome. 227)]. (1) 
« To delegate » , « depute » , « commis- 
sion » , « choose » . V 2845 (Patavium, 
early): adlegatei (sic) [p]ontem facien- 
dvm d(e) d(ecvrionvm) s(ententia) lo- 
carvnt etc.; Ill 12336 (Pautalia, 3 d ): 

IVSTITIA Pr[aES|]dIS [p]oTIVS SVPER HIS 
QVAE ADLEGABVNTVR IN5TRVCTA. (2) « To 

allege », * adduce », « claim ». VI 
33840 (Rome, 227): et cvm adliget 
(sic) aliis q_voq_(ve) colonis permissvm ; 
VIII 10570 (Saltus Burunitanus) : instan- 

TIBVS AC SVPLICANTIB(vs) (sic) VESTRAM- 
q_(ve) DIVINAM SVBSCRIPTIONEM ADLEGAN- 
TIBVS NOBIS. 

ADLEGO, -ERE (ALLEGO)- > To elect, 
admit to membership in a corporation ». 
b To raise, by sovran authority, to a higher 
rank or position - , (without actual ser- 
vice, if iu the cursus honorum) ; » to ap- 
point », « nominate ». [Very freq. as 
part, adlectvs, otherwise rare. Cf. ADSV- 
MO. COOPTO. ELIGO, LEGO. TRANS- 



ADLE 



ADLE 



103 



FERO etc. See Ruggiero, Diz. Epigr. I 
p. 411, and Schmidt in Pauly-Wissowa, 
Realencyel. I p. 366]. 

I. Forms. Normally ADL-; but ALL- 
is very freq., as, in Rome, VI 1 is (2 nd ), 
1450,1474,1547 = 31647(231), 1576 = 
31708, 1704(4"'), 2065(87), 3191,3234, 
3308, 9405, 30937, 31774; — in Italy, 
XIV 5, 321, 375, 415 (Ostia), 2113 
(Lanuvium, 2 nd ), 2992 (Praeneste), 3611 
(Tibur), 4178 c (Lanuvinm); X 53 (Vibo. 
2 nd ), 3723, 8216 (Volturnura) ; I p. 327 
{Fasti Antiates, 1 st ); XI 3807 (Veii); 

IX 338 (Cannsium, 223), 1121 (Aecla- 
num), 1571-2 (Beneventuin), 4976 (Cu- 
res, 2 nd ), 5933 (Urbs Salvia, 1 st ); V 
1812 (Gemona, 186), 1978 (Opitergium), 
2501 (Ateste), 2822 (Patavium, 96-8), 
3354 (Verona) ; — in the East, III 532 
(Athenae, 2 nd ), 1914 (Novae) ; — in 
Africa, VIII 2745 (Lambaesis). 5278 
(ager Hipponensis, 2" cl ), 6711 (Tiddis, 3 d ), 
7057 (Cirta, 1 st ), 8840 (Tupusuctu), 8995 
(Sitiiis, 3 d ), 10501 (Thysdrus. 2" d ), 11338 
(Sufetula); — in Spain, II 4114, 4227 
(Tarraco, 2 nd ); — in Gaul, XII 2452 
(Narbonensis), 3163, 3183 (Nemausus) ; 
XIII 1646 (Segusiavi), 1673, 1709 (Ara 
Rom. et Aug.). Unusual and mistaken 
forms, atlectvs, II 4514 (Barcino, 2 nd ); 
alec[tvs], Dessau 61 32 b = Notiz. (1895) 
p. 414 (bet. Hadria and Iuteramna) ; 
afdlectvs, VI 10627 (Rome); adil(ectvs), 
III 3497 (Aquincum) ; collectvs (by 
mistake for adl-), V 5050 (Anauni, 46). 
Note division ad • lectvs, XIV 376 (Ostia), 
III 6074 (Ephesus, 1 st ). 

Abbrev. ADLECT. freq. everywhere. — 
ADLEC, VI 30937 (Rome)/ XIV 362 
(Ostia), I p. 327 {Fasti Antiates, 1 st ), 

X 211 (Grumsntum), 1249 (Nola), 1890 
(Puteoli), 3679 (Misenum), 5852 (Feren- 
tinum), 8215 (Volturnum, 198). — ADL., 
VI 10243, 10290 (Rome, 2 nd ), XIV 257, 
409 (Ostia), XI 3543« (Centum Cellae), 
V 2069 (Feltria), 2395 (Perraria), 3137 
(Vicetia). — AD.? VI 31896 (Rome). 

II Use : (A) with predicate noun. (B) 
with IN and ace, (rarely abl.) (C) with 
INTER. (D) with AD (rarely). (E) with 
dat. (F) absolutely. 

(A) with predicate noun. (Mainly of 
functions in provincial towns). XIV 409 



(Ostia) : aedilicivs adlectvs. — XIV 
412, 415 (ibid.) : aedilis a. ~ XIV 4062 
(Fidenae): a. a memoria. — II 3423-4 
(Carthago Nova): cms a. — VIII 14698 
(Thiburnica, 2 nd ): (centvrio) a. — XI 
1617 (Florentia) : colonvs a. — XI 
5697 (Tuficum, 2'" 1 ): cvratori viarvm et 

pontivm Vmbriae et Piceni A. II 4227 

(Tarraco, 2 nd ) : decvrialis a. — VI 9288 
(Rome), XIV 303, 321, 353, 362-3, 376, 
378, 390, 391, 398, 409, 411, 415, 4142 
(Ostia), 2987 (Praeneste), X 1273 (Nola), 
1449 (Herculaneum), V 2501, 2524 (Ate- 
ste), III 1914 (Novae), VIII 1224(Vagae), 
1413 = 15205 (Thignica), 8840, 20651 
(Tupusuctu), 8494 (Sititis), 8995 (ibid. 
3 d ), 14343, 14345 (Prov. Procons.), II 
4263 (Tarraco) : decvrio a. — XIV 375 
(Ostia), V 2395 (Ferraria), 2860 (Pata- 
vium), III 3497 (Aquincum), 7334 (Ser- 
rhae, 2 nd ): a. decvrio. — VI 3191, 
3234, 3249, 3308, 30937 (Rome), 31162 
(ibid. 219): eq_ves singvlaris a.; VI 
3261 (Rome): a. eq_(ves) sing(vlaris). — 
X 7915 (Cornus): patron(o) civitatis a. 

— X 5852-3 (Ferentinum) : a. ex s. c. 
pontifici. — X 7583-4 (Carales): prae- 
f(ecto) fabr(vm) a co(n)s(vle) a. — I 
p. 327 {Fasti Antiates, 1 st ): [pro ma- 

g(istro)] ex d(ecreto) d(ecvrionvjw) a. 

X 5853 (Ferentinum) : mi vir(o) qvin- 
q_(vennali) a. — IX 4976 (Cures, 2 nd ): 

Q_(vIn)q_(vENNAUCIo) ... A. IN PERPE- 

t(vvm). — Notiz. (1889) p. 8 (Forum 
Clodi) q_vinq_vennalis a. ; XIV 360 
(Ostia): a. inter primos q_vinqvennalis. 

— X 7917 (Cornus, 3 d ): sac[erd(os)] 
prov(inciae) Sard(iniae) a.; Ill 4814 
(Virunum) : a. sacerd[os] et flamen. — 
VI 10627 (Rome, verse): tvtela a. 

(B) With in (and ace.) VI 33885 
(Rome, 2 nd ): si alivs ... in hoc colle- 

GIVM ADLECTVS ESSET, and DE EO [q_Ve]m 

adlectvri fverint. — II 4249 (Tarraco, 

2 nd ): ADLECTO INCOLONIAM {sic) CaESAR- 

avgvstanam. — XII 1 585 (Lucus Augusti): 
A. in cvriam Lvgvdvnensivm. — II 1180 
(Hispalis, 2 nd ): a. in decvrias; V 5050 
(Anauni, 46) : collecti {sic — adlecti) 
in decvrias Romae ; X 1493 (Neapolis), 
7518 (Sulci), III 14359 3 (Carnuntum), 
VIII 6950 (Cirta), 15872 (Sicca), II 3584 
(Dianium), 4223 (Tarraco), XII 3183 



104 



VDLi: 



ADLK 



mausus), XIII L798 (Lugudunum): 

A. IN QJVINQ_VE DECVRIAS; V I I I 1494 

(Thugga, 2 nd ), L576 (Mnstis, 3 d ), 1827 = 
16472 (Althiburus), 67M (Tiddis, 3 d ): 

in q_\inq_\i. decvrias a; II i in 1 . ' I (Tar- 
raco): a. indecvrias {sic) X ivdic(vm) 
Rom(ae); VIII 1 1 17 (Carthago, 2 nd ): a. 
in decvriam ivdicvm . . . ; 1 1 1 7Jii i Thiacia, 
I"*): a. in decvr(ias) ivdic(vm) selecto- 
k(v>0. — VIII 11338 (Sufetula): a. in 

I'ATRICIAS FAMILIAS. [Of. A. INTER I'ATRICIOS 

below § C]. — VIII 10501 (Thysdrus, 

2 nd ): a. in nvml;<(vm) . . . [Lavren]tivm 
Lavinativm; II 4463 (Aeso): a. in nv- 

MERVM DECVRIOn(vm). X 8216 (Vol- 

turnum), VIII 5278 (ager Hipponensis, 

2 ): a. in ordinem;XI1I 1802 (Lugu- 
duniim. 2 nd ): a. . . . in splendidissim(vm) 
ordin(em); V 7158 (Piedmont. 2'"'), III 
7153 (ager Taurinorum, 2 nd ), XIII 1808 
(Lugudunum, 2 nd ), XII 2452 (Narbonen- 
sis), 2453 (bet. Augusta and Lacus Le- 
maDnus), 4354 (Narbo, 2 nd ): a. in am- 
plissimvm ordinem ; XIII G769 (Mo- 
guntiacum) : a. in ordi[n]em c(ivivm) 
R(omanorvm) ; VI 148. 1944 (Rome), 
XIV 5 (Ostia). X 1576, Xotiz. (1888) 
p. 286 (Puteoli, 2 nd ). 3679 (Misennm). 
3704 (Cumae), 8215 (Volturnum, 198), 
IX 1640-1 (Beneventum) : a. in ordinem 
decvrionvm; X 1132 (Abellinum) : hvnc 

DECVRIONES GRATIS IN ORDINEM Sv(vm) AD- 

legervnt. [Cf. X 846 (Pompeii) below, 
§ E]. — V 8117 (Vicetia, 48): a. in 
senatvm. — VIII 627 (Mactar, 8 d ): in 
eq_ve5tres tvrmas a.: VIII 1147 (Car- 
thago, 2" d ), 10501 (Thysdrus, 2 Ilfl ), Eph. 
Epigr. VII 6 (Prov. Tripolitana, 2" d ): a. in 
tvrmas eq_vitvm Romanorvm. 

With IN (and abl.). VI 9405 (Rome): 

Q_VI IN HAC DECVRIA ALLECTI ERINT; X 53 

(Vibo,2 nd ): a. in d[ecv]ris (sic); VIII 
9374 (Caesarea): a. in q_vinq_( v e) de- 
cvriis. — II 4251 (Tavraco, 1 st ): a. in 
eq_vite. — X 1804 (Puteoli), 6520 (Cora, 
1 ). Notiz. (1889) p. 8 (Forum Clodi), 
IX 857:; (Pagus Fificulanus), II 4244. 
4262 (Tarraco): a. in ordine. 

(C) With inter. XI 3337 (Blera, 2 nd ), 
Annee Epigr. I 1904) p. 24 (Ephesus, 1 st ): 

ADLECTVS . . . INTER AEDILICIOS | VIII 15497 

(Prov. Procons. 225): [cvm] ... inter ae- 

DILICIOS ADLECTVS ESSET. X 1890 (Pu- 



teoli. frgmt.) : a. in(ter av(,v)st(ai.es) 
pvblic(os)P — XIV 431 (Ostia): in[ter 

BISEI.l.IARIOS V y~J ADLEGIT. XI 3801, 

:;xil7-!> (Veii): adlectvs inter c(entvm) 
v,k( ( VIII 597 (Prov. Byzac), XII 

Is.'iii (Vienna): a. inter comites. ■ -VI 

1704 (Rome, 4"'): a. i-etitv senatvs inter, 
consvlares ; X 1125 (Abellinum, 4 th ), 

IX 1571-2 (Beneventum): a. inter con- 
svlares. — II 6096 (Tarraco): a. inter 
decvrias ivdicvm Romae. [Cf. above, 
§ B]. — XIV 2992 (Praeneste): a. in- 
ter decvriones. — XIV 4178<? (Lanu- 
vium) : a. in[t~Jer dictatorios. — X 8215 
(Volturnum, 198), V 4386 (Brixia): a. 
inter ii viral(es). — II 4514 (Barcino, 
2 nd ): a. a Barc(inonensibvs) inter im- 
mvnes. — XIV 2113 (Lanuvium, 2"' 1 ): 
a. inter ivvenes. — XIV 409 (Ostia) : 
gratis a. inter navicvlar(ios) maris Ha- 
driatici. — VI 1383 (Rome, 137), 3827 
(Rome); X 211 (Grumentum); IX 1123 
(Aeclanum), 1592 (Beneventum, 2 nd ), 
2456 (Saepinum, 2 nd ); XI 5210-11 (Ful- 
giniae, 1 st ); III 6074 (Ephesus, 1 st ): a. 
inter patricios. — VI 1359. 1412 = 
1547 = 31647, 1450 (Rome); XIV 2925 
(Praeneste, 1 st ), 3611 (Tibnr) ; X 1249 
(Nola); IX 1578 (Beneventum, 2 nd ), 5533 
(Urbs Salvia. 1 st ); 111 535 (Apamea, 1 st ), 
552 (Athenae, 2" d ); II 2666 (Legio VII), 
3533 (Murcia), 4114 (Tarraco, 2" d );XlI 
1857 (Vienna), 3166 (Nemausus, 1 st ); 
XIII 1673 (Ara Romae et Augusta): a. 
inter praetorios; — VIII 7057 (Cirta. 
1 st ): in[ter] praetorio[s] a. — X 7507 
(Gaulus, 2 nd ): [inter] q_vadringenarios 
a. — VI 1442,1488,1530, 1575, 1576 = 
31708, 31774 (Rome); XIV 3611 (Tibur); 

X 3723 (Volturnum); IX 1592 (Bene- 
ventum, 2 nd ); XI 376 (Ariminum); V 
1812 (Gemona, 186); VIII 18270 (Civ. 
Larabaesitana); XII 2453 (bet. Augusta 
and Lacus Lemannus) ; XIII 1673 (Ara 
Romae et Augusti) : a. inter qjvaesto- 
rios. — IX 338 (Canusium, 223): a. 
inter q_vinq_vennalicios. — VIII 262 
(Sufes) : inter q_vin[q_vennali]cios a. — 
X 7518 (Sulci): a. ... inter sa[c]erdo- 

tales prov(inciae) Sard(iniae). X 1685 

(Puteoli); III 14359 3 (Carnuntum) : a. in- 
ter selectos. — IX 4891 (Trebula Mu- 
tuesca): a. svpra nvmer[vm inter seviros 



ADLE 



ADME 



105 



avgvstales? Cf. IX 4896 (ibid.): a. svpra 

NVMEr(vm) SEVIRVM AVGVSTALIVM. VI 

1474 (Rome); X 6520 (Cora, 1 st ), 7237 
Lilybaeura, 3 rd ); XI 1183 (Veleia, 2 nd ), 
5533 (Urbs Salvia, 1 st ) ; IX 5833 (Aim- 
mum, 2 nd ); V 2822 (Patavium, 1 st ), 4338 
(Brixia, 2" d ); III 4567 (Vindobona); VIII 
2582, 2745 (Lambaesis), 7044 (Cirta, 2 nd ); 
II 4114 (Tarraco, 2 nd ); XII 3163 (Ne- 
mausus, 3 rd ); XIII 1673 (Ara Romae et 
Augusti) : A. INTER tribvnicios ; VIII 7062 
(Cirta, 197), II 4126 (Tarraco): inter 
tribvnicios a. Add XIII 7250 (ager 
Moguntiacensis) : a. inter [...?,..]. 

(D) With AD. Eph. Epigr. V 562 
(Prov. Procons., 3 d ): a. ... [ad c]vram 
civi[tatis]. — VI 2065 II 1. 13 (Rome, 
Arval, 87) : a. ... ad Fratres Arvales. 
[Cf. VI 2074 II 5 (ib. 101)]. — XI 5215, 
5216 (Fulginiae): a. ad mvnera praeff. 

LEGG. VII CLAV(DIAE) ET PRIMAE ADIVTRI- 

cis. — VI 1984 (Rome, 71): a. ad nv- 

MERVM. 

(E) With dat. V 1978 (Opitergium), 
2069, 2070 (Feltria), 3137 (Vicetia): a. 
aerario. — V 5036 (Tridentum): a. an- 
non(ae) leg(ionis) hi Italic(ae). — XIII 
1646 (Segusiavi) : a. aq_vae. — XIII 
1688, 1709 (Ara Romae et Augusti) : 
a. arkae Galliarvm. — V 5738 (ager 
Mediolaniensis) : a. collegio. — XIV 
2408 (Bovillae, 169): commvn(i) mimo- 
r (vm) a. — X 7019 (Catina), VIII 937 = 
11216 (Mim.Seressitanum), 1576 (Mustis, 
3 d ), 7074= 19511 (Cirta), 11173 (Seger- 
mes, 2 nd ), 15872 (Sicca): eq_vo pvblico 
a. — X 846 (Pompeii): hvnc decvrio- 

NES ... ORDINI SVO GRATIS ADLEGERVNT. 

XI 1834 (Arretium, 1 st ): orn(amentis) 
[p]raetoricis (sic) a senatv a. — VI 
10118 (Rome): [adl]ectvs scaenae, pa- 
rasitvs Apollinis idem; XIV 3683 (Ti- 
bur) : mi[mo parasitJo Apollinis, adle- 
cto (sc. scaenae); VI 10126 (Rome): 
divrno adlecto (sc. scaenae). — X 3676 
(Misenum) : a. trib(vi) Palat(inae). 

(F) Absolutely, or witbont determina- 
tive appellation. VI 2065 (Rome, Arval, 
87): a. (Me) loco (illius); VI 10234 
(Rome, 153): vt ne plvres adlegantvr 
and vt . . . liberi adlegantvr; VIII 262 = 
11430 (Safes): adlecto qv[i prae]ter 
svmm(am) hono[rariam3 flamoni . . . AIW- 

Thes. linguae I at. epigr. 



plivs hs. (tot) obtvlerit. And so, practi- 
cally as subst., VI 10243, 10290, 31896, 
33885 (Rome), XIV 258 = XI 2543a 
(Centum Cellae), XIV 2408 (Bovillae, 
169), V 3354 (Verona), Dessau 6132 6 = 
Notiz. (1895) p. 414 (bet. Hadria and 
Interamna). 

ADLEVO, -ARE [ALLEVO]. (1) «To 
raise». VI 1527 (Rome, laudatio Ta- 
riae, B. C.) d. 1. 14: prostrata hvmi, 
n[on] adlevata, sed tra[cta et servilem 
in] modvm rapsata; V 3257 (Verona, 1 
B. C.) : tectvm, parietes allevarvnt. — 
(2) k To lighten », « make easy », « sus- 
tain ». XIV 3608 (Tibur, l st ):pRiMvs 

EX EA PROVINCIA MAGNO TRITICI MODO AN- 

nonam p(opvli) R(omani) adlevavit; VI 
10230 (Rome, laudatio Murdiae, 1 st ) : 

SED PROPRIIS VIRIBVS ADLEVENT CETERA, 
Q_VO FIRMIORA PROBABILIORAQ_VE SINT. 

ADLIGO, -ARE. See ALLIGO. 

ADLITVS. Part, as adj., apparently in 
sense of « strongly attached » , « uninter- 
rupted ». VIII 20776 (Auzia): adlitvs 

AMOR ERAT NOBIS, (s)l FATA DEDIs(s)eNT. 

ADLOQVIVM. See ALLOQVIVM. 

ADLOQVOR, -I. « To address ». Rev. 
Arch. (1900) p. 347 = Annee Epigr. 
(1900) p. 14 no. 34 = Melanges (1901) 
p. 227 (Lambaesis, 128): imp. Caesar 
Hadrianvs Avgvstvs [legionem hi Avgv- 

STAIW], EXERCltATIONIBv[s] INSPECTIS, AD- 
LOCVTVS EST. 

ADLVO, -ERE. « To wash against », 
« moisten », « cleanse ». X 6811 (Ardea, 
238): litvsvicinvm viae Severianae ad- 
sidvis maris adlventibvs flvctibvs ad 
labewv rvinae labefactatvm j ix 4744 
(Reate): os(s)aq_ve fvnestis fletibvs ad- 
lvervnt; V p. 617 (Mediolanium, verses 
of St. Ambrosius) 1. 5 : vt sacri sangvinis 

VMOR FINITIMAS PENETRANS ADLVAT EXVVIAS. 

ADLVVIO. [ALLVVIO]. (1) « Inun- 
dation ». Notiz. (1892) p. 480 (Neapolis, 

202): MOLEIVl NOVAJW AD DEFENSIONEM VIAE 
ADLVVIONE MARIS CORRVPTAE FECERVNT. (2) 

« Rich alluvial land, deposited by run- 
ning water». XI 1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ) 
1. 86 : fvnd(o) (Mo) cvm meridib(vs) 
omnib(vs) et ALLVVIONIBVS ivnctis PRAEDIS 
s(vpra) s(criptis). 

ADMEDERA. See AMMAEDARA. 

ADMETVS. Mythical king of Pherae 

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ADMI 



in Thessalv. husband of Ahvstis. V S2ii."> 
(Aquileia): Admktvs et Alc[estis], with 
figures of bearded Bhepherd resting on 
pedum, ami veiled woman. (2) As name 
of race-horse, VI 8628 (Rome, I st ): Scor- 

VICIT . . . Admeto. 

adminstrans. Part, as snbst. «Su- 
perintendent -. - manager*. [Cf. admi- 
nistrator]. X 3846 (Capua): ordo 
et popvlvs Hadrvmetinvs administranti 
obtvlervnt . . . 

ADMINISTRATE. .Administration », 
• management*. [Form admenestratio, 

XI 5996 (Sestinum, 375). Abbrev.: 
adjvunist.. XII 5336 (Narbo, -J-, 5 tb ) ; ad- 
ministr.. XIV 26:16 (Tusculum, 131)]. 
XIII 1668 I 1. 27 (Ara Romae et Au- 
gusts Speech of Claudius): ad consvles, 

ANNVOS MAGISTRATVS. ADMINISTRATE REI 

p(vblicae) translata est: XI 4118 (Nar- 
nia): ob insigni(a) eivs gesta et inlvstre 

ADMINISTRATIONS MERITVM ; X 7234 (Ll- 
ljbaeUm) : PRO MERITIS EXIMIAE LENITATIS 

et benignae administrations; XI 5996 
(Sestinum. 375): perpetv(a)e lvcis ... 
admenestrationis (sic) svae; VI 1725 
(Rome. 5 th ): ob egregia eivs administra- 
tionvm merita ; VI 1747 (Rome, 4 th ): 
inter ceteras administratio[nes] ; XIV 
2636 (Tusculum. 131): ob innoc(entiam) 
et adsidvit(atem) ceterasq_(ve) admini- 
str(at:ones) eivs; VI 1769 (Rome, 4 th ): 

EXACTO ADMINISTRATIONIS TEMPORE; VI 

1772 (ibid.): post administrationem; II 
2210 (Cordnba, f): post decvrsam admi- 
nistrationem; X 4724 (ager Falernus, 
367): in Vrbe Sacra administrationem 
administravit; VI 10215 (Rome): in 
ea administratione ita versatvs vt . . . ; 

XII 5336 (Narbo, f, 5"'): impendia . . . 

Q_VAE PER BIENN(lVM) ADMINISt(raTIONIs) 

svaepr(a)ebv(it); VI 32326 (Rome. Comm. 
Lud. Saec, 204) 1. 52 frgmt. administra- 
tionem; II 1972 (Malaca, 4 ,,, -^)" , ) : [per 

AD]MINISTRATIONEM PROVINCIAe[tOTIVS Et] 

per rectionem: VIII 15497 (Prov. Pro- 
cons.. 225): singvlari instantia in ad- 
ministratione; VIII 897 (Villa Magna): 
(svb) [ad],ministratione procons(vlis) 
p(rovinciae) A(fricae); VIII 826 (Turca, 

230): OB EXIMIAM II VIRATVS ADMINISTRA- 
TIONEM : VIII 1261 = 10594=14612 
(Simitthus) : admini[stration]em ii vira- 



tvs in[comp]arabilem ; VIII 11:; 40 (Su- 
IVtula): administrationem ii viratvs in- 
nocvam; VI 2133 (Rome, 242): in deos 

Q_VOQ_VE PERVIGILEM ADMINISTRATIONEM : 

VI 21:'..") (Rome, 3 d ): pervigili admini- 
stratione; VI 2138 (ibid.): plenam sa- 

CRORVM ERGA DEOS ADMINISTRATIONEM; VI 

32414 (Rome, 247): per omnes gradvs 

SACERDOTII LAVDABILI ADMINISTRATIONE. 

ADMINISTRATOR. «Superintendent", 
- manager *, (a public functionary). [Cf. 
ADMINISTRANS]. VIII 17896 (Tha- 
mugadi. 361-3): senatores ft comites 

ET EX COMITIBVS ET ADMIn[iSt]raTORES, 

(order of salutatio); XII 674 (Arelate): 

ADMENISTRATOR (sic) RATIONVM Q_VIn[q_]vE 

provinciarvm; Kraus 11 (Vindonissa, f, 

6 th ) : ADMINISTRATVRIBVS (sic) IT (sic = et) 

prebositis (sic = praepositis). 

ADMINISTRO, -ARE. « To superin- 
tend » , « manage * , « direct » . [Forms : 
administrabit (perf), VI 1747 (Rome, 

4 th ) ; ADMENESTRABVNT, ADMENESTr(eNt), 

III 459 (Amorgos. 4 th ); [a]dm[e]nestra- 
t[v]m, VIII 44 = 11058 (Insula Meninx); 
amminist[rantf.], VIII 2216 (Numidia, 
4 th ); adminst[...], VIII 21571 (Aquae 
Sirenses). — Abbrev. : adm., VI 29700-1 
(Rome); admin., Ill 10360 (ager Aquin- 
censis); administr., II 4248 (Tarraco)]. 
VI 313 (Rome, 3 d ): [sacrvm] ... ad- 
ministrandvm q_vodannis hic ad A[ram 
Maxim]am; VI 1747 (Rome, 4"'): [ad]mi- 

NISTRABIT (siC, pei'f.) ETIAM POST HAEC ... J 

VI 1769 (Rome, 342-6): statvam ex 

AERE PATRONO COLLOCATAM ADMINISTRAVIT; 

VI 29700 (Rome); cvra(m) q_vi adm(ini- 
stravervnt); VI 29701 (ibid.): cvr(am) 
q_vi) adm(inistravervnt); X 1824 (Pu- 
teoli): hic idem lvdos administravit so- 
lvs; X 1881 (ibid., 165): q_vod res ne- 

GOTIA Q_VE (sic) EORVM INTEGRE ADMINI- 

stret; X 3704 (Cumae) : honorem aedi- 
litat(is) lavdabiliter administravit; X 
4724 (ager Falernus, 357) : in Vrbe Sacra 
administrationem administravit ; X 6240 
(Fundi): q_vod cvram mvner(is) pvblici 
splendide administraverit ; XI 387 (Ari- 
minum): ob honorem ab eo integre et 
sine ambitione administratvm; XI 418 
(ibid.): q_vod in honore ii viratvs in- 

DVSTRIAE (SIC) ADMINISTRATO OMNIBVS PLE- 

bis desideriis satisfecit ; XI 5170 (Vet- 



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tona) ;[•••] in Vrbe Sacra administrans ; 
XI 5693 (Tuficum, 141): q_vod per gra- 

DVS MILITIAE SVAE TAM INDVSTRIAE (sic) SE 

(i.e. Tu /icenses = Civ itatem Tuficensium) 
administraverit; III 459 (Amorgos, 4 th ): 
oc (sic) mvnvs admenestrabvnt (sic) 

[c]VM ILLI Q_Vo[[s]lEGERE,ADMENESTr[eNt]; 

HI 44 = 11058 (Insula Meninx): o[b 

honorem] integre [a]dm|]e]nestrat[j\/]m ; 
Annee Epigr. 1903 p. 20 (Africa) : [inco]m- 

PARASILI IVSTITIA, i[nTEGRITa]]tE, BONITATE, 
CLEMENTIA [ RE ? ] ADMINISTRATA ; VIII 

'J 1570 (Ala Miliaria): sacerdotivm D(omi)- 
no administravit; VIII 21571 (Aquae 
Sirenses): sacerdotivm D(omi)no admin- 
st(ravit) (sic)', II 53 (Pax Iulia, 2 nd ): 

OB REM p(vBLICAm) BENE ADMINISTRATa(m); 

II 4248 (Tarraco): ob cvram tabvlari 

CENSVALIS FIDELITER ADMINISTr(aTAM). Esp. 

in pres. part, with name, (as cvrante, 
cvram agente), VI 1170 (Rome, 248), 
X 3792 (Capua, 387), III 9515 (Salonae, 
f, 425), 10360 (ager Aquincensis), VIII 
969 (Neapolis, 400), 1358 (Bisica, 408- 
21), 2216 (Numidia), 5341 (Calama, 5 th ), 
5358 (Calama, frgmt.), Dessau 5731 
(Africa, 5 th ): administrate (Mo); VIII 
962 (Mun. Aurelia Vina) : admini[stran]- 
tibvs (Mis); XII 3347 (Nemausus, 2 nd ): 

(Mis) ADMINISTRANTIBVS. 

ADMIRABILIS. « Admirable »,« won- 
derful ». VI 773 (Rome, 3' 1 ): Tiberino, 

PATRI AQJ/ARVM OMNIVM, ET REPERTORIBVS 
ADMIRABILIVM FABRICARVM J XI 831 (Mu- 

tina): admirabilia veteris probitatis exem- 
pla; VI 32051 (Rome, 4 th ): (Mi) admi- 
rabilis eloq_ventiae; XIII 2036 (Lugu- 
duuum) : (illius) sapientia omnibvs amicis 

ET PARENTI^b](vs) ADMIRABILIS FVIT J X 

1784 (Puteoli, 187): ob eximi[v]m pvdo- 

REM ET ADMIRABILEM CAS[tit]aTEM J XI 

3941 (Capeua): admirabili morvm sancti- 
tate feminae ; VI 32078 (Rome, 384): 
admirabili co[nivgi]; VI 36027 (Rome): 
conivgi admirabili. Note iiom. plur. neut. 
as subst. = « admirable qualities » , VI 
1527 (Laudatio Turiae, B. C.) d. 1. 30: 

[CONSPICVA ET ADMIRABI^LIA. 

ADMIRANDVS. Part, as adj. « Com- 
manding admiration » , « wonderful » . VI 
1713 (Rome, 4 th ) : fratri admirandae 
pietatis; Carm. Lat. 796 = Rossi 2 p. 171, 
28 (Rome?, f, ex codice) : virgvlta (i. c. 



stirpe) praecellebas admiranda valde ; 
X 6850 (Tarracina, 6 th ) : admirandam 
(sic, abl.) ... felic[ita]te; XI 6146 (Fo- 
rum Sempronii): ad • mirande (sic) sin- 
ceritatis m(atronae). 

ADMIRATIO. « Admiration ». VI 
10048 (Rome, 2 nd ) : omnivm admiratione 
notatvm est q_vod . . . vicit ; VI :i:;!>7<> 
(Rome, end l sl ): favorem ... in admira- 
tionem ingenio svo perdvxit ; V 3344 
(Verona, 371): totivs admirationis viro; 
III 258 (Ancyra): svpra omnivm admira- 
tion[em]. 

ADMIROR, -ARI. « To wonder » « be 
surprised ». VI 1527 (Rome, laudatio 
Turiae, B. C.) d. 1. 30: in te q_videm 

MINIME a[dMi]raNDA, CONLATA VIRTVTIBv[s 

tvis reliq_vis3; IV 2461 (Pompeii, graf- 
fito) '. AD • MIROR, PARIES, TE NON CECIDISE 

(sic) rvina; IV 1904 (ibid.): admiror. o 

PARIENS (SIC) TE NON CECIDISSE RVINIS, - IV 

2487 (ibid.): ad • miror te, paries, non 
c[e]cidisse; Hueb. Hisp. 379 (Bracara, f): 

TVA SIGNA SVEVVS ADMIRANS DIDICIT. 

ADMISCEO, -ERE. Part, admixtvs 
only in Chr. iuscrr. XII 2098 (Vienna, +) : 
coetibvs admixta fvtvra in [s]aecv[la 
Sanctis]; V 2 p. 704 2 (Ticinum, f, ex co- 
dice)'. ADMIXTVS GAVDET COETIBVS ANGE- 
LICA ; Rossi II p. 129 no. 13 1. 8 (Rome?, 
f, ex codice): ne lvpvs hostis oves car- 

PERET AMMIXTVS (sic). 

ADMISSIO. « Admission » to the sa- 
lutatio of the Imperial court. In titles 
of court-servants (liberti) charged with 
the admission of properly qualified per- 
sons. VI 8698 (Rome, 2° d ), 8699, 8700, 
8702 (Rome), 33762 (ibid., 1 st ) : ab ad- 
missione ; VI 4026 (ibid.) : [ab of]ficis 
et admiss[ione] ; XIV 3457 (Sublaqueum, 

2 1 "') : MAGISTRO AB ATMISSIONE (sic) J VI 

8701 (Rome, 2 nd ): prox(imvs) ab admis- 
sione; III 6107 (Athenae): adivt(or) ab 
admissions; VI 8931 (Rome, 2 nd ): no- 

MENCLATORI AB AMMISSIONE (sic). VI 

2169 (Rome, 1 st ): (Mi) ex prima admis- 
sions, i. e. of those who had the right 
to the first, i. e. most honorable, audience 
with the emperor. 

ADMISSVM. Part. neut. as subst. 
* Wrongdoing » , * crime ». Ill 12043 
(Lyttus, 4 th ) and V 2781 (Patavium, 4 th ): 
in admissi ipsivs exordio; VIII 2756 



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| Lambaesifi) : cvivs admissi vel Manes vel 

Dl CAELESTES ERVNT SCELERIS VINDICES. 

ADMITTO, -ERE. ■ To admit « , ■ per- 
mit», «Commit». [Form, AMMISSVS, 
IX 5860 (Auximum)]. (1) « To admit», 
> let in -. V 532 (Tergeste, 2 nd ): in 

CVRIAM NOSTRAM ADMIt[te]rENTVR, Jltld 

adm[it]]tendo ad honorvm commvnionem 
et vsvrpation[em3 Romanae CIVITATIS et 

OPTIMVM ET LOCVPLETEM Q_VEMQ_VE J III 

3989 (Siscia): vos itaq_(ve) inferi, ad 

Q_VOS ME PRAECIPITEM Dl SVPERI COEGERVNT, 
MINIMO CVJW TORMENTO ADIWITTITE ! IX 

5860 (Auximum): in hoc sarcophag[o 

CVm] AMMISSVS (SiC) FVERIT . . . CONIVX 

mevs; Ihm, Damasi Epigram. 95 (Rome f)* 

DVM LVCEM CVPIMVS TECTIS ADMITTERE, 

martyr. — (2) « To permit », « accept. » 
III 12043 (Lyttus, 4 th ) and V 2781 (Pa- 
taviurn, 4"') : placet avtem famosos li- 
bellos non ADMiTTi ; X 1783 (Puteoli): 
placet hvic ordini tam gratam volvn- 
tatemoptimi civis admitti; Wiener Jahres- 
hefte (1905) Beiblatt p. 75 (Ephesus, 4 th ) : 
[illv]]d q_voq_ve libenter admisimvs; 
Bull. Arch. Cr. (1894) p. 76 (Rome, f): 
patrias admittite preces!; V 7542 (Aquae 
Statiellae) : domina mandata poetae ad- 
mittet; X 7024 (Catina) : propitii velitis 
admittere iTA mecv[m]. — (3) « To per- 
mit (oneself) wrongdoing », «To com- 
mit a fault » . (Cf. ADMISSVM). VI 36537 
(Rome): siq_vis avtem sibi admiserit (sc. 
to desecrate the tomb), non bono svo 
fecerit; VI 26445 (Rome): q_vodsiq_vis 

ADMISERIT, INFERET AERARIO p(oPVLl) R(o- 

mani) hs. (tot); VIII 15868 (Sicca): [si 

AVTEM TALE Q_VID SIBl] ADMISERIT . . . ; VIII 

17639 (Vazaivi, frgmt.): ne posthac ad- 
mittant; Rev. Arch. (1903) p. 173 = 
Annee Epigr. (1903) p. 49 (Africa, 
186): [servi si...s]va SPONTE id AD- 

MISERINT. 

* ADMODERATOR. Sense uncertain ; 
a doubtful reading of Buecheler. VIII 
4681 (Madaura): patriae pivs admod(e- 
rator). 

ADMODVM. Adv. «Quite", «very». 
Ill p. 1930 {Edict. Dioclet., Lit rod.) II 
1. 18: rarvm admodvm est ; ib. II 1. 25: 
pavci atmodvm (sic) ; III 459(Amorgos, 

4 th ): NOBIS ... RECTVM ADMODVM VISVM 

est; V 532 (Tergeste, 2 mi ): q_vamvis ad- 



modvm ADVLESCENS and Q_VAMVIS ADMODVM 
1VVI.NIS. 

ADMONEO, -ERE. » To warn », «ad- 
vise », « urge ». [Form admoniat, 
Notiz. (1894) p. 21 = Dessau 0468 (Po- 
telia)]. VI 32326 (Rome, Coram. Lud. 
Saec, 204): cvm ... admon[eat] vos ce- 
lebritatis fest(a)e annvs ; ib. 32327 
(ibid.): lvdos saecvlares septimos cele- 

BRATVRI ADMONEMVS, QviRITES, . . . CONVE- 

niatis ; IX 2438 (Saepinum, 168): ad- 

MONEMVS ABSTINEAT1S INIVRIS (sic) FACIEN- 
DIS CONDVCTORIBVS GREGVM J IX 5420 

(Falerio. 82): principis epistvla q_va ad- 

MONVIT EOS VT OMNIA SVBSICIVA SVA COL- 

ligerent ; X 1401 (Hei'culaneum, 1 st ): 

IN FVTVRVM AVTEM ADMONENDOS CETEROS 

esse; X 7852 (Sardinia, 69): edicto ad- 
monere vt . . . ; III 13750 (Chersonesus 
Taurica, 2 nd ): admoneo caveatis; XIII 
10018 9 (Blanckenheim, a vase): admonet 
svmmvs vt bibas ; Notiz. (1894) p. 21 = 
Dessau 6468 (Petelia) : eis q_voq_ve . . . 
admoniat (tie); VI 1783 (Rome, 431): 

NE QJVID ... ADMONITI POTIVS Q_VAM SPON- 
TE fecisse videamvr; Le Blant 678 £ = 
Kraus 294 (Col. Agrippinensis, f): di- 

VINIS FLAMMEIS VISIONIb(vs) FREQ_VENTER 

admonit(vs); VI 533 (Rome): somnio 
admonitvs; VIII 8201 (Milev) : somno 
admonita; Dessau 4444 d (Tunes): viso 
admonitvs; VIII 16366 (Aubuzza) : viso 
alt[eri]vs admon[itvs] ; VIII 20151 
(Cuicul): VISO ADMONITI. 

ADMONITIO. « Warning ». VI 2138 
(Rome): (virgo Vestalis) divinis eivs ad- 
monitionibvs semper provecta; IX 5420 
(Falerio, 82): tam salvbri admonitioni. 

ADMOVEO, -ERE. « To move to », 
• bring to ». VIII 4635 = 16810 (Na- 
raggara, 3 d ): forsitan et svperis ammos- 

SENT (Sic) SAECVLA [lETVm]|, NI TV PER 

teneras discrimen poneres av[ras] ; V 2 
p. 623 14 (Mediolanium, f ) : tva plebs 
lvstrali admota sacello. 

ADNECTO, -ERE. « To connect ». 
Ill 7000 (Orcistus, 331): vt eos (sc. 
carsus aquae) Nacolenses si[bi a]dnecti 
ante id temporis postvlarent. 

ADNEPOS. « Great- great- great- 
grandson », [abaepolis (q. v.) films']. Very 
freq. in inscrr. in the official genealogical 
« name » of certain emperors, esp. Septi- 



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mius Severus and Caracalla. — Like 
ATAVVS of remote ancestry, ADNEPOS 
is often usedgenerically of remote descent. 
[Form, ADNIPOTIS by a slip, VIII SQb 
(Prow Bvzac). — Abbrew, adnep. passim ; 
adnepot"., VIII 5934 (Numidia, 215), 
7973 (Rusicade, 215); adne., IX 1540 
(Beneventum) ; adn., VIII 2550 (Oastra 
Lambaes., 198). — Note division, ad • ne„ 
IX 1540 (Beneventum); ad • nep., VIII 
76 (Biniaua, 2 nd )]. 

(A) Of a private person. IX 1540 
(Beneventum): L. Sontivs Pineivs Ivsti\- 

NVS EQ_(VITIS) R(OMANl) AD ■ Ne(pOS) [sic). 

(B) Of M. Aurelius as Nervae a.. VI 
2093 (Rome, 169-177), with omission of 
grade of abnepos. [Cf. VI 1009, II 3234]. 

(C) Of Commodus as Nervae a. [He 
is Divi M. Antonini fit., Divi Pii nepos, 
Divi Hadriani pronepos, Divi Traiani 
abnepos, Divi Nervae ad nepos']. Freq. 
Exx.: VI 992 (Rome, 192), 1023, 1024 
(ib. 177), 2100 (ib. 186); V 4318(Brixia, 
189); III 453 = 6985 (Mvtilene. or Ama- 
stris); VIII 76 (Biniaua), 99 (Capsa); 

II 1725 (Gades, 182). [Cf. VI 2099 
(Rome, 183)]. 

(D) Of Septimius Severus as Nervae a. 
[He is Divi M. Antonini Pii filius* Divi 
Commodi frater, Divi Antonini Pii nepos, 
Divi Hadriani pronepos, Divi Traiani 
abnepos, Divi Nervae adnepos]. Passim 
in inscrr. Exx. : (a) simply, as Divi Nervae 
a., VI 1031 (Rome, 202), 1259 (ib. 201); 
XIV 112-114 (Ostia, 196), 3450 (Treba 
Augusta, 196); X 3834 (Capua, 196), 
5825 (Ferentinum, 198-201), 5909 (Ana- 
gnia, 207), 6079 (Formiae, 197), 7271, 
7274 (Panhormus), 7343 (Thermae Hi- 
raeraeae. 197); III 1308 (Ampelum, 200), 
1685 (Ulpiana, 202-209), 3664 (Crume- 
rum, 198), 3745 (Aquincum, 198); IIP 
p. 890 (Mantua, 208); VIII 80 (Prow 
Byzacena), 777 (Apisa Mains, 196-201), 
2550 (Castra Lambaes.. 198), 5699 (Signs, 
197), 6048 (Numidia, 197), 6306 (Pima, 
205), 6340 (ib. 201), 6702 (Tiddis, 197), 
6703 (Tiddis), 6969 (Cirta, 204), 6996 
(ib. 210); II 4655 (Lusitania, 200). — 
(b) as Divi Traiani Parthici et Divi 
Nervae a., IX 4959 (Cures. 211-212); 

III 1377 (Veczel), 5808 (Aug. Vindeli- 
cum). [N. b. For inscrr. of Severus in 



which abnepos is substituted for adnepos, 
cf. s. v. abnepos above, p. 40]. 

(E) Of Caracalla. as Divi Traiani {Par- 
thici) et Divi Nervae a. [He is Imp. 
Caes. L. Sept. Severi films, Divi 31. 
Antonini nepos, Divi Antonini Pii pro- 
nepos, Divi Hadriani abnepos, Divi Tra- 
in di et Divi Nervae adnepos]. Very freq. 
everywhere. Exx.: VI 1030 (Rome/ 201), 
1031 (ib. 202), 1053 (ib. 199); 1259 
(ib. 201); X 7276 (Panhormus, 198), 
5052 (Atina, 200), 5909 (Anagnia, 207); 
V 28 (Pola, 213); IIP p. 890 (Mantua, 
208), ib. p. 891 (Faventia, 216) ; III 3745 
(Aquincum, 198); VIII 80 (Prow Byza- 
cena), 966 (Civ. Siagitana, 215), 1217 
(Vaga, 209), 1404 (Thignica), 2194 (Mun. 
Tiufadi), 5700 (Sigus), 5934 (Saddar, 
215), 6303 (Numidia, 213), 6306 (Phua, 
205), 6307 (Numidia, 200), 6341 (Uzelis, 
212), 6969 (Cirta, 204), 6996 (Cirta, 
210), 7001 (Cirta), 7973 (Rusicade, 215); 
II 1532 (Ulia, 212), 1671 (Tucci, 212), 
3707 (Mago, 214), 4689, 4727 (Baetica, 
214?), 4740, 4753, 4801, 4837, 4842, 
4872, 6218 (Tarraconensis. 214), VII 310 
(Whitley Castle, 213-217). Note pecu- 
liarities': II 4889 (Clunia. 217): divi 
Anton(ini) Parth(ici) et Divi Ner(vae) 
adnep(os); VIII 10359 = 22403 (Sitifis, 
215): Divi Had(riani) adnep(os), Divi 
Trai(ani) Part(hici) et Divi Ner(vae) 
abnep(os). 

(F) Of Geta, as Divi Traiani et Divi 
Nervae a., VIII 6996 (Cirta, 210). 

ADNITOR, -I. (ANNITOR). Only in 
part. [The inscrr. show a confusion of 
adnixvs with adnexvs], (1) « To strive 
with", « aid with». XII k 1524 (ager 
Vocontiorum, 5 th ): adnitente etjam (Mo). 
— (2) * Relying, depending on » , « close- 
ly bound with». Rossi II p. 310 = 
Le Blant 24 = Carm. Lat. 1381 (Lugu- 
duniim, 6 th ): pignoris annixvs (sic) la- 
ceri (b. latiri) hac sorte sv'prema san- 

gvine, q_vos vita.w svmere ivssit amor. 

(3) As adj. = > sincere », XII 944 (Are- 
late, f): adnixis precibvs D(omi)no. 

ADNOTATIO. «Annotation», «ob- 
servation », « opinion », especially of em- 
peror or other authority, given to a pe- 
tition. [Such an adnotatio was written 
in the margin, or elsewhere]. Ill 7000 



110 



ADNO 



ADOP 



(Oroistus, 1 th ): o_yi cvm prakcarentvr 

[SIC) Vr SIBI IVS ANTIQ_VVM NOMl-.NQ_VE 
CIVITATIS CONCEDEKhT NOSTRA CLEMEN ri\, 

m(.vti adno[t]aiioni[s] no[st|rae [sv- 
biecta] cvm precibvs exem[p]la [t]estan- 
tvr, hvivs modi senthntiam dedimvs ; iii 
12184 (Tlos, 4 th ): [vt si q_vis deince]ps 

PARI CASV FISCI NOSTRI RATIONIBVS ADNO- 

tationes s[vppeditet]; IX 2826 (Buca, 
4 th ) : diplomatis adnotationem exhi- 
ben[tis]. 

ADNOTO, -ARE. See ANNOTO. 

ADNVMERO, -ARE. « To count out » , 
- pay out». VIII 2554 (Castra Lam- 
baesitana): q_vae anvlaria sva die q_vae- 

STOR SINE D1LATIONE ADNVMERARE CVRABIT. 

ADNVO, -ERE. (ANNVO). ■ To give 
absent, to », « concede », « grant ». Ill 
6868 (Tymandus, 4"'): isdem maxime pol- 

LICENTIBVS ... CRED1DIMVS ADNVENDVM ; 

XIII 3162. 3. 32 (Viducasses): si de[si]- 
d[e]rio illivs adnveris; XIII 239(3 (Lu- 
gudunum, f, 6 th ): annve (sic) precibvs 

NOSTRIS INVOCATVSQ_VE MEMENTO ; Car 111. 

Lat. 1841 = Dessau 3228 (Aquileia): 

VTRAQJVe) RES VOTIS ANNVAT (sic) ISTA 

meis; VI 8857 (Rome) = Bull. Arch. Cr. 
(1873) p. 94 (Tusculum, f): Deo an- 
noente (sic). 

ADOLEFACIO. -ERE. « To set tire 
to », ■ burn «. VI 2107 (Rome, Arval, 
224): earvmq_(ve) arborvm adolefacta- 
rvm et coinq_vendarvm . . . cavsa. [Cf. 
below s. v. ADOLEO]. 

ADOLENDA. The goddess presiding 
over the burning of trees in the Arval 
ritual. [Cf. Coinq_venda, Commolenda, 
Defervnda]. VI 2099 II (Rome, Arval, 
183) 1.5: item Adolendae, Conmolan- 
dae, Defervndae, oves ii ; I. 13 : Ado- 
lendae. COMMOLENDAE, DEFERVNDAE OVES 

ii : VI 2107 (ibid.. 224): item Adolen- 
d(ae), Coinq_(vendae), ov(es) ii. [Cf. 
Heuzen, Acta Fr. Arv. p. 147]. 

ADOLEO, -ERE. « To burn (in sa- 
crifice) », u Sacrifice as burnt ottering ». 
VI 2107 (Rome, Arval, 224): arbor(vm), 
ervendar(vm) , ferr(o) fendendar(vm), 
adolendar(vm ), commolendar(vm) etc.; XI 
1420 (Pisae, 1 st ) : eaeq_ve hostiae eo 

LOCO ADOLEANTVR. 

ADOLESCENS. ADOLISCENS. See 
ADVLESCENS. 



ADOLESCO, -ERE. ■ To ripen », «to 
grow», (of age). Ill 8387 (Interoisa) : 

ter [q_]vindec[iw] annos, ncn plvs, 

ADOLEVERAT AETAS ; XIII 6808 (Mogllll- 

tiacum, 2"' 1 ); vt primvm adolevit pollens 
viribvs; Le Blant 333 (Suessiones, 6 th ): 

Q_VEM I'ATRIS El PATRIAE DVM bl'ES ADO- 
LESCERET AMPLA, ACCELERANTE DIE SORS 
INIMICA TVLIT. 

ADON. Sec ADONIS. 

ADONAEA. Subst. plur. [Cf. the 
following]. = 'AdwruTa. A name given 
to a park surrounded by a porlicus in 
Rome, as shown in a fragmt. of the For- 
ma Urbis Romae (3 d century), VI 298 I !. 
27 a. [Site uncertain], 

ADONAEVS = 'Adtovetog. « Of Ado- 
nis >, q. v. VI 21521 (Rome, 1 st ) 1. 32: 

LAETVS ADONEIS (sic) LVSIBVS INSERERIS. 

The Adon(a)ei lusus were oriental dan- 
ces. 

ADONAI. (Hebrew). A mystic name 
of God. [Cf. ADONIS]. In Greek let- 
ters on a gnostic gem. Ill 14339 (Dal- 
matia): Iao, Ailoe, Adone (sic). 

ADONIS. (ADON). (1) Properly, the 
son of Cinyras and Smyrna, beloved by 
Venus; worshiped as a god. VIII 1211 
(Phisita?): (ille) sacerdos Adonis. [Cf. 
ADONIVS]. (2) By confusion with 
Adonai q. v., as mystic name of God, 
on a gnostic gem. III 10188 29 (Dalmatia): 
Iao, Adonis, Abraxas. 

ADONIVS. = 'Adcoviog, a by-form of 
Adonis q. v. as a diviDity. Ill 10392 
(Aquincum) dedicated Adonio. 

ADOPERTVS. Part, as adj. « Covered » . 
VI 2938 (Rome): cinis hic adoperta 
q_viescit; Rossi lip. 139 no. 30 (Rome, -{-): 

MEMBRA SVB EGREGIA SVNT ADOPERTA DOMO. 

ADOPTATICIVS. «Adopted». [Cf. 
ADOPTIVVS]. VI 23673 (Rome): filio 
adoptaticio; VI 33981 (Rome, 1 st ): filia 
atoptaticia (sic). 

ADOPTIO. (1) Lit., of change in fa- 
mily-relationship. XIV 3579 (Tibur, 2 nfl ) : 
(Matidiam Aug its tarn) adoptions in con- 
sobrinae [locvm constitvtam]. — (2) 
» Election » into an association. (Cf. 
Cooptatio). VI 2041 (Rome, Arval, 
58-59) 1. 58: ob adoptionem Neronis 
Clavdi Caesaris: \'I 2051 (ibid., 69): 
adoptio facta L. Li[ciniani]. [Note XI 



ADOP 



ADPE 



111 



76 (Raverma) : vet(eranvs) ex adoptione, 
by mistake for ex options]. 

ADOPTIVVS. «Adoptive", «adopted». 
[Form nom. adoptivos, XIII 415 (Tar- 
belli), 3632 (ager Tuugrorum). Abbrev., 
adop., VI 3450 (Rome)]. XIII 415 
(Tarbelli) : pater adoptivos (sic) ; V 6012 
(Mediolaniutn) : [pat]ri adopti[vo]; VI 
3450 (Rome): adop(tivvs) filivs; XIII 
3632 (ager Tungrorum) : fil(ivs) adopti- 
vos (sic). - — Sometimes the adj. passes 
into subst.: adoptivvs = « adopted son », 
III 1181 (Apulum): (illi) adoptivo (il- 
lius) ; Bull. Arch. Cr. (1864) p. 66 (Rome, 

10 th ): HVNC SIBI FECIT ADOPTIVv(m) ; ADO- 

ptiva = « adopted daughter », III 1182 
(Apulum) : (illi) adoptivae (illi us). 

ADOPTO, -ARE. (1) Lit. > to adopt. ■ 
VI 33513 (Rome) : (Me) q_vem sibi (Me) 
adoptarat (sic) ; XIII 2036 (Lugudu- 
num): q_vi evm sibi filivm adoptaverat. — 
(2) « To elect » . [Gf. COOPTO]. II 
5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 44 B. C.) cap. 97: 
q_vo q_vis colon(is) colon(iae) patronvs 
sit atoptetvrve (sic) ; ib. cap. 130 : o_yo 
q_vis senator senatorisve f(ilivs) p(o- 
pvli) R(omANi) c(oloniae) G(enetivae) 

PATRONVS ATOPTETVR (sic), SVMATVR, FIAT ; 

XI 4815 (Spoletium): hvnc ob merita 

EIVS ERGA REM PVBLICAM ORDO DECVRIONVM 
PATRONVM MVNICIPI ADOPTAVIT. 

[* ADORNAMENTVM. ■ Adornment ■ , 
« decoration ». XI 4123 (Narnia, 56) 
frgmt. [. . .] cvm adorn[amentis] should 
better be read [porti]cvm adornave- 
rvnt] ]. 

ADORNO, -ARE. ■ To adorn », «de- 
corate ». [Abbrev., adornaver., XI 4206 
(Interamna)]. VI 215 (Rome): aed[icv- 
l]am de svo marmore adornavervnt ; VI 
1179 (ib., 4 th ): colymbvm . . . cvm omni 
cvltv ador[navit] ; VI 1682 (ibid.): 

RESTAVRARI ADQ_VE (SIC) ADORNARI ; VI 

8498 (Rome, 217); sarcophagvm de svo 
adornavervnt ; VI 10237 (Rome) : ea 

LOCA ... EX PECVNIA PVBLICA ADORNAVE- 
RVNT ; VI 10302 (Rome, 1 st ): zothecam ... 

SVA PECVNIA ADORNAVIT ; XIV [937 (Osthl, 

f, 4 th -5 th ): tvm[vl]vm ado[rnavit] ; XI 
4123 (Narnia): [portiQcvm adornave- 
rvnt]; XI 4206 (Interamna): opvs thea- 
tri . . . adornaver(vnt) ; V 6967 (Taurini): 

[_. . . MARM0]rIBVS ET STATVIS ADORNAVIT ; 



P p. 269 (Fasti Polemii Silvii, 5 th ) : fa- 

MVLAE DOMINARVM VESTIBVS ADORNATAE ; 

XII 674 (Arelate, f ) : cvivs insignem 

GLORIAM CIVES SVI SEPVLCRI GRATIA ADORNA- 
VERVNT J Carm. Lat. 1829 (Hadrumetum): 

PRO MERITIS PEREGRINVS CARMINE FRATER 

adornat; Ihm, Damasi Epigram. 7 (Rome, 

4 th ) : COMPOSVIT TVMVLVM SaNCTORVM LI- 

mina adornans. [Al. adorans\\ XII 944 
(Arelate, \) : nvnc et in aeterno Hila- 
rianvm semper adorna!; XIII 3256 (Re- 
mi) = Le Blant 242 (Treviri) = Le Blant 
355 (Remi) = Kraus 77 (Treviri): cor- 
poris hospitivm sanctvs metator ador- 
nat. Add. frgmt., VI 4712 (Rome, 1 st ): 
ADORNAVIT \ XIV 4014 (Ficulea) : [a]dor- 
nata^m]. 

ADORO, -ARE. «To adore», «wor- 
ship ». VI 15696 (Rome) : [l]avdes tvas 

INTER HOMINES NOMINANDO, INTER DEOS 

ado[rando]; V 6876 (Alpis Poenina) : 
nvmen adoro TWM ; V 5119 (Bergoinum): 

PRO BENE ADORATO NVMINE ; X 7566 (Ca- 

rales) : templvm q_vod saepe, viator, ado- 
ras; III 79 (Pselcis, 109): deo mag no 

MERCVRIO. ADORAVIT VE • XILLVS (sic) LE- 

g(ionis) ii Traian(a)e Fortis; XIV 3608 
(Tibur, 1 st ): signa Romana adoratvros; 
VIII 2005 (Theveste): d[ig]na coniv[n]x, 
t[e] adoro ; Le Blant N. R. 248 (Aqui- 
tania, -J-) : q_vi non hic amat adorare 
Dominvm; Rossi II p. 149, 16 (ex codice): 
Christvm pronvs adorans. 

ADPARATORIVM. See APPARATO- 
R1VM. 

ADPARATVS. See APPARATVS. 

ADPARITOR. See APPARITQR. 

ADPARO, -ARE. (APPARO). « To 
prepare ». XIV 857 (Ostia): adparavi 
vivvs mihi (sc. sepulcrum); VI 36653 
(Rome) : apparabant escam. 

ADPELLO, -ARE. See APPELLO. 

ADPENDO, -ERE. (APPENDO). (1) 
« To hang to ». V 2 p. 622 13 (Mediola- 
nium, f ) : CLAM RAPTVM APPENSVMQ_(ve) 
MOLAE PROIECIT IN VNDAS. (2) « To Weigh » , 

« weigh out» VI 1784 (Rome): libras 
adpendat; VI 1770 (Rome, 4 th ); adpenso 
pecore, and q_vantvm caro occisi pecoris 

ADPENDAT, ET EMPTOR NORIT ET VENDITOR. 

ADPERTINEO, -ERE. « To belong 
to », « appertain to ». Bull. Epigr. (1884) 
vol. IV p. 258 (Eboracum), corrected Eph. 



11: 



adim; 



AIM1U 



Kpigr. VII 928: et donvm hoc do; nv- 
m(ini) adpertinbat; XIII Jn-j:; (Lugadu- 
1111111): negotiatori artis prossariae ad 

PERTINENTIS (s/r\. i I' HONORATO CORPOr(i) 
VTRICI.ARIORVM. 

* ADPET1TIO. - PetitiOD -. VI 17 1!' 

(Rome, 1-1): ADPETITIONE SENATV5 AM- 

plissimi popvliq_(ve) Romani. [May well 

bo for AD l'EIiriONE(iV\)~J. 

ADPETO, -ERE. (AI'PETO. APPETO). 
■ To seek - , « strive for ». VI 1736 
(Rome, 4 th ): vt nvnc a competitoribvs 

ADPETATVR ; VI 17('!> (lb.): HOMlNVMQ_VE 

votis adi'etita g^vdia ; VI 32326 (Koine, 
Comm. Lad. Saec, 204) frgmt. : adpe- 
tere; Notiz. (1889) p. 228 (Puteoli): 
{tile) q_ven\ di appetivervnt ; III 0979 
(Siuope, 4 th ): [. ..] hosti[l]it[e]r adpe- 
t.to [...]; VIII 10749 (Tinfadi): ipsis 

ATPETENTIBVS (sic). 

ADPLICO, -ARE. (ATPLICO, APPLI- 
CO). « To join to » , « attach to » , « fur- 
nish » — «to build nest to ». VI 33840 
(Rome, 2 nd ): exemplvm libelli dati nobis 

A (Hlo) COLONO LITTERIS NOSTRI5 ADPLl- 

cvimvs; VI 19710 (Rome): [t]abvla ad- 
plicita : VT 32328 (Rome, Comm. Lud. 
Saec, 204) frgmt.: applicasset; X 2503 
(Puteoli): septem mensibvs atplicitis (sic); 
V 2 p. 621 9 (Mediolanium, f) : per comptos 

ARTVS, PER SEDAM (SIC) DENIQ_VE JVVVLTIS 
HAVD VALVISSE IVGIS APPLICITIS VEHERE ; III 

14165 s (Berytus): inprimi charactere re- 

GVLAS FERREAS ET ADPLICAR1 PROSECVTORES 

ex officio tvo ivbeas. — Esp. of build- 
ings, VI 10848 (Rome): q_vitq_vit (sic) 

HVIC MONVMENTO ATPLICITVM (sic), INSTRV- 
CTVM, AEDIFICATVM EST, ET SI Q_VA MACERIA 
SECVNDVM SE I • BI (sic = ibi) APPLICITA 

est; VI 10233 (Rome, 211): hoc sca- 

LARE ADPLICITVM HVIC SEPVLCHRO ; VI 8507 

(Rome): aedificivm adplic(itvm); Le Blant 
54 (=Sidon. Apoll., Epist. II 1): hvic 
est porticvs applicata triplex; VI 4410 
(Rome, 1 st ): hvic monvmento vstrinvwv 
adplicari non licet; VI 29900-29902 
(Rome): ad hoc monvmentvm vstrinvm 
applicari non licet; VI 16746 (Rome): 
at (sic) hoc m(onvmentvm) v(strinvm) 
a(pplicari) n(on) l(icet). 

ADPONO, -ERE. (APPONO). « To 
place beside, or before ». [Cf. below, 
ADPOSITVS]. IV 1896 (Pompeii, graf- 



fito): VBI perna cocta est, si convivae 
apponitvr, ...; VIII 20277 (Satalis) : 

LAPIDHAM PLaCVIT NOBIS ATPONERE (sic) 
MENSAM. 

ADPORTO, -ARE. u To carry to », 
« carry ». X 4842 (Venafmm): advehere, 

ADFERRE, ADPORTARE J XIII 5383 (VeSOn- 
tio): E l.ONGINQ_VO ADPORTATAE ET CONDI- 

tae (mulieri); V 2 p. 622' * (Mediolanium,-!-), 
Nazarivm adportans alio, Celsvmq_(ve) 
relinq_vens. 

ADPOSITVS. Part, as adj., ■ appo- 
site «, «suitable». VI 1698 (Rome, 

377): STATVAM ... CONSTITVI, ADPOSITA 
ORATIONE, IVSSERVNT. 

ADPREHENDO, -ERE. « To seize », 
«catch». VIII 8924 (Saldae): rebelles 

CAESOS, MVLTOS ETIA1W ET VIVOS ADPREHEN- 

sos; VIII 10570 (Saltus Buriinitanus, 

2 llfi ) : ali^os nos~Jtrvm ADPREHENDI ET 

VEXARI, ALI^OS VINC]lRI. 

ADPROBO, -ARE. « To approve ». 
XIII 1668 (Ara Romae et Augusti, speech 
of Claudius) II 1. 6: cvm hanc partem 

CENSVRAE MEAE ADPROBAR.E COEPERO ; III 

184 (Baetocaece, 3' 1 ): regvm antiq_va be- 
neficia consvetvdine {e)tiam insecvti 
temporis adprobata; VI 1721 (Rome, 
4 th ): adprobante amplissimo senatv; Rev. 
Arch. (1900) p. 347 no. 33 = Annee 
Epigr. 1900 p. 14 (Larabaesis, 2 nd ): ad- 
prob(ante) [exe]rcitv. 

ADQVE. See ATQVE. 

ADQVIESCO, -ERE (ATQVI-.SCO, 
ACQV1ESCO). « To rest », « repose », 
in death. [Forms: atq_viescit, VI 1941 7 
(Rome); atq_viescant. VI 25022 (ibid.); 
acq_viescit, VI 22735 (ibid.); adq_vies- 
q_vit, X 2354 (Puteoli). — Abbrev., adq_-, 
XI 1436, 1444, 1474, 1478 (Pisae), XIII 
1914 (Luj,udunum) ; ad • q_v. (sic), XI 
1475 (Pisae) ; atq_viesc, VI 19417 
(Rome)]. 

IX 3895 (Lucus): (locus) vbe (sic) ossa 
nostra adq_viescerent; VI 25022 (Rome): 
ossa bene atq_viescant! (sic); VI 24227 
(Rome): ossa tva bene adq_viescant!; 
VIII 9350 (Caesarea): ossa tibi bene ad- 
q_viescant!; VI 6015, 6250, 27728 
(Rome): bene adq_viescas! ; VI 25538 
(Rome): bene adqviescit; V 61 (Pola) 
frgmt.: libenter adq_vies[. . .]; VI 7398 
(Rome, 1 st ): hic sitvs adq_viescit; VI 



ADQU 



ADSC 



113 



22735, 25580, 35591 (Rome), IX 5331 
(Cupra Maritima), XI 1436, 1444, 1474. 
1475, 1478 (Pisae), V 7386 (Dertonai. 
4063 (Mantua): X 2354 (Puteoli), XII 
855 a (Arelate), 3325 (Nemausns), XIII 
1820(Luguduuum, 1 st ), 1914. 2059, 2177, 
2178 (Lugiidunum), 5384 (Vesontio): hic 
adqjviescit; V 7392 (Dertona) : hic ad- 
clviescvnt ; VI 19417 (Rome): (ille) 
atq_viesc(it) (sic). 

ADQVIRO, -ERE. (ATQVIRO, AC- 
QVIRO). « To acquire », «gain-. VI 
1527 (Rome, laudatio Turiae, B. C.) : 

NEQ_VE ENIM ERAT TIBI ADQ_VIRENDI CVRA, 
Q_VOD TOTVM MIHI TRADID1STI ; VI 1872 

(Rome, 206): praesertim cvm navigatio 

SCAPHARVM DILIGENTIA EIVS ADQ_VISITA ET 

confirmata sit; XIV 2101 (LaQiivium, 

2 nd ): EX Q_VANTITATIBVS Q_VAE ... ADQ_VI- 

sitae svnt; VI 15106 (Rome): cvivs be- 

NEFICIO FIDe(m) ET OPINIONe(m) MIHI AD- 

q_visivi; VI 10276 (Rome): cvbicvlvm 

MEMORIAE ATQJ/AESIERVNT (sic) ', VI 1245 

(Rome. 212-213): adq_visito etiam fonte 
novo; VI 839 (Rome, 3' 1 ): locvm scho- 
l(a)e ipse acqj/esivit (sic); VI 32808 
(Rome, 2 nd ): vt sibi castris honorem 
atq_vireret (sic) ipse; VI 10230 (Rome, 
laudatio Murdiae, 1 st ) 1. 21: q_via ad- 

Q_VIRERE NOVAS LAVDES MVLIERI SIT ARDVOM 

(sic): X 1401 (Herculaneum, 1 st ): vt 

DIRVENDO PLVS ADQJVTRERET Q_VAM Q_VANTI 

emisset; X 3310, 3311 (Puteoli): basi- 
lica HAEC A PARENTIBVS ADQ_VISITa; XI 

6286 (Fanum Fortunae) : per q_vem ad- 
q_visivi ; XI 3298 (Aquae Apollinares) 
frgmt. : adqjvisivit; Rev. Arch. (1905) 
p. 473 (Malaca) : aeternam adq_viri [lav- 

DEM SIBI VALLIVS OPTANS??]. 

ADQS. = ? (Abbrev.) VIII 2568 (Ca- 
stra Lambaes.): (ille) adqs. 

ADQ VISITOR, as name of race-horse. 
Annee Epigr. (1903) p. 29 (Hadrumetum): 
Macedone(m), Atqvesitore(m) (sic, ace. 
for nom.) cadant. 

ADRAMYTTENVS. « Of Adramyt- 
teum ", a town on the coast of Mvsia, near 
the foot of Mount Ida. IX 6158 ( I'aren- 
tum): op[. .?]Camax Adramy[t]eno. (sic). 

ADRASTIA [= 'A doaaxHa ?]. Perhaps 
as name of Nemesis. Ill 944 (Dacia) : 
in h(onorem) d(omvs) d(ivinae), Adra- 
stiae, colleg(ivm) vtriclariorvm. 

Thes. linguae lot. epigr. 



ADREMEO, -ARE. (AD f REMEO). ■ To 
come back » . Hiibn. Hisp. 385 = Rossi 
II p. 295 (Asturia, 8 th ): et denvo tenves 
ivbes adremeare fabillas (sic). 

ADRIMETVM. See HADRVMETVM. 

ADRIPIO, -ERE. (ARRIPIO). * To 
seize », « grasp ». VI 33929 (Rome): 

Q_VI, S1VDENS LITTERAS GRAECAS, NON MON- 
STRATAS SIBI LATINAS ADRIPVIT. ET IN TRI- 
DVO EREPTVS EST REBVS HVMANIS. VIII 

10832 (Tipasa): q_vi vi annorvm arri- 
p[i]ebatvr. [Here =- « was carried off», 
with confusion with abripio, q. v.]. 

ADROGO, -ARE. « To elect » , ■ ad- 
mit », to an organization. [Cf. ADOPTO, 
COOPTO]. V 61 (Pola): [vt in col- 
legiv]m n(ostrvm) adrogaretvr. 

ADRVMETVM. See HADRVMETVM. 

ADRVSIACVS FVNDVS, name of an 
estate near Veleia. XI 1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ): 
fvnd(vm) Valerianvm Tovianas Adrvsia- 
cvm lvcillianvm. 

ADSALLVTA. Apparently the ancient 
name of the river of Noricum (now call- 
ed Saan), which flowed into the Savus; 
and hence of the divinity of the river: 
Adsalluta Augusta. [Cf. SAWS]. De- 
dications from the neighborhood of Ce- 
leia, III 5134: [savo et] Ads(allvtae) 
v. s. l. m. (ille); 5135: Adsallvtae Av- 
g[vstae) sacr(vm) ; 5136 : Adsallvte (sic) 
Avg(vstae) sac(rvm) ; 5138 : Savo et Ad- 
sallvtae sacr(vm); 11680: Savo et Ads(al- 
lvtae) v(otvm) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito); 
11684: Adsallvt(ae) et Savo Avg(vstis) 
sac(rvm); 11685: Adsalvte (sic) Av- 
g(vstae). 

ADSCENDO. -ERE. (ASCENDO). ■ To 
ascend». [Cf. ESCENDO, SCANDO]. 
[Forms : both adscendo and ascendo in 
common use; pres. part, adscendes, X 
5020 (Venafrum); adscindens, Carm. Lat. 
149 (Nemausus). — Abbrev. ascend., VIII 
4440 = 18587 (Lamasba, 3 1 ')]. 

(1) Of place, literally. « To ascend », 
« mount », « go up on ». VI 2067 
(Rome, Arval, 90) 1. 53: svper carceres 
adscendit; VI 2075 (ibid., 105) 1. 12: 
lvcvm Deae Diae svmmoto ascendervnt : 
2078 = 32374 (ibid., 118) 1. 8: [svpra] 
carcer[es asce]ndit; VI 2079 (ibid., 119) 
1. 7: lvcvm Deae Diae svmmoto ascen- 
dervn[t]; VI 2080 (ibid., 120) 1. 38: 



Ill 



ADSC 



ADSK 



lvcvm Deae Diae svmmoto adscen[de- 
rvni I; VI 2086 (ibid., 155) 1. I 1 : | svp]ra 
carceres ascendit ; VI 2095 (ibid., after 
169) 1. 4: lvcvm Deab Diae svbmoto 
ascendervnt; VI 2<K>i» (ibid., L83) II 
1. 25 : lvcvm Deae Diae svmmoto ascen- 
ded vnt; VI 21ol (ibid., -J is) 1. 23: lv- 
cvm ADSCENDERVNT ; VI 32327 ( RoilH' 

Coram. Lvd. Sure. 204) : vbi cv[m a]d- 
scendissen[t] (sc. in tribunal) ; VI 3232'.» 
(ibid.) frgmt. : adscenderv[nt]; III 507 
(Delphi): fines opservari (sic) [p]l[ a ]~ 

CET ITA VT AD[s]CENDENT[lBVS DEXTRA An- 

ticyr]ensivm, laeva sacra regionis Del- 
i'iiorvm sint; VIII 4440 = 18587 (La- 
masba, 3 d ): cryo Clavdiana (sc. aqua) 
ascend(it). — Figuratively, of rank, 
Carm. Lat. 700 (Rome, f): per gradvs 
ascendi. vsqj/e hoc presbiter veni. 

(2) Of time, in the expression annum 
(with numeral) asoendens, « passing 
throDgh the- th year -. VI 30118 (Rome): 

IN X (SC. annum) ASCENDENS ANIMa(m) DE- 

posvi meam ; X 5020 (Venafrum) : in sexto 

ET DECEM (SIC) ASCENDES (sic) DEPOSVI 

hanc anima(m); III 3989 (Siscia): in xxx 

ET Vill ASCENDENS ANIMAM DEPOSVI MEAM ; 

Carm. Lat. 149 (Nemausus) : [in q_vint]o 

ADSCINDENS (sic) ANIMa[m DEPOSVI MEAM J. 

ADSCENSIO. ADSCENSVS. See A- 
SCENSIO. ASCENSVS. 

[ADSC1NDO. See above. ADSCEN- 
DO, at end]. 

ADSCISCO. -ERE. (1) ■ To admit » 
to an association; « to appoint » to a 
position. VI 10294 (Rome, A. D. 5): so- 
civm ... adsciver(vnt) ; V 3117 (Vi- 
cetia, 48): (Mi) adscito in nvmervm 
Saliorvm (cf. ibid, adlecto in senaium, 
inter tribunicios relato); VIII 20682 
(Saldae, 152): in civivm nvmervm ... 
adsciti svnt; VI 10333 (Rome): decv- 

r(iO) ORDINE (sic) ADSCITVS. 

(2) In Chr. inscrr., « to win », «to 
win overs, «convert». Ill 9506 (Sa- 
lonae. 375): martiribvs adscita clvet; 
V s p. 622 18 (Mediolanium) : vatib(vs) ad- 
scitis vicinisq_(ve) vndiqvetvrbis; Hiibn. 
Hisp. 379 = Rossi II p. 269 (Bracara): 

INMANES VARIASQ_VE PIO SVB FOEDERE XpI. 
ADSCISCIS GENTES. 

(3) In the expression mortem sibi ad- 

sciscere: - to commit suicide -. [Cf. the 



more usual consciscere]. XIV 2112 (La- 
nuvium, 2 nd ) II 1. 5: qvisqvis . . . mor- 
tem sibi adsciveri[t]. 

ADSCRIBO, -ERE. (ASCRIBO). (1) 
■ To add in writing », « state in inscrip- 
tional form". VI 10350 (Rome): no- 
minaqve adscripservnt ; XI 0335 (Pi- 
saumm, 256) : patronvm prono consensv 
adscribi gloriae; III 12134 (Tlos): scri- 

PTVRIS [OJ/AS . . . INIMICVS QVIDAM] . . . 

invisvs adscripsit; III 568 (Amphissa): 

IN CISTERNIS 1PSIS LAPIDEO TITVLO POSITO 
. . . ADSCRIBITE VT NVLLA INVADFNDI PV- 
BLICVM RELINQVATVR OCCASIO ; XIV 2934 

(Praeneste, 385): vt conlocent sta- 

TVa(m) NOMIn(iS) MEI IN FORO ET HOC 

ipsv(m) ex(em)pl(vm) testam(enti) ascri- 
bant (sic) ibi; X 1132 (Abellinum): pe- 

TIITQ_VE VT DECRETO QVOQVE VOLVNTATEM 
ESSE ASCRIb(erENT). 

(2) ■ To assign ■ in writing. I p. 279 1X 
= I 2 p. 200 xxxn = VI 1283 = VI 31586 
(Rome, 92 B.C.): [colono]s adscripsit 
Cales. 

ADSCRIPTICIVS. Subst. ■ One inscri- 
bed in the roll of citizens », «an en- 
rolled citizen » . Ill 13640 (Pisidia, 527) : 
eorvm colonos vel adscrip[ticios]. 

ADSCRIPTOR. ■ Subscriber », « sup- 
porter ». VI 7517 (Rome): svpra adscri- 

PTORES EORVM. 

ADSEDEO, -ERE. See ADSIDEO. 
ADSENSIO. «Assent», «approval». 
[Cf. ADSENSVS]. XII 4393 (Narbo) : 

VESTRAM [aDSEn]sIONEM . . . PETO. 

ADSENSVS. « Assent », « approval ». 
[Cf. ADSENSIO]. XI 5265 (Hispellum, 

4 th ): DESIDERIO VESTRO FACILIS ACCESSIT 
NOSTER ADSENSVS. 

ADSEQVOR, -I. « To reach », « over- 
take ». VI 1749 (Rome, 421): easqve 

OMNES DIGNITATES INTRA VICESIMVM QVIN- 
TVM ADSECVTVS AETATIS ANNVM ; IX 3895 

(Lucus): mors me adseq_vetvr; tvnc mihi 
demetvr dolor; IX 2078 (Beneventum, 
566?) frgmt.: adseqvitvr.- 

ADSERO. -ERE. (1) «To concur». 
Brambach 373 (Col. Agrippinensis): (ilia), 
adserente (Mo), facivndvm cvravit. — 
(2) «To support», «defend». V 532 
(Tergeste, 2 nd ) : mvltas et magnificas 
cavsas . . . [a]dservisse, egisse, vicisse ; 
Carm. Lat. 1411 = Rossi II p. 63 and 



ADSE 



ADSI 



115 



p. 93 (Rome, f ) : ac patriae cavsas re- 
gibvs adservit; VI 1783 (Eome, 431): 

INTERPOLATVM ALIQJ/ATENVS ADSERERE HO- 

norem; XII 4036 (Nernausus): [extollit 

p]aTRONI FAMAM BARBa[ra TELLVS], CVIVS 

Roma libris adserit [ipsa fidem]. — 
(3) «To assert», «declare». XI 5265 
(Hispellum, 4 th ) : cvm igitvr ita vos 

TVSCIAE ADSERERETIS ESSE CQNIVNCTOSJ 

III 352 £ (Orcistus, 4 th ): e[os s]ibi [e]sse 

ADSERVERVNT VICOS Na[c]oLIENSES ; III 

7000 (ibid.): adservervnt enim vicvm 

SVVM . . . FLORVISSE. 

ADSERTOR. (1) In law, apparently * a 
public pleader » , » defender » . [Cf. above, 
ADSERO (2)]. Dessau 4450 (Africa): ex 

TESTAMENTO (MllUS) ADSERTORIS PVBLICI. 

(2) « Defender », « vindicator». VIII 
9286 (Mauretania Caesariensis, f, 495) : 

FIDEI CaTHOLICAE ADSERTOR. Rossi II 

p. 104 (Rome, -J-) : adsertor Christi si- 
dera ivre coles. — (3) As name of 
racehorse, VI 10056 (Rome). 

ADSESSOR. He that « sits beside » 
[cf. ADSIDEO] a magistrate, in the ca- 
pacity of adviser. [Cf. COMES]. II 2129 
(Obulco) : comes et adsessor legati ad 
[censvs accip(iendos)], comes et adses- 
sor proco(n)s(vlis) provinciae Galliae 
[Narbon(ensis)]; VIII 2777 (Lambaesis): 
(/lie) adsor (sic) (illius). 

ADSIDEO, -ERE. (ADSEDEO). « To 
sit beside » , as assistant or adviser. [Cf. 
ADSESSOR]. XI 3943 (Capena, 87): 
adsedit magistratibvs popvli Romani ; 
XIII 3162 (Viducasses) : (/lie) [l]eg(ato) 
Avg(vsti) p(ro) p(raetore) in Br[i]t(an- 
nia) ad legionem sext[am] adsed[i]t, 
and adsedit etiam in provincia Nvm[i- 
d(ia)] . . . (Mi) trib(vno) mil(itvm) ; XI 
6357 (Pisaurum) : filivs ... adsedente 
(sic) patre . . . (ludos ed/d/t). 

ADS1DO, -ERE. See ASSIDO. 

ADSIDVA. Adj. as subst. « Faithful 
friend ». See below, s. v. ADSIDVVS (1). 

ADSIDVE. (ASSIDVE). «Assiduously», 
« continually » , « uninterruptedly » . 

[Forms: assidve, XII 4315 (Narbo), 
XIII 581 (Burdigala); adsidvae, II 2295 
(Corduba), III 3241 (Sirmium) ; adsedve, 
XIII 2391 (Lugudunum, f, 601)]. 

VI 964 = XIV 88 (Ostia): invn[da- 
tiones Tiberis a]dsidve V[rbem vexan- 



tes]; XII 4315 (Narbo): cerno assi- 
dve, secerno nemin(em); XIII 581 (Bur- 
digala): SVM VAGVS, ASSIDVE TOTO CIR- 

cv[mferor orbe]; Brims, Fontcs p. 383 
(Uci Mains, Africa): pro infatigabiu 

CVr(a), PER QVAM ADSIDVE PRO HVMANIS 

vtilitatibvs excvbat; III 3241 (Sir- 
mium): FLERE NECESSE EST ADSIDVAE (sic) ] 

IX 1817 (Beneventum): fi.evit et ad- 
sidve maestvs vteroj/e parens ; VI 24049 
(Rome): hanc sic adsidve deflet (///#); 
II 2295 (Corduba): qvam raptam adsi- 
dvae (S/C) MATER MAERORE REQVIRIT | IX 

3279 (Corrinium) : adsidve votis ad pia 
sa[cra veni]; XI 3771 (Careiae) : adsi- 
dveqve tvos voltvs fingam; XIV 2605 
(Tnsculum) : tvnc mevs adsidve semper 

BENE LVXIT, AMICE, FOCVS ; X 3704 (Cll- 

mae) : cvm et popvlvs in spectacvlis 

ADSIDVE BIGAS STATVI POSTVLASSET | VIII 

211 (Cillium): adsidve rvpto lachesis 
male conscia penso ; XIII 2391 (Lugu- 
dunum, f, 601): loca s(an)c(t)orvm ad- 
sedve . . . STVDVIT. 

ADSIDVITAS. « Devotion », « unre- 
mitting service ». XIV 2636 (Tusculum, 
131): OB innoc(entiam) et adsidvit(a- 
tem) ceterasqve administr(ationes) e'ivs. 

ADSIDVO. Adv. « repeatedly », perhaps 
to be read, VIII 12253 (Prov. Procons.) : 
[lvdos scaenicos? adJsidvo edidit. 

ADSIDVVS. (ASSIDVVS). «Assiduous» 
« continual », « uninterrupted », « un- 



ceasing » . 



[Forms: assidvvs, IV 1649 (Pompeii, 
graffito) ; atsidvvs, IX 729 (Larinum, 
2 nd -3 d ), VIII 10523 (Villa Magna) ; ad- 
sidvom, VI 23548 (Rome) ; adsedvvs, XII 
2193 (Narbonensis, f, 527)]. 

(1) Applied to persons, V 2803 (Pa- 
tavium): adsidvvs cvltor rvris; XII 
2193 (Narbonensis, f , 527): adsedva {sic), 
aelemosinis (sic) profvsa. Note use prac- 
tically as subst., II 3035 (Complutum) : 

(//la) ADSIDVA EIVS. 

(2) Applied to things or 'sentiments. 
X 6811 (Ardea, 238): adsidvis maris ad- 
lventibvs flvctibvs; II 3270 (Castulo) : 

VIAM ... ADSIDVIS IMBRIBVS CORRVPTAM ; 

IV 1649 (Pompeii, graffito): alliget hic 

AVRAS, SIQVIS OBIVRGAT AMANTES, ET VETET 
ASSIDVAS CVRRERE FONTIS AOJ/AS J III 6618 

(Alesandrea): hic iacet adsidvo rapta 



116 



vnsi 



ADSI 



PVBLLA i.oco, [cf. domvs aeterna] ; XI 
Jl 19 (Clusiom): OH ADSmVA HVS IN HANC 
rempvblic(am) mi-rita; VIII 117.") (Thu- 
burbo Minus): ob adsidva in rem pv- 
bi icam merita; XII 4:!!<3 (X'ail'o): ii.v- 

RIMIS ET ADSIDVIS ERCA ME MERITIS VESTRIS | 

VIII 11849 (Sufetula): adsidvam erga 

SINGVLOS CIVES SVOS LIBERALITATEM I VIII 

L0528 (Villa Magna): [ob] atsidvam (sic) 

ct freqven[t(em) in] VNIVERSOS CIVES SVOS 

LIBERALITATEM; X 6U05 ( M ill til 111110 ) I OB 
ADSIDVAM ET LIBERAM MVNIFICENTIAM ElVSJ 

IX 3071 (Interpromhrm) : fletibvs adsi- 

DVIS LVGET M(A)ESTISS1MA MATER J VI 23548 

(Rome): nos tibi digna tvae monvmenta 

EXTREMA FAVILLAE FECIMVS, AT NOBIS TV 

gemitvm adsidvom ! (sic); VI 9499 (Rome): 

ILLE MEO OFFICIO ADSIDVO FLOREBAT AD 

omnis (sic)] VI 12056 (Rome): dvm fo- 

VEO ADSIDVA SEDVLITATE VIRVM J IX 729 

(Larimim, 2 nd -3 d ): magna et adsidva (sic) 
docvmenta ; Ihm , Damasi Epigr. 2 
(Rome, f, 4 th ): cvm ... caedibvs adsi- 
dvis cvperet discerpere plebem. 

ADSIGNATIO. Apparently equivalent 
to « dedication ». X 1557 (Puteoli): 
(ille) post adsignationem aedis Fortv- 
nae signvm Panthevm sva pecvnia d(ono) 
d(edit). 

ADSIGNO, -ARE. [ATS1GNO]. In 
general, « to assign ». [Forms: atsigno, 
II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 44 B. C.) CIIII, 
CXXV, CXXVI ; VI 10247, 30275 (Rome); 
VIII 2728 (Lambaesis, 2 nd ). — ADSI- 
CNO (sic), XI 4095 (Ocriculum, 341 ). — 
ASIGNO, Bull. Arch. Cr. (1865) p. 11 
(Rome. f). [Note adsignato by mistake 
for nom.. Ill 1322 (Ampelum). — Ab- 
brev. : A. freq. in official titles, see above 
p. 9 col. 1 (10); ADSIG., X 1791 (Pu- 
teoli, 181), VI11 7144 (Cirta); ADSIGN., 
VI 857 (Rome, 159); ADSIGNAR., VIII 
2728 (Lambaesis, 2" d ); ADSIGNAT., X 
1814 (Puteoli, 161)]. 

(1) « To attach one's seal » (signum). 
VI 10247 (Rome, 252): donationi mo- 

NVMENTI s(vpra) s(CRIPTl) . . . CONSENSI, 
SVBSCRIPSI . . . ET ATSIGNAVI (siC). 

(2) In public law, - to assign » , - allot», 
■ grant - portions of the public domain 
(ager publicus) to private ownership or 
usufruct. I 197 (Lex Bantiae, 133-118 
B. C.) 1. 15; I 198 (Lex Repetund., 



123-122 B. C.) XIII, XVI, XXII; 1 200 
(Lex Agraria, III B. C.) 1. XV: m vir 
K(gris) d(andis) a(dsignandis). — [For 
list of similar titles, above p. 9 col. 1 
(10)]. I 200 (Le.c A(jr aria, III B. C.) 

XX VIII: EIS HOMINIBVS AGRVM IN AFRICA 

dedervnt adsignaverv[ntv]e, and IS sti- 
pendiaries] det adsignetve; ibid. XVI: 
q_voi is ager datvs adsignatvsve fverit ; 
ibid. III. V. VII, XLIII: ded.t, adsi- 
gnavit; ib. LXXVIII: det adsignetve; 
ib. LXXXI: dederit, adsignaverit; ib. 
LV, XCIII: datvs adsignatvs est; ib. 
LXII : [d]atvs ad[signatvs]; ib. LXXVI: 
datvs adsignatvsve est ; ib. XCII: [da- 
tvs adsign]atvs fvit; ib. LX : [data 
adsign]ata fvise (sic); ib. XLIV: [da- 
tv]m adsignatvm esse fviseve (sic)', ib. 
LIII: [datv]m adsignatvm siet; ib. XC: 
adsigna[tvs est]; ib. XCI: adsignatvs 
esset; ib. LXIII: adsignat[vm] esse; 
ib. LXVIII: adsignatvm fvisse; ib. LVII: 
neive emptvm neive adsignatvm esse; ib. 

LXX : ADSIGNATVM DISCRIPTVM ADSIGNA- 

tvmve (sic); ib. XXIII: dedit. reddidit, 
adsignavit; ib. XXIV: dedit, [reddidi]t 
adsignavitve; ib. XCIV: dari, reddi, 
adsignari ; ib. XVI: dedit, adsignavit, 
reddidit; ib. XI: dedervnt, adsignave- 
rvnt, reliqvervnt; ib. LXXVII: dede- 
rvnt adsignavervntve; ib. LXXXI: re- 
liqvervnt, adsignavervnt ; ib. XVII: 
datvs adsignatvsve [redditvsve fverit] ; 
ib. XCIV: datvs, redditvs, commvtatvs, 
adsignatvs [est]. — II 5439 (Lex Ur- 
sonensis, 44 B. C.) XCVII : a(grorvw) 
d(andorvm), a(tsignandorvm) i(vs); ib. 

CIIII: ACER DATVS, ATSIGNATVS ERIT. 

Mon. Aiicyran., cap. 16 1. 23: agris 

QVOS . . . ADSIGNAVI MILITIBVS; VIII 8812 

(Maur. Sitifensis, 3 d ) : termina[t](iones) 

[a]gRORVM . . . ADSIGNANTVR COLONISJ ib. 

8813-14 (ibid., 2 nd ): fines adsignati 

GENTI NVMIDARVM. 

(3) Of privileges other than public 
lands for tillage, assigned to individuals 
by the state or community. XI 1924 
(Perusia, 166): vt . . . statvae ... lo- 
c[vs] sibi adsignaretvr; X 1782 (Pu- 
teoli): LOCO ADSIGNATO A II VIRIS J VI 

10257 (Rome): [loco ad]signato ex de- 
creto [decvrionvm]. — Of places in the 
theater. II 5439 (Le.c Ursonensis, 44 



ADSl 



ADSP 



117 



B. C.) CXXV : QVI LOCVS decvrionibvs 

DATVS, ATSIGNATVS RELICTVSVE ERIT | il). 
CXXVI: LOCVM DATO, DISTRIBVITO, ATSI- 
GNATO, and DE LOCO DANDO, ATSIGNANDO 

(twice), and nevf locvm atsignato neve 

ATSIGNARI IVBETO, and VII LOCVS DATVS, 
ATSIGNATVS ATTRIBVTVSVE ERIT ; VI 2059 

=s= 32363 (Rome, ArvaL 80) : loca ad- 

SIGNATA IN A/WPHITEATRO (sic). 

(4) In private law, « to assign », « sign 
over », * deed over a (esp. of locus, area 
sepulturaej ollae etc.). Very freq. in 
inscrr. Exx. : VI 15944 (Rome): fecit 

SIBI ET QVIBVS SeCVNDA, PATRONA EIVS, 
ADSIGNAVERIT CAVER ITQ_(ve) ; V 7783 (Al- 

bingaunium, 191): balnevm ... perfectvm 
Albi[n]ga[v]nensip.vs a[d]signavit ; XI 
4095 (Ocriculum, 341): adsicnavervnt 
(sic) et dedicavervnt ; VI 14959 (Rome) : 
oll(as) iiii oeci magni Atticvs adsignavi 
meis ; VI 10294 (Rome, 5): ollas v dari, 
adsignari ; VI 455 (Rome) : [da]ri ivssit 
et adsignari; VI 15018 (Rome): tradi- 
dimvs, adsignamvs, donamvs ; VI 11476 
(Rome): (ilia) adsignavit se viba (sic) 
(illi); VI 6697 (Rome): (ilia) adsignavit 
[illi); VI 28974 (Rome): locvm adsi- 
gnavit (Hit); VI 4483 (Rome, 1 st ): adsi- 
gnatviw a (illo). — Esp. LOCVS adsigna- 
tvs (illi ab illo), VI 855 (Rome, 150), 
857 (ib., 159), 864 (ib., 210), 1008 (ib.. 
146), 1119 (ib., 161). 1472, 8668, 19957, 
28587 (Rome), 29335 (ib., 143), 30275 
(Rome), 30841 (ib., 244). 30983, 31136 
(Rome); XIV 125 (Ostia, 224), 2410 (Bo- 
villae, 157-8); X 1791 (Puteoli, 181), 
1814 (ibid., 161); XI 5963 (Pitinum 
Mergens); V 3634 (Verona); VIII 7144 
(Cirta); II 1721 (Mun. Flavium). - VI 
9006 (Rome): area adsignata a (illo); 
XII 3179 (Nemausus): aream ... per 
(illos) adsignatam. 

(5) In general, (non legal), sense: « to 
assign ». Rev. Arch. (1902) p. 142 = 
Annee Epigr. (1902) p. 5 (Caesarea Manr.): 
Deae Bellonae (l/la) sacerdos, ex de- 

CRETO ORDINIS AREA ADSIGNATA, AEDEM . . . 

f(ecit); Bull. Arch. Cr. (1865) p. 11 
(Rome, -j-) : qvod Svmmitas dedit, asi- 
gnavit (sic). — ■ Of work, or materials 
for work, assigned, VI II 2728 (Lam- 
baesis, 2 nd ): cvm opvs adsignar(em), and 
dvctvm (sc. aquae) atsignaveram (sic) ; 



VI 1585 b (Rome, 193) : tegvlas . . . ad- 
signa (illi). Note applied to person trans- 
ferred from one place to another: « as- 
signed a to that place, III 1322 (Am- 
peium); (Me) adsignato (sic: abl. for 
nom.) ex m(vnicipio?) Splono. 

(6) « To consign », * entrust » (to one's 
care). VI 33747 (Rome): [qvisq_vis ha- 
bens condvctv]m horrevm sv[a ibi] re- 
liqver(it) et cvstodi non adsignaver(it); 
II 5181 (Lex Metalli Vipascensis, 1 st ) 
1. 24: condvctor, socivs, actorve eivs 
l^instrvmentvm balinei et e]a omnia 
q_vae ei adsignata ervnt . . . reddere 

DEBETO. 

ADSISTO, -ERE. « To stand beside », 
k to assist » . [Cf. ADSTO, where are gath- 
ered perf. forms which may be assigned 
also to adsisto~]. 

(1) Lit. k To stand beside, or near ». 
XII 592 (Aquae Sextiae, f) : dextris Tibi 
(i. e. Chrislo) nvnc fide adsistit in 
agnis. — (2) «To assist a. XII 1567 
(Lucus Augusti, 245): ceteris adsisten- 
tibvs sacerdotibvs; VI 414 (Rome, 191): 
adsistente (illo) ; VI 32329 (Rome, Comm. 
Lud. Saec, 204) frgmt. : exta adsisten- 
tibvs [-?-]; XI 5749 (Sentinum, 261): 
adfectionem amoris [erg]a n(vmervm) 
n(ostrvm) exibentibvs (sic) ADSISTERE et 
mvnificentia(m) [eo]rvm . . . [re^mvne- 
rare; Marucchi. EUm. d 'Arch. Chr. p. 61 
(Salonae, 3 d ): cvm adsisterem ad capi- 
tella colvmnarvm ad Termas Licinia- 
n[as] (i. e. probably as foreman of the 
men working on the capitals of columns). 

ADSMERIVS. (ATESMERIVS). A Gallic 
divinity, identified with Mercurius. XIII 
1125 (Limonum Pictonum): Deo Me(r)- 
cvrio Adsmerio (ille) v(otvm) s(olvit) 
l(ibens) m(erito); XIII 3023 (Iatinum 
= Meaux):D(Eo)ATESMERio;III10017 182 
(Gallic vase, graffito): Atesmeri. [These 
are probably varied spellings of the same 
name]. 

[*ADSOR. See ADSESSOR]. 

ADSPERGO, -ERE. (ASPARGO). * To 
sprinkle a. VI 32328 (Rome, Comm. Lud. 
Saec, 204): aram adspersit; VIII 15569 
(Prov. Procons.): [f]l[or]ib[vs] asparsvs 
iaces ex pratalibvs arvis. 

ADSPERGO, -1NIS. (ASPERGO). Subst. 
« A sprinkling a. II 6278 (S. C. Itali- 



11.- 



ADSP 



ADSV 



Ctnse, A. I). 1 7 < > - 7 ) 1. 7: omnis pecvnia 

MORVM PRINCIPVM CVRA EST NVLLA CRVORIS 
HVMANI ADSPERCINE CONTAMI N ATA ; \ 

p. 620' (Mediolanium, ■[•): (ille) can- 

DENTEM CROCEA GESTANS ASPERGINE l'RON- 
TEM. 

ADSP1CIO, -ERE. See ASPICIO. 

ADSPIRO, -ARE. « To breathe upon ». 
In Chr. sense, of the inbreathing of the 
Spirit in baptism. Bull. Arch. Cr. (1904) 
p. !>!» = Notiz. (1905) p. 1 13 (Koine, +): 

ADSPIRAVIT INFANTI DEVS. 

%\DSTATOR. i Assistant », « Helper » 
[Cf. ADSTO]. As title of Liber Pater, 
VI 467 (Rome): deo sancto nvmini, deo 

MAGNO LlBERO PATRI ET ADSTATORI ET 

conserbatori (sic) h(vivs) l(oci). 

ADSTATVS. See HASTATVS. 

ADSTO, -STARE. (ASTO). - To stand 
by or near », « be present ». [N. b. Here 
are included perf. forms that may equally 
belong to ADSISTO q. v.]. '[Forms': 
adstetervnt, VI 2067 (Rome, Arval, 219) 
1.4; asstante, VI 746 (Rome, 183). Add 
asted = adstet?'? (Dressel, Buecheler, 
Osthoflf etc.) in Duenos Inscr. Annali 
dell'Lst. (1880) p. 158 etc.]. I 1007 = 
VI 15346 (Rome. B. C.) : asta ac pel- 
lige; VI 20370 (Rome): tv qvi adsti- 

TISTI, MEI MONVMENTI (hOSPES, MEMOR ?) 

aiwbvla!; II 2145 (Obulco) : si qvis ti- 

TVLVM AD (SIC) MEI NOMINIS ASTITERIT ; 

Carm. Lat. 722 = Hiibn. Hisp. 86 (Bae- 
tica, 649): astans clnobio cvm virgini- 
bvs sacris; IV 1190 (Pompeii, graffito, 
1 st ): scr(ipsit) (ille), adstante (Mo); VI 
746 (Rome, 183): ara posita, asstante 
(sic) sacerdote : IX 2998 (Anxanum) : 
Anxiano adstante ordine; V 895 (Aqui- 
leia) : posvit titvlvm desvo (sic), astante 
(sic) civibvs svis; VI 2067 (Rome, Arval, 
219) 1. 4: deinde ... pvbl(ici) intro- 

IER(VNT) . . . ET ANTE IANVaM DEAE DlAE 

adstetervnt (sic); VI 2056 (ibid., 78) 
11. 16, 23: adstantibvs Fratribvs Ar- 
valibvs; VI 2051 (ibid., 69) 1. 55; 2064 
(ibid., 86) 1. 26: astantibvs Fratribvs 
Arvalibvs; VI 2065 (ibid., 87) 1. 23: 
adstante collegio; VI 2067 (ibid., 90) 
1. 15: adstante collegio Fratrvm Ar- 
valivm; VI 2041 (ibid., 58-9) 1. 50; 
2042 (ibid.. 60): adstantibvs (illis); 
VI 2051 (ibid., 69) 1. 18; III 371 (Cv- 



zicus): astantibvs (///is); 11 7 15 (Norba): 
ast[ante?] (il/o). Note peculiar use, « to 
remain », » be a present need ». XIII 
2016 (Lugudunum) : q_vod ille mi de- 

BVIT FACERE SI FATA BONA FVISSENT, IDEM 

astat memoriam poNi (sc. //// a me). 

ADSTRVO, -ERE. (1) Lit. ■ To build 
next to, or in addition to ». VIII 7046 
(Cirta): adstrvct[is crepi]dinibvs. (2) 
Fig. b To add », « confer in addition ». 
VI 1783 (Rome, 431): nvnc si apvt (tic) 

VOS ABVNDE CAVSAS PIAETATIS (sic) AD- 
STRVXIMVS, ACCIPITE ALIVD. 

ADSVESCO, -ERE. « To accustom ». 
XI 3303 (Forum Clodi, 18): victimae 

. . . QVAE p(er)p(eTVo) INMOLARI ADSVE- 

ta(e) svnt. 

ADSVETVS. Part, as adj. «Customary. 
XIII 1668 (Ara Rom. et Aug., Speech 
of Claudius) II 1. 30 : adsvetos fami- 

LIARESQVE VOBIS PROVINCIARVM TERMINOS. 

ADSVM. -ESSE. (ATSVM ; once AS- 
SVM). b To be present ». 

[Forms: atesse, II 5439 (Lex Urso- 
nensis, 44 B. C.) Ill 2 11. 32, 35; atsint, 
ibid. Ill 2 11. 2, 10; atfvit, XIV 2795 
(Gabii, 1 st ); atfvere, X 1208 (Abella, 
155); atfverit, IT 5439 (Lex Ursonemis, 
44 B. C.) Ill 3 1. 25; adsient, I 198 
(Lex Repetundarum, 123-2 B. C.) 1. 32, 
I 577 = X 1781 (Puteoli, lex parieti 
faciundo, 105 B. C.) Ill 10; assint, VI 
30104 (Rome); adesent, I 196 = X 104 
(S. C. de Bacch., 186 B. C.) 11. 6, 9, 18; 
adessint, I 198 (Lex Repelwad., 123-2 
B. C.) 1. 63; arfvise. I 196 = X 104 
(S. C. de Bacch., 186 B. C.) 1. 21; ar- 
f(vervnt\ ibid. 1. 2; ades for adest, VIII 
9277 ='20855 (Tipasa). — Note: ad • 
sint, XI 4629 (Carsulae, 373); ad • fve- 
rvnt, X 1783 (Puteoli). — Abbrev. : 
adfver., passim in acta, esp. in the Arval 
records; adf., VI 2051 (Rome; Arval, 69) 
passim. X 5670 (Rocca d'Arce, 107), XIV 
3584 (Tibur), V 961 (Aquileia); arf., I 
196 = X 104 (S. C. de Bacch., 186 
B. C.) 1. 2; ad., VI 2051 (Rome, Arval, 
69) II 1. 5]. 

(A) Very freq. in acta, in lists of 
those present. Scribvndo (scribendo) 
adfvervnt = t On roll-call there were 
present » (names follow), 1 196 1. 2 = 
X 104 (S. C. de Bacch., 186 B. G.), I 



ADSV 



ADSV 



119 



201 1. 2 (Epist. ad Tiburtes, 1 st B. C); 
VI 877, 1492 (Rome) ; XIV 3584, 3679 a, 
(Tibur); X 1208 (Abella, 155), 1453 
(Herculaneum, 1 st ), 1782, 1783 (Puteoli), 
1784 (ib., 187), 1786 (ib., 196), 1787 
(Puteoli). 3698 (Cumae, 289), 4760 
(Suessa, 193), 5670 (Rocca d'Arce, 107); 
IX 3429 (Peltuinum, 242); XI 1420 
(Pisae, 1 st ), 1924 (Perusia, 166); V 961 
(Aquileia), 2856 (Patavium); V1I1 270 
(Casae, 30) 11451 (ibid., 2 1 " 1 ). — X 476 
(Paestum, 337), 447 (ib., 347): cvm in 
cvria Caesarea freqventes decvriones 
adfvissent; XI 5750 (Sentinum, 260): 

C"M SCHOLA SVA FREQ_VENTES SCRIBVNDO 

adfvissent. — XIV 2795 (Gabii, 1 st ): 

SCRIBENDO ATFV1T {[lie). In COLLEGIO 

adfvervnt (illi), in the acta Fratrum 
Arvalium, VI 2039 11. 10, 18, 24 (A. D. 
57); 2040 1. 30, 32353 (58); 2041 11. 2, 
6, 12, 17, 21, 25, 32, 56, 61 (58-59); 
2042 11. 3, 15. 22, 31, 39 (59-60); 2046, 
32356 (62); 2044 11. 6, 13, 19, 26 (66); 
2051 11. 15, 22, 39 (69); 2056 11. 14, 
20, 25, 33; 32362 (78); 2059 1. 14 
(80); 2060 11. 2, 21, 31, 49 (81); 2064 
11. 23, 32, 49 (86); 2065 11. 48, 61; 
32367 (87); 2066 11. 4, 44 [Cf. also 
inter fuerunt in this iuscr.j (89); 2067 
1. 34 (90); 2075 col. II 1. 1 (105); 
32374 col. I 1. 21, col. II 11. 10, 35, 
55 (118). — Adfvervnt in collegio, VI 
2065 1. 59 (87); 2068 11. 21, 37 (91); 
2075 11. 5, 23, col. II 1. 38 (105); 2076 
1. 11 (117); 2078 11. 21, 36, 55 (118); 
2080 11. 19, 27, 33, 48 (120); 2086 
1. 46 (155); 2095 (uncertain year); 2099 
1. 18 (183). — In Capitolio adfvervnt 
(itli), VI 2042 1. 6 (ibid., 59-60); simply 
adfvervnt (Mi), in Arval records: VI 
2023 (21), 2025 = 32342 (33-34), 2028 
(38), 2029, 32346 (39), 2030, 32347 
(40), 2032 11. 10, 19 (43-48), 2035 (un- 
certain year) 1. 10; 32349 (50-54); 2044 

I. 1 (66) ; 2051 passim (69), 2068 1. 34 
(91). 2091 1. 9 (168-9), 2086 II 1. 9 
(213), 2104 1. 27 (218), 2105 (220), 
21U7 1. 19 (224). Elsewhere, VI 32323 
(Rome, Comm. Lud. Saec, 17 B. C.) 

II. 58, 150; adfvit (Me), VI 2030 (Rome, 
Arval. 40) 1. 3 ; 2035 (ib. uncertain year) 
1. 3. XI 3805 (Veii, 26). 

(B) In other documentary formulas etc., 



II 1963 (Lex Salpensana, 81-84) XXIX: 

CVM DVAE PARTES DECVRIONVM NON MINVS 

adfverint; II 1964 (Lex Malacit., 81-84) 

LXI: CVM DVAE PARTES NON MINVS AD- 
FVERINT; ib. LXII: cvm maior pars eo- 
rvm adfverit; ib. LXIV: cvm eorvm 

PARTES TERTIAE NON MINVS QVAM DVAE 

adessent: II 5439 IV 1. 19 (Lex Ur- 
sonensis, 44 B. C): cvm non minvs di- 

MIDIA PARS DECVRIONVM ADFVERIT; ib. Ill 

3. 25 : si m(aior) p(ars) decvrionvm at- 
fverit; I 577 = X 1781 (Puteoli, lex 
parieti faciendo, 105 B. C.) Ill 1. 10: 

DVM NI (sic) MINVS VIGINTI ADSIENT ; I 

196 = X 104 (S. C. de Bacch., 186 B. C.) 

11. 6, 9, 18: DVM NE MINVS SENATORIBVS 

c. adesent; ib. 1. 21: neve inter ibei 

VIREI PLOVS DVOBVS, MVLIERIBVS PLOVS 

tribvs arfvise velent ; X 4842 (Vena- 
frum) : cvm in decvrionibvs non minvs 

QVAM DVAE PARTES DECVRIONVM ADFVERINT. 

— il 5439 III 2 1. 1 (Lex Ursonensis, 

44 B. C): ADESSE IVBETO diemqve certvm 
dicito q_vo dieatsint; 1198 (Lex Re- 
petund., 123-122 B. C.) 11. 39, 71: ad 
id ivdicivm adesse ; 11. 75, 82: [qvei] 
. . . [ad ea]m rem ivdicandam adfverint; 
1. 47: qvei qvomqve adervnt ; 1. 49: 
qvei ader[vnt]; 1. 64: qvei non aderit; 
1. 63: legati adessint and qvodie ivsei 
ervnt adesse; II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 
44 B. C.) Ill 2 1. 20: si . . . non aderit 
ob eam rem; ib. Ill 2. 1. 32: qvominvs 
atesse possit; ib. Ill 2. 29: si . . . is . . . 
non aderit; ib. Ill 2. 35: atesse non 
posse; ib. Ill 2. 10: vti Ai(sic) it (sic) 
ivdicivm atsint; I 198 (Lex Repet., 
123-122 B.C.) LXIV: qvei non aderit; 
ib. LXVII: qvei qvomqve adervnt; ib. 
LXIX: qvei ader(vnt): II 6278 (S. C. Ita- 
li cense, 176-7)1.44: si adervnt; VI 32323 
(Rome, Comm. Lud. Saec, 17, B. 0.) 
1. 19 frgmt.: adsint; VI 2023 6. (Rome, 
Arval, 21): [ad]esse non [posse ad sa- 
cra facien]da; VIII 5336 (Calama, 4 th ): 
cvm adesset ; X 5631 (Fabrateria Nova) 
frgmt. : adest rebvs; XII 5687 4 (Arausio): 
ADESSE vltorem nati. 

(C) In other classes of inscrr., some- 
times with additional notion of « aiding », 
■ favoring » . [Cf. ADSISTO, ADSTO]. 
VI 2135 (Rome, Vestal, 3 d ): vivit vt 
saecvlari aetate ministerio adsit ; Edict. 



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ADTR 



Dioclet. Int rod. 11 1. 20: cvm in promptv 

ADSIT PERFVGIVM DtCl.lNANDI PER1CVLI \ V I 

10226 (Rome): qvisq_vis ades, lector., 

FATVM AISBRABILECERNIS!; \* I 1 0969 ( U'Mlle): 

QVISQVIS ADE\ CE1ERI GRESSV, PRECOR, 1TO 

viator!: XI 41 til (Xaniia. ■'■. 558): tv 
rogo. qvisqyis ades, prece nos memo- 
rare bbnigna; VIII 213 (Cillium, 2 nd ): 
ecce Secvndvs adest itervm!; XI 204 
(Ravenna. ■[-): Maximianvs adest ; Bram- 
bach 946 (Bretzenheim) : hospes, ades 
pavcis et perlece [tie) versibvs ac ta ! ; 
VI 605] (Rome): seiq_vis havet [sic) 

NOSTRO CONFEREE DOLORE, AD5I r J VI 

30103 (Rome): adeste, amici, frvamvr 
tempvs BONvm!; VIII 2632 (Lambaesis): 

ADES, ROGO, CVM PaNISCO. MEMOR HOC 

mvnere; XI 4629 (Carsulae, 373): san- 

CTIQVE TVI MANES NOBIS PATENTIBV3 AD • 

sint ; VI 30104 (Rome): vel assint (sic) 

QVIETI CINERIBVS MANES TVI5 ; VIII 8424 

(Sititis): bene laves oze (sic = hodie): 
ades cras!; VIII 9277 = 20855 (Maui-. 
Caesariensis) : (h)abis (sic) asina(m) ma- 
trice(m). q_v(a)e illic ades (&ie=ade$t)\ 
Cam. Lat. 13954 = Rossi II p. 442 
no. 153 (Rome. 687): nvnc vero mater 
adest (in tomb): XI 319 (Ravenna, f): 

HIC ET AMANS SEMPER ROMANA AC PVBLICA 
SIGNA VASTATOR GENTI ADFVIT IPSE SVAE ; 

V 6722 (Vercellae, 7) : consors hic ho- 
noratv's adest: IX 3375 (Autiaum. 156): 

ADSIS HVC MIHI, SANCTE, FAVENS ; VIII 212 

(Cillium. 2 nd ): qvis non iam pronis 

ANIMI VIRTVTIBVS ADSIT?; VI 1756 b 

(Rome, -f, 4 th ): Lvx tibi Christvs adest; 

VI 31937 (Rome. 7. 534): adfvit his 
votis excelsi gloria Christi ; Garni. Lat. 
311 = Rossi II p. 150 no. 19 (Rome): 
hvc ades ad Chr(isti) fontem; Garni. Lat. 
1410 = Rossi II p. 99 no. 8 (Rome?): 
adfvit in cvnctis PATRIA indvlgentia 
proli ; Carrn. Lat. 796 = Rossi II p. 171 
(Rome): species venvsta, mens cvi ade- 
rat prisca; Rossi II p. 67 no. 25 1. 10 
(Rome?. v>: rite svis famvlis disce adesse 
Devm. 

ADSV.MO. -ERE. [Not assumo in 
inscrr.]. «To take (to oneself-), «to 
receive -, - accept -. X 2311 (Piueoli); 

[con]ivgis adsvmpsi NOMEN GREMIVMQ_VE 
resolvi ; III 731 = 7395 (Perinthus i : 
(Mi) in amplissi>\vm ordinem adsvmpto ; 



111 7S1 (Tyra, 2"' i -3' 1 ): decreta civivm 
adsvmendorvm and IN NVMERVM civivm 
adsvmpti svnt and Q_yi posthac fverint 
adsvmpti; III 12283 (Athenae, 121): 
[qvia n]on licet nisi ex civibvs Ro- 
manis adsvmi diad[o]chvm; XI 1354 
i Luna. 255): si evw nob(is) patr(onvm) 
adsvmamvs; X 6662 (Autium): (////) ad- 
svmpto ad hs. (tot); Notiz. (1905) p. 113 
(Rome. 7): hanc placvit Deo raptam 
adsvmere. 

ADSVRGO. -ERE. . To rise ■ , «to 
grow up-. VIII 19913 (Rusicade, 7): 
MAGNA Q_VOD adsvrgvnt sacris fastigia 
tectis; VI 20466 (Rome): sit tibi terra 
LEVIS tvmvloqve adsvrgat amomvm. 

ADSVSCIPIO. -ERE (= suscipio. q. v I 
« To undertake », « assume ». VI 2066 
(Rome. ArvaL 89) 1. 20: ob vota ad- 

SVSCIPIENDA . . . PRO SALVTE ET REDIT[v] 
ET VICTORIA IMP. CaESARIS DOMITIANI. 

ADTAMEN. See ATTAMEN. 

ADTERO, -ERE. (ATTERO). (1) Lit. 
« to rub down », « wear out ». X 7257 
(Eryx): ens[is...] caedibvs attritvs. 
(2) - To crush », «to injure *. Dessau 
5887 (Mauritania): cvivs voragine semper 
attrita s[v]nt pecora; XII 2158 (Vien- 
na, 7) frgmt. adtrivit tener. . . . 

ADTINGO. -ERE. See ATTINGO. 

ADTOLLO, -ERE. See ATTOLLO. 

ADTRIBVO. -ERE. (ATTRIBVO). « To 
assign ». [Forms: Regularly ADTR — ; 
attribvo, II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 44 
B. C) 14 1. 20; VI 31566 = XI 
3772a (near Rome); XIV 376 (Ostia) ; 
X 444 (Vallis Silari superior. 1 st ): XI 
3710 (Pvrgi); V 532 (Tergeste, 2 nd ); 
Carm. Lat 1326 (Ravenna); VIII 1444.". 
(Prow Procons.). — attripvit, VIII 14455 
(Prow Procons.). — Note division ad tri- 
bvito, I 206 1. 41 (Lex Julia Munie., 
45 B. C.); ad tribvtvs, ib. 11. 41, 42, 
43; ad tribvta. ib. 1. 82, VI 3834, 
31603 (Rome); ad tribvendam, I 206 
(Lex Jul. Munie.) 1. 49. — Abbrew, 
attrib., VI 31566 = VI 3772 a (near 
Rome); adtr., I p. 277 IV = I* p. 198 
XXVII (Elogium. 90 B. C); a. (possibly); 
cf. above p. 9 col. 1, s. v. adtribuo (11)]. 

(1) Of money, freq. I 306 (Lex Jul. 
Munie, 45 B. G.) 1. 49: t(antam) p(e- 

CVNIAM) . . . DAMDAM (Sic) AD TRIBVENDAM 



ADTR 



ADVE 



121 



cvrato ; II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 44 
B. C.) I 4 1. 20: pecvniam ne qvis ero- 

GARE NEVE CVI DARE NEVE ATTRIBVERE PO- 
TESTATEM HABETO | ib. II 1 1. 19: PECV- 
NIAM ... DARI ADTRIBVI OPORTEBIT J I 1409 

= XI 4632 (Tuder, B.C.): (pecuniam) 
[d]andam adtribvendam cvrent; VI 3824 
= 31603 (Rome, B.C.) frgmt.: [pecv- 

Ni]a AD ■ TRIBVTA EST POPVLO, and PECVNIA 
AD • TRIBVTA [EST] , and PECVNIA AD TRI- 

[bvta est]; VI 877 (Rome, B. C), 32324 
(Rome, Comm. Lud. Saec, 1 st ): pecv- 
niam DANDAM ADTRIBVENDAM ; XIV 375, 

376 (Ostia, 2 nd ) : cvrator pecvniae pv- 

BLICAE EXIGENDAE ET ADTRIBVENDAE | V 

5050 (Anauni, 46): partem delator ad- 
tribvtam Tridentinis, partem ne adtri- 
bvtam qvidem argvisse dicitvr. 

(2) Of agri, loco. etc. I p. 278 IV 
= I" p. 198 XXVII (elogiiim, 90 B.C.): 
X vir agr(is) dand(is) adtr(ibvendis) ; X 
444 (Vallis Silari sup., 1 st ): fvndvm... 

CVM SVIS VILLIS FINIBVSQVE ATTRIBVIT ; I 

206 (Lex Iul. Munic, 45 B. C.) 1. 82: 

Q_VAE LOCA SERVE1S PVBLICEIS ... AD TRI- 
BVTA svnt; VI 10237 (Rome, 16): ea 
loca qvae T(itvs) p(atronvs) decvrio- 
nibvs svis adtribvit; VI 24926 (Rome, 
1 st ): i.ocvs adtrib[vtvs] in perpet(vo) 
(////); XI 3710 (Pyrgi) : locvs attribvtvs 
ex d(ecvrionvm) d(ecreto); 

(3) Of persons. I 206 {Lex Iul. Mu- 
nie., 45 B. C.) 11. 41-43: tamtae (sic) 
pecvniae evm eosve ad tribvito, and sei 
is q_vei ad tribvtvs erit eam pecvniam 
... ei [q_]voi ad tribvtvs erit non sol- 
verit, and is qvamtae (sic) pecvniae ad 
tribvtvs erit, tamtam (sic) ... ei Q_yoi 

AD TRIBVTVS ERIT DARE DEBETO ; V 532 

(Tergeste, 2 nd ): Carni Cataliqve attri- 

BVTI ... REI PVBLICAE NOSTRAE. 

(4) Various. VI 31566 = XI 3772« 
(near Rome) : [for]mam . . . attrib(vtam) 
[r]ivo Aqvae Avgvstae; VI 1715 (Rome, 
399): potestas . . . viro ob testimonivm 
honoris est adtribvta ; Carm. Lat. 1326 
(Ravenna) : qvi mortale genvs statvit 

ANIMAMQVE CREAVIT, ATTRIBVIT REDDI COR- 
PORA Elyshs; VIII 14455 (Prov. Pro- 
cons.) frgmt. : vitam attripvit (sic) . . . 

ADTRIBVTIO. «Assignment», of a 
debt. I 206 (Lex Iul. Mimic, 45 B. C.) 
1. 42: diebvs ... qviBvs ipse avt procv- 

Thes. linguae lat. epigr. 



rator eivs sciet adtribvtionem factam 
esse; II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 44 B. C.) 

II 1 1. 16: DVM NE QVIS EX EA PECVn(ia) 
SVMAT NEVE ADTRIBVTIONEM FACIAT. 

ADTVMVLATVS. Part, as adj. . En- 
tombed ». Carm. Lat. 796 = Rossi II 
p. 171 no. 28 (Ticinum): iacis (sic) inde 
flebilis adtvmvlata(m) ecce ! ; Le Blant 
458 T (Vienna, -J-) frgmt. : adtvmvlata . . . 

ADVEHO, -ERE. > To carry to », «to 
' bring to». [Form advehei, I 206]. I 
206 (Lex Iul. Munic, 45 B. C.) 1. 58: 
adv[e]hei, portari; X 4842 (Venafrnm) 
1. 27: advehere, adferre, adportare; X 
1199 (Abella) : silicibvs e montibvs ex- 

CISIS, NON E DIRVTIS MONVMENTIS AD-' 

vectis; XI 6123 (Forum Sempronii) : 

STATVA DECRETA . . . IAM COMPARATA ADVE- 

hitvr; XII 944 (Arelate, 553): corpvs 
. . . iamdvdvm advectvm ; V 2 p. 623 14 (Me- 
diolanium, f) : te Ligvres advectvm nv- 

PER IN ORAS. 

ADVENA. Subst. « One who comes to 
a place » , « stranger » [cf. ADVENTOR], 
[Form ABBENA, VIII 5353 (Calama, f )] 
III 1894 (Dalmatia) : i[n]cola delicias, 
advena lavdat [item] ; VIII 270 (Casae, 
3 d ) : vicinis advenisq_(ve) ; VI 4998 
(Rome): Pampilena (sic) advena (perhaps 
here cognomen); XIII 4324 (Medioma- 
trici): piscin(am) et campvm [Med]ioma- 
tricis et advenis DEDiT ; VIII 5353 (Ca- 
lama. f): ABBENA (Sic) VENIENS []QVl] 
vrbem meliorata[]m] in^tveris] \ III 3551 
(Aquincum): hic qvescvnt (sic) dvas 

MATRES, DVAS FILIAS, NVMERO TREi> FA- 

CVNT (SIC), ET ADVENAS DVAS PARVOLAS 

(sic, with ace. for nom.). — As adj., 
Rev. Arch. (1905) p. 490 no. 195 (Africa, 
mosaic): advena qvam lenis celeri vehit 
vnda vegeiia (sic) ! 

ADVENIENS. Part, as subst. = AD- 
VENA q. v. IX 3685 (Marsi Marruvium) : 
ob [merita q_]vae ab inevnte aeta[te] 
sva civibvs vel adve[nl]entlbvs exhibere 
[cons]vevit. 

ADVENIO, -IRE. ■ To come (to) », 
« go (to) » , « arrive » . [Form atventvm, 
III 9314 (Salonae)]. VI 329 = 30738 
(Rome): Hercvles [i]nvicte, san[c]te 

SlLVANI NEPOS, HIC ADVENISTI NE QVID HIC 

fiat mali (as transcription of Gk. epigram, 
Kaibel, Epigramm. 1138: b tov Jibg 

16 



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ADVE 



flttX$ xu/j.iiixot '//<Hfx//\- ivO&St XttVOIr 

xH- (ATjS&v undo) xaxov)] VI 33865 
(Rome, y. 348): advenit hospes Roma- 
nvs i'rinceps in Vrbem; Ilim. Datnasi 
Epigram. 13 (Borne, f, 4 th ) : advenivnt 

SVBITO RAPIVNT QVI FORT£ SEDENTEM ; XIV 

525 (Ostia): maritoa svo d • venienti 
(sic — marito sue ad. venienti); Hiibn. 
Hisp. 4(51) (Asturia. 913): (ille) adve- 

NIENS A CORDVVENSI (Sic) PATRIA J XIII 

2402 (Lugudunum, f): advenit fragile 

(SIC) PATRI CVM CONIVGE LVCTVS ; Hllbll. 

Hisp. 142 (Legio. 630): sp(iritv)s ad- 
venien5 d(omi)ni; V 1721 (Aquileia): 

DEBITA, NON OPTATA, DIES IVVENILI ADVENIT 

aetate; XII 2104. Le Blant 401 and 
ibid. N. R. 444 (Vienna, f) : cvm dies 
D(omi)ni advenerit; XIII 7234 (ager 
Moguntiacensis) : advenit fatis t[e]rmi- 
nvs ips[e m]eis. Note III 9314 (Salonae) : 

QVISQVIS ES, ATVENTVM (sic) NOSTRVM 

contempla sepvlcrvm, i. e. « the tomb 
to which you have come ». [Cf. ADVE- 
N1ENS above]. 

ADVENTICIVS. « Stranger » . [Cf. AD- 
VENA, ADVENTOR]. VI 29129 (Rome) : 
. . . per qvos cvlpari solemvs, cavete, 
qvoniam avditoria et adventi[c]i pro- 
ximi est. legite ! 

ADVENTO, -ARE. « To come ■ , «ar- 
rive ». (As adveaio). Ill 7512 (Arru- 
bium): [ad^ventantibvs [c]ollegis fe- 

LICITER ! 

ADVENTOR. « One who arrives » , 
« stranger » . [Cf. ADVENA, ADVENIENS, 
ADVENTICIVS]. [Form ATVENTOR, 
II 5439 (Lex Ursoneasis, 44 B.C.)]. 
II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis) IV 1 1. 31 : 

COLONOS GENETIVOS INCOLASQ.VE HOSPI- 

tes[qve] atventoresqve ; XIV 2978 
(Praeneste): colonis, incolis, hospit[i- 
bvs], adventoribvs; XI 6167 (Snasa): 
mvnicipib(vs), incoleis, hospitib(vs) et 
adventorib(vs); V 6668 (Vercellae): mv- 
nic[ipibvs, incolis, hospitibvs. a]dven- 
torib[vs]; IX 5074 (Interamna) : mvni- 
CIPIBVS, coloneis, incoleis, hospitibvs, 
adventoribvs; IX 5075 (ibid.): mvnici- 
[pibvs, coloneis, incoleis], hospitib[vs, 
advento]ribvs; III 7728 (Dacia): ad- 
ve[n]tor hvivs teiwpli ; XIII 5659 (Ver- 
tillum): d ea[e sic~\ Fort[vnae] dona- 
v[it] advento[r? or cog domed?) \ VI 



33145 (Home): (ilia) adventoribvs hvivs 
monvmenti (i. e., perhaps, the deceased) 
sva inpensa d(onvm) d(edit). 

ADVENTVS, -VS. «Arrival». [Ab- 
brev., advent.. I p. 274 = I 2 p. 268 
(Fasti Philoeali); adv.. Ill 11743 (No- 
ricum)]. VI 1527 (Rome, Laud. Tun'ae, 
15. C.) : [vbi] adventvm mevm expecta- 
st[i]; III 1412 (Aquae. 161): a primo 
adventv svo; VI 11252 (Rome): svsti- 

NEO IN AETERNO TORO ADVENTVM TVVM ; 

V 6731 (Vercellae, -{-): adventvm sponsi 

NVNC PRAESTOLANTVR OVANTES ; Cami. Lat. 

760 (Rome, f): adventvm s(an)c(t)i credo 
gavdere me ivste ; Rossi 1029 (Rome, 7, 

532): MEMBRA BEATA ... IN ADVENTV GLO- 

RiFiCANDA Dei. — Esp. of the arrival of 
the Emperor, VI 2043 (Rome, ArvaL 
63): OB adv[entvm Neronis Clavdi]; 

VI 2078 = 32374 (ibid., 118): ob ad- 
ventvm [imp. Caes. Traian. Had]riani, 
and ob adven[tvm favstvm eivsdem]; I 
p. 274 == V p. 268 (Fasti Philoeali, 
354): advent(vs) Divi ; III 3633 (ager 
Aquincensis) : adventvi . . . Avgg. ; II 2850 
(Tarraco): adventvi Dd. Nn. et C(ae)- 
s(arvm); XIII 3570 (Nervii, 1 st ): ad- 
ventv eivs; III 11743 (Noricum, 3 d ): 
pro sal(vte) et [a]dv(entv). 

ADVENTVS, as title of Jupiter; with 
peculiar symbolism as genius of the ar- 
rival (adventus) of the emperor, (trans- 
ferred from 4 th to 2 n<1 decl.). Ill 6340 
= 8303 (Dalmatia): I(ovi) O(ptimo) 
M(aximo) Advento, et pro salvte et 
v(i)c(to)rias (sic) Imp(eratoris). 

ADVERNVS. Name of a local deity, 
probablv identical with Mercurius Ar- 
vernus. [See ARVERNVS]. XIII 6603 
(Miltenberg): Adverno. L. Valerivs At- 
ticvs [i]mp(erio) i[p]s(ivs). 

ADVERSARIVS. Subst. «Adversary, 
« opponent ». [Forms: advorsarivs, I 198 
(Lex Repetuttd., 123-122 B.C.) XXV; 
arvorsarivs, ibid. XX; arvosarivs, Rev. 
Arch. (1901) p. 469 = Annee Epigr. 
(1901) p. 51 (Nomentum, devotio)~]. 

(A) In the law-courts and in public 
life. I 198 (Lex Repetund., 123-122 

B. C.) XX: ARVORSARIO EDAT EOS OMNES, 

and facitoqve coram arv[orsario] ; ibid. 

XXIII: IOVRET PALAM APVD SE CORAM a[r- 

vorsario]; ib. XXV: [pe]r evm pr(ae- 



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ADVE 



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torem) advorsarivmve ; Annee Epigr. 
(1900) p. 26 (Rome, Land. Turiae, 8-2 
B. C.) frgmt. : [a]d • versariorvm (sic) 

CVSTODIBVS APSENTIAM (sic) MEAM LOCV- 

pletasti; III 11882 (Brigantium): ad- 
ve[rs]a[rh] (illius); VIII 10570 (Saltus 
Bnrunitanus) : cvm (Mo) adv[er]sario 

NOSTRO. 

(B) In gladiatorial and circus contests. 
XI 1070 (Parma): pariter cvm adver- 
sary (of gladiators); Rev. Arch. (1901) 
p. 469 = Annee Epigr. (1901) p. 51 
(Nomentum, devotio) : arvosarivs avt (?) 
arvosaria; Rev. Arch. (1902) p. 436 and 
(1903) p. 151, Annee Epigr. (1903) p. 28 
(Hadrumetum, devotto) : nec ante se nec 
adversarios (svos) videant. 

ADVERSVM (ADVORSVM, AD — 
VORSVM, ARVORSVM). Prep. [Cf. AD- 
VERSVS]. 

(A) Of direction, « towards ». I 577 
= X 1781 (Pnteoli, lex parieti faciendo, 
105 B. C.) 1. 12: ex eo pariete antas 
dvas ad mare vorsvm proicito ; I 1143 
(Praeneste, B. C): ad L. Tondei (sc. 
aedes) vorsv [cf. ADVERSVS]. 

(B) Of opposition, "against". I 196 
(S. C. de Bacchanalibm, 166 B. C.) : qvei 

ARVORSVM EAD FECISENT (sic) ', IX 782 

(Luceria, B. C): sei oj/is arvorsv (sic) 
hac faxit ; I 197 (Lex Bantiae, 133-118 
B. C.) 1. 18; advorsvm h(ance) l(egem); 
ib. 1. 25 : advorsvm hance legem ; VI 1377 
(Rome, 2 nd ): proelia adversvm Germa- 
nos; VI 1783 (Rome, 431): adversvm 
casvs condicionis hvmanae. 

ADVERSVS. [ADVORSVS, AD VER- 
SVS, AD — VORSVS?, AD — VERSVS, 
ATVERSVS], Adv., prep. -Toward", 
«against". [Forms: advorsvs, I 197 
(Lex Bantiae, 133-118 B. C.) 1. 9 ; I 198 
(Lex Repetund., 123-122 B.C.) 1. 30; 
I 204 (Lex Antonia de Termess., 71 
B. C.) I 10. — ad versvs, I 206 (Lex 
Lul. Mimic., 45 B. C.) 11. 18, 107; VI 
14672 (Rome); XIV 166 (Ostia). — 
ad — vorsvs?, ad — versvs, see below, 
§ (B). — atversvs, II 5439 (Lex Ur- 
sonensis, 44 B. C.) Ill 1. 24; III 3. 20; 
III 5. 17; IV 1.23, 24, 43, 45; IV 2. 
27, 35, 49 ; IV 3. 30. — Observe post- 
positive use, VI 27593 (Rome). — Ab- 
brev. : ad — vorsv, I 1143 (Praeneste, 



B. C); advers., Ill 10471 (Aquincum); 
adver., Ill 14437 2 (Man. Tropaeum)]. 

(A) As adv. XIII 5708 (Andemantun- 
num, 1 st ) : [qvod] ita factvm non fverit, 

ADVERSVSVE ALIOJ/IT (sic) FACTVM FVERIT. 

(B) In the form AD — VERSVS, of di- 
rection: «toward". [Cf. VERSVS]. VI 
874 (Rome): ad camp(vm) versvs; VI 
22297 (Rome): ad Appia(m) versvs; VI 
29772 (Rome): ad Viam Campana(m) 
versvs; VI 36126 (Rome): ad villam 
versv(s?); I 1143 (Praeneste, B. C.) : ad 
L. Tondei (sc. aedes) vorsv(s); 1X3513 
(Fnrfo, 58 B. C): ad aedem versvs; VIII 
2728 (Lambaesis): ad meridiem versvs. 

(C) Of opposition: « against ». In laws 
and prohibitions, « contrary to » . I 197 
(Lex Bantiae, 133-118 B.'C.) 1. 9: ad- 
vorsvs hance legem; I 204 (Lex Anton, 
de Termess., 71 B. C.) I 10: advorsvs 
hanc legem; I 198 (Lex Repetund., 133- 
132 B. C.) 1. 30: dvm neiqvid advorsvs 
h(anc) l(egem) fiat; 1 1502 (Mediola- 
nium, B. C.) frgmt.: adversvs h(anc le- 
gem), and adversvs; VI 10298 (Rome); 
II 1963 (Lex Salpensana, 81-84) XXVI, 
XXVII; II 1964 (Lex Malacitana,Sl-S4) 
LIX: adversvs h(anc) l(egem); XII 6038 
(Narbo, 1 st ): adversvs hanc legem; I 206 
(Lex ltd. Mimic, 45 B. C.) 1. 112: ad- 
versvs eam legem; VI 930 (Rome, 1 st ): 
adversvs leges, rogationes plebisve scita 
senatvsve consvlta ; X 1579 (Puteoli) : 
adversvs legem (sic) et conventionem ; 
X 1401 (Herculaneum, 1 st ): adversvs id 
s(enatvs) c(onsvltvm); I 1409 = XI 
4632 (Lex Tudertina, B.C.): adversvs 
hanc rogationem; VI 15221 (Rome): ad- 
versvs hoc propositvm; VI 13484 (Rome): 

ADVER[s]vS ADVERSVS (sic) HANC SCRIPTV- 

ram. — Esp. freq. in the phrase adversvs 
ea (i. e. siqvis, or qvi, adversvs ea fe- 
cerit, or the like), I 206 (Lex ltd. Mit- 
nic, 45 B. C). 11 97, 107, 124, 139, 140; 

I 627 (Rome, B.C., frgmt.) twice; II 
5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 44 B. C.) II 2. 
6, 14, 21; III 1. 24; III 3. 20; III 5. 
17; IV 1. 43; IV 2. 27, 35; IV 3. 30; 

II 1963 (Lex Salpensana, 81-84) XXV; 
II 1964 (Lex Malacitana, 81-84) LVIII, 
LXI: II 5181 (Lex Metal. Vipasc, 1 st ) 
1. 44; Eph. Epigr. IX p. 1. Tav. (Lex 
Mun. Tarentiivi, B. C); VI 5305, 8750, 



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ADVI 



10284, I 1672, 27593, 35876 (Rome); 
XIV liiii (Ostia); IX 186 (Brundisrom) ; 
XIII 5708 (Anddmantunnum, L 8t , testam. 
Dasumii). — Q_voTibNscv,v\Q_vE q_yrr (sic) 
M\bKsvs i\ i hi Kir, II 5489 (Lea Ur- 
sonensis, 15 B. C.) 11. IV 1.24, 15; IV 
2. 27, 49; IV 3. 11. — I 206 (Lex lul. 
Munic.i 45 B. 0.) 1. IS: qvei ad versvs 

EA EORVM <iy[o]l 1-RVMENTVM DEDERIT J II 

5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 45 B. C.) II 2. 

10: SI ADVERSVS EA MORTVVS INLATVSPO- 

sitvsqve erit; ibid. IV 1. 23: si qj/is 

ADVERSv(s) EA SEDERIT . . . [siv]t Q_VIS AT- 

versvs ea sessvm DvxERiT ; ibid. IV 2. 46 3 
IV 3. 7: si q_vis adversvs ea ad decv- 
riones rettvlerit; X 2015 (Puteoli) : si 

ADVERSVS ea ALIQ_VI INRVMPERE temptave- 

rint. — VI 3608 (Rome): advers[vs] 

VOTA PARENTVM. 

(D) Of opposition to enemies, rivals, 
opponents (or hostile statements) «Against" . 
VI 31856 (Rome, 2 nd ) : adversvs Casta- 
bocas et Mavros rebelles ; III 1919 
(Epetium): dvci ... adversvs Arm[orica- 
no]s; XI 5210, 5211 (Fulginiae, 1 st ): 
praef(ectvs) avxiliorvm adversvs Ger- 
manos; III 14437 s (Mun. Tropaeum): 
adver(svs) Dac(os); III 6687, Pais 475 
(Berytus) : adversvs Itvraeos in Libano 
Monte: Annee Epigr. (1900) p. 55 
( Oescus, 2 nd ) : adversvs hostes Ca[rpos] ; 
II 2959 (Pompaelo, 119): adversvs con- 
tvmaces ; II 4114 (Tarraco): adversvs 
rebelles; III 10471 (Aquincum): ad- 
vers(vs) defectores et rebelles; Rev. 
Arch. (1903) p. 467 (Heliopolis, 1 st ): 

ADVERSVS Q_VOS EXPEDITIONEM fecit. — 

VI 10114 (Rome, 2 nd ): maximvs panto- 

MIMORVM. CORONATVS ADVERSVS HISTRIONES 

et omnes scaenicos artifices; III 11882 
(Brigantium): Qvisqyis adversvs il^am 
loclvt(vs est) (sic) ; VIII 10570 (Saltus 
Burunitanus) : adversvs colonos; VIII 
2218 (Numidia, f): si Devs pro nobis, 
qvis adversvs Nos ? = St. Paul, Ep. ad 
Rom. 8. 31. — V 2781 (Patavium, 4 th ) 
1. 35 : adversvs omnes . . . calvmnias. 

(E) In sense of erga, « towards ». VI 
1 : '> 7 3 2 (Rome): liberta impia adversvs 
(ilium), patronvm svvm. 

ADVERSVS, -A. -VM. Part, as adj. and 
Bubst [Of. ADVERTO]. (1) « Facing », 
« opposite », «in front ». XIV 3911 



(Aquae Albulae): Tibvris adversae do- 
minvs qva despicit aedem ; Pais 732 (Co- 
mum) : CITCVMITV ADVERSI [te RITE] NO- 

tavi sepvlcri. (2) ■ Adverse », « uufa- 
vorible ». VI 23551 (Rome?) = X 6620 
( Velitrae?) : adverseis(s/c) ... [ominibvs]; 
VI 20370 (Rome): adversis ... ominibvs; 
III 12131 (Tlos): adversae fortvnae ar- 
bitriis; VIII 9473 (Caesarea) : adversis 
casibvs. — Neut. plur. as subst. : » Ad- 
versity ■ . X 8249 (Minturnae, devollo) : 
incida(n)t omnia in adversa ! ; Rev. Arch. 
(1902) p. 345 no. 49 (Africa): miscens 
adversa sicvdis (sie = secundis) ; Carm. 
Lat. 700 (Vienna, f, 518): maetvensqve 

(SlC) PROSPERA, SEMPER ADVERSA RIDENS. 

ADVERTO, -ERE. (ADVORTO). « To 
turn to », * direct towards ». [Form ad- 
vorto, I 201 = XIV 3584 (EpisL ad 
Tiburtes, ca. 159 B. C.) 1. 4]. (A) Of 
money. « to divert » to improper uses. 
Eph. Epigr. IX p. I tav. (Lex Man. Ta- 
rentiui, B. C): (pecuniam) neive fra[v]- 

DATO NEIVE ADV^O ?]rTITO. (B) With 

animvm and ace. [Cf. ANIMADVERTO]. 
« To turn ones attention to " , «to take 
into consideration », « punish ». I 201 = 
XIV 3584 (Epist. ad Tiburtes, ca. 159 
B. C.) 1. 4: EA SENATVS animvm advortit 

ITA VTEI AEQVOM FVIT. Note ANIMa(m) 

adverto, II 6278 (S. C. Italicease, 176-7) 

1. 2: NOSTRI PRINCIPES . . . ANIMA ADVER- 
TERVNT QJ/AE CAVSA ILLI MORBO VIRES DA- 
RET ; X 7852 (Sardinia, 69): qvod si in 

CONTVMACIA PERSEVERASSENT, SE IN AVCTO- 
RES SEDITIONIS SEVERE ANIMA ADVERSVRVM. 

ADVIOLO, -ARE (in form ATVIOLO). 
• To violate », « injure ». [= VIOLO 
q. v.] XIV 1153 (Ostia): qvisq_vis hvnc 

TITVLVM SIVE MONVMENTv(m) SIVE SEPVL- 
CHRVM EST DEASCIAVERIT, ATVIOLAVERIT, 
VENDIDERIT. 

AD VI VO, -ERF. k To live on, or along » , 
■ to live ". (Hardly stronger than VIVO). 
[Forms: atvixsi, X 2503 (Puteoli); at- 
bixit, VI 17297 (Rome); atvivet, Carm. 
Lat. 504 (Rome). Note I 37 (Rome, 
Scipio-epitaph) frgmt. : [oj]o • ad veixi 
is rather quoad veixi than adveixi. Cf. 
VI 9403, 19915, 23817 (Rome). — Ab- 
brev., advix., VI 28005 (Rome)]. 

VIII 16580 (Theveste): dvm advivo, 
f(aciendvm) c(vravi); V 4057 (Mantua) : 



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Q_VAE CVM ADVIVERET, TESTAMENTO SVO 

praececepit (sic) . . . ; X 3529 (M isenum) : 

SEPVLCHRI LOCVM IPSE SIBl DVM ADVIVERET 

[elegit]; VIII 8(312 (Sitifis): monv[men- 

TVm] FIL|(a)e Sv(a)e DVM ADVIVERET FE- 

cit]; VI 12735 (Rome): conivgi svae 

SANCTISSIJVVAE, Q_VAE DVM AD • VIXIT (sic) 

fvit; VIII 500 (near Ammaedara) : cvm 

ADVIVERET TVMVLVM CVRAVIT ; VI 10215 

(Uome): advivente eo; X 2496 (Pnteoli): 

nobis cvm advixeris vna ; X 2503 (ibid. ) : 
q_vos svper atvixsi (sic) (se)pthmq_(ve) 
decemq_(ve) diebvs); Carm. Lat. 504 
(Rome) : natos . . . qvos svper atvivet vi- 
tanqve (sic) MISERRIMA dvcet ; VI 149(31 

(Rome), IX 4782 (Fornin Novum): qvi 
advixit ann(os) mi. — Note almost in 
sense of convivo, VI 17267 (Rome): bixit 
(sic) ... , ATBIXIT MECVM ... j VI 28005 
(Rome): cvm qvo advix(it) sine qverela 

PER ANNOS XX. 

ADVLATIO. ■ Adulation > , ■ flattery » . 
VI 1759 (Rome, 389): non advlatione 

. . . SED IVDICIO. 

ADVLESCENS, (ADOLESCENS). Adj. 
and subst. ■ Young » , « vouug person » . 
(Note XII 2069 (Vienna," f) of a baby 
of four years and seven days!). [Forms: 
regularly advlescens. — adolescens, IX 
4370 (ager Amiterninus), III 3589 (Aquin- 
cum), VIII 1440 (Thubursicum Bure), 
XII 2406 (Augustum, 547. — Le Blant 
394 reads adoliscens); adoliscens, XII 
1792 (bet. Valentia and Vienna, 516), 
2069 (Vienna, 524); advliscens, Carm. 
Lat. 787 (Rome, f,5 th ), Bull. Com. (1904) 
p. 290 = Rev. Arch. (1904) p. 301 = 
Annee Epigr. (1904) p. 18 (Lugudunum, 
438); advlesces, VI 33919a (Rome). — 
Note abl. advlescenti, VIII 828 (Turca). 
— Abbrev. : advlc. (sic), III 2659 (Sa- 
lonae, 443); advlesc, V 1926 (Concor- 
dia) ; advlescentib., Ill 13044 (Salonae)]. 

(A) As adj. XI 2599 (Montalcino. f, 
347): filio eivs advlescenti; III 3589 
(Aquincum) : in memoriam Avreliani ado- 

LESCENTIS NEPOTIS AETATE INTEGRA. 

(B) As subst. VI 2606 = XIV 2429 
(near Rome): sapienti et innocenti adv- 
lescenti; V 5400 (Comum): advlesc[en- 
tis] innocentissimi ; Carm. Lat. 787 
(Rome, -f-, 5 th ): simplex advliscens; VI 
33538 (Rome): optimo advlescenti, pien- 



TISSIMO ET INFELICISSIMO; VIII 1663 

(Sicca Veneria): sanctissimvs advlescens; 
XII 1390 (Vasio): advlescenti(s ca>- 
rissimi; V 5127 (Bergomum): advlescens 
omni[bvs virtJvtibvs instrvctissimvs; 
Rev. Arch. (1905) p. 476 no. 123 (Thu- 
burnica): optim(a)e indolis advlescens; 
IV 968 (Pompeii, graffito): (ilium) ve- 
recvndvm advlescentem aed(ilem) o(ro) 
v(os) f(aciatis); ib. 1012 (ibid.): (ilium) 
egregivm advlescentem aed(ilem) o(ro) 
v(os) f(aciatis); V 1926 (Concordia): 
advlesc(enti) probo; VIII 9182 (Maur. 
Caesariensis) : advlescenti scholastico; 
XII 1792 (bet. Valentia and Vienna, 516), 
2069 (Vienna, 524): bon(a)e memori(a)e 
adoliscens; XII 2406 (Augustum, 547): 
bon(a)e memori(a)e adolescens i(n)te- 
gr(a)e carnis; V 5202 (near Bergomum): 

PVERI INNOCENTISSIMI, ADVLESCENTI (sic) 

svmmae aeqvitatis j V 4870 (Benacenses) : 

ADVLESCENTI CLARISSIMO, FILIO AMANTIS- 

simo; VIII 828 (Turca): filio svo flo- 

RENTISSIMO, [. . . .]TISSIMO ADVLESCENTI; 

VIII 1440 (Thibursicum Bure): nobili 
viro, piisimo (sic) adolescenti; X 2056 
(Puteoli) : imfirm(a)e aetatis advlescenti; 

IX 4370 (ager Amiterninus): adhvc ado- 
le[s]cens feci; V 532 (Tergeste, 2" c] ): 

Q_VAMVISADMODVM ADVLESCENS; VI 33919$ 

(Rome): advlesces (sic), tam ■ etsi (sic) 

PROPERAS, HIC TE SAXOLVS (sic) ROGAT VT 

se adspicias ; VI 17130 (Rome): advle- 
scens Q_VEM PHRYCIA (sic) EDIDIT TELLVS. 

Add VI 6257 (Rome); XI 1147 (Veleia, 
2 nd ); III 2659, 13044 (Salonae), 3684 
(Pannonia Inf.), 10532 (Aquincum); Rev. 
Arch. (1904) p. 301 = Annee Epigr. 
(1904) p. 18 (Lugudunum, 438); Bram- 
bach 1065 (Moguntiacum). 

ADVLESCENTIA, (ADOLESCENTIA). 
. Youth ». VI 1727 (Rome, 4 th -5 th ): a 
primis advlescentiae annis; XII 1858 
(Vienna): [ab adv]lescent[i]a sva; VI 
32326 (Rome, Comm. Lud. Saec, 204 
I 18: [te]mpvs adolesce[ntiae]. Note 
use as adulescens, VI 4379 (Rome, f) : 

O Q_VANTA PIETAS FVERAT IN HAC ADVLE- 
SCENTIA ! 

ADVLO, -ARE, in good sense: « To 
pray humbly to >. VI 7898 (Rome) : 

CVMQ_VE PATER MATERQJ/E DEOS PRO ME 

ADVLARENT. 



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ADVLTER. Subat. ■ Adulterer ». VI 
5802 (Rome): sic praedo hinc aberit, 
neq_(ve) advlter erit; VI 20905 (Rome); 

(ilia) MANVMIS^A GRATIS, SECVTA ADVLTE- 

k\m; XIII 10D17 ■" (Gallia, graffito on 
rase): advltbr q_vinio (sic = qvinto?) 

SVM EM TVS (,S'/<?). 

ADVLTERO, -ARE. « To falsify », 

- alter -. VI 22915 (Rome): si q_vis evm 
titvl(vm) advi.teravrit (sic). 

ADVLTVS. Part, as adj. and subst. 

- Grown up ■ . - adult » . [Note false forms, 
adaltvs, Rossi 710 (Rome, ■]-. I 12): dvl- 
tvs, X 4505 (Capua, f, 557)]. 

(A) Adj. Rossi I 710 (Rome, f, 442): 

GERMANl FRATRES ADALTI (sic) VNA DIE 

mortvi et pariter tvmvlati svnt; VIII 

9519 (Caesarea): qvi sacro tvmvlo lo- 

CAVIT MEMBRA DI1.ECTI PIGNOR1S, LAMEN- 
TATOR AETATIS ADVLTAE, INFELIX Svi.PIClVS ; 

Brambach 484 (Colonia) : paren[s a]dvl- 

TAE PROLIS. 

(B) Subst. VIII 1U41 (Sicca Veneria, 

2 nd ): IN LOCVM ADVLTI VEL DEMORTVI | X 

4505 (Capua, -J-, 557) : (Me) clarissimvs 

DVLTVS (SIC)- 

ADVNO, -ARE. «To unite». VIII 
2615 (Lambaesis, 200): advnatis mi re- 

GIBVS, IN PROVINCIAM NVMIDIAM INRVPE- 

rant; Rossi 1029 = Carm. Lat. 1374 
(Rome, f, 532): mitis advnavit divisvm 

PASTOR OVILE. 

ADVOCATIO. Sing, or plur. The pro- 
fession or duties of ADVOCATVS, q. v. 
VI 1759 (Rome, 389): cvivs primaevitas 

OFFICIO SEDI VrBANAE ADVOCATIONIS EXER- 
CITO F1DEM IVNCXIT (SIC) 1NGENIO; VIII 

11341 (Sufetula): (Mi) fvncto adv[o- 
caItione fisci : V 4332 (Brixia) : (Me) 
... AD fisci advocationes promotvs : VIII 
2757 (Lambaesis) : (Mi) ad fisci advo- 
cationes TER NVMERO PROMOTO. 

ADVOCATVS. Subst. In law, ■ coun- 
sellor -. u advocate », « lawyer ». (Cf. 
cavsidicvs, ivris peritvs. [Forms : Azfio- 
xarov and 'Atovoxutov, VIII 12511 (Car- 
thago). — Abbrev. : adv., Eph. Epigr. V 
p. 531 (Zama Regia); advo., XI 414 
(Ariminum), VIII 2004 (Cuicul); advoc, 
XI 5410 (Asisium)]. 

(A) Advoealus simply so called, VI 
9487 (Rome): (Mi) ivris perito de pri- 

MIS IVSTISSIMO, ADVOCATO DE SINGVLARIBVS 



FiDELissiMo ; III p. 881 and p. 1686 
(tithe/. Dioclet.) 72: ADVOCATO SIVE ivris 

PERITO (= ()tX()).nyii) inn i oillxih) MERCEDIS 
IN POSTVLATIONE [(ietUtHOS) DVCENTOS 
QVINQVAGINTA, IN COGNITIONE (deiiarios) 

mili.e; XI 15 (Ravenna): (Mi) c(laris- 

SIMO) V(IRO), FIDELISSIMO IN ANN1S [l]v- 

v[~e]nalib(vs) ADVOCATO; VI 33829 

(Roma): (Mi) [b]onae indolis [a]dvo- 
cato; V11I 2775 (Lambaesis): (illius) 
advocati Karthag(ine). Add III 9510 
(Salonae, f, 431), VIII 2393 (Thamti- 
gadi), 2734, 2743, 18227 (Lambaesis), 
20102 (Cuicul). 

(R) Advoealus fisci (dating from Ha- 
drian's reign on), an imperial official for 
the settlement of litigation arising out of 
the payment of moneys to the fiscus q. v.. 
in Rome and the provinces. [Cf. DEFEN- 
SOR, PATRON VS]. VIII 1174 (Thu- 
burbo Minus. 2 1 "') : (Mi) advocato fisci 
Romae; IX 1682 (Beneventum): (Mi) 

v(lRO) P(ERFECTISSIMO), ADVOCATO FISCI 

svmmae rei ; VI 1704 (Rome): (Mi) fisci 
advocato per Italiam ; VIII 822 (Turca) : 
(Mi) p(erfectissimo) v(iro) ... ad[v]o- 
cat[o] fisci provinciar(vm) xi ; XIV 154 
(Ostia), VIII 1439 (Thubursicum Bure) : 

(Mi) v(lRO) e(gREGIO), FISCI ADVOCATO CO- 

DICILLARI stationis hereditativm et co- 
haerentivm; IX 2565 (Bovianum Unde- 
cimanorum): [adv]o[c]ato fi:>c(i) sta- 
t(ionis) hereditati(vm) ; Eph. Epigr. V 
p. 531 no. 1203 (Zama Regia): fisc(i) 
adv(ocato) xl Galliarvm. Add XIV 3643 
(Tibur, 172); III 6075 (Ephesus); VIII 
7078 (Cirta), 12020 (Zama Regia), 18909 
(Thibilis). 

(C) Advoealus publictis, or popidi, or 
rei publicae, in the municipal towns, as 
officials. XI 414 (Ariminum): (Mi) ad - 
vo(cato) pvblico; XI 2119 (Clusium): 
advocato popvli; V 3336 (Verona) : po- 
pvli advocato; XI 5416 (Asisium): ad- 
voc(ato) reip(vblicae); VIII 2064 = 
10899 (Cuicul): (Mi) ivris perito, <t)vnc 
advoc(ato) reip(vblicae) ; VIII 4604 
(Diana): advocato fidelissimo rei pv- 
blicae; ib. 4602 (ibid.): [a]d[v]o[c]ato 

FIDISSIMO, RES PVBLICA DlANENSIVM d(ono) 

d(edit)- 

(D) In transferred sense, « intercessor ». 
Bull. Arch. Cr. (1808) p. 34 and (1898) 



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p. 170 (Rome, f): sancti martyres apvd 
Devm et (Christvm) ervnt advocati. 

(E) As name of race-horse. VIII 12511 
(Carthago, devotio in Greek) 1. 9: Ax- 
fioxarov, 1. 20 : 'Arovoxuzov. 

ADVOCO, -ARE. » To call upon », 
« summon ». [Form ADVOCAPIT, see 
below]. 

(A) « To call upon « , « invoke » , the 
gods. I 28 = VI 2104 (Rome, Arval. 
218, — the ancient carmen Arvale): se- 
mvnis alternei advocapit conctos, re- 
peated three times; VI 32326 (Rome, 
Comm. Lud. Saec, 204) frgmt. : [svo 

preca]tv ADVOCABVNT. 

(B) « To summon » men (to heaven). 
V 2 p. 619 no. 2 (Mediolanium, f): hic 

QVIDAM SVBMERSVS CORPORE CONDITVS IACET, 
SED RESERANS COELVM (sic) ADVOCAT IPSE 

Devs. 

ADVOLA. As name of race-horse. VI 
10053 and Notiz. (1902) p. 511 = Annee 
Epigr. (1903) p. 36 (Rome): Advola 
af(ro). [From name of gladiator in Mar- 
tial, Epigr. V 25, this has generally been 
regarded as abbrev. of Advola(nte)]. 

ADVORTO, -ERE. See ADVERTO. 

ADVRO, -ERE. « To burn » , « inflame ■ 
(with love). VIII 12507 (Carthago) : 

VRATVR SVCESA (SIC), ADVRATVR AMO(Re) 

ve(l) desideri(o) Svcesi (sic). 

ADVSQVE, AD VSQVE. [Cf. VSQVE], 
Prep. « Up to ». (A) Of place. Ill 247 
(Ancyra, 362). advsqve Tigridem; VIII 
7994 (Rusicade): advsqve concamara- 
tiones. (B) Of time. VIII 9592 (Cae- 
sarea, f) : in saecvlo fvit ad vsqve vii 
idvs decem[b]r(es); VI 1756 a (Rome, 
395): aeternos hev! Roma tibi qvi po- 
scerlt annos, cvr non vota tvi vixit 
ad vsqve boni? (C) Of number. II 6278 
(S. C. Italiceiise, 176-7) 34: xn ad- 
vsqve XV. 

ADVSTIO, in plur., medical term : 
■ Burning » , « smarting of the eyes » . 
XIII 10021 71 (Gallia, oculist's stamp): 
[ad] svp(pvrationes) et [ocvl(orvm) 
ad?]vsti(ones) ; ib. 10h (ibid.): chloron 
ad adv(stiones); ib. 22 ° (ibid., a pastil- 
lum): [ad ad]vst[iones ?]. 

[ADYRMP (sic) on amphora handle 
(Rome). XV 2678. Dressel I. c. conjec- 
tured connection with the Libyan tribe 



Adyrmachidae, but the inser. is probably 
a name : A. Dyrm(ivs) P(. . .)]. 

[ADYTVM. See ADITVS. [N. B., the 
forms ADITIS etc. may best be considered 
as variants of ADITIBVS etc., rather than 
of ADYTIS]. 

AE. See EX. 

AEAC1DES = 'Aiaxtfrjg. Name of 
Achilles, as grandson of Aeacus. Ill 686 
(Fhilippi): nam velvt Aeacide (sic) lav- 
davit corpvs A[c]hill[i] clarvs Ho- 

MERVS. 

AEACIVS = Aiaxiog. « Built by Aea- 
cus. or Aiax ». [Cf. Carm. Lat. 1527«, 
note]. VIII 2581 (Lambaesis, 2 nd ): moe- 
nia qvi r.isinni aeacia, qv'i colis arcem 
Delmatiae, nostri pvblice lar popvli ! 

AEBISOCI, AEBOSOCI. In a list of 
ten tribes of Spain, II 2477 (Aquae Fla- 
viae, 7!»): civitates x ..., Aebisoc(i), 
apparentlv in Gallaecia. A woman of 
that tribe (?), II 2527 (Vallis Minii): 
(ilia) Aeboso(ca). [Cf. NEBOSOCI]. 

AEBORNVS. See EBVRNVS. 

AEBOSOCA. See AEBISOCI. 

AECAE. A town of Apulia, between 
Beneventum and Barium, now Troia. In 
list of Praetorian soldiers, VI 2381 = 
32522 (Rome, 2 nd ): L. Geminivs L. f. 
Pa[p(iria)] Maximvs, Aec(is). 

AECANVS. Adj. and subst. « Of Ae- 
cae », « citizen of Aecae », q. v. V 8582 
(Aquileia, f): hic positvs est (ille), civis 
Aecanvs Apvlvs; IX 1619 (Beneventum, 
2 nd ) : (ille) cvrator rei pvblicae Aeca- 
nor(vm). 

AECATE. See HECATE. 

AECETIA. [Archaic for *AEQVITIA. 
Cf. AEQVITAS]. «Justice», * Fairness » , 
personified: I 43 = XI 6708 1 (Volci, 
a patera): Aecetiae pocolom. [Cf. Ae- 
qvitia as cognomen, as VIII 4054 (Lam- 
baesis)]. 

AECLA. See AEDICVLA. 

AECLANENSIS. Adj. and subst. « Of 
Aeclanum » , « Aeclanensian » q. v. [Form 
Aetlan(ensis),III 10471 (Aquincum, 2 nd )]. 
IX 1187 (Aeclanum) frgmt: col(onia) 
Aecl(anensis); ib. 1188 (ibid.): [c]o- 
l(onia) Aecl(anensis) ; ib. 1156 (ibid,, 
2 ud ): in colon(ia) Aeclan(ensi); ib. 1230 
(ibid.) : col(oniae) Aeclane(nsis) ; ib. 
1199 (ibid.) : [. . . A]eclan(ensis) et Abel- 



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AKDK 



linatis; IX L006 (ager Compsinus) : prin- 

c[e]ps col(oniae) Akci am jns(is); IX 1:177 
(Aeclanum, f, 494): i i-.cron sanctae ae- 
clesiae (tie) Abclanensis; IX 670 (Au- 

Bculum): [Aecl]ankn ivm [colo]ni\: III 
In 171 (Aquincum, 'J'" 1 ): cvr(ator) Ae- 
tlan(ensivm) (sic) ; IX 1128 (Aeclanum): 
ordo ClVlTATES (.svc) Aeclanensivm : ih. 
1 1 7S (ibid.) : spl[endidis]sinivs ordo [Ae- 
clanensivm; ib. 1151 (ibid.): cvrat(or) 
splend(idissimak) coi.(oniae) Aeclanen- 
sivm; VI 1419 (Rome, 3 d ): [cvratori 
re]i i'vblicae Aecianensivm: X lit) ( Vol- 
cei, 2 1 "') : cvratori kalendari r(ei) p(v- 
bi.icae) Aeclanensivm. Note: via Aeci a- 
nensis, a road connecting the Via Appia 
at Aeclanum with the Via Traiana at 
Herdoniae. Ill 145(3 (Sarmizegetusa, 
238): cvratori ad r'OPVL(vm) vi[ar(vm)] 
Traianae et Avreuae [et] Aeclanen- 

SIS. 

AECLANVM. A town in Samnium. on 
the Via Appia, fifteen miles east of Be- 
neventum. [Ruins at Le Grolle. near 
Mirabella]. IX 1111 (Aeclanum, 167) : 
[coi.onia] Aelia [Avg(vsta)] [Ae]cla- 
[n]vm: ib. 6083" (Aeclanum. signacu- 
lum): (illius) c(oloniae) A(eliae) A(v- 
gvstae) A(eclani) s(ervi) ark(arii) (sic); 
ib. 1154 (ibid.): (illi) sacerd(oti) Av- 
gvstae Aeclano ; ib. 1170 (ibid.): (illi) 
decvrio[ni A]eclani ; ib. 1425 (Aequuni 
Tuticum): dec(vrio) Aeclani ; XII 4379 
(Narbo): (Me) aedil(is) co[l(onia) Ae]- 
clano; VI 2379 = 32520 (Rome, 2 nd , 
list of Praetorian soldiers) 1. 48: Q^_ 
Babrivs Ferox Aeclano. 

A c CLANVS. Adj. « Of Aeclanum » , 
q. v. XII 4526 (Narbo): (Me) [Ae]cla- 

NVS. 

AECLESIA- See ECCLESIA. 

AECORNA. See AEQVORNA. 

AEDES. Primarily perhaps * « hearth » ; 
hence « room » , - dwelling » , * building - . 
[Cf. AEDIFICIVM]. Specifically, in sing., 
«shrine», «temple»; in Chr. inscrr., 
« church ». [Cf. TEMPLVM. FANVM, 
SACRARIVM, SACELLVM, DELVBRVM, 
AEDICVLA]. « Tomb ». [Cf. SEDES AE- 
TERNA, DOMVS AETERNA, DOMVS 
ROMVLA, AEDICVLA. SEPVLCRVM, 
MONVMENTVM. MEMORIA etc.]. In 
plur., « house ». [Cf. DOMVS]. 



317 = P p. 236 (ibid.) Apr. 
328 = I 2 p. 248 = X 6638 



Synopsis of arrangement. 

l Forms and abbreviations. 

II. Usk. (A) In general, of public buildings, 
sacred and profane, d!) Of aedes x/icrae, 
dedicated to particular divinities. (C) In 
Christian use. as « church ». (I)) Of build- 
iny-s sacred to the manes of the dead. « Tomb», 
(K) In plur., « house », « dwelling «. 

I. Forms: archaic AIDES, I 32 = VI 
1287 (Rome, Scipio epitaph., 3 d B. C), 
\ 7296 (Panhormus, B. C). — Norn, 
sing. AEDIS, I 2<)6 (Lex Iul Mimic, 
45 B. C.) 1. 30: I p. 313 = P p. 232 
(Fasti Praeneslini, B. C. 2 - A. D. 9) Jan. 
27; 1 p. 314 = P p. 233 (ibid.) Mar. 
2; I p. 315 = I 2 p. 234 (ibid.) Mar. 
20; I p. 316 = P p. 235 (ibid.) Apr. 
10; I p. 
28; I p. 

(Fusti Aniiates, 50 A. D.) Aug. 18; VI 
29844 21 (Forma Lrbis Romae); X 3787 
(Capua). — EDES, VI 32446 (Rome), IX 
5813 (Polentia), Hiibn. Hisp. 469 (Legio, 
913), XIII 6276 (Buconica), 6403 (Hei- 
delberg), Annee Epigr. (1899) p. 4 (Bonn), 

— Gen. EDHS (sic). VI 32446 (Rome). — 
Ace. sing. AEDE. AIDE, I 32 = VI 1287 
(Rome, Scipio epitaph, 3' 1 B. C), VI 9664 
(Rome), IX 3513 (Furfo, 58 B.C.), VIII 
17831 (Thamugadi), Hiibn Hisp. 100 
(Cisimbrium, 630), XII 2927 (Ucetia). — 
Abl. sing, aedi, X 5779 (Ceretae Maria- 
nae, 4 B. C). — Note in aedem, ace. for 
abl.. VI 2042 (Rome, Arval 59), 2160 
(ibid.. 81) 1. 15. — Ace. plur. (regularly 
aedes), aedis, I 551 = X 6950 (Polla, 
132 B. C); II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 
44 B. C.) II 1 1. 30; VI 27788 (Rome), 
Le Blant 369 (Sion, +). 

Abbrev. AED., freq. in Italv, as VI 
8709, 9177, 30907 (Rome); XIV 352 
(Ostia), 2233 (Mons Albanus), 2510 (ager 
Tnsculanus), 2918, 2922, 4091 9 (Prae- 
neste), 3593 (Tibur); I 1305 = IX 4053 
(Carsioli)s I p. 329 = I 2 p. 249 == X 
6638 (Fasti Antiates, 50); X 6463 (Se- 
tia); IX 5052 (ager Hadriauus), 6242 
(Sipontum). — AEDIB., Ill 1084 (Apu- 
lum). — A., see above, p. 9, col. 1 (13). 

— Note that the word aedes = « temple » 
is often omitted, as ad Cereris etc. (Cf. 
above s. v. AD, p. 67 col. 2 (b at end). 



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II. Use. (A) In general, of public 
buildings, sacred and profane; aedes sa- 

CRAE, AEDE5 PVBLICAE. I 206 ( LeX Iul. 

Mimic, 45 B. C.) 1. 29: qvae via [in- 
t]er aedem sacram et aedificivm locvm 
ve (sic) pvblicvm et inter aedificivm pri- 
vatvm est, erit; ib. 1. 30: inq_va (sic) 

PARTE EA AEOIS (sic) SACRA ERIT; ib. 1. 57 : 
AEDIVM SACRARVM DEORVM INMORTALIVM 

cavssa aedificandarvm ; II 5439 (Lex 
Ursonensis, 44 B. C.) II 1. 1. 30: qvot- 

CVMQVE PECVNIAE STIPIS NOMINE IN AEDIS 
SACRAS DATVM, INLATVM ERIT ; ib. 1. 33: 
El DEO DEAEVE, CVIVS EA AEDES ERIT ; ib. 
1. 35: QVO MINVS IN EA AEDE CONSVMA- 
TVR, AD QJ/AM AEDEM EA PECVNIA STIPIS 
NOMINE DATA, CONLATA ERIT ; X 7296 

(Panhormus, B. C.) : titvli heic ordi- 

NANTVR ET SCVLPVNTVR AIDIBVS SACREIS ; 

I 551 = X 6950 (Polla, 132 B. C): 

FORVM AEDISQVE POPLICAS HEIC FECEI ; VI 

934 (Rome, 78): Vespasiano Avgvsto 

... RESTirVTORI AEDIVM SACRARVM ; X 5200 

(Casinum) : (Mi) cvr(atori) et instavra- 

TORI AEDIVM PVBLICARVM. — Note AEDES 

applied to the local senate-house, VIII 
14436 (Prov. Procons., 326-333): aedem 
sive cvriam. — Esp. in titles of various 
building-commissioners etc. in the imperial 
service, temple guardians and the like. 
cvrator aedivm, VI 360 (Rome, 166), 
XI 417 (Ariminum, 1 st ). — aedivm cv- 
rator, V 4348 (Brixia). — cvrator ae- 
divm sacrarvm, VI 857 (Rome, 159), 
858, 1517, 1546 (Rome), 33856 (Rome, 
154), Annee Epigr. (1900) p. 30 (Rome), 
XIV 2233 (Mons Albanus), 2505, 2507-10 
(ager Tusculanus, 3 d ), 2922 (Praeneste, 
2 nd ), 4091 9 = XV 2297 -(Praeneste, te- 
gula), IX 3306 (Superaequum, 2 nd ), III 
10336 (Pannonia Inf.), Annee Epigr. (1899) 
p. 37 (Africa, 2 nd ). — cvrator aedivm 

SACRARVM LOCORVMQ.VE PVBLICORVM, VI 

855 (Rome, 150). — cvrator opervm 

PVBLICORVM ET AEDIVM SACRARVM, XIV 

3599 (Tibur, 2 nd ), II 4510 (Barcino, 2 nd ). 

CVRATOR AEDIVM SACRARYM ET OPERVM 

pvblicorvm, XIV 3593 (Tibur). — cv- 
rator AEDIVM SACRARVM ET OPERVM LO- 

corvmqve pvblicorvm, VI 30967 (Rome, 

192). D1SPENSATOR RATIONIS AEDIVM 

SACRARVM ET OPERVM PVBLICORVM, X 529 

(Salernum). — aedis cvstos civivm Ro- 

Thes. linguae lat. epigr. 



MANORVM LEGIONIS XIII, III 1158 (Apil- 
lum). CVSTOS AEDIS SACRAE, VI 435 

(Rome). — ■ aeditvvs ab aede, VI 3879 
= 32450 (Rome, 1 st ). [Cf. AEDITVVS, 
FANATICVS]. — In the towns, pontifex 

VOLCANI ET AEDIVM SACRARVM, XIV 47, 

72, 324, 325, 352 (Ostia). — aedil.s 
(or II vir) viis aedibvs sacris pvblicis 
procvrandis (Pompeii), cf. above p. 9, 
col. 1 (13). 

(B) Of aedes sacrae dedicated to par- 
ticular divinities. [Some of these were 
evidently mere shrines (aediculae). Cf. 
Ruggiero, Dis. Epigr. I pp. 140-1]. — 
AEQVORNA. I 1466 = III 3776 
(Nauportus, B. C): (Me) mag(ister) vici 
aedem Aeqvornae ... f(aciendam) coir(a- 
vit). — ANTONINVS ET FAVSTINA, 
on the Roman Forum (now S. Lorenzo 
in, Miranda), VI 2001 (Rome, 213): in 

AEDE DIVI [PlI ET DIVAE FaVSTINAe]. 

APOLLO- In Rome: (1) outside Porta 
Carmentatis, between Forum Holitorium 
and Circus Ftaminius, near Tkeatrum 
Marcelti, R. G. divi Aug. cap. 21, 1. 22 : 

THEATRVM AD AEDE (sic) ApOLLINIS = QsCC- 

tqov TiQog to) 'AnolXawog vaih; [perhaps 
here belongs VI 45 (Rome, 4 th ): Apol- 
lini sancto . . . aedem]. (2) On the Pa- 
latine, built by Augustus, R. G. divi 
Aug., cap. 21 1. 24: in aede Apollinis = 
«V ... vauj ArtoXXoovog ; ib. cap. 24 1. 53 : 

IN AEDE APOL[Ll]NIS = SV ^W VttU) TOV 

'ATioMcovog; I p. 329 = I 2 p. 249 (Fasti 
Antiates, 50) Oct. 9 : Avg(vstvs) aed(em) 
Apol(linis) ded(icavit) ; VI 32327 (Rome, 
Comrn. Lud. Saec, 204) 1. 7 : in Pa- 
latio in aede Apollinis ; ib. 1. 22: in 
Palatio in area aedis Apollinis. (3) 
Merely an aedicula, site not known, VI 

26: AEDEM CVM SIGILLO APOLLINIS. 

Elsewhere, X 6463 (Setia): Apollinis 

AEDEM ET CIRCA AEDEM MVROS J III 534 

(Corinthus) : aedem et statvam Apollinis 
Avgvsti ; III 567 (Delphi, 1 st ) : Delphis 
in latere aedis (sc Afotlinis)\ VIII 12058 
(Muzuc): Apollini Avgvsto sacr(vm). 
aedem ... — BEL1NVS. V 1829 (Iulium 
Carnicum) : aedem Belini ... refecere. — 
BELLONA, (DVELONA). (1) a. Bello- 
nae (Pvlvinensis) in Rome, at w. end of 
Circus Flaminius, I p. 287 = P p. 188 
= p. 192 = XI 1827 (Arretium, elo- 

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A p. Claudius): aedem Bellonae 
r; 1 196 = X KM , ,v. Q. de Bacch., 

186 B. G.) 1. 2: SENA1VM CONSOLVERVNT 
(Sic) •-. APVD AEDEM DVELONAI I VI 490 

Die): ex aede Bellonaes Pvlvinesis 

[sic) ianaticvs; VI 2232 (Rome) : fana- 

TICO DE AEDE BELLONAE PvLVIn(enSIS). 
CVIVS MONITO HASTA IN AEDE BELLONA (sic) 

in l.vco dicaia est; VI 2233 (Rome): 

CISTOI'HORO AEDIS BELLONAE PVLVINENSIS. 

— (2) a. Bellonae Rvfiliae, in Rome. 
site not known, probably not far from the 
temple of I sis aud Serapis (Reg. III). VI 
2234 (Rome): ab aedem (sic) Bellon(a)e 
Rvfiliae. — (3) In Ulubrae, X 6482: 
aedem Bellonae . . . f(ecit). — BONA 
DEA. (1) In Rome, a mere aedicula, 
VI 67: Bon(ae) Deae restitvt(ae) simv- 
lacr(vm) in tvt(elam) insvl(ae) Bolan(i) 
posvit, item aed(em) dedit. (2) In Ae- 
fnla. XIV 3530 (A. D. 88): Bonae Deae 
Sanctissimae Caelesti ... aedem. (3) In 
Aquileia. V 761 : Avgvstae Bonae Deae 
Cereri[a]e sacrvm ... aedem fecit (Me). 
— CAELESTIS DEA. VIII 993 (Karpis): 
aedem ... Caelesti Deae. — CAESAREI 
AEDES, in the Lucus Deae Diae of the 
Fraires Arvales, in honor of deified 
members of the imperial house. [Cf. CAE- 
SAREVM]. VI 2060 (Rome, Arval, 81) 
1. 15 : INDE CVM in aedem Caesarei con- 
sedissent, and 1. 16: in aede sacrificio 
facto. — CAPITOLIVM = Iuppiter, 
luno, Minerva. Rev. Arch. (1903) p. 154 
(Africa): aedem Capitoli cvm porticibvs 
et arcv et statvis. — CASTOR (et 
POLLVX). (1) In Rome, on the Forum. 
I p. 313 = P p. 232 [Fasti Praenestini) 
Jan. 27: aedis [Castoris et Po]llvcis 
dedicat[a est]; I 197 ( Tab. Bantina, 
133-118 B.C.) 1. 17: [pro ae]de Ca- 

STORVS (SIC) PALAM LVCI IN FORVM VORSVS; 

I 201 = XIV 3584 (Epist. ad Tiburtes, 
B.C.) 1. 1: svb aede Kastorvs (sic); 
R. G. divi Aug. cap. 20 1. 13: basilicam 

QVAE FVIT INTER AEDEM CaSTORIS ET AE- 
DEM Satvrni = Ba<r([/;xi ( j' vrjv. /utra'Sv 
x~\ov rt vaov vwv Jioffxo^Qmv xai Kqo- 
vov']; VI 363 (Rome): (Me) [ar]gen- 
[t]ar(ivs) post aedem Castoris; VI 9177 
(Rome) : (Me) [ar]gen[t]arivs pos (sic) 
aed(em) Cast(oris); VI 2203 (Rome); 
aeditvi de aede Castoris et Pollvcis; 



VI 9872 (Rome): sagario post aedem 
Castoris; VI 10024 (Rome): [. . .] post 
aedem Castoris. — (2) Elsewhere. XIV 
376 (Ostia, 2 nd ): idem aedem Castoris 
et Pollvcis rest(itvit); XIV 2918 (Prae- 
oeste): aedit(vvs) aed(is) C(astoris) P(ol- 
lvcis); Dessau 6214 = Notiz. (1901) 
p. 280 = Annee Epigr. (1901) p. 51 
(Tusculnm): aed[it(ws) a]edis Ca[st(o- 
ris) et] Pol(lvcis); I 1150 = XIV 6505 
(Cora, B. C): aedem Castoris Pollvcis. 
— CERES. [Cf. demeter below], (a) in 
Rome. a. Cereris (Liberi Liberaeque)\\Qzx 
the Circus Maximus. VI 9969 (Rome): 
[v]estiarivs ab aede Cerer(is). — (b) In 
Ostia. XIV 375 (2 n<1 ): (Me) aedem Ce- 
reris constitvit. — CONCORDIA, (a) In 
Rome, on the Forum, at the foot of the 
Capitoline. Freq. as meeting place of the 
Fratres Arvales, VI 2051 (Rome, Arval, 
69): [in a]edem Concordiae ; ib. 2056 
(ibid., 78): 11.16.23,30: in aede Concor- 
diae ; ib. 2060 (ibid., 81) 1. 32: [in aede] 
Concordiae; ib. 2064 (ibid., 86) 11. 27, 
48 : in aedem Concordiae ; ib. 2065 (ibid., 
87) 1. 50: in pronao aedis Concordiae; ib. 
2066 (ibid., 89) 1. 8: in pronavo aedis 
Concordiae; ib. 2068 (ibid., 91) 11. 25, 
27: in pronao aedis Concordiae; ib. 2075 
(ibid., 105) 1. 11 : [in pronao aedis Con- 
c]ordiae, 1. 29: in aedem Conc[ordiae]; 
ib. 2078 = 32374 (ibid., 118) 11. 10, 
26, ib. 2080 (ibid. 120) 11. 13. 22: in 
pronao aedis Concordiae ; ib. 2081 
(ibid., 122) 1. 2: [in pronao] aedis Con- 
cordiae; ib. 2084 (ibid., 139) 1. 1, 2086 
(ibid., 155) 1. 11: in pronao aedis Con- 
cordiae; ib. 2099 (ibid., 183) 1. 9: ;n 
pronao [ae]dis Concordiae. — VI 89 
(Rome, 4 th ?): s. p. q_: r. aedem Concor- 
diae ... restitvit; VI 2204-2208, 32446 
(Rome) : aeditvvs aedis Concordiae. — 
(b) Elsewhere, VIII 757 (Gales, 235-8): 

AEDEM CVRIALEM CONCORDIAE \ VIII 12569 

(Carthago): aedem Concordia[e]. — DEA 
DIA, in the grove (lucus) of the Fratres 
Arvales on the Tiber near the fifth mile- 
stone of the Via Porluensis. VI 2042 
(Rome, Arval, 59): in aedem (sic) in 
foco sacrificio facto; VI 2059 (ibid., 
80) 1. 21 : OB ferrvm inlatvm in aedem, 
and 1. 24: ob ferrvm de aede elatvm; 
VI 2067 (ibid,, 219) L 3: aed(es) clvsa 



AEDE AEDE 131 

e[st]; VI 2099 (ibid., 183) 1. 22: in Avg(vstae) sacrvm cvm aede; VIII 17831 

fastigio aedis Deae Diae, and 1. 23 : ad (Thamugadi) : Fortvnae Avg(vstae) 

aedem Deae Diae. — DEMETER. [Cf. CE- aede(m) ; XIII 1732 (Lugudunum, 221): 

RES], X 3685 (Ciimas): aedem Deme- deae Fortvnae (Me) aedem dedicavit. 

tros et qvae circa [eam aedem sv]nt GENIVS (mostly mere aedicttlae). (a) In 

et porticvs ... restitvervnt. — DIANA. Rome, VI 213 (A. D. 181): signvm geni 

IX 6242 (Sipontum) : aed(em) Dianae; centvriae cvm aede marmoribvs exornata 

XI 5820 (Iguvium): aedem Dianae re- et ara; VI 214 (A. D. 185) : genivm cen- 

stitvf.ndam; III 12298 = 14203 31 (Pa- tvriae, [si]g[n]vm, ar[a]m, aed(em?) ; VI 

ramythia) : Dianae Tenacrae sacrvm . . . 223: aedem genio o (= centuriae). 

aedem cvm signo. — DIVI, in Ronie, on (b) Elsewhere. X 772 (Stabiae): aedem 

the Palatine. VI 32379 (Rome, Arval, geni Stabiar(vm), [delapsijs marmori- 

145) 1. 24: in Palatio in aede Divorvm. b(vs), [v]exata [aeJde, restitvit; IX 2629 

— DOMITIA AVGVSTA. XIV 2795 (Aesernia) : [ge]nio aedem, porticvm, cv- 
(Gabii, 2 nd (sic)): in honorem memoriae linam; X 7222 (Lilybaeum) : aedem genio 

DOMVS DOMITIAE AVGVSTAE ... AEDEM FE- COl(onIAe) Avg(vSTAE) LiLYBIt(aNORVm) ; 

cervnt. — FAVSTINA. (a) In Rome, VIII 18227 (Civ. Lambaesitana) : genio 

see above, ANTONINVS. (b) At Bovillae, Lambaesis Avg(vstae) ... aedem. — HER- 

XIV 2416 (2 nd ): ante dedicationem aedis CVLES. (a) In Rome. {I) Of Hercules 

(sc. Faustinae). — FIDES. Id Rome, Victor, probably a mere aedicula, site 

aedes Fidei Populi Romani on the Ca- not known. I 541 = VI 331 (Rome, elo- 

pitol. In tabulae houestae missionis, X gium of C. Mummius): hanc aedem et 

769 = III 2 p. 844 (Stabiae, 52) : Romae signv(m) Hercvlis Victoris imperator 

in Capitolio aedis Fidei Popvli Romani dedicat. (2) a. Herculis, near Porta Col- 

parte dexteriore; IIP p. 854 (Kloster- Una. VI 30899 (Rome): Hercole (sic) 

neuburg, 80): in Capitolio post aedem aedem valvasqve fecit. (3) a. Herculis 

Fidei p. R. ; IIP p. 856 (Thebae Aegypti, Musarum, in the Porticus Philippi near 

86), ib. p. 857 (Klausenburg, 86): in the Circus Flaminius. VI 29844 21 (For- 

Capitolio ...ad aedem Fidei p. R. ; III ma Urbis Romae): aedis Hercvlis Mv- 

p. 2328 64 (Sirmium, 60) : Romae in Ca- sar[vm]. (4) Uncertain. VI 332 (Rome, 

pitolio in aede Fidei [p. R.]. — FLORA. 2" d ) : (Me) mi v(ir) v(iarvm) cvr(anda- 

In Rome, near the Circus Maximus. I rvm) aedem (sc. Herculis Victoris) cvm 

p. 317 = I 2 p. 236 (Fasti Praeneslini) omni cvltv consecravit. (b) Elsewhere. 

Apr. 28 : aedis Florae . . . dedicata est. XIV 3543 (Tibur, 1 st ) : Hercvli Saxano 

— FONS. VIII 2656 (Lambaesis, 4 th ): sacrvm. ... aedem, zothecam, cvlinam .. . 
aedem Fontis. — FORTVNA. (a) In restitvit; XIV 3911 (Aquae Albulae — 
Rome, site not known. VI 8706: (Me) referring to aedes Herculis at Tibur): 

AEDITVS (Sic) AEDIS FORTVNAE TVLLIANAE; TlBVRIS ADVERSAE DOMINVS QVA DESPICIT 

VI 9664: aede Fortvnae ad Lacvm Are- aedem; I 1145 = X 5961 (Signia, B. C): 

tis. (b) Elsewhere. XIV 375 (Ostia, Hercolei . . . aedem ; XI 5400 (Asisium) : 

2 nd ): idem aedem Fortvnae constitvit ; in aedem Hercvlis; IX 5052 (ager Ha- 

XIV 2864 (Praeueste): manceps aedis drianus, 55 B.C.): aed(em) Herc(vlis) ; 

(sc. Forlunae Primigeniae), 2867 (ibid., V 1830 (lulium Carnicum): aedem Her- 

2 nd ): in pronao aedis; XIV 4002 (Fi- cvlis; ib. 1831 (ibid.) : aedem Hercv[lis]. 

culea): aedem Fortvnae et Victoriae .. . — HONOR, (a) In Rome. (1) a. Ho- 

commvnivit; X 6554 (Velitrae): aedes son's et Virtutis, built by Marius, site 

Fortvnae; X 1557 (Puteoli): ad signa- uncertain, apparently on the lower slopes 

tionem aedis Fortvnae signvm panthevm of the Capitoline, (arx). I p. 290 XXXIII 

... dono dedit; X 820 (Pompeii): aedem = P p. 195 XVIII == XI 1831 (Arre- 

Fortvnae Avgvstae; IX 4181 (Amiter- tium, elogium of Marius): aedem Honori 

num): [ae]dem Fortvnae; XI 4216 (In- et Virtvti victor fecit. (2) a. Honoris 

teramna) : ad aedem [Fortvnae] Melioris ; et Virtutis, on Via Appia outside Porta 

III 1014 (Apulum) : Fortvnae Svpere (sic) Capena. R. G. divi Aug. cap. 11 1. 29: 



182 



AJEDE 



AEDE 



[ae]des Honoris et Virtvtis ad Portam 

[Capenam]. (b) At Pateoli, I 577 (lex 

ieti faeiundOy 1<»"> B. C.) II 1. 10: 

ad aedem Honorvs (sic). — ISIS. X 84(3 
(Pompeii): aedem Isidis . . . restitvit; V 
I" II (bet Mantua and Verona): aedem 
Isidi ... fecit; V 54(59 (Angera): Isidi 
. . . aedem; VIII 2630 (Lambaesis, 158): 

[ls]lDI ET [S]ERAPI ... AEDEM. [Cf. SeRAPIS, 

below]. — IVLIVS. In Rome, a. divi Iuli 
on the Forum Romaaum. R. G. divi Aug. 
cap. 19 1. 2, cap. 35 1. 31 : aedem Divi 
Ivli = vabv &soS \J~^ovXiov, ib. cap. 21 
1. 24: in aede divi Iv[l]i = iv . . . vaih 
'IovXiov; I p. 328 = P p. 248 (Fasti 
Antiates) Aug. 18: aedis divi Ivli de- 
d(icata); VI 2051 (Rome, Arval, 69) 
1. 55: in aede divi Ivli. — IVNO. (a) In 
Rome. (1) a. lunonis Lucinae, on the 
Esquiline. I p. 314 = I 8 p. 233 (Fasti 
Pracaesiiai) Mar. 1 : Ivn[o]ni Lvcinae 
E[s]qviliis qvod eo die aedis ei [de- 
dica]ta est. (2) a. lunonis Reginae, on 
the Aventine, near S. Sabina. R. G. divi 
Aug. cap. 19 1. 6 : aedes ... Ivnonis 
Reginae ... in Aventino = vaovg . . . 
" Hoaz BaOiXtdoq ... iv Aovevrivoi. (3) a. 
In /io nis, in the Porticvs Octaviae. VI 
29844 21 {Forma Urbis Romae): aedis 
Ivnonis. — (b) Elsewhere. X 4660 (Ca- 
les) : ab angiporto aed(is) Ivnonis Lv- 
cinae; V 412 (Montona): Ivnoni Fero- 

n[iae] (Ula) AEDEM, SIGNVM, POr[ti]cVS 

d(e) p(ecvnia) s(va) d(edit). — IVNO- 
NES. V 781 (Aquileia): ivnonibvs sa- 

CRVM. AEDEM, SIGNA III, PORTIC(vs) CVM 

maceris (sic) [et] cvlina. IVPPITER. 

(a) In Rome. (1) a. Iovis Optimi Ma- 
/, on the Capitol. VI 32323 (Rome, 
Comm. Lud. Saec, 17 B.C.): in Capi- 
tolivm ante aed[em] Iovis and AD AEDEM 
Iovis; III p. 846 (Geiselbrechting, 64, 
tab. honestae missionis) : in Capitolio 
post aedem Iovis O(ptimi) M(aximi). (2) 
a. Iovis Feretri, on the Capitol. R. G. 
divi Aug. cap. 19 1. 5: aedes in Capi- 
tolio Iovis Feretri etc. = vaovg iv 
KamtwXitjjj Jibq Tgonaio(p6oov x. %. X. 
(3) a. Iovis Sfatoris, on the Velia. VI 
2028 £ (Rome, Arval, 38) 1. 32: in aede 
Iovis Statoris. (4) a. Iovis Libertatis, 
on the Aventine, site unknown. R. G. divi 
Aug. cap. 19 1. 6: aedes ... Iovis Li- 



bertatis in Aventino = vaovg... 4iog 
' EXivdf-Q'ov iv 'Aovfvrivo). (5) a- Iovis, 
in the Portions Octaviae. VI 29844 21 
{Forma Urbis Roiuae): aedis Iovis; VI 
8708 (Rome): aeditvvs de aede Iovis 
Porticvs Octaviae. (6) a. Iovis Pro- 
/•uqnatoris, on the Palatine, site unknown. 
VI 2004 (Rome, 190, 198, 200), 2009 
(Rome, 217, 221, 235. 238): in aede 
Iovis Propvgnatoris. (7) a. Iovis To- 
nantis, on the Capitol, R. G. divi Aug. 
cap. 19 1.5: aedes in Capitolio ... Iovis 
Tonantis = vaovg iv KamrioXun . . . 
Jibg Bgortr](Tiov. (8) Various shrines 
(aediculae). VI 401 (A. D. 139): Iovi 
Optimo Maximo et Ivnoni Reginae, Mi- 
nervae Avg(vstae) et genio loci ipsivs 
... aede vetvstate dilapsa ; VI 425: Iovi 
Optimo Maximo Salvtari [a]edem, voto 
svscepto ; VI 30940: aedem aramqve 
I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) et Silvano 
sancto. — (B) Elsewhere, X 925 (Pom- 
peii): aedem Iovis; X 5142 (near Atina, 
144): aedem fecit, Iov[e]m marmorevm 
posvit; X 5160« (Casinum): aede[m 
I]ovis; X 5575 (Fabrateria Nova): a[e- 
de]m Iov(is); X 5779 (Ceretae Marianae, 
4 B. C): Iovi aer[i]s et dis indigetibv[s] 

CVM AEDICL^a] (sic) ET BASE [ET Ae]dI ET 

porticv; X 6483 (Ulubrae): aedem cvl- 
toribvs Iovis Axo[rani ded]it ; I 603 
= IX 3513 (Furfo, 58 B. C.) 1. 1 : aedem 

DEDICARVNT IOVIS LlBERI FVRFONE, and 
1. 4: HOIVSQ_VE AEDIS, AD EAM AEDE (sic), 

and 1. 5 : ad aedem versvs, stipitesqve 
aedis, and. 1. 7 : ad eam aedem. [Cf. in 
same inscr., id templvm]; XI 5375 (Asi- 
sium): Iovi Paganico sacr(vm) ... aedem 
cvm porticibvs; III 13981 (Dalmatia) : 
I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) Depvlsori ... 
aedem; VIII 2579 £ (Lambaesis): Iovi 
Valenti has aedes; Rev. Arch. (1905) 
p. 205 (near Cirta) : [I]ovi Avg(vsto) . . . 
aedem et simvlacrvm ; II 2008 (Nescania) : 
Iovem Panthevm Avg(vstvm) cvm aede 
et tetrastylo. — IVVENTAS. In Rome, 
a. luventatis in the Circus Maximns. 
R. G. divi Aug. cap. 19 1. 8: aedem 
Ivventatis = vabv Ns6ti]to\_c~\ ; ib. cap. 
35 1. 31 (= appendix): aedem ... Iv- 
v[entatis]. — LARES. (A) At Rome. 
(1) a. Larum, on the Summa Sacra Via, 
site unknown. R. G. divi Aug. cap. 19 



AEDE 



AEDE 



133 



1. 7: AEDEM LaRVM IN SVMMA SaCRA VlA 

= ijQowv nobg tfj I^Qn 'Odip ; ib. cap. 35 
1. 31 : aedem . . . larvm. (2) A mere ae- 
dicula (lararium). VI 440 (Rome) : (Me) 

AEDEM ET LA-REM RENOVAVIT (sic) EX VOTO. 

(B) Elsewhere, I 1305 = IX 4053 (Car- 
sioli, B. C): aed(es) Lar(vm). — LIBER. 
[Cf. above, s. v. CERES, IVPPITER], 

(A) In Rome, apparently a mere aedicula. 
VI 30965 (Rome) : sancto deo Libero 
patri ... aedem restitvit. (B) Elsewhere, 
X 5045 (Atina) : liberi aedem ... fecit; 
I 1469 = III 1784 (Narona, B.C.): 
(/lie) aedem Leiberi Patrvs (sic) facivn- 
d(aiyi) coir(avit). — MAIA. Ill 740 
(Constantinopolis) : (Me) signa et aedem 
Maiae, Mercvri . . . f(acivnda) c(vravit) 
idemq_(ve) dedicavit. — MARS. (A) In 
Rome, a. Martis Ultoris in the Forum 
of Augustus. R. G. Divi Aug. cap. 35 
1. 31: aedem Martis; VI 8709 (Rome, 
1 st ): aeditvo aed(is) Martis Vltoris. 

(B) Elsewhere. XI 3614 (Caere, 113- 
114): in pronao aedis Martis ; XI 5805 
(Iguvium): [M]arii Cyprio ... signvm 

MARMOREVM EX VOTO POSV1T ET AEDEM . . . 
REFECIT, ADIECTO PRONAO ET COl[vMNIS]. 

MATER MAGNA. (A) In Rome, a. Ma- 
tris Deum Magnae Idaeae on the Pala- 
tine. I p. 816 = I" p. 235 (Fasti Proe- 
nestini) Apr. 10: lvdi in Circo M(atri) 
D(evm) M(agnae) I(daeae) in Pal[atio], 
q_vod eo die aedis el dedicata est ; r. 
G. divi Aug. cap. 19 1. 8: aedem Matris 
Magnae in Palatio = [rflTjov Mr t TQog 
Qswv iv Ilalaxic). (B) PJlsewhere. X 
333 (Atina) : (Me) aedem Matri Magnae, 
et porticvm q_vi (sic) est ante aedem, 
et cellam sacerd(otis) . . . fec(it) ; III 
1953 (Salonae): (Me) aedem Matr(i) Ma- 
g(nae) ... f(aciendam) c(vravit) idemq_(ve) 
dedic(avit) ; ib. 1954 (ibid.): (Me)... 
Matri Devm aedem ... f(ecit) ; ib. 8675 
(ibid.): Matri Magnae Cognationis (/lie) 

... AEDEM ET ARAM ... FECIT; ib. 2676 = 

9707 (Tragurium) : aedem Matri Magnae 
. . . fecervnt ; ib. 14243 (Dalmatia) : 
D(evm) M(atri) M(agnae) aedem REFECIT 
et ampliavit; XIII 1759 (Lugudunum): 
Matris Avg(vstae) ... aedem cvm ara. — 
MATVTA. X 4660 (Cales) : aedem Ma- 
tvtae. — MERCVRIVS. [Cf. above, 
MAIA]. (A) In Rome, by the Circus 



Max/mm, site unknown. VI 1492 (101): 
in cvria aedis Mercvri. (B) Elsewhere. 
V 4266 (Brixia) : (Me) Mercvrio aedem 

ET SIGNVM SOLO SVO EX VOTO DEDIT ; III 

5533 (Iuvaum) : Mercvrio aedem fecit 
et signvm posvit ; III 5773 (Abudiacum, 
211): deo Mercvrio Cimiacino ... aedem 
fecit et signvm posvit ; HI 5792 (Au- 
gusta Viudelicum) : Mercvrio ... aedem 
et signvm; VIII 12006 (Sarra, 212): ae- 
dem Mercvrio Sobrio, and eandem aedem 
cvm pronao ; VIII 12007 (ibid., 3 d ): ae- 
dem Merc[vrio Sobrio]; XIII 1769 (Lugu- 
dunum) : Mercvrio . . . aedem et signa dvo 
cvm imagene (sic); XIII 3177 (Prov. Lu- 
gudunensis) : signvm Mercvr(i) cvm sva 
aede; XIII 6276 (Buconica): [deo Mer- 
cvrio] edem (sic) cvm signo. — MINERVA. 
(A) In Rome, a. Minervae, on the Aven- 
tine, site not known. I p. 234 = P p. 315 
(Fasti Praeaestini) Mar. 21; [Minervae] 
aedis in Aventino eo die est [dedicata]; 
R. G. Divi Aug. cap. 19 1. 6: aedes Mi- 
nervae etc. ... in Aventino = vaovg 
'Adrjvag x.t.X. ... iv Aovevcivty : ib. cap. 
35 1. 31: aedem ... Minervae; I p. 273 
(Fasti Polemii S/lvii, 448-449) Sept. 13; 

HOC DIE ROMAE IN AEDE MlNERVALI PER 
MAGISTRATVM ANNIS SINGVLIS EX AERE CLIPEI 

figebantvr. (B) Elsewhere. V 1892 (Con- 
cordia): circa aedem Minervae ; XI 5263 
(Hispellum) : [aede]m Minervae; XIII 
3075 (Turoni): nvminibvs Avgvstorvm et 
deae Minervae ... [a]edem cvm s[vis or- 
namentis]. — MITHRAS. XIV 61 (Ostia): 
aedem (sc. M/thrae) cvm svo pronao. — 
NEPTVNVS. (A) In Rome, in Regio IX 
Circus Flaminius. VI 8423 (Rome): 
aeditvo aedis Neptvni q_vae est in Circo 
Flamin(io). (B) Elsewhere. X6104(For- 
miae) : aedem Nept(vni) lapid(ibvs) varis 
(sic) s(va) p(ecvnia) ornav(it); XI 126 
(Ravenna): in aede Nept(vni); III 3778 
(Nauportus) : Neptvno Avg(vsto) sacrvm. 
(Me) aedem et porticvm fecit ; VIII 2653 
(Lambaesis, 158): aedem Neptvni ; XIII 
6403 (Heidelberg): Neptvno edem (sic) 
cvm signo. — NVMINA AVGVSTORVM. 
VII 239 (Eburacum): Nvminibvs Avgv- 
storvm) ET DEAE Iov[. . .] AEDEM. [Cf. 

above, MINERVA]. — NYMPHAE. See 
below, SILVANVS. — OPS. (A) In Rome, 
a. Opis on the Capitol, site unknown. VI 



l;M 



AEDE 



AEDE 



2059 (Rome, Arval, 80) 1. 11: in Ca- 

PITOIIO IN AEDEM Ol'lS SACERDOTES CON- 

vhnekvnt. (B) Elsew here. XIV 3007 
(Praeneste): [aeditws?] aedis Opis. — 
PANTHEVM. Ill 7058 (Pisidia): Pan- 

TMEO AEDEM ET ARAM. PENATES. Iq 

Rome, a. Deum Penatium on the Velia. 
R. G. Divi Aug. cap. 1!) 1. 7: aedem 

devm Penativm in Velia = }jQ<j>(OV 0eu)V 
Kctioixnh'wv iv 'OvtkCa ; lb. cap. 35 1. 31 : 

AEDEM ... DEVM PENATIVM. PIETAS. 

VIII 5418 (Calama): a[e]de(m) Pietatis. 

— PLVTO. Ill 5796 (Augusta Vindeli- 
cum) : Plvtoni et Proserpinae ... aedem. 

— POMONAE (plur.) X 531 (Salernum): 
ad exornandam aedem Pomonis. — PRO- 
SERPINA. See above, PLVTO. — QVI- 
RINVS. In Rome, a. Quirini, on the 
Quirinal. R. G. Divi Aug. cap. 19 1. 6, 
and cap. 4b 1. 31 : aedem Qvirini — vabv 
Kvqhv[o]v. — RITONA. XII 2927 (Uce- 
tia) .* (Me) Ritonae aede(m), v(otvm) 
s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito). — ROMA. 
XIV 73 (Ostia): aeditvvs aedis Romae 
et Avg(vsti); X 6485 (Ulubrae, 132): 
aedem Ro[mae et] Avgv[sti]. — SALVS. 
XI 361 (Ariminum) : h(aec) a(edes) S(a- 
lvtis) A(vgvstae)?; IX 427 (Venusia): 
aedem Salvti. — SATVRNVS. In Rome, 
a. Batumi in the Forum. 1 202 (Lex 
Cornelia de XX Quaest., 81 B. C.) II 
1. 40 : ad aedem Satvrni ; X 6087 (Formiae): 
aedem Satvrni fecit ; R. G. Divi Aug. 
cap. 20 1. 13: basilicam qj/ae fvit inter 
aedem Castoris et aedem Satvrni = fia- 

Cl\_XlXt t Y tip- /LISTCC^V T^\0V TS VCCOV TO)V 

JioOxo^Qcar xal Kqovov^ ; VI 13150 
(Rome) : h(oc) m(onvmentvm) si qvis 

BENDERE BOLVERIT BEL (sic) DONARE, INFERET 

in aede(m) Satvrni ss. (= sestertios) 
(tot). — SERAPIS. (A) In Rome, a. Se- 
rapidis, on the Quirinal. VI 570 (Rome, 
2 nd ) : Serapidi deo [sancto] . . . aedem. 
(B) Elsewhere. I 577 = X 1781 (Pu- 
teoli, lex parieti faciendo, 105 B. C.) 
I 1. 6 : in area qvae est ante aedem Se- 
rapi (sic); II 6185 (Emporiae): [Sera]pi 
aedem. [Cf. above, ISIS]. — SILVANVS. 
(A) In Rome, mere aediculae. VI 656 : 
Sancto Silvano ... aedem opere signin(o) ; 
VI 679: Silvano Sancto sacrvm. (Illi) 
aedem . . . rest[it]vervnt ; VI 30985 : 

S1GNVM DE! SlLVANI. ... (Ilk) AEDEM IPSIVS 



MARMORATAM ... FECIT; VI 31024: SlL- 
VANO SANCTO ... ARAM, AEDEM, MACERlAM \ 

Aniit'c Epigr. (1900) p. 45 : Silva[no et 
Dia]nae Avg[vstae sacrvm] . . . aed[es 
mar]moratas. (B) Elsewhere. V 5119 

I Bergomum) : [SJilvano [s]ignvm [e]t ae- 
dem; III 633 (Philippi): statvam aeream 
Silvani cvm aede; III 1958 (Salonae): 
aedem [nymphis?] et Silvano Avg[vsto] 
sacram. [See above, IVPPITER]. — SOL. 
Ill 1111 (Apiilum, 183-5): Soli Invicto 
aedem restitvit. — SOLIMARA. XIII 
1195 (Avaricum Biturigum): Solimarae 
sacrvm. Aedem cvm svis ornamentis. — 
SPES. XIV 375 (Ostia, 2 nd ): aedem Spei 
constitvit. — TELLVS. X 6104 (For- 
miae): AEDEM TELL(VRIS) ... FECIT; VIII 

14392 (Vaga, 2); aede[m] Tellvris. — 
TEMPESTATES. In Rome, a mere aedi- 
cula, apparently, on the Via Appia not 
far from the sepidcram Scipionum. I 
32 = VI 1287 (Rome, Scipio epitaph, 3 d 
B. C.) : dedet Tempestatebvs aide mere- 
to[d] (sic). — THENSAE. In Rome, 
a. thensarum on the Capitol (area Ca- 
pitoliua). where the sacred thensae were 
kept. IIP p. 845 (Vindobona, tab. hone- 
stae missionis, 60): in Capitol(io) ad 

LATVS SINISTr(vm) AEDIS THENSARVM. 

TITVS. In Rome, a. divi Titi, a mere 
aedicuia in the aedes (templum) Divo- 
rum on the Palatine, site unknown. VI 
10234 (Rome, lex collegi Aesculapi et 
Hygiae) : in aede divi Titi conventv 

PLENO, and IN TEMPLO DlVORVM IN AEDE 

divi Titi, and qj/od gestvm est in templo 

DlVORVM IN AEDE DIVI TlTI. VENVS. 

(A) In Rome, a. Veneris Genelricis, in 
the Forum Iulium. XI 3805 (Veii, 26) : 
Romae in aedem Veneris Genetricis. (B) 
Elsewhere. XIV 375 (Ostia, 2 nd ): aedem 
Veneris ... constitvit ; ib. 376 (ibid.): 
aedem Veneris ... restitvit; X 688 (Sur- 
rentum) : in aedem Veneris; I 1474 = 
X 7121 (Syracusae, B. C): Vener(ei) 
Taric. (sic for Eryc(inae)) pavimentvm, 

SEDILIA FECIT, AEDEM REFICI ENd(am) COIr(a- 

vit); XI 5687 (Turicum): aedem Veneris; 
VIII 6965 (Cirta): simvlacrvm aerevm 
Veneris cvm aede sva. [See below, VOL- 
CANVS]. — VESTA. In Rome, at the 
Forum. R. G. divi Aug. cap. 21 1. 24: 

IN AEDE VESTAE = SV VUU) . . . 'EtfTlCCg. 



AEDE 



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135 



VICTORIA. X 1887 (Puteoli) : [a]edem 
Victoriae Avgvstae ; XIV 3485 (Rocca- 
giovine = Fanum Vaeunae?, 1 st ): aedem 
Victoriae ... restitvit ; V 7614 (Pollen- 
tia) : aedem Victoriae; III 1158 (Apu- 
him : Victoriae Avg(vstae) (ille) aedis 
cvstos c(ivivm) R(omanorvm) leg(ionis) 
xiii ... dedit; VIII 11194 (Thaca, 212): 
civitas Thacensivm aedem Victo^R^is (sic) 
eivs pecvnia pvblica fecit. [See above, 
FORTVNA]. — VINTIVS. XII 2558 (bet. 
Augustum and Lacus Lemannus): Av- 
g(vsto) Vin[tio] sacr(vm). (Ille) sacer- 
(dos) Vinti ... aedem d(edit). — VIRTVS. 
See above, HONOR. — VOLCANVS. 
XIV 375 (Ostia, 2 n(1 ): aedem Volcani ... 
restitvit; III 14354 :,G (Pannonia Sup.): 
Volcano et Veneri Avg(vstis) sacrvm. 

SlGNA ET AEDEM (Hie) DEDIT. — UN- 
CERTAIN. VI 808, 818, 32450 (Rome): 
I 1140 = XIV 2080 (Praeneste, B. C); 
I 1149 = X 6517 (Cora); X 3787 (Ca- 
pua); IX 3168 (Corri nium); III 6270 
(Sarmizegetusa); III 14243 ' (Dalmatia); 
VIII 842 (Thuburbo Mains): 1183 (Utika), 
1463 (Thubursicum Bure), 2682 (Lam- 
baesis), 11999 (Sarra); II 2098 (Cisim- 
brium) ; XIII 1439 (ager Lemovicum), 
2487 (Ambarri); Anne'e Epigr. (1899) 
p. 4 (Bonn). 

(C) In Christian use, as « cliurch » . 
Hi'ibn. Hisp. 100 (Cisirubrium, 630) : hanc 
aede(m) ; ib. 469 (Legio, 913): edis (sic) 
rvinam erexit ; Le Blant 369 (Sion, 377): 

DEVOTIONE VIGENS AVGVSTAS PONTIVS AEDIS 

restitvit; Rossi II p. 150 no. 20 (Rome, f): 

QVIS TANTAS XPO (= CkrtSto) VENERAN- 

das condidit (a)edes ? ; ib. p. 152 no. 33 
(ibid.): martyris in Stephani venerabilis 

AEDE SACRATA. 

(D) A building sacred to the Manes 
of the dead, «tomb». VI 9433 (Rome): 

FECERVNT AEDEM CVM SVO SIBI HYPOGAEO : 

VI 9681 (Rome): (////) negotiantes vi- 
nari aedem mem[oriae . . .~] (feceriiiit) ; VI 
10742 (Rome): aedem a solo fecit; VI 
13562 (Rome): aede sepvltvrae; [VI 
28249 (Rome) : aedis is a corruption of 
aedi<c>(vlas)] ; XIV 166 (Ostia) : aedem 
fecit (ilia), and inea (sic) aede; XIV 
480 (ibid.): hanc aedem posvit strv- 
xidqve (sic) novissima templa Manibvs 
et cineri posteriisqve (sic) meis; XIV 



1568 (ibid.): h(anc) aedem s(ive) s(e- 
pvlcrvm): IX 5813 (Potentia): clvisclve 
(sic) hvi (sic) ivgero loci et edibvs (sic) 
inivriam fecerit; Eph. Epigr. IV p. 86 
no. 328 (Dalmatia): has ... aedes ca- 

FUSSIMO CONIVGI MEMORIAM POSVIT; III 

5800 (Augusta Vindelicum): aedem cvm 
svis ornamentis; XIII 1567 (Gabali): 

AEDEM A FVNDAMENTO ... 

(E) In plur., a House », « dwelling ». 
VI 979 (Rome, 2 nd ) : has aedes incendio 
[consvmptas]; VI 1397 (Rome): ista- 
rvm aedivm conditori ; VI 1793 (Rome, 
394) : statvam ... in aetern(a)e Vrbis 
privatis eivs aedebvs (sic) conlocavit; 
VI 2120 (Rome, 155) 1. 7: cvm ab ae- 
dibvs essem ; VI 24710 (Rome): ivgmen- 
tvm et paries insvper privatvs aedivm; 
R. G. divi Aug. cap. 34 1. 17: postes 
aedivm mearvm (i. e. « domus Augvj&ta- 
nae ») = r« 7tq6tcvI[ju /liov~] ; ib. cap. 35 
1. 26; in vestibv[lo a]edivm mearvm = 
ini to? tiqotivXov r7 t g olxiaq /.lov ; III 
1084 (Apulum) : (ille) in his aedib(vs) 
natvs; VI 27788 (Rome): aedis aedificat 
dives, sapiens monvmentvm; VIII 8509 
(Sitifis) : hoc stvdio svperamvs avos, gra- 

TVMQVE RENIDET AED1BVS IN NOSTRIS SVM- 
MVS APEX OPERIS. 

AEDIANVS. See SVBAEDIANVS. 

AEDIBVS. See IDVS. 

AED1CVLA. (AEDICLA). Dimin. of 
AEDES q. y. (A) « Shrine » , « chapel » , 
particularly used of small niches for 
statues of" the gods [Cf. LARARIVM], 
generally on a base with pedimental root 
supported by two or more columns, set 
against a wall. (B) A « tomb », often 
of the shape as above. Also a « niche » 
(lo cuius) in a tomb. (N. B. Tombstones 
also were often made to represent aedi- 
culae). 

I. Forms: aidicvla, X 1478 (Neapo- 
lis); aidicola, Notiz. (1896) p. 541 = 
Dessau 3237 (Tarentum, B. C.) ; aedicla, 
VI 27, 607, 4747, 4889, 10275, 11337, 
15547, 17652, 18019, 19075, 25359, 
28960, 34886 (Rome); XIV 2042 (Vicus 
Augustanus), 4184 (Nemus Dianae) ; X 
5779 (Ceretae Marianae) ; IX 5069 (In- 
teramna Praetutianorum) ; XI 4232 (In- 
teramna Nahars), 1418 (Pisae) ; V 3634 
(Verona); XIII 2494 (Ambarri), 7753 



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AEDI 



(Niederbieber, 259); haedicvla, VI 17»i.vj 
(along with aedicvla ami aedicla); edi- 
cvla. XIII 788a (Heddernheim, J:! 1 »): 
edicla. XIII 77."»:; (Niederbieber, 259); 
aecla (sic), VI 25598 (Rome). — Note 
ace. for abl. : aedicvlam, VI 9189 (Rome); 
abl. for ace.: aedicvla, VI 127 1-.'. 841 
(Rome); aedicla Cor ace, VI 17(352, 
18019. 19075 28960 (Rome). — Ab- 
brey.: aedicvl.. VI <;_>. 10236, 14614, 
15551, 33191 (Rome), VIII 5207 (Ca- 
lama); aedicl.. VI ti<>7. 15547 (Rome); 
aedic. VI 25ii77. 28126 (Rome), X 3803 
(Capua); aedi., VI 12352 ( Home) ; aed., 
VI 452. 17652 (Rome). 

II. Use. A small shrine or niche, de- 
dicated to a deity. AESCVLAPIVS. VI 
10234 (Rome, 153): locvm aedicvlae 

CVM PERGVLA, ET SIGNVM MARMOREVM Ae- 

scvlapi etc. — APOLLO. VI 27 (Rome): 

Ai'OLLINI AEDICLAM (Sic) REF(i)C!ENDAM 

cvravit. — BONA DEA. VI 56 (Rome): 

BONAE DEAE . . . AEDICVLAM, ARAM, SAEPTVM 

clvsvm; VI 62 (Rome): {ilia) aedicv- 

l(aM), GRADV5, TECTUM ). FOCVM ... BONAE 

D(eae) d(ono) d(edit). — CONCILIVM 
DEORVM. XI 4082 (Ocricuhim) : AEDI- 
CVLAM CONCILI DEORVM DEARVMQVE. 

DIANA. XIV 4184 (Nemus Dianae) : 
[aed]iclam Dia[nae]; Notiz. (1896) 
p. 541 = Dessau 3237 (Tarentum, B. C.) : 
[Di]anae aidicolam votvm dedit me- 
retod (sic) = 'Agiauin sv%av vcciGxov 
aniSuxe. — DOMVS AVGVSTA or mem- 
bers of it. VI 218 (Rome, 202): ima- 
gines domin[o]rvm nn. et aedicvlam et 
aram; VI 927 (Rome, 1 st ): Neroni Cae- 
sari Avg(vsto) et Sancto Silvano ae- 
dicvlam cvm imagin[e]; XIV 2416 (Bo- 
villae, 2 nd ) frgmt. : aedicvlam (sc. in ho- 
norem Fausbinae Augustae); X 6649 
(Antium, 1 st ); Germanico Caesari ... 
(ille) . . . statvas et aedicvlam refecit, 

SEDES MARMOREAS P05VIT: X 3814 (Ca- 
piia) : NVMINI AVGV[ST(|)] ... CVM AEDI- 

cvl[aJ; XI 3303 (Forum Clodi, 18): 
aedicvlam et statvas has ; III 161 (Be- 
rytus) : [ae]dicvlam et simvlacra (of Se- 
verus and the colonia); VIII 7095-8 
(Cirta, 3 d ): aedicvlam tetrastylam cvm 

STATVA AEREA INDVLGENTIAE DOMINI NO- 

stri. — GENIVS. VI 207 = 30715 
(Rome, 2 nd ) : genio centvriae . . . [aram?] 



ET AEDICVLAM ... [CVM COLVm]nIS ET CAN- 
CELLO aereo; VI 212 (Rome, 181): si- 

GNVM, GENIVM CENTVRIAE, CVM AEDICVLA 
MARMORIBVS EXORNATA, ET ARAM J VI 221 

(Rome, 113): aedicvlam et genivm cen- 
tvriae d(ono) d(edervnt); VI 222 (Rome, 

2" d ) : AEDICVLA FACTA CVM GENIO I XIII 

7753 (Niederbieber, 259): genio vexil- 

LAR(lORVM) ... SIGNVM CVM EDICLA (sic) J 

ib. 7335 (Heddernheim, 230) : genivm 

PLATEAE NOVI VlCI CVM EDICVLA (sic) ET 

ara. [Cf. below, LARES. SILVANVS]. — 
HERCVLES. VI 285 (Rome): aedicvla 
Hercvlis; VI 338 (Rome, 159): sacrvm 
Hercvli Salvtari. aedicvlam novam ...; 
VI 597 (Rome, 1 st ): aedicvlam et aram 
(sc. Herculis); VI 607 (Rome): aedicl(a) 
et signvm Hercvlis; VI 30903 (Rome): 
Hercvli Fe[lici ?] ... aedicv[lam] fecit; 
X 1478 (Neapolis): Hercvli Invicto... 
aedicvlam sta[tvit]. — INDVLGENTIA. 
See above, DOMVS AVGVSTA. — IVP- 
PITER. VI 30931 (Rome): aedic[vlam] 
Iovis; X 3803 (Capua, 13 B.C.): aedi- 
cvla) Iovi Lar(ibvs); X 5779 (Ceretae 
Marianae, 4 B. C.) : Iovi aer[is] et dis 

INDIGETIBv[s] CVM AEDICl[a] ET BASE [ET 

ae]di (sic) et porticv; V 5738 (ager 
Mediolanensis); [. . .] et dis cvm Iove 

. . . ARAM CVM AEDICVLA. LARES. VI 

450 (Rome. 98-9): iaribvs Avgvstis. Ae- 
dicvlam REGIONIS VI VlCO PORTAE COL- 

linae; VI 451 (Rome, 100): laribvs Av- 
gvstis et genis (sic) Caesarvm. Aedicv- 
lam reg(ionis) xiii Vici Censori ; VI 452 
(Rome, 109): [Laribvs A]vgvst(is) Vici 
Iovis Fagvtal[is]. Aed(icvlam) reg(io- 
nis) in; VI 30958 (Rome, 166): aedi- 
cvlas La[rvm Avgvstorv]m; VI 30960 
(Rome, 223): Laribvs Avg(vstis) et [ge- 
nio Im]p(eraTORIS) . . . AEDICVLAM REG(lO- 

nis) viii Vico Vestae; XIV 26 (Ostia) : 
[aedicIvlam Larvm Av[g] (vstorvm) ; No- 
tiz. (1905) p. 217 (ager Tusculanus): 
aedicvlam Larvm Avgvstorvm Vici An- 
gvscvlan(i); IX 2996 (Anxanum) : ae- 
dicvlam, SIGILLA, ORNAMENTAQVE OMNIA 

Lar(i) Fam(iliari); V 3258 (Verona, 2 nd ): 
Laribv[s Avgvstis] ... aedicvlam; II 
1980 (Abdera): Lar(es) et genivm cvm 
aedicvla. [Cf. IVPPITER, above]. — 
LIBER. VI 461 (Rome. 2 nd -3 d ): sacra- 

RIVM DEI LlBERI CVM AEDICVLA ET CO- 






AEDI AEDI 137 

lvmnis; VIII 10867 (Rusicade): CP] A " ( s i c ) hortvs in qvo tricliae, viniola, 

[t]ri Libero A[vg(vsto)] sacr[vm]. Sta- pvtevm, aedicvlae in qvibvs simvlacra 

TVAM CVM AED[IC]VLA ET COLVMNIS. {illorum) IN FORMAM DEORVIVi. 

MATER MAGNA. Ill 13903 (Dalmatia) : (B) Applied to the tomb, as dedicated 
aedicvlam M(atris) Mag(nae) faciendam to the Manes; and more specifically, to 
cvravit. — NEPTVNVS. VIII 5297 (Ca- the shrine-like aedicuia in the tomb," con- 
lama): Neptvno Avg(vsto). . . . AEDicv- nected with the loculi; or itself the 
l(am) cvm omnib(vs) ornament(is) eivs. loculus, or columbarium, q. v. [cf. ae- 

— NVMEN AVGVSTI. See DOMVS AV- dieula ossuaria], containing the ash- 
GVSTA. — NYMPH AE. XII 2920 (Uce- urns (ollae, oilaria, cineraria). Very 
tia) : aedicvlam hanc nymphis posvit. — freq. in Rome, rarely elsewhere. VI 4747 
PRIAPVS. V 3634 (Verona) : monimento (1 st ): eiwptaiw aediclam sibi etc.; 7482: 

( = tttomb") IN Q_VO EST AEDICLA PrIAPI. AEDICVLAM DE SVO FECIT ; 11685: AEDICV- 

— SEBETHVS. X 1480 (Neapolis) : (ilk) lam fecit et sibi et svis; 12352: aedi(cv- 
aedicvlam rest(itvit) Sebetho. — SERA- lam) ded(it) sodali svo ; 12677: aedicv- 
PIS. IX 4112 (Aequiculi): signa Serapis las dvas fecit sibi et svis et ollasxiii; 
et Isidis cvm ergasteris (sic) svis. et 12749 : (Mi) donavervnt ... aedicvla(m). 
aedicvlam in scholam (i. e. " for the use et ante aedicvla(m) p(edes) ii; 13738 : 
of the schola »). — SILVANVS. VI 589 aedicvlam emervnt ipsi et sibi et svis; 
(Rome): Silvano sacr(vm). Aedicvlam 15547: (ilia) aedicl(am) f(ecit) . . . pa- 
cvm ara et cratera ; VI 626 (Rome): tr(i); 17652: fecervnt aediclam fili ; 
Silvano sacrv(m). Aedicvlam; VI 642 18019: (Me) aedicla(m) emit, ollas viii ; 
(Rome, 97): [Silvano] Sancto aedi- 19075: emit (ille) aedicla(m) ; 20050: 
c[vla]; X 6558 (Velitrae): Silvano sa- qvam aedicvlam (i.llis) concessit; 22584 : 
crvm. Aedicvlam fecit a no[v]o . . . ; fecit sibi aedicvlam; 22651: aedicvlam 
XI 2689 (Volsinii): basem cv[~m] aedi- emit ab imo vsq_ve ad svmmvm ab (Mo); 
cv[la] Silv[ani] rest[itvit]; III 4426 28960 a: fecit aedicla(m) colvmbarivm 
(Carnuntum) : [Si]l[v]ano Avg(vsto) ge- (sic) mi; 28249: pro parte iiii aedis [sic 
nio loci ... [a]edicvlam; XIII 1780 for aedi(c)(vlam)] et ollaria; 33740: 
(Lugudnnum): deo Silvano ... aram et cvm aedicvla; 34886 (1 st ): aedicla (Mi us); 

SIGNVM INTER DVOS ARBORES CVM AEDI- 34199: POST AEDICVLa(m) (ilUUS) ] 14217, 

cvla [Cf. above, DOMVS AVGVSTA]. 26381, 27604, 28354, 35272, 35940: 

— VENVS. XI 5688 (Tuficum) : basim, aedicvlam; XIV 796 (Ostia) : aedicvlam 
aedicvlam Veneri, aram; III 641 (Phi- sibi concessam comparavit; XIV 1829 
lippi) : Venerei aedicvla et sig[no]. — (ibid.) frgmt. aedicvl(am). — VI 11137 
Uncertain. VI 215 (Rome): aed[icv- (Rome): haec aedicla alivm nomen t(e- 

LJAM . . . MARMORE ADORNAVERVNT ; VI 609 STAMENTI ?) NON SEQVETVR ; VI 10236 

(Rome) frgmt. :... cvm aedicvla; VI 819 (Rome): ivs vnivs aedicvl(ae), and ivs 

(Rome): aedicvlam vetvstate lapsam; VI singvl(arvm) aedic(vlarvm). — VI 4889 

25598 (Rome): vsqve ad aecla (sic) pe- (Rome): (Me) fecit aediclas tres intran- 

d(es) xxx ; IX 5069 (Interamna) frgmt.: tibvs dexteriore parte a pariete ivnctas 

sedilia, aediclas; I 1181 = X5388 (Aqui- dvas, et tertia(m) in qva titvlvs fixvs 

num, B. C): aedicvlam et bassim (sic) est; 10275 (Rome?) : porticvm, svbsola- 

magistrei dant; XI 1418 (Pisae): aedi- rivm, aediclam, et ollaria frvctvario- 

clam, 4232 (Interamna) frgmt. : aedicla[s], rvm; 5306: aedicvlam [cv]m cancellis 

4228 (ibid.): locvm, aedicvlam f(acienda) etornamentis ae[reis], et hydriam ony- 

c(vravit); XIV 2042 (Vicus Augustanus) chinam; 9189: aedicvlam cvm ollis os- 

frgmt. : aedicla[m]; II 1939 (Barbesula): svaris (sic), ita vti in aedicvlam (tie) 

[ob honorem fl]amoni aedicvlam desva svnt (illiw), and again, aedicvlam cvm 

(Sic) PECVNIA [FAC(lENDAM)] CVRAVIT. OLLIS OSSVARIS ; 9910: AEDICVLAE IN QVA 

Note aediculae in tomb, with statues of (sic) ollae iiii; 14614: ad hanc aedicv- 

the deceased represented as gods, VI lam ollarvm n(vmero) vi et colvmbar(ia) 

15593 (Rome): hvic monvmento cedet ivxcta (sic) aedicvl(am) n(vmero) vi etc.; 

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1 4936 : M\t I MAS . . . ( VM ABDtCN LIS El OL- 

laris (s/c); L5551 il" 1 ): cinerar(ivm) et 

( ) lat(a) p(i Dts) IS (= u ■ 
missem); L5836 : hae< aedicvla cvm co- 

LVMBARIS (sic) QVATTVOR ADIVNCTIS ... IN 

qvibvs oi.LAE n(vmiro) mi: L6624: aedi- 
CVLA OSSVARIAJ 17i>">2: ah mas iiaedicvlas 

(StC) IT OI.1AS. Illlll IN IKONTE COMPREHEN- 
SIS AEDICVL1S TRIBVS PED(vm) OCTO, 1111(1 
IN QJ/IBVS AED(lCVLIs) ET COI.VMb(aRIIS) 
OLLAE SVNT n(vMERO) XXIII I 18329: ME- 
MOR1AM . . . CVM AED1CVLIS ANTE ET A RE- 
TRO : 23400: IN HOC PAR1ETE QVAE SVNT 
COLVMBARIA TOT1VS I'ARIETIS SIVE OLL.ARIA 
VSQ_VE AB TERRA AD CAMARAM, ET ANTE ae- 
dicvlam ossvarivm; 25351': aedicla qv(ae) 

EST CONTRA OSTIv(m) CVM OLAS (sic) n(v- 
MERO) 1 1 1 1 ET ANTE AEDICLa(m) l(oNGVm) 

p(edes) v lat(vm) p(edes) hi; 25677: ae- 

dicvlas mi. colvmb(aria) IIll, ET IN SOLO 

ANTE AEDIC(VLANV) IN FRONTE PEd(es) IIIIS; 
26105: AEDICVLAM CVM COLVMBARIS (SIC) 

mi ollarvm; 277ol : circa aedicvlam 
oi.lae nvmero xxiu ; 28126: aedic(vla) 

ET COl VMB(aRIa) XX QlN Q_]va SVNT OLLAE 

ossvar(iae) xliii, cvm aedicvla; 29224; 
aedic(vla) a solo ad camaram lata p(e- 

DES) {tOt), IN QVA SVNT OLLAE n(vMERO) 

vi ; 33191: ex decvria ii (= secunda) 

scabillarior(vm) aedicvl(a) ollarvm) ii ; 
35243: aedicvlam o[llasqve ex] monv- 
mento. — Elsewhere. XIV 158 (Ostia): 

PORTICVM CVM AEDICVLIS SVIS ET CVBICVLVM 
Q_VOD EST SVPRA MEMORIAM ; XIV 1038 

(ibid.): (Me) aedicvlam sibi concessam 
ab (Mo), adavctis ollis n(vmero) XVIII. 
fecit; XIV 1472 (ibid.): (ilia) accepit 

LOCVM AB (Mo) AEDICVLAE FACIVNDAE \ XIV 

1868 (ibid.): aedicvla c(vm) ollis et 

CONDITIVO ET COLVMBARIS (S(C) n(vMERO) 

II etc.; XI 3691 (Caere): aedicvl[am it]a 

VTI EST, ET Ol LAS OSSVARIa(s) XIIII IN MO- 

nvmento svo. and ita vti est, aedicvla 
cvm ollis xx ; XIII 2494 (Ambarri): ae- 
diclam cvm vinea et mvris. 

AED1FICIOLVM. «Small building», 
connected with a tomb. VI 10246 (Rome): 
in hac cvstodiolam (sic) Peladiana cvm 
edificiolo (sic) et monimento qv(o)t 

(SiC) DE FRVGALITATE MEAM (sic) FABRICAVI | 

VI 10693 (Rome) : se vivi (sic) emervnt 

MONIMENTVM CVM AEDIFICIOLO SIBI ET SVIS 

etc.; VI 22518 (Rome): hic locvs cvm 



IIORTVLO SVO RELIGIOSO ET AEDIFICIOI.IS 
SVIS MVRO CINCTVS. 

AEDIFICIVM. - Building -, * edifice». 
[Forme: edificivm, \l 3895 (Capena), 
Re?. Aivh. i HUM)) |». 351 = AniK'c Epigr. 
i L900) p. is (RusguQiae), VIII L2326 
(Pr07. Procons.). Hubn. Hisp. 1 (Lusita- 
ni;i. 681 l ; AEDiFiciv noii].. VI 17992 
(Rome, I s1 ). — Gen. sing., (regularly ae- 
DiFicn), aedifici, I 200 (Lex Agraria, 
111 B. C.) 1. 99; VI 9015 (Home, 1 st ), 
10239 [beside aedificii], 11034 (Rome); 
XIV 3342 (Praeneste). — Abl. plnr. ae- 
dificieis, I 200 (Lex Agraria, III B. C.) 

I. 72 [beside aedificis; see below]; I 204 
(Lex Anloiiia tie Termessibus, 71 B.C.) 

II. 23, 28. — AEDIFICIS, (normally ae- 
dificiis), I 200 (Lex Agrar., Ill B.C.) 
1. 19 [beside aedificieis, see above]; VI 
10239, 10809, 20061 (Rome); X 3334 
(Misenum), 4792 (Teannm Sidicinum): 
XI 3985 (Capena), 3932 (ibid., 1 st ). — 
Note barbarous use as masc, hvnc . . . 
edificivm, Hiibn. Hisp. 1 (Lusitania, 681). 
— Abbrev., A., see above, p. 9 col. I at 
end; aedif., VI 9664 (Rome); aedifi., 
XIII 5708 (Testa»! . Galli cuiusdam, 1 st ); 
aedific, VI 6646, 9624 (Rome), XIII 
3012 (Metiosedum). 5708 (Testam. Galli, 
1 st ); aedifici. (ace. plur.), VI 9493 (Rome); 
aedificior., VI 1975, 8933 (Rome), IX 
1612 (Beneventum)]. 

(A) In general, without mention of spe- 
cific use. (1) In legal formulas, as ager, 
locvs, aedificivm = a land, site, building ■ 
(sing. or. plur.), I 200 (Lex Agraria, 111 
B. C.) 11. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 19, 23, 
72, 85, 99, 101; I 201 (LexAnton.de 
Termessibus, 71 B. C.) 1 1. 28, II 1. 26: 
loca, agros, aedificia; ibid. I 1. 12: 

Q_VEI AGREI, QVAE LOCA, AEDIFICIA PVBLICA 

privatave; ibid. II 11. 23, 28: loceis, 
AGRE'.S, aedificieis, oppideis. — (2) Mi- 

scellaneous. I 206 (Lex Iulia Munic, 
45 B. C.) 1. 29: [inter] aedem sacram 
ET aedificivm locvmve pvblicvm et inter 
aedificivm privatvm; ib. 1. 30: aedis sa- 
cra . . . seive aedificivm pvblicvm seive 
locvs pvblicvs ; ib. 11. 20, 22 : ante aedi- 
ficivm; ib. 11. 32. 35, 38, 39, 53: ante 
svvm aedificivm; II 5439 (Lex Ursonen- 
sis, 45 B. C.) II 2 1. 17: ne qvis in 

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molito neve distvrbato ; II 19G4 (Lex 
Malacit.) LXI : ne qvis aedificia, qvae 

RESTITVTVRVS NON ERIT, DESTRVAT ; ib. 

LXII: ne q_vis in oppido ... qvaeqve 

EI OPPIDO CONTINENTIA AEDIFICIA ERVNT, 
AEDIFICIVM DETEGITO, DESTRVITO, DEMO- 

liendvm cvrato; VI 826 = 30837 (Rome, 

1 st ): NE CVI LICEAT INTRA HOS TERMINOS 

aedificivm exstrvere; VIII 1641 (Sicca 
Veneria, 2 nd ): qvi intra continents co- 

LONIAE NOSTRAE AEDIFICIA MORABVNTVR ; 

Eph. Epigr. IX p. 1 tab. (Lex Mm. Ta- 
rentini, B. C.) : aedificivm qvod non mi- 
nv[s] md tegvlarvm tectvm sit, and qvei 

EORVM ITA AEDIFICIVM SVOM (sic) NON HABE- 
BIT SEIVE QVIS EORVM AEDIFICIVM EMERIT MAN- 

cvpiove acceperit, and nei cryis in oppido, 

QVOD EIVS MVNICIPI e[r]iT, AEDIFICIVM DE- 
TEGITO NEIVE DEm[oLITO] NEIVE DISTVRBATO, 

and qvant[i] id aedificivm f[v]erit; X 
1401 (Herculaneum, 44-46): si qvis ne- 

GOTIANDI CAVSA HMISSET QVOD AEDIFICIVM 

vt dirvendo plvs adqvireret; XII 2229 
(Gratianopolis, 3 rl ) : mvris Cvlaronensibvs 

CVM INTERIORIBVS AEDIFICIIS; VI 1130 

(Rome, 305-6): coemptis aedificiis (for 
building Diocletian's Thermae); VI 10289 
(Rome): hortvlos Epagathianos etc. ... 
cvm aedificis (sic) et vineis, and HV1VS 

LOCI AEDIFICIIVE, and QVAE AVTEM MEMBRA 
AEDIFICII VACABVNT, and AD TVTELAM AE- 

difici, and [horti cvm aedificis, and 
hortvlos cvm aedificio; VIII 587 (Sal- 
tus Massipianus, 2 nd ): aedificia vetvstate 
conlapsa; Rev. Aich. (1900) p. 351 = 
Annee Epigr. (1900) p. 18 (Rusgimiae, f): 
edificia (sic) circvmlapsa; XIV 2919 
(Praeneste, 4 th ): pvblica aedificia in rvi- 
nam conlapsa; X 3334 (Misenum) : [in 
his] aedificis (sic) et locis [adi]acenti- 
bvs aedificis (sic), and necessariam fvisse 
inspectionem aedificiorvm et loci, and 
aedificia solo pvro posiTA,and loci (gen.) 
vero, sive agri, qvem adiacentem aedi- 
ficis (sic) etc.; X 1783 (Puteoli): sola- 
rivm aedifici; X 2015 (ibid.): redditvm 

AVTEM TERRVLAE ET AEDIFICII IN REFECTIO- 
NIBVS CVBICVLORVM SACRORVM ET AEDIFICII; 

X 2810 (ibid.): loco empto, terrae iv- 
geribvs tribvs et aedificiis omnibvs ; X 
4830, 4831 (Rufrae, 29 B. C): Rvfrani 

V1CANI QVORVM AEDIFICIA SVNT. (3) Es- 

pressions denoting the care of buildings, 



or the profession of building-constructors. 
Caretakers, VI 6225 (Rome, 1 st ): Pros 
libertvs ad aedificia; VI 9132 (Rome) : 
(Me) svpra aedificia; VI 6646: (illius) 
cvratoris aedific(iorvm); I p. 323 = IX 
4201 (Fasti Amiternini, after A. D. 15): 
[cvra]t(or?) aedificiorvm Amiter[nino- 
rvm?]; VI 8665 (Rome, 1 st ): disp(ensator) 
maternvs ab aedificis (sic) volvntaris. 
[N. B. Hirschfeld, Venvaltungsgesch. I 
p. 185 note 1 would correct to read vo- 
lvptaris]. — Constructors, architects. [Cf. 
architectvs, mensor]. mensor aedificio- 
rvm, VI 1975, 9622, 9623, 9624, 9625; 
Annee Epigr. (1900) p. 44 (Rome); XIV 
3032 (Praeneste), 3713 (Tibur); IX 1612 
(Beneventum); III 2129 (Salonae). — 
tabvl(arivs) me(n)sorvm aedificior(vm), 
VI 8933 (Rome). 

(B) In particular, denoting specific use 
of building. (1) connected with temples or 
other public or quasi-public buildings. VI 
3697 = 30910 (Rome): aedem aramqve 
I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) et Silvano San- 
cto ceterisqve dis qvorvm in tvtela 
aedificivm est j V 5558 (near Lacus Ver- 
banus) : Hercvli . . . aedificivm templi 
refectvm est; XIII 3012 (Metiosedum) : 
[templ?]vm dei Mercvri cvm svis aedi- 
fic(iis); VIII 12326 (Prov. Procons.) 
frgmt. : ea edificia (sic) dedicavit ; Hiibn. 
Hisp. 1 (Lusitania, 681) of Chr. church: 

HVNC (SIC) DENIQVE EDIFICIVM (sic) SAN- 

ctorvm; X 4792 (Teanum Sidicinum): 

BALNEVM CLODIANVM EMPTVM CVM SVIS 

aedificis (sic); XII 2522 (Narboneusis): 

HOROLOGIVM CVM SVO AEDIFICIO ET SIGNIS 

omnibvs et clatris; VI 1585 (Rome, 

193) 1. 17: DE CASVLIS, ITEM CANNABIS 
ET AEDIFICIIS IDONEISJ ib. 1. 30: AD AE- 
DIFICIVM QVOD CVSTODIAE CAVSA COLVMNAE 
CENTENARIAE . . . EXTRVCTVRVS EST. (2) 

Especially of a tomb or buildings con- 
nected with a tomb, very freq. In Rome, 
VI 2469 : cepotafi[vm (sic) et monv- 
me]ntvm cvm ae[dificio]; 8455: hoc 
monvmentvm cvm aedificio ; 8567: aedi- 
FICIVM adplic(itvm sc. monumento); 9015 

(1 st ): FORMAS AEDIFICI CVSTODIAE ET MO- 

nvmenti reliqvervnt; 9404: TABERNA 

CVM AEDIFICIO ET CISTERNA MONIMENTO 

cvstodia cedit; 9493: AGRVM sive hor- 

T(0S) III CVM TABER(NIS) III, ITEM AEDI- 



1 10 



A KM 



AEM 



PICi(a) incoha(ta) ; !'iit'. I ; haec taber(na) 
cvm aedif(icms) hvivs monvn\(enti), and 

n(oc) m(onvmentvm). SIVE ai-dii-k ivm 
i^vod est, heredem non seq_vet(vr); 
10288 (l Bt ): monvmentv(m) ... CVM AE- 
dificio escitatiano cvstodiae cavsa mo- 
nvment1 ; 10411: locvm sepvltvrae cor- 
porvm extrvxi. cvi loco religioso ac- 
(c)edere voi.o omne aedificivm adiacens; 
l0848: hvic monimento sive aedificio, 

Ulld 11VNC MON1MENTVM VEL AEDIFICIVM J 

11034 (Rome, 6 15. C): (illi) hvivs mo- 

NVMENTI CVRATORES AEDIFICI, Ulld RATIO- 
NES FARES HABERE AEDIFICI J 12772.' AGRVM 
81VE IIORTVM CVM AEDIFICIO MACERIA CLV- 

svm ; 1301 1 : (memoriam) rvdem . . . cvm 

aedificio; 13061: HVIC MONVMENTO ta- 
berna et aedificivm tt area maceria cir- 
cvmclvsa; 13143: [lo]cvm a[d3iacentem, 
aedificivm circvitvm ; 13152: hoc se- 
pvlciirvm vel monimentvm cvm aedificio 
vniverso ; 13203: monvmentvm cvm ae- 
dificio svperposito, and hoc avtem mo- 
nvmentvm cvm aedificio; 13244: aedi- 
ficivm CVM CEPOTAPHIO, ET MEMORIAM ; 

15496: ab solo aedificio; 16033 = 
35274: haec aedificia propria compa- 

RATA, FACTA, DICATAQ_(ve) SVNT MONV- 
MENTI, SIVE SEPVLCHRVM EST, ET OLLARVM 
QVAE IN HIS AEDIFICIIS INSVNT ET CONSA- 
CRATAE SVNT ; 16809: AEA (sic) MONV- 
MENTA CVM AEDIFICIS; 17979: HAEC CV- 
STODIA MACERIA CIRCVM CLVSA (SIC) CVM 
AEDIFICIO MONVMENTO CEDIT ; 17992 (1 st ): 
. . . Q_yAE EST IVNCTA TABERNAE CVM AEDI- 
FICIO et horto, and h(oc) m(onvmentvm 

ET AFDIF1CIV (SIC) H(EREDES) NON s(eQVEN- 

tvr); 18049 (1 st ): ... hvivs monvmenti 
partem dimidiam dexteriorem cvm aedi- 
ficio; 20061: ex hoc agro aedificis^e; 
23090: HVic monvmento cedit hortvs 
cvm aedificio, and eidem horto et ae- 
dificio cedit iter; 28375: taberna cvm 
[a]edificio; 29726 = XIV 3006: [ho]c 

MONVMENTVM A SOLO CVM AEDIFICIIS ET 

t[abernis]; 29847« (1 st ): aedifici cv- 
stodiae et monvmenti ; 31865: [monv- 
menjtvm et aedificia qvae ivncta svnt. 
— Elsewhere, XIV 2837 (ager Praene- 

stinus): VNIVERSA pedatvra cvm svo ae- 
dificio OJ/OD CEDIT HVIC MONVMENTO J 

XIV 3340 (Praeneste): in cvivs moni- 

MENTI TVTELAM DEDIT AEDIFICIVM MACERIA 



clvsvm cvm agro; XIV 3342 (ibid.): 

[AGER AD]] AEDIFICI DEFEN^SIONEM REL.IC]tVS; 

X 2244 (Puteoli): hoc monimen[t |(vm) 

SIVE SEPVLCRVM, ORTV (sic) MACERIA CINTV 

(sic), bel (sic) aedificivm; X 2338 (ibid.): 

AEDIFICIVM CVM SVPERIORIBVS ET COHAE- 
RENTI CVBICVLO MEMORIALI ; X 2765 (Cll- 

mae): hoc aedificivm maceria c[ircvm]- 
dvctvm; XI 3932 (Capena, 1 st ): (monn- 

nK'iltum) CVM BALINEO ET AEDIFICIS J XI 

3895 (Capena): area cvm aedificis; XI 
6222 (Fanum Fortunae, 4 th ); in aeodem 
(sic) aedificio corpvs sepvltvr(a)e man- 
dare; V 2176 (Altinum) : hortos cvm 

AEDIFICIO HVIC SEPVLt(vrAe) I VNCTOS \ 111 

456 (Chios): [fundus^... cvm aedificiis 

SVIS HVIC MONVMENTO CEDIT; XIII 1567 

(Gabali) : aedem ... cvm aedificiis cir- 
cvmiacentibvs; XIII 5708 (Tcstamenlum 
Galli cuiusdam) I 1. 7 sq. : araq_(ve) 
ponatvr ante id aedific(lvm) . . . , clvda- 
tvrq_(ve) id aedifi(civm) lapide Lvnensi 

... COLATVRQ_(ve) ID AEDIFICIVM ET EA PO- 
MARIA ET LACVS . . . i[n]]sCRIBANTVRQ. (ve) 
IN AEDIFICIO EXTRINSECVS NOMINA MAG(l- 
STRATVVm) QVIB(vs) COEPTVM ERIT ID AE- 
DIFICIVM et qvot annis vixERO, and ib. 
II 1. 17 sq. : mando avtem cvram fvneris 

MEI . . . ET AEDIFICIORVM MONVMENTORVMQVE 

meorvm (Mis). 

AEDIFICO, -ARE. ■ To build », n con- 
struct». [Forms, edifico, VI 25144 
(Rome), III 4796 (Virunum, 311), VIII 
8805 (Zabi, f), 9835 (Altava, 508), 11133 
(Prov. Byzacena), 11327 (Sufetula), 12035 
(Limisa, f, 6 th ), Hiibn. Brit. 130 (Me- 
rionethshire, 10 th ), 160 (Denbighshire. 
9 th ). — edefico, VI 20294 (Rome), XIII 
1028 (Petrucorii, f, 6 th ). — Perf. aedi- 
ficabit, Bull. Arch. Cr. (1899) p. 32 
(Rome), XI 6222 (Fanum Fortunae, 4 th ). 

— aedificarvnt. VI 27810 (Rome). — 
aedificasset, VI 912 = 31200 (Rome, 
pt). _ j}diyixaTov(ti) tG(r) ; VI 20294 
(Rome). — eAieiCAREN(T) (sic), VIII 949 
(Mun. Tubernuc, 6 th ). — eaifikbimvs, eai- 
fikhervnt, VIII 12035 (Limisa, f, 6 th ). 

— aedicaver(vnt), (sic) by mistake, 
XIII 5752 (Andemantunnum). — Ab- 
brev. a., Ill 9334 (Salonae); aedif., 
X 5211 (Casinum), IX 6242 (Sipontum); 
aedifi., II 5354 (Conventus Hispalensis); 
aedific, VI 11431 (Rome), X 6447 (Pii- 



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vernnm), V11I 977 (Curubis, B. C. 45), 
9835 (Altava, 508); aedi<fi>caver., XIII 

5752 (Andemautunrjurn); aedificand., II 
1087 (Tlipa)]. 

(I) Absolutely. VI 1585/; (Rome, 193) : 
PER/VUSSVM sit aedificare: VIII 11133 
(Prov. Bvzacena): plvra facias et meliora 
edif[ice]s; VIII 212 (Cilliuni, 2 nd ) 1. 75: 

TESTAMENTA FACIS, TVVS HOC DVM NON 
TIMET HERES, VT SIC AEDIFICET. 

(II) With stated object. (A) Towns. 
town walls, gates, fortifications etc. VI If 
18(33 (Theveste, 6 th ): [civitas] a [f]vn- 
dament(is) aedificata est: VIII 8805 
(Zabi, f): edificata est . . . civi[tas]; I 
565 = X 3776, 3777 (Capua, 8 B. C): 

MVRV(m) AEDIFICANDVM COIRAVERVNT; VIII 

977 (Curubis, 45 B.C.): mvrvm opimdi 
. . . aedific(andvm) coer(avit); VIII 15880 
(Sicca): in a[edificandi]s excol[e]ndi- 
sq_(ve) moenibvs nostrils]; VIII 1434 
(Thubursicum Bure, 565-578): uanc mv- 
nitionem {/lie) . . . aedificavit ; VIII 4077 
(Madaura, 6 th ); {porta) [a]ediftcata e-t; 
II 1087 (Ilipa): portas, fornic(em) ae- 
dificand(a) cvravit ; VIII 12035 (Limisa, 
■j-, 6 th ): eaifikbimvs (sic) tvrr(im), and 
eaifikbervnt (sic) ; VIII 949 (Muu. Tu- 
bermic, 6 th ): [vt] ivaicibvs (sic) C PR D E " 
[torivm?] cibitates eaieicarenQt] (sic)', 
VIII 9835 (Altava, 508): castrvm edi- 
fic(atvm). 

(B) Temples, altars, churches, reli- 
gious monuments. VIII 993 (Karpis, 2 nd ): 

AEDEM QVAM (Ulo) CaELESTI DeaE VO- 

verat ... a solo aedificatam; IX 6242 
(Sipontum) : aed(em) Dianae et aram ... 
aedif(icandas) ... cvravit ; 1 206 (Lex 
Iulia Munic, 45 B. C.) : aedivm sacra- 
rvm . . . aedificandarvm ; VI 348 = 30745 
(Rome): Isidi et Osiri mansionem aedi- 
ficavimvs; III 633 (Philippi): at (sic) 

TEMPLVM AEDIFICANDVM ; III 4796 (VilTl- 

num, 311): templvm d(eo) I(nvicto) M(i- 

THRAE) . . . QV'OT (sic) EDIFICATVM EST \ I 

1109 = XIV 23 (Ostia): Iovi Optvmo 
Maximo . . . aram aedificavit ; VIII 73 
(Biniana, 2 nd -3 d ): [ar]am a solo aedifi- 
cavit : Hubn. Brit. 130 (Merionethshire. 
10 th ) : qvi primvm edificav[it] hanc 
eclesia (sic); XIII 1028 (Petrucorii, f, 
6 th ): (tile) domvm D(e)i edefic(avit) ; XI 
288 (Ravenua, f. 547), 294 (ibid.. 549): 



BASILICa(m) . . . [AE^DIFICAVIT, ORNAV1T AT- 

qve dedicavit; ib. 295 (Ravenna, f): 

in basilica qvam (Hie) aedificavit ; Hiibn. 
Brit. 93 (Pembrokeshire, very late) : h(a)ec 
est crvx qvam aedificavit (Hie); ib. 160 
(Denbighshire, 9 th ); (Hie) edificavit hvnc 
lap i dem (i. e. a base for a cross). 

(C) Secular public, or quasi-public, 
buildings. IX 3152 (Corfinium. I st ): ba- 
linevm ... aedificavit; II 5354 (Con- 
veniens Hispalensis) : balinev(m) aedifica- 
vit); II 3270 (Castillo): ad balinevm 
aedificandvm; XIV 070 (Ostia, 2 1 " 1 ): ther- 
mas qvas divvs Pivs aedif[i]caverat VI 
ignis consvmptas refecit ; III 1805 (Na- 
rona, 280) : thermos . . . [aedifi-cavit ; VII 
965 (Netherby, 222): baselicam (sic) eqve- 

STREM EXERCITATORIAM . . . AEDIFICAVIT CON- 

svmmavitqve; VI 10231 (Rome): aedifi- 
cata est schola; XI 6222 (Fanum Por- 
tunae, 4 th ): cenationem ad gvntham ... 
aedificabit (sic, perf.). 

(D) Tombs and their accessories. In 
Rome, I 1008 = VI 25369 (B. C): qvas 

OB RES HOC MONVMENTVM AEDIFICAVIT [pa- 

ter] ; I 1028 : monvmentvm . . . aedificavi; 
I 1094: EMIT, AEDIFICAVIT SIBI et svis (sc. 

monumentum) ; VI 2120 (155): doniqve 

IS LOCVS QVEM EMERAM AEDI FICARETVr; 9819: 

q_vi hoc monvmentvm aedificat ; 10243 
(3 b. c): qvi hoc monimentvm aed1fi- 
cavervnt cvmvstrina; 10326: hoc mo- 
nvmentvm AEDIFICANDVM, EXPOLIENd(vm) 

cvravit; 10332: monvmentvm ... aedifi- 
cavit; 10346: locvm et monvmentvm 
aedificatvm dedit; 10460: loco empto, 
aedificavit (sc. monumentum) ; 10582: 
[monumentum] aedificandvm [cvrave- 
rvntI; 10838: hvic monvmento cedit 
area ... qvae maceria ob hanc aream a 
(Ulo) aedificat[a est]; 10848: qvitqvit 

(SIC) HVIC MONIMENTO SIVE SEPVLCRO AT- 
PLICITVM (Sic), 1NSTRVCTVM, AEDIFICATVM 

est; 1137."): fecit et aedificavit (sc. mo- 
numentum); 11431 : aedific(avit) (sc. mo- 
numentum), 12668: monvmentvm me vivo 
aedificavi; 15225: si . . . fortvnam ha- 

BVISSEM, MAGNIFICVM MONVMENTVM H1C AE- 

dificassem ; 20294: ox /.lovoia-rcoviu) 
nh<fixc<tov(!<) i-a(r) (sic); 23669: aedi- 
ficavervnt (sc. monumentum), 25144: 
cvpam edificavit; 25357: de svo aedifi- 
cavit (sc. monumentum); 27810: aedifi- 



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CARVNT DE SVO (sC. ///';// U nii'nl '» in ) \ 28266 ' 

emit. tBDiFiCAvn (so. monumentum)} Hull. 
Anh. Cr. (1899) ]>. 82; qvi sibi adq_ve 

{SIC) S\'[lS COMI'ARAVIT ?] ET EDIFICABIT 

■). — Elsewhere, XIV 2485 (Castri- 

moenilim): monvmentvm nobis aedificav,; 
XIV 8659 (Til)iir): hoc monvmentvm 

AEDIF1CAVIT ; X ">211 (CasiOUm): MONV- 
MENTVM aedif(icavit) sibi; X 'ill? (Pri- 
vernum): vivos {sic) aedific(avit) ipse 
sibi (sc. monumenlum); X 8369 (Puteoli): 
(ilia) aedificav[it] (sc. monumentum)', 
XI 14li-t (Pisae): emit locvm inmorta- 

LEM . . . ET AEDIFICAVIT SIBEl ET SVEIS ; VIII 

1394 (Seriana): a solo aedi[fi]cavit (sc. 
monumentum)', VII I 5406 (Calama): mo- 

NIMENTVM Q_VOD AEDIFICAVIT (Me)', VIII 

17197 (Thubursicum Numid.): aedific[a- 
vit^ tvmv[l]vm memori[ae] : II 2051 
(Anticaria, 1 st ): monvmentvm ... aedifi- 
candvm cvravit; XIII 5752 (Andeman- 
tunnum) : aedicaver(vnt sic., sc. monu- 
mentum). — Add, of Chr. tomb, V 0817 
(Eporedia, f) : aedificavit opvs, sancto- 

RVM PIGNORA CONDENS. 

(E) Private houses, etc. VIII 7741 
(Cirta): svbvrbani svi Azimaciani qj/em 
a solo aedificavit; VI 1774 (Rome, 379- 
383): stabvlvm ... providit, constitvit, 
aedificavit atq_ve dedicavit; III 0027 

(Coptos) : LACCI AEDIF1CATI ET DEDICATI 

svnt, and castram [sic) aedificavervnt 

ET REFECERVNT. 

(P) Uncertain. VI 912 = 31200 (Rome, 
1 st ): q_vam ipsa aedificasset ; VI 1343 
(Rome. 2 nd ): ... aedificata tholis; X 
1210 (Abella): . . . aedificand[vm cvr]a- 
vit; X 1887 (Puteoli); sva pecvnia ae- 
dificavit; VIII 233 = 11327 (Sufetula): 
hanc aedificavervnt ; XIII 3140 (Corio- 
solites) : aedificavit. 

* AEDILICIVM, perhaps by mistake for 
aedilitas q. v., but possibly a local word. 
VIII 21005 (Albulae, 299): aedilicio 
L. Arri Privati et C. Mvci Mvciani IV- 
n(ioris). 

AEDILICIVS. Adj. and subst. « Of 
the aediles », - ranking as aedilis », etc. 
[Forms: edilicivs, III 4804 (Virunum), 
5527 (Solva); VIII 12200 (Prov. Procons.). 
— Gen. sing, aedilici, ( normal lv aedili- 
cii). VIII 858, 859 (Prov. Piocons.); II 
4001 (Dertosa). — Gen. plur. aediliciv 



{sic) HI 124S0 (Moesia Inf.. 157). — 
A I > I . plur. aedilicis (normallv aediliciis), 
II 1261, 4268 (Tarraco), 6095 (ibid., 
96-98); Dessau 6969 | Xarbo). — Abbrev. 
aed., aedil., aedilic. vlm\ freq. everywhere; 
aedhi., X 4307 (Ameria); aedi., X 47 
(Vibo); ae., X 220 (Grumentum); a., see 
above, p. 9 col. 2 (10), and add V 3938 
(Animates), 7022 (TauriniVJ. 

(I) Adj. i Of the aediles - , «in the 
aediles office », * having (or conferring) 
the rank of aedile », etc. 

(A) At Rome, or in the imperial ser- 
vice, in titles of clerks etc. of the aediles 
office. These were organized in a dec-a- 
ria, q. v. Scriba aedilicivs, VI 1840, 1842, 
1849, 1850 (Rome), XIV 354 (Ostia), 
2839 (ager Praenestinus), X 0094 (For- 
miae), II 3423, 3424 (Carthago Nova. 
2 nd ), 5941 (Asso, 2 nd ). — scriba aedili- 
civs) et tribvnic(ivs), VI 1847 (Rome, 

2 nd ). SCRIBA DECVRIAE AEDILICIAE, VI 

1830. 32207 (Rome). — scriba decvriae 
aediliciae maioris, VI 1843, 1848 (Rome). 
— (ille) dec(vriae) aedili[c](iae), VI 
1879 (Rome). — decvrialis [dec(vriae)] 
aediliciae Romae, II 4180 (Tarraco). — 
apparitor aedilicivs, VI 1947, 1948 
(Rome). [Add XIV 195 (Ostia): {Hit) 
aedilicio cvrvli v(iro), where comment: 
" expect ex o. aedilicio vel scr. aedilicio » ]. 

(B) aedilicia potestas, « the rank 
and functions of aedilis » , in magisterial 
titles in provincial towns, {a) Simply. 

IX 2000 (Aesernia): {ille) aed(ilicia) po- 
t(estate); X 19 (Locri); (illi) aedil. pot.; 

X 220 (Grumentum): (ille) ae. p.; V 
3938 (Arusnates). 7022 (Taurini): {ille) 
a. p.; VIII 19095 (Civ. Celtianensium) : 
[ob] honorem magisterii aediliciae [po- 
testatis]; VIII 10807 (Rusicade) : {ille) 
aedilic[iae] potest[a]tis ; II 1730 (Ga- 
des): (ille) aedilic. potest; VIII 9000 
(Cartenna): {ille) aed. p. — {b) Duumvir 
aedilicia potest ale. X 5587 (Fabrateria 
Nova): [n vir a]ed. potest.: IX 051 
(near Venusia) : [nj vir aed. [p]ot. ; VIII 
9064 (Auzia): n vir aediliciae potesta- 
tis. — {c) Triumvir aedilicia potest ate. 
VIII 0905 (Cirta): m vir aed. et q_(vae- 
storia) pot. ■ — {d) Quattuorvir aedilicia 
potestate, esp. freq. in Italy. XIV 3082 
(Tibur) : mi vir aedilicia potestate; X 



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5844. 5852 (Ferentinum): mi vir aed. 
pot ; X 5853 (ibid.) : mi vir aed. potest.; 
IX 4366 (Ameria): mi vir aed. pot.; IX 
4367 (ibid.): qvattorviro (sic) aedili. po- 
test. ; IX 4395 (ibid.) : mi vir aed. p. ; IX 
5006 (Trebiae): mi vir aed. potest.; IX 
5396, 5413 (Asisium): tin vir aed. pot.; 
IX 5414 (ibid.): mi vir aed. p.; X 47, 
55 (Vibo): mi vir aed. pot.; X 6 (Re- 
ginm Iulium): mi vir aed. pot. ; IX 6257 
(Aquilonia): mi vir aed. [pot.] ; IX 40H2 
(Carsioli): mi vir aed. pot.; IX 283 (Ba- 
rium): mi vir aedil. potest, ter iv(re) 
dic(vndo); IX 284 (ibid.): aed. [pot.] 
mi vir i(vre) d(icvndo); IX 216 (Me- 
sagne) : mi vir ae[d. pot.]; IX 44 (Brun- 
disium) : mi vir aed. pot.; IX 45 (ibid.): 
mi vir aed. p.; IX 46, 6006, (ibid.): 
mi vir aedil. potest.; 1X47 (ibid.): mi 
vir aed. p. i(vre) d(icvndo); XI 863 (Mu- 
tina): mi vir aed. pot.; V 5849 (Medio- 
lanium): mi vir aedil. potestate ; V 
5300 (Comum) : mi vir aed. pot. ; V 34H7 
(Verona): mi vir aed. [p]o[t.]; V 2864 
(Patavium): mi vir aediliciae potestat. ; 
V 7028 (Taurini): mi vir aed. p ; III 
4719 (Loncium): mi (vir) aed. pot. — 
(e) Octovir aedilicia potestate. IX 4543 
(Nursia): vm vir aed[il.] pot.; IX 4549 
(ibid): vm vir aed(ilicia) pleb(eia) po- 
test(ate); 1X4891 (Trebula Mutuesca) : 
vm vir aed. pot.; IX 4896 (ibid.): vm 
vir aediliciae potestatis. — (/') Praefe- 
clus aedilicia potestate. V 749 (Aqui- 
leia): praef. aed. pot.; V 4459 (Brixia): 
praef. aedil. pot.; V 4468 (ibid.): praef. 
aedil. pot[est]; V 4904 (Sabini) : praef. 

AEDILIC. POT. BrIx(iae). 

(C) aedilicivm ivs. k Rights and pri- 
vileges of an aedilis », conferred on one 
who has not actually held the position. 
[Cf. below (D) honores, (E) ornamenta]. 
II 4061 (Dertosa): (illi) seviro avg(v- 

STALl) PRIMO AEDILICI ivris in perpetvvm. 

(D)aedilicii honores. (Only in Spain). 
k Rank and privileges of aedilis, whether 
or not the office has actually been held » . 
II 4060 (Dertosa): aedilicios et dv[vm- 
vi]rales honores; II 4062 (ibid.): aedi- 
lic(ii) honores; II 4216 (Tarraco): ae- 
dii.ic(iis) honor(ibvs); II 4261 (ibid.): 
honoribvs aedilicis; II 4272 (ibid.): ae- 
diliciis honoribvs; II 4514 (ibid., 2 nd ): 



(Me) CONSECVTVS IN honores aedilicios ; 

II 6095 (ibid, 96-98): (illi) aedil.c.s 

HONORIB(VS) ABORDINE (sic) DATO. 

(E) aedilicia ornamenta. <i The rank 
and honors of aedilis, conferred on those 
who had not actually held the office". 

III 503 (Patrae): aedi[l.] ornament.; 
II 4268 (Tarraco): ornamentis aedilicis; 
Dessau 6969 (Narbo) : aedilicis or[na- 
m]entis. 

(F) Vicvs Aedilicivs, name of a district 
or street in Caesarea of Pisidia. Ill 290 = 
6811 (Caesarea): Vic(vs) Aedilicivs. 

(II) Subst. «One holding the rank of 
aedilis», either by right of holding the 
office, or by adlectio, q. v. 

(A) In the Roman cursus hoiioram. 
XI 3337 (Blera, 2 nd ): (illi) adlecto a 
divo Hadriano inter aedilicios. [N. b. 
This adlection is rarely found, because 
men of this rank were usually adlecli in- 
ter tribunieios], 

(B) In provincial towns, very freq. 
With fact of adlectio specified, XIV 409 
(Ostia) : (illi) dec(vrionvm) decr(eto) ae- 
dilicio adlecto; VIII 15497 (Prov. Pro- 
cons, 225); inter aedilicios adlectvs. — 
Relative position of aedilicii in the mu- 
nicipal aristocracy, IX 338 (Canusium, 
223): (1) patron/, clarissimi viri, (2) 
patron/', equites Romani, (3) quinquen- 
nalicii, (4) allecti inter quinquennales, 
(5) 77 viralicii, (6) aedilicii, (7) quae- 
storicii, (8) pedani, (9) praetextati. Cf. 
X 451 (Eburura): q_(vin)q_(vennalicivs), 
ii vir(alicivs), aedilic(ivs); VIII 2677 
(Lambaesis, 211-12): aedilicivs, dvvmvi- 

RALICIVS, QVINQVENNALIS. XIV 245 

(Ostia, 92); XI 972 (Regiura Lepidum); 
IX 2775 /Bovianum Vetus) : III 1441, 
1495 (Sarmizegetusa), 3438, 3456, 10398 
(Aquincum), 4864, 4867(Virunum), 5073, 
5074 (Ivenna). 5527 (Solva), 5569 (Be- 
daium), 8088 (Ratiaria), 8205 (Scupi), 
12489 (Moesia Inf., 157); VIII 216 (Cil- 
lium, 2 nd ), 826 (Turca, 230), 858, 859 
(Prov. Procons.), 2451 (Saltus Aurasius), 
4191 (Verecunda), 4485, 18635 (Tubu- 
nae), 5367 (Calama), 9024 (Auzia, 2 nd -3 a ), 
11340 (Sufetula), 12376 (Mun. Giufita- 
num), 12260, 14343, 14372, 16406, 
16915, 16916 (Prov. Procons.); II 3711 
(Mago); Bramb. 549 (Tolbiacum). 



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AEDILIS. - Aedile -. a magistrate, 
(sort of - Commissioner of Public Works - 1, 
in Rome and the proi iucial towns. 



Synopsis of Arrangement. 

I. Forms and ibbrevia noxs. 

II. I"sk. i \i Magistrates of the Roman govern- 
ment. (") The plebeian (/>) The pa- 
(rician ■ The aediles (pie- 

(d) Aediles simply named, 
without distinction. (B) Magistrates in t lie 
provincial town-, (a) Simply, without qua- 
lifying epithet. [b\ With qualifying epithet. 
(U) As religious functionaries, d») In the 
army, and in collegia. 

I Forms, aidilis, aid., f req . in early 
inscrr., 1 30 = VI 1285, 1 31 = VI 1286, 

I 32 = VI 1287. I 38 = VI 1293 (Koine. 
Scipio epitaphs); VI 7, I 187 = VI 29, 
1 803 = V1810. VI 1277, 1330,31585 
(Rome); I 61 = XIV 2123 (Lamivium); 
XIV 2638 (Tnsculum); I 1142 = XIV 
3000 (Praeneste); I 11 GO, X 5914, 5916, 
5926 (Anagnia); X 6082, 6105, 61ns 
(Formiae); I 1191, 1192, X 6238 (Fundi); 
XI 6616 (near Palerii); I 197 {Lex Ban- 
liae) 1. 15; I 1177, 1178 (Arpinum); 
IX 447 (Vennsia); IX 1133 (Aeclanum- 
beside aedilis); X 1273 (Nola); V 7566 
(Hasta); IX 5369 (Firmum Picenum). — 
edilis, V. 6796 (Eporedia); XI 2604 
(Montalcino) ; III 7504 (Troesmis); VIII 
2403 (Thamugadi); VIII 21078 (Caesa- 
rea). — adil(is), by mistake, III 7484 
(Man. Tropaeum). — Nom. sing. [aJidiles, 
I 3] = VI 1286 (Rome, Scipio epitaph.). 
— Dat. sing, aedilii, XIV 351 (Ostia). — 
Abl. sing, aedile, II 1963 {Lex Salpen- 
sana, 1 st ) col. 2 1. 13. — Noin. plur. 
aedilis, II 1967 (Malaca. N. b. * fail 
fortasse in lapide aediles). — Nom. plur. 
aidile, VI 1277 = 31585 (Rome). — 
Abbrev. aed. aedil., freq. everywhere; 
aedd. = duo a ptt Hex. IX 3429 (Peltuinum, 
242); AEDiLiB., XIV 2213 (Nemus Dianae, 
2 nd ) ; aedi., X 5843 (Perentinum), VIII 
4893 (Thibursicum Numidarmn); a. d. 
{sic), VIII 17457 (Merdes): a.. IX 3435 
(Peltuinum i. 

II Use. 

(A) Magistrates of the Roman govern- 
ment. 



('/) The plebeian aediles, aediles pie- 
ius, plebi, or plebeii. [N. I». The variant 
forms arc seldom denoted in inscrr., where 
the title is generally abbreviated], ae- 
dilis i'lebis, X 531 (Salernnm), V 864 
(Aquileia); aedilis plebi, VI L396 (Rome), 
III 254 (Ancyra), VIII 971 (Neapolis); 
aedilis plebbivs, VI 382.! (Borne). — 
Abbrev., aedilivm pleb., VI 1095 (Rome, 
3 d ); aidile(s) pleib., VI 1277 = 31585 
(Rome, B. C.); aedili pleb., IX 4965 
(Cures. l sl -2'" 1 ), XII 3165 (Nemausus, 
2 nd ); aedili pi.., XI 3004 (ager Viterben- 
sis); aedil. pleb., VI 1822 (Rome), V 
3347 (Verona); aedil. pl., VIII 5350 
(Calama) ; aed. pleb., X 4750 (Suessa, 2 ml ). 
XII 3164 (Nemausus, 2"' 1 ), XIII 1802 
(Lugudunum, 2 1 " 1 ) ; aed. pl., I 206 {Lex 
Mia Manic., 45 B. C.) 1. 24; P p. 199 
XXIX (Rome, elogium C. Octavi) ; VI 
1311 (Rome, 61 B. C). 1319 (ib.. B.C.) 
1330, 1480, 1481. 1498 (Rome) 1502*. 
1503 (ib., 2 1 " 1 ), 1855, 1933 (Rome); XIV 
2604 (Tusculum), 3598 (Tibur) ; X 530 
(Salernnm), 6006 (Minturnae, 2 nd ); IX 
4194 (Amiternum), 5645 (Trea); XI 6319 
(Pisaurum). 6616 (near Palerii); V 4326 
(Brixia). [For subordinates in the office 
of the aediles. plebis, see s. v. decvrialis, 
librarivs, scriba, viator]. 

(/;) The patrician aediles, aediles cv- 
rvles. Very freq. in inscrr. Noteworthy 
the case of a patrician aed. curulis adopted 
into a plebeian family and become aed. 
plcbis. VI 1330 (Rome): {Me) aid. cvr. 
... lo[c]avit, eisdem aid. pl. prob(avit). 
In the Scipio epitaphs, aidilis alone 
stands for aidilis cvrvlis, I 30 = VI 1285: 

CONSOL, CENSOR, AIDILIS, Q_VEI FVIT APVD 

vos; I 31= VI 1286: [a]idiles {sic), 
cosol. cesor; I 32 = VI 1287: consol, 

CENSOR, AIDILIS, HIC FVET (sic) a[pVD VOS] J 

similarly in a few other inscrr. — Rarely 
written in full, aedilis cvrvlis, I p. 280 
XIV = P p. 201 XXXVII = IX 2845 
(Histonium, elogium P. Cornell Scipionis 
Afrieani); IX 4854 (Forum Novum). — 
aedili cvrvli, VI 1377 (Rome, 2 nd ); XIV 
3611 (Tibur, 3 d ); IX 973 (Compsa); XI 
5670 (Attidium); III 1457 (Sarmizege- 
tusa, 170); VIII 7030 (Cirta, 180-8); 
II 3533 (Murcia) ; XII 2453 (Narbonen- 
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1851 (Rome). — Abbrev., aedilivm cv- 
rvl., VI 1869 (Rome). — aedili cvrvl., 

V 6974 (Taurini. 1 st ). — aedil. cvrvll. 
(sic), X 531 (Salernum). — aedil. cvrvl.. 
VI 1068 (Rome, 214), 1838, 1847 (ib.. 
2 ud ), 1610, 1822, 1846 (Rome); XIV 
2866 (Praeneste) ; X 3722 (Volturnum); 

V 1874 (Concordia, 2 nd ), 6975 (Taurini, 
1 st ). — aedil. cvr., VI 103 (Rome. 3 d ), 
1648, 1844, 30692 (Rome): XIV 3625 
(Tibnr); XI 6370 (Pisaunim). — aed. 
cvrvlivm, X 4832 (Rufrae). — aed. cv- 
rvllivm (sic), XI 3887 (Capena). — aed. 
cvrvli designato, IX 2339 (Allifae). — 
aed. cvrvli, VIII 18270 (Civ. Lambae- 
sitana). — aed. cvrvl., VI 1837 (Rome). 
Ill 291, 6818 (Antiochia Pisidiae). — 
aed. (aid.) cvr., verv freq. Exx. : I 38 = 
VI 1293 (Rome, Scipio epitaph., 2 nd B. C); 
I p. 278 III = 1« p. 198 XXVI = VI 
1304 (Rome, after 121 P. C); VI 1303 
(ibid.); I 206 (Lex M. Munic, 45 B. C); 
I p. 278 IV = P p. 198 XXV1I = VI 
1310 (Rome, elogium C. Iuli Caesaris 
Straboais); 1 p. 279 X = I 2 p. 200 
XXXIII (ibid., elog. C. Claudi Pulcri) : 
I p. 287 XXVIII = F p. 192 X = XI 

1827 (Arretium, elog. Ap. Claudi Caeci): 
I p. 288 XXIX = F p. 193 XIII = XI 

1828 (ibid., elog. Q. Fabi Maximi), cf. 
P p. 198 XXVI; I p. 289 XXX = = F 
p. 194 XV = XI 1829 (ibid., elog. L. 
Aemili Paulli); I p. 292 XXXIV = I s 
p. 196 XXI = XI 1832 (ibid., elog. L. 
Licini Luculli): XI 1835 (ibid., clog. 
L. Marti Maori) ; VI 1324 (Rome, 23 
B. C); I 803 = VI 810, VI 1330 (ibid., 
B. C); Annee Epigr. (1901). p. 23 = 
p. 49 (ibid., 1 st ); VI 1517, 1808, 1810, 
1818, 1839, 1841, 1849, 1852, 1853 
(Rome); XIV 188 (Ostia), 3595 (Tibur),. 
3949 (Nomentum); X 1122 (Abellimim), 
1698 (Puteoli, B. C), 1723, 1725 (Pu- 
teoli), 5182 (Casinum, 1 st ), 5911 (Ana- 
gnia); IX 4119 (Aequiculi) ; XI 3101 
(Falerii), 4207 (Interamna), 4358 (Ame- 
ria), 5672 (Attidium), 6164 (Suasa) ; V 
879 (Aquileia, 1 st ); VIII 14291 (Thi- 
biuca, 2 nd ). Add. VI 1501 (Rome, 1 st ); 
pr(aetor) ex s. c. pro aed(ilibvs) cvr(v- 
libvs) ivs dixit. [For subordinates in 
tlie office of the aediles curules, see. s. v. 

DECVRIALIS, LIBRARIV3, PRAECO, SCRIBa]]. 
Thtt. linguae lot. epigr. 



(c) The aediles (plebis) ceriales, estab- 
lished in 46 B. C. by Julius Caesar to 
supervise the reorganized distribution of 
the annona q. v., and the ludi Cei 

(See cerialis). The title is almost alwa 
abbreviated in inscrr. Aedilivm . . . pleb. 
cerialivm, VI 1095 (Rome, 3 d ). — ae- 
dilis cer[i]a[li]s, III 7339 (Philippi,2 nd ). 

— aedili pleb. cerial., VI ' 1 550 (Rome), 
XIV 155 (Ostia). — aedili pleb. cer., 
XI 6009 (Sestinum). — aedili ceriali 

designato, VI 1345 (Rome). AEDILI 

ceriali. XIV 2925 (Praeneste, l st -2 nd ), 
XI 6338 (Pisaurum). — aedil. [ple]b. 
cerial., VI 1822 (Rome). — aedil. pleb. 
cerial., IX 2457 (Saepinum, 2 nd ). — 
aedil. ceriali, XI 3364 (Taiquiiiii ). — 
aedil. cerial., VIII 12442 (Vina). — 
aed. pleb. cerial., V 7153 (Piedmont. 2 nd ). 

— aed. pl. cer., VI 91 (Rome, 1 st ), XIV 
3590 (Tibur?). — aed. pl. ger. (sic), XI 
5173 (Vettona). — aed. cerialis, IX 2335 
(Allifae). — aed. cer., IX 3667 (Marsi 
MaiTUvium), X 525 i Salernum). — aed. 
caer. (sic), IX 2213 (Telesia). [For sub- 
ordinates in the office of the aediles cc- 
riales, see s. v. decvrialis, scriba]. 

(d) Roman aediles named simply, with- 
out distinction of epithet. [Cf. above, (b), 
at beginning). I 197 (Lex Bantina, 133- 
118 B. C.) 1. lxxviii : dic(tator), co(n)- 
s(vl), pr(aetor). mag(ister) eq_(vitvm), 
cens(or) aid(ilis), tr(ibvnvs) pl(ebis). 
q_(vaestor) ; I 198 (Lex Repetund., 123- 
2 B. C.) 1. lxxviii ; [dictator, praetor, 
aedilisve; I 206 (Lex Iuli a Munic, 4."> 
B. C.) 1. 69 : aedilivm . . . procvratio, and 
add 11. 21, 27. 28, 30, 32, 33, 34, 46, 50. 
54; VI 1375 (Rome, B. C): per edictvm 
aedilis ; VI 1946 (Rome): hoc monvmen- 
tvm apparitorvm. praeconvm aedilivm 
vetervm vicarivm est, VI 12389 (Rome) : 

IN HOC MONVMENTO SIVE SEPVLC(ro) COR- 

p(ora) per aedil(es) inferre licebit; I 
187 = VI 29, VI 7. 1375 (Rome. B.C.), 
VI 903 (Rome, 36-7), 1482. 1483 (Rome); 
XIV 171 (Ostia), 4oo (ibid., 141). 2107 
(Lanuvium), 3602 (Tibur); IX 2663 (Ae- 
sernia); I 1160, X 5922, 5926 (Anagnia, 
B. C); I 1177, 1178 (Arpinum, B. C); 
I 1191, 1192. X 6228 (Fundi, B.C.); 
X 5056, 5057 (Atina). 6072. 6101 (Por- 
miae), 6235, 6238 (Fundi). 8067 1 , 8067 2 

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(Pompeii, pondera)\ XI 6053 (Urri- 
mini Mataurense); V 2112 (Tarvieiom, 
•J"' 1 ), 862 (Aquileia), 3339, 3343 i Verona); 
I L490 (Mumel, B.C.) 

( l»i Magistrates of the provincial towns. 

tnicipia, coloniae, praefeclurae). (a) 
Simply aedilis without distinctive epithet, 
very tVoq. Kxx.. (1) in Italy: at Ostia, 
XIV 171. 332, 349, 353, 373 (3 d ) 375, 
100 (2 nd ), U2, 115, 4130. — at Lanu- 
yium, XIV 2089, 2097, 2104 (2 nd ), 2114. 
2116, 2121, 2122, I 61 = XIV 2123, 
4178c (Lariuvium), X 6681 (Antinm). — 
at Aricia. XIV 2169, 2171 I Alicia), 4196 
(Nemus Dianae). — at Nemus Dianae. 
XIV 2213, 2219 (2 nd ). — at Tusculum. 
XIV 2579, 2580, 2622, 2625, 2626, 2034. 
2636(131), 2638; Notiz. (1905) p. 271. 

— at Praeneste, XIV 2964-7 (1 st ). 2974, 
2975, 2989 (1 st ); I 1142 = XIV 3000; 
XIV 3014, 3021. — at Giciliano, XIV 
3512. - - at Tibur, XIV 3538. 3602 (1 st ). 
3665 (1 st ), 3078. — at Nomentum, XIV 
3941. 3955. — at Piculea, XIV 4002. 

— at Tarracina, X 6320. — at Fundi. 
X 0228. 0232-4 0239. 6241 3. — at 
Formiae, X 1800 (Puteoli). 0105, 0107-8 
(Pormiae). — at Mintnrnae. X 6013, 
6010. — at Antium, X 8295. — at Fe- 
rentinum, X 5832. 584:!. 5847. 5853. — 
at Sora. V 970 (Aquileia). X 5714(Sora). 

— at Aquinum, X 5399. 5415. — at 
Atina. X 5000. 5007 (2" d ). 5072, 5076-8. 

— at Volcei. X 1809 (Puteoli). — at 
Venafrnm, X 4869, 4879. 4880, 4881 
(6), 4883, 4887. 4888. 4895. — at Ca- 
iatia. X 4583. — at Capua. X 3803-4. 

:2. 3830. 3914-15. — at Acerrae, X 
3758. — at Puteoli. X 1570 (2 nd ) 1799, 
1801. 1810. — at Nola. X 1233 (1 st ), 
1265, 1200 (1 st ), 1274.— at Abella, X 
1214. — at Abellinum, X 1129. 1135, 
1137-41. — at Nuceria Alfaterna.X 1081. 
at Pompeii. X 427. 801, 826 (50), 
327, 1019 (l 8t ), 1036 (Pompeii), 1273 
(Nola); IV 1096, 1189, 1190, 3256, 3257, 
3287, 3338 etc. i Pompeii, dipinti). — at 
Surrentum, X 688 (1 st ). — at Bnxentum. 
X 461. — at Griimentum. X 208 (119- 
2o,. 220 (51 B. C), 224, 227. — at Po- 
tentia. X 131, 130-8 (Potentia), 434 
(Muro). — at Petelia. X 113, 114. — 
at Mazara, X 7211. — at Lilybaeum, X 



7222. — at Rudiae, IX 23 (2 nd ), 25. — 
at Canusium, IX 341, 4 15. — at Ve- 
nusia. I p. 471 = 1* p. 00 = IX 422 
(Fasti Venusini), 441, 442. 1 17. 451. 
153, 456. — at Ausculum, IX 666. — 
,.t Eerdoniae, IX 089. — at Larinum, 
XI 735-738. — at Compsa. IX 668 
(Ansculum). 975, 977 (Compsa). — ;i( 
Aeclanum, IX 1 133, 1 139, 1143. 1 lt;7, 
1108 (Aeclanum). XII 4379 (Narbo). — 
at Trevicum. IX 1414, 1415. — at Ae- 
quum Tuticnm. IX 1419. — at Ligures 
Baebiani, IX 1465. — at Beneventum, 
IX 1503 (Pagus Veianus, 167), 1614, 
1622. 1032. 1044, 1048, 1651, 1657, 
1658, 1001 (Beueventum). — at Telesia, 
IX 2128, 2221, 2230. — at Allifae. IX 
2340, 2348, 2353, 2354. 2357. 2359. — 
at Saepiuum. IX 2405, 2472. — at Fa- 
gifulae, IX 2557. — at Bovianum Unde- 
cimanorum. IX 2565. — at TeiTentum. 
IX 2000 (1 st ), 2003. — at Aesernia. IX 
2650, 2063. — at Histonium, IX 2854-0. 

— at Anxanum, IX 2999. — at Teate 
Marruciuorum, IX 3024. 3025; Notiz. 
(1887) p. 159. — at Sulmo. IX 3083. — 
at Corfinium. IX 3160, 3174. — at Su- 
peraequum, IX 3309, 3310, 3312-14. — 

at Aufinnm, IX 3385. — at Peltuinum. 
IX 3431, 3433, 3434. — at Furfo, IX 
3513 (58 B. C), 3519. — at Amiternum. 
IX 4182, 4197. 4198, 4202, 4205, 4209. 
4212. — at Urbs Salvia, IX 5539. — 
at Falerio, IX 5439 (3 d ), 5442-4, 545.;. 
5455. — at Firmum Picenum, IX 5369. 

— at Auximum, IX 5841. — at A rim i- 
num, XI 361, 409, 416, 422. — at Fa- 
ventia, XI 632. - at Forum Corneli. V 
1893 (Concordia), XI 670 (Forum Cor- 
neli). — at Motina, XI 838. — at Re- 
giurn Lepidum, XI 909. — at Pisae, XI 
1441. — at Florentia. XI 1000, 1001. 
1003. — at Volaterrae, XI 1745. 1748, 
1752. — at Arretium. XI 1841, 1847, 
1848, — atPerusia. XI 1924. 1920, 1941. 

— at Clusium, XI 2118. 2121, 2124. — 
at Montalcino, XI 2604. — at Sutrium, 
XI 3256. — at Tarquinii, XI 3382. — 
at Caere, XI 3015. 3932.— at Narnia, 
XI 4125. — at Interamna, XI 4212, 
4219. — at Ameria, XI 4378. — at 
Carsulae, XI 4588. — at Tuder, XI 4660, 
4662, 4750. — at Fulginiae, XI 5217. — 



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at Hispellum, XI 5269 a, 5279, 5283, 
5287. — at Asisium, XI 5395. — at 
Arna, XI 5614. — at Camerinum, XI 
5635. — at Attidium, XI 5675. — at 
Sentinum, XI 5753, 5754. — at Tifer- 
num Tiberinum, XI 5938. — at Tifernum 
Mataurense, XI 5993. — at Sestinura, 
XI 6012. — at Forum Semproni, XI 
6123. — at Pisaurum, XI 6357, 6375, 
6377. — at Sassina, XI 6505. — at 
Pola, V 27 (198), 47, 50, 51, 53, 63. 

— at Tergeste, V 544, 554, 558. — at 
Aquileia, V 1015. — at Concordia, V 1895, 
1904, 8667. — at Altinum, V 722 (ager 
Tergestinus). — at Patavium, V 2785. — 
at Brixia, V 4384, 4385, 4393, 4413, 
4419, 4457 (Brixia), 4957 (Camunni), 
4981 (fiiva). — at Laus, V 6347. — at 
Ticinum, V 6432. — at Eporedia, V 6788, 
6790, 6796. — at Augusta Praetoria, V 
6838, 6842 (Aug. Praetoria), 6896 (Alpis 
Graia). — at Augusta Taurinorum, V 
6965, 7015. — in Piedmont, V 7158. - 
at Caburrum, V 7340. — at Libarna, V 
7425. — at Industria, V 7468. — at 
Sp/'gno, V 7544. — at Hasta, V 7566-7. 

— at Alba Pompeia, V 7600, 7605-8. — 
at Albintimilium, V 7813-14. — at Mo- 



7824. 



at Forum Geimano- 



7835. 



noecus, V 
rum, V 

(2) In the eastern provinces, (a) Dal- 
matia: at Aequum, III 1596 (237), 2730, 
2733, 7969. — at Iader, III 2919, 2920, 
2931. — at Narona, III 1832, 14626. 

— at Salonae, III 2026, 2049, 2072, 
2074, 2081, 2084, 2085, 2087, 3158, 
6378, 8793, 8799, 8802. — et Nedinum, 
III 2870. — at Aenona, III 2977, 14322 4 . 

- at Albona, III 3047, 3054-6. — at Apso- 
rus, III 3138, 3139, 3147. — at Arba, 
III 2931, 10121. — at Epetium?, Ill 
14230. — at Epidaurum, III 8407. — 
(b) Noricum: at Celeia, III, 5143, 5225, 
5309. — at Solva, III 5606. — at Ce- 
tium, III 5663. — at Virunum, III 4838. 

— at Ovilava, III 5606. — (c) Moesia : 
at Municipium Tropaeum, III 7474. — 
at Troesmis, III 7504, 7508. — at Ra- 
tiaria, III 8090. — at Viminacium, III 
8109, 8127. — at Scupi, III 8189. — 
Uncertain town, III 7599. — (d) Pau- 
nonia: at Aquincum, III 10461-4, 10475. 

— at Poetovio, III 4038. — at Savaria, 



III 4179 (3 d ). — at Scarbantia, III 4243, 
14355 12 , 14355 19 . - - at Vindobona. Ill 
4557. — Uncertain town, III 6235. — 
(e) Raetia: at Castra Regina, III 14370 10 . 

— (/) Dacia: at Napoca, III 827 (A. D. 
239), 857, 858 (3' 1 ), 7633. — at Apulum, 
III 1139 (235). — (g) Macedonia: at 
Dyrraehium. Ill 609, 611. - - at Philippi, 
III 654, 7335. - - at Potidaca, III 7321, 
7333. — at Thessalonica, III 14203". — 
(li) Achaia: at Patrae, III 500. - - at 
Kalo-Achaia, III 12279. — (?) Asia 
Minor and the East: at Germe, III 286. 

— at Antiochia Pisidiae, III 295. — at 
Alexandria Troas, III 392, 6829, 6833, 
6839, 6840, 6841, 7071. — at Tvraan- 
dus. Ill 6866. — at Sinope. Ill 6980. — 
at Berytus, III 6687 (1 st ). 

(3) In the African provinces. At Mactar, 
VIII 631. — at Avula, VIII 714, 715. — 
at Thibica, V11I 769. — at Municipium 
Giufitanum, VIII 859 = 12376, 860, 861, 
12378, 12379, 12381. — at Villa Magna, 
VIII 895 (239). — at Neapolis, VIII 
972. — at Curubis, VIII 978 (20 B. C), 
980. — at Municipium Mizigitanum, VIII 
993. — at Carthago, X 6104 (Formiae). 

— at Vaga, VIII 1 224-5, 14403. — at Chi- 
siduo, VIII 1270 (+). — at Thugga, VIII 
1494, 15524 (224). — at Theveste, VIII 
1842, 16556. — at Mascula, VIII 2248. 

— at Thamugadi, VIII 2344, 2403. — 
at Lambaesis, VIII 2620 (3 d ), 2621, 3295, 
3300. — at Verecunda, VIII 4219 (3 d ), 
19489. — at Diana, VIII 4575, 4577, 
4579, 4580, 4583 (198), 4585, 4588 
(164-5), 4596 (209), 4597 (201-2), 4600. 

at Nova Sparsa, VIII 4626. — at 
Madaura, VIII 4681, 4683. — at Nat- 
tabutes, VIII 4838. at Thubursicum 
Numidarum, VI II 4874,4886,4888,4891, 
4892, 1893, 17164. — at Calama, VIII 
5297, 5298. 5305. — at Arsacal, VIII 
6046. — at Tiddis, VIII 6710-11. — 
at Cirta, VIII 6942, 6944 (2 lld -3 d ), 6957, 
6958. 7095, 7101-3, 7105, 7110,7115, 
7117-18, 7123-5. — at Cuicul, VIII 
8300 (2 lld ), 8310 (2 ud ), 10899, 20144 
(160), 20148, 20152 (147). 20164. - 
at Sitifis, VIII 8439, 8466 (156), 8493. 

— at An/zia, VIII 9092. — at Rusguniae. 
VIII 9250, 9251. — at Caesarea, V1I1 
9374, 9402, 9404, 9411. — at Manliana, 



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VIII 9617. — at Oppidum Novum. VIII 
9643. at Cartenna, VIII 9663. — at 
Portus Magnus, VIII «»77:i. — at Sufe- 

tula. VIII 1 I:; I'.'. - at Tlniluiriiica. VIII 

I 1686, I 1692, 1 in 1 .':;. I 1704, 14730; 
Rev. Aivh. (1905) p. 170 no. 123. — 
at Vallis, VIII L4783. atMustis, VIII 
IB585, 15588, 15592. — at Sicca, VIII 
17104. — at Hippo Regius, VIII 17 Ids. 

— at Merdes, V1I1 L7457. — Uncertain 
towns, VIII 883, 122:>:i. 12425 (229). 

(4) In Spain (including Portugal): at 
Pax Iulia. II -Mi. - at Olisipo, II 192-4, 
261. at Norba II 695. — at Caesa- 
robriga, II 896. — at Axati, II 1054. — 
at Bispalis, II II 70. 1188. — at Osset, 

II 1256. — at Baena, II 1596. — at 
Tucci. II 1666, 1007, 1079. — at Ma- 
laga. II 1964 i Lex Malacit.) LIII, LIIII, 
LXVI; 1907. — at Salpensa, II 1903 
| Lex Salpens.) XXVI, XXVII sq. — at 
Vallis Singilis, II 2059. — at Urgavo, 
II 21(10. — at Isturgi, II 2121. — at 
Obulco, II 2120. 2129-31, 2149«. — at 
Corduba, II 2223, 2226. 2227, 2342. — 
at Cabeza del Grieco, II 3103-4. — at 
Ebusus. II 3602. — at Pollentia, II 
3090-8. — at Mago, II 3708-10. — at 
Saguntum, II 3854, 3855, 3857, 3858, 
3860, 3864, 3865, 4028, 6055. — at 
Tarraco, II 4194. 4212, 4224, 4262, 4274, 
4275, 4270 (Tarraco), 4610 (Iluro). — 
at Barcino, II 4521, 4523-5 4527-30, 
4532-3. 6150-1. — at Aeso, II 4404. — 
at Baetulo, II 4610. — at Gerunda, II 
4622. — at Urso, II 5439 {Lex Urso- 
nensis) LXII 1. 15, etc. — at Azuaga. 
II 5547. — at Ilerda, II 5848. — ' at 
Carthago Nova, II 5041 (Asso, 2 nd ). — 
Uncertain town, II 3174 (Tarraconensis). 

(5) In Gaul: at Vasio. XII 1371, 1377. 

— in the aqer Voconliorum, XII 1514, 
1711. — at Vienna, XII 1821.1877. 1883. 
1887. 1 889. — at Aquae Sextiae, XII 522, 
525. ■ at A relate. XII 096, 710. 711. 

— at Arausio, XII 1235. — at Dea Au- 
gusta, XII 1504. — at Gratianopolis. XII 
2245. — at Genava, XII 2014. — at 
Nemausus, XII 3193, 3195, 3100, 3217 
(2 nd ), 0227. 322S. 0220. 3257. 3201, 
0270. :;u>2. 3292, 4357, 4387, 4389, 
1396, 4401, 4421. 4423, 4427, 6037«. 

— at Sextantio, XII 4190. — at Bae- 



terrae, XII 4238. — at Aquae Iuliae» 
XII I3ii3. — at Petrucorii, XIII 969- 

— at Lugndunum, XIII L900, 1917 (1 st ), 
1919. — at Agedineum, XIII 2949 (250). 

— at Civitas Tungrorum, XIII 8599.— 
Uncertain town, XII 351. 

(0) Uncertain towns, probably of Italy. 
VI 951 (Home, 97), L684 (Rome, 321), 
9288, 9289, 29731. 

(/>) Aedilis as local magistrate, with 
additional title. (1) aedilis ivre dicvndo, 

IX 203 (Gnathia), 609 (Ausculurn), 690 
(Herdoniae). 1046, 1656 (Beneventum) ; 
XI 3614 (Caere, 2 nd ); III 10738 (Igg); 
VIII 19696 (Civ. Celtianensium). 

(2) AEDILIS QVINQJVENNALIS, VI 29699 

(Rome, for some town) ; XIV 2621, Notiz. 
(1905) p. 271 (Tusculum); X 6015 (Min- 
turnae), 6240 (Fundi); IX 3429 (Peltui- 
num, 242), 3427, 3438 (Peltuinum), 4126, 
4132 (Aequiculi), 4892 (Trebula Mu- 
tuesca); III 1517 (Sarmizegetusa). 

(3) aedilis cvrvlis, X 1785 (Puteoli) ; 
XI 4378(Ameria); III 2077 (Salonae). — 
XI 385, 386 (Ariminum) : in vir(o) aedili 
cvrvli ; XI 387 (ibid.): aedili cvi et cv- 
rvlis i(vris) d(ictio) et plebeia mandata 

EST. 

(4) cerialis aedilis, VIII 6962 (Cirta). 

(5) aedilis annonae, XI 3614 (Caere). 

(6) mi vir aedilis, aedilis iiii vir (ivre 
dicvndo) etc. mi vir aedilis, XIV 3581 
(Tibur); X 379 (bet. Altinum and Vol- 
cei), 6428 (Circeii); IX 3084, 3092 
(Sulmo), 3357 (Pinna), 3922 (Alba Fu- 
cens, 2 nd ), 3941, 3942, 3945 (Alba Fu- 
cens); XI 1749 (Volaterrae), 1905 (Cor- 
tona), 4081, 4087, 4094, Notiz. (1898) 
p. 406 (Ocriculum); XI 4122, 4124 (Nar- 
nia), 4579 (Carsulae), 5288 (Hispellum), 
3123 (Falerii), 3211 (Nepet). — mi vir 
pro aedile, Notiz. (1898) p. 57 {Pitigliano). 

— aedilis iiii vir, VI 29713 (Rome, for 
some town); X 330 (Atina), 434 (Po- 
tential XI 1610 (Florentia), 5811 (Igu- 
vium), 6014 (Sestinum, 3 d ); III 9940 
(Asseria). — aedilis iiii vir ivre dicvndo, 

X 399 (ager Atinas), 8105, 8106 (Volcei); 

XI 4389 (Ameria), 5904 (Pitinum Mer- 
gens), 0056, 6058, 0002, 0067, 6068 
(Urvinum Mataurense) ; III 2073, 2075, 
2083, 8737, 8786, 8787 (Salonae). 

(7) aedilis qvaestoriae potestatis, 



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149 



VIII 6712 (Tiddis), 7990, 7991 (Rusi- 
cade). — aed(ilis) hab(ens) ivr(is) di- 
c(tionem) q_(vaestoris) pro praet(ore), 
VIII 7986 (Rusicade). — aedilis pro 
qjvaestore, X 219 (Grurneutum, 57 B. 

C). 

(8) aed(ilis) p(rocvrandis?) a(edibvs?). 

X 827 (Pompeii). — aedilis (d. r. p.) 
v. a. s. p. p. (meaning not certain. Cf. 
Ruggiero I p. 252), IV 176, 203, 222, 
317, 319, 427, 433. 636, 647, 668, 1137; 
Annee Epigr. (1902) p. 52 no. 193 (Pom- 
peii, dipinti). 

(9) aid(ilis) sen(ator) cop(tatvs) (sic), 
X 5914, 5916 (Anagnia). 

(10) pr(a)ef(ectvs) pro edilibvs (sic), 
VIII 21078 (Caesarea). 

(C) Aedilis as title of religions function- 
aries, having no connection with the civic 
office, (a) aedilis Etrvriae, XI 2116, 
2120 (Clusium), 3257 (Sutrium), 3615 
(Caere). [Cf. XI 1905 (Cortona): mi vir 
aed. q_. [pr.] Etrvriae]. (b) aedilis 

(ET PRAETOR) SACRl(s) VoLK(ANl) (sic) FA- 

civ(ndis), XIV 3, 351. 375, 376, 390 

(2 nd ), 391 (Ostia). (c) aedilis lvstralis, 
XIV 2603, 2628 (Tusculum, B. C). (d) 
aedilis avgvstalis, X 1493 (Neapolis). 
(e) aedilis ac sacerdos, VIII 1224, 1225 
(Vaga). (/) aedilis castrorvm (= aedi- 
tuus, q. v. Gk. vscDxoQog). VI 231 (Rome). 
— [Add XI 3259 (Sutrium): (illius) scri- 

BAE AEDIl(iVM?) DlESPITRIs]. 

(D) Aedites in the army and in col- 
legia. VI 1063 (Rome, 212): (ilk) ae- 
dilis factvs a vexillatione; III 0102, 
6166 (Troesmis, 2 nd ): aedilis in the bar- 
racks (cauabae). — XIV 2636 (Tuscu- 
lum, 131): aedil(is) et cvrat(or) soda- 
l(itatis); XIV 3684 (Tibur): aedil(is) 
Ivvenvm Tibvri ; III 5678 (Lauriacum) : 
aed(ilis) [c]ol(legi) Ivvenv[m]. 

AEDILITAS. « The rank, dignity, func- 
tions, of aedilis », « aedileship ». In 
Rome and the towns. 

[Form, edilicilit. (sic). VIII 9073 
(Auzia). — Abbrev.. aed., VI 9288, 9289 
(Rome), XIV 2115 (Lauuvium). VIII 
1842 (Theveste), 2344 (Thamugadi), 6996 
(Cirta, 200), 8300 (Cuicul, 2 nd ), 8466 
(Sitifis, 156), 84 l J7 (Sitifis). — aedil.. 
XII 2611 (Genava). — aedil.t.. Ill 633 
(Philippi). — aedilitat., X 37U4 (Cu- 



mae), XI 3123 (Falerii), 5278 (Hispel- 
lum), VIII 4219 (Verecunda)]. 

Esp. freq. in the phrase: ob honorejw 
aedilitatis. IX 3314 (Superaequum, 271); 
XI 3123 (Falerii); X 7223 (Lilybaeum ; 
III 033 (Philippi), 2871 (Nedinum); VIII 
858, 862, 863 (Mun. Giufitanum), 895, 
12382 (Villa Magna, 239), 1842 (The- 
veste), 2344, 17834 (Thamugadi), 3295 
(Lambaesis), 4219 (Verecunda), 4874 
Thubursicum Numidarum), 6942, 6947, 
6996, 7095, 7105, 7121, 7122, 19489 
(Cirta), 7990, 7991 (Rusicade), 8300 
(Cuicul. 2 nd ), 8466 (Sitifis, 156), 8497 
(Sitifis), 9024 (Auzia, 3 d ), 9073? (Auzia), 
9319 = 20936 (Tipasa, 209), 9352, 
10981=20986, 20987 (Caesarea, 209), 
'.'754 (Portus Magnus, 196), 11345 (Su- 
fetula), 12435 (Prov. Procons., 239); II 
342.'i, 3 124 (Carthago Nova). — Similarly, 
VIII 14372 (Prov. Procons.): in hono- 
rem aedilitatis; XI 5278 (Hispellum): 

IN HONORE AED(ILITATIS) MORTVVS EST ; XIV 

2115 (Lanuvium) : pro honore ae[d](ili- 
tatis); VIII 8469 (Sitifis, 207): ob pol- 

L1CITATIONEM HONORIS AEDILITATIS J X 3704 

(Cumae): honorem aedilitat(is) lavdabi- 
liter administravit; VIII 769 (Mun. Thi- 
bica)^ MVLTIPI.ICATIS svmmis honoraris 
(sic) aedilitatis svae. — V 532 (Ter- 
geste, 138-161) II 1. 6: per aedilitatis 
gradvm: VIII 17838 (Thamugadi): inlata 
r(ei) p(vblicae) legitima aedilitatis ; XII 
2611 (Genava) : (Mi) officio inter con- 

VICANOS SVOS FVNCTO AEDILITATIS ; IX 

5445 (Falerio): aedilitate rimessa ; VI 
1511, 1512 (Rome): (/7/7) eodem anno 
ad aedilitatem promoto ; VI 9288 (Rome, 
for some town) : in aed(ilitate) decvrio 
adlectvs; VI 9289 (Rome, ibid.): in sva 

AED(ILITATe) DEC(VRIO) LECTVS EST | II 1964 

(Lex Malacitaua) LIII : q_vi aedilitatem 

Q_VAESTVRAMVE PETET ; ib. LIX .* QVI II 

VTRATVM, AEDILITATEM, QVAESTVRAMVE PE- 

tet; X 7490 (Lipara), VIII 11677 (Thala), 
12380 (Mun. Giufitanum): anno aedili- 
tatis svae; X 688 (Surrentnm): aedili- 
tate spectacvlvm gladia[torvm] circen- 
sivm edidit; XI 4406 (Ameria) frgmt. : 

AEDILITATEM. 

[* AEDI • MATIONIS. Corrupt reading 
in Ed. Diocl., Tntrod. II 1. 2 fill p. 1929): 

VT NOMEN AEDI ■ MATIONIS ET FACTI EXPLI- 



150 



AKDI 



AEDI 



Care hvmanae lingvae ratio non possit]. 
AEDITIMVS. See AEDITVMVS. 
AKDITIO. See EDITIO. 

aeditva. - A woman temple-guar- 
dian, sexton ». [Cf. AEDITVVS, AEDI- 
TVMVS]. VI 2209 (Rome): Doridi, Asi- 
nii, Galli aeditvae a Diana; VI 2213 
(Rome) : Lollia Vrhana, aeditva ministra. 

AEDITVMVS, AEDITIMVS. - Temple- 
guardian. or caretaker », « sexton ». [Cf. 
AEDITVVS]. VI 345 (Rome): Isidi sa- 

CRVM. ASTRAGALVS AEDITIMVS; VI 4327 

(Rome. 1 st ): Cerdo, Antoniaes (sic) Drvsi 
aeditvmvs Veneris; XIV 256 (Ostia) 1. 
1 7!*: (Me) aediti(mvs). 

AEDITVO, -ARE. « To serve as aedi- 
tuus i, q. v. VI 8707 (Rome): (illi) ae- 

DITVO AB ISEM PELAGIAM (s?C) . . . AEDITVAVIT 

an(nos) X. 

AEDITVS. See AEDITVVS. 

AEDITVVS. (AEDITVS). ■ Temple- 
guardian » , « caretaker » , « sexton » , of 
temple, shrine, tomb, or the like. [Cf. 
AEDITVMVS, AEDITVA]. [Forms, AE- 
DITVS. VI 302, 409. 2207, 4222, 8703. 
87u6, 8710-12, 9102 (Rome); XIV 32 
(Ostia): Am. Journ. Arch. (1898) p. 374 
etc. as below (Puteoli); I p. 327 = I 2 
p. 247, X 6638 c (Antium, 1 st ); VIII 
12652 (Carthago). — AEDITOS, VI 8713 
(Rome). — EDiTvvs, VI 2208 = 32446 
(Rome). — Ace. sing, aeditvom, VI 2068 
(Rome. 91). — Gen. plur. aeditvom, VI 
2202 (Rome), XIV 2629 (Tusculum). — 
Gen. plur. aeditvvm, XIV 2629 (Tuscu- 
lum). — Abbrev.. aeditv., XIV 2637 (Tu- 
sculum). — aedit.. VI 2215, 8639 (1 st ), 
8714 (Rome); Notiz. (1901) p. 280 (Tu- 
sculum); XIV 2918 (Praeneste); X 1728 
(Puteoli), 6637, 6638, I p. 327 = I 2 
p. 247 (Antium); VIII 12654 (Carthago); 
XII 2215 (Gratianopolis). — aedi., VI 
2330 £ (Rome). — aed., VI 2212, 10291 
(Rome); X 8067 12 (Pompeii, a weight)]. 

(A) With name of the divinity of whose 
shrine the aedituus was in charge. VI 
122 = 32451 (Rome, 2 nd ): (illi) aeditvi 
Veneris Hortorvm Sallvstianorvm ; VI 
302 (Rome, 2 nd ): Hercvli Bvll(ato). M. 
Vlpivs Avg(vsti) li«(ertvs) Timocrates 
aeditvs ; VI 479 = XIV 32(Ostia I : Ascle- 
piades aeditvs Capitoli ; VI 538 (Rome) : 
Cresce(n)s AEDITVVS Avgg. NN.J VI 675 



Rome): (illi) aeditvi, and (/lie) aeditvvs 
de Moneta; VI 2068 (Rome, Arval, 91): 

[PIACVLVM FACTVM PER KAI.a]tOREM ET PV- 
BL1COS ET AEDITVOM (sic) IN [LVCO DEAE 

Diae]; VI 2202 (Rome): (illi) cvr(atori) 
aeditvom (sic) Castoris et Pollvcis, and 

AEDITVI CaSTOKIS ET POLLVCIS J VI 2203 

(Rome): (illius) aeditvi de aede Castoris 
et Pollvcis; VI 2204-7, 2208 = 32 1 16 
(Rome): aeditvi aed is Concordiae; VI 
2210 (Rome): (illi) aeditvo Dianae Plan- 
cianae; VI 2211 (Rome): aeditvvs Ma- 
tris D[evm]; VI 2330b (Rome): aedi- 
(tvvs) a sacrario divi Avg(vsti); VI 
4305 (Rome, 1 st ): aeditvvs Dianae Cor- 
nif(icianae) ; VI 4222 (ibid.): aeditvs 

TEMPLI DIVI Avg(vSTI) [e]t DIVAE AVGVSTAE 

qvod est in Palativm (sic) ', VI 5745 

(Rome): aeditvvs Vestae; VI 8423 (Rome): 

(////) AEDITVO AEDIS NePTVNI QVAE EST IN 

Circo Flamin(io) ; VI 8703 (Rome) : Cae- 

SARIS AEDITVS AB CONCORDIA; VI 8704 

(Rome, 1 st ): aeditvi templi novi divi 
Avg(vsti) ; VI 8705 (ibid.) : aeditvvs For- 
tvnae Redvcis; VI 8706 (ibid.): aeditvs 

AEDIS FORTVNAE TVLLIANAE ; VI 8707 

(ibid.) : (illi) aeditvo ab Isem Pelagiam 
(sic) ; VI 8708 (ibid.): aeditvvs de aede 
Iovis Porticvs Octaviae ; VI 8709 (ibid.): 
(illi) aeditvo aed(is) Martis Vltoris; VI 
8710 (ibid.): aeditvs Veneris Felicis ; 
VI 8711 (ibid.): aeditvs a Veste. — 
XIV 73 (Ostia): aeditvvs aedis Romae 
et Avg(vsti); XIV 2620 (Tusculum): 
avgvstales, aeditvi [Castoris e]t Pol- 
lvcis; XIV 2629 (ibid.): cvr(ator) ae- 
ditvom (sic) Castoris et Pollvcis, and 
xvi aeditvi Castoris et Pollvcis; Notiz. 
(1901) p. 280 = Dessau 6214 (ibid.): 
aed[it(vvs)] [a]edis Ca[st(oris) et] Poi - 
(lvcis); XIV 2637 (ibid.): mag(ister) ae- 
ditv(orvm) Castoris Pollvc(is) avgvsta- 
livm; XIV 2639 (ibid.): permissv aedi- 
tvvm (sic) Castoris et Pollvcis; XIV 
2918 (Praeneste): [ma]g(ister) aed(itvo- 
rvm) aed(is) C(astoris) P(ollvcis): XIV 
4257 (Tibur) : aeditvi H[ercvlis Victo- 
rs]; I p. 327 = l 2 p. 247 = X 6638 c 
{Fasti Aali'ites, 1 st ): aeditvs Fortvnarvm; 
V 5598 (ager Mediolanensis) : (illius) ha- 

RVSPICIS ET AEDITVI TEMPLI FORTVNAE ; V 

5306 (Comum.): aedi[tvo] Martis; III 
2902 (Iader): Apollini Lycio. (Ille) ae- 



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151 



ditvvs; V 519 (Tergeste): (Me) aeditvvs 
(of Mater Deum Magna); XII 2215 (Gra- 
tianopolis): (Me) Isidis aedit(ws). — 
Add VI 3879 = 32450 (Rome, 1 st ): 
[ae]ditvvs ab aede. 

(B) In religious associations, civil or 
military. VI 2212 (Rome): (Me) aedi- 
tvvs) mag(ister); VI 5183 (Rome, 2'"'): 

(UU) AEDITVO COLLEGI TABERNACLARIORVM ; 

III 5822 (Aug. Vindelicum): aeditvvs 
singvlarivm (of the ala II Flavia s/'n- 
gularium). 

(C) Aeditui named without further 
indication. VI 2214-18, 9102, 10291 
(Rome), 3926, 8712-14, 9102 (ibid., 1 st ); 
X 1728, 1958, Am. Journ. Arch. (1898) 
p. 374 = Annee Epigr. (1899) p. 9 = 
Notiz. (1901) p. 19 = Rev. Arch. (1901) 
p. 466 = Annee Epigr. (1901) p. 48 (Pu- 
teoli); X 8067 12 (Pompeii); X 6637 (An- 
tium, 1 st ); XI 2719 (Volsinii); V 767 
(Aquileia); Annee Epigr. (1902) p. 10 
(Moguntiacum); VIII 9425 (Caesarea), 
12052-4 (Carthago). 

AEDO etc. See EDO. 

AEDO, AEDON. (ScrjSmv). Lat. lu- 
scinia, « nightingale » , in sepulcral verse. 
VI 9118 (Rome): et svper (sc. tymulum) 

IN NIDO MaRATHONIS CANTET AEDON | VI 

25063 (Rome, 1 st ): cvm te, nate, fleo; 

PLANCTVS DABET (sic) ATTICA AEDO. 

AEDVA = haedua, « she-goat » . [Cf. 
haedvs, haeda]. VIII 8247 (Numidia) : 
aedva(m) Veneri. 

AEDVA. See AEDVVS. 

AEDVCATRIX. See EDVCATRIX. 

[* AEDVSA =? XI 6700 206 (Arretium, 
Arretine vase): P. Corn(elivs) Aedvsa, 
probably a personal name]. 

AEDVVS, AEDVA. «Aeduan», «of 
the tribe of the Aedui », in Gaul between 
the rivers Liger (Loire) and Arar (Saone). 
Subst. and adj. [Forms, aedvs, XII 3325 
(Nemausus) ; haedvvs, XII 5110 (Aven- 
ticum)]. 

XIII 1462 (Augustonemetum) : Sext. 
Orgivs Svavis, Aedvvs; 2014 (Lugudu- 
num) : Mariae Macrinae, Aedvae; 2669 
(Augustodunum) : (illius) in Aedvts con- 
sistentis ; 2828 (ager Aeduorum) : opifi- 
ces loricari qvi in Aedvis consist(vnt) ; 
2873 (Alesia) : (Me) omnibvs honoribvs 
apvd Aedvos et Lingones fvnctvs ; 2924 



(Autessiodurum) : (Mi) adivtori proc(v- 
ratoris) ... civitatis Aedvorvm ; 2940 
(Agedincum): (Mi fern.) civi Aedvae; 
5110 (Aventicum) : Haedvcrvm civitas; 
5353 (ad Iuram Montem): (Mi) Aedvo; 
XII 3325 (Nemausus): (Me) nat(ione) 
Aedvs; III 4498 (Carnuntum) : (Me) cives 
(sic) Aedws; VI 11090 = 34037 (Rome): 
(Mi) Aedvo. 

AEFLANVS (MONS). Name of a moun- 
tain in Latium, derived from the ancient 
town of Aefulae on its slope (near modern 
S. Gregorio di Sassula), rising on the 
spurs of the Sabine Hills between Tibur 
and Praeneste. (Now Monte S. Angela 
in Arcese). XIV 3530 (S. Gregorio di 
Sassula) : rivom aq_vae Ci.avdiae Avgv- 
stae svb Monte Aeflano. 

AEGAE. (a) An inland town of Aeolis, 
north-east of Cyme. X 1624 (Puteoli, 
30) : [Aeg]ae, in a list of fourteen towns 
of Asia Minor injured by an earthquake 
in 17, and restored by Tiberius. 

(b) A town mentioned as the birthplace 
of a soldier; probably Aegae in Cilicia 
(now Ayds). VIII 18084 (Castra Lam- 
baesitana) 1. 35: {Me) Ecis (sic), im- 
m(vNis). 

AEGASSIS. See ARGASSIS. 

AEGER. «Sick». [Abbrev., aeg., XII 
915 (Arelate)]. 

(a) Lit. of men. In inscrr. of male 
« hospital-nurses » of the imperial house, 
VI 8771 (Rome): Parthenopaevs ab ae- 
gris; VI 8770 (Rome): ... Avg(vsti) 
l(ip.ertvs) Stephan(vs) ab aegris cvbicv- 
larior(vm); VI 33749 (Rome, 2 nd ): (Me) 
ab aegris cvbvclarior(vm) (sic). — XII 
915 (Arelate): agnoscet homines aeg(er) 
qvos non pote sanvs ; VI 24800 (Rome): 

MORTE TARDATA, VIVAS AEGER, INOPS ! ; Le 

Blant 176 (Civ. Turonum, f): coecvs (sic 
in ms.), clavdvs, inops, fvriosvs et an- 

XIVS, AEGER. 

(b) Transferred (in verse). VI 25427 
(Rome): qvodqj/e virvm vicit (i. e. su- 
pervizit), aegra dolore fvit; XIII 241-1 
(Lugudunum, f): aegros mvltorvm potvi 
relevare dolores; III 768 (Tomi) : ordi- 

NIBVS SCYTHICIS CVRAS [Q_]vI SVSTVLIT 

ae[gras]; VI 21846 (Rome): an felix 

AEGRAE POTIVS SVBDVCTA SENECTAE. 

AEGIAMVNNI AEGVS, if correctly read, 



1 52 



AEG! 



AKGY 



name of a local Spanish divinity. II 252S 
((Jiv. Limicorum): Aegiamvnniaego (tile) 

v(gtvm) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(irho). 

aegina. Island in the Saronic gulf. 
VI 177!' (Rome, I"'): {ilia) sacrata apvd 
Eginam (tie) HtcATA! : VI L780 (ibid.): 

(////) SACRATAE Al'VD AEGINAM DEABVS (SC. 

Hecalis). 

AEGO. See EGO. 

AEGREGIVS. See EGREGIVS. 

AEGROTO. -ARE. «To he sick», 
i fall sick -. [Form ixroto, Notiz. ( L891) 
}>. 266 (Pompeii. graffitof\. Carm. Lai. 
133!' (Home): cvm marito vixit dies 

CENTVM, AEGROTAVIT DIES XXXX ; III 2197 

(Salonae) : mensesq_(ve) qvinq_(ve) et 
annvm cv.w aegr.otaver.it; IV 702 (Pom- 
peii, dipinto): Asbeste, aegrotes!; IV 
29G0 (ibid.): o Tite, aegrotes!; Notiz. 
(1888) p. 522 (ibid.): invidiose q_vi de- 
les (sc. hoc scriptum), aegrotes!; ib. 
(1891) p. 266 (ibid., graffito) i Moschis, 
aegrotes! (sic). 

AEGROTVS. « Sick ». Carm. Lat. 
1414 = Rossi II p. 106 no. 49 (Rome, f): 

OBTVLIT AEGROTIS VENIENTIBVS OMNIA GRA- 
TIS. 

AEGYPTIA. See AEGYPTIVS. 

AEGYPTIACVS. » Egyptian », in spe- 
cial uses. [Abbrev., aegyp., I 8 p. 262 
(Fasti Philocali, 354) Apr. 3, 21; ib. 
p. 264 (ibid.) May 3; ib. p. 272 (ibid.) 
Sept. 19; ib. p. 274 (ibid.) Oct. 3. — 
aegyptiac, XIII 10021 135 (Bituriges)]. 

(a) Dies Aegyptiac us, « Egyptian day » , 
an ' unlucky ' day for commencing busi- 
ness atfairs, derived from the superstitious 
feelings fostered by the Egyptian astro- 
logers. In the Fasti Philocali of 354, 
I 2 p. 256 (Jan. 2, 6, 16), p. 258 (Feb. 
7. 25). p. 260 (Mar. 3, 2 1), p. 262 (Apr. 
3, 21). p. 264 (May, 3. 21), p. 266 (June 
7, 20), p. 268 (July 6, 18), p. 270 (Aug. 
6, 21). p. 272 (Sept. 2, 19), p. 274 (Oct. 

3, 20), p. 276 (Nov. 2, 21). p. 278 (Dec. 

4, 14). [Cf. P p. 21 '7 § 3]. 

(b) As name of a medicinal lotion. XIII 
10021 135 (Bituriges, oculist's stamp): col- 
(lyrivm) Aegyptiac(vm) opobals(amatvm) 

AD CLAr(iTATEm). 

AEGYPTIS. See AEGYPTIVS. 
AEGYPTIVS, (AEGYPTVS). Adj. as 
subst., masc. and fern. « Egyptian ». 



[Forms, Egyptivs, X 3482 (Misenum); 

.vptivs, X 3396 (ibid.) ; Aegyptvs, VI 
3162 (Rome), X 3532 (Misenum); Ae- 
gyptis (sic — * 'Jiyvrntg ?), X 3460 (ibid.); 
(.in. AECYPTiA, X 3635, 3638 (ibid.); 
Heciptia, VIII 9117 (Auzia). — Abbrev., 
Aegypt.. \ 3383, 3489, 3516, 3520, 
357!». 3589, 361 1, 3638 (Misenum); Ae- 
gyp., VI 3110, 3127 (Rome), X 3534, 
3568 (Misenum). XI 29 (Ravenna), 3528. 
3534 (Centum Celiac); aegy., VI 3159 
(Rome); Aeg., VI 3117 (Rome), X 3381, 
3403, 3481, 3566 (Misenum)]. 

I s p. 257 sq. : (Fasti Polemii Silvii, 
448-9) under each month : vocatvr . . . 
(sic) ... apvd Aegyptios; IV 1943 (Pom- 
peii, graffito)', non est ex albo ivdex pa- 
tre Aegyptio ; X 3635 (Misenum) : Taesis, 
Aegyptia nomv Coptitv. polis Apollo- 
nopolii (sic); VIII 9117 (Auzia): Isteb 
Aeciptia (sic). 

Esp. freq. in inscrr. of milites classis 
praetoriae Misenensis and Ravenaatis. 
Ex., X 3381 (Misenum): C. Hammonivs 
Fortis, (centurio) III (= triere) Spe, na- 
tions Aeg(yptivs). So VI 3110, 3117, 
3127, 3133, 3159, 3162 (Rome), XIV 
329 (Ostia), X 3383, 3396, 3403, 3460, 
3464 a, 3469, 3470, 3481, 3482, 3489, 
3514, 3515, 3516, 3520. 3532, 3534, 
3566, 3568, 3579, 3583, 3589, 3614, 
3638 (Misenum), XI 29 (Ravenna), 3528, 
3534 (Centum Cellae). — cohors i Ae- 
g(yptiorvm), III 1633 7 , AE. Mitth. Ill 
p. 114 no. 15 (Dacia, tegulae). 

AEGYPTVS. « Egypt. » . [Forms, ae- 
gvptvs, VI 701, 702, (Rome, 10 B. C); 
Aegi-ptvs, VI 918 (Rome, 47); Aegyptos, 
VIII 212 (Cillium, 2 nd ); Aecyptvs, VI 
32051 (Rome, 4 th ); Hegyptvs, VI 8582 
(Rome); Aegybtvs, III 14136' (Alexan- 
dra). — Abbrev., Aeg., regular and freq. : 
Aegypt.. VI 10053 = 33937 (Rome), XI 
6011 (Sestirium, 1 st ), III 399 (Perga- 
mus); Aegyp., Ill 14147 1 (Syene, 39); 
Aegy., Ill 14148 2 (Egypt, 103-5)]. 

(I) The country, become Roman fiscal 
(imperial) province in 30 B. C. R. G. divi 
Aug. cap. 27 1. 24: Aegyptvm imperio 
popvli [Ro]mani adieci ; VI 701, 702 
(Rome. 10 B. C): Aegvpto in potesta- 
tem popvli Romani redacta. — Poetical 
characterization of the country. VIII 212 



AEGY 



AELI 



153 



(Oillium, 2 nd ) : Aegyptos Phariis levita- 
tibvs, artibvs actis. — Otherwise only 
of functionaries, civil and military. — (A) 
Praefectvs Aegypti, governor, imperial 
representative. Ill 24 (Mons Claudianus, 
108-9). 31 (Tbebae, 71-2), 37 (ibid., 95), 
38 (ibid., 104), 39 (ibid., 121), 41 (ibid., 
126), 44 (ibid., 134), 51 (ibid., 196), 
79 (ibid., 203), 6025 (Svene, 140), 6588 
(Alexandrea, 13-12 B. C), 12046 (ibid., 
10-11), 12048 (ibid., 174), 12053 (ibid., 
2 nd ), 14136 1 , 14137, 14137 1 (Alexandrea), 
14147 1 (Syene, 39), 14147 2 (ibid., 99), 
14147 3 (ibid., 2" d ), 14147 4 (ibid., 162), 
14148 2 (Egypt, 103-5), Annee Epigr. 
(1902) p. 45 no. 161 (Schedia, 1 st ), ib. 
p. 58 no. 219 (Alexandrea), Rev. Arch. 
(1906) p. 378 (Fayoum, wooden tablet); 
VI 918 (Rome, 47), 1599, 1625 6 (ibid., 
2 nd ), 1638, 1640 (Rome); XI 1125 (Ae- 
clanum); XI 5213 (Pulginiae, 2 nd ), 5382 
(Asisium, 82); V 875 (Aquileia, 105); 
II 1971 (Abdera). — Add III 14147 5 
(Philae, 29 B. C): (ille) praefect[vs 
AlexJandreae et Aegypti, ... exercitv 

VLTRA NlLI CATARHACTe[n TRANSD^VCTO, 
IN QVEM LOCVM NEQVE POPVLO ROMANO 
NEQVE REGIBVS AEGYPTI [aRMA ANTE SJVNT 

prolata. — (B) Comites. (Post-Constan- 
tinian). X 1700 (Pnteoli, 343): (illi) co- 

MITI ORIENTIS AEGYPTI ET MeSOPOTAMIAE J 

VI 32051 (Rome, 4 th ): (illi) comiti per 

ORIENTEM AECYPTI (sic) ET MeSOPOTAMIAE. 

— (C) Dvx. Ill 12073 (Thebae, end 4 th ): 
(ille) v(ir) p(erfectissimvs), dvx Aeg(ypti) 
et Theb(aidos) vtrarvmq_(v)e Libb. (sic 
= Libijarum). — (D) Ivridici. X 6976 
(Messana, 2 nd ?): ivridicvs Aegypti; XI 
6011 (Sestinum, 1 st ): hic cvm mittere- 

TVR . . . IN AeGYPt(vm) AD IVr(is) DICT(lO- 

nem). — (E) RATIONALE. Ill 17 = 6585 
(Alexandrea, 4 th ): (ille)v(\*) p(erfectissi- 

MVS), RAT(lONALIs) Aeg(yPTi). (P) MA- 

gister. Ill 18 = 6586 (Alexandrea, 4 th ): 
(ille) v(ir) p(erfectissimvs), mag(ister) 
privat(arvm) Aeg(ypti) et Lib(yae). — 
(G) Idiologvs. X 4862 (Venafrum, 1 st ): 
(illi) idiol[o]go ad Aegyptvm. — (H) 
Procvratores. Ill 6575 = 7127 (Ephe- 
sus) : (illi) proc(vratori) in Aegypto ad 

EPISTRATEGIAM SEPTEM NOMORVM ET Ar- 

sinoitvm ; VI 8582 (Rome) : proc(vrator) 

FARI ALEXANDRIAE AD HEGYPTVM (sic) ', X 
Thes. linguae lat. epigr. 



1685 (Puteoli, 1 st ): procvr(ator) lvdi 
famil(iae) glad(iatoriae) Caesaris Ale- 
xandreae ad Aegyptvm. — (I) Military. 
Ill 6809 (Antiochia Pisidiae, 1 st ) : prae- 
f(ectvs) exercitv(s) qvi est in Aegypto; 
III 399 (Pergamus): tr(ibvnvs) mil(itvm) 
Alexandr(eae) ad Aegypt(vm) leg(ionis) 
xxii ; III p. 856 (Thebae, 86, tabula ho- 
nestae missionis): classicis qvi militant 
in Aegypto svb (illo); III p. 1962 
(Coptos, 83) : . . . cohortibvs septem, et 
svnt in Aegypto svb (illo). — Add 
frgmt., XI 4827 (Spoletium), III 14195 37 
(Ephesus). 

(II) As name of race-horse, VI 10053 
= 33937, 10056 (Rome). [In Gk. inscrr., 
VIII 12509]. 

AEGYPTVS. Adj. See AEGYPTIVS. 

AEHEEV. See EHEV. 

AEIVS = eius. See IS. 

AELARIQVM gens, as name of a 
Spanish clan. II 3062 (Madrid): Amia 
Aelariq_(vm) Marti v(otvm) s(olvit) l(i- 
bens). 

AELECTVS. See ELECTVS. 

AELEMOSINA. See ELEEMOSYNA. 

AELI A in names of towns. See AELI VS. 

AELIANENSES, name of an association 
at, or near, Lambaesis, devoted to the 
cultus of Commodns, for whose safety 
they set up an altar. Rev. Arch. (1901) 
p. 451 (near Lambaesis, 2 nd ): Aelianen- 

SES ARAM FAC(iENDAm) INST1TVe[rVNt]. 

AELIANORVM collegium, an associa- 
tion in Rome devoted to the cultus of 
Hadrian. VI 978 (Rome, 2 nd ): collig[nio] 

(Sic) AELIANORVM SANCTISSIMO. 

AELIANVS. Title of Hercules as pro- 
tector of Hadrian, or perhaps mystically 
identified with Hadrian. IX 1095 (Ae- 
clanum): Hercvli Aeliano sacrvm. 

AELIVS. Adj. k Aelian » . Derived 
from some (esp. imperial) member of the 
gens Aelia, notably Hadrian. [Forms, 
e(livs?), Ill 11373"(Vindobona, tegula); 
Aelis, abl. plur., Ill 7474 (Durostorum, 
2 nd ); Aetia, by mistake, III p. 1982 
(Chesters, England, 146). — Abbrev., Ael. 
passim; Ae., VI 32624 (Rome), III 8074 1G 
(Dacia), VII 837 (Amboglanna, 2 nd -3 d ); 
A., IX 6083 (Aeclanum), III 5658 (Ce- 
tium)]. 

(A) lex Aelia. I 1409 (frgmt. of law, 

20 



1 ,1 



AI.L1 



AKLl 



uncertain Bouree, now al Florence): 

OLON1A1 ). I I A \ T I LI 
Al 1 i[a ... CAV1 YmJ EST. 

(B) In Dames of coloniae and muni- 
cipia. (li Municipium Aelium (Sua??), 
in' Prov. Byzacena. VU1 929= I L206 

(/A/): [ MvnJktimvm Alliv|m] .... — 

(•j) ia Augusta Aeclanum, 

in Sa Minium. IX 1111 (Aeclanum, 1 « i 7" ) : 

[Colonia] Aelia [Avg. Ae]cla[n]vm: 
IX 6083" (Aeclanum, signaculum): a(e- 
i ia) A(vgvsta) A(eclanvm). [See Aecia- 
nvm]. — (3) Colonia Aelia Septimia 
Aquincum, in Pannonia Inferior. See be- 
low. (D). — (4) Municipium Aelium 
Avitta, in Prov. Proconsularis. VIII 1177 
(Avitta. 159); mvnicipivm Aelivm Avitta. 
[See Avitta]. — (5) Colonia Aelia Ca- 
pitolina, in Judaea, = Hierosolyma, Je- 
rusalem. On milestones near Jerusalem, 
in Latin and Greek, as III 116 = 6649 
= 12088 (A. D. 162): Col(onia)Ael(ia) 
Capit(olina) and dub KoX((oviceg) 'Aih'aq 
KamrtoX(ivr)g); HI 12o85. 12087. 12088, 
12089,13594, 13595, 13598 (2 nd ). [See 
CAP1TOLINA]. — (0) Municipium Ae- 
lium Carnuntum (Karnuntum), in Pan- 
nonia Superior. Ill 4554 (Vindobona): 
dec(vrio) m. a. k. ; XI 6858 (Pisauruin): 
Mvn. Ael. Karn.; Ill 14359 2 (Carnun- 
tum): mvnicipi Ael. Carnvnt[i]. [See 
carnvntvm]. — (7) Colonia Aelia Ce- 
tiensium, Municipium Aelium Cetium. in 
Noricum. Ill 5630 (Ovilava): [Colonia] 
Ael. Cetiensivm; ib. 5652 (Comagena): 
Coloni[a] A[e]li[a Cet]iensi[vm] and 
[Coloniae] A[e]l. Cetiens.; ib. 5658 
(Cetium): m. A. C: ib. 5663 (Namara): 
m. Ael. Cet. [See Cetiensis. Cetivm]. 

— (8) Municipium Aelium Choba, in 
Manretania Sitifensis. VIII 8375 (Choba, 
1 '.Mi): mvnicipii Aelii Chobae. [See Cho- 
ba]. — (9) Municipium Aelium Hadria- 

[ugustum Chlubilanum, in Numidia. 
VI L684 (Rome, 321): mvnicipi Ael. Ha- 
driani Ave Chlvbitani. [See Chvllv]. 

— (I'M Municipium P(ubl'ium??) Ae- 

tanum), in Dacia. Ill 6309 
(Moesia Sup.): Mvn. P. Ael. Drv. Cf. 
below, (I) i. [See drobeta]. — (11) Co- 
lonia Aelia Hadriana Augusta Formiae, 
in Latium. X 6079 (Formiae, 197): Col. 
Aelia Hadriana Avgvsta Formiae. [See 



I-'ormiae]. — (12) Colonia Aelia Hadriana 
Augusta Iconiensium, in Ljcaonia. Ill 
L2136 (Iconium, 187): Col. Aelia Ha- 
driana Ave. : HI 12187 (ibid., 212) : Col. 
Ael. Hadriana Avg. Iconiensivm. [See 
iconivm. iconiensis]. — (13) Colonia 
Aelia Augusta Italica, in Hispania Bae- 
tica. XII 1856 (Vienna.8 1 ): Col[o]nia 
Aelia Avg. Italica. [See Italica]. — 
(14) Colo, tin Ael in Augusta Lares, in 
Prov. Proconsularis. VIII 1779 (Lares): 
Co:onia Aelia Avg. Lares. [See lares]. 

— (15) Colo ilia Aelia Aurelia Augusta 
Mactaris, \n Prov. Byzacena. VIII 11801 
(Mactaris. 198): Col Aelia Avrelia 
Mactaris; ib. 11804 (ibid., 306-8): Col. 
Aelia Avrelia Avg. Mact. [See Macta- 
ris]. — (16) Colonia Aelia Mursa, in 
Pannonia Inferior. Ill 3560 (Aquiucum): 
Col. Ael. Mvrsa. Cf. VI 3235 (Rome), 
and see below, (D). [See Mvrsa |. — 
(17) Colonia Aelia Ovilava, in Noricum. 
IX 2598 (Terventum): Ael. Obilab. (sic). 
[See Ovilava]. — (18) Colonia Aelia 
Siscia?, in Pannonia Superior. Cf. below, 
(I)). [See Siscia]. — (19) Colonia Aelia 
Solva ?, in Noricum. Cf. below, (D). 
[See Solva]. — (20) Colonia Aelia Au- 
gusta Mercurialis Thaenitaaorum (sic), 
in Prov. Byzacena. VI 1685 (Rome, 321). 
[See Thenae]. — (21) Municipium Ae- 
lium, Vimiuacium. in Moesia Superior. 
Ill 1654, 1655. 8102, 8127, 8128, 14519 
(Viminacium) : Mvn. Ael. Vim. [See Vi- 
minacivm], — (22) Colonia Aelia Au- 
gusta ( Viridelicum ), Municipium Aelium 
Augustum (Vindelicum), in Raetia. now 
Auf/sburg. XIII 6741 (Moguntiacum, 
210): Ael. Avgvsta; XIII 6558 (Yagst- 
hausen. 18(5): Ael. Avg.; Ill 5800 (Aug. 
Vindelicum): Mvnicipi Ael. Avg. [See 
s. v. Avgvstvs]. — (23) Colonia lulia 
Aelia lladriaaa Augusta Utika. in Prov. 
Proconsularis. VIII 1181 (Utika): Col. 
Ivl. Ael. Hadr. Avg. Vtik. [See Vtika]. 

— (24) Colonia Aelia Hadriana Augusta 
Zami Regia, in Prov. Bvzacena. VI 1686 
(Rome. 322). 

(C) Proper names other than towns. 
(a) Aelii Cami, an Alpine tribe. [See 
Carni]. They received, in part, Roman 
citizenship from Hadrian. Ill 3915 (Ne- 
viodunum) : Aelii Carn(i), cives Romani. 



AELO 



A EMI 



155 



— (b) Aeliae Canabae legionis XI Clau- 
diae, named after Hadrian. Ill 7474 
(Durostornm, 2 nd ): (Mis) consisstentibvs 
(sic) in canabis Aelis (sic) leg. xi Cl. 
[See Canabae]. — (c) Curia Aelia. (1) 
at Gabii, the local senate-house. XIV 
2795 (Gabii, 140): Gabi(i)s, in mvnicipio, 
in Cvria Aelia Avgvsta. (2) at Neapolis 
iu Africa, an electoral district of tlic town. 

VIII 974 (Neapolis): cvriales cvriae Ae- 
liae. — (d) Aelia Villa, the spacious 
villa built by Hadrian (125-135) in the 
plateau below Tibur, now called Villa 
Adriana. XIV 391 1 (Aquae Albulae) : 

TlBVRIS ADVERSAE dominvs q_va despicit 
AEDEM, FRONTIBV5 ET PICTIS AELIA Vll.LA 
NITET, 

(D) As quasi- tribus. Soldiers, natives 
of some Colonia Aelia, .or Municipium 
Aeiium, as above (B), often place aelia, 
ael.. ae. in the position of tribus in their 
name. Exx., VI 1058 (Rome) : P. Aelivs 
P. f. Ael. Sept. Romvlvs, Aq_vinq_(vo) 
(sic, see Aqvincvm) ; VIII 2826 (Lam- 
baesis) : T. Avrelivs T. f. Ael. Vibivs 
Acvinci (sic); VI 3235 (Rome): T. Av- 
rel(ivs) Vict(orinvs) Ael. Mvrs[a] ; VIII 
3021 (ibid.): P. Aelio Victori vet(erano) 
Aelia Na[p]oca ; VI 2385 5 = 32533 
(Rome) : [. . .]ivs Ael. Siscia. and [_. . .]ri- 
nvs Ael. Solva ; VIII 2991 (Lambaesis): 
P. Valerivs P. f. Ael. Felix Then(is); 

VI 2525 (Rome): M. Avr(elivs) M. f. 
Aelia Gall(vs) Vivinacio (sic). Add, 
from laterculi Praetor ianorum, VI 32523 
(Rome, 2 nd ), 32023, 32024 (Rome). 

(E) Cohorts, with name derived from 
Hadrian. (1) cohors i Aelia Brittonvm, 

IX 5357 (Firmum Picenum). — (2) co- 
hors i Aelia Classica, III p. 1982 (Ches- 
ters, England, 146). — (3) cohors i Ae- 
lia Dacorvm, VII 806, 808, 809, 810, 
812-1 7, 821, 826, 837, 838 (Amboglanna), 
III p. 1982 (Chesters, 146) ; coh. i Ael. 
Dac. Anto[niniana], VII 818 (Ambo- 
glanna); coh. i. Ael. Dac. Gordiana, VII 
819 (ibid.); coh. i Ael. Dac. Postviwiana, 

VII 820, 822 (ibid.); coh. i Ael. Dac. 
Tetriciana, VII 823 (ibid.). — (4) co- 
hors i Aelia Severiana eq_(vitata), III 
5647 (Astura, 230). — (5) cohors Ael(ia) 
expedita, VIII 9358 (Caesarea Maur.). 

— (6) cohors i Ae(lia) G(allorvm), III 



8074 16 (Dacia, legula). — (7) cohors i 
Ael(ia) Hispanorvm mii.liari.a eq_(vitata), 
VII 963-4 (Netherby, 2 nd -3 d ), 965 (ibid." 
222). — (8) cohors i Aelia sagittario- 
rvm miLLiARiA, III 56 15-6 (Astura), p. 1985 
(Dacia, 14S). p. 1986 (Brigetio, 149). 
Cf. Ill 11373 (Vindobona, tegulae). - 
(9) cohors i Aelia Caes(ariensis?) M(av- 

RORVM?) SAG(lTTTARIORVm), III p. 1978 

(Dacia, 133). — (10) cohors i Ael(ia) 
sing(vlarivm). VIII 20753 (Auzia). 

AELOQVIVM. See ELOQVIVM. 

AELYSIVS. See ELYSIVS. 

AEMATINI. The inhabitants oiAemate, 
a small place in Dalmatia, on the road be- 
tween Salonae and Servitium. Ill 9864 ( Dal- 
matia, 1 st ): VT fines regeret et TERMINOS 
poneret inter Sapvates et [AeJmatinos. 

AEMDVFI. Apparently the name of 
a town, perhaps in Illyria, but wholly 
unknown. As birthplace of a praetorian 
soldier. VI 32624 (Rome): C. Ivl(ivs) C. 
f. Qvi(rina) Valens, Aemdvfi. 

AEMERITA. See EMERITA. 

AEMILIA regio. See AEMILIVS. 

AEMILIANA. (plur.) A suburban dis- 
trict of Rome in the Campus Martius, 
apparently extending to the Tiber ; exact 
situation not known. Grater 642 (Rome, 
bronze tablet) : navis harenaria qvae ser- 
vit in Aemilianis. Add inscr. not yet 
published, found in 1906 on Corso Pin- 
ciano, Rome, and now in the author's 
possession: Pollia C. ). l. Vrbana, orna- 
t(rix) de Aeiwilianis, ollas h ; M. Cali- 

DIVS M. L. T050K (sic) Al'OI.ONI (SIC) Uh 

Aemilianis. 

AEM1LIANVS fundus. Name of estate, 
(a) at Veleia. XI 1147 (2 nd ) VI 1. 19: 
fvndvs Aemilianvs Arrvntianvs. (/;) At 
Philippi. Ill 656 : fvndos Aemilian(vm) 
et Psychian(vm). 

AEMILIVS. Adj. and subst., derived 
from the patrician nomeu gentilicium. 
[Forms, Aimilivs, X 5583 (Fabrateria 
Nova), XI 5029 (Mevania); in Greek, 
Aipdia, Eph. Epigr. V 150 (Erythrae); 
'Avidia, ib. IV p. 215 (Adramytium) 
1. 16. — Abbrev., Aem. passim; Aewii., 
VI 2520 (Rome); Aemil., VI 3884 = 
32526 (Rome), XI 571 (Forum Popili), 
1222 (Placentia)]. 

(1) Barbarously used as praenomen. 



1 56 



AEMI 



AEMI 



III 122 I'lilum): q.vinqve hic anno- 

rym aetatis conditvr 1nfans. aemilivs 
Hek,ml> hanc ceneravit ; matris de no- 
mine dixit Plotia(m). patris praenomine 

Aemiliam: V 7889 (Forum Vibii Cabur- 

riim): Aemilivs Monninvs Indvti F(ilivs), 
Firmvs Monninvs Aemili f(ilivs). 

{'!) Aemilia tribus, one of the oldest 
of the tribus rusticae, said to haw been 
instituted in 495 B. C. Freq. in ini-crr., 
rarely written in full, as VI 2916 (Rome): 
C. Ivlivs C. f. Aemilia Rvfvs ; VI 2715 
i Rome) : [...] Aemilia Maximo ; 111 776 = 
• ill'.") (Troesmis): Tib. Vetvrio Tib. fil. 
•ulia Mavretano. — Ess.. VI 1440, 
1845,2382 = 32638,2520,3503,3884= 
32526,7183,11739,13969,13994,16485, 
24732. 24780, 32738, 34659, 35389 

me); XIV 2849 (Praeneste); X 53 
(Vibo, 2 nd ), 1 12-~> (Thurii), 769 (Stabiae, 
52), 77i» (ibid.. 68), 1800 (Puteoli), 4743, 
177'i (Suessa Aurunca), 5583 (Fabrateria 
Nova). 6016 (Minturnae), 6096, 6098, 
6107, 6163 iFormiaei, 6240. 6241, 6243. 
6244. 6250, 6254. 626S (Fundi). 6353 
(Terracina? = 6250 above). 7259 (Mons 
Ens): IX 1460 ( Lignres Baebiani), 5560 
Monte Milone); XI 5005 (Trebiae), 5029, 

1. 5084, 5103, 5144 (Mevania); V 
912 (Aquileia), 7598 (Alba Pompeia. ' 1 st ) ; 
III 596 (Berhoea), 605, 607, 608, 609, 
622 (Dyrrachium), 7277 (Corinthus). 
7321 (Macedonia), 9741 (Delminium). 
12409 (Moesia Inf.); Eph. Epigr. V 150 
(Erythrae); VIII 660 (Mactar), 7223 
(Cirta), 8965 (Saldae). 14707 (Thubur- 
nica), 20673 (Tupusuctu). 

(3) Pons Aemilius, in Rome, spanning 
the Tiber between the Pons Sublicius 
and the Insula Tiberina; built towards 
the end of the second century B. C. by 
the quaestor Aemilius. according to Plu- 
tarch. A single arch still standing in 
mid-stream is known as Panic Rotto. I 
p. 299 = 1- p. 217 = IX 2320 {Fasti 
Allifani, before 29 B. C.) Aug. 17: [Fe- 
riae) Portvno ad Pontem Aemilivm; I 
p. 320 = P p. 240 = VI 229S [Fasti 

leases, Rome, before A. D. 13) Aug. 
1 7 : Portvno ad Pontem Aemili ; I p. 324 
= F p. 244 = IX 4192 [Fasti Amiter- 
nini, after 15 A. D. i Aug. 17: Portvno 
ad Pontem Aemilivm. 



(4) Basilica Aemilia, in Rome, on the 
north side of the Forum, perhaps figured 
in the Forma Urbii Jlomae (Borne, 3 d ), 
VI 29844 15 : [Basilica? A]emili[a]. 

(5) Via Aemilia. (a) A Roman mili- 
tary highroad extending from Ariminum 
through Bononia to Placentia, and forming 
a continuation of the Via Flaminia; built 
in 187 B. C. by the consul M. Aemilius 
Lepidus. Rev. Arch. (1903) p. 164 no. 164 
= Anne'e Epigr. (1903) p. 4Ul = Notiz. 
(1902) p. 539 (Bononia, 1 st ): Viam Aemi- 
liam ab Arimino ad flvmen Trebiam mv- 

NIENDAM CVRAVIT. Officials, CVRATOR VlAE 

Aemiliae, XIV 2925 (Praeneste, 2 1 " 1 ), XI 
571 (Forum Popili), III 4013 (Andan- 
tonia, 1 st ); svb cvrator (sic) Viae Ae- 
miliae, X 7587 (Carales. 2 nd ) ; cvrator 
Viae Aemiliae et alimentorvm. VI 1368 
(Rome, 235). XIV 3993 (bet. Nomentum 
and Ficulea, 3 d ) ; prxefectvs alimentorvm 
per Aemiliam, X 3601 (Tibur, 172). (b) 
Via Aemilia (Scauri), a Roman highroad 
esteuding from Volaterrae through Genua 
to Dertona, and forming a continuation 
of the Via Amelia ; built in 109 B. C. 
by the censor M. Aemilius Scaurus. XI 
6*664 (near Pisae, 2 nd ): Viam Aemiliam 

VETVSTATE DILAPSAM. 

(6) Aemilia regio, named from the Via 
Aemilia (above 5 a). the eighth of the 
regiones into which Augustus divided 
Italv. (Still called Emilia). Chief city, 
Placentia. Officials. VI 332 (Rome, 2 nd ): 
ivr(idico) per Aem(iliam), Ligvriam ; X 
5178 (Casinum): ivridico per [A]emiliam 
et Ligvriam; X 5398 (Aquinum, 214): 
ivr[id]ico per A[em(iliamj] et Ligvriam ; 
VIII 597 (Prov. Byzacena) : [i]v[r]idico 
[pe^]r Aemiliam [e~Jt Etrvriam et Tvsciam; 
VIII 5354 (Calama): ivridico Aemiliae 
[et Fla]miniae. — VIII 7030 (Cirta, 
180-8): cvratori civitativmper Aemiliam. 
— XI 1222 (Plac3ntia): tabvl(arivs) XX 
(= vicesimae) her(editativm) Aemil(iae), 
Ligvriae Transpadanae. — VI 3836 
(Rome): [Mi) [misso~J ad ivniores legen- 

DOS PER AEMILIAM]. 

(7) Aemilia (provincia). as consular 
province, (a) Dating from Diocletian's 
reforms, joined with Liguria. Officials. 
X 1125 (Abellinum, 324-7): consvlari 
Aemiliae et Ligvriae; XII 1858 (Vienna): 



AEMI 



AENE 



157 



V 



[CONSVLARIS A]eMILIa[e], L[i]gVr[iae]. 

(b) Dating from 396, alone. Official, VI 
1715 (Rome, 399): consvlari Aemiliae. 

AEMINENTISSIMVS. See EMINEN- 
T1SSIMVS. 

AEMINIENSIS. Adj. and subst. ■ Of 
Aemininm », a town of Lusitania on the 
road between Conimbriga and Talabriga, 
probably on the site of the modern Coim- 
bra. II 500 (Emerita): (Me) Aeminien- 
[sis]; II 2559 (Tarraconensis) : (Me) ar- 
chitectvs Aeminiensis Lvsitanvs ; II 5239 
(Conimbriga, 337-361): [civ]itas Aemi- 
niens(is). 

AEMOBOLIVM. (Sic for * haemobo- 
livm = al[.ia)(36hoi). « Blood-olfering », 
u baptism of blood », a ritual term of 
the cult of the Magna Mater. [Cf. crio- 
bolivm, tavrobolivm]. IX 3015 (Teate 
Marrucinorum) : criobolivm et aemobo- 
livm moviT de svo (Me) sacerdos. 

AEMONA. See EMONA. 

AEMVLATIO. ■ Discord », « lack of 
harmony ». VI 15106 (Rome): conivgem 

FIDELISSIMAM, CVM QJ/A VIXI ANNIS (tOt) 
SINE VLLA AEMVLATIONE, INDVLGENTIA EIVS. 

AEMVLO, -ARE. ■ To rival », i. e. 
« attain to » IX 5401 (Firmum Picenum): 
For[t]vna(m) dvm magna(m) stvdet AE- 

MVLARE. 

AEMVLVS. «Rivalling", «rival». 
Adj. and subst. Ill 8225 (Scupi) : aemv- 

LAQVE IN CVNCTIS FORMA SENI PYLIO \ VIII 

2521 (near Lambaesis, aetatis infimae): 

AEMVLE, SI QVI POTES, NOSTROS IMITARE 
LABORES ! SI MALEVOLVS ES, GEME ! SI BENE- 

volvs es, gavde ! Rossi p. 267 no. 19 
(Rome, f ) : emvle (sic) qvid tardas mor- 
tem properare sf.nectvs?; XII 920 (Are- 
late): CVM QVO VIXI ANN(IS) (tot) SINE 

vllo aemvlo. [Cf. above, AEMVLATIO]. 
Carm. Lat. 787 = Rossi II p. 83 no. 26 
(Rome, f) 1. 39: nobili falsa manv por- 

TANTES AEMVLA CAELI VT SPECIEM DOMINI 
foedare(nt) LVCE CORVSCA. 

AENATOR. See AENEATOR. 

AENE ADES. « Descendents of Aeneas » , 
poetical for Romani. X 1688 (Puteoli): 

[q_VI DEDIT A^ENEADVM FASTIS EX ORDINE 
CONSVL [nOMIJnA PROGENIES ClaVDIVS Ap- 

piadvm: II 2660 (Legio VII): donat hac 

PELLE, D[lANA], TVLLIVS TE MaXIMVS, RE- 
CTOR Aeneadvm, [gemella?J Legio q_vis 



(sic) est Se[ptima]. — Esp. of Venus, 
as ancestress of the Romans, IV 3072 
(Pompeii, graffito)'. Aeneadvm genetrix; 
ib. 3139 (ibid.): Aeneadvm [genetrix]. 
(== Lucret. de Rer. Nat. 1.1). — X 
7257 = Eph. Epigr. II p. 265 (Eryx Mons): 
Aeneadvm alma parents]. 

AENEANICI, a title assumed by the 
tribe of Callenses in Hispania Baetica. 
Eph. Epigr. VIII p. 522 no. 306 = 
Dessau 6920 (near Salpensa) : Aeneanici 
Callenses. 

AENEAS. (= jitveiag 'Jivs'ag). (a) 
The Trojan hero. I p. 283 XX = P 
p. 189 I = X 808 = 8348 (Pompeii, elo- 
giuni): Aenea[s Ven]eris et Anchisa[e 
filivs]; Notiz. (1879) p. 23 (Pompeii, 
dipinto); Dido, Aeneas; XIII 10313 
(Remi, terracotta clipei with reliefs of 
Homeric heroes) : Aeneas; III 10717 (Sir- 
mium, graffito) : protinvs Aeneas proce- 
dere longivs iras (made up of Verg. Aen. 

V 485 and 461); XIV 2065 (Lavinium) : 
san'gvis Aenea[eJ. (b) Silvius Aeneas, 
as son (instead of grandson) of Aeneas. 
I p. 283 XXI = Pp. 189 111 = XIV 
2068 (Lavinium, elogium) : Silvivs Ae- 
neas, Aeneae et Laviniae filivs. 

AENEATOR, AENIATOR, AENATOR. 

« Player on a bronze wind-instrument » , 
(bucina. coniu, lituus, tuba etc. Cf. bv- 
cinator, cornicen, liticen, tvbicen, etc.), 

« a trumpeter » . (a) In public functions. 

VI 32323 (Rome, Comm. Lud. Saec, 17 
B. C.) 1. 88: aenatores in fvnere canere 
[solitos]. — (b) In the army. XIII 
6503 (Steinbach) : aeneatores coh(ortis) 
i Seq_(vanorvm) et Ravr(acorvm) Eq_(vi- 
tatae). — (c) Organized in collegia. VI 
10220 (Rome): aeneatorvm [_collegitim? 
or corpus f]\ VI 10221 (Rome): con- 
legio aeniatorvm (sic); X 5173 (Casi- 
num, 200): collegivm aeneator(vm); X 
5415 (Aquinum) : patr(onvs) colleg(ii) 
[ae]niatorvm (sic). 

AENEIVS. ■ Of Aeneas », q. v. Notiz. 
(1888) p. 521 (Pompeii, dipinto): Aeneia 
nvtrix; ib. (1891) p. 267 (ibid., graffito): 
Aeneia [nvtrix]. (From Verg. Aen. VII 1). 

AENEVS, AHENEVS, AHENVS, AE- 
NIVS, AENVS. [Cf. below, aerevs]. Adj. 
« Of bronze » , « bronze » , « brazen » . 
Subst. neut., * bronze utensil » . [Forms. 



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AENE 



AENE 



Earlier ahenbvs, 1 L96 (S. C. de Bacch., 
L66 B. C.) 1. 26; R. G. divi Aug. 3; 
VI 32328 (Rome, Comm. Lud. Saec, 17 
B. C.) 11. 59, 61 ; VI 877 (Rome, I 
\1V 375 (Ostia); X 7852 I Sardinia. 69); 
XI 4128 (Narnia, 56); IX 3160 (Cor- 
tiniuni), 1130 (Acquiculi). — ahenvs, 1 
1 96 = X 104 ( S. C. de Bacch., 1 66 B. C). 

— aenivs, IV 64 (Pompeii, graffito), III 
p. 84 i == x 769 (Stabiae, 52). — aenvs, 
II .Msi (s. C. It 'dice use). — Note mis- 
takes, aeneae abl., VII 1193 (Britannia); 
aea {sic), Notiz. (1898) p. 43 (Sardi- 
nia, 173). — Abbrev.. aen., Ill p. 851 
(Dacia, 71)]. 

(A) Adj., of various objects, (a) Ara. 
XIV 2215 (Nemus Dianae): aras aeneas 
dvas; ib. 3437 (Civitella): aram aeneam. 

— (/>) Arcvla. II 3280 (Castulo): ar- 

CVLAM AENEAM. (C) CtUlCelU. XIV 

2215 (Nemus Dianae) : cancelli aenei. — 
(d) Columna. VI 32323 (Rome, Comm. 
Lud. Saec, 17 B. C.) 1. 59: colvm[n]am 
aheneajw, and 1. 61 : [colvmnam] AHENEAM. 

— {e) Delphica. XIV 2215 (Nemus 
Dianae): delphicam aeneam. — (f) La- 
brum. XIV 2119 (Lanuvium): labrvm 
[ae]nevm cvm salientibvs ; IX 3677 
(Marsi Marruvium): labrvm aen[evm cvm] 
focvlo. — (g) Lucerna. VI 31165 
(Rome, 250) : lvcerna aenea. — (h) Pita. 
R. G. divi Aug. 3 : Rervm gestarvm divi 
Avgvsti ... incisarvm in dvabvs aheneis 
pilis, qvae sv[n]t Romae positae = ceg 
ansXiVCev int 'Pining iyxsyaQayiit'rag 
yaXxcac (Tii./.cac deal. — (i) Pondera. 
IX 1656 (Beneventum) : basem cvm sta- 
tera et ponder(ibvs) aeneis. — (/) Sedes. 
VI 103 = 30692 (Rome, 214): sedes ae- 
neas. — (m) Sigilla. IX 4130 (Aequi- 
culi): canales ... restitvervnt, fistvlas 

omnes et sigilla ahenea posvervnt. 

(») Simulacrum. VIII 100 (Oapsa, 280): 
sim[vla~Jcro aeneo. — (o) Statua. XIV 
375 (Ostia): [statua) ahenea; ib. 376 
(ibid.): statva aenea; VIII 7013 (Cirta, 
4 th ): statvam aeneam; VIII 7983 (Ru- 
sicade - ); statvas aeneas dvas. — (p) Ta- 
bella. VI 103 = 30692 (Rome, 214): 
mvtvlos cvm tabella aenea. — (q) Ta- 
bula. I 196 = X 104 (S. C. de Bacch., 
166 B. C.) 1. 26: vti hoce in tabolam 

AHENEAM INCEIDERETIS (SIC) ', XI 6335 (Pi- 



aurnm, 256): hocqve tistimonivm in- 
cidi in tabv1.am aeneam j xi 1354 (llulu. 
255): tabvlamq_(vl) aeneam mvivs decreti 
n(ostri); IX 8429 (Peltuinnm, 242): ta- 

BVLAWiqVE AENEAM HVIVS DECRETI N(oSTRl) ; 

X ~» 1 12 * i (Aquinum): tabvlam aeneam pa- 
tronatvs; IX 3160 (Corfinium) : tabvlas 
patrocinales aheneas; X 5670 (Rocca 
d'Arce. 107): {placuit ordiai patronum 
cum creari) et tab(vlam) aeneam [ei of- 
ferri]; XII 5732 (Antipolis): viator, 
avdi ! si libet, intvs veni : tabvla est 

AENEA QVAE TE CVNCTA PERDOCET ; VI 877 

(Rome, 1 st ): [tabvl]am aheneam et mar- 
moream inscribi. — Esp. in the tabulae 
honestae missionis, very freq.: descriptvm 

ET RECOGNITVM EX TABVLA AENEA, QVAE 

fixa est Romae, etc.. III p. 844 = X 
769 (Stabiae, 52), III p. 2328' 14 (Sir- 
mium. before 60), III p. 845 (Vindobona, 
60), III p. 846 (Geiselbrechtidg, 64), III 
pp. 847, 849 = X 770 (Stabiae, 68), III 
p. 1958 = X 7891 (Sardinia, 68), X 7852 
(Sardinia, 69), X 1402 (Herculaneum, 70), 
III p. 1959 = X 867 (Pompeii, 71), III 
p. 850 (Salonae, 71), III p. 851 (Gra- 
barje, 71), III p. 852, p. 2328 65 (Pan- 
nonia, 74), III p. 853 (Tomi, 76), III 
p. 854 Klosterneuburg, 80), III p. 1960 
{Debeletz, 82), III p.' 1962 (Coptos, 83), 
III p. 1963 (Carnuntum?. 84), III p. 855 
{Beleghi, 85), III p. 856 (Thebae, 86), 
III p. 857 (Klausenburg, 86), III 1965 
(Moguntiacum, 90). Ill p. 858 (Beret:/.:. 
92), III p. 859 (Salonae, 93), III p. 2328'"' 
(Bononia, 93), III p. 861 = X 7890 (Sar- 
dinia, 96), III, p. 862 (Felso-Nanae, 98), 
III p. 863 = p. 1970 (Pbilippopolis, 99), 
III p. 1971 (Oltina, 99), III p. 864 = 
VII 1193 (Britannia, 103). Ill p. 865, 
p. 2212 (Brigetio, 105), III p. 867 (Bri- 
tannia, 105), III p. 1973 (Caesarea Maur., 
107), III p. 868 (Dacia, 110), III p. 869 
(Carnuntum, 113). Ill p. 1975 (ibid., 
114), III p. 875 = V 4091 (Cremona, 
129), III p. 876 = p. 1977 ( Wallachia, 
129), III p. 1978 (Arrabona, 133), III 
p. 877 = X 7855 (Sardinia, 134), III 
p. 878 (Sardinia, 134), Notiz. (1898) p. 43 
(Sardinia, 173), X 3335 (Misenum, 247). 
— (r) Tegulae. XII 1904 (Vienna): 
tegvlas aeneas avratas. — (s) Valvae. 
VI 8978 (Rome): titvlvm cvm valvis 



AKNI 



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aeneis; XI 4123 (Narnia, 50): valvas 
ahene[as]. — (/) Urna. IV 64 (Pompeii, 
graffito) : vrna aenia pereit (sic) de ta- 
berna. — Uncertain, XII 2231 (Gratia- 
uopolis) frgmt. : . . . et aenearvm . . . ; XII 
4445 (Narbo) : . . . aeneos . . . 

(B) Ager Caeli Aeneh name of an estate. 
VI 9275 (Rome) : (tile) colonvs agri 
Caeli Aenei. 

(C) Neut. as snbst. * Bronze utensil », 
* bronze ». II 5181 (S. C. Italicense) 

II 1. 17 : AENA QVIBVS VTETVR LAVARE. TER- 
GERE, VNGVERE AD1PE J XIV 2071 (Lavi- 

nium) frgrat. : ... ex aeno colvmnisq_(ve) 
mar[moreis]. 

AENIATOR. See AENEATOR. 

AENIVS. See AENEVS. 

AENVS. Apparently a clan-name in 
Spain. II 5609 (Bracara Augusta): Re- 
bvrrvs Camali Aenvs ann(orvm) XXX. 

AENVS. See AENEVS. 

AEODEM. See IDEM. 

AEPILOFIVS. See EPILOPHIVS. 

AEPISCOPVS. See EPISCOPVS. 

AEPVLVM. See EPVLVM. 

AEQVABILIS. « Constant », * unva- 
rying ». VI 1722 (Rome, 4 th ): (Mi) pa- 

TRONO EQVABILI (Sic) TANTARVM PROVISIO- 

nvm consideratione ; II 3596 (Ondara): 

. . . IVCVNDAIW VITAM AEQVABILl CONCORDIA 
VIXISSET. 

AEQ.VAEVVS. « Of equal age ». Rev. 
Arcb. (1900) p. 510 = Annee Epigr. 
(1900) p. 64 (Tubunae): Ivlia fida mihi 

CONIVNX. AEQVAEVA, IVCVNDA. 

AEQVALIS. Adj. and subst. (a) • Of 
equal age », - comrade », « companion ». 
VI 6502 (Rome, 1 st ): desinite, aeqvales, 

PlOCAMI LVGERE SEPVLTI FATA, FREQVEN- 

tatis fvneris exseqviis!; VI 7898 (Rome): 

HIC SVM BaSSA SITA, PIA Fi[ha], VIRGO 

PVDICA, EXCEDENS cvnc tas ingenio aeqva- 
lis (sic); XIII 2219 (Luguduuum): cvm 

SVBITAE (al. SVBITO) MQRTIS PRO FALLAX ! 

CAVSA fvisti lvsvs et aeqvalis non ini- 

MICA MANVS. 

(b) «Equal". X 6785 (Pandateria) : 

VSQ.VE ADEO AEQ_VALIS MAEROR IN ORA FVIT; 

III 7125 (Ephesus) frgmt.: [ae]oj/alis et 

PERPETVA. 

AEQ.VALITAS. «Equality-. «Impar- 
tiality ». VI 10230 (Rome, laudatio Mur- 
diae, 1 st ): amor maternvs caritate li- 



bervm (sic, gen.), aeqvalitate PARTIVM 
constat, and GRATVM fidvmqve ANIMVM 

IN VIROS, AEQJ/ALITATEIVV IN LIBEROS, IVSTI- 
TIAM IN VERITATE. 

AEQVALITER. «Equally. VI 1372 
(Rome) : ivstitianv colvi matremq_(ve) 
aeq_valiter ambas ; VI 10239 (Rome) : 

HORTI . . . AEQVALITER IN FAMILIAM (sit') 

nominis mei permanea[nt]; X 4842 (Ve- 
uafrum, 1 st ) 1. 28, frgmt. : qvam maxime 
aeqvaliter ; X 6012 (Minturnae, 249): 
in sing(vlos) et vnivers(os) aeqval(iter) 
semp(er) reverentiam praebvit ; VIII 14 
(Leptis Magna) : (Mi) in parvvlis annis 

EXHIBENTI AEQVALITER VOLVPTATVM GENERA 
PATRIS SVI STVDIIS POPVLI SVFRAGIO ET DE- 
CRETO ORDINIS. 

AEQVANIMVS. «Tranquil», «calm». 
[Cf. aeqvvs]. Ill 686 (Philippi): nec 

MIHI PER VALIDOS RAPTO TE MORTE DOLORES, 
QVAMVIS AEQVANIMO, DAT PVER VT LACRIMEM . 

AEQVANVS pagus. (a) A district in 
the territory of Volcei. X 407 (Volcei. 
4 th ): Pago Aeqvano. (b) A district in 
the territory of the Ligures Baebiani. 
IX 1455 (Lig. Baeb., 101) col. I 1.42: 
[payis ... el] Aeqvano, and col. II 1. 1: 
Pago Aeqvano, and col. II 1. 6: Pago 
Aeqvano in Ligvstino. 

AEQVARICANVS fundus. An estate 
near Volcei. X 407 (Volcei, 4 th ) 3, 10: 
f(vndv^) Aeqvarican(vs). 

AEQVATOR. « Adjuster .». XIII 1820 
(Lugudunum. 1 st ) : Nobilis Tib(eri) Cae- 
saris Avg(vsti) ser(vvs) aeq_(vator) mo- 
netae). 

AEQVE. «Equally, «justly. [Form 
eqvivs comp.. Ill 2628 (Salonae) corrected 
to aeqvivs. III 9259]. 

(1) «Equally", «impartially". VI 
1527 (Rome, Laudatio Turiae, B. C.) 

1. 32 : [c]vm AEQVE MATREM MEAM AC 
tvos parentes col[veris] ; VI 10230 
(Rome. Land. Murdiae, 1 st ): omnesfilios 
aeqve fecit heredes; VI 12433 (Rome): 

(Ml) VERNAE SVO . . . ET (Mis) AEQVE VER- 

nis; XI 3805 (Veii, 26): vt avgvstalivm 

NVMERO HABEATVR AEQVE AC SI EO HONORE 

vsvs sit; R. G. divi Aug. cap. 21 1. 30: 
aeqv[e ] beni[g]ne atqve antea: X 1401 
(Herculaneum, 44-6): cvmqve aeqve non 

OPORTERET MALO EXSEMPLO (SIC) VENDERE 

q_vam emere; XII 3619 (Nemausus): vt 



Hit) 



ABQV 



AEQV 



Al QVT I RVI LICEAT (SC. VIOiW iilt'illn) | 111 

686 (Philippi): sive canistriferae po- 

SCVNT Sllll NAIDES AEQ_v[e I ; VI 1750// 

(Rome, 395): nomine q_vod resonas imi- 

TATVS MORIBVS, AEQVE lORDANE ABLVTVS, 

nvnc Probvs es melior; III 9507 (Sa- 
lonae, 378): q_[v]i aeoj/e inubatae me- 
cvm vixit annos (tot)', VI 1G7!) (Rome, 

4 th -5 th ): (Ml) LVMINI AEQ_VE DISERTO AC 

nobili ; VI 172-1 (Rome. 435): (ill?) ae- 
oj/e forti ft docto viro; VIII 724 
(Prov. Byzacena): qvi dixi, scribsi (sic), 

PINCSI (Sic) BENE, PVER DOCTRINAE AEQ_VE 

dedidi mentem. — Cf. XIV 2887 (ager 
Praenestinus): vniversa pedatvra .. . con- 
tinet per frontes interioris et exterio- 
ris per aeqve (sic) p(edes) lxxx, in agro 
p(edes) [tot}. [See peraeqve]. 

(2) « Justly » , « rightly » , « at a fair 
price». X 3334 (Misenum) : ab heredi- 

BVS (UliUS) AEQVE MERCATVS EST (SC. lO~ 

cum). — Comp. aeqvivs. [Cf. aeqvivs 
adj. s. v. aeqvvs]. Ill 2183 (Salonae) : 

AEQVIVS 1STE LAPIS PATRIS SVPER OSSIBVS 

esset ; III 2628 = 9259 (ibid.) : aeqvivs 

IS [iTJAPIS COMPLECTERET ossa paterna. 

AEQVENSIS. k Of Aequum », a town 
in Dalmatia, q. v. Ill 1108 (Apulum): 
dec(vrio) col(oniae) Aeqvens(is) ; III 
2732 (Aequum): Aeqvenses mvnicipes ; 
III 8721 (Salonae): (Mi) dec(vrioni) et 
ii viro col(oniae) Aeqvensivm; III 9783 
(Andetrium): (Mi) dec(vrioni) col(onia) 
Aeqj/ensi. 

AEQVES. See EQVES. 

AEQVESTER. See EQVESTER. 

AEQ VI. An Italic mountain tribe dwell- 
ing along the upper courses of the Anio 
between Tibur and Alba Fucens, conquer- 
ed by the Romans, after long wars, in 
804 B. C. Chief town, Aequiculi. [See 

AEQ_VICVL.ANVS, and Cf. AEQVICOLVS]. I 

p. 454 = P p. 44 (Acta Triumph. Ca- 
pitol.): [de Ae]qveis e[t Volsceis], and 
de Aeqveis, and [d]e Aeqveis (sc. triicm- 
-phavit Me); I p. 45G = P p. 45 (ibid.): 
de Aeqveis twice; I p. 285 XXV = P 
p. 191 VII = VI 1308 (Rome, elogium 
of Camillus): Aeqvis et Volscis svbactis. 
AEQVICOLVS. k Aequiculan » « Ae- 
quian ».. [Perhaps based on the etymo- 
logical fable that the Aequiculi were 
«lovers of justice » (aequum colere)} P 



p. 202 XLI == VI 1302 (Rome, elogium): 
Fert. Erresivs, rex Aeqveicolvs (sic). 

IS PREIMVS IVS FETIALE PARAVIT. InDE p(0- 
PVLVS) R(OMANVS) DISCIPLEINAM EXCEPIT. 

AEQVICVLANVS. « Of Aequiculi », 
a town of the Aequi, q. v., in a region 
still called 11 Cicolano. IX 4112 (Ae- 
quiculi): (Me) r(ei) p(vblicae) Aeqvicv- 
l(anorvm) ser(vvs) ark(arivs) (sic); IX 
4118 (ibid.): s(enatvs) p(opvlvs)q_(ve) 
A(eqvicvlanvs); IX 4128 (ibid.): (Mi) 
ii vir(o) Aeqvicl(anorvm) (sic) ; IX 
4885 (Trebula Mutuesca) : (Mi) patrono 
Aeq_vicvlanor(vm); IX 4886 (ibid.): (Mi) 
patrono A[eqvi3cvlanorvm. 

[AEQVINOCTIALIS. «Equinoctial». 
Le Blant 54 (= Sidon. Apoll. Epist. II 
10): aedes celsa ... ortvm prospicit 
aeqvinoctialem]. 

AEQVINOCTIVM. «Equinox». In 
menologia, fasti, aslrolabia and the like. 

(a) The vernal equinox, a. d. vim kal. 
Apriles = March 25. 

P p. 261 (Fasti Polemii Silvii, 448-9): 

AEQVINOCTIVM, PRINCIPIVM VERIS ; XI 6720 

(Saena, astrolabium aeneum): aeqv(ino- 
ctivm) ve(ris) ; I p. 358 = P p. 280 = 
VI 2305 (Rome, two menologia rustica, 
known as Colotiaaum and Vallense) : ae- 
qvinoctivm and aeqvinoct(ivm). 

(b) The autumnal equinox, a. d. viii 
kal. Octobres = September 24. P p. 273 
(Fasti Polemii Silvii, 448-9): aeqvino- 
ctivm; XI 6720 (Saena, astrolabium ae- 
neum): aeqv(inoctivm) av(tvmni); XIII 
5955 (Germauia Sup., menologium ae- 
neum): AEQVINOCTIVM) VII I K. OCT. ; I 

p. 359 = P p. 281 = VI 2306 (Rome, 
menologia Colotianum et Vallense): ae- 
qvinoct(ivm). 

AEQVIPERO, -ARE. «To equal», 
« to rival ». V 2 p. 623 17 (Mediolanium,f, 
late): hic cvbat aeterni Hlvdvicvs Cae- 
sar honoris, aeqviperat cvivs nvlla 
Thalia decvs. 

AEQVITAS. « Uprightness », « recti- 
tude » , « equity » , « impartiality » , « fair- 
ness », and the like. [Cf. aecetia]. 

[Forms eq_vitas, X 8067 1 (Pompeii), 
III 6015 1 (Sirmium). — Abbrev., aeqvit.. 
XI 6015 (Sestinum); eqvi., X 8067' 
(Pompeii)]. 

(1) As personal characteristic. VI 1180 



AEQV 



AEQV 



161 



(Rome, 4 th ) : (Mi) ivstitiae aeqvitatisqve 
rectori; VI 1729 (Rome, 363): (Mi) 
pi.eno aeqvitatis ac FiDEi ; V 5202 (near 
Bergomum) : (Mi) advlescenti svmmae ae- 
qvitatis; VI 1736 (Rome. 4 th ): [qv]od 

NEQVE AEQ_VITATI IN COGNOSCENDO NEQVE 

ivstitiae defverit ; VI 1759 (Rome, 389): 

REXIT ANNONARIAM POTESTATEM VrBIS EA 



AEQVITATE, VT 



; IX 1575 (Beneven- 

tlim) : OB AEQVITATEM IVDICIS ET PATRO- 

cinia iam privati ; III 14165 8 (Arabia) : 

... IMPLORANTIBVS AVXILIViYY AEQVITATIS J 

VIII 60 = 11139 (Hadrumetum): ob pa- 

REM IN VNIVERSOS AEQVITATEM ET PROPRIVM. 
IN SINGVLOb HONOREM ; VIII 1651 = 

15883 (Sicca Veneria) frgmt. : [sJvmmae 

INTEGRITATIS ADQVE (sic) AEQVITATIS SER- 

va[tori]; VIII 7013 (Cirta, 4 th ): con- 

TINENTIAE, INTEGRITATIS, PATIENTlAE, AE- 
QVITATIS ADQVE (sic) HONORIFICENTIAE ; 

XI 6015 (Sestinum) : ob svmm(am) aeqvi- 
t(atem) et incomp(arabilejvv) sollicitv- 
d(inem) eivs ; X 478 (Paestum, 344): 

(Mi) CVIVS TANTA AEQVITAS, TRANQVILLI- 
TAS, DIGNITAS ... EX ORIGINE PROPACATA 

(sic) monstratvr; X 1126 (Abellinum): 

(Mi) MAGISTRO AEQVITATIS ET TOTIVS AV- 

ctori gravitatis; X 4863 (Venafrum): 

(Mi) AEQVITATE MAGNIFICO, BENIVOLENTIA 
(Sic) COLENDO. 

(2) In sense of « fair-dealing » , as 
motto on weights. Ill 6015 1 (Sirmium): 
eqvetas (sic); X 8067 7 (Pompeii): eqvi- 
[tas]. 

(3) Aequitas personified as divinity. 
XIV 2860 (Praeneste): Fortvn(ae) Pri- 
mig(eniae), signvm Aeqvitatis ; Rev. Arch. 
(1904) p. 313 (Thugga): Mercvrio. Ae- 
qvitati Avg(vstae); ib. (1904) p. 174 = 
Annee Epigr. (1903) p. 50 (Carnuntum), 
dedicated Aeqvitati and 'Evdixig. 

(4) Co Ionia Aequitas, name of a town 
in Dalmatia, commonly called Aequum, 
q. v. Ill 2026 (Salonae) : dec(vrio) Co- 
l(oniae) Aeqvitatis. 

AEQVIVS. Comp. adv. and adj. See 
AEQVE, AEQVVS. 

AEQVO, -ARE. «To make equal », 
« equalize » , «to level or smooth off » , 
« to compare » . [Abbrev., aeq_:, VIII 
9666 (Cartenna)]. 

(a) Lit., of things. I 208 (lex, frgmt., 
B. C): \_pila ... scrib]antvr aeqventvr- 

Thes. linguae lot. epigr. 



oj[e]; X 1236 (Nola): campvm pvblice 
aeqvandvjvv cvravit ; X 3340 (Misenum) 
frgmt.: aeqvaverint; VIII 7046 (Cirta): 

ADSTRVCl[lS CREPl]]DINIBVS AEQyA[TISQVE] 

statvis; VIII 9666 (Cartenna): mensv- 

r(as) OLEAR(ias) , . . AEQ_(vaVERVNT) ET DE- 
DICAVER r VNT]. 

(b) Fig. — I p. 193 XIII = P p. 288 
XXIX = XI 1828 (Arretium. elogium of 
Fabius Maximus) : (Me) qvoivs popvlvs 

I.WPERIVM CVM DICTATORIS IMPERIO AEQV'A- 

verat; VI 9858 (Rome, f) : (ills) ita 

INIMITABILIS SAECVLO SVO VT TANTVM 
VETERIU(VS) POSSIT AEQVARI ; VI 12307 

(Rome) : qvia non possvnt donis aeqvare 
merenteja; VI 25128 (Rome): priscis ae- 
qvabar doctvs in art[]e] ; Rossi 753 
(Rome, 7, 5 th ): nomen vt aeqvaret vita 
decora viri; II 1399 (Marchena): coniv- 
gis illivs qvew vix aeqvare mariti ad- 
fectv poterint avt bonitate pari. 
AEQVOR.. Sing, and plur. (poetic). 

(1) Of land, ■ level plain ». II 2660 
(Legio VII): aeqvora conclvsit campi 

DIVISQVE DICAVIT, ET TEMPLVM STATVIT TIBI, 

and (cervos) vicit in parami aeqvore, 

VECTVS FEROCI SONIPEDE. 

(2) Of the air, « vast depths ». VI 
1756^ (Rome, 395): ex[vv]iis resolvtvs 

IN AETHERIS AEQVORE TVTViVV CVRRIS ITER. 
CVNCTIS INTEGER A VITUS. 

(3) Of water, ■ the deep •. IV 1237 
(Pompeii, graffito): vidisti qvo Tvrnvm 

AEQVORIBVS IEBAT (sic) IN ARMIES], (cf. 

Verg. Aen. IX 269: vidisti qvo Tvrnvs 
eqvo, qvibvs ibat in armis) ; Cam. Lat. 
295 = Rev. Arch. (1890) p. 137 no. 74 
(Cartenna, mosaic) : certantvr aeqvora 
remis (= Verg. Aen. Ill 668); Rev. Arch. 
(1905) p. 490 (Africa, mosaic): labitvr 
vncta carina per aeqvora cana celocis; 
VIII 212 (Cillium, 2 nd ) 1. 85: dvm sva 

PERSPICVIS APERIT PHAROS AEQVORA FLA^mJ- 

mis; VIII 21081 (Caesarea): marmore 

Q_VOT (SIC) PAREO (Sic) Vl(v)vNT SPIRANTIA 
SIGNA AEQyofjRIS e]t VARIO QVOT (sic) 
[PROFLVIT VNDA MEATv] J XII 1122 (Apta): 
(Me) ... PER AEQVOR ET PALVDES ET TV- 

mvlos Etrvscos volare qvi solebat; III 
3676 (Pannonia Inf., 2 nd ): vasta pro- 

FVNDI AEQVORA DaNVVII. 

AEQVORNA, AECORNA, AECVRNA. 
A divinity worshiped in Pannonia, at 

21 



162 



AKUV 



AVAIY 



Nauportus (Oberlaibach) and En a (Lai- 
bach). I I 166 - 3776 (Nauportiw, B. C): 

(////) mag(istri) vici aedi vi \i ^'Or(nae) 
de vi(ci) s(ententia) f(acivndam) COIR(a- 
vervnt); 111 3831 (Emona): Aecvr- 

(nae) v(otvnv) s(oi.vit) l(ibens) m(erito); 
111 3882 (ibid.): (Me) Aecornae v. s. l ; 
III 3833 (ibid.): (»#«) Aec(ornae) v. s. 

L. M. 

AEQVVM. A town of Dalmatia cm 
the river Tilurius or Eippus (now Cetina), 
north-east of Andetrium ; now Citluk. 
Full name, Colonia Claudia Aequum. 

[Cf. Aeqvitas § 4, Aeq_vensis]. Ill 1323 
(Ampelmii) : dec(vrio) col(onia) Delma- 
tiae Cl(avdia) Aeqvo; III 1596 (Dacia, 
237): dec(vrio) col(oniae) Aeq_(vi); III 
4376 (Arrabona): Col(onia) Aeqv(vm); 
III 15004 (Dalmatia): (Me) domv (sic) 
Cl(avdia) Aeqvo; and similarly as birth- 
place of men aud women, III 1262 (Al- 
burnus Maior): do.wo Aeq_. ; III 3016 (Se- 
nia): do.wo Aeqvo; III 14214 (Munici- 
pium Tropaeum): Aeqv[o]; III 14358 14 
(Pannonia Sup.): Aecl; XI 23 (Ravenna): 
Aeqvo: XIII 5982 (Argentorate) : Ae- 
qvo; XIII 6828 (Moguntiacum) : Ae- 
qv[o]; XIII 6830 (ibid.): [Ae]q_[v]o; 
XIII 6831 (ibid.): Aeq^; XIII 6833 
(ibid.): Aeqvo. 

AEQVVS. « Just » , k equal » , « fair » . 
Of the mind, * calm ». [Forms, aiqvom, 
I 196 = X 104 (Ep. de Bacch., 186 
B. C.) 1. 27; aeqvom, I 201 = XIV 
35S4 (Ep. ad Ttburtes, ca. 159 B. C.) 
1. 4; I 203 (S. C. de Asclepiade, 78 
B. C.) 1. 11; VI 25084 (Home, by mis- 
take); X 5745 (Sora), III 355 (Aezani)]. 

(1) Lit., of things, « equal », « level ». 
I 1230 = IX 1140 (Aeclanum, B.C.): 

PORTAS. TVRREIS, MOIROS, TVRREISQVE AE- 
QVAS QVM (SIC) MOIRO FACIVNDVM COI- 
RAVERVNT. 

(2) Of parts or divisions. « equal », 
■ fair -. II 6278 (S. C. Italicense, 176- 

7) 39: ITAQVE IS NVMERVS VNI .'ERSAE FAMl- 
LIAE AEQVIS PARTIBVS IN SINGVLOS DIES DI- 

spartiatvr; VI 27940 (Rome): ex parti- 
bvs aeqvis ; XIV 2795 (Gabii, 140): vt 

... IN PVBLICO AEQVIS PORTIONIBVS FIERET 

divisio; III p. 951 (Dacia, wax-tablet, 

167): AEQVIS PORTIONIBVS. 

(3) Applied to individuals, as personal 






characteristic. (Men and gods). «Just», 
u fair n , - of oalm t imperaraejt ». [Cf. 
aeqvitas]. VI 28005 (Borne): (ilia) in- 
teger et aeqvissiivw ; Carm. Lat. 787 = 
Rossi II p. 83 1. 26 and p. 85 no. 31 a 
1. 16 (Rome, f): remotvs, prvdens, mitis, 

GRAVIS. INTEGER, AEQVVS ; IX 4796 (Fo- 

rum Novum): in cvnctis simplex, con- 
tractibvs omnibvs aeqvvs ; III 9151 (Sa- 
lonae): s; di aeqvi fvissent; XI 6204 
(Aesis): victa est ivstitiaes (sic) non 

AEQVO IVD1CE FaTO. 

(4) Of temperament, esp. in the phrase 
aeqvo animo. I 1008 = VI 25369 (Home, 
B. C): animo vo[lo] aeqvo vos ferre 
concordesqve vivERE ; Edict. Diocl., la- 
trod., II. 6: aeqvo animo; X 478 (Pae- 
stum, 344) : aeqvo sinceraeqve (sic) 
animo (by mistake for aequo siiiceroqne 
animo, or aequo animo si acereque) ; IX 
5659 (Trea) : colonvs pavper fvit, aeqvo 
animo; VIII 17639 (Vazaivi): qvis ae- 
qvo animo [ferat ...?J. Cf. X 6785 
(Pandateria): mens aeqva fvit, non aspe- 
ra lingv(a). 

(5) Various. XI 5631 (Camerinum, 
210): ivre aeqvo; III 6844 (Antiochia 
Pisidiae): ob aeqvam et integram ivris 
dictionem; XI 531 (Arimiuum): fvnere 

NON AEQVO PVER IMMATVRVS OBIVI ; VIII 

11613 (Ammaedara) : aeqvas optavi se- 

DES, IVCVNDA MARITO PERVENIJ VI 15546 

(Rome): non aeqvos (sic), Parcae. sta- 

TVISTI STAMINA V1TAE ! 

(6) The phrase aeqvvm est and the 
like. I 201= XIV 3584 (Ep. ad Ti- 
burtes, ca. 159 B. C.) 1. 4: ita vti ae- 
qvom fvit; I 196 = X 104 (Ep. de 
Bacch., 186 B. C) 1. 27: ita senatvs 
aiqvom censvit; I 203 (S. C. de Ascle- 
piade, 78 B. C) 1. 11: AEQVOM CENSERE 

e\ ita fierei ; III 355 (Aezani): aeqvom 
est ex [jllo]] tempore vectigal pendi ; 
X 5745 (Sora) : qvod aeqvom fverat 
filia hoc faceret mihi ; V 3627 (Verona) : 
aeqvivs enim fverat vos hoc mihi fecisse; 
III 9106 (Salonae): aeqvivs hvnc fverat 
titvlvm me ponere matri ; IX 5041 (Ha- 
dria) : aeqvivs hoc fverat. 

(7) Neut. as subst. VI 25427 (Rome): 

NE SIT MORA LONGIOR AEQVO J V 923 

(Aquileia): hic sitvs est ivsti iv[dex], 
lavdator et ae[qvi]. — Adverbial phrase 



AEQV 



AERA 



163 






ex aeqvo = deque, XI 6146 (Forum Sem- 
pronii): exaeq_(vo) mecvm conivncta, fe- 
cit AN(NOS) XVIIII. [Note AEQVOIW DJ 

mistake for aevom, VI 25084 (Rome): 

FATA DOLENS, LVCTVRA PER. AEQVOmJ. 

AEQVVS. See EQVVS. 

aer. «Air», «sky». Ill 3676 (Pan- 

nonia Inf.): emissvmq_(ve) arcv dvm pen- 

DET IN AERE TELVM | XI 073« (Regilllll 

Lepidum) : qj/oivs vt est lenis patrivm 
diffvsvs in aer (sic) spiritvs ; III 3247 = 
8003 (Sirmium): terra tenet corpvs, 
nomen lapis, atqve animam aer; III 
6384 (Salonae): corpvs habe(n)t cineres, 

ANIMAM SACER ABSTVLIT AER ; VIII 16810 

(Prov. Procons): haec eadem, regina devm, 

NE CVNCTA Pr[oFVNDo] AERE CONSVRGENS 

fvlcires sidera, Ivno. — In title of Iup- 
piter, X 5779 (Cereatae Marian ae, 4 B. C): 
Iovi aer[iJs et dis indigetibv[s]. 

AERA, (ERA). « Era », or rather, year 
in an era, as date, counting from a given 
year, (with ordinal number of calculation); 
a system of computation of time in use 
in Spain from the fourth century, by cal- 
culating the years from 38 B. C. II 5683 
(Legio VII): aer(a) co(n)s(vlari) ccclxiii; 
II 5729 (Astures Transmontani) : (tile) 
posvit erae (sie) cl (sic, by mistake); 

II 5744 (ibid.): aera cccclxxiv; Rossi II 
p. 297 no. 12 (Hispania, f) 1. 18: v ka- 
lend. Septembres era DCLxxi ; and very 
freq. in the late inacrr. of Spain. Exi. 
Hiibn. Hisp. 86 = Garni. Lat. 722 (Hi- 
spania, 649): ERA DE TEMPORE MORTIS 

dclxxxvii ; Hiibn. Hisp. 123 = Carm. Lat. 
721 (near Corduba, 642): era sescenten- 

SIMA ET OCTAGENSIMA (stc) ID GESTVM ME- 
MENTO. [For numerous exx., see Hiibn. 
Hisp. indices ; the form era prevails over 
aera. They appear together in N° 363]. 

AERA == stipendia. See AES. 

AERACVRA, AERA CVRA, HERECV- 
RA etc. Various spellings of the name 
of a female divinity of the underworld, 
often associated with Dis Pater. VI 142 
(Rome): Dis Pater. Aeracvra; V 725 
(Aquileia): [Dm Patri] et Aerecvrae; 

III 4395 (Carnuntum): D(iti) P(atri) et 
Ae(rae) C(vrae); XIII 6360 (Snmelo- 
cenna): [D]m e(t) H(e)r(e)q_(v)r(e) (si 
XIII 6363 (ibid.): Di(ti) et Er[e] Cv- 
<r>e(?); XIII 6322 (Sulzbach) : i(n) h(o- 



NOREm) d(o.VVVS) d(iVI.NAE). d(eaE ?) s(aN- 

ctae?) Aericvr(ae) et Diti Patri; V 
8970« (Aquileia): Dm Patri sacr(vm). 
... Erae sacr(vm) ; VIII 5524 (Thibilis)-: 
Terrae Matr[i], Aere Cvrae, Matri Devm 
Magnae Ideae (sic); VIII 6962 (Cirta): 
[Mer]cvrivm aere[vm] templo Aervc(v- 
rae) [sjva pecvnia [dederv]nt; XIII 
6631 a (Stockstadt) frgmt. : Ekaecvre ; 
XIII 6359 (Sumelocenna): (Hid) Herecvre 
v(otvm) s(olvit) l(aeta) l(ibens)m(erito): 
XIII 6438 (Cannstadt) : Herecvre (Me 
posuit); XIII 6439 (ibid.): [Herec]vre 
signvm; AJlmer, laser, de Vienne 698 
p. 385 (Vienna): Erecvre; XIII 6348 
(Hockenheim): Her(ecvraeP). Here belong 
probably also V 8126 (Nesactium) : Herae 
sacr(vm); V 8200 (Pinquentum) : Haerae 

DOMINAE. 

AERAMENTVM. (1) «Bronze», esp. 
bronze plate ready for making into vases, 
ornaments etc. Ed. Diocl. (Ill p. 1935) 

§ 24." DE AERAMENTO = 7ts[_Ql %CcXx\(0- 

\jk'a%<ov~\\ ib. § 28: indvctilis aeramenti 
in p(ondo) i, denarios sex; VII 180 
(Lindum) : (Me) aerarivs fecit et aera- 
menti lib(ram) donavit. 

(2) Utensil or ornament of bronze. VI 
10235 (Rome. 149): aqvae aeram(entvm); 
XI 4206 (Interamna): opvs theatri per- 
fect(vm) in mvliebrib(vs) aeramentis ador- 
naver(v.nt); IX 2475 (Saepinum): ma- 

CELLVM CVM COLVMNIS. SOLO. AERAMENTIS, 

marmo[ribvs]; XII 4332 (Narbo) : adie- 

CTO TETRASTy[l^O ET AERAMENTIS OMNIBVS ; 

II 1071 (Arva): lacvm et aeramenta 
f(acienda) (cvravit); II 1478 (Astigi) : 

LACVS X CVM AERAMENTIS DEDIT. 

AERARIVM. «Treasury». [Cf. fiscvs, 
arca]. 

Synopsis of Arrangement. 

I. Forms and abbreviations. 
IT. Use. (A) The National Treasury of Rome, 
called fa] simply ae ■ ium Sa- 

i leva- 
ri art pu 'ill Romcm). — (B) Ae- 
litare, the -Military Treasury. — 
(C) Aerarium, the loc A Treasury of the towns. 

1 Forms, brarivm, VI 15048. 35283 
(Rome); in Greek, sqocqiov, X 6569 (Ve- 
litrae. 3 d ), aiouoior. R. G. divi Ann. 
cap. 17 11. 34, 35; III 6983 (Amastris, 



uu 



AEKA 



AERA 



. — i ifii. Biiig., aerariis? by mistake 

ili added s due to following Saturn 

XI ll si (Interamna). — Gen. Bing., 

(normally and t'req. aerari), aerarii, IX 

2845 (Histoninm, L Bt ), VIII 7058 (Cirta, 

.11 12* Salpensa, 2 n i, X B291 

lAiitiiiin. 2 nd ), III 1071, 1072 (Apulum, 

211-222), XIII 3693 (Treveri). — Ab- 

brev., aer very freq. everywhere; aerar., 

VI. 90, 1928, 1929, 31800, 32304 

(Rome); XIV 3500 (Ciciliano), 3<i"7 

(Tibnr, 31); X :;7J2 (Volturnum), 5928 

inagnia), 6006 (Minturnae, 2'" 1 ): XI 

1526 (Lnca); V 4459, 4503 (Briiia); III 

(Amastris, I st ); XII 1869, 1877, 

1908 (Vienna). 2192 (bet Vienna and 

Gratianopoli8), 2238 (Gratianopolis), 3222, 

3274 (Nemausus), 3184 (ibid.. 1 st ), 3232 

(ibid.. 2" ! ): aera. V 2069 (Feltria); a., 

VI 22915 (Rome), XIV 376, 409 (Ostia), 

X 6706 (Antium), 8106 (Volceii), XI 

5054 (Mevania), V 6428 (Ticimmi). 

II. Use. 

(A) The National Treasury of Rome, 
in the Aedes Saturni in the Forum Ro- 
ut mum at the foot of the Clivus Capi- 
tolinus, variously called (a) simply Ae- 
rarium, (//) Aerarium Saturui, (c) Ac- 
rarium populi Romani, (d) rarely Aera- 
rium publicum (populi Romani). [Cf. 
fiscvs]. 

(a) Simplv aerarivm. I 197 (Leo; Bau- 
, 133-118 B.C.) 1. 24: [i]ovranto 

APVD QVAESTOREM AD AERARIVM PALAM LVCI 
(Sic) PER lOVEM DEOSQVE PENATES ; I 198 

(Lex Repetund., 123-122 B. 0.) 1. LXI : 

[tanta pecvnia ex] hace lege in aerario 
posita erit; ib. 1. LX1V: [reliqvomJJ 
in aerario siet; ib. LXVI : qvae pecvnia 
ex hace lege in aerarivm posita erit; 
ib. 1. LXVIII : in diebvs v proximis, ct_y;- 
Bvs qj/ojwqve (sic) eiei (sc. quaes tor ei) 

AERARIVM, PROVINCI.A OBVENERIT; I 200 

[Lex Agraria, III B. C.) LXVI: [qvae- 

storJ q_vei AERARIVM, PROVINCIAM OPTINE- 

bit: I 202 (1 rael. de XX Quae- 

stoi 31 B. C.) I 1. 2: q_(vaestorem) 

VR! QVEI AERARIVM, PROVINCIAM 

optinebit: ib. II 11. 10, 15, 19. 23. 27. 

:ll : AD AERARIVM APP.ARERE OPORTET J I 206 

Afunic., 45 B. C.) 1. 37: per 

Q_(VAESTORE.VU Yrb(aNVM I EVMVE Q_VEI AE- 
RARIO praerit; ib. 11. 39, 47. 48: qjvae- 



stor) Vrb(anvs) q_veive aerario praerit; 
/.'. 0. d/ri Aug. cap. 17 11. 34, 35: 

QVATER. [PECVNIA MEA IVVI AERARIVM, ITA 
VT SESTERTIVM MILL1En[s~J ET QVINg[en]- 
t[ien~Js AD EOS Q_VI PRAERANT aerario de- 
TVLERIM = Xt ZQcfx^JC /oiU^a^Ol i ifiotg 

\uv^,k)j(fiov in (doi'uuov ; II 1964 (Lex 
lacit., 1 st ) LXIV: apvt (sic) eos qvi 
Romae aerario praessent. — In formulas 
of fines prescribed for violators of the 
right of property in tombs, as VI 29913 
(Rome) : si qvis titvlvm mevm violaverit, 
inferat aerario (sesterlios tot); VI 15477 
(Rome): qvod si vendiderit, ad aera- 
rivm sex milia dabet (sic). Add VI 2346, 
14190, 15221, 16041, 22270, 25961, 
29912, 29928 (Rome): X 1401 (Hercu- 
laneum. 44-40). — Officials, qvaestores, 
see above, laws, at head of section. — 
praetores, VI 1265 (Rome. B. C): pr(ae- 
tor) aer(ari); IX 2845 (Histonium, 1 st ): 
praetor aerari; IX 5645 (Trea, 1 st ): 
praet. aerari; X 5182 (Casinum. 1 st ): 
pr. aer.; V 4329 (Brixia. 22): pr[aet.] 
aerari; I s p. 75 = VI 32272 (Rome. 23 
B. C): [pra]et. aerario; XIV 3607 (Ti- 
bnr, 31): PR. AD AERAR(lVM). PR.AEFECTI, 

dating from Nero's reign, VI 31800 
(Rome): [pra]ef. aer[ar.]; XIV 2405 
(Bovillae) : praef. aerari [..•], 3500 (Ci- 
ciliano): praef. aerar.; VIII 11810 (Ma- 
ctaris): praef. aerario; XIV 2604 (Tu- 
sculum, 1 st ): aerario praef. — delatvs 
ad (or in) aerarivm, a special delegation 
of authority. Ill 6687 (Berytus, 1 st ): (iile) 
delatvs a dvobvs co(n)s(vlibvs) ad ae- 
rarivm; III 6983 (Amastris, 1 st ): (tile) 

BIS IN AERAR(IVm) DELATVS A CO(n)s(vLIBVS) 

= dig s*g %h uio^aoiov (pf-Qo/nsr^o; v.ro 
vTiaiior. — Employees, scribae: VI 1816 
(Rome) : scr(iba) q_(vaestorivs) ab aera- 
rio ; VI 3871 = 32273 (Rome) : [s]crib(a) 
libr(arivs) q_(vaestorivs) ab aerario; VI 
1819 (Rome): scr(i)ba libr(arivs) qj/ae- 
storivs E tribvs decvriis minoribvs ab 
aerario. — viatores : VI 1815 (Rome, 
1 st ): viator qvaestorivs ab aerario; VI 
1829 (Rome): viatoris q_vaestori ab ae- 
rario; VI 1929 (Rome): viatori qvae- 
stor. ab aerar., twice; VI 1930 (Rome): 
tabvlarivs viatorvm q_vaestoriorv.w ab 
aerario; VI 1931 (Rome): viatori q_vae- 
storio ab aerario; XIV 109 (Ostia, 195): 



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v(iator) q_(vaestorivs) ab aerario ; VI 
1932 (Rome) : viator ad aerarivm. — 
Persons engaged in business connected 
with the Treasury. VI 9852 (Rome): 
(Me) redemptor ab aerar(io), and (tile) 
red. ab aer. — VI 9133 (Rome) : (ilia) 

, . . FECIT . . . (illl) PATRONO SVO, AB AE- 
RARIO . . . ET (/IH) VIRO, AB AERARIO. 

Bull. Corn. (1888) p. 83 (near Ostia): 

(Hie) DE XVI AB AER(ARIO) ET ARk(a) (sic) 

Sal(inarvm) Romanarvm. 

(b) Under the fuller title, aerarivm 
Satvrni. In formulas of tines prescribed 
for violators of the right of property in 
tombs, VI 13028, 35243, 35283. — 
Officials: qvaestores, VI 1403 (Rome, 
1 st ): (Mi) [elect]o a Ti. Clavdio Cae- 
sare [AvgvsJto Germanico, Q_yi primv[s 
q_vaes]tor per triennivm citra [sorte]m 
praesset aerario Satvrni ; XI 6 163 (Suasa, 
1 st ): qvaes(tor) aer(ari) Satvr(ni); VI 
32304 (Rome): qvaestori ab aerar(io) 
Satvrni. — praefecti, VI 332 (2 nd ), 1356 
(3 d ), 1406, 1495, (80), 1517, 1545 (1 st ), 
31666, 32271 (Rome), Pp. 7ic (Rome, 
80-81); XIV 2925 (Praeneste, 2 nd ), 3601 
(Tibur, 172), 3610 (ibid., 2 nd ), 3619. 
4244 (Tibur); X 3722 (Volturnum), 4750 
(Suessa), 6006 (Minturnae, 2 nd ), 8291 
(Antium, 2 nd ); IX 2454, 2455 (Saepi- 
num), 2592 (Terventum); XI 1183 (Ve- 
leia, 2 nd ), 3364 (Tarquinii), 3365 (ibid., 
2 nd ), 4181 (Interamna) ; V 1874 (Con- 
cordia), 2820 (Patavium), 5262 (Comum, 
2 nd ), 5667 (ager Mediolanensis, 2 nd ); III 
2732 (Aequum), 4013 (Aodautonia, 62); 
II 1283 (Salpensa, 2 nd ), 2634 (Asturica). — 
Employees, viatores; VI 1019 (Rome, 
2 nd ): viator q_(vaestorivs) ab aer(ario 
Sat(vrni); VI 1928 (Rome): viatoris 
qj/aestori ab aerar(io) Satvrni; XIV 
3544 (Tibur): v(iator) q_(vaestorivs) ab 
aerario Satvrni. 

(c) Under the title aerarivm popvli 
Romani. VI 32326 (Rome, Comui. Lad. 
Saec, 204) 1. 29: inqve eos lvdos sa- 

CRIFlClAQ_[jVE SVMPTV^S EX AERARIO POPVLI 

Romani fiant. — Esp. freq. in formulas 
of prescriptions for violators of the right 
of property in tombs. VI 1925, 5172, 
7788, 8589. 9042, 10219, 10238, 10693, 
10848, 13015, 13484, 13618, 13822, 
14930, 15048, 15197, 16363, 16726, 



16809, 17618, 18384, 18385, 20989, 
22484, 22609, 24799, 26445. 29289. 
29918, 29927, 36364 (Rome); XIV Kill, 
1153 (Ostia); XI 1497 (Pisae). — Rare- 
ly written for brevitv aerarivm popvli, 
VI 15405, 29917, 33900« (Rome); XIV 
667 (Ostia). 

(d) aerarivm pvblicvm (popvli Romani), 
rarely. VI 13312 (Rome): aerario pv- 
blico; VI 26218 (Rome): aer(ario) pu- 
blico) p(opvli) R(omani) ; VI 11913 
(Rome): aer(ario) r. p. p. (sic for p. p. R.?). 

(II) aerarivm militare, the Military 
Treasury of the State, founded by Au- 
gustus in 5 A. D. for the payment of 
praemia to the veterans after twenty years 
of service. R. G. dioi Aug. cap. 17 1. 36: 
i[n] aerarivm militare (=\_a\lqTo Gi\_q\a- 

\_TlWT~\lxbv aiQCCQlOv), Q_VOD EX CONSILIO 
M^EO] Co[nSTITVt]vm EST, EX Q_VO PRAE- 
MIA DARENTVR MILITIBVS Q_VI VICENA [aVT 

plv]ra sti[]pendi]a emervissent, hs. mil- 
liens ET SEPTING[E]NTl[ENS EX Pa]tr[im]o- 

nio m[e]o detvli. — Officials, praefecti 
aerari militaris, X 6569 (Velitrae, 3 d ) : 
(Mi) praef(ecto) aerari militaris and 
stwxqxm ioaQov (TrQaTt(t)itxov ; VI 90, 
1338, 1408 (3 d ), 1409 (3 d ), 1486 (= XIV 
3995), 1509 (2 nd ). 31717 (Rome); XIV 
72 (Ostia); IX 2457 (Saepioum, 2 nd ); 
XI 14 (Raveuna), 4647 (Tuder), 5645 
(Matilica), 6164 (Suasa); V 5667 (ager 
Mediolanensis, 2 nd ), 5813 (Mediolanium), 
6262 (Comum, 2 nd ), 7557 (Hasta); III 
1071, 1072 (Apulum, 211-222), 6154 
(Tomi, 222-235); VIII 2392 (Thamugadi, 
3 d ), 7044 (Cirta, 2 nd ), 7049 (ibid., 3 d ), 
7058 (ibid., 1 st ). - - [In XIII 5089 (Aven- 
ticum, 2 nd ) : praetori aerari militaris is 
probably a mistake for praefecto etc.]. 

(III) Aerarivm, the local Treasury of 
the towns. [Cf. arca]. In sense of trea- 
sury-building, XIV 2975 (Praeneste, B. 
C-): aediles aerarivm faciendvmdedervnt. 
— In general, V 532 (Tergeste, 2 nd ): 
aerarivm nostrvm ditavit, and SINE vllo 

OJ/IDEM AERARI NOs[t]rI INPENDIO (sic) ', 

Eph. Epigr. I p. 52 (Pompeii, dipiuto): 

HIC AERARIVM CONSERVAB1T ; XIII 1900 

(Lugudunum): statvam cvm ordo . . . ex 

AERARIO [PJVBLICO PONI CENSVISSe[t] ; 

VIII 1576 (Mustis, 2 nd ): inlata aerario 
[legitima svmma]. Officials : oj/aestores, 



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XIV 298 (Ostia): qvaest. aer., 801 (ibid.): 
qvaest. aer., 378 (ibid.): qvaestori a 
376 (ibid.): Qj a., 109 (ibid.): q_. a. 

Ostiens(ivm), 4142 (ibid.) : q_. aerari ; X 
B920 (Anagnia): q_. aer. et al[im(ento- 
rvm)|, 2928 (ibid.): q_. aerar. arcae pv- 
b(licae), 8106 (Volceii) : q_. a.; IX ims 
(Amrternum) : q_. a[erari | ; XI 1526 
(Luca): q_vaestori ad aerar., 5006 (Tre- 
biae): qvaest. aerari Spoleti, 5054 (Me- 
vania): q_. a. ; V 2785 (Patavium): q_vae- 
stor aerari, 8418 (Verona): q_. aerari 
Veronae, 3938 (Arusnates) : q_. aer., 4444 
(Brixia): q_. aer., 445!) (ibid.). - qvaestor 
aerar., 5847 (Mediolaniura): q_vaest. aer., 
6 128 (Ticinum) : q_. a.. 0519, 6520 (No- 
varia, 2 nd ): q_. aer., 7468 (Industria): 
q_- aer(ari) p(vblici) et alim(entorvm) ; 
VIII 216 (Cillium, 2 nd ): q_. aerari. — 
dvvmviri, (only in Gaul). II viri aerari, 

XII 1783 (bet. Valentia and Vienna), 
1867, 1868, 1869, 1877, 1897, 1901, 
1903 (Vienna), 2192 (bet. Vienna and 
Gratianopolis), 2238, 2249 (Gratianopo- 
lis), 2333, 2334, 2349 (bet. Gratiano- 
polis and Ceutrones), 2537, 2583 (bet. 
Augustum and Lacus Lemannus), 2608, 
2613, 2615 (Genava); dvvmviro aerarii 
pvblici, XII 3693 (Treveri). — II viri 
ab aerario, XII 180 (Antipolis, frgmt.); 

XIII 1684 (Ara Rom. et Aug., 2 nd ), 2949 
(Agedincum, 250). — qvattvorviri, (only 
in Gaul). IIII viri ab aerario, XII 
2794 (ager Volcarum), 3184, 3212, 3214, 
3222, 3232 (2 nd ), 3235, 3274 (Nemausus). 
— IIII vir ad aerarium, XII 3166 (ibid., 
1 st ). — octoviri, IX 4891 (Trebula Mu- 
tuesca): vm vir ... aer., 4896 (ibid.): 
viii (vir) aerari, 4900 (ibid.): vm vir ii 
(= iterum) aer. — cvratores, V 2504 
(Ateste): cvr. aer., 2822 (Patavium, 96-8): 
[c]vr. aer., 2861 (ibid.): cvr. aer[. . .], 
5866 (Mediolanium) : scriba pvblic(vs) 
pontif(icis) et cvrator(is) aerari. 5906 
(ibid.): cvr. aer., 6348 (Laus): cvrator 

AERARI MeDIOl(aNENSIVJVV). PRAEFECTI, 

XIV 3500 (Ciciliano): praef. aerar.; XI 
3614 (Caere, 113): praef. aerari. — ad- 
lecti, V 1978 (Opitergiurn): allecto aer., 
2069 (Feltria): adl. aera., 3137 (Vicetia): 
adl. aer. — Employees : scriba, XII 2212 
(bet. Gratianopolis and Vienna) : scrib. 
aerari. — vilucvs, V 2803 (Patavium): 



YIII.ICVS AERARI QVONDAM, NVNC CVLTOR 

AGEi.ii. [Note: V 1503 (Brixia) may bo 
vn.ic(vs) a[er]ar(i), or vilic(vs) a[rk]a- 
r(ivs)]. 

AERARIVS. (1) Adj. « of copper, 
(bronze) », « copper- ». (2) Subst. « Cop- 
persmith ». [Form erarivs, XIV 3642 
(Tibur), VI 9138 (Rome). — Abbrev., 
aerar., VI 9135 (Rome), V 5847. 5892 
(Mediolanium), XII 2870 (bet. Vienna 
and Augustum), 3833 (Nemausus), 4473 
(Narbo). — aerarior., Hull. Com. (1904) 
p. 817 (Rome)]. 

(1) Adj. XII 4473 (Narbo): fabro ae- 
rar(io); VI 9664 (Rome): negotiator 

AERARIVS ET FERRARIVS SVB AEDE FORTVNAE 

ad Lacvm Aretis; VI 8455 (Rome); man- 

cips (sic) OFFICINARVM aerariarvm OJ/IN- 

qvae (sic) ; XIV 3642 (Tibur) : [man]ceps 
erariae (sic) mo[ne]tae; II 5181 (Lex 
Metalli Vipascensis, 1 st ) 1. 47: [scav]- 
rias argentarias, aerarias, and 1. 56 : 

FLATORVM ARGENTARIORVM AERARIORVM. [X 

3995 (Capua): familiae aerar[i]ae Popi- 
lianae : « ptito nomen hie latere ma- 
tronae »]. 

(2) Subst. Ed. Diocl. 24a (III p. 1935): 
aerario (= ^a/.[xo t'oyt/)] ) in orichalco 

MERCEDIS IN P(ONDO) I, DENARIOS OCTO \ 

VI 9137 (Rome), (illius) aerari sta- 
t(vari); VI 9188 (Rome): erari (sic) 
vascl(ari) (sic). — Aerarii simply men- 
tioned by name, VI 9134, 9135 (Rome); 

X 3988 (Capua); IX 1723 (Beneventum); 

XI 1234 (Placentia), 1616 (Florentia), 
4428 (Ameria), 6179 (Suasa); II 2238 
(Corduba); XII 3333 (Nemausus); VII 180 
(Lindum); XIII 7551 (Kreuzaach). — 
Aerarii organized in associations, VI 9136 
(Rome): sodales aerari a pvlvinar (sic); 
VI 9186 (Rome): (ille) coactor inter 
aerarios; Bull. Com. (1904) p. 317 = 
Rev. Arch. (1905) p. 193 (Rome): con- 
legia (sic) aerarior(vm); V 5847 (Me- 
diolanium): patron(o) et repvnct(ori) 
coll(egi) aerar(iorvm) ; V 5892 (ibid.): 
patr(ono) d (= centuriarum) xn col- 
l(egi) aerar(iorvm); XII 2370 (bet. Vien- 
na and Augustum): genio aerar(iorvm?) 
Diarensivm; XIII 2901 (Intaranum): deo 
Borvoni et Candido, aerari svb cvra 
(illorum) ex voto r(eddito). Aerari do- 
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167 



AEREDA. A local divinity of the Py- 
renean mountaineers. XIII 312 (Aqui- 
tauia) : deo Aereda, Cvgvr v(otvm) 
s(olvit). 

AER.ES. See HERES. 

AEREVS. Adj. k Of copper, (bronze) », 
« copper ». [Cf. aenevs]. 

[Forms, aerivs, Epb. Epigr. VIII 624 
(Signia); ace. sing. fern, aeria ibidem, 
aerea, XI 6375 (Pisaurum). Cf. aea, III 
p. 2328 72 (Sardinia, 173) = ae{ne)a or 
ae(re)a. — Abbrev. aer., IX 2995. 5565; 
V 4056; III 663, pp. 884. 886, 889, 
897. 900, 1987; VIII 1267J. 

Of various objects. (1) ara. XIV 2793 
(Gabii, 169): aram aeream. — (2) can- 
celli. VI 207 = 30715 (Rome, 2 nd ) : . . . 

[CVM COLVM^NIS ET CANCELLO AEREO ; VI 

5306 (Rome): cancellis et ornamentis 
[ae]reis; VIII 2369, 2370 (Thamugadi, 

214): AMBITVM FONTI5 CANCELLIS AEREIS 

conclv[dendvm cvravi]t. — (3) cande- 
labrum. VIII 12001 (Sarra): candelabra 
aerea. - — (4) capita. Ill 138 (Heliupolis, 

3 d ) : CAPITA COLVMNARVM dva aerea. — 

(5) ceriolaria. VI 9254 (Rome): cerio- 

LARIB(vs) DVOBVS AEREIS HABENTlBVS EFFl- 
GIEM CVPIDINIS TENENTIS CALATHOS. (6) 

charistio. XI 5695 (Tuficum): chari- 

STIONEM AEREVM POSVIT. (7) ClipC'S. 

XI 6071 (Urvinum Mataurense) : imagi- 

NEM ARGENT(EAM) CVM AEREO CLIPEO. (8) 

delphica. VI 10215 (Rome) : delphicae 
aereae. — (9) iaauae. VIII 100 (Capsa, 
280): aereis ianvis. — (10) luceraa. VI 
676 (Rome): colvmellam cvm lvcerna 
aerea: Eph. Epigr. VIII 624 (Signia): 
lvcerna(m) aeria(m) (sic); VIII 1267 
(Chisiduo, 175-180): lvcernam aer[eam]. 

— (11) mensa. VI 30881 (Rome, 118): 
mensam aeream et protectvm fecervnt. 

— (12) Mercunus. VIII 6962 (Cirta): 
[Mer]cvrivm aere[vm]. — (13) olla. VIII 
1267 (Chisiduo, 175-180) : ollajw ae- 
ream). — (14) omamenla. VI 5306 
(Rome): cancellis et ornamentis [ae]- 
reis. — (15) pelvis. X 6 (Regium Iu- 
lium) : pelbem (sic) aeream Corintheam 
(sic). — (16) sigillum. XIV 35 (Ostia): 

SIGILLO ... AEREO. (17) Silj llV.'lil. VI 

100 (Rome, 157): signvm aerevm; XIV 
2793 (Gabii, 169) : templvm cvm signo 

AEREO EFFIGIE VENERIS, ITEM SIGNIS AEREIS 



N(VMERO) IIII DISPOSiTIS IN ZOTHECIS ; V 

1019 (Aquileia): [sig]no aereo ; III 633 
(Philippi): signvm aer(evm) Silvani ; II 
1956 (Cartima) : signvm aerevm; XII 354 
(Reii): signvm Somni aerevm. — (18). 
Silani. VIII 6982 (Cirta): Silani aerei 
n(vmero) vi. — (19) simulacrum. VIII 
6965 (Cirta) : simvlacrvm aerevm Veneris. 
— (20) statera. XI 6375 (Pisaurum): 
stateram aerea(m). — (21) stalua. X 6 
(Regium Iulium) : statvam aeream Mer- 
cvri; XI 2702 (Volsinii, 224): statvam 
... aeream; V 875 (Aquileia, 105): sta- 
tvam aeream; III 633 (Philippi) : statvam 
aeream Silvani ; VIII 6982 (Cirta) : sta- 
tvae aereae n(vmero) vi ; VIII 7094 
(ibid., 3 d ): [statv]a aerea [Vi]rtvt[is 
Domini n(ostri)]; VIII 7095' (ibid.): 
statvam aeream Secvritatis Saecvli, and 

STATVA AEREA InDVLGENTIAE DOMINI NOSTRI, 

and statva aerea Virtvtis Domini nostri ; 
VIII 7096 (ibid.): [statvam aere]am Se- 
cvrita[tis Saecvli], and similarly VIII 
7097, 7098 (ibid.); VIII 19121 (Sigus): 
statvam aeream: II 1266 (Baetica): sta- 
t(vam) aeream; II 1459 (Ostippo): sta- 

TVAS DVAS AEREAS, VNAM NOMIN1S SVI, AL- 
TERAM patris; II 1460 (ibid.): statvas 

DVAS AEREAS, VNAM NOMINIS SVI, ALTERAM 

fili svi. — (22) tabula. X 476 (Pae- 
stmn, 337): tabvlamqve aeream (sc. pa- 
tronatus from below : qvapropter offe- 

RENDA EST TABVLA PATRONATVS ; XI 5749 

(Sentiuum, 261) : tabvlam aeream patro- 

NATVS EIS OFFERRI, and TABVLA AEREA PER- 

scriptvm; V 5815 (Mediolanium) frgmt. : 
[tabvla]m aeream patrocinalem; XI 970 
(Regium Lepidum, 190): tabvlamq_(ve) 
aeream cvm inscriptione ; XI 5748 (Sen- 
tinum, 260) : tabvla(m) aeream ei offerri, 

and TABVLAM AEREAM TITVLIS ORNATAM ; 

VI 222 (Rome, 156): nomina in tab(vla) 
aer(ea) scripta svnt; XI 5750 (Sentinum, 
260): tabvlam aeream continentem te- 
stimonivm, and TABVLAM aeream conti- 
nentem verba decreti nostri ; XIV 2795 
(Gabii, 140): hoc decretvm ... in ta- 
bvla aerea ; XII 4393 (Narbo) : aereae 
tabvlae. — Esp. freq. in tabulae honestae 
missionis from 138 to 298 A. D., (be- 
fore regularly aenevs q. v.): descriptvm 

ET RECOGNITVM EX TABVLA AEREA QVAE 

fixa est Romae etc. Ill p. 879, p. 1984, 



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p. 2828" (Dacia, 138), III p. 2828 70 
(Lacua Tiberias, 189), 111 p. 884 (Pan- 
nonia Inf., 145), III p. 886 (Dacia, L45- 

liil). III ]». 1984 (Dacia, l 16), III p. 1986 
(Brigetio, L49), III p. 2213 (ibid., 150), 
III i». 1987 (Sirmium. 152), III p. 881 
(Dacia, L54), 111 p. 882 (ibid., L57?), 
Ill p. L889 (ibid., 158), III p. ss7 (Pa- 
tavium, 165), III p. 888 (Aquincum, 167), 
III p. 2328 78 (Sardinia, 173), III p. 1!»'.':: 
(Dacia, 178). Ill p. 891 = XI 628 (Pa- 
ventia, 216), 111 p. 2001 (Pannonia Inf., 
216), III i». L997 (Philippopolis, 221), 
III p. 1999 (Nicopolis, 226), III p. 893 
(Neapolis?, 230), III p. 895 (Lugudunum, 
248), III p. 896 (Neapolis?, 247), III 
p. 897 = V 4056 (Mantua, 248), III 
p. 899 = XI 373 (Ariminum, 249), III 
p. 2004 (Industria, 254), III p. 900 
(Gnathia, 298), XIII 1791 (Lugudunum, 
3 d ). — (23) tessera. IX 5565 (Tolenti- 
num): hostias lvstr(ales) et tesser(am) 
aer(eam) ex voto. — (24) valvae. VI 
222 (Rome, 156): valvis aereis; VI 219 
(Rome, 130): aedicvlam marmoream cvm 
valvis aereis ; XIV 2793 (Gabii, 169) : 

BALBIS (SIC) AEREIS. 

AERICVS? See below s. v. AERIVS. 

AERIVS. « Of the air, sky. ». V 6744 
(Vercellae) : lvce svb aeria; Rev. Arch. 
(1902) p. 346 no. 54 (Hadrumetuin, de- 
volio, 3 d '?) : ADIVRO te per evm q_vi te 

RESOLVU TEMPORIBVS, DEVM PELAGICVM AE- 

rivm iao etc. [N. b. Rhein. Mus. (1900) 
p. 247 reads aericvm, followed by Thes. 
Ling. Lal.~\. 

AERNVS. A god worshiped by the 
Astures Augustani in Spain. II 2606: 
deo Aerno ordo Zoelar(vm) EX voto ; 
II 2607 corrected in II 5651 : deo Aerno. 

AEROPETE5. Name of racehorse. XV 
7031 (Rome, glass patera). 

AERV[MNATOR ?] or AERV[MINA- 
TOR]. So Ruggiero, Diz. Epigr. I p. 313, 
followed by Habel in Pauly-Wissowa I 
col. 680, completes the inscr. Bull. Com. 
(1887) p. 164 (Rome): (Me) aerv., as 
member of a collegium Caesaris, explain- 
ing it as b porter » , or more probably as 
the man charged with applying torture 
(aerumaa) to recalcitrant slaves. 

AERVTHRAEVS. See ERYTHRAEVS. 

AES. b Copper b, u bronze ». 



[ Forms, ais, I 61 =XIV 212:; (La- 
iniviiiin. B. 0.), I 181 = IX 5351 (Fir- 
mum Picenum. B.C.); i , X 177 (Pae- 
stum, 847), XI 4180 (Interamna, 338), 
IX 3685 (Marsi Marruvium), VIII 1237 
(Verecunda). — Gen. sing, aervs, I\' 
2440 (Pompeii, graffito). — Abl. sing. 
airid, 161 = XIV 2123 (Laiiuvimn, B. C); 
aeri, XI 4582 (Caraulae); eri, VIII 4237 
(Verecunda); aerae, XI 3808 (Veii), VIII 
14769 (Muu. Cincaritanum). — Gen. 
plur. aerorvm, II 5265 (Emerita), XIII 
1383 (Aquae Neri) ; aerorv, Biambach, 
1212. — Abbrev. aer., V 331 (Paren- 
tium), 932, 939, 948 (Aquileia) ; III 4486 
(Caruuntum); VIII 15669 (Ucubi, 214); 
II 2425 (Hracara Augusta), 2545 (near 
Iria Flavia), 2583 (Lucus Augusti), 2706 
(Astures Transmontani), 2984 (Oalagur- 
ris); XIII 6858 (Moguntiacum), 72.11 
(ager Moguntiacensis) ; VII 184(Lindura). 
— AE., Ill 4577 (Vindobona), 14358' 3a 
(Carnuntum). — a., II 4157 (Tarraco), 
and very freq. in III vir a. a. a. f. f. (See 
trivmvir)^]. 

(I) Copper, as crude ore. II 5181 (Lex 
Metal. Vipasc, 1 st ) 1.51: ae[ris rv]tramina. 

(II) Bronze worked into various forms, 
as utensils, tablets, statues, (exclusive of 
money, below III). 

(a) In general. IX 1655 (Beneven- 

tum): AVRVM, ARGENTVM, AES ; VIII 912 

(Prov. Procons.): aere P(ondo) xx ; II 
1179 (Hispalis, 1 st ): confectores aeris. 

(b) Small objects. IV 1069 a = Carm. 
Lat. 350 q. v. (Pompeii, dipiato): bar- 

BARVS AERE CAVO TVBICEN d[ed]]iT [^HORRIDA 

si]gna; XII 1377 (Vasio) : ex mvl[tis] 
et aere fracto = bronze weights and 
measures broken up by the aediles because 
not up to standard. 

(c) Tablets. IX 10 (Neretum, 341): 

TABVLAM AERIS 1NCISAM PATRONATVS ; II 

1423 (Sabora) : dvoviri ... pvblica pecv- 
nia in aere incidervnt. Esp. in the phrase 
aere incisvs b entered on the records » 
in lists of those entitled to receive fru- 
mentum publicum, etc. X 476 (Paestum, 
337), 477 (ibid., 347), XI 5170 (Vet- 
tona), IX 259 (Genusia, 395), VIII 10570 
(Saltus Buruuitanus, 2" d ), 17896 (Thamu- 
gadi, 361-3), XIII 1041 (Mediolanum 
San ton um, 1 st ). 



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AES 



169 



(d) Statues. VI 1195, 1731 (Rome, 

5 th ): STATVAM EX AERE ARGENTOQVE IN 

rostris; VI 1696 (Rome): statvam aere 
insignem; VI 1724 (Rome, 435): imago 
aere formata; VI 1768, 1769, 1772 
(Rome, 4 th ): statvam ex aere; VI 1675, 
1739, 1740, 1742 (Rome): statvam svb 
aere ; III 167 (Berytus, 344) : statvam 

SVMPTIBVS SVIS EJ^x] AERE LOCATAM J III 

214 (Cyprus, 351-4): [statva]m ex aere 
fvsam ; II 4550 (Barcino) : (statita) cvivs 
basis lapidea aere clvsa ...; VIII 11999 
(Sarra, 3 d ): signvm dei cvm eqvo ex aere. 
(Ill) Money. 

(a) Lit., bronze coin. I 603 = IX 
3513 (Lex Furfoncnsis, 58 B. C): qvod 
emptvm erit aere avt argento ; I 195 
= VI 1300 (Rome, columna rostrata 
Duilia) ; captom (sic) aes tot milia nu- 
morum): VI 42 (Rome, 1 st ): Felix Av- 
g(vsti) lib(ertvs), optio et exactor avri, 
argenti et aeris; VI 43 (ibid.): optio 

ET EXACTOR AVRI, ARGENTI, AERIS \ VI 44 

(ibid.): optio et exactor avri, arc, 
aeris; III 6076 (Ephesus, 163): trivm- 
virvm aere, argento, avro flan^do], fe- 
rivndo, and very freq. abbrev. Ill vir a. 
a. a. f. f. etc. (see s. v. trivmvir.); Epb. 
Epigr. IV no. 833 (Rome?) frgmt.: ea 
pecvnia vectigalia ... [c^onstitvit in 
annos [aeries Gravis (tot), referring to 
tbe early heavy cast coins of tbe libral 
system; II 5181 (Lex Metal. Vipasc, 
1 st ) I 1. 23: condvctor (sc. balinei) a 
viris sing(vlis) aeris semisses, et a mv- 
lieribvs singvlis aeris asses exigito; XI 
4815 (Spoletium) : aeris octonos item 
dedi'i vi viris Avg(vstalibvs) ; IV 2440 
(Pompeii, graffito)'. Geryones trimembres 
aervs (sic) senos comperendinarvnt ; 

VIII 17408 (Hippo Regius): aeris qva- 
d(rans). 

(b) In extended sense, money in ge- 
neral, (because the earliest money of 
Rome, down to 268 B. C, was wholly of 
bronze). IV 1684 (Pompeii, graffito): si 

PVTAS ME AES NON HAB^E^RAE (sic) J IV 

1954 (ibid.) : X k(alendas) Ma<ia)s aes ?? ; 

IX 2749 (Aesernia) : vigvl(a) matvtina 
(sc. hora) et ca<pt)a[bis] sic aes cito, 
if correctly read. — VIII 2676 (Lam- 
baesis) : templvm invicti aere svo a solo 
fecit; VIII 4237 (Verecunda) : eri (sic) 

Tkes. linguae lot. epigr. 



svo fecit; VIII 9797 (Safar?, 2 nd ): aere 
svo posvit; VIII 9888 (Altava) : aere 
svo et [p]atris et matris; III 2747 (An- 
detrium): svo aere restitvit; VIII 5367 
(Calama): aere p(ro)p(rio?). — Esp. 
freq. in formulas of money raised by sub- 
scription. AERE CONLATO (COLLATo). ExX. 

VI 899, 909, 910, 1747 (Rome); XIV 
3663 (Tibur, 184); X 211 (Grumentum). 
1217 (Abella), 1447, 1452 (Herculaneum), 
1818 (Puteoli), 5066 (Atina), 5656 (Fa- 
brateria Vetus, 2 nd ), 6005 (Minturnae), 
6240 (Fundi), 7604 (Carales); IX 974, 
977 (Compsa), 1459 (Ligures Baebiani), 
2860 (Histonium, 106), 3685 (Marsi Mar- 
ruvium); XI 3256 (Sutrium), 4180 (In- 
teramua, 338), 4751 (Vicus Martis Tu- 
dertium), 5634 (Camerinum); V 331, 335 
(Parentium); III 753 (Moesia Inf., 2 nd ). 
1210 (Apulum), 3016 (Senia), 4300 (Bri- 
getio, 249), 6294 (near Ratiaria), 7429 
(Oescus, 161-8); VIII 1261 (Col. Iulia), 
4599 (Diana), 5231 (Hippo Regius), 5363, 
5365, 5368 (Calama), 6710 (Tiddis), 9250 
(Rusguniae), 9402 (Caesarea), 9643 (Op- 
pidum Novum), 9663 (Cartenna), 14291 
(Thibiuca, 2 nd ), 14372 (Prov. Procons.), 
14612 (Simitthus), 14769 (Mun. Cinca- 
ritanum), 15666, 15667, 15669 (Ucubi, 
2 nd ), 19697 (Civ. Celtianensium) ; II 34 
(Salacia), 53 (Pax Iulia), 1380 (Carmo), 
1572 (Ipsca). — ex aere conlato, (col- 
lato). Exx. VI 4421, 11375, 29700 
(Rome); XIV 2408 (Bovillae, 169); 2472 
(Castrimoenium), 3599 (Tibur, 2 nd ); X 
113 (Petelia), 5968 (Signia), 7238 (Li- 
lybaeum), 7286, 7294 (Panormus), 7490 
(Lipara), 7507-8 (Gaulus, 2 nd ); IX 312 
(Rubi, 239), 975 (Compsa), 3838, 3842 
(Antinum), 4064 (Carsioli); XI 387, 418 
(Ariminum), 3210, 3211 (Nepet), 3258 
(Sutrium), 3798, 3807, 3809 (Veii), 4580, 
4582 (Carsulae), 4660 (Tuder), 4744, 
4748, 4750 (Vicus Martis Tudertium), 
5054 (Mevania), 5395 (Asisium), 5677, 
5679 (Attidium), 6054 (Urvinum Ma- 
taurense), 6356, 6360 (Pisaurum) ; V 
1012, 8289 (Aquileia); III 2026, 2087 
(Salonae), 2920 (Iader), 12695 (Dalma- 
tia); II 1348 (Acinipo), 1971 (Malaca), 
2022, 2025 (Singilia Barba), 2044 (An- 
ticaria); XII 3084 (Nemausus). — Si- 
milarly, X 689 (Surrentum) : ex aere 

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A ESC 



M'oi'vi.o in.) coni.ato: VI L0332 
(Rome): ex amicorvm aere collato: XI 
3808 (Veil): ex aerai [sic) qvod in or- 
chestra conlatvm est: VI 9289 (Rome): 
in sva aed(ilitate) dec(vrio) lectvs est 
et el aes a familla conlatvm est i x 
7495 (Melita): [ex ae~Jris conlatione. — 
aes alienvm, ■ debts », ■ indebtedness ». 
VI 8012 (Rome. 1 st ): sine aere alieno; 
VI 104(54 (Rome): sine aer[e]aleno (sic); 
IX ihi!' (Cliternia): vixit annos lxxxvh 
sine aere alieno; III p. 951 (Dacia. 
wax-tablet. 107): de[dvc]to aere alieno; 

II 1957 (Cartima): d(edit) vt aes alie- 
n(vm) rei p(vblicae) Cartimitan(ae) li- 
b(eraret). — Expressions denoting the 
source or destination of moneys, aes ap- 
paritorivm, money for the payment of 
apparitores. [Cf. apparitor]. II 5439 
(Lex Ursonensis, 44 B. C.) II 3. 1. 25 : 

Q_VI ITA NON IVRAVERIT. IS TABVLAS PVBLI- 
CAS NE SCRIBITO. NEVE AES APPARITORIVM 
MERCEDEMQVE OB e(am) r(em) KAP1TO (sic). 

— aes Martivm, monev derived from 
booty taken in war. I 1148 = X 6527 
(Cora, B. C.) : praitores aere Martio 
emerv (sic). — aes mvltaticvm, monev 
derived from fines, I 61 = XIV 2123 
(Lanuvium, B. C): (ille) aidilis . . . airid 
[moltaticod coir]av[itJ ; I 181 = IX 
5351 (Firmum Picenum, B. C.) : (Mi) 

QVAISTORES AIRE MOLTATICOD DEDERONT ; 

XIV 3678 (Tibur) : aediles aere mvlta- 
tico; XII 1227 (Arausio): aere mv(lta- 
tico?). 

(c) In plur., aera = stipendia. the 
annual salaries of soldiers, hence often 
used of ■ campaigns ». I 198 (Lex Re- 
petund., 133-2 B.C.) LXXVII: militiae- 

Q_VE EIS VOCATIO ESTO, AERA STIPENDIAQVE 

o|mnia] eis merita svnto, and similarly 
ib. LXXXIV; II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 
44 B.C.) I 5. 3 : [a]e[r]aqve militaria 
ei omnia merita svnto. — Often on 
tombstones of soldiers: (ille) annqrvm 
(tot), aervm or aerorvm (tot), generallv 
abbrev.. as V 932, 939, 948 (Aquileia) ; 

III 4486, 14358"" (Carnuutum). 4577 
(Vindobona) : II 2425 (Bracara Augusta), 
2545 (near Iria Flavia), 2583 (Lucus 
Augusti), 2706 (Astures Transmontani), 
2984 (Calagurris). 4157 (Tarraco), 5265 
(Emerita); XIII 1383 (Aquae Neri), 6858 



(Moguntiacum) , 7234 (ager Moguntia- 
censia); VII 184 (Lindum). 

AES. PIC. See AESIS. 

AESAE. See AESIS. 

AESCHINIANVS fundus. Name of an 
estate in the territory of Veleia. XI 1147 
(Veleia, 2 nd ) V 39*: fvnd(vm) Aeschi- 

NIANVM... QVl EST IN VeLEIATE, PAG(o) 

Ambitrebio, [Cf. foil.]. 

AESCINIANVS fundus. Name of an 
estate in, or near, Rome. VI 10242 
(Rome, 136): locvm q_vi est in fvndo 
Aesciniano meo. 

AESCLETVM. See AESCVLETVM. 

*AESCO ... (or AESCVM?). Name of 
a town, wholly unknown. As birthplace 
of praetorian soldiers, VI 32623 (Rome) : 

[ ] Mestrivs, Aesco, and [ ]co, 

Aesco. 

AESCVLAPIVS (ASCLEPIVS). The god 
of medicine, son of Apollo and Coronis. 
[Forms: Aiscvlapivs, VI 12 (Rome); 
Aiscolapivs, VI 30842, 30846 (Rome. 
B.C.); Aisclapivs, XI 6708 2 (Clusiura?, 
poculum, B. C); Escvlapivs, VI 1 (Rome), 
XIV 2846 (Praeneste). V 6415 (Medio- 
lanium). III 12558 (Apulum); Aescola- 
pivs, VI 30843, 30845 (Rome, B. C), 
X 7856 (Sardinia, B. C), VIII 8782 
(Mauretania Sitifensis), XII 3042 (Ne- 
mausus) ; Aesclapivs, V 727, 728 (Aqui- 
leia), III 1767 (Narona); Ascvlapivs, VI 
2231, 30844 (Rome); Ascvlapvs (sic), 
III 7720 (Dacia); Aescvlapvs (sic), III 
3338 (Campona, 3 d ); Escvlapevs, III 
12558 (Apulum). — Gk. form Asclepivs 
freq., I p. 272 (Fasti Philocali, 354), 
VI 8, 13 (Rome, 3 d ), 20 (ib., 82), 370, 
656 (Rome), 2799 = 32543 (ib., 227); 
X 1546, 1547, 1571 (Puteoli), 3377 (Mi- 
senum) ; XI 3294 (Aquae Apollinares), 
3710 (Pvrgi); V 6 (Pola), 2034 (Pagus 
Laebactiiim), 6950 (Taurini, 2 nd ); III 
3326 (Intercisa), 3413 (Aquincum), 7655 
(Napoca), 7740 (Paulum), 11538 (Viru- 
num), 11758 (Iuvavum); II 173 (Oli- 
sipo); Rev. Arch. (1902) p. 343 no. 42 
(Lusitania); II 2411 (Bracara Augusta), 
3725, 3726 (Valentia), 3819 (Saguntum); 
XII 23S6 (Augnstum) ; XIII 3636 (Tre- 
veri). — Ace. sing. Escvlapiv, V 6415 
(Mediolanium); Aescvlapem, VIII 17726 
(Aquae Flavianae, 3 d ). — Gen. sing., re- 



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gularly (25 times) Aescvlapi, Asclepi. 
— Aescvlapii, 111 1614 (Dacia). — Ab- 
brev. : Aescvlap., V 731, 8206 (Aqui- 
leia), III 1561 (Ad Mediam), 10971 (Bri- 
getio); Asclep., VI 13 (Rome), III 7655 
(Napoca) ; Aescvl., VI 10 (Rome), X 3651 
(Misenum), V 8207 (Aquileia),' III 979 
(Apulurn), 1417« (Sarmizegetusa); Aescl., 

V 727 (Aquileia); Aescv., XI 6716 ! (un- 
certain source, intaglio); Aesc, X 3486 
(Misenum), XI 109 (Ravenna), III 7896 
(Sarmizegetusa); A., VIII 16752 (Prov. 
Proeons.)]. 

I. The god himself. 

(a) Named simply, without epithet or 
associated divinity. VI 1, 4, 8, 9, 15, 16, 
238, 2230, 2231, 10234, 30842, 30843, 
30844, 30845, 30846 (Rome); XIV 2846 
(Praeneste); X 284 (Tegianum), 330 
(Atina), 7587 (Sardinia); IX 4512 (ager 
Amiterninus, 180); XI 2093 (Clusium), 
6708 2 (ibid., poculum, B. C), 6716 3 (un- 
certain, intaglio); V 727, 8206 (Aqui- 
leia), 2084 (Pagus Laebactium) ; III 1766 
(Narona), 1934 (Salonae), 3326 (Inter- 
cisa), 3834 (Emona), 14377 (Cnossus, 
1 st ); VIII 997 (Prov. Proeons.), 15205 
(Thignica); II 173, 175 (Olisipo), 3725 
(Valentia); XII 2215 (Gratianopolis), 
3042 (Nemausus). — Note nvmen Aescv- 
lapi, III 972 (Apulum), 1614 (Dacia), 
7655 (Napoca), 7739 (Paulum), 8044 
(Dacia); de stipe Aescvlapi, VI 7 (Rome, 
B. C); n(atalis) Asclepi, P p. 272 
(Fasti Philocali, 354) Sept. 11. 

(b) With epithet. A. avgvstvs, VI 
12, 30983 (Rome); X 7552 (Carales); 

V 6 (Pola), 726, 728, 729, 730, 731 
(Aquileia), 2036 (Bellunum) ; III 993 
(Apulum), 1767, 1768 (Narona), 3412 
(Aquincum), 10971 (Brigetio), 11538 (Vi- 
runum), 11758 (Iuvavum), 13775 (Sar- 
mizegetusa); VIII 765 = 12228 (Thi- 
bica, 2 nd ), 15446 (Uci Maius); II 174 
(Olisipo), 2004 (Nescania), 3819 (Sagun- 
tum); XII 2386 (Augustum). — devs A., 
VI 10, 11 (Rome); III 979 (Apulum), 
6820 (Antiochia Pisidiae); VIII 15475 
(Prov. Proeons.); XII 354 (Reii); XIII 
3636 (Treveri). — A. devs, VI 2 (Rome); 
VIII 12006 (Sarra, 212); II 21 (Mero- 

Ibriga), 3726 (Valentia). — A. devs bo- 
nvs, VIII 2590 (Lambaesis). — devs 



magnvs et bonvs A., Ill 1560 (Ad Me- 
diam, 260-8). — dominvs A., VI 18 
(Rome); VIII 1267 (Chisiduo, 175-180). 

— A. dominvs, III 1079 (Apulum). — 
A. sanctvs, VI 5, 6 (Rome) ; VIII 2587 
(Lambaesis, 181). — sanctvs A., VI 14 
(Rome). — devs sanctvs A., VI 13 
(Rome, 3 d ). — sanctvs devs a., VI 
30685 (Rome, 3 d ). — A. Merre (= J Aa- 
xkrjmbg MijQQrj), X 7856 (Sardinia, B. C). 

— A Pergamenvs, III 1417 a (Sarmize- 
getusa). — A salvtaris Avg(vstvs), XI 
3710 (Pyrgi). — A. Zimidrenvs, VI 
2799 = 32543 (Rome, 227). 

(c) Associated with other divinities. 
I p. 312 = I 2 p. 231 [Fasti Praenestini) 
Jan. 1: [Aescv^lapio, Vediovi in Insvla; 
VI 370 (Rome): Iovi et Asclepio, Hy- 
giae; VI 656 (Rome): signa Silvani, 
Iovis, Volcani, Apollinis, Asclepi, Dea- 
nae (sic); VIII 2624 (Lambaesis, 3 d ): 
I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) Dolic(heno), 
Aescvlapio, Ygiae (sic), ceterisq_(ve) diis 
immort(alibvs); III 1079 (Apulum): I(ovi) 
O(PTimo) M(aximo), Ivnoni, Minervae et 
Aescvlapio domino, (ille) libertvs nv- 
minis Aescvlapi; XIII 6621 (Obeinburg) : 
I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo), Apollini, et 
Aescvlapio, Salvti, Fortvnae; XI 3294 
(Aquae Apollinares) : Apollini, Silvano, 
Asclepio, nymphis; II 2004 (Nescania): 
Apollini et Aescvlapio Avg(vstis); III 
14230 1 (Epetium): Merc[vrio], Aescv- 
lapio] ; II 2407 (Tarraconensis) : [A]escv- 
lapio, Lvci, [S]omno, [V]eneri, [C]vpi- 
dini, [C]aelo, (Castor ?)ibvs; III 986 
(Apulum, 180): avribvs Aesc[v]lapi et 
Hygiae, et Apollini, et Dianae ; III 242 
(Ancyra): Soli, Aescvlapio et Hygiae; 
III 993 (Apulum): Caelesti avgvstae et 
Aescvlapio avgvsto et genio Cartha- 
ginis et genio Daciarvm ; VIII 16417 
(Prov. Proeons., 188): deae Caelestis et 
Aescvlapi; VIII 14447 (ibid., 3 d ): Ce- 
reris et Aescvlapi; III 12579 (Sarmize- 
getusa) : For[tvnae], Aes[cvlapio], H[y- 
giae]; VIII 8782 (Mauretania Sitifensis): 
Fortvn(a)e, [Hyg]i(a)e et [Aes]colapi(o); 
Brambach 516 (near Col. Agrippinensis) : 

FORTVNIS SALVTARIBv[s], AESCVLAPIO, Hy- 

g(iae); V 6415 (Mediolanium) : Escvla- 
PIv(m) (Sic), BONAiYl Valetvdinem, Mar- 
tem; III 987 (Apulum): Aescvlapio et 



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Hyoiab ceterisq_(ve) diis deabvsq_(ve) 
iivivs loci salvtarib(vs); and ver\ freq. 
of dedications to Aesculapius and Hygia, 
as VI 17. 18, 19, 10234 (Rome); X 
L546, 1571 (Puteoli); IX 5823 (Auii- 
mun). 159); XI 2092 (Clusium); V 730, 
731, 8207 (Aquileia), 6970 (Taurini, 
2 nd ); 111 786, 951 7720 (Dacia), 973, 
975-982, 984, 985, 12558, 14408 (Apu- 
lum), 127«». 1280 (Ampelum), 1417, 
l U7a, 7896, 7897 (Sarmizegetusa), 1560, 
L561 (Ad Mediam), 1767 (Narona), 3388 
(Campona, 3 d ), 3412, 3413 (Aquincum), 
7740 (Paulum); VIII 2589, 2590 (Lam- 
baesis), 17726 (Aquae Plavianae, 3 d ); II 
2411 (Bracara Augusta); Rev. Arch. 
(1902) p. 343 no. 42 (Lusitania). — Si- 
milarly, with substitution of Salus (Va- 
letudo) for Hygia, VI 20 (Rome, 82): 
Asclepio et Salvti commilitonvm ; VI 
30983 (Rome) : Aescvlapio et Salvti 
avg(vstis), collegivm Salvtar(e); X 1547 
(Puteoli): Asclepio et Salvti sacrvm ; 
VIII 2579 a (Lambaesis, 2 nd ): Aescvla- 
pio et Salvti; V 6415 (Mediolanium) : 
Escvlapiv(m) (sic), Bonam Valetvdinem; 
111 7279 (Athenae): Aescvlapio et Va- 
letvdin[j]. 

II. Aescvlapivs, Asclepivs = the sta- 
tue of the god. VIII 2340 (Thamugadi): 
Aescvlapiv[m] ... ad exornatione[m] ba- 
linei dono dedit ; X 1571 (Puteoli): 
Asclepivm et Hygiam. 

III. As name of war-ships. X 3377 
(Misenum): (ille) mil(es) cl(assis) pr(ae- 
toriae) Mis(enensis) ... in (= triere) 
Asclepio; X 348(i (ibid.): (file) mil(es) 
cl(assis) pr(aetoriae) Rav(ennatis) III 
(= trier e) Aesc(vlapio). Similarly, X 
3651 (Misenum), XI 68, 78, 109 (Ra- 
venna). 

IV. Vicvs Martis et Aescvlap["i~J, name 
of a district or street at Carales in Sar- 
dinia. X 7004 (Carales). 

AESCVLETVM. u Winter-oak Grove ». 
A district (street) in Rome, on the Tiber- 
bank near the modern Ponte Garibaldi 
and Church of S. Carlo a Catinari. VI 
30957 (Rome): [ma]g[i]stri Via Ae- 

SCLETI (Sic). 

AESCVLNEVS. Made of the wood of 
the winter-oak (aesculus). I 577 = X 
1781 (Puteoli, lex parieti faciendo, 10b 



B.C.)." FORES CLATRATAS II CVM POSTIBVS 
AESCVLNIEIS (Sic). 

AESEIANVS. Adj. derived from proper 
name (Aesivs?). V 4489 (Brixia): (ilia) 
oj/ae coll(egio) fabror(vm) agellv(m) 
Aeseianvm svvni mancipavit. 

AESERNIA. A town of Samnium, east 
of the source of the Volturnus, now her- 
nia. IX 2658 (Aesernia) : sevir avg(v- 
stalis) Aeserniae et A[v]fidena[e j ; VI 
2377 = 32518 (Rome, later 'cuius prae- 

torianorum, 130): [ ^olcivs M. f. 

Pom. Felix, Aesern(ia), and [. . . .^Jmativs 
L. f. Pom. Vitalis, Aesern(ia). 

AESERNINVS. Adj. and subst. ■ Of 
Aesernia », «a native of Aesernia », q. 
v. IX 2641 (Aesernia): [ord]o et popv- 
lvs Aese[rninvs]; IX 2675 (ibid.): (Mi) 
scribae Aesernino; IX 2860 (Histonium, 
2 nd ) : (ille) cvrat(or) rei p(vblicae) Ae- 
serninor(vm); Eph. Epigr. VIII 594 (Ca- 
sinum) : (ille) [t]abellarivs Aeser[nino- 
rvm]. 

AESIANVS. Perhaps, * of Aesis », q. v. 
V 3944 (Arusnates) : C. Sevivs C. f. Va- 
lerianvs, Aesian(vs). 

AESIM (AD). A statio at the mouth 
of the river Aesis (Esino) in Umbria, 
between Ancona and Sena Gallica. On four 
silver cups from Aquae Apollinares ( Vi- 
carello), XI 3281, 3283: Hesim (sic), 
3282, 3284: Haesim (sic). 

AESIS. A town in Umbria, (Picenum 
according to VI 32519 below), on the 
stream of the same name (now Esino) 
at some distance from the coast, now Iesi. 
IX 5831 (Auximum, 2 nd ): (Mi) p(atrono) 
c(oloniae) Aesis; IX 5832 (ibid.): (Mi) 
patrono ... col(oniae) Aesis; XI 5643 
(Matilica): N. Ortori[vs] N. f. Pol. 
Ferox, Aesae (sic) ; VI 2380 = 32522 d 
(Rome, later cuius praetorianorum, 2 nd ): 

[ ]irivs l. f. Pol. Ivstvs, Aese ; VI 

2381 (ibid.)* 2. 14: C. Svrinas C. f. 
Pol. Felix, Aes(e); VI 2413 = 32527 
(ibid.): [....]s, Aese; VI 32519 (ibid.) : 
L. Nvmisivs L. f. Pol. Sabinvs, Aes(e) 
Pic(enorvm) ; V 3462 (Verona) : M. Fla- 
vivs L. f. Festvs, Aes(e); III 9742 (Del- 
minium) : [. . . . P]ol.. Aese. 

AESONENSIS. Adj. and subst. ■ Of 
Aeso », « inhabitant of Aeso », a town 
of Hispania Tarraconensis, now Isona. II 



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4462 (Aeso): (Mi) Aesonenses; ib. 4465 
(ibid.): (Mi) recepto in clientelam ci- 
vivm Aesonens(ivm); ib. 4473 (ibid.): 
(illi) Aesonensi; VI 27198 (Rome): (Mi) 
ex H(is)p(ania) Citeriore, Aesonensi. 

AESTAS. ■ Summer ». XIV 2030 
(Ostia, mosaic) : ver, aestas, avtv[mnvs], 
hiems; VIII 12588 (Carthago, mosaic): 

AVTVMNVS, [a]eSTAS, IEMNS (sic), VERNVS ', 

VIII 8512 (Sitifis, four altars, each with 
name of a season): aestas; I 2 p. 267 
(Fasti Polemii Silvii, 448-9) June 27: 
initivm aestatis; I 199 = V 7749 (Sen- 
tentia Minuciorum, 117 B.C.) 1. 42: 

DVM NE AMPLIOREM MODVM PRATORVM HA- 
BEANT QVAM PROXIMA AESTATE HABVERVNT 

frvctiqve svnt: III 247 (Ancyra, 362): 
vna aestate ; III 8653 (Salonae) frgmt. : 
[soliJbvs aestas .. . 

AESTIMATIO, AESTVMATIO. « Va- 
luation » . 

(a) In gen., « valuation », « appraise- 
ment», of property. VI 10230 (Rome, 
laud. Murdiae, 1 st ): aestvmatione facta, 
certas res testamento praelegavit ; II 
6278 (S. C. Italicense, 176-7) 1. 63: 

AESTIMATIO EIVS POST HAC (sic) HS. (tot) 

non excedat; Wiener Jahresh. (1905), 
Beiblatt p. 72 (Ephesus, 4 th ) : habita ae- 
stimatione. 

(b) In law, litis aestimatio, valuation 
bv the Court of the matter in litigation. 
l"l98 (Lex Repetundarum, 123-2 B. C.) 

1. IV: IOVDICIVM, IOVDICATIO, LEITISQVE 
aestvmatio ; ib. VI: IOVDICIVM, IOVDICA- 
tio, litisqve aestvmatio; ib. XLI: iv- 

DICIVM, LITISQVE AESTVMATIO. 

(c) k Pair adjudication » of prizes in 
awards. X 1795 (Puteoli): hic primvs et 
solvs victores Campaniae pretis (sic) ET 
aestim(atione) paria gladiat(orvm) edidit. 

AESTIMO, AESTVMO, -ARE. « To 
value, appraise, estimate » ; «to regard, 
consider » . 

(a) In gen., of property-values. IX 
1455 (Ligures Baebiani, 101): fvndvs . . . 
aest(imatvs) hs. (tot) passim; XI 1147 
(Veleia, 2 nd ) 39 1. 42: (saltics) qvi ex 

REDITV AESTIMATVS EST HS. C. ; VI 10570 

(Saltus Burunitanus, 180-183): (dam- 
num) POTEST AESTIMARI. 

(b) In law, litem aestimare, « to assess 
a valuation or penalty » . I 198 (Lex Re- 



petundarum, 123-2 B. C.) 1. VII: qvanti 
eivs rei slis ae[stvmata erit]; ib. LVI: 
[de litibvs] aestvmandis; ib. LVIII : de 
leitibvs aestvmandeis ; ib. LX: leitem 
(and litem) aestvmatam esse; ib. LXI, 
LXIII: lis aestvmata erit ; ib. LXVIII : 

PRAETOR LITIS AESTVMAVERIT. 

(c) In extended sense, « to consider » , 
« regard ». X 7457 (Cephaloedium, 17.")): 

CVM AD TE DICTAREM, INFELICISSIMVM TE 

aestimavi ; X 478 (Paestum, 344) : non 

ALIVNDE AESTIMAMVS STATVM CIBITATIS (sic) 
ALTIOREM CVLTIOREMQVE REDDI ; III p. 825 

(Edict. Dioclet.) introd. I 1. 18: ne vt 

INTEMPESTIVO AVT SVPERFLVO ME^DELLAE 
NOSTRAE INTERVEN^TVS VEL [aPv]d IMPRO- 
BOS LEVIOR AVT VILIOR ESTIMARETVR (Sic) ', 

Le Blant 402 (Vienna, f) : nec tamen ob 

SVMMI CVLMEN TVMEFACTVS HONORIS ERI- 
GITVR SEQVE IPSE ALMS PLVS AESTIMAT 

immo (sic), 

AESTINIANVS fundus, an estate near 
Veleia. XI 1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ): fvnd(vm) 
Aestinianvm Antistianvm Cabardiacvm. 

AESTIVALIS, (a) Adj. « summer — ». 
X 5348 (Interamna Lirenas): opera ther- 

MARVM ESTIVALIVM (sic) VETVSTATE COR- 
RVPTA. 

(b) Neut. plur. subst. « Summer coat 
(hide) ■. Eph. Epigr. VIII p. 725 no. 721 
(ager Caralitanus, 582) : animal(ibvs) por- 
tant(ibvs) extibal(ia) (sic). 

AESTIVVS. (a) Adj. ■ Summer — ». 
[Cf. AESTIVALIS]. XI 6565 (Sassina) : 
VER TIBI contribvat sva mvnera florea 

GRATA, ET TIBI GRATA COMIS NVTET AESTIVA 

volvptas; X 5349 (Interamna Lirenas, 

408) : TERMAS EXTIVAS (sic) IN SORDEN- 
TIBVS AC RVINA CONLABSAS (sic). 

(b) Neut. plur. subst. « Summer cam- 
paign? ». VIII 1127 = 14280 (Carthago) 
frgmt. : vna aestiva. 

AESTVMATIO. See AESTIMATIO. 

AESTVMO, -ARE. See AESTIMO. 

AESTVO, -ARE. In transferred sense, 
« to be disturbed, agitated, excited ». 
VIII 9473 (Caesarea): terra, precor, 

FECVNDA LEVIS SVPER OSSA RESIDAS, AESTVET 
INFANTIS NE GRAVITATE CINISJ Cami. Lat. 

943 (Rome, graffito)', [vis] nvlla est 

ANIMI, NON SOMNVS CLAVDIT OCELLOS, NO- 
CTES [aTQVe] DIES AESTVAT OMNIS AMOK J 

Edict. Dioclet., hit rod. 13: nos qvi ... 



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AETA 



\KSTVANTES DE PRAETERITO RAP1NAS GEN- 
IIVM BARBARARVM ... COMPRESSIMVS ; lb. 
1 !*: GLISCENTIS AVARITIAE AC RAPIDIS AE- 
STVANTrS ARDORIBVS. 

AESTVRERES. See ASTVRES. 
aestvs. « Summer heat ». I ! p. 271 
(Fasti Polemii Silvii, 448-9) Aug. 5: 

NKHVLOSVS AESTVS. 

AETAS. «Age», «life». Esp. freq. 
in sepulcral verse. [Cf. AEVVM]. [Forms. 
etas, VI 8401 (Rome, 577-8), 8999, 151(30 
(Rome). Rossi 315 (Rome, f, 381); IV 
1684 (Pompeii, graffito); V 1725, 1727 
(Aquileia); Hiibn. Hisp. 400 (Baetica, 
014), 455 (ibid., 925); XII 482 (Mas- 
silia, f, th ), 5862 (Valentia, f) ; XIII 
7003 (Mogontiaeum). — Gen. sing, etati, 
XIII 7003 (Mogontiaeum); dat. sing. 
aetatei, XI 3078 (Falerii, B.C.); ace. 
sing, aetatim, VIII 13134 (Carthago). — 
In plur., VIII 20905 (Tipasa, f), Carm. 
Lat. 1406 = Kraus II p. 344 no. 308 
(Gondorf, -j-). — Abbrev., aetat., IX 1156 
(Aeclanum), V 5275 (Comum); aeta., XIII 
7062 (Mogontiaeum); aet., VI 13303 
(Rome, 2 nd ), X 3906 (Capua)]. 

I. In gen., « life » , * the span of life » , 
a lifetime », « age ». VI 1527 (Rome, 
laudalio Turiae, 9-2 B. G.)d 1. 51: vti- 

NAM PATIENTE VTRIVSQv[e ACETATE PRO" 

cedere conivgivm [potvisset!]; VI 2135 
(Rome, Vestal, 3 d ) : vt saecvlari aetate 
ministerio adsit; XIII 2036 (Lugudu- 
nuni): hvivs de aetaQte] mors iniq_ve 
ivdicavit; III 2197 (Salonae) : mense- 
sq_(ve) q_vinq_(ve) et annvm cvm aegro- 
taverit, abreptanv aetate in inferi dltis 
specvs; XIII 2635 (Lugudunensis): qvam 

SI AETATE LONGISSIMA PARITER SENVISSENT ; 

111 9631 (Salonae) : aetatis victrix, dvl- 
cis obit (sic) nimivm; VI 1760 = XIV 
173 (bet. Rome and Ostia, 4 th ): qvan- 

TVM VIRTVTVJW SPEI PROMITTAT PROCEDENTIS 

aetatis; VI 1759 (Rome, 389): accessvs 
aetatis ; VI 1779 (Rome, 5 th ): aetatis 
vsv; XII 5350 (Narbo): aetas sola mi- 
nor, NAM CETERA MAXIMA FeSTAE : ADFE- 
CTVS, PIETAS, FORMA, PVDICITIA ; III 686 

(Philippi): non aetate minor; Bramb. 
323 = Kraus. 296 = Dessau 7756 (near 
Col. Agrippinensis, f): ars varia, par 
aetas erat; XIV 3535 (Tibur): par aetas 
formaqve; XI 1122 (Parma): nos ae- 



tate pares; III 2721 (Delminium) : (Me) 
aetate infelix; V 6128 (Mediolanium) : 

CVM FRVI DEBVERAM AETATE, FLORIDA LVCE ; 

VI 15160 (Rome): films svis infelicis- 

SIMIS, QVI ETATE (SIC) SVA NON SVNT FRV- 

niti ; VI 26121 (Rome): qvem non li- 

CV1T PLVS AETATEM SVAM (sic) FRVI ; XIII 

1910 (Lugudunum): brevi cvrsv aetatis; 
XIII 2180 (ibid.): cvivs . .. aetas dvl- 
civs (sic) melle fvit; XIII 7234 (near 
Mogontiaeum): cvm me(a> ivcvnde aetas 
florebat ab annis: XIII 2036 (Lugudu- 
num) : cvivs aetas talis fvit vt virgo 
defvnctvs sit (a boy of 19); VI 19008 
(Rome): (marito et) conivgi perpetvae, 

QVOS AETAS IVNXERAT OLIM ; V 7917 (Co- 

menelum) : dies felix, si longior aetas 
mansisset; XI 3078 (Falerii, B. C): gon- 

LEGIVM (Sic) QVOD EST ACIPTVM (sic) AE- 
TATEI age(n)d(ae); XI 6335 (Pisaurum, 

256): FILIORVM . . . DE Q_VORVM GENERE 
CVM AETATE EORVM CRESCIT FELICITAS ; XI 

1791 (Volaterrae): aetate et genere in 
primis et honoribvs avctvs ; Carm. Lat. 
1403 = Rossi II 93. 65 (Rome, f): bre- 
vis est qvae clavditvr aetas; Carm. Lat. 
1410 = Rossi II 99.8 and 158.3 (ibid.) : 

LONGA LICET TE, CARE PATER, SVBTRAXERIT 

aetas; X 3725 (Volturnum): aetatis lav- 
dabilis constantia; VI 27852 (Rome): 

DIVERSIS AETATIS vicibvs ; VI 28695 

(Rome): memorabilis aetas; XII 5276 
(Narbo): nec sibi nec matri natos aetas 
sva plorat; V 6266 (Mediolanium, f ) : 

Q_VOD MIRVM VIDVATA TIBI SAT CQNSTITIT 
AETAS, CONIVGIBVS AD NATVM CVM BENE 

dvctvs amor; VI 11252 (Rome): vxori 

SVPRA AETATEM CASTISSIMAE ET PVDICISSIMAE 

et frvgalissimae; VI 20674 (Rome): 

SVPRA LEGITIMAM SEXVS SVI AETATEM J XII 

23 (Vintium) : filio svpra modvm aetatis 
pientissimo; XII 1941 (Vienna): svper 

AETATEM INGENIO NOBILISSIMO, and FILIO 
KARISSIMO (SIC) VNICO PRAE • Cl(aRO) (sic) 
p(ro) s(va) AETATEM (sic ?) SIBI EREPTO, 

(for other possible interpr., see /. c). — 
Note the freq. formula properavit aetas : 
« the span of life sped on », VI 4379 
(Rome, 1 st ), 6932, 8023, 11592, 17196. 
25703, 27728 (Rome), III 2722 (Del- 
minium); aetas properavit, V 5279 (Co- 
mum). — Of life = « manner of living » , 
«character», IV 720, 821 (Pompeii, 



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dipiiiti): ivvenem innocvae aetatis. — In 
sense of « young life » , « tender years » , 

IV 1684 (Pompeii, graffito): rogo te vt 
mihi svc(c)vr(r)as etati (sic) meae; Pais 
1305 (Segusio) : noli dolere, mater, ae- 
tati meae; Rossi 315 (Rome, f, 381): 

OJ/IS NON DOLVIT ETATI (sic) TVAE ? ; VIII 

13134 (Carthago): tv qvicvmq_(ve) . . . 
fles aetatim (sic) (meam) ; and so some- 
times almost in concrete sense of « young 
person » . [Cf. AETATVLA, and below II 

A, B S. V. TENERA, MEDIA AETAS]. Ill 

2609 = 2964 = 9418 (Salonae) : gra- 

TAQVE FLOREBAT CVNCTIS MORTALIBVS AE- 
TAS, Q_VAM FORS AD SVPEROS NOLVIT ESSE 

div; Carm. Lat. 1406 = Kraus II p. 344 
no. 308 (Gondorf, f): aetates teneras 
qvod paradisvs (h)abet. — Add frgmt., 
X 5429 (Aquincum) : aetatis nostrae; 
XII 1957 (Vienna): aetatem. 

II. Of the periods of life: childhood, 
middle life, old age. 

(A) Of childhood. VI 17984 (Rome): 
ab initio aetatis svae ; VI 19301 (Rome) : 

AB ENITIO (SIC) AETATIS SVAE J VI 1730, 

1731 (Rome. 4 th -5 th ), Carm. Lat. 760 
(Rome, f), IX 3685 (Marsi Marruvium), 

V 6698 (Vercellae), XIII 2027 (Lugu- 
dunum) : ab inevnte aetate; XII 482 
(Massilia, f, 6 th ): ab henevnte (sic) e- 
tate; VI 1759 (Rome, 389): a primo 
aetatis introitv; VI 1742 (Rome, 4 th ): 

INTRA AETATIS PRIMORDIA J Bllll. Al'Ch. Cl". 

(1874) p. 27 (Rome, f ) : infans per ae- 
tatem; Rossi 304 (Rome, f, 381): in- 
fantiae aetas; III 1898 (Dalmatia) : 
filivs ad(h)vc intrepidantis aetatis; V 
1725 (Aquileia): me parvvle etatis (sic); 

VI 23818 (Rome): aetate hic parva ia- 
ceo, lacrimabile semper; VIII 9107 (Au- 
zia) : (illorum) parbvlae (sic) aetatis de- 
fvnctorvm; VI 26623 (Rome): Sophron 
hic sitvs est aetatis parvae. Cf. with 
extension to an older age, I 34 = VI 
1289 (Rome, Scipio epitaph, 2 nd B.C.): 
magna(m) sapientia(m) mvltasqve vir- 
tvtes aetate qvom parva posidet hoc 
saxsvm (sic); III 3141 (Apsorus): te, 

LAPIS, OPTESTOR (Sic), LEVITER SVPER OSS[V] 
QV1ESCAS, ET TEn[e]rAE AETATI NE Gr[a]- 

vis esse velis; Carm. Lat. 1152 (Ful- 
giniae) : ne tenerae aetati gravis esse 
videaris; Carm. Lat. 1542 = Notiz. (1885) 



p. 496 (Luna): ni (sic) tenerae aetati 
tv _ve[lis] esse gravis; Pais 1305 (Se- 
gusio) : ne tenerae aetati tv gravis esse 
velis; VIII 13328 (Carthago): (Mi) 

EREPTO TENERA AETATE ; VI 7578 (Rome, 
120): Q.VOD TENERAE AETATI SPES FALLAX 

apstvlit (sic) annos; VI 33976 (Rome, 

1 st ): OB TENERAM AETATEM J VIII 11433 

(Sufes) : pver . . . crvda aetate raptvs ; 

X 663 (Salernum, f): (illi) crvdae ae- 
tati (sic) extinctae; XII 18 (Vintium): 

(illi) IMMATVRA AETATE DECEPTO J VIII 

21280 (Caesarea, frgmt.): inmatvra ae- 
ta[te] ; XI 655 (Paventia) : (illi) imma- 

TVRAE AETATIS PVELLAE J X 2056 (Pllteoli): 
(illi) infirm(ae) AETATIS ADVLESCENTI. 

(B) Of middle life : the age of puberty, 
the « prime of life » (prima aetas, flos 
aetatis, etc.). X 5056 (Atina): liberis 

EORVM...DVM IN AETATEM PERVENIRENT ; 

XI 137 (Ravenna): pvbis aetate; VIII 
9519 (Caesarea): lamentator aetatis 
advltae; VIII 5370 (Calama): Seiivs (sic) 

FVNDANVS NVTRIVIT NATOS DVO IN PRIMA 
AETATE EX GERMANA CONIVGA (sic) ,* VI 

6314 (Rome) : (ille) qvem prima feren- 

TEM AETATIS PLVTON INVIDVS ERIPVIT ; III 

3397 (Campona): hvic aetas prima cvm 
florebat in ANNis ; V 532 (Tergeste, 2 nd ) : 
a pri[m]a sva statim aetate; V 1662 
(Aquileia): prima aetate; V 1727 (ibid., 
frgmt.) : prima etate (sic) ; XIV 963 
(Ostia) : cvm qva a prima aetate vixit 
annis (tol); XII 3559 (Nemausus): qvem 
prima aetate florentem mors dira svb- 
ripvit; XII 18 (Vintium): (illi) prima 
aetate [erepto] ; VI 15837 (Rome) : 
(illi) [p]rima aetate sepvltae; VI 18449 
(Rome) : Q_(vi) mecvm vixit a prima ae- 
tate sva in diem mortis; VIII 8870 
(Tnpusuctu) : hisce locis Flori reqvies- 

CVNT OSSA SEPVLTA AETATIS PRIMAE MISE- 

rando fvnere rapt(i) ; VIII 9249 (Rus- 
guniae) : prima aetate ivventvtis; XI 
5335 (Hispellum): hic castae in tvmvlo 

IACET AETAS PRIMA PVELLAE J VIII 12792 

(Carthago): prima aetate tva rapta es, 
karissima (sic) conivnx; VI 6976 (Rome) : 

AETAS PRIMA FVIT, MORES SINE FINE PRO- 
BAND!; VI 8999 (Rome): a prima etate 
(sic) vsqve at (sic) fine(m); VI 24520 
(Rome): aetate in prima; VI 1735 
(Rome, 4 th ): a primo aetatis flore; VI 



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AETA 



17'il (Rome, 6 th ): primo aetatis svae 
flore ; V 5275 (Commn) : (tile) inprimo 
(sic) aetat(is) flore praerept(vs) ; III 
10591 (near Solva) : in flore aetatis; 
VI 1G79 (Rome, 4 lh ): in ipso flore iv- 
venilis aetatis; XIII 2050 (Lugudunum): 
conivgibvs insig. (sic, corrupt, perliaps 
for in flore) aetatis consvm(p)ti[s] ; 
III 2197 (Salouae): florente aetate; 
V 470 (Piqueutuin) : te, lapis, optestor 
(sic), leviter svper ossa residas, flo- 
renti aetati ne gravis esse velis; XIV 
1467 (Ostia): qvi florente non dignvs 
aetate sva obit (sic) ; VI 17804 (Rome): 

IN IPSA FLORENTE AETATE EIVS | XII 825 

(Arelate) : flos aetatis hic iacet intvs 
condita saxo; VI 19838 (Rome): seic (sic) 

FLOREM AETATIS TENVIT VeRATIA CASTE ; VI 

10082 (Rome): aetate abacta virgini, 
SpevdvsaLethen incolis (of a racing mare); 
III 3589, 3684, 10532 (Aquincum): (il- 

l/.US) ADVLESCENTIS ... AETATE INTEGRA; V 

1721 (Aquileia) : debita non optata dies 

IVVENILI ADVENIT AETATI ; I 1202 =X 

4362 (Capua, B.C.): sed cvm te decvit 

FLORERE AETATE Iv(v)ENTA J II 3479 (Cai'- 

thago Nova) : [moll'Jem [r^obvsteis non- 

DVM FORMATA IV(v)eNt[vS Ae]taTEM LVSI 

vi[r]ibvs indverat; I 1009 = VI 10096 
(Rome, B.C.): heic (sic) viridis aetas 
cvm floreret artibvs ; V 1493 (Aqui- 
leia), XII 861 (Arelate): et mediae ae- 
tati NE GRAVIS ESSE VELIS. 

(C) Of old age. VI 8401 (Rome, 577-8): 

VICISTI PRISCOS LONGEVA ETATE (sic) PA- 
RENTES ; Carm. Lat. 760 (Rome, f) : 
Victor ego qvondam in matvra aetate 
defeci ; XIII 2036 (Lugudunum) : in qvo 
spem aetatis svae (i. e. senectutis) con- 
locaverat. — Note AETAS = finis ae- 
tatis, mors, XII 3798 (Nemausus): qvi 
vixsit (sic) in diem aetatis [V]vae an- 
nos v; X 5495 (Aquinum) : insperans 
incidit aetas. 

(D) In gen., of all periods of life. 
VIII 646 (Mactar. 3 d ): innvmeris vitae 

LAVDIBVS OMNEM AETATEM REDDIDIT. Note 

in Cr. hierarchy, aeiates = « positions 
suitable to each period of life », VIII 
20905 (Tipasa, \)\ Alexander episcopv[s 

L^EGIBVS IPSiS ET ALTARIBVS NATVS. AETA- 
TIBVS HONORIBVSQVE IN AECLESIA (sic) Ca- 
THOLICA FVNCTVS. 



Ill i Age », in numerical calculation 
of years. VI 1767 (Rome, 438): anno 
aetatis nono decimo ; VI 1749 (Rome, 
421): nono decim(o) aetatis anno, and 

INTRA VICESIMVM QVINTVM ... AETATIS AN- 

nvm ; III 2165 (Salonae): an(no) xxviii 
aetatis svae; V 1678 (Aquileia, f) : ae- 
tatis svae annos (lot); Hubn. Hisp. 400 
(Baetica, 614): etatis sve (sic) lxiii an- 
no; XIII 1986 (Lugudunum): prope im- 
pletvm vicensimvm et octav(v)m aetatis 
annvm; XII 5862 (Valentia, ~): xxxvm 
etatis sve (sic) anno; XII 2193 (Vienna, 
f, 527): lxvii aetatis anv (sic); XIII 
2288 (Lugudunum): (illius) anno[r(vm)] 

XX AETATIS DEFVNCTI | VI 23033 (Rome) \ 
AB ANNO AETATIS SVAE XII, OCVLIS PATEN- 

tibvs, vidit nihil; XIII 7003 (Mogon- 
tiacum) : anno(rvm) xii etati(s) (sic); 

XII 2160 (Vienna, f, frgmt.): [qvin]- 
qvaginta et vno annis aetas £...."]; 

XIII 7062 (Mogontiacum): qvi vixit 
annvm (sic) aeta(tis) VIII; XIII 5154 
(Amsoldingen) : qvi vixit annos aeta- 
tis xxxiii; VI 2346 (Rome); qvae 
an(nos) vixit aetatis xxvii ; VI 10684 
(Rome): qvae vixit a-n(nis) (sic) xxm, 
mesi ■ bvs (sic) vi aetatis; VI 12853 
= 34060 (Rome): bis qvinos denos 
qvae vixit annos aetatis; X 5897 (Fe- 
rentinum) : oj(a)e vicxit (sic) vita aeta- 
tis svae annis xviii ; VIII 12418 (near 
Carthago) : lxx annvm aetatis egressvs ; 
II 3471 (Carthago Nova): mortva est 
aetate xv ann(orvm) ; VI 1650 (Rome): 
(Me) [age]ns annvm aetatis [_. . .~\ xv ; 
VI 1883 (Rome): (Me) agens annvm ae- 
tatis xlv ; VI 23629 (Rome) : (Me) an- 
nos aetatis agens sex et dece(m) ; XIV 
2947 (Praeneste) : (Mum) agentem ae- 
tatis annvm xiiii ; X 3906 (Capua) : [a]n- 
n(vm) agens aet(atis) lv; X 3924 (ibid., 

2 nd ): CVM AGERET AETATIS An(nVm) v; IX 

1156 (Aeclanum): hic cvm ageret aeta- 
t(is) ann(vm) xx ; Hubn. Hisp. 455 (Bae- 
tica, 925): SEXDENVM ET SEPTEM ETATIS 

vite (sic) peragens; VI 19331 (Rome): 

DVCENS AETATIS TENERA QVATTVOR ANNOS \ 

VI 23282 (Rome): qvae tvlit aetatis 
svae annos lxvii ; VI 13303 (Rome, 2 nd ): 
tv(lit) aet(atis) an(nos) xxxvi ; II 59 
(Pax Iulia) : [si cvm] termine legeri[s 
peremptamJ me aetatis vicesim[o], do- 



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lebis; III 1228 (Apulum): qvinqve hic (634), 9928 (417), 9930 (546), 9932 

annorvm aetatis conditvr infans; III (544), 9939 (547), 9941, 9944 (520?), 

3337 (Intercisa): ter [q.]vindec[im] an- 9950 (589), 9951 = 21778, 9953 (630)! 

nos non plvs adoleverat aetas ; X 4041 21791 (589), 21795. — Ace. sino-. masc! 

(Capua) : nondvm septenis bis te perdv- fern, aeternale, VI 27895 (Rome), VIII 

xerat aetas; V 1710 (Aquileia): avrea 9869 (Altava, 526), 9870 (ibid., 583?), 

bis denos aetas cvm stringeret annos; and at Pornaria, VIII 9921 (549), 9928 

XIII 2219 (Lugudunum): bis jwihi SEPTE- (417), 9944 (520?), 9951 = 21778, 

nos aetas ostenderat annos; IX 1817 9953 (630), 21791 (589). — Note eter- 

(Beneventum): bis mihi iam senos aetas nal., VI 10703 (Rome) ; aeter-nali, VI 

iwvPLEVERAT annos; VI 12652 (Rome, 1 st ): 11951 (Rome). — Abbrev., aeternal. 

nondvm bis denos aetas mea viderat (eternal.), VI 10703, 29273 a (Rome), 

annos; VI 25703 (Rome): ter senos ae- VIII 9932 (Pomaria, 544), 9950 (ibid., 

tas mea cvm processit in annos. 589), 9960, 21782 (Pomaria); eternlm., 

IV. In extended sense, « age », « era », VIII 21795 (ibid.) ; eterl. (in monogram), 

«epoch», «generation", — « the flight VIII 9926 (ibid., 545). — For "other 

of time". VI 1163 (Rome, 357): et abbrev. : aeterna., aetern., aeter., aet., 

qvod nvlla tvlit tellvs nec viderat ae., a., which may belong to aeternalis 

aetas; III 352 = 7000 (Orcistus, 4 th ) or aeteraus, see s. v. AETERNVS]. 

I 17: spatiis prioris aetatis; VI 1492 I. Of death and the tomb, (a) Somnvs 

(Rome, 101): vt omnis aetas cvrae eivs a., VI 16472 (Rome): d(is) m(anibvs) et 

(i.e. imperatoris Traiani) merito gra- somno aeternali; VI 18850 (Rome, 1 st ): 

TIAS AGERE DEBEAT J XIV 1731 (Ostia) : D. M. [eT So]mNO AETERNALI, {Me); VI 

vt omnis aetas optet AEi (sic) terram 11951, 12989, 17790 (Rome) : D. M., 

levem; II 1399 (Marchena) : omnis vt somno aeternali, (Mi); VI 10693 (Rome): 

aetas sangvine me ivnctam crederet esse somno aeternali et d. m [illi fecerunt) ; 

sibi: I p. 288 XXIX = I 2 p. 193 = XI VI 13073 (Rome): somno aeternali, d. 

1828 (Arretium, elogium Q. Fabi Ma- m. s(acrvm); VI 17430 (Rome): d. m., 

ximi): dvx aetatis svae cavtissimvs; R. somno, sepvlchro aeternali sacrvm; VI 

G. divi Aug. cap. 16 1. 27: id primvs 18378 (Rome, 165): d. m. et somno ae- 

... ad memor[i]am aetatis meae feci ; ternali, secvritati memoriaeq_(ve) per- 

VIII 20903 (Tipasa, f ) : Crhistiana (sic) petvae (illius) ; VI 11082, 12450 (Rome) : 

aetas. — VI 2158 (Rome): mansiones somno aeternali sacrvm; VI 9077, 9280 

Saliorvm Palatinorvm ... longa NiMis (Rome), 10707a (Rome, 2 nd ), 13241, 

aetate neglectas. 20446, 21934, 24517 (Rome), 28875 

AETATVLA. ■ Young life » , also used (Rome, 2 nd ), 29273 a, 29338 (Rome), VIII 

almost concretely = « young person ». 1900 (Theveste), 18010 (Calceus Her- 

V 6808 (Eporedia) : hospes, resiste et culis) : somno aeternali; VI 36707« 

tvmvlvm hvnc excelsvm aspicTV], qvo (Rome) : [a]eternali somno. [Cf. AE- 

continentvr ossa parvae aetatvlae. Se- TERNVS]. — (b) LVCTVS a., XII 810 

pvlta heic svm verna qvoivs aetatvla (Arelate) : inlvctv (sic) aeternali. — 

GRAVITATEM OFFICIO ET LANIFICIO PRAE- (c) DOMVS A. = « the tOlllb ". In Italy 

stitei. and (esp.) in Africa. VI 3651, 10703, 

AETERNALE. Quasi-subst. = «tomb " . 17469 (= XI 3969), 18677« (Rome); 

See AETERNALIS. XIV 229, 1970? (Ostia); X 2066 (Pu- 

AETERNALIS. « Eternal », « everlast- teoli); XI 4342 (Interamna, f); V 6274 

ing". [Cf. AETERNVS]. (Mediolanium, f) ; VIII 8430 (Honea. 

[Forms, haeternalis, VI 17469 (Rome) 266), 9869 (Altava, 526), 9870 (ibid., 

= XI 3969 (Capena); eternalis, VI 583?), 9915, 9941, 9951 = 21778, 9960, 

3651, 10703, 10707«, 12450, 12989, 21782, 21787, 21790, 21795 (Pomaria), 

17790 (Rome), VIII 9869 (Altava. 526), and in dated inscrr. of Pomaria, VIII 

9870 (ibid., 583); and especially at Po- 9921 (549), 9923 (634). 9926 (-" 

maria: 9910, 9915, 9921 (549), 9923 9928 (417), 9932 (544), 9939 (547), 

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9944 (520?), 9950 = 21791 (589), 9953 
(630). — Note (by mistake??), VI 11 
9980 (ibid., 546): fili fecit (sic) domvm 

LT ETIKNALE (s/f), ail(l cT. AETERNALE ( with 

domus omitted) as subst, VI 11 9910 
(Pomaria) : cvi pater feciit (sic) eter- 
nale; XI 4872 (Spoletium) : posvit ae- 

TERNAI.E. [Cf. AETERNVS]. — (d) TITVLVS 

a., VI 2789") (Rome): (Me) titvlvm ae- 
ternale(m) posvit. — (c) In Cr. inscrr., 
of the heavenly life and Salvation in 
Christ. Bull. Arch. Cr. (1892) p. 150 
(Rome, f) : [pace]m aeternalem; Le Blant 
196 (= Fortnnat. Carm. X 10. 5): 

QVANDO AETERNALEM CONCEPIT VIRGO Sa- 

lvtem (i. e. Christum). 

II. As title of cohort. VI 2830 = 
32555 (Rome, laterculus praetorianorum, 
3 d ): (Me) [miles co]h(ortis) . . . [p]rae- 
t[oriae Ph]ilippia[nae] aeternali[s]. 
[Add frgmt., VI 30403 (Rome): aeter- 

NALl]. 

AETERN1TAS. ■ Eternity », « perpe- 
tuity » , « lasting memory ■ . 

[Forms, eternitas, V 2694 (Ateste); 
aeternetas, XIII 3836 (Treveri, f). — 
Ace. sing, aeternitate, VI 2064 (Rome, 
Arval, 86). — Abbrev., aeternitat., XII 
670 (Arelate, 1 st )]. 

(a) In sepulcral use. V 2694 (Ateste) : 
d(is) m(anibvs), pietati, eternitati (Mi); 
XII 2269 (Gratianopolis): perpetvae ae- 
ternitati, (Mi) ; XIII 3836 (Treveri, f): 

TITVLVM CVM AETERNETATE (sic) VINCTV- 
RVM CONIVX ... DEDICAVIT ; III 3354 

(Stuhlweissenburg) : (Me) aeternitatis 
memoriam posvit; XII 670 (Arelate, 1 st ): 
[ad me]moriae aeternitat(is) (moiiumen- 
tum) extrvxit ; XIII 6279 (Buconica) : 
memoriae aeternitatis, (Mi); VIII 256 
(Sufes, frgmt.): aeternitati. 

(b) In civic life, « perpetuation ». 
a perpetual honor ». VIII 989 (Missua): 
STATVAM ad aeternitatem meritorvm 
eivs; II 3711 (Mago) : ob aeternitatem 

HONORVM SVORVM MEMORIAE CONLOCAVIT | 

VI 10154 (Rome, 4 th ): (Mum) aeterni- 
tatis GLORIA DIGNVM ESSE IVDICARVNT. In 

sense of « lasting record », VIII 11332 
(Sufetula) : cvriae vniversae statvarvm 

HONOREM PRO MERITIS SVIS HAC TITVLI AE- 
TERNITATE signarvnt ; VIII 11343 (ibid.): 

TITVLVM HAC AETERNITATE SIGNAVIT. 



(c) In national life, of the « preser- 
vation ■ of the empire, of Rome, of Italy, 
of the imperial family. VI 2044 (Rome, 
Arval, 00): Aeterni[tati imperi vaccam 
immolaverunt, where A. imperi, as often 
elsewhere, is personified as a goddess]; 
VI 2064 (ibid., 86) 1. 45: Ivppiter 

O(ptime) M(axime) Capitoline, si 

(Domitianurn) . . . servaveris, cvstodie- 
risqve aeternitate(m) imperi, and sim. 
VI 2065 (ibid., 87) col. 2 L 9, and 2067 
(ibid., 90) 1. 40; VI 32326 (Rome, Comm. 
Lud. Saec., 206) I 24: [pro secv]ri- 
ta[te] adq_ve (sic) aeterni[tate imperi]; 
II 259 (Olisipo, 2 nd -3 (1 ) : pro aeterni- 
tate imperi et salvte imp(eratoris) j Pais 
745 (Comum, 2 nd ): tem[plvm] Aeterni- 
tati Romae et Avgvsti ; XI 4170 (In- 
teramna, 32): Ti. Caesaris Avgvsti, nati 
ad aeternitatem Romani nominis; VI 
1492 (Rome, 101): cvram (sc. Traiani) 
.... qvae aeternitati Italiae svae pro- 
spexit; X 1401 (Herculaneum, 1 st ): cvm 
providentia optimi principis tectis qvo- 
qve vrbis nostrae et totivs italiae ae- 
TERNITATI prospexerit ; IX 4209 (Ami- 
ternum, 1 st ): pr(o) ae[tern(itate)] Cae- 
sarvm; VI 1126 (Rome, 3 d ): [aeterni- 
tate perp[etvo d]omino no[stro M]a- 
ximiano; VI 1176 (Rome, 4 th ): pontem 
aeternitati Avgvsti nominis consecra- 
tvm; VIII 4469 (Numidia, 4 th ): pro sa- 
lvte ADQVE (sic) AETERNITATE IMP(ERA- 

toris); VIII 8322 (Cuicul, 3 d ): [pro 

SALVTE ET INCOLVMITATE Et] AETERNITATE 

d(omini) [n(ostri)]; VIII 11419 (Sufes): 

AETERNITATI IMP (ERATORIS) CaEs(aRIS) 

D[ ] ; Comptes Rendus de l'Acad. des 

Inscr. (1902) p. 45 (Lambaesis, 2 nd -3 d ): 

AETERNITATI IMP(eraTORVm) AVGG. (SeveH 

et Caracallae). 

(d) k Everlasting posterity » , « future 
generations .» . VIII 8457 (Sitiris): [vt 
ae]ternitas loqveretvr. 

^AETERNO, -ARE. « To perpetuate », 
« immortalize » . So Bormann reads VI 
32326 (Rome, Comm. Lud. Saec, 206) 
I 12: d[ligenti[ssime aet]ernata est; 
but it was more probably [alt]ernata. 

AETERNO. Adv. « For ever ». [Cf. in 
aetemo, s. v. AETERNVS, B VIII]. VI 
10237 (Rome): sed tvta (sc. loca) ae- 
terno maneant, si dicere fas est ; VI 



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17622 (Rome): aeterno servent semper 

ME1WORABILE NOMEN. 

AETERNVM. Adv. « For ever ■ . [Cf. 
in aeternum, s. v. AETERNVS, B. VIII]. 
V 6811 (Eporedia) : vbi ossa et cineres 

AETERNVM REQ_VIESCERENT MIHI J V 6817 

(ibid., f) : svstvlit hvnc laetvm mvndo 

LONGAEVA SENECTVS AETERNVM V1TAE AETAS 

matvraqve LviT ; XIII 7234 (near Mo- 
gontiacnrn) : aeternvm patriae hic erat 
ipsa domvs; XII 592 (Aquae Sextiae, f, 
8 th -9 th ): aeternvm sperans; XII 5272 
(Narbo): nec tibi nec nobis aeternvm 
vivere cessit; V 3496 (Verona): aeter- 
nvm mevm vale solacivm!; VI 5050 
(Koine, graffito): aeternvm vale!; VIII 
12118 (Prov. Byzac): aeternv(m) vale!; 
XIII 2058 (Lugudunurn): aeternvm q_(ve). 
Mariane, vale! 

AETERNVS, (AEVITERNVS). ■ Eter- 
nal » , a everlasting » , « perpetual » . [Cf. 
AETERNALIS, SEMPITERNVS, PERPE- 
TVVS]. 

Synopsis of Arrangement. 

A. Forms and abbreviations. 

R. Use. I. Of the gods, of God, etc. (a) Pagan 

deities, (b) In Chr. inscrr., of God, Christ. 
(c) Of natural phenomena, endless time. — 
II. Of death and the future life. («) Mors, 
nox, silentium, etc. (b) Pax, quies, requies, 
sccuritas, somnus, sopor, etc. (c) Memoria, 
in sepulcral formulas, {d) Vita, aevum, sedes. 
etc., and metaphorical expressions. — III. Of 
the tomh itself: locus, sedes, domus, cubile, 
torus, sarcophagus, mensa, etc. — IV. Of 
living persons, «permanent», «never-to-be- 
forgotten », « lifelong », and the like. — V. Of 
the stability of the State. Felicitas, pax, se- 
cwitas, victoria, etc. Roma, Urbs aeterna 
etc. — VI. Of the emperors. - - VII. Of the 
army. — VIII. Adverbial phrases. 

A. Forms and Abbreviations. 

Forms: arcbaic aeviternvs, VI 1417 
(Rome, 3 d ), XI 6246 (Fanum Fortunae). 
— ETERNVS, freq., VI 1793 (Rome, 
394), 2160, 9611, 12055, 30432 (Rome), 
Rossi 36 (Rome, f, 329); XI 1800 (Vo- 
laterrae), 4166 (Narnia, f); V 262 (Pola), 
1712 (Aquileia, f); III 1301a (Ampe- 
lum), 3985 (Siscia), 6161 (Troesmis, 218), 
14207'"' (Traiana); VIII 197, 202 (bet. 
Thelepteand Cillium), 3763 (Lambaesis), 
8186 (Rusicade), 9929 (Pomaria), 10980 
(Mauretania, f), 11643 (Ammaedara, f), 



14684 (Simitthus, 214). 20478 (Novar . . ., 
+, 324), 21498 (Tigava. f); XII 1395 
(Vasio), 1972, 2052 (Vienna), 5349 
(Narbo, f); XIII 1652 (Segusiavi), 2302 
(Lugudunurn), 2397 (ibid., f, 6 th ), 2453, 
2506, 2531, 2533 (Ambarri); 5294 (Au- 
gusta Rauricorum), 6363 (Sumelocenna), 
10025 2 - (Bononia, glass vase) ; Le Blant 
621 b (Gallia, f, 7 th ). — heternvs, VI 
29756 (Rome, Jewish); VI 1720 (Aqui- 
leia). — aiternvs, VI 35508 (Rome). — 
aternvs (sic), XIII 2467 (Ambarri). — 
etrenvs (sic), XIV 1335 (Ostia); etr- 
nvs (sic), III 7880 (Germisara). — ae- 
tervs (sic), VIII 21461 (Aquae Calidae?). 
— Gen. sing, aeterne (eterne), VI 1793 
(Rome, 894), 2579 (Rome); aeternes, VI 
3403 (Rome). — Dat. sing, aeterne (e- 
terne), VI 22399 (Rome); X 181 (Po- 
tential 8220 (Capua); III 3985 (Siscia); 
VIII 3763 (Lambaesis), 9013 (Kabilia 
Maior); XII 775 (Arelate), 1356, 1395 
(Vasio), 1700, 1720 (ager Vocontiorum), 
2576 (bet. Augustum and Lacus Leman- 
nus), 5723 (Antipolis); XIII 1652 (Se- 
gusiavi), 1902, 2000, 2086, 2090 (Lu- 
gudunurn), 2467, 2533 (Ambarri), 2754 
(Augustodunum). — Ace. sing, aeternv, 
Le Blant 621* (Gallia, f, 7 th ); aeterna 
(eterna), VI 9258, 9611 (Rome), V 1712, 
1720 (Aquileia, f), III 14207 15 (Tra- 
iana), VIII 3582 (Lambaesis), 19146, 
19168 (Signs), 11581 (Ammaedara), XII 
1194 (Carpentorate). 

Abbrev., (including tbose which, esp. 
at Pomaria, may belong to AETERNA- 
LIS q. v.). eterna., VIII 9934, 9940 
(Pomaria). — aetern. (etern.), very freq., 
X 5162 (Casinum, 2 B. C); V 3221 (Ve- 
rona); III 988, 1083 (Apulum), 7900, 
7913, 7914 (Sarmizegetusa) ; VIII 2506 
(Calceus Herculis), 9914, 9922, 9927, 
9935, 9948, 9952, 9959 (Pomaria); XII 
758 (Arelate), 1120 (Apta); XIII 1637 
(Segusiavi), 1815, 1838, 1945, 1983, 
1988, 1998, 2003, 2009, 2010, 2025«, 
2027, 2046, 2085, 2180, 2185, 2195, 
2249 (Lugudunurn), 2506 (Ambarri); VII 
370 (Uxellodunum). — aeter. (eter.), 
freq., VI 3734 = 31058 = XIV 2257 
(near Rome, 220), VI 28054 (Rome); V 
4484 (Brixia); III 187 (Apamea ad 0- 
rontem, 3 d ); VIII 9911, 9925, 21792 



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(Pomaria); XII 1 7 J : i (ager Voooritiorum), 
I 7 in (Valentia), 2272 (Gratianopolis) ; 
XIII L925, 2035, 2092, 2264 (Lugu- 
dunnm), 2453, 2510 (Ambarri), 6363 
(Sumelocenna). — aete., VIII 07 Hi (Ga- 
3tellum Tingitanum, f); X 1 1 1 2924 (Au- 
tessiodurum). — aet. (et.), VI 793 
(Rome, 3 d ); XIV 2258 (ager Albanus, 
241); V 77o. 78!» (Aquileia); VIII 
217!':;. 21794 (Pomaria); XII] 818 (linr- 
digala), 1663 (Segusiavi), 1976, 2205, 
2211 (Lugudunum), 8120 (Naninotes). — 
ae., VI 8373, 21617 (Rome); V 8232 
(Aquileia). — a., VI 212, 3408 (Rome). 

B. Use. 

I. Of the gods; of God, Christ; na- 
tural phenomena, endless time. 

(a) Pagan deities. Generalized, VI 
7578 (Rome): tv reddas, aeterne, pus 
solacia semper. Of Juppiter, VI 30975 
(Rome, A. V. C. 754): aeterno deo Io- 
[vi]. Cf. below. [For Roma aeterna and 
similar personifications, cf. below, V]. — 
The epithet aeternvs is applied esp. 
(2 nd -3 nd cent.) to Roman conceptions of 
the Syrian Baal, and to Roman nature- 
deities (Juppiter, Caelus, Sol, Lima, 
Diana) associated with the oriental wor- 
ship. Exx. : Devs Aeternvs, IX 1092 
(Aeclanum), V 769, 770 (Aquileia), III 
988, 7736 (Apulum), 1286 (Ampelum), 
3327 = 10301 (Intercisa), 7880 (Germi- 
sara). 7900, 7901 (Sarmizegetusa), 7996 
(Mun. Tibiscum), VIII 8923 (Saldae), 
21581 (Maur. Caesariensis, 261), II 5127 
(Valentia), XII 5423 (Narbonensis. 3 d ). 

— Devs Magnvs A.. V 3221 (Verona), 
III 10998 (Brigetio), VIII 18525 (Nu- 
midia). — A. Magnvs Devs, VIII 20245 
(Safaris). — Devs Sanctvs A.. VIII 9704 
(Castellum Tingitanum), 21624 (Arbal). 

— Devs Invictvs A., (cf. invictus Mi- 
thras), XIII 6363 (Sumelocenna). — 
Devs A. Exavdit(or), V 8208 (Aquileia). 

— Aeternvm Nvmen praestans propi- 
tivm, VIII 796 (Avitta Bibba, 338). — 
Aeternvs Sanctvs. (with fig. of Juppiter), 
VI 3671 = 30847 (Rome). — Simply, 
Aeternvs. V 6961. 6962 (Taurini): vi- 
ribvs Aeterni. tavrobolio ; III 988 
(Apulum): Aeterno (Me); III 990 (ibid.): 
exivssv (sic) Apollinis fontem Aeterni 
(Me) restitvit; III 6258 (Dacia): Ae- 



terno sacr(vm). — Of Juppiter, assimi- 
lated to the oriental cult, Ivppiter Ae- 
ternvs, III 8667 (Salonae). — Ivppiter 
Optimvs Maximvs A., V 789, 8232 (Aqui- 
leia), III 1082, 1083 (Apulum), 1783 
(Narona), 3158 6 (Dalmatia), 7012, 791:;. 
7014 (Sarmizegetusa). — Ivppiter Opti- 
mvs Maximvs A. Conservator, III 5788 
(Augusta Vindelicum), 1301 (Ampelum). 

— Ivppiter Optimvs Maximvs Doli- 
chenvs A., VI 406 = 80758 (Rome). 

— Ivppiter Optimvs Maximvs A. Doli- 
chenvs, VI 412 (Rome). — Ivppiter 
Optimvs Maximvs Commagenorvm A., 
Ill 1301«, 7834 (Ampelum). — A. In- 
victvs Ivppiter Optimvs Maximvs, V 7809 
(Tavia). — [Ivppiter Optimvs] Max(i- 
mvs)? Invictvs A., IX 4452 (Preturo). 

— Optvmvs (sic) Maximvs Caelvs A. 
Ivp[pi]ter, VI 81 (Rome). — Cf. Caelvs 
Aeternvs, VI 83, 84 (Rome). — Of Sun 
aud Moon deities, Sol Aeternvs, III 604 
Dyrrachium), II 259 (near Olisipo, 2 nd - 
3 d ); Lvna Aeterna, VI 755 (Rome); 
Aeterna L[vna], V 8209 (Aquileia); 
Diana Aeterna, III 6161 (Troesmis, 218); 
Dea a[etern]a?, VII 336 (Old Carlisle) ; 
Ignes Aeterni (= Sol et Luna), XII 
1551 (ager Vocontiorum). — Add X 5163 
(Casinum) : nvmphis (sic) aeternis sa- 
crvm (of ever-flowing water); VI 32416 
(Rome): aeternos ignes (of the perpetual 
Vestal fire). 

(b) In Chr. inscrr., of God, Christ. 
Carm. Lat. 1395 a = Rossi II 442, 152 
(Rome, 687): pergit ad aeterni divina 
palatia Regis; VIII 7916 (Castellum 
Tingitanum) : Deo sanctissimo aete(r- 
no); VIII 11643 (Ammaedara): [D(ev)s 
Lv]x eterna (sic); Carm. Lat. 1432 = 
Rossi II 79, 6 and 130, 14 (Rome): Iv- 
dicis aeterni testificata thronvm; V 
7793 (Albingaunium, 568): ante t[ri]- 
bvnal aeterni Ivdicis; XIII 2397 (Lu- 
gudunum, 6 th ): illic svscipiens eterno 
(sic) Ivdice vitam ; VI 31934 (Rome, 
4 th ) : aeterno . . . Christo ; Le Blant 336 
(Remi, calix argentea) : havriat hinc 

POPVLVS VITAM DE SANGVINE SACRO INIECTO 
AETERNVS QVEM FVDIT VVLNERE ChRISTVS. 

(c) Of natural phenomena; endless 
time. VI 27383 (Rome): hic p[o]sita 

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NOCVA AETERNIS CONDITA SIDERIBVS ? J III 

13529 (Ovilava, f ) : qvem ipse aeterna 
condidi terra; XI 6246 (Fanuin Fortu- 
nae) : lege aeviterna traditvs leto pver. 
— VI 1417 (Rome, 3 d ): divina vis est 
ae[ViJterni temporis; VI 35508 (Rome): 
aiterno (sic) tempore; Carm. Lat. 1294 
(Rome): lapis hic felix et littera mvta 
sepvlc[ri] Ivcvndam aeterno tempore 
qvod retinet; VI 2160 (Rome): cvivs 

FAMA IN ETERNA (sic, SC. ter>l])0ra) NOTA EST. 

II. Of death and the future life. 

(a) Mors, nox, silentium. VIII 2904 
(Lambaesis): in memor(iam) mortis ae- 
ternae obventvr(a)e; VI 19049 (Rome): 
mersit in aeternam extin[|cto pect]]ore 
noctem; X 8131 (Stabiae) : maior in ae- 
ternam MERSIT SVA LVMINA NOCTEM J VIII 

868 (Mun. Giufitanum) : aeterno ... si- 

LENTIO. 

(b) Pax, quies, requies, securitas, 
somnns, sopor, etc. — PAX. XI 1800 (Vo- 
laterrae) : cvm qvibvs voti mei est mo- 

RARI IN PACE ETERNA (sic) ', Cai'lTl. Lat. 

1431 = Rossi II 106, 50 and 107, 54 
(Rome, -J-): aeternam in pacem vnde erat 
et rediit; Rev. Arch. (1901) p. 460 = 
Annee Epigr. (1901) p. 42 (Africa): prae- 
sidivm aeternae firmat prvdentia pacis ; 
VIII 10947 = 21498 (Tigava, f): hic 

PAX ETERNA (sic) MORETVR J XII 782 (Al'e- 

late) : pax aeterna ! ; ib. 850 (ibid., f ) : 

PAX TECVM AETERNA ! . QVIES, VeiJ 

freq. esp. in Gaul. VI 22399 (Rome): 

D(is) M(ANIBVS), Q_VIETE (SIC = dat.) AE- 

terne (sic) (illius); VI 13120 (Rome): 
qvieti aeternae; X 7569 (Carales): nvnc 

AETERNA QVIES DiTISQ_(ve) SILENTIA MAE- 
STI HANC STATVERE AMBIS (sic) PRO PIE- 

tate domvm; V 1720 (Aquileia, f): 

LDORMIS CVM l]s Q_VI ANTE TE Ml[HI ERE- 
PTI QVIET^EM HETERNa(m) (sic) PETBE- 

[rvnt] (sic); III 4275 (Adiaum), 4315 
(Brigetio); aeternae qvieti et perpetvae 
secvritati (illius). In Gaul: d(is) m(a- 

NIBVS) ET QJ/IETI AETERNAE (Mil's), XII 

1720, 1723 (ager Vocontiorum), 1920, 
1945, 2013, 2052 (Vienna), 2503 (bet. 
Augustum and Lacus Lemannus), 2304 
(Gratianopolis), 2628, 2631 (Genava), 
3663 (Alba Helvorum), 5723 (Antipolis) ; 
XIII 1816, 1872, 1876, 1893, 1897, 
1902, 1968, 1970, 1972, 2014, 2026, 



2028, 2039, 2050, 2061, 2096, 2127, 
2132, 2180, 2182, 2189, 2249, 2271, 
2280, 2286, 2334 (Lugudunum). — d(is) 

m(aNIBVs) ET QVIETI ETERNAE (Sic) (Ml), 

XIII 2531 (AmbaiTi). — d(is) m(anibvs) 
et aeternae qvieti (illius), XIII 2049 
(Lugudunum). — d(is) m(anibvs), qvieti 
aeternae (illius), XII 2004 (Vienna), 
2280 (Gratianopolis). — d(is) m(anibvs), 
qvieti aeternae (Mi), XIII 1663 (Se- 
gusiavi). — et qvieti aeternae (illius), 
with formulaic omission of d. m., XII 718 
(Arelate); XIII 1650 (Segusiavi), 1817, 
2335 (Lugudunum). — memoriae pe- 
renni, qvieti aeternae (illius), XIII 
1898 (Lugudunum). — paci et qvieti 
a[et(ernae)] (Mi), XII 758 (Arelate). — 

Q_VIETI AETERNAE (UUus), Simply, XIII 

2305 (Lugudunum). — REQVIES. X 
4166 (Narnia, f) : depositvs in eter- 
nam (sic) reqviem; XI 5882 (Iguvium) : 
aeterna conditvs inreqvie (sic). — SE- 
CVRITAS. VI 17136 (Rome), XIV 949 
(Ostia) : secvritati aeternae (illius); VIII 
3763 (Lambaesis); secvritati eternae 

(sic), MARITVS CONIVGI ... FECIT J XII 

409 (Massilia), 2169 (Lugudunum): d(is) 
m(anibvs) et secvritati aeternae (illius) ; 
XIII 2094 (ibid.) : d(is) m(anibvs) et ae- 
ternae secvritati (illius); XIII 1958 
(ibid.): d(is) m(anibvs) et secvritati ae- 
ternae (Mi); XII 1971 (Vienna): d(is) 
m(anibvs), secvritati aeternae (illius); 
XIII 2120 (Lugudunum): [d(is)] m(ani- 
bvs), [>erpetvae?] qvieti, secv[ritati 
ae]ternae (illius). — SOMNVS. VI 10468 
(Rome): somno aeterno, (ilia Mi); VI 
10848 (Rome), X 6706 (Antium, 167): 

SOMNO AETERNO SACRVM ; VI 15983 

(Rome): d(is) m(anibvs), somno aeterno 
(iliiiis); VI 28054 (Rome): somn(o) ae- 
ter(no); VI 21617 (Rome): so(mno) 
ae(terno or -ALi?); VI 35516 (Rome): 

[OSSA SOMNO HIC A^ETERNO REDDITA ; VIII 

2506 (Calceus Herculis) : somno aeter- 
n(o); Rev. Arch. (1905) p. 205(Cirta): 
HIC TVMVLATA silet aeterno mvnere so- 
mni. — SOPOR. XIII 128 (Convenae, f): 
Nymphivs aeterno devinctvs membra so- 
pore; XIII 1393 (Lemovices): hic iacet 

AETERNO DEVINCTVS MEMBRA SOPORE. 

(c) Memoria aeterna, in sepulcial 
formulas, (esp. freq. in Gaul). d(is) m(a- 



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NIBVS) ET MEMORIAE AETERNAE (Milts), V 

6997 (Taurini); XIII 1652 (Segusiavi), 
1815, 1831, 18:57-!), 1842, 1846-50, 
1858, 1877, 1880-6, 1889, 1890, 1901, 
1903-6, 1910, 1925, 1927. L989, 1945, 
L966, 1973-6, 1978, L983, 1988-91, 
1995, 1997-8, 2000, 2004-5, 2007. 2009- 
10, 2015, 2018, 2023, 2025, 2025 a, 
2027, 2030, 2034-7, 2046, 2054, 2057, 
2070-1, 2073-6, 2078, 2080-1, 2085-6, 
2099, 2103-4, 2112-3, 2118, 2126, 2129, 
2140, 2166, 2172, 2174, 2185, 2187, 
2191-2, 2195, 2200, 2203-4, 2207,2224, 
JJ29, 2237, 2241, 2244, 2254, 2257, 
2260, 2263, 2269, 2276, 2302; Le Blant 
86 a (Lugudunum); XIII 2453, 2456, 
2467, 2561 (Auibarri), 2591 (Matisco), 
2616, 2621 (Cavillonum), 3088 (Ande- 
cavi); XII 775 (Arelate), 1005 (Gla- 
mim), 1749, 1772 (Valentia), 1919, 2027, 
2031 (Vienna), 2270, 2272 (Gratiano- 
polis), 2380 (bet. Vienna and Augustum), 
2576 (bet. Augustum and Lacus Leman- 
nus), 2664 (Alba Helvorum). — d(is) 

M(ANIBVS) ET MEMORIAE AETERNAE (Hit), 

VIII 9674 (Cartenna); XIII 1822, 1851, 
1860, 1874, 1887, 1895, 1907, 1979, 
1981, 2016, 2024 (Lugudunum), 2510 
(Ambarri); XII 1700 (ager Vocontiorum). 

D(is) m(aNIBVs) ET MEMORIAE AETERNAE 

(Me), XIII 1637 (Segusiavi), 1841, 2287 
(Lugudunum), 2505 (Ambarri), 2602 
(Matisco). — d(is) m(anibvs) et aeter- 
nae memoriae (Mius), XIII 2614 (Ca- 
villonum). — d(is) m(anibvs) s(acrvm) 

ET MEMORIAE AETERNAE (UUus), VIII 2953, 

3004 (Lambaesis). — d(is) m(anibvs) s(a- 

CRVm), MEMORIAE AETERNAE (HUllS), VIII 

2763 (Lambaesis), 8233 (Milev). — d(is) 

m(aNIBVs), MEMORIAE AETERNAE (Mius), 

XIII 2090, 2308 (Lugudunum), 2506, 
2512 (Ambarri); XII 1395 (Vasio). 1762 
(Valentia), 1941, 1972, 2273 (Vienna), 
2670 (Alba Helvorum), 4117 (Narbo- 
nensis). — d(is) m(anibvs), memoriae ae- 
ternae (Me), XIII 2533 (Ambarri). — 

D(is) m(aNIBVs), AETERNAE MEMORIAE (U- 

Hus), XIII 2924 (Autessiodurum), 2985 
(Agedincum). 3120 (Xamnetes), 5286, 
5294 (Augusta Rauricorum). — d(is) m(a- 

NIBVS) ET QVIETI ET MEMORIAE AETERNAE 

(UUus), XIII 2053 (Lugudunum). — qvie- 

Tl MEMORIAEQVAE (sit') AETERNAE (MiUS), 



XIII 2238 (Lugudunum). — secvritati 
perpetv[ae et] aeter[nae memoriae], 
XIII 2534 (Ibid.). — memoriae aeter- 
nae (UUus), VIII 11096 (Prov. Byza- 
cena, f); XII 918 (Arelate), 1937, 1967 
(Vienna), 2636 (Genavn), 3875 (Neraau- 
sus), 4132 (Narbonensis) ; XIII 1854, 
2121, 2202 (Lugudunum), 2754, 2798 
(Augustodunum), Bramb. 2037 (near Col. 
Agrippinensis). — memoriae aeternae 
(Mi), XIV 319 (Ostia); VIII 9013 (Ka- 
bvlia Maior); XII 758 (Arelate), 1356 
(Vasio); XIII 2494 (Ambarri); Le Blant 
7 (Augustodunum, f, 378). — memoriae 
aeternae (Me), III 3982 (Siscia); X 
5162 (Casinum, 2 B. C). — aeternae 
memoriae (Ma), XIII 818 (Burdigala). 

MEMORIAE [ae]t[e]r[n]aE SACRVM, V 

6638 (near Lacus Verbanus, 1 st ). — 
Formulaically (without d. m.) : et memo- 
riae aeternae (Mius), XIII 2194 (Lu- 
gudunum); et aeternae, XIII 2003 (ibid.). 
— Add ofsPEs, XIII 1916 (Lugudunum): 

BONAE MEMORIAE ET SPEI AETERNAE etC. 

(Mius). 

(d) Vita, aevum, sedes etc., Various 
expression for the future life. VITA. V 
6729 (Vercellae, f) : aeternam fisvs 
Christo cvm carpere vitam ; V 6817 
(Eporedia, j) : presbyter aeternae qvae- 

RENS QVI PRAEMIA VITAE \ XII 2422 (All- 

gustum, f ) : in spe resvrect[jo]nis (sic) 
vit(a)e aeternae; Carm. Lat. 1407 
(Vienna, j, 6 th ) : aeternae vitae gavdia 
proles habit (sic); Le Blant 429 (ibid.): 

AETERNAE CONTEMPLANS PRAEMIA VITAE ; ib. 

465 (Gallia, f, frgmt.): aeternae vit(a)e; 
Carm. Lat. 1411 = Rossi II 63, 8 and 
93, 64 (Rome, f, 5 th ): aeterna in libris 
nam tibi vita viget. — AEVVM. XII 942 
(Arelate, f): aeterno hic positvs vivit 
Concordivs aevo. — SAECVLVM. VIII 
21461 (Aquae Calidae?): aeterno [sae]- 

CVLO FRVITVR PERPETVAM SECVRITATEM. 

Various, of the future life, etc. VI 9240 
(Rome) : aeternae animae (Mius) ; III 
1759 (Epidaurum): qvin potivs cor- 
pvs (sc. codditur), nam mens aeterna 
profecto pro meritis potitvr sedibvs 
Elysiis; III 6618 (Alexandria): hvnc 
habet aeternvs cinis Angellonis hono- 
rem; III 686 (Philippi): sic placitvm est 
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(Volsinii) : aeternas sedes mervit con- 
plecti (sic) pio[rvm]; VIII 4071 (Lam- 
baesis) : si liceat saltem post taw crv- 
delia damna [se]dibvs aeternis sensvs 
[iterate piorvm; XIII 7234 (near Mo- 
gontiacuin) : sedibvs aeternis me mea 
hat<a> tenent; VIII 15463 (Dei Maius, 
frgmt.): sedibvs [ae]ternis; VI 1756 ^ 
(Rome, f, 395) 1. 23: vivit in aeterna 

PARADISI SEDE BEATVS. [Cf. SEDES AETERNA 

= tomb, below § III]. — LVX. XI 3963 
(Capena) : et frvitvr svperis aeterna in 
lvce Fabatvs ; V 8986 a (Aquileia, f ) : 

QVAE NEC TANTVM DIVITIAS FRVNITA CON- 
PLEVIT (SIC) LVCEM (CkrisU) AETERNAiW; 

XIII 3654 (Treveri) : qvam lvx aeterna 
vocabat (= Lucan, Pharsal. VII 1); 
XIII 128 (Convenae, f): tecvm comes 

ANXIA LVCEM AETERNAM SPERANS, HANC 

cvpit esse brevem. — VI 7193 a (Rome) : 

ET GRATIS AETERNO PERFRVOR HOSPITIO J 

XI 4966 (Spoletium, f ) : aeternvm caelo 
mervit perferre coronam ; XIII 2395 
(Lugudunum, -J-, 501): [a]eterni secvm 
pr[a]emia ivris habet ; Ihm, Damasi 
Epigramm. 92 (Rome, f, 5 th ): Caele- 

STINVS AGENS VITAM MIGRAVIT IN ILLAM 
DEBITA Q_VAE SANCTIS AETERNOS REDDIT 

honores; Carm. Lat. 1339 (Rome): ae- 

TERNOSQ_(ve) LEVIS POSSIDET VMBRA LARES ; 

XII 1499 (Vasio, f, 515?): e<t> aeter- 
nvm FAMA TRANSMITTIT IN ORBEM J Cai'lll. 

Lat. 1435 == Rossi II 92, 58 (Rome, f): 

AETERNIS CHR(lST)l MVNERE DIGNA BONIS; 

V 6734 (Vercellae, f): aeternos sor- 
tita toros (Christi) qve petivit perpe- 
tvam lvcem (i. 6., she became a nun") ; 
Carm. Lat. 311 = Rossi II p. 150, 19 
(Rome, f, 5 th ): aetern[v]mqve datvr 
casto baptismate mvnvs; Rossi II p. 240, 
4 (Rome, f ) : aeternos homines ista la- 

VACRA CREANT. 

III. Of the tomb itself. LOCVS. VIII 
197 (bet. Thelepte and Cillium): [h]vnc 
habes [e]ternvm (sic) [lo]cvm ; VIII 202 
(ibid.) : hvnc habes eternvm (sic) locvm. 
— SEDES. VI 9118 (Rome): aeternam 
tibi sedem, Hermes, aramq_(ve) dicavi ; 

VI 6314 (Rome): non optata tibi co- 

NIVNX MONIMENTA (sic) LOCAVIT VLTIMA, 
IN AETERNIS SEDIBVS VT MANEANT ; VI 

11434 (Rome): hic mihi svnt sedes ae- 
[ternae]; VI 33054 (Rome); aeternam 



sedem cdnsacravit; X 1804 (Puteoli): 
pater sedem aeternam ... consecravit; 
IX 1817 (Beneventum) : nvnc ita in ae- 
terna reqviesco se[de sepvlta]; V 5930 
(Mediolanium): post annos tandem ae- 
terna SEDE RECEPTVS SILET ; HI 124 

(Syria) : haec illi nv(n)c reqvies fati, 
haec sedis (sic) aetern[a]; VIII 4120 
(Lambaesis): (Me) fec(it) aeternos (sic) 
sedes; VIII 6360 (Mactar): hic tenet 
aeternam sedem. — MEMORIA. XI 270 
(Ravenna, f, 435): sibi memoria[m ae]- 
terna[m]; XII 1194 (Carpentorate): me- 
moria(m) aeterna(m) fecervnt. — *MO- 
NVMENTVM. I 1267 = IX 604 (Ve- 
nusia, B. C): [monvmentvm fecit viv]os 

AETERNVM HOC SIBI. DOMVS, VeiJ 

freq. I 1059 = VI 9583 (Rome): haec 

EST DOMVS AETERNA, HIC EST FVNDVS, HEIS 
(Sic) SVNT HORTI, HOC EST MONVMENTVM 

nostrvm; VIII 4447 = 18608 (Lama- 

Sba): AETERNA DOMVS h(a)eC EST, PAVSVM 
(Sic) LABORIS HIC EST, ALIQVID MEMORIAE 

hoc est ; VIII 20473 (Novar ...,+, 360) : 

HAEC EST AETERNA DOMVS ET PERPETVA FE- 

licitas; XI 6435 (Pisauram) : haec do- 

MVS AETERNA, HIC SVM SITVS, HIC ERO 

semper; VIII 10712 (Numidia): haec est 
domvs aet[ern]a; VIII 10930 = 20478 
(Novar..., f, 324): he (sic) est d(o)- 
m(v)s eterna (sic); VIII 10927 (ibid.): 
haec est aeterna domvs; VI 5174 (Rome): 

AETERNA DOMVS OLYPIORVM ; XIV 1335 

(Ostia): domvs etrena (sic) Marracio- 
rvm; Bull. Arch. Cr. (1891) p. 40 (Rome, 

4 th ) : DEPOSITVS IN HAC DOMO AETERNA ; 

VI 9258 (Rome) : (Me) retecit aeter- 
na(m) domv(m) (Mis); VI 9611 (Rome): 
(Me) fecit sibi domvm eterna(m) (sic) ; 
VI 25369 (Rome, B. C): vxori hanc 
constitvit [domvm] aeternam ; Rossi 573 
(Rome, f, 407): [com^paravervnt domvm 
aeter[nam]; X 181 (Potentia): aeter- 
n(ae) domvi memoriam pietatis feci ; X 
6053 (Minturnae) : institvit aeternam 
domvm; IX 3409 (near Aufinum): ae- 
ternam AD DlTEM VIVOS (sic) EFFECIT DO- 
MVM J VI 10096 (Rome): bis hic septeni 

MECVM NATALES DIES TENEBRIS TENENTVR 

Ditis aeterna domvj XI 6249 (Fanum 
Fortanae) : hic iacet aeterna Sabis hv- 
mata domo; V 121 (Pola) : (Ma) domvm 

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195 (ibid.); V 126o (Aquileia): domvm 

aeternam {ilia) posvit; V 1712 (ibid.. 
domvm eterna(m) (sic) fecit; V 7<> 1 7 
(Taurini): (tile) titvlvm posit {sic) ante 
aeternam dojwvm ; III 14207 ir ' (Traiana) : 
domo eterna (tie) fecit; VIII 212 (Cil- 
lium, 2" (i ) 1. 67: set [sic) pvto secvros 

FIERI, QVICVMQVE PARARE AETERNANI VOL- 

vere domvm; VIII 3582 (Lambaesis): 
aeterna(m) domvm (ille) ... institvit; 
VIII 4372 (Xumidia): tvmvlvm tibi con- 
stitvi aeternae domvs ; VIII 9929 (Po- 
maria): vir et fili(a)e fecer[vnt] do- 
mvm eternam (sic); VIII 9911, 9914, 
9922, 9925, 9927, 9935, 9940, 9948, 
9952, 9955, 9959, 21792-4 (ibid., 6 th - 
7 th ): fecit (fecervnt) domvm aetern(am 
or -alem); VIII 9934 (ibid., 639): p[o]- 
sv l e 3 r -C v ] nt d(o)m(v)m et[ern]a(m, or 
-lem?); VIII 11581 (Armnaedara) : hanc 
aeterna(m) domvm (ille)... fecit; VIII 
19168 (Signs) : aeterna(m) domv(m) po- 
svi ; XII 4123 (Xarbonensis) : (ille) do- 
mvm AETERNAM Vl(v)vS SIBI CVRAVIT J XIII 

2246 (Lugudunum): qvi vt haberet vi- 
vvs sibi posvit et svb ascia dedic(avit) 
domvi aeternae lvbens ; X 8220 (Capua): 
d(is) m(anibvs), aeterne (sic) dom[vi et 

PERjPETVE (SIC) SECVR[lTATlJ (Mi) \ III 

6463 (Pannonia Inf.): d(is) m(anibvs), 

DOMO AETERNAE ET PERPETVAE SECVRITATI : 

III 3985 (Siscia) : domv eterne (sic), et 
perpe[t]v(a)e secvritati ; XI 1616 (Flo- 
rentia) : aeternamqve domvm petimvs et 
fine (sic) laborvm; VI 17622 (Rome): 

ET DOMVS AETERNAE TV TVEARE FOCOS. 

Add VI 11252, 12055, 13046, 18313, 
28116, 28941, 29756, 29956, 30432 
(Rome); XIV 785 (Ostia); XI 4629 
(Carsulae); V 262 (Pola); III 6380, 
14292, 14910 (Salonae); VIII 8186 (Ru- 
sicade). 19146 (Sigus). — *DOMICI- 
LIVM, Carm. Lat. 57 (Venusia, B.C.): 
[dom-cilivm fecit viv]|os aeternvm hoc 
sibi. [N. B. This is Buecheler's interpre- 
tation; Better sc. with Ritschl: monv- 
mentvm]. — CVBILE, TORVS ; III 2490 
(Salonae): hanc post bis q_vinos seqvi- 

TVR PlRVNTlA MATER ANNOS, ET AETERNO 
IVNG1T PIA MEMBRA CVBILi; VI 11252 

(Rome): svstineo in aeterno toro ad- 
ventvm tvvm; XI 1122 (Parma): et 

IVXTA CONIVNX MERITOS testatvr hono- 



res aeternvm retinens consociata to- 
rvm. — VI 1837s (Roini 1 . 165): sarco- 
phago aeterno; VIII 12400 (Prov. Pro- 
cons.): TITVLOS AETERNOS PER FILIOS HA- 
BERE desideravervnt; X L336 (Nola): 

CONSTITVI AETERNVM [mIHI ME^ISQVE TER- 

minvm; VIII 10930 = 20478 (Novar . . . 
v, 324) : mensa eterna (sic) (illius). — 
VIII 212 (Cillium, 2" (1 ) 1. 20: sic im- 

MORTALES SCIT HABERE PECVNIA MORES, AE- 
TERNO QVOTIENS STABILIS BENE FIGITVR 

vsv (i, e., by building a magnificent 
tomb). 

IV. Of living persons, or in connection 
with reputation, posterity. « Lasting », 
« enduring » ; « life-long ». VI 1702 
(Rome, 4 th ) : aeternvm statvae monv- 

MENTVM ... PATRONO PRAESTANTISSIMO COL- 

locavervnt; V 1863 (Iulium Carnicum) : 
(ille) svsceptor operis aeterni ; II 2395 
(near Bracara Augusta) : aeternvm lacvm ; 
X 2875 (Puteoli): sei fieri potvisset, 

AETERNAM INCO LVMIt(aTEm) MVSAE DONAS- 

sent; VI 1693 (Rome, 4 th ): consvl et 

AETERNO DECORAVIT NOMINE FASTOS J V 

3216 (Vicetia, f) : aeternvmq_(ve) inde 

ADEPTA PER SAECVLA NOMEN '. Ill 6423 
(ISSa) : AETERNVMQVE TENET PER SAECVLA 

nomen ; XIII 3256 (Remi, f, 4 th ): ex- 

TVLIT AETERNVM SAECLORVM IN SAECVLA 

nomen; VIII 369 = 11549 (Ammae- 
dara, frgmt.) : hoc titvlo fixervnt no- 
men aeternvm; VIII 2756 (Lambaesis) : 

HAEC SVNT ENIM MORTIS SOLACIA, VBI CON- 
TINETVR NOM^IjNIS VEL GENERIS AETERNA 

memoria; VI 2132 (Rome, Vestal): cvivs 

SINCERAM PVDICITIAM SENATVS COMPROBA- 
TAM AETERNA LAVDE PVBLICE CVMVLAVIT ', 

VI 2136 (ibid., 286): lavdem aeternam; 
VI 2138 (ibid.): aeterna lavde; X 8174 
(Neapolis, -j-) : Patricivm (sic) domvs 

HAEC AETERNA LAVDE TVETVR ; IX 1596 

(Beneventum, late) : ad aeternam memo- 

RIAM (illiuS) . . . STATVAM CONLOCAVIT J 

V 7956 (Cemenelum) : vt nomen eivs 
aeterna lectione celebraretvr; XI 4781 
(Spoletium, 4 th ): ad aeternam nominis 
(i. e. of the emperor) propagationem; 
VIII 11340 (Sufetula): aeternvm gra- 

TIARVM SVARVM testimonivm ; III 8169 

(Ulpiana): fortvnae aeternae domvs 
Fvrianae; Carm. Lat. 1406 (Gondorf): 

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cia lvctvs; V 5701 (ager Mediolaniensis) : 
aeterna fides ; XIII 2077 (Lugudunum) : 
[de cvJivs adfectione mariti permanent 

AETERNA BENEF1CIA ; X 1310 (Nola) '. BENE 

vixit mvltosq_(ve) ANNOS conivgio AE- 
terno; VI 20908 (Rome): aeternvm co- 

NIVGI ET MATRI MVNERIS OFFICIVM; VI 

17106 (Rome) : aeterna vnde animae gav- 
dia percipio; XI 5335 (Hispellum) : co- 

NIVGIS AETERNVM LACRIMOSO CRIMEN AMOREJ 

VI 20905 (Rome): hic stigmata aeterna 
Acte libertae scripta svnt ; Carm. Lat. 
1405 = Rossi II 103, 33 and 122, 14 
(Rome, •}-) : o patrios svbito foedasti 

FVNERE VVLTVS, AETERNO IVGVLAS GLADIO 

corda matris! ; VI 1 5268 (Rome) : pater 
aeterno dolore adflictvs ; Ihm, Daman 
Epigramm. 107 = Rossi 1179 (Rome, f): 
{ilia) aeterno vvlnere rapta cito; IX 
6281 (Beneventum) : aeternasq_(ve) la- 
crimas reliqvit Carpo parenti ; Eph. 
Epigr. VIII 648 — Carm. Lat. 654 (near 
Antinm, 385): aeternos fletvs obiens 
ivvenalibvs annis ; VI 28810 = 34185 
(Rome): accipe nostri aeternas, ehev!, 
carminis exeq_vias!; VI 7243 (Rome): 

QVEM FLET AMISSVM AETERNO TEMPORE CO- 

nivx; VI 15806 (Rome): qvem flet amis- 

SAM (SIC) AETERNO TEMPORE CONIVX. 

V. Of the stability of the state. Roma 
(Vrbs) Aeterna. VI 200 (Rome, 70) : paci 

AETERNAE DOMVS IMp(eRATORIS) VeSPASIA- 

ni ...; Ill 5810 (Augusta Vindelicum, 

290); FVNDATORI PACIS AETERNAE DlOCLE- 

tiano ...; VIII 8441 (Sitifis): [pa]ci ae- 
ternae avg. ; VI 1140 (Rome, 314-5): 

FVNDATQRI ETIAM SECVRITATIS AETERNAE 

(Constantio); XI 5631 (Camerinum, 210): 

INAETERNAM (sic) SECVRITATEM ADQ_VE (sic) 

gloriam; III 12483 (near Troesmis, 4 th ) : 
ad confirmandam provincial.ivm []s]vorvm 
a[e]ternam secvritate(m) ; VI 3734 = 
31058 = XIV 2257 (near Rome, 220): 
victoriae aeter(nae) (of Elagabalus) ; XI 
6309 (Pisaurum, 3 d ) : victoriae aeternae 
Avrehani ; VIII 9754 (Portus Magnus, 
196?): victoriae aeternae (of Caracalla) ; 
VI 1207 (Rome): dvm tibi bella foris 
aeternaq_(ve) svdo trop[a]ea; VI 1696 
(Rome, 4 th ) : [vt] . . . convalescerent et 
aeternvm robvr acciperent (i. e., the 
fortunes of the state); XIV 2795 (Gabii, 
140) : confvgiendo at (sic) aeternam rem 

Thes. linguae lat. epigr. 



pvbl(icam) n(ostram); X 5265 (Hispel- 
lum, 3 d -4 th ) : NAM CIVITATI HlSPELLO AE- 
TERNVM vocabvlvm nomenq_(ve) veneran- 
dvm de nostra nvncvpatione CONCESSIMVS 
(i. e. the right to call the town Flavium 
Hispellum). — Roma Aeterna (often per- 
sonified as divinity), VI 1736 (Rome, 4 th ): 
(Mi) vicario Vrbis Romae Aeternae ; VIII 
6965 (Cirta): svper aliam liberalitatem 
Romae Aeternae; VIII 1427 (Thibursi- 
cum Bare, 3 d ) : Vrbi Romae Aeternae Av- 
g(vstae); III 1422 (Sarmizegetusa, 238): 
Fortvnae Redvci, Lari Viali, Romae Ae- 
ternae; V4484 (Brixia): (Mi) sacerd(oti) 
Vrbis Romae Aeter(nae); V 6991 (Tau- 
rini) : [sacerdot]i Vrbis Romae [Aet]er- 
nae; XII 1120 (Apta): sacerdot(i) Vrbis 
Rom(ae) Aetern(ae); III 5443 (Noricum) : 
sacerdos Vrbis Romae Aeternae; VII 
370 (Uxellodunum) : genio loci, Fortv- 
n(ae) Redvci, Romae Aetern(ae) et fato 
bono; VII 392 (ibid.): Romae Aeternae 
et Fortvnae Redvci ; X 16 (Locri): Romae 
Aeternae. — Vrbs Aeterna, VI 1188- 
1190 (Rome, 5 th ): ob instavratos Vrbi 
Aeternae mvros, portas ac tvrres; VI 
1759 (ibid., 389): annonariam potesta- 
tem Vrbis Aeternae; VI 1793 (ibid., 394): 
in Aetern(a)e Vrbis privatis svis aedebvs 
(sic); VI 9858 (ibid., f): (Me) rhetor 
Vrbis Aeternae; VI 31402 (ibid., 4 th ): 
ex vtilitate Vrbis Aeternae ; VI 32083 
(Rome) : Vrbis Aeternae (only) ; VI 33856 
(ibid., 4 th ): Aeternae Vrbis svae condi- 
toribvs (in dedication bv Maxentius) ; X 
6425 (Circeii, 409-423)": (ille) vicarivs 
Vrbis Aeternae; XI 2115 (Clusium) : (Mi) 
decvriali Vrbis Aeternae. — Add VI 
1756 a (Rome, 395) : aeternos hev! Roma 

TIBI Q_VI POSCERET ANNOS. 

VI. Of the emperors ; (not before Dio- 
cletian and Maximian). 

(a) Imperator a., XI 6623 (ager Fo- 
rosemproniensis, 3 d ): aeterni impera(ra)- 

TORES (sic) DlOCLETIANVS ET MAXIMIANVS J 

V 2817 (Patavium, 3 d ): aeterno impera- 
tori nostro . . . Diocletiano ; VIII 22355 
(Lambaesis, 4 th ): d(omino) n(ostro), ae- 
terno imp(eratori) Constantio ; Rev. 
Arch. (1905) p. 491 (Alexandrea, 4 th ): 
aeternvm imperatorem (Fl. Valentinia- 
num). 

(b) Avgvstvs a. VIII 4764 = 18698 

24 



186 



AETE 



AETE 



(bet Macomades and Signs, 303): Dio- 

CLBTIANE ET MaXIMIANE, AETERNI AVCG. ; 11 

2208 (Cordnba, 806-837): Constantino 
Max(imo) rio, FEi.ici, aeterno Avi..; Ill 
17 = ii.")S.") (Aleiandrea, 4 th ) : Constan- 
tino aeterno Avgvsto; III 13734 (Man. 

Tropaeum, 4 th ) : Fl(avio) Val(erio) Con- 
stantino et V[al(erio) Licin]ia[no Li- 
cinio] pus, felicibvs, aeternis Avgg. ; IX 
59 1!) (Interocrium, 4 1 ' 1 ): d(omini) n(ostri) 
Maxenti invicti aeterni et clementissimi 
Avg. ; XI 6031 (ager Foro.semproniensis, 

4 th ) - PIO, FELICI, INVICTO ET AETERNO Av- 

gvsto (Maxcatio); X 6868 (bet. Min- 
turnae and Sinuessa, 4 th ): domin[o no- 
stroJ C. Valer[io] Maxentio [p(io) f(e- 
lici)] iNvicTO et [ae]terno Av[g.] ; VI 
216 (Rome, 4 th ): aeterni Avgvsti. 
(c) Princeps a. VI 1749 (Rome, 421): 

AETERNORVM PRINCIPVM IVDICIVJYl ; III 167 

(Berytus, 344): dd. nn. Constanti et 

CONSTANTIS, AETERNORVM PRINCIPVM; IX 

417 (Aceruntia, 361-3): d(omino) n(o- 
stro) Cl(avdio) Ivliano Avg., aeterno 
principi ; XI 6658 (Parma, ibid.): aeterno 
principi domino nostro Flavio Clavdio 
Ivliano; VI 1727 (Rome, 5 th ): aeterni 
principes (Arcadius and Hoaorius); XI 
6659, 6660 (Parma, 364-375): aeternis 

VENERANDISQ_VE PRINCIPIBVS DD. NN. Va- 

lentiniano et Valenti ; VIII 8480 (Si- 
tifis, before 392): Valentiniani, Theodosi 

ET [ARCADi], AETERNORVM PRINCIPVM; VI 

1676 (Rome, before 395) : dd. nn. aeternis 

PRINCIPIBVS HONORI^O ET THEODOSIO] \ VI 

31987 (Rome, 5 th )': felicitate aeterni 
pRiNciPis (Honori). 

(d) Dominvs a. VIII 10224 (bet. Tha- 
mugadi and Lambaesis, 4 th ): aetern[o 
Li]cinio d(omino) nostr(o) Avg.,; VIII 
10222 (ibid.): aeterno d(omino) nostr(o) 
Caesari Constantio Avg. 

(e) Caesar a. VIII 22318 (near Tha- 
mugadi, 292-305): aeterno nobilissimo 
Caes(ari) Flavio Valerio Constantio. 

(/) Trivmphator a. Ill 3705 (Sir- 
mium, 354): Imp(erator) Caes(ar) Fla- 
(vivs) Ivl(ivs) Constantivs . . . TRIVMFA- 
tor (sic) aeternvs. — Add VI 1184 
(Rome, 4 th ): arcvm ad conclvdendvm 

OPVS OMNE PORTICVVM MAXIMARVM AETERNI 

nominis svi (i. e. of Gratianns, Valen- 
tinianus, Theodosius). 



VI I. Of the army, as title of the Legio 
Secunda Part hi ca. XIV 2278 (ager Al- 
liums) : (illius) [ub]rari [le]g(ionis) ii 
Par[th]icae Eter(nae) (sic); VI 3408 
(Rome): leg(io) ii P(arthica) P(ia) F(e- 
lix) F(idelis) A(eterna) ; VI 2579 (Rome): 
mil(es) leg(ionis) ii Parthice Antoniniane 
P(ie) F(elicis) F(idelis) Eterne (sic); VI 
3373 = XIV 2283 (near Rome): (ille) 

MILITAVIT IN LEG(lONE) II PaRt(hICa) An- 

toninian(a) Ae(terna) Pi(a) Fi(deli);VI 
3403 (Rome): mil(es) leg(ionis) ii Par- 
thice Severiane P(ie) F(idelis) Aeternes 
(sic); VI 3404 (Rome): mil(es) leg(ionis) 
ii Parth(icae) Severianae P(iae) F(elicis) 
F(idelis) Aeternae; III 187 (Apamea acl 
Orontem): leg(io) ii Part(hica) [S]eve- 
rian(a) (P)(ia) F(elix) Aeter(na) ; VI 
793 = XIV 2258 (near Rome, 241): mi- 
lites leg(ionis) ii Parth(icae) [Philippia- 
nae] P(iae) F(elicis) F(idelis) Aet(ernae). 
— Add III 113 (Arabia): leg(io) ii Ae- 
<t)(erna) ?. 

VIII. Adverbial phrases. [Cf. s. v. AE- 
TERNO, AETER.NVM, above], in aeter- 
nvm, « forever ». VI 510 (Rome, 376): 

TAVROBOLIO CRIO BOLIOQ_(ve) IN AETERNVM 

renatvs; VI 736 (Rome, 391): arcanis 
perfvsionibvs in a. renatvs ; Edict. Dio- 
clet., Introd. I 4: in a. fvndatam qvie- 
tem ; XI 258 (Ravenna, f) : ivssit in ae- 

TERNVM FETVS PRODVCERE TERRAM ; XI 2330 

(Clusium) : conivgi karissimae (sic) adqve 
(sic) in a. desiderantissimae; X 1091 
(Nuceria Alfaterna): cvivs fama, pietas 
vibit (sic) in a. ; XIII 2058 (Lugudunum): 
have in a., Q. Anchari!; Ill 3171 (Dal- 
matia) : habitat in aete[rnvm (or -o) hanc] 
domvm; XII 1045 (Avennio, 587): vivit 

IN AETERNVM, NVLLVM MORITVRA PER AEVVM ; 

Bull. Arch. Or. (1892) p. 134 (Rome, f): 

PAX TECVM SIT IN A. CVM TVIS ! ; VIII 21461 

(Aquae Calidae?): in aeter(n)vm vale!; 
VIII 1523=15539 (Thugga): vt sit in 

AETERNVM CONDITA FAMA LOCI ; Pais 684 

(Brixia): [hanc] arca(m) (ilia) in a. [fe- 
cit]; VIII 15420 (Mini. Thim. Bure, 4 th ): 
nvmini eorvm devota in a.; VIII 15451 
(Uci Mains, 4 th ) : devotorvm nvmini ma- 
iestatiqve Eivs in a. ; Rossi 36 (Rome, f, 
329?): natvs est (ille) in eternvm (sic); 
Le Blant 621 b (Gallia, T , 7 th ) : vibat (sic) 
cv(m) (Christo) in eternv (sic), ame(n); 






AETE 



AETH 



187 



Hiibn, Hisp. 363 (near Hispalis, f , 7 th ) : 

HONOR DE NOMINE CVIVS POLLET IN AETER- 

nvm. Add, III 6151 (Transmarisca, 293- 
300), VIII 14684 (Simitthus, 214). — 
IN AETERNO: «forever". VI 9663 
(Rome): cvivs fama in aeterno nota 
est; Carm. Lat. 612 (Rome): hanc in ae- 
terno SIBI SEDEM CONSTANTIA Q_VAERENS J 

V 8958 (Chieri, 488): vt viveret [in] 
aeterno; Boldetti Cim. p. 417 (Rome, ■[-): 

DlOSCORE, VIBE (sic) IN AETERNO J Bllll. 

Arch. Cr. (1888-9) p. 74 (Rome, f): vibas 
(sic), Pontia, in aeterno !; XIII 10025 280 
(Bononia, glass vase): vivas in eterno! 
(sic); XII 944 (Arelate, f) : nvnc et in 
aeterno; XII 5349 (Narbo, f ) : et in 
eterno (sic) locav[erv]nt atria ( Christo); 
VIII 12279 (Avitta Bibba): in aeterno 
locata manebis. 

AETETVS (= ahtjTog, Lat. impetratvs 
q. v.). As title of Juppiter, III 1352 (Da- 
cia) : I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) [A]eteto 
(ilk). 

AETHER, k The upper air » , « heavens » . 
(Cf. AETHRA). Freq. in verse. [Forms, 
aeter, VIII 10828, 18792 (Tigisis) ; ether, 
Carm. Lat. 621 = Notiz. (1892) p. 4 
(Concordia, 4 th ). — Ace. sing, (regularly 
aethera, never -em), aethra, VI 1756« 
(Rome, 395). — Abbrev., aether, abl., VI 
10053 (Rome)]. 

(a) Of the divisions of the firmament, 
earth, air and sea. XIV 3565 (Tibur) : 
q_vod solvm [repl]et, aethera atqve 

PONTVM. 

(b) Of the upper air, space; the abode 
of the gods and of souls, heaven. VI 21521 
(Rome): vidi sidereo radiantem lvmine 

FORMAM AETHERE DELABI J XII 944 (Al'e- 

late, f) : atqve perassidvis concentibvs 
aethera plavdent ; Carm. Lat. 621 = 
Notiz. (1892) p. 4 (Concordia, 4 th ) : cvivs 

FAMA SVPER ETHERA (sic) NOTVS (cf. Vei"g. 

Aen. I 379); VIII 10828, 18792 (Tigi- 
sis): conscivs aeter (sic ; cf. Verg. Aen. 
IV 167); V 6728 (Vercellae, f, 6 th ): 

QVAMQ_VAM ARVIS GRADIENS, MENTE AETHERA 

pvlsat; XIII 3654 (Treveri) : lvctificvs 
Titan nvmqvam (sic) magis aethera [con- 
tra egit eqvos], (= Lucau, Phars. VII 
2); VI 1756a (Rome, 395): dilectae 

GREMIO RAPTVS IN AETHRA (sic) PROBAE ; 

VI 1756£ (ibid.): in aetheris aeqvore 



tvtvm cvrris iter; IX 2042 (Beneven- 
tam): in cineres corpvs et in aethera 
vita solvta est; XII 2660 (Alba Helvo- 
rum) : exacto vitae transcendit ad ae- 
thera cvrsv; Ihm, Damasi Epigram. 2 
(Rome, 4 th ) 1. 11: svbito trans aethera 
vectvs; ib. 30 (ibid.) 1. 3 : aetheris alta 
petit, Christo comitante, b^atvs ; ib. 91 
(Rome, 5 th ): Q_yi natvm passvmqve Devm 

REPETISSE PATERNAS SEDES ATQVE ITERVM 
VENTVRVM EX AETHERE CREDIT J V 2 p. 623 16 

(Mediolanium, f): et te, virgo, tvvs 

TRANSVEXIT AD AETHERA SpONSVS ; RoSSi II 

p. 149, 16 1. 6 (Rome, f): effvsasq_(ve) 
p(re)ces mittat ad a[et]hra sva (sic) ; 
Hiibn. Hisp. 393 (Toletum, 8 th ) : aeqvam 

HIC HABEAT SORTEM IN AETHERA. 

(c) As name of race-horse. VI 10053 
(Rome): (Me vicit) Aether(e) Af(ro) 
XXX (= Iriciens). 

AETHERIVS. ■ Celestial >. (Mainly in 
Chr. verse). 

[Forms: aeterivs, V 2 p. 619* bis (Me- 
diolanium, f ) : aeterevs, Carm. Lat. 720 = 
Hiibn. Hisp. 142 (Legio, 630); aetherevs, 
IX 952 (Aecae), XI 259 (Ravenna) ; e.the- 
revs, Hiibn. Hisp. 455 (Lucena, 925); 
etherivs, XII 5347 (Narbo)]. 

(a) In Pagan verse, rare. VIII 212 
(Cillium, 2 nd ) 1. 16: per qvos aetherias 

SVRGVNT MONIMENTA (Sic) PER AVRAS. 

(b) In Chr. verse, freq. VI 1756 £ 
(Rome, 395) 1. 23: qvi nova decedens 

MVNERIS AETHERII VESTIMENTA TVLIT ; Carm. 

Lat. 1414 1. 9 = Rossi II p. 106, 49 
(Rome) : lavdibvs aetheriis famvlatvs 
mente fideli ; XI 4631 (Carsulae); Pontia, 
sidereis aspirans vvltibvs olim hic iacet ; 
aetherio semine lapsa fvit ; Carm. Lat. 
287 == VI *781 (Rome, 4 th ): Martia 

THEVDOSIVM (Sic) DOMINORVM ROMA PA- 
RENTEM AETHERIO DIVVM VENERANS SACRAV1T 

in orbe; VI 19049 (Rome): sit tamen 

AETHERIA VIv[a INTER SID]ERA SEDE KAMA ! J 

Rossi 329 (Rome, 383) : aetheriam cvpiens 
caeli conscendere lvcem j XII 944 (Are- 
late) : lvcis et aetheriae penitrans (sic) 
fastigia laetvs; XI 259 (Raveuua) : prin- 
cipis aetherei (sic, of Simon Peter); IX 
952 (Aecae): [spiratvs ae]thereas (sic) 
ardet adire domvs; XII 5347 (Narbo, 
frgmt): et domvs etheri[a] (sic); Ihm, 
Damasi Epigram., 23 1. 5 and 43 1, 5 



188 



AF/m 



AEVO 



( UOIIIO, 4 th ) : AETHERIAS PETIERE DOMOS RE- 

gnaqve piorvm; il). 2(3 1. 5 (ibid.): ae- 

THERIOS PETIERE SINVS REGNAQVE PIORVM J 

V* p. 017 : (Mediolanium) : cvm petit ae- 
tmerias nvmine ivssa vias ; V 6266 (ibid.): 

PVRIOR AETMERIAS GRADERIS SINE CARNE PER 

arces ; V- p. (il!)-' (ibid.): cvicvnq_(ve) 

AETHERIA QVI REGNET IN ARCE SACERDOSJ 

V- p. 619* biB (ibid.) : qj/amvis aeteria (sic) 
regnet in ARCE sacerdos ; V 6733 (Ver- 
cellae): ctyiSQvis post mvndvm aetherias 

CONSCENDERE PLAGAS POSSE PVTAT ; Cai'lD. 

Lat. 720 = Hiibn. Hisp. 142 (Legio, 630): 

RAPTVS AETEREAS (sic) SVBITO SIC VENIT AD 

avras; Carm. Lat. 726 (Rome, 783): vi- 

VAT IN AETHERIO FELIX PER SECLA (sic) [SE- 

natv]; Hubn. Hisp. 455 (Lucena, 925): 

ETHEREIS (SIC) IVNGATVR SORTE BEATA LO- 
CATVS. 

AETHIOPES. The inhabitants of Ae- 
tbiopia, q. v.; - Aethiopians ». [="AiO.'o- 
Tttg]. III 14147 5 (Philae, 17 B. C): le- 
g[atisqve re]gis Aethiopvm ad Philas 
avditis = ds^ccfisvog ts nqia^eig Aidio- 
noiv iv <Pilcac. 

AETHIOPIA. [= AiBioma]. Aethiopia, 
the region soutb of Egypt, bordering on 
the Sinus Arabicics; now Abyssinia etc. 
Ill 14147 5 (Philae, 17 B. C.) 1. 13: rege 

IN TVTELAM RECEPTO, TYRANn[o] Tr[ IA- 

kontas] choenvndi (sic) Aethiopiae CON- 
stitvto = rrooii-riccv naocc roc ^aaiXt'wg 
).[_a ; -liov iv~\ouvr6v zs tTjC, ToictxovvaG%ol- 
vov Tonao%ia\jf\ fiiag iv 'Aidioma xa- 
vaGTrjGecg; K. G. divi Ang. cap. 26 1. 19 : 
meo ivssv et a[v]spicio dvcti svnt [dvo] 
exercitvs eodem fere tempore in Ae- 
thiopiam et in Ar[a]biam; ib. cap. 26 
1. 21: QA]ethiopiam vsqve ad oppidvm 
Nabata perventv[m est]; Dessau 8614 
(ager Segusianorum?, horologium vialo- 
rium) 1. 7: Aethiopiae (latitudo) XXX. 

AETHNAVIRI. Apparently name of a 
people, wholly unknown, VIII 7759 (Cir- 
ta") : svm satvs Aethnaviros vbi cingvnt 
Anspagae moles. [Ed. loc. cit.: « A. quid 
sit nescimus ; Buecheler, Carm. Lat. 1327 
note: « qui sint ignoramus, pules ob Aet- 
naei nominis claritatem memoratos »]. 

AETHOGVRSENSIS. Inhabitant of Ae- 
thognrsa (sic for Aethogurza), a town of 
the Provincia Byzacena in Africa, iu the 
district of Gurza, [See GVRZA. GVR- 



ZENSIS]. VIII 68 (Gurza, 12 B.C.): 

BONCAR AZZRVBALIS (sic) f(iLIVs), AETHO- 
GVRSENSIS. 

AETHRA. (= ai'dQif). * The upper air ■ , 
■ heaven ». (Cf. AETHER]. V 6723 (Ver- 
cellae. f) 1. 23: terrenas vicit labes pvr- 

GATIOR AETHRA ; ib. 1. 10: PVRGATAM IN 
TERRIS ANIMAM REVOCARE PER AETHRA (sic, 

acc); V- p. 618 9 (Mediolauium, f): me 

POSITIS MEMBRIS PVRVS PERREXIT AD AE- 

thram; VI 537 (Rome, 4 th ): ibis in opta- 
tas sedes; nam Ivppiter aethram pandit, 
Feste, tibi, candidvs vt venias ; VI 32433 
(Rome, 4 th , frgmt.) : [. . .] perabilis ae- 
trhae (sic). 

AETHVCOLIS. Apparently name of a 
local Gallic divinity. XII 5724 (Antipo- 
lis) : (ilia) [fla]minic\, sacer[do]s Ae- 
thvcolis [test]amento f(ieri) i(vssit). 
[Hirschfeld, XII Indices, suggests the 
emendation sacer[dos de]ae Thvcolis]. 

AETIAM. See ETIAM. 

AETICVM ge/is, name of a Spanish 
clan. II 5781 (Segontia): Annae Aeti- 
cvm, Tetis f(iliae). 

AETOLIA. A country of northern Greece 
on the outer Corinthian gulf, between 
Acarnania on the west and Locris on the 
east; conquered by M. Fulvius Nobilior 
iu 189 B. C. I 534 = XIV 2601 (Tu- 
sculum, Augustan Age) : M. Fvlvivs M. f. 
Ser. n. co(n)s(vl) Aetolia (sic, abl.) 
cepit. 

AETOLVS. * Aetolian », as breed of 
race-horse. VI 10053 (Rome): (ilk vicit) 
Arcad(e) Aet(olo) XVI (= sexies decies). 

AETOMA. (= aetata, Lat. fastigium). 
The triangular « pediment » of a temple 
or other building. [Gk. 3 d or Lat. 1 st 
dec!.] Ill 1174 (Apulum, 198-211): col- 
l(egivm) centonarior(vm) scholam cvm 

AETOMA PECVNIA SVA FECIT | III 1212 (Apil- 

lum) ; ad extrvction(em) aetomae ded(it) 
hs. n VI; III 6671 (Berytus): genivm 
cvm [colv]mnis et aetomate et incrv- 
sta[tione] marm(orea) de svo fec(it); 
III 10917 (Savaria, frgmt.): arcvm, ae- 
to[ma, port]am; XIII 5949 (Germania 
Sup., frgmt.) : aetoma. 

AETRVRIA. See ETRVRIA. 

AETRVSCVS. See ETRVSCVS. 

AEVITERNVS. See AETERNVS. 

AEVOCATVS. See EVOCATVS. 



AEVV 



AEVV 



189 






AEVVM, AEVOM. «Life», «age», 
* time » , « eternity » . [Freq. in verse, 
rare in prose]. 

[Forms, aevom, I 1008 = VI 25369 
(Rome, B. C.), VI 13481, 23083, 30126 
(Rome); XIV 3709, 3826 (Tibnr); X 
6785 (Pandateria), 7576 (Carales, 2 ml ); 

V 2289 (Altinum); VIII 212 (Cillium, 
2"d). _ AEVM , VI 537 (Rome, 5 th ), 
30106, 35585 (Rome), Carm. Lat. 1431 
= Rossi II p. 106, 50 and p. 107, 54; 
Bull. Arch. Cr. (1898) p. 63 (Rome, +); 
I 1220 = IX 1837 (Beneventum, B. C); 
III 7868 (Micia); XIII 5042 (Minnodu- 
num). — evvm, VIII 9183 (near Auzia); 
Carm. Lat. 678 = Rossi 464 (Rome, f , 
398); Carm. Lat. 321 (Mogontiacum, f ) ; 
ibid. 699 = Rossi II p. 294, 3 (Tarra- 
conensis, f, 6 th ); Hiibu. Hisp. 378 (Cor- 
duba, f , 682). — ebvm. VIII 684 (near 
Mactar, f ). — ews (sic), Hiibn. Hisp. 
464 (near Corduba, 982)]. 

I. Of existence on earth. « Life », « life- 
time», «span of life », « period of life ». 

VI 537 (Rome, 5 th ): carmina mvlta se- 

RENS, VITAM INSONS, INTEGER. AEVM (S/'c), 

conivgio laetvs; XII 2660 (Alba Hel- 
vorum) : aevi ingens, genvs egregivm, 
atq_(ve) ordine princeps; V 5320 (Co- 
mum): VITA BREVIS LONGO MELIOR MOR- 

talibvs aevo; VI 24520 (Rome): mente 

SENES, AEVO SED PERIERE [bREVJI ; XI 3194 

(Falerii, -J-): omnibvs officiis praepollens, 
sed brevis aevo; XII 5411 (Tolosa) : co- 
niv[gio nostro] spativm breve contigit 
aevi; XI 382 (Ariminum): pater toto 
venerabilis aevo; XI 258 (Ravenna, f): 
hvnc Sator omnipotens rervm ditissimvs 
ipse mvltiflvis opibvs longvm ditavit in 
aevvm ; X 6785 (Pandateria): praefvit 

HIC LONGVM TIBI, PaNDOTIRA (sic), PER 

aevom (sic); V 5737 (ager Mediolanieu- 

Sis, j-, 6 th ): NVLLIS VITA DOLIS CVNCTVM 

violata per aevvm ; V 2 p. 618 9 (Medio- 
lanium, f): qvem generosa domvs longo 
sibi credidit aevo mansvrvm colvmen (re- 
ferring to a man); X 1688 (Puteoli): 
[sospes vbi an]noso mea Clavdia lvcis 
in aevo [prospicia^t lepidam pvlchra 
anvs in svbolem (as completed bv Bue- 
cheler Carm. Lai. 888); VI 21846 (Rome): 

INFELIX AEVO TAM CITO QVAE CARVIT J V 

4445 (Brixia): fessvs aevo; I 1202 = X 



4362 (Capua) : non aevo exsacto (sic) 
vitai (sic) es traditvs morti; VI 32031 
(Rome, f , 525) : hinc est qvod toto sem- 
per te flebimvs aevo; III 754 = 7436 
(Nicopolis) : et foveas aevi monvmentvm 
tempore grato; VIII 1922 (Theveste) : 
SE vivo fec(it), et conivgi aevo praefi- 
nitae fec(it). [Cf. notes of Wilmanns 
and Mommsen ad loc.~]; X 1315 (Nola): 

TANTVM LIQVI DOLORE MALVM LACRIMASQVE 

parentibvs aevo; Carm. Lat. 1431 = Rossi 
II p. 106, 50 and p. 107, 54 (Rome, +): 

VIXIMVS ET MVTVVM QVODCVMQVE EXEGIMVS 

aeo (sic); I 1009 = VI 10096 (Rome, 

B. C.): HEIC VIRIDIS AETAS CVM FLORERET 
ARTIBVS, CRESCENTE ET AEVO GLORIAM CON- 

scenderet; Carm. Lat. 1337 = Rossi II 
p. 122, 12 (Rome?, f): hev me, nate, 
IACES TENERO svbtractvs in aevo ; XI 
315 (Ravenna, f, 571?): ivvenali svsce- 
ptvs in aevo; X 1370 (Nola): [exegit 

v]lTAM FLORENTE ClNEGIVS AEVO ; XII 2127 

(Vienna, f ) : aeterna hic Martina in pace 
qviescit q_vi (sic) [fl]oren[tem a]evvm 
[... e]git; XII 2130 (Vienna,!): qvi 
florentem aevvm lx egit per annos; V 
6202 (Mediolanium, f) : ter denos aevo 

BINOSQ_VE QVATER ATTVLIT ANNOS ; XII 

592 (Aquae Sextiae, f) : bis vndenos aevi 

COMPLETIS DVXIT MENSIBVS ANNOS J XII 

5787 (ibid., frgmt.): ... felliciter (sic) 
aevo. — Note: Hiibu. Hisp. 378 (Cor- 
duba, 682): migravit ab hoc Evo (sic ; 
cf. ab hoc saecido) ; and evi (sic) in sense 
of anni, ibid. 464 (near Corduba, 982) : 

LXXV EVOS Q_(v)l VIXIT. 

II. Of indefinite titne ; « succeeding 
ages », « the future », «■ future life », 
» eternity ». VI 1196 (Rome, 4 th ): qvod 

GETARVM NATIONEM IN OMNE AEVVM DO- 

c[v]ere exti[ngvi]; VIII 212 (Cillium, 
2 nd ) 1. 36: nil alivt (sic) melivs fieri, 

NISI VIRIBVS AEVI QVOT (Sic) POSSIT DV- 
RARE DIV SVB HONORE DEORVM J ib. 1. 58.' 
MAVOLT HAEC MONVMENTA SEQJ/I SCRIPTIS- 
Q_(VE) PER AEVOM (sic) [v]lVERE NOMINIBVSJ 

VIII 758 (Gales): egregiam inperpetvvm 
(sic) aevi saecvlorvmq_(ve) TESTATA me- 
moriam; LeBlant429 (Vienna, 6 th ): trans- 
acts cvrsibvs aevi ; V 1494 (Aquileia) : 
hoc mon[vmentvm] ita vti defi[n]i[tvm] 
terminatvmqJve) es[t] qvamdiv per ae- 
v[vm] stare potverit; VIII 684 (near 



190 



AEVV 



AFKK 



Maotar, -}•): ne dvbivm long(o) vmqvam 
<q_)vereretvr in EBO (8>c)\ Carm. Lat. 
678 = Rossi 404 (Rome. -;-, 398) : ne dv- 

IUVM LONGO QVAERATVR IN Ev[o] | I 1220 

= IX 1837 (Heneventum, B. C): nvnc 

DATA SVM DlTI LONCVM MANSVRA PER AE- 

vvm: XII 1045 (Avennio, 587): vivit in 

AETERNVM, NVLLVM MORITVRA PER AEVVM ; 

Le Blant 425 (Vienna, lh ): vmbra per- 

PETVA LETI NVLLVM SOLVTVRA PER AEVVM ; 

XIV 3826 (Tibur): hic in flore cvbat, 

LONGVM SECVRVS IN AEVOM (s/'c) ', X 7576 

(Carales, 2 nd ): nvmine mvtato fvlget 

POMPTILLA PER AEVOM [stC \ \. Q. « I I 1)10 

Pomptillae colebatur sicut viri genius 
dum in vivis erat mulier\ iam numine 
mutato Iuao est inferna, Buecheler Cam. 
Lat. 1551^); Carm. Lat. 699 = Rossi II 
p. 294, 3 (Tarraconensis, 6 th ): n vmqvam 

ABOLENDA PER EVVM (sic) MERITA ; VI 7578 

(Rome, 120): hoc ego svm tvmvlo Mar- 
cianvs redditvs aevo (i. e. aeternitati); 
I 1008 = VI 25369 (Rome, B. C.) : [do- 

MVNl] AETERNAM, VBEI [SIC) OMNES PARITER 

aevom (sic) degere[nt]; XII 942 (Are- 
late, -J-, 4 th ): aeterno hic positvs vivit 
Concordivs aevo. — Note adv. expres- 
sions: IN AEVVM, IN AEVO B for eVei' " . 
[Cf. IN AETERNVM, IN AETERNO S. V. AE- 

TERNVS § VIII, in perpetvvm, etc.] Ill 
7868 (Micia): have, pvella, mvltvm, ad- 
qv(e) in aevm (sic) vale!; V 2289 (Al- 
tinum) : in [a]evom (sic) valer[e] volo; 
XIV 3709 (Tibur): stare semper in ae- 
vom (sic); XIII 5042 (Minnodunum) : 
(denarios tot), ex qvorvm vssvr(a) (sic) 

GYMNASIVM . . . PER TRIDVM (sic) ... IN 

aevm (sic) [daretvr]; VIII 4692 (Ma- 
daura): ad propagandam in aevvm memo- 
riam; VI 17985 a (Rome) : hospitivmqve 

MIHI SECVRA SERVAVIT IN AEVVMJ VI 23083 

(Rome) : Blesivs hoc Novivs reqviem sor- 
titvs in aevom (sic); VI 13481 (Rome): 

ROMA MIHI PATRIA, NOMEN MEV (sic) PrI- 

mvs in aevom (sic) ; XI 6080 (Urvinum 
Mataurense): et svbito m(a)estvm (me) 

RAPTA RELIQVIT IN AEVVM J VI 30106 

(Rome): frater dolitvrvs in aevm (sic); 
IX 5566 (Tolentinum, f): omnipotens 

DOMINVS TVMVLVS (sic) CVSTODIT IN AE- 
VVM ; Carm. Lat. 321 = Kraus 38 (Mo- 
gontiacum, f): D(omi)n(v)s te servet in 
evvm (sic) ; VIII 9183 (near Auzia). 



\y LAVDE^S VT HONOR AMPLIET IN EVVM 

(sic); VI 30126 (Rome, frgmt.): ivdi- 
cavit in aevom (sic). — XI 1354 (Luna, 

255): TESTEM FVTVRVM IN AEVO I1VIVS CON- 
SENTS nostri ; XI 6080 (Urvinum Ma- 
taurense) : parentesmisf.ri vvevm pativntvr 
in aevo dolorem; VI «J5585 (Rome): 

FECI BENE MERENT[l] IN AEO (SIC 1 ) ; VI 

25128 (Rome, frgmt.): [spargere . . .] 
adqve mero tvmvlvm mihi in aevo ; Rossi 
211 (Rome, f, 369): cvivs tantvs amor 

ET CARITAS RETENETVR (sic) AB AMICIS IN 
AEVO. 

AEXILVAS. Judging by its position, 
apparently local adj. referring to some 
place wholly unknown. Ill 3322 (Lusso- 
nium) : Oplvs Laepocvs Volsetis f(ilivs), 
Aexilvas, vet(eranvs). 

AEZANENSIS. « Of Aezani » ('AtCavoi), 
a town of Phrygia Epiktetos between Cadi 
and Cotiaeum, near the source of the 
Rhyndacus and the confines of Bithynia, 
(now Tschawdir-Hissar.). As title of Jup- 
piter, III 355 b (Aezani, 1 st ): ager Ae- 
zanensi Iovi dicatvs [Cf. sq.]. 

AEZANITICVS. ■ Of Aezani ». [Cf. 
above]. Ill 355^ (Aezani, 1 st ): circa re- 
gionem Aezaniticam. As title of Juppiter, 
III 355c (ibid.): in ea re[gione] qvae 
Iovi Aezanitico dicata dicitvr. 

AF. Prep. See A-AB supra p. 14. 

AFER. Adj., subst. «African". (Cf. 
AFRICANVS, AFRICVS). 

[Forms: Hafre dat. masc, X 1974 (Pu- 
teoli); Affrorvm, Bonner Jahrb. (1902) 
p. 96 no. 35 (Col. Agripp.). — Abbrev.: 
af. VI 10047, 10053, Notiz. (1902) p. 511 
= Rev. Arch. (1903) p. 161 = Annee 
Epigr. (1903) p. 65 (Rome); Garrucci, 
Graffiti pp. 99, 100 (Rome) ; X 3643 (Mi- 
senum); VIII 238 (Eburacum). — Afr., 
IX 5841 (Auximum) ; Bonn. Jahrb. (1902) 
p. 96 no. 38 (Col. Agripp.). — Afror., 
VIII 14364 (Uccula). — Afro., Bonn. 
Jahrb. (1902) p. 96 no. 35 (Col. Agripp.)]. 

(I) Adj. VIII 4508 (Zarai, 202): ce- 
tera vestis Afra in singvlas lacinias; 
Ed. Dioclet. 6, 41 (III p. 1933); bvlbi 

AFRI SIBAE (sic) Fa[b]rIANI MAXIMl n(v- 

mer)o viginti (denarios) dvodecim; ib. 
19, 61, (III p. 1943): [sagvm A]frvm = 
auyog %(pQog; II 1180 (Hispalis, 2 nd ): 

ADIVTORI (Ulius) PRAEF(ECTl) ANNOn(ae) 



AFER AFLV 191 

adolevm (sic) Afrvm et Hispanvm recen- no. 38 (ibid.): eq_(ves) al(ae) Afr(orvm), 

sendvm; XIV 4142 (Ostia, 173) : domini tvrma Firmani. — VI 3529 (Rome) : (Mi) 

navivm Afrarvm vniversarvm (i. e. ships pr(a)efecto cohortis Afrorvm in Daciani 

that brought African products to Rome) ; (sic); IX 5841 (Auxirnum): praefecto 

VI 10048 (Rome, 2 nd ): [inter em]inentes coh(ortis) i Afr(orvm) c(ivivm) R(oma- 

agitatores introivgis Afris plvrimvm vi- norvm) eq_(vitatae). 

cervnt; VI 10054 (ibid.): [d]vobvs in- (b) Of race-horses bred in Africa. 

troivg(is) A[fr.s]. (Cf. below, African VI 10047, 10053, 10056; Notiz. (1902) 

horses, § II*). — VI 12281 (Rome): p. 511 = Rev. Arch. (1903) p. 161 = 

(ilia), Venvs Afra ; VII 238 (Eburacum) : Annee Epigr. (1903) pp. 36 and 65 (Rome). 

mat(ribvs) Af(ris), Ita(licis), Ga(llicis), [Cf. introivgi Afri above, § I]. 

« mother-deities ». (Cf. matres s.v. ma- AFFECTIO. See ADFECTIO. 

ter). AFFECTVS. See ADFECTVS. 

II. Subst. (a) Of persons. Ille, ilia na- AFFIGO. See ADFIGO. 

tione Afer, Afra, VI 2431, 3171, 3212, AFFINIS. See ADFINIS. 

10058, 32802 (Rome); X 1772 (Puteoli, AFFLIGO. See ADFLIGO. 

2 n(1 ), 1974, 1983 (Puteoli), 3389, 3400«. AFFLVENTIA. See AFLVENTIA. 

3422, 3433, 3435, 3550, 3630, 3634, AFFLVO. See AFLVO. 

3643, 3644 (Misenum) ; III 2127^, 8825 AFINIANVS. Adj. « Of Afinius ». (a) 

(Salonae), 12013 9 (Noricum, dolium), Afiniana praedia, name of an estate at 

12056, 12057 (Alexandria); Hiibn. Hisp. Catiua (Catana) in Sicily. X 7041 (Ca- 

372 (Malaca, f). — XIII 2000 (Lugu- tina): (Me) qvi fvit vilicvs Afinianis. 

dunum): (Mi us) natione Afri, civi Car- (b) Former slave of Afinius. VI 2316 

thaginesi (sic); XII 686 (Arelate): (Me) (Rome): Helivs Afinianvs, pvblicv(s) av- 

[na]tione Afer Bizacinvs (sic). — (Hie) gvrvm. 

civis Afer, XIV 481 (Ostia); XI 61 AFLIAE matronae. Matron-deities of 

(Ravenna, f) ; III 13137 (Salonae, f), the Ubii in Germany. [Cf. s.v. mater, 

5230 (Celeia). — (Hie) domo Afer?, Ill matrona]. Bramb. 338 (Col. Agrippinen- 

4379 (Arrabona). — (Hie) Afer, VI 9895, sis): matronis Afliabvs. (Ille) pro se et 

Garrucci, Graffiti pp. 97, 98 (Rome); III svis ex imperio ipsarvm; Dessau 4799 = 

14214 (Mun. Tropaeum, 2 nd ). — Garrucci, Bonner Jahrb. LXXIV (1882) p. 199 = 

Graffiti p. 99 (Rome): Nikainsis (sic) ibid. (1902) 272 (Wesseling): matronis 

Af(er) Hadrimtinvs(s/£); ib. p. 100 (ibid.): Aflims (sic) (ille) v(otvm) s(olvit) l(i- 

Nikaensis Af(er) Hadrimetinvs (sic) and bens) m(erito). [The latter is old Ger- 

Nsixca)vGeiQ (sic) 'Ji<f(Qog) Adgv^zivog, manic dat.]. 

and Evgamvs Af(er) Kartha(ginensis); II AFLVENTIA. (Sic in inscrr. for af- 

105 (Pax Julia) : (ille) Napolitanvs (sic) flventia). (a) Lit., of water, «flow». 

Afer. — (Ilia) Afra, VI 6507 (Rome. Ill 7000 (Orcistus, 4 th ): aqvarv[m] ibi 

1 st ); IV 2993 zg (Pompeii). — (Ilia) abvndantem aflv[e]ntiam. — (b) In ex- 

Afra peregrina, X 2054 (Puteoli). — tended application, «affluence", « abun- 

VIII 14364 (Uccula): civitas Vccvla de- dance ». Ed. Diocl. Introd. I 1. 24 (III 

creto Afror(vm) posvit. (Cf. note ad p. 1929): in qv(a)estvm trahere etiam 

loc). — In the army. Rev. Arch. (1906) beneficia divina ac pvblicae felicitatis 

p. 222 (Mogontiacum, 1 st ): qvi militant aflventiam; ib. II 1. 7 (III p. 1930): fe- 

in alis sex, (including) Afrorvm vete- licitate optatae vilitatis et velvt qvo- 

rana ; Brambach 66 (Geldern) : (ille) dam aflventiae privilegio. [Cf. AFLVO]. 

vet(eranvs) alae Afrorvm; VI 31863 [AFLVNIENSIS, false reading for aemi- 

(Rome) : praef(ectvs) alae Afrorvm ; niensis q. v. Eph. Epigr. I p. 183, cor- 

Bonner Jahrb. (1902) p. 96 no. 35 (Col. rected Corp. II 5639. Cf. II 2559]. 

Agrippinensis): (Me) cives (sic) Marsacvs, AFLVO, -ERE. (Sic in inscrr. for afflvo). 

eq_(ves) alae Affro(rvm) (sic), tvrma («) Lit., of water, « to flow abundantly » . 

Flavi; ib. no. 36 (ibid.): eq_(ves) alae Dessau 5700 = Notiz. (1896) p. 116 = 

Afrorvm, tvr(ma) Preci Capitonis ; ib. Mitth. (1896) p. 256 (Tarentum, 4 th ): 



192 



APR A 



AFRI 



AH.VEn[tem NV JMl'IIALEM AQVAM. — {/') III 

1 application, - to (low in - . Ed. 
Diocl. Introd. II 12 till p. 1980): in his 

LOCIS VBI COPIA RERVM PERSPIC1ETVR AFLVE- 

re. [Cf. AFLVENTIA]. 

afranianvs fundus. Estate «ofAfra- 
nius -. \1 1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ) 3,49: fvn- 

d(vm) Dellianvm Afranianvm ... in Ve- 

LEIATE, PAG(o) FLOREIO I il). 1. 5 '. ITEM FVN- 

dos Granianos Afranianos; il». 3, 3 : 
item fvnd(vm) Afranianvm Manciamvm 
Bittelvm Arrvntianvm, pag(o) s(vpra) 
s(cripto) (i. e. Ivnonio). 

AFRARIVS. Adj. formed from Afer 
q. v. iu the language of commerce. [Cf. 
Graecarivs. Mavrarivs]. VI 1620 (Rome): 

MERCATORES FRVMENTARI ET OLEARI AFRARI. 

i. e. « dealers in grain aud oil imported 
from Africa - . 

AFRIANVS. Adj. from proper name: 
« Of Afer >. Of estate. XI 1147 (Veleia, 
2 nd ): fvnd(o) Afriano Dextriano ... 
in Placentino, pag(o) Sinnense. As 
■ former slave of Afer » , VI 6306 
(Rome, 1 st ): [As]tragalo lectik(ario) 
(sic) Afriano. 

AFRICA. «Africa» (Gk. Aifivrj); and 
esp. the Roman province in its various 
extension. — Caput African in Rome. 

[Forms. Afrika. XIII 3147 (Coriotoli- 
tes). — *Afriga (sic, but badly copied). 
XI 5269« (Hispellum). — Gen. sing.: 
Africe. VI 16S2 (Rome 4 th ), 8985 (Rome), 
XIV 2165 (Aricia), IX 5300 (Cupra Ma- 
ritima, 385). VIII 102 (Capsa); Africaes, 
V 1039 (Aquileia); Africas, VI 8983 
(Rome. 2 nd ). — Ace. sing., Africa, VIII 
12657 (Carthago. 2 n,i ). — Abbrev. Regu- 
larlv Afric., VI 1503, 1522, 1674. 1681, 
1783 (Rome): XIV 2499 (ager Tuscula- 
nus, 2 nd ), 2831 (ager Praenestinns). 2931 
(Praeneste), 3599 (Tibur, 2 nd ); X 4860 
(Venafrnm, 2 n ' i ). 5058 (Atina); IX 1572 
i Beneventum), 41 19 (Aequiculi) : XI 5673 
(Attidium). 5689 (Turicum); V 4129 (bet. 
Cremona and Brixia). 4338, 4359 (Brixia), 
5812 (Mediolaniuin, 68): III p. 1989 
(Dacia, ! ; . hon. miss., 158): VIII 270 = 
11451 (Casae, 2 nd ), 1269 (Chisiduo). 1827 
= 16472 (Althiburas), 12442 (Vina. 2 nd ), 
14291 (Thibiuca, 2 nd ), 14611 (Simitthus. 
In: i- llli. 14763 (Prov. Procons.); XII 
671 (Arelate). — Afr.. VI 1346. 1406, 



•82 (Rome); XIV 2164 (Aricia); 

X 6668 ( Antium): IX 2592 (Terventum); 

XI 323 (Ravenna): VIII 270 = 11451 
it'asae. 2 nd ), M 15 1 i Prov. Procons., 2"' 1 ). 
— Af.. VIII 84 (Turris Tamalleni). 1128 
(Tunes). — Afri., VIII 20818 (Auzia). — 
Avkca (sic). VIII 4354 (Nomidia, 6 th ). — 
A., VIII 897 (Villa Magna). 9(39 (Nea- 
polis, 400-1). 99 1. 995 (Karpis, 4 th ), 1016 
(Carth;, _ . 1358 (Bisica, 408-421), 
1550 (Agbia, 3' 1 ), 1860 (Theveste. 355- 
360), 2343 (Thamugadi), 4647 (Thagora, 
363-4), 5348 (Calaraa, 341). 11546 (Ain- 
maedara), 12039 (Furni. 2 nd ). 12 155 Car- 
thago, 4 th ), 12655, 12656, 12920 (Car- 
thago). Rev. Arch. (1906) p. 260 (Loptis 
Magna)]. 

I. Originally, the former tenitory of 
Carthage, become a Roman dependency in 
146 B.C. I 200 (Lex Agraria, III B.C.) 
XLVIII. LI, LXVII, LXXV: qvei ager'. 
locvs in Africa est; ib. LXVIII, LXIX: 
qvei ager in Africa est ; ib. LX : agrvm 
qvei in Africa est; ib LXXVII: agrvm 
in Africa; ib. LXXV: [qvei popvl]eis 
libereis in Africa svnt ; ib. LXXXVII : 

QVAE VECTIGALIA IN AFRICA POPVLI RO- 

mani svnt ; and [qvae] pvblice popvli 
Romani in Africa svnt; I p. 461 = I 2 
p. 50 (Acta Triumph. Capitol.): T. Sta- 
tilivs T. f. Tavrvs proco(n)s(vl) ... ex 
Africa (tn'umphavit), and 1 p. 478 = I 2 
p. 77 (Tab. Triumph. Barberin.): T. Sta- 
tilivs Tavrvs ex Africa . . . trivmp(havit), 
referring to 720 34. Similarly ibid., of 
722/32?, 726/28. 73321. 735 19. — X 
6104 (Formiae, B. C): (Me) accens(vs) 
(illius) imp(eratoris) in Africa; I p. 316 
= I 2 p. 235 (Fasti Praeneslini, B. C. 
2 -A. D. 9) Apr. 6: C. Caesar C. f. in 
Africa regem [Ivbam] v[icit]; R. G. divi 
Aug. cap. 28 1. 35: colonias in Africa, 

SlCILIA. [MACEDONIA . . . etc. . . . MILI- 

tvm dedvxi = anoLxiug iv Ai^vr n 2i- 
xf-'/Ju, yiaxtdovia ... x. %. ).. ... Ovoa- 
TKortor xarijayov. — Dessau 8644 (Se- 
gusiavi, horologium viatorium, giving the 
latitude of different countries): Africae 
LXIT. 

II. More esp., the Proconsular province 
of Africa, as organized under Augustus 
with added territory of Numidia ; va- 
riously extended in later times. [Older 



AFRI 



AFRI 



193 



territory, Africa Vetvs, VIII 11546 (Am- 
maedara) ; added territory, Africa Nova, 
Bph. Epigr. IV 1219 (Prov. Procons., 
1 st ): fine[s] frovinci^ae] A[fr(icae)] 
Novate] re[sti]tv[ti3?2- 

(A) General mention. R. G. divi Aug. 
cap. 25 1. 5 : ivravervnt in eadem ver[]ba 
provinciae Galliae, Hispaniae, Africa, 
Sicilia, Sardinia = \Jif\nodav siq tovq 
]juvtov~\<z Xoyovg eua^Q^etai, rctla^vt'a, 
^ldnavCa, Aifiv^, 2i[_xeh'a, — acT^du) ; III 
445 (Tralles, 350-361): [...] Germanias, 
Gallias, Britaneas (sic), Africam adqve 
(sic) Illiricvm (sic); VI 1187 = 31256 
(Rome, 398) : senatvs popvlvsqve Roma- 

NVS, VINDICATA REBELLIONE ET AFRICAE RE- 

stitvtione laetvs; VI 1730 (Rome, 4 ,h ): 
Africa consiliis eivs ex provisione libe- 
rata; VIII 16456 (Prov. Procons., 1 st ): 
(illoi) imperatore Africam obtinente; VI 
1130 (Rome, 305): Thermas Felices [Dio]- 
cletianas, qvas QVT]aximianvs Avg(vstvs) 
[absents ex Africa svb [prJaesentia ma- 
ie[statis] disposvit; VI 1527 (Rome, 
Laudatio Turiae, B. C.) 1. 5 : cvm ego in 
Macedo[niam abissem], vir sororis tva[e 
(Me) in A]fricam provinciam . . . ; VIII 
12657 (Carthago, 2 nd ) : q_vod se secvta 
esset in provincia(m) Africa(m) ; IX 4751 
(Vallis Canera): pro reditv (illius) ex 
Africa; III p. 1989 (Dacia, tab. lion, 
miss., 158): vexil(lariis) Afric(ae) et 
Mav[r]et(aniae) Caes(ariensis) qvi svnt 
cvm Mavris gentilib(vs) in Dacia; V 865 
(Aquileia) : [dilect(i)? per] Africam Mav- 
r[etaniasq_(ve)]]; VI 3538 (Rome): prae- 
f(ectvs) coh(ortis) Chalciden(orvm) in 
Africa ; IX 5363 (Pirmum Picenum) : 
praef(ectvs) alae i Pannonior(vm) in 
Africa; VI 3654 (Rome): [...] Nvmidi- 
c(orvm?) in Africa; VIII 10117 (Simit- 
thus, 112): pecvnia sva (et?) [p]rovin- 
ciae Africae; VIII 20818 (Auzia) : limes 
pr(ovinciae) Afri(cae). 

(B) High imperial officials. 

(a) Proconsules. p. provinciae Africae, 
VI 1418, 1476, 1544 (Rome), 1419, 
1452 (ibid., 3 d ), 1690, 1691, 1736, 1757 
(ibid., 4 th ); XIV 3599, 3612 (Tibur, 2 ul ), 
3900, 3902 (ager Tiburtinus, 3 d ); X 1695, 
1696 (Puteoli, 355), 3870 (Capua), 6764 
(Ardea, 223), 8291 (Antium, 2 nd ); XI 
571 (Forum Popili), 3364 (Tarquinii), 

Thes. linguae lot. epigr. 



5210 (Fulginiae, 1 st ), 5673 (Attidium), 
5689 (Tuficum); V 5812 (Mediolanium, 
68), 7783 (Albingaunum, 2 nd ); III 2864, 
9960 (Nedinura, 2 nd ); VIII 84 (Turris 
Tamalleni), 897 (Villa Magna), 969 (Nea- 
polis, 400-1), 994 (Karpis, 350-61), 995 
(ibid., 367-83), 1016 (Carthago, 3 a -4 th ), 
1358 (Bisica, 408-21), 1437 (Thibursi- 
eum Bure, 3 d ), 1550 (Agbia, 3 d ), 1639 
(Sicca Veneria), 1860 (Theveste, 345-60), 
4047 (Thagora, 303-4), 5348 (Calama, 
341), 12455 (Carthago, 4 th ), 12537 (ibid., 
371-3), 16400 (Prov. Procons., 4"'); 11 
2073 (Iliberris, 2 nd ), 4118 (Tarraco, 2 nd - 
3 d ), 4510 (Barcino, 2 nd ); XII 671 (Are- 
late). — p. Africae, VI 499 (Rome, 374), 
1401 (ib., 2 nd ), 1499 (ib., l 8t ), 1680, 
1681, 1682, 1699, 1707, 1739-42, 1752, 
1753. 1764 (ib., 4 th ). 1714 (ib., 379), 
1751 (ib. 378); X 4860 (Venafrum, 2 Ed ), 
5058 (Atina), 6567 (Velitrae); XI 2925 
(Volci) ; V 3344 (Verona, 4 th ) ; VIII 8, 9 
(Leptis Magna), 608 (Mididi, 294-305), 
11774 (ibid., 290-2); cf. avdvn(atog) 
'Aygixrjg, VIII 1640 (Sicca Veneria). — 
P. in Africa, VIII 7059 (Cirta, 138), 
7061 (Cirta). — ex proconsvle Africae. 
Ill 9506 (Salonae, 375). 

(b) Legati. l. pro praetore provinciae 
Africae, VI 1346 (Rome); XIV 2164 
(Aricia); 1X4119 (Aequiculi) ; III 4567 
(Vindobona); VIII 7036, 7050 (Cirta), 
12442 (Vina, 2 nd ), 18273 (Civ. Lambaesi- 
tana, 150); II 4509 (Barcino, 107); XII 
670 (Arelate, 1 st ). — praetorivs l. pro- 
vinciae Africae, XIV 2931 (Praeneste), 
XI 5210 (Fulginiae, 1 st ). — l. Avgvsti 
pro praetore provinciae Africae, VIII 
2747 (Lambaesis, 150). — L. Avg(vsti) 

PRO PRAETORE EXERCITVS PROVINCIAE AFRI- 

cae, VIII 17891 (Thamugadi, 2 nd ). — 
l. pro praet(ore) ex[ercit(vs) Afri]cae, 
V 531 (Tergeste, 71). — missvs est ... 

L. PRO PRAETORE AD EXERCITVM QVI EST IN 

Africa, XI 5211 (Fulginiae, 1 st ). ■ - l. 
Avg(vsti) provinciae Africae, Vl 1406 
(Rome), III 4118 (ager Poetovionensis, 
1 st ). — l. pro praetore Africae, VI 1440 
(Rome, 1 st ). — l. provinciae Africae, VI 
1356 (Rome), 1475 (ib., 206), 1518 (ib.. 
2 ud ); XIV 2942 (Praeneste, 2 nd ), 4237 
(Tibur, 2 nd ); X 3723 (Volturnum) ; IX 
2592 (Terventum); XI 3365 (Tarquinii, 

25 



L94 



AFRI 



AFRI 



2 nd ); V 4347 (Brixia, 206). — l. Kar- 

TACINIS («6') SVB PRO CONS(VLE) AfRIc(a)e, 

VI 1682 (Rome, 4 th ). — u provinciae 

Africae dioeceseos Cartiiaginiensivm vel 

.. XIV 3599 (Tibur, 2 nd ), II 1262 

(Baetica), 4510, 4511 (Barcino, 2 nd ). — 

l. provinciae Africae dioeceseos Hippo- 
niensis, IX 1592 (Beneventum). — [l. 

prov(inciae) Af]ricae region[js] Hippo- 
niensis, X 5178 (Casinum). 

(c) Quaestorcs. Q. pro praetore pro- 
vinciae Africae, VI 1502, 1503 (Koine, 
2 nd ); XI 5210 (Fulginiae, 1 st ); V 2112 
(TaiTisium, 2 nd ); II 1283 (Salpensa, 2 nd ), 
1371 i Callenses ?, 128). — o^ provinciae 
Africae, VI 1346 (Rome). 1522 (ibid., 
2 I "'-3 d ); XIV 2405 (Bovillae), 2499 (ager 
Tusculanus, 2" d ), 2505, 2506, 2508-10 
(ibid., 3 d ), 2831 (ager Praenestinus) ; X 
1254 (No'la, 3 d ); IX 1572 (Beneventum); 

V 4129 (bet. Cremona and Brixia). 4338, 
4359 (Brixia) ; VIII 60 = 11139 (Hadru- 
metum). 14291 (Tliibiuca, 2 nd ), 19505 
(Cirta); II 1262 (Baetica). — q_; Africae, 
IX 1571 (Beneventum). 

(d) Praefecti (from fourth century). 

P. PRAETORIO QVATER ITALIAE, IlLYRICI, AFRI- 

cae, Galliarvm, VI 1752, 1753 (Rome, 
4 th ). — P. praetorii Illyrici, Italiae et 
Africae, VI 1777 (Rome, 4 th ). — p. prae- 
t(orio) Italiae, Illyrici et Africae, VI 
1783 (Rome, 431). — p. praetorio Ita- 
liae. Afric(a)e et Inlyrici (sic), XIV 2165 
(Aricia). — p. praet(orio) Italiae atqve 
Africae ..., V 3334 (Verona, 4 th ). — 
[p. praetorio]rvm A[f]ric(a)e, VIII 102 
(Capsa. frgmt.); p. [pr]aetoriorvm Afri- 
cae, VIII 4799 (Gadiaufala. 6 th ). — p. 
Africae. VIII 4677 (Madaura. 6 th ), 14547 
(Prov. Procons., 6 th ). Add VIII 7068 
(Cirta): [agens per] Africam pro pr[ae- 
fectis]; XI 323 (Ravenna): ex p. ann(o- 
nae) Afr(icae) pr(ovinciae). 

(e) Vicarii. (From fourth century. 
Cf. AGENS). V. Africae, VI 1782 (Rome, 

I, 1783 (ib., 431); Carm. Lat. 654 = 
K>»h. Epigr. VIII 648 (near Antium, 385); 
IX 5300 (Cupra Maritima, 385). 

(/') Comites. (From fourth centurv). 

VI 1674 fRome. 4" 1 ) : (ilia) comitis 
Afric(ae) nvrvs; VIII 10937 = 20566 
(Celiac. 4 th ): (/lie) comes Africae. 

(g) Daces. VIII 12296 (Bisica) : (Mi) 



dvci per Africam, Nvmidiam Mavreta- 
niamqve; VIII 18219 (Civ. Lambaesi- 
tana, 4"') : (ille) dvx per Africam. 

(h) Magi&tri militum Africae, VIII 
1354 (Numidia, 578-82), 4677 (Madau- 
ra, 6 ,h ). 

(C) Temporary officials. Subordinate 
functionaries. Ill 6575 = 7127(Ephesus): 
[pro]c(vrator) Avg(vsti) ad bona co- 
[ge]nda in Africa; VI 3720 = 31032 
(Rome, 2 nd ): praef(ectvs) gentivm in 
Africa; XIV 176 (Ostia, 2 nd ): procu- 
rator) provinc(iae) Pannoniae Svper(io- 
ris) et Africae reg(ionis) Thevest(inae) ; 
VIII 1269 (Chisiduo): proc(vrator) Av- 
g(v)sti) prov(inciae) Afric(ae) tract(vs) 
Kart(haginiensis); XI 831 (Mutina): (ille) 
bis ration[alis], Vrbis Romae et Africae; 
VI 8575 (Rome): ark(arivs) (sic) provin- 
ciae Africae; VI 1429 = 31652 (Rome); 
(ille) ser(vvs) act(or) ark(arivs) (sic) ex 
Africa; VI 31713 (Rome): mancvp(es) 
stipend(iorvm) ex Africa. — procvrato- 
res mi pvblicorvm Africae, VI 8589 
(Rome), X 6668 (Antium), V 7547 (Roc- 
caverauo). Ill 3925 (Neviodunum), VIII 
12655, 12656 (Carthago, 4 th ). So, VIII 
14454 (Prov. Procons., 2 nd ): procura- 
tor) dvcen(arivs) mi pvbl(icorvm) pro- 
vinciae) Afr(icae); VIII 1128 (Tunes). 
12920 (Carthago, 4 th ): (ille) sociorvm iiii 
p(vblicorvm) Africae; Rev. Arch. (1906) 
p. 206 (Leptis Magna): [f]amilia sp[l]en- 
didissim[i] vectig^alis] iiii p(vblicorvm) 
A(fricae); VI 8588 (Rome, 2 nd ): con- 
ductor) iiii p(vblicorvm) Afr(icae). 

(D) Internal affairs of the Province. 
Natives of Africa, at home and abroad. 
[Cf. Afer]. 

Priests of the province, sacerdotfs pro- 
vinciae Africae, VIII 12039 (Furni, 2 nd ), 
14611 (Simitthus, 109-11), 14731 (Prov. 
Procons.); ex-priests, sacerdotales pro- 
vinciae Africae, VIII 1827 = 16472 
(Althiburus, 2 nd -3 d ), 2343 (Thamugadi). 
4252 (Verecunda). Note, VIII 11546 
(Ammaedara): sacerdotalem p(rovinciae) 
A(fricae) V(eteris). — VIII 17899 (Tha- 
mugadi): CONCILIVM PR[oVINClAEj AfrICAEJ 

III 388 (Alexandria Troas): civitates 
xxxxiiii ex provincia Africa ; XIV 99 
(Ostia, 141): domini navivm Carthagi- 
nensivm ex Africa; VI 13328 (Rome): 



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AGAP 



195 



(Mi) orivndi ex Africa; VI 33867 (Rome): 
(Me) ivris pe[ritvs] nobilis[simvs ex] 
Africa; VI 1366 (Rome), VIII 7058 
(Cirta, 1 st , frgmt.): (Me) ex Africa; II 
4263 (Tarraco): (Me) ex prov[inc(ia)] 
Africa; V 1703 (Aquileia, f): ex Africa 

VENIT VT ISTAM VRBe(m) VIDERET J III 3324 

(Lussouium),3583 (Aquincum), XIII 3147 
(Coriosolites): (Mi) domo Africa; VIII 
270=11451 (Casae, 138): in provincia 
Afric(a), regione Begvensi ; VIII 69 
(Gurza, 65): civitas Gvrzensis ex Africa, 
and (Me) Gvrzensis ex Africa; VI 36277 
(Rome): (Me) Gvrzensis ex Africa; VI 
1010 (Rome, 151) : [Hipp]onenses ex 
Africa; XIV 303 (Ostia): (Mi) decvrioni 
adlecto Africae, Hippone Regio; X 1684 
(Puteoli): Oenses (sic) ex provincia 
Afr[ica]; VII 373 (Uxellodunum) : (Me) 
domv (sic) Sicca ex Africa; III 3680 
(Pannonia Inf.): (Me) domo Africa, Sv- 
fetla (sic); 1X5087 (Interamna): (Me) 

NATVS IN PROVINCIA AFRICA, Col(onIAe) 

Tapsi (He); V 4919 (Trumplini, 27): ci- 
vitas Themetra ex Africa; III 10515 
(Aquincum): Teveste (sic) ex Africa; 

VII 344 (Old Carlisle, 242): (Me) na- 
tvs in pro(vincia) Africa de Tvsdro 
(tie)', V 1662 (Aquileia): (Me) natvs ex 
civitate Tvrvsitana Africae J VI 32026 
(Rome, frgmi): \illi patrono . . .] mv- 
nic[ip(ii) . . .] Africae. 

III. In gen. sense, of Roman Africa. 

VIII 1863 (Theveste, 6 th ): post abscisos 
ex Africa Vandalos. 

IV. Capvt Africae, in Rome, name of 
a vicus on the northern side of the Cae- 
lian Hill, extending in a southerly di- 
rection from the Coliseum valley towards 
the Macellum Magnum (S. Stefano Ro- 
tondo). VI 1052 (Rome, 198): paedagogi 
pverorvm a Capite Africae; 8982: (Mi) 
paedagogi pver(orvm) a Kap(ite) (sic) 
Afr(icae); 8983 (2 nd ): paedagogo pvero- 
rvm a Capvt (sic) Africas (sic) ; 8984 : 
paedagogvs a Capvt (sic) Africae; 8985: 
paedagogo a Capvt (sic) Afric(a)e; 8986 
(214); [paedagogvs] a Capvt (sic) Afri- 
ca^]; V 1039 (Aquileia): (Mi) Avg(v- 
sti) vern(ae) ex Kap(ite) (sic) Africaes 
(sic), and (Me) vnctor ad Kapvt (sic) 
Africaes (sic). [Cf. CAPVTAFRICENSIS]. 

AFRICANVS. ■ African». [Cf. afer, 



africvs]. I 1172 = IX 3907 (Alba Fu- 
cens, B. C.j: milite's Africa[ni]; XI 3718 
(Alsium, 2 nd ): leg(atvs) leg(ionis) m 
Avg(vstae) et exercitvs Africani ; VI 
510 (Rome, 376): (Me) cavsarvm non 
ignobilis Africani tribvnalis orator; 
VIII 7014 (Cirta, 4 th ): (Me) v(ir) c(la- 
rissimvs), [vices agens pJer Africanas 
[provincias]; R. (J. divi Aug. cap. 22 
1. 40: [ven]ati[o]n[es] best[ia]rvm Al-RI- 
canarvm; 1X2350 (Allifae): venationem 
bestiarvm Africanar(vm). — As title of 
the emperor Justinian, III 13673 (near 
Miletus, 6 th ): Ivstinianvs Ai.aman[nicv]s, 
Gothicvs, . . . Africanvs. 

AFRICVS. « African ». (a) In gen.. 
Rev. Arch. (1903) p. 467 (Heliopolis, 1 st ): 
dvci exercitvs Africi et Mavretanici ad 

NATIONES Q_VAE SVNT IN MaVRETANIA COM- 

primendos. (/;) As title of Jupiter whose 
statue stood somewhere on the Capitolium; 
mentioned in two tabulae honestae mis- 
sionis. Ill p. 853 (Tomi, 76): Romae in 
Capitolio, in basi Iovis Africi ; III p. 855 
(Dacia, 85): Romae in Capitolio, in basi 

COLVMNAE . . . QVAE EST SECVNDVM lOVEM 

Africvm. (c) Name given in Italy to the 
south wind that blows from Africa. (Grk. 
XCip ; mod. Ital. A/frico, Affricino, ordi- 
narily libeccio). Pais 204 = Dessau 8643 
(Aquileia): avster, Africvs, faonivs (sic), 
aqvilo, etc. ; X 6119 (Formiae): Africvs; 
I p. 257 (Fasti Polemii Silvii) Jan. 21 : 
ventvs Africvs, tempestatem significat; 
ib. Jan. 28 : avster avt Africvs ; ib. p. 259, 
Feb. 3: corvs avt Africvs; ib. p. 263, 
Apr. 23: Africvs avt avster; ib. p. 273, 
Sept. 11 : favonivs vel Africvs. 

AGAMEMNON. See ACMEMENO. 

AGAMINI pagani. Inhabitants of a 
district near Novaria. probably at the mo- 
dern Ghemme. [Cf. V p. 725]. V 8587 
(ager Novariensis): (Me) paganis Agaminis 
(aliqt/id) dedit. 

AGAPE, (ayamj ; Lat. caritas, fax). 
* The joy of paradise » . in agape, variant 
of the common Chr. formula in pace. Bull. 
Arch. Cr. (1882) p. 127 (Rome, f):IvsTE, 
nomen tv[v]m in agape; ib. p. 128 (ibid.) : 
Licinivs Ivstinae conivgi merenti in 
ag(a)p(e), and Sabina in agape; Bull. 
Coram. (1905) p. 104 (ibid.) : [in a]ga • pe 
(sic). 



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AGER 



AGATAPARA (bettor than ACATA- 
PARA). Name of a vieus in Thrace. VI 
jsiiT — 32582 (Rome): (Me) cives (sic) 

VSDICENSIS, VICO AGATAPARA. 

AGATHOCLIANVS. « Former slave of 
Agathocles ». VI 10245 (Rome): ad mo- 

NIMENTVM (SIC) GAMI CaESARIS AGATHO- 
CLIANI. 

AGATHODAEMON. ('Ayadbc daifiav). 
The personification of divine goodness. 
(Cf. Bonvs Eventvs). XI V 3533 (Tibur) : 

Agatho Daemoni sacrvm e v(oto) s(v- 
scepto), and 'Ayatiih Jai/iovi. 

AGAVNENSIS. 1 Of Agaunum », q. v. 
XII 4083 (near Nemausus, f, 521): an- 
[niversari]o sancto^rvm] mar(tyr)vm 
A[g]animsivm (sic). 

AGAVNVM. [Sic, for earlier Acavnvm], 
Name of a town and monastery in Hel- 
vetia, now Saint Maurice. Mitth. Antiq. 
Gesellsch. in Zurich XXIV (1895) p. 9 
and p. 12 (Agaunum, f, 6 th -7 th ): corpore 

REQ_VIESCIT AGAVNO. 

AGAVNVS. Name of a local divinity. 
Ill 14359 27 (Vindobona): [I(ovi) 0(pti- 
mo)] M(aximo), N(ept)v[no, S]alaceae, 
nim(>his (sic), Danvv]][0, Agavno, di\j> 
deabvs]q_(ve) omnibv[s} 

AGBIENSIS. Inhabitant of Agbia, a 
town of Africa Proconsularis on the Wady 
Khaled, between Thignica and Musti ; now 
Henschir Ain Edja. VIII 1550 (Agbia, 3 d - 
4 th ) : respvblica (sic) mvnicipi Agbiensivm; 
VIII 1552 (ibid., 4 th ): mvn(icipivm) Ag- 
b(iensivm). 

*AGCELLO. See *AGGELLO. 

AGEDINCENSIS. Apparently. ■ Of Age- 
dincum » , the chief town of the Senones 
in Gallia Lugudunensis; now Sens. XIII 
2949 (Agedincum, 250): (Mi) aedil(i) 
vikan(orvm) Agied(incensivm) (sic). 

AGEIO. A local deity of the Bigerrio- 
nes on the northern slopes of the Pire- 
nees, in Aquitania. XIII 180 (Vallis flu- 
vii Neste): Ageioni deo (Me); ib. 221 
(ibid.): Ageioni; ib. 383 (Bigerriones) : 
montibvs Ageioni(s?); ib. 384 (ibid.): 
Ageio(ni) deo, pagani Ferrarienses ex 
voto; ib. 385 (ibid.): deo [A]g[ei]oni ; 
ib. 386 (ibid.): Ageioni deo (Hie). 

[AGELENT INVS. Cognomen, or local 
name? XI 3314 (Forum Clodi, frgmt.): 
Agelentin[\ . .jj 



AGELLANVM collegium, of uncertain 
derivation; an association at Aequiculi. 
IX 4129: collegivs Agellanvs (sic). 

AGELLVLVS. « Little patch of ground», 
«small farm». X 6720 (Antium): in 

AGELLVL1S MEIS SECESSI. 

AGELLVS. ■ Small piece of land », 
« little farm ». VI 26259 (Rome): mvNi- 
mentvm (sic) . . . cvm agello conclvso, 

and HABET AVTEM AGELLVS CONCLVSVS LA- 
TITIAE P(EDES) (tOt), LONGITIAE p(eDE5) (tot) \ 

V 2803 (Patavium): villicvs aerari qvon- 

DAM, NVNC CVLTOR AGELLI (cf. Tib. Pl'iap. 

I. 1.), and improbvs vt si q_vis nostrvm 
violabit agellvm; Pais 1107 (bet. Ter- 
geste and Aquileia) : dvm saltvs pvblicos 
cvro, decidi hoc in privato agello; III 
6418 (Burnum): hic est occisvs finibvs 
Varvarinorvm in agello secvs Titvm (sic) 
flvmen, ad Petram Longam ; XI 1147 
(Veleia, 2 nd ) V 95: mm (sic) agellos 

VlBVLLIANOS IN [ Pla3cENTINO , PAG^o] 

Apollinare ; V 4489 (Brixia) : coll(egio) 
fabror(vm) agellv(m) Aescinianvm SVVM 
mancipavit, and (three times): ex reditv 
eivsde(m) agelli ; X 407 (Volcei, 323): 

F(VNDVS) AGELLVS, and AGELLVS SVp(eRIOr), 
AGELLVS INF(ERIOR). 

AGENS. Part, as subst. = actor q. v. 
«Agent», « administrator». Ill 2126 
(Salonae) : Novesis (sic) servvs ages (sic). 
[For quasi-subst. in titles of functiona- 
ries such as agens in rebvs etc., see s. v. 
AGO]. 

AGER. k Territory », « district », 
k lands »; « landed property », « estate »; 
« farm », « plot of land », « private pro- 
perty » (not within the city limits). 

Synopsis of Arrangement. 

I. Forms and abbreviations. 

II. Use. 

A. General, (with regard to the State). (1) The 
ayer publicus populi Romani. (2) The ager 
publicus of the socii, provinciae, munici- 
pia etc. (3) Of the enemy, agri hostiles. 

B. Particular, (of private extra-urban property). 
(1) Farms, estates, gardens, plots of gronnd, 
without distinctive appellation. (2) With di- 
stinctive appellation. (3) Land-surveyors etc. 

C. Formulas for the measurement of extra-ur- 
ban lands, especially those assigned to 
sepulcral monuments. 

I. Forms. Gen. sing, agrei, I 200 (Lex 
Agraria, 111 B. C.) XXIV; I 1430 = V 






AGER 



AGER 



197 



4108 (Cremona, B. C). — Norn. plur. 
agrei, I 200 (Lex Agrar., Ill B. C.) 
XCIII; I 204 (Lex Anton, de Termess., 
71 B. C.) 1. 2. — Abl. plur. agreis, I 
200 {Lex Agrar., Ill B. C.) XX, XXIX, 
XXX, LIX, LXXII, LXXXVI1I; I 204 
(Lex Anton, de Termess., 71 B. C.) 11. 23, 
26. — agrv, VI 23227, 30000, 30049, 
30051, 30056, 33870 (Rome); X 4978, 
4994 (Venafrum); IX 767 (Larinum), 
4426 (Foruli); XI 4291 (Interamna), 4958 
(Spoletium), 5558 (Asisiura) ; V 2957 (Pa- 
tavium), XII 4382 (Narbo). — aggro, 
III 2448 (Salonae). — agrro, VI 35736 
(Rome). — acrvm, VI 9930 (Rome) twice. 

— acrv, XI 5559 (Asisium); XIII 5959 
(Helellum). — acro, VI 8082, 30077, 
30084,35797, Notiz. (1906)p.205 = Bull. 
Comm. (1906) p. 108 (Rome). - - acr., 
VI 7455, 30075,34159,34798 a, 35178 
(Rome) ; IX 850 (Luceria) ; XI 4286 (In- 
teramna); III 14801 2 (Salonae); XIII 
6488 (Obrigheim, Germania Sup.). — 
ac, VI 13814, 25343, 25344, 34519 
(Rome); XIV 482 (Ostia); XI 1666 (Flo- 
rentia); V 1369 (Aquileia). — agpi, X 
444 (Vallis Silari Sup., 1 st ). — agi, V 
675 (Tergeste). — ago, XIV 978 (Ostia). 

— agra, XIV 818 (Ostia). 

Abbrev., agror., VIII 10570 (Saltus 
Burunitanus, 180-183); 12636, 12638, 
(Carthago), II 1438 (Ostippo, 49); agr., 
ag., a. passim. [Note G. (sic) for ag., VI 
20442 (Rome)]. 

II Use. 

A. General, (with regard to the State). 
Lands, territory, included in the domain 
of the State, of allied states (socii), or 
of the provinces and self-governing towns. 
Hostile territory. 

(1) The ager publicus populi Romani, 
its limits, use, distribution etc. (a) Spe- 
cified as ager publicus. I 551 =X 6950 
(Polla, 132 B. C) : priivvvs fecei vt de 
agro poplico aratoribvs cederent paa- 
stores (sic); I 200 (Lex Agraria, 111 

B. C.) 1. 1 : QVEI AGER POPL1CVS POPVLI 
ROMANEI IN TERRAM ITALIAM (sic) . . . 

[fvit]; 1. 4: qvei ager pvblicvs popvli 
romani in terra italia . . . fvit, . . . 
extra evm agrvm, qvei ager . . . ; 1. 5 : 
[qvod eivs . . .] agri, locei pvblicei in 
terra Italia...; 1. 13: qvei ager, lo- 



CVS PVBLICVS POPVLI ROMANEI IN TERRA 

Italia . . . fvit, extra evm agrvm qvei 
ager . . . ; 1. 15: ager pvblicvs popvli 
romanei qvei in italia . . . fvit, eivs 
agri . . . j 1. 20: ager, locvs pvblicvs 
popvl[i Romanei]; 1. 22: qvem agrvm 
[locvm]ve pro eo agro loc(o)ve de eo 
agro, loco qvei pvblicvs popvli roma- 
n[ei ... fvit] etc.; 1.24: qvod eivs 

AGREI, LOCEI . . . PVBLICVM POPVLEI RoiWA- 
NEI ERIT, EXTRA EVM Ag[rVM . . .] ; 1. 27 : 

qvansei (sic) is ager . . . [pvblicvs fvis- 
set]; 1. 29; in agreis qv[ei in Ita]lia 
svnt, qvei . . . pvbliceis popvli r[oma- 
nei fvervnt], and in agreis qve[i s(v- 
pra) s(cripti) svnt]; 1.33: qvei ager, lo- 

CVS PVBLICVS p[0PVLI ROMANEI IN Te]rRA 

Italia . . . fvit etc. — (b) Not definitely 
called ager publicus. I 200 (Lex Agraria, 
111 B. C.) 11. 48, 52, 65, 67, 74: qvei 
ager, locvs in africa est j 1. 60: agrvm 
qvei in Africa est; 11. 68, 69; de agro 
qvei ager in africa est; 1. 49: qvod 

EIVS AGRI, LOCEI EXTRA TERRA ITALIA (sic) 

est. — Of the distribution, division, rent- 
ing, of public lands. X 6087 (Formiae, 
elogium of L. Munatius Plancus): agros 
divisit in Italia, Beneventi ; XIV 2264 
(ager Albanus): (ille) praefectvs leg(io- 

NVM XXVI ET VII LVCAE AD AGROS DIVIDVN- 

dos. — I 200 (Lex Agrar., Ill B. C.) 

1. 6 : QVOD QVOIEIQVE DE EO AGRO, LOCO 
AGRI, LOCEI, AEDIFIc[lEI . . . i]n TERRA ITALIA 
III VIR DEDIT, ADSIGNAVIT; 1. 7: AGER, LO- 
CVS, AEDIFICIVM OMNIS QVEI SVPRA SCRIPTv[s 

est], (cf. 11. 16, 17, 18, 23, 66, 77, 80, 81, 
91, 92, 93, 94); 1. 43: qvemve agrvm, 

LOCVM DE EO AGRO Lo[cO . . . DATV]m, 

adsignatvm esse fviseve iovdicaverit j 
1. 62: [qvod eiv]s agri . . . adiovdicari 
licebit; 1.58: qvei ager pvblice non 
venieit; 1. 65: [sei is] ager, locvs ... 
pvblice venieit; 1.83: pro agro, loco 
qvei Romae pvblice venierit ; 1. 46 : qvod 

EIVS AGRI, LOCEI QVOIEIQVE EMPTVM EST; 

1. 64: qvom is evm agrvm, locvm emit ; 
1. 47 : [nei qvei d]e mag(istratv) Ro- 
mano EMIT, IS PRO EO AGRO PEQVNIa(m) 

neive praevides nei[ve praedia popvlo 
dato] ; 1. 48 : [qvei ob ev]m agrvm, lo- 
cvm manceps praesve factvs est ; 1. 21 : 
[qvem agrvm , . . censores] oena QVOM 
agro qvei trans Cvrione (sic) EST lo- 






L98 



AGER 



AGER 



Cavhrvnt etc.; 1. 31 : [sei q_vei . . .] ager 

FRVENDVS DATVS [EST - ] ; 1. 37: EVM AGRVM. 
; OCv[m QVEM ... VENIKL, DARI REDDI^JVE 

oportebit; 1. 27: qvo pro agro, i.oco 
EX PRIVATO in pvblicvm tantvjw modvm 
agri, locei commvtav[it], and qvei ager 
ex priva[to in pvblicvm commvtatvs est 
. . .], de eo agro siremps lex esto ; 1. 82 '. 
qvei ager eis . . . datvs, redditvs commv- 
TATVS eri[tJ. — As paying taxes or tithes, 

ll>. 1. O'J : QVO Q_V1S PRO AGRO MINVS 

aliterve scriptvram v[ectigalve det]] ; 
11. 49, 06: isqve ager. locvs privatvs 
vectigalisqve erit (or esto): 1. 72: [ea 
peqvniaJ qvae pro AGREIS, loceis aedi- 
ficieis . . . popvlo debetvr (cf. 11. 73, 74); 
1. 82 : PRO EO AGRO. loco ne^i) vectigal 

NEIVE DECVMAS NEI\VE) SCr[i]]pTVRAM . . . 
DARE DEBETO (cf. 11. 83, 85) ', 1. 88: EORVM 

agrorvm vectigalia; II 1438 (Ostippo, 
49): termini agror(vm) decvmanor(vm) 
[restQtvti et novati. — Of imperial 
lands belonging to the fiscus, VIII 10570 
(Saltus Burunitanus, 180-183): a condv- 
ctorib(vs) agror(vm) fiscalivm. — As 
open to pasturage, I 200 (Lex Agrar., 

Ill B. C.) 1. 14: QVEI IN AGRVM COM- 

pascvom peqvdes maior.es non plvs x 
pascet ; 1. 19: proqve scriptvra pecoris 
qvod in eo agro pascitvr ; 1. 20: [scri- 
ptvram pecoris qvod in eis ag^reis pa- 
scetvr; 1. 25: neive is ager compascvos 
esto etc.; 1. 86: peqvsqve ne[i aliter 
alieisve legibvs] in eo agro pascito ; 1. 88: 
neive qvod in eis agreis peqvs [pas^ce- 
tvr. — Of those who have taken posses- 
sion of public lands under the law, ib. 
1. 2: [qvem qvisqve , , . vetvs possessor 
sibelj agrvm, locvm svmpsit reliqvitve ; 
1. 13 : [e^xtraqve evm agrvm qvem vetvs 

POSSESSOR . . . [SIBEI SVMPSIT RELIQVITVeJ; 

1. .50: agrvm locvm qveiqvomqve habe- 
bit, possidebit; 1. 88: qvei evm agrvm 
posidebvnt. — - Of lands ex agro publico 
declared private. Ib. 1. 8: vtei ceterorvm 

LOCORWfl, AGRORVM, AEDIFICIORVM PRIVATO- 

rvm est, and is ager, locvs, aedificivm 
qvei . . . [privatvs factvs est] ; 1.9: 
qvoixs evm agrvm, locvm, aedificivm pos- 
SESSIONEM . . . esse oportet etc. (Cf. 1. 10); 

1. 13: IN EVM AGRVM. AGRI IVGRA (Sic) NON 
AMPLIVS XXX POSSIDEBIT. . . . [l^S AGER PRI- 
VATVS esto; 1. 23: qvoive ... is ager, 



LOCVS TESTAMENTO HEREDIIATI DED1TIONIVE 
OBVENIT, ... IS AGER PRIVATVS ESTO ; 1. Si): 
Ex[t]ra[q_Ve] EVM AGRVM, QVEI AGER . . . 

privatvs factvs erit el scq. — For titles 
of laud-commissioners, as I p. 278 IV = 
I» p. 198 = VI 1310 (Rune, elogium of 
C. Iulios Caesar Strabo, 1 st B. C): x vir 

agr(is) dand(is) adtr(ibvendis) ivd(ican- 
dis), see above p. 9, col. 1 (10) and s. v. 

DECEMVIR, QVINQVEVIR, TRIVMV1R. 

(2) The ager />pI>Ucus of the socii, 
provinciae, municipia etc. I 1 96 = X 
104 (S. C. ole Bacchanal, 186 B. C.) fin. : 
in agro Tevrano; I 19!) = V 7749 (Sent. 
Mi/iucior., 177 B. C.) 1. 3 : qva lege agrvm 
possiderent ((Jenuales el Veiturii); 1. 14: 

AGRI POPLICI OJ/OD LANGENSES POSIDENT J 
1. 24: QVEM AGRVM POPLICVM IVDICAMVS 
ESSE, EVM AGRVM . . . ; 1. 27 I QVOD IN EO 
AGRO NATVM ERIT FRVMENTI ; 1. 37 .* IN AGRO 
POPLICO QVEM VlTVRIES LANGENSES POSI- 
DENT ; 1. 40: qvem qvisqve eorvm agrvm 
posidebit; 1. 41: in eo agro alia prata 
inmittere; I 200 (Lex Agraria, 111 B.C.) 

1. 79 : EXTRAQVE EVM AGRVM, QVEI AGER 
INTRA FINIS POPVLORVM LEIBER^OrJvM VtI- 

censivm etc. . . . [fvit]; 1. 96: ag[rv]m. 

LOCVM QVEI CORINTHIORVM [FVIT]]; I 204 

(Lex Anton, de Termess. 71 B. C.) 1 1. 12: 

QVEI AGREI, QVAE LOCA, AEDIFICIA PVBLICA 
PREIVATAVE THERMENSIVM MaIORVM PlSIDA- 

rvm intra fineis eorvm svnt fvervntve ; 
1. 28 : qvae Thermensorvm M[aiorvJm 
plsidarvm pvblica preivatave praeter lo- 
CA, AGROS, AEDIFICIA SVNT FVERVNTVE; ibid. 
II 1. 23: QVIBVSQVE IN REBVS, LOCEIS, 
AGREIS, AEDIFICIEIS, OPPIDEIS ; 1. 26 : PRAETER 
LOCA, AGROS, AEDIFICIA; 1. 27: IN EISDEM 
REBVS, LOCEIS. AGREIS, AEDIFICIEIS; II 5041 

(Baetica, 2 nd -l st B. C): agrvm oppidvm- 

QV(e) QVOD EA TEMPESTATE POSEDISENT ; 

II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 44 B. C.) 
LXXIIX : QyicvMQ_(vE) limites qvae- 

QVE VIAE QVAEQVE ITINERA PER EOS AGROS 
SVNT, ERVNT, FVERVNTVE, EAE VIAE EIQVE 
LIMITES EAQVE ITINERA PVBLICA SVNTO ; ibid. 
LXXXII : QVI AGRI QVAEQVE SILVAE QVAE- 
Q_(ve) AEDIFICIA C(OLONIS) c(OLONIAE) G(e- 
NETIVAE) I(VLIAe) . . . DATA, ADTRIBVTA 

ervnt etc.; II 2916 (Tarraconensis): ter- 
(minvs) Avgvst(alis) dividit prat(vm) le- 
g(lonis) iii! et agrvm i vliobrig(ensivm) ; 
II 5807 (near Burgos): [tJer(minvs) Av- 



AGER 



AGER 



199 



g[v]st(alis) dividit [p]rat(vm) leg(ionis) 
mi [et] agrvm Se[gisa]mon(ensivm) ; X 
3917 (Capua): (Mi) tin vir(o) i(vre) d(i- 

CVNDO) QVOD AGRVM L,VCAn(vm) RECIPE- 
RAVIT SINE INPENSA (SIC) REI PVBLICAE (cf. 

below); IX 3915 (Alba Fucens, 117): op. 

RECIPERATOS AGROS ET POSSESs[ORES REDV- 

ctos]; R. G. divi Aug. I 3, 18: us omni- 
bvs (sc. veteranis) agros a [me emptos] 
. . . dedi ; ib. cap. 16, 25 : qvod pro agris 
provin[c]ialibvs solvi ; ib. cap. 16,22: 

pecvnia[m] PRO AGRIS . . . SOLVI MVNIClPIS 

(sic); III p. 1968 (Rome, 98, tab. hon. 
missionis): qvos agros a me acceperint; 
VIII 7084 = 19104= 19431 (Cirta,2 Ild ): 
agri accep[ti] Cirt(ensivm) ; ib. 10821 
(Tigisis), 19133 (Sigus), 19329 (Numidia): 
a(gri) a(ccepti) C(irtensivm); ib. 7085 
(Cirta, 2 nd ) : ag(ri) Cirt(ensivm); ib. 7086- 
7 = 19104 (ibid.), 8211 (Milev), 10821 
(Tigisis): a(gri) p(vblici) C(irtensivm) ; 
ib. 8211 (Milev.): a(gri) a(ccepti) M(ile- 
vitanorvm); ib. 19132-3 (Sigus): a(gri) 
p(vblici) Sig(vitanorvm) ; ib. 19134 
(ibid.): a. p. S. and a(gri) d(ivisi) S(igvi- 
tanorvm); ib. 8811 = 20618 (Maur. 
Sitifensis): limes agrorvm; III 355 (Ae- 
zani) : qvi es[se]nt c[le]rici (i. e. cie- 
ruchici) agri. — As paying taxes, I 199 = 
V 7749 {Sent. Minucior., 117 B. C.) 1. 6 : 

QVEM AGRVM EOS VENDERE . . . LICET. IS 

ager vectiga(lis) nei siet ; 1. 25: PRO EO 

AGRO VECTIGAL LaNGENSES . . . DENT. 

Of lands open to pasturage, ibid.. 1. 33: 

QV'EI AGER COMPASCVOS ER1T, IN EO AGRO 
. . . ITA VTEI IN CETERO AGRO GeNVATI COM- 

pascvo. — Of public timber-lands, ibid. 
1. 34: Q_yo minvs ex eo agro ligna ma- 
teriamqve svmant. — Of those who have 
taken possession of public lands, ibid. 
1. 29: qvei intra eos fineis agrvm po- 
sedet Genvas avt Vitvrivs ; 1. 30: QVI 

EORVM IN EO AGRO AGRVM POSIDEBVNT 
FRVENTVRQVE. PRAETER EA IN EO AGRO NI- 

qvis posideto; 1. 32: IS EVM AGRVM nei 

HABETO NIVE FRVIMINO ; 1. 39: QVEM QVIS- 
QVE EORVM AGRVM POSIDEBIT. Of lands 

declared private, ibid. 1. 5 : qva ager pri- 
vatvs Casteli Vitvriorvm est; 1. 7: Lan- 
gativm fines agri privati. 

(3) Of the enemy. VI 1207 (Rome, 1 st ): 

HOSTILES . . . AGROS. 

B. Particular, in relation to the indi- 



vidual owuer (of extra-urban property). 
Farms, estates, plots or parcels of ground. 
[Cf. FVNDVS, PRAEDIVM]. 

1. Without distinctive appellation. I 
200 (Lex Agraria, 111 B. C.) 1. 25: in 
agri ivgra (sic) singvla; VI 1520 (Rome, 
3 d ): centvm ivgera agri ; VI 1396 (Rome): 

HVIC MONVMENTO . . . CEDVNT agri pvri 

ivgera decem; VI 10427 (Rome): agri 

PVRI EX CAVSA EMPTI ADQVE (sic) DONA- 
TION^; VI 10464 (Rome): commando 

HVNC LOCVM, DECEM IVGERA AGRI, SENE (sic) 

dolo malo; XIV 2148 (Aricia): septe 
(sic) ivgera agri; X 1579 (Puteoli) : hic 

AGER IVG(ERVM) VII CVM CISTERNA ET TA- 

bernis; XIV 3341 (Praeneste) : agri iv- 
gervm dv[orvm]; I 1430 = V 4108 
(Cremona, B. C): loc(vs) patet agrei 
sesconciam qvadratvs; XIV 3340 (Prae- 
neste): IN CVIVS MONIMENTI TVTELAM DEDIT 
AEDIFICIVM MACERIA CLVSVM CVM AGRO, 
1VGERIBVS DVOBVS DEXTANTE SEMVNCIA 

(=2}); X 4104 (Capua): hic lvcvs 

SACER MACERIE CINCTVS CVM ADITIS SVIS 

agro non cedit; X 1401 (Herculaneum, 

1 st ): SI EA AEDIFICIA . . . SIVE PER SE SIVE 

cvm agris vendidisset j VI 10762 (Rome) : 

PRO PARTE IIII HVIVS AGRI ; VI 12772 

(Rome) : agrvm sive hortvm cvm aedificio 

MACERIA CLVSVM . . . CONSECRAVERVNT J VI 

15526 (Rome): hanc casam cvm agro; 
XI 5389 (Asisium) : ager emps (= emptus, 
Umbrian dialect); VI 1904 (Rome): con- 
presa (sic) aria (sic) it(vm), amb(itvm) 
per agro (sic) habet; XII 1524 (ager 
Vocontiorum) : in agro proprio ; VIII 
14684 (Simitthus, 214): in agris meis 
hos titvlos posvi ; X 444 (Vallis Silari 
sup., 1 st ) : locvs, sive ea pars ag(r)i 
silvaeqve est; X 3334 (Misenum): [in 

HIS] AEDIFICIS (sic) ET LOCIS [aDI^ACENTI- 
BVS AEDIFICIS (SIC), SIVE IS LOCVS ACER EST, 

and loci vero sive agri ; X 4842 (Ve- 
nafrum) 1. 16: locvs, ager in fvndo qvi 
(iltius) [est]; ib. 1. 23: octonos pedes 

AGRVM [v]ACV0[m ESSE PLACET] | 1. 31 I 
CVIVS AGRI LOCIVE, PER QVEM AGRVM LO- 
CVMVE EA AQVA IRE, FLVERE DVCIQVE SO- 
LET; 1. 32: EX AGRO SVO IN PARTEM AGRI 
... FLVERE POSSIT; 1. 34: PER QVORVM 

agros ea aqva dvcitvr ; X 4843 (Vena- 
frum): octonos pedes ager dextra sini- 
straq_(ve) vacvvs relictvs est (for aque- 



200 



AGER 



AGER 



duct); IX 4786 (Forum Novum): (ille) 
\q_vam tx ag[ro3 svo in mvnicipivm Fo- 

RVM NOVOM ... ADDVXIT ; XIII 5959 

(Helellum): acrv (sic, ace.) ex macerie 
orcvmdvctvm; IX 5076 (Interamnia) : 

EXTRA MACERIa(m) IN AGRVM PRAECARIO (S?C. 

sc. itur); XII 1122 (Apta): [ho]c sitvs 
est in agro; VI 9493 (Rome): agrvm 

SIVE HORT(OS) III CVM TABEr(nIS) III, ITEM 

aedificia. etc.; VI 10231 (Home): locvs, 

SIVE IS AGER EST. QVI EST IN VlA APPIA 
INTER MILIARIVM SECVNDVM ET III, EVNT1BVS 
AB ROMA, E PARTE DEXTERIORI (sic) ', VI 

10245 (Rome): locvs monimenti, sive 
ager est, Via Latin(a) ad milliarivm v 
svpra pontem; VI 10241 (Rome): in 
monvmento (illius), qvod est Via Sa- 

LARIA IN AGRO (illius). IENTIBVS AB VrBE 

parte sinistra; IX 4791 (Forum Novum): 

VIA, SIVE AGER EST, INFRA FONTEM (of a 

long strip of 1200 feet, only 10 feet wide, 
which might be regarded either as a pas- 
sage-way (via), or as private ground (ager); 
VI 36270 (Rome): hic lo[cvs si]ve ager; 
VI 10250 (Rome): via qvae dvcit in 
agro (sic, a diverticulum of the Via 
Campana); I 1126 = XIV 248S (Castri- 
moenium, B. C): in agro P. Paacili ter- 
minvs totvs est conlocat(vs) ; VI 10247 
(Rome, 252): monvmentvm ... in agro 
Avreli Primiani; X 6706 (Antium, 167): 
agro Avtolyci Avg(vsti) Lib(erti), Via 

LaTINA EVNTIB(VS)AB VRBE PAr[tE LAEVApJ. 

Lands dedicated to divinities, connected 
with temples, etc. Ill 355 £ (Aezani, 2 nd ): 
ager Aezanensi Iovi dicatvs ; X 3828 
(Capua, 77): fines agrorvm dicatorvm 
Dianae Tifat(ensi); XIII 6488 (Obri- 
gheim, Germania Sup.) : Mercvrio aed(em), 
sign(vm), acr(vm) (sic). 

(2) With distinctive appellation. VI 
2233 (Rome) : monvmentvm fecit interivs 
agro Apollinis Argentei ; VI 9275 
(Rome): (ille) colonvs agri Caeli Aenei 
(illi), colonae agri s(vpra) s(cripti); II 
5042 (Baetica, B. C. ?): fvndvm Baianvm 

QVI EST IN AGRO QVI VeNERIENSIS VOCATVR, 

pago Olbensi ; VI 7803 (Rome): in agro 

FONTEIANO, QVOD (sic) EST VlA AVRELlA 
IN CUVO RVTARIO PARTE SIN1STERIORE ; 

VI 29784 (Rome): via qvae dvcit per 
agrvm Nonianvm; VI 31619 (Rome): 
[ag^rvm Ciminivm; VI 10231 (Rome): in 



AGRO CVRTIANO TaL\RCHIANO ; X 6706 

(Antium, 167): agro Pedvceiano; XI 
1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ) 4 § 21 : fvnd(os) sive 
agros Acvtianos Vetvlianos Virianos; 
il». A § 22: loco agri Nasvlliani; XI 
3932 (Capena): ivgera agri Cvtvleniani ; 
XI 4488 (Ameria) : agrvm Tresianvm 
Masonianvm. 

(3) In general, « Country-land ■ , « coun- 
try » , « land * , « fields » . — Land- 
surveyors. II 3280 (Castulo): [aqvam 
per]agros qvaesitam. — VI 1371 (Rome): 
agri ivdex finisqve regendi. — VIII 
12636, 12638 (Carthago): (ille) mesor 
(sic) agror(vm). [Cf. AGRIMENSOR]. 

C. Formulas for the measurement of 
extra-urban lands, esp. those assigned to 
sepulcral monuments. Very freq. [Not in 
Africa, or the Greek-speaking East]. 

Normal expression: in fronte (front., 

FRON., FRO., FR., F.) PEDES (tOt), IN AGRO 

(agr., ag., a.) pedes (tot), passim ubique, 
(generally abbrev. ; in full agro abont 450 
times). Rarer, in fronte . . . , in agrvm. 
Exx., I 1059, VI 3324, 7879, 9583, 
9873,9930, 13627, 19121, 27019, 30065. 
36156, 36637 (Rome); XIV 2466 (Ca- 
strimoenium), 3402 (Praeneste); I 1248 
= X 997 (Pompeii), X 5040 (Venafrum), 
5352 (Interamna Lirenas), 5448 (Aqui- 
num), 5684 (Arpinum), 5707 (Isola di 
Sora), 6273 (Fundi); 1X531 (Venusia), 
8S1 (Luceria), 2625 (Terventum), 3981 
(Alba Fucens), 4435 (ager Amiterninus), 
4655 (Interocrium), 5076 (Interamnia). 
6113 (Brundisium); XI 490, 532 (Ari- 
minum), 922 (Mutina), 1046 (Brixellum). 
1071 (Parma), 3532 (Clusium), 4930 
(Spoletium), 5565 (Asisium), 5852 (Ign- 
vium), 6528 = I 1418 (Sassina): V 679. 
686 (Tergeste), 1171, 1420, 1520, 8318 
(Aquileia), 2928 (Patavium), 5751 (ager 
Mediolaniensis), 6120 (Mediolanium). 
7183 (Piemonte), 7359 (Clastidium), 7381 
(Dertona); III 1915 (Novae); XII 1405. 
1406, 1445, 1483 (Vasio), 4467, 4472. 
4978, 5288 (Narbo). [For in agrv, acrv. 
see above I]. — Analogical form in fron- 
tem, I 1248 = X 997 (Pompeii, B. C); 
IX 4435 (ager Amiterninus); XI 490 
(Ariminum) ; V 6120 (Mediolanium), 7359 
(Clastidium). — Very freq. in agro (in 
full or. abbrev.) precedes in fronte when 



AGER AGER 201 

(a, ca. 70 instances) the depth is greater 667 (Ostia): in fronte p. n. xv, in agro 

than the frontage, e. g. VI 28116 (Rome) : p. n. xiii ; VI 7880 (Rome): hinc in agr. 

in agro ped(es) xxx, in fronte ped(es) p. xxxui ; XIV 3314 (Praeneste) : in front. 

xv ; or(£, ca. 50 instances), the depth and p. ix, in agr. p. ix a maceria ad viam ; 

frontage are equal (square plot), e. g. VI X 4783 (Brixia) : in fr. p. xl, a via in 

33076 (Rome): in agro pedes xii, in fronte agr. p. c; IX 4348 (ager Amiternimis) : 

pedes xn; or (#, ca. 20 instances), by caprice, a via in agro p. lv, in fr. p. xxx; II 

when the depth is less than the frontage, e. 3282 (Castulo) : in fr. p. xxxii, a via 

g. XII 1481 (Vasio): in agro p(edes) xii, in agr. p. xxx; V 643 (Tergeste): inf. 

in fronte xxxi. — Sometimes in fronte {sic) p. xx, in ag. p. [tot] A VIA AD Ll- 

alone, or (especially) in agro alone ap- mitem; V 1184 (Aquileia): in fr. p. xxvi, 

pears; in this case we may generally as- inag. (sic) a fossa p. [tot]; XIV 2466 

sunae that another stone bore the comple- (Castrimoenium, 31) : locvm . . . long(vm) 

mentarv formula. [Exx., VI 12318, 14136, p. xlvii ad rivom Aqvae Albanae, latvm 

26711," 27294, 27304 (Rome); XIV 665 a via pvblica in agrvm p. x; V 507 (Ca- 

(Ostia), 3479 (Varia), 3525 (Castehna- podistria); in front, lon(gvm) p. xxv, 

dama); X 4955, 5040, 5041 (Venafrum), in ag. [lat(vm) p. tot)]; X 1314 (Nola): 

5228, 5265, 5299 (Casinum), 5532 (Aqui- in front, long. ped. xii, in agr. latvm 

num), 6273 (Fundi), 6416 (Tarracina) ; ped. x; VI 8542 (Rome) : in fr. lat. ped. 

IX 556 (Venusia), 4655 (Interocrium)] x r-, in agr. long. ped. x ~-\ VI 

But in Gaul, and esp. at Narbo, in agro 13627 (Rome): in fronte latv (sic) p. 

appears extremely freq. alone; here the xvi, in agrvm longvm ped. xnx; I 1104 

frontage was not expressed, being visibly = VI 29594 (Rome, B.C.): in agro l. 

determined by the length of the maceria p. xnx, in fronte l. p. xiix; VI 20992 

along the road. — Note juxtaposition of (Rome): in agro long. p. vu, in f. l. iv 

various forms and abbrev., in the same (sic); VI 22208 (Rome): in front, lat. 

inscr., as IX 767 (Larinum) : agrv, agr. ped. xx et digit(os) ii, in agr. lo[ng. 

agro and a.; IX 4673 (Reate): agr. and p. . . .]; VI 25532 (Rome): in agro lon- 

agro; VI 7001, 27145 (Rome): in ag. gvm p. vi, latvm p. hi ; IX 5559 (Urbs 

and in a.; VI 21374 (Rome): in fro. Salvia): in f. p. hi, in agro p. xv lat.; 

p. vu, in agr. p. v and in fro. p. vii, in XI 675 (Forum Corneli): in agr. a l(i- 

ag. p. v; VI 21382 (Rome): in fro. p. mite) f(ossae) int(rorsvs) p. xxxxviii, in 

x, in agro p. xii and in fr. p. xix, in front, p. xxxxiiii; XIV 583 (Ostia): in 

agr. p. xii; XIV 1804 (Ostia): in fro. fronte pedes intvs v, in agro p. xx; 

p. x[xv?], in agro p. xxv and in front. XIV 1124 (ibid.): in fronte [mo]nvmenti 

p. [xx]v, in agr. p. xxv. — Abnormal p. xiiii, in agro p. xxiiiis; XIV 3733 

formulas, II 529 (Emerita) : in [f]r. xii, (Tibur) : in longitvdine frontis sepvlcri 

in agr. viii (with omission of pedes); V p. dccl, in agr. p. clx • xvi (sic); VI 

1188 (Aquileia): in front, p. xxxii, in 10243 (Rome, 2 nd ): aria (sic) ... longa 

agr. xl; VI 2187 (Rome): in fr. p. xii, p. xxiii, in agro p. xxiiis; IX 4800 (Fo- 

in ag. xn; VI 1955 (Rome): fr. xiix, ag. rum Novum): in monvmento p. viii, in 

xiix; V 690 (Tergeste): in agr., ag. p. xiii, agro p. vi ; VI 15162 (Rome): ante 

p. xii (sic) ;Y 691 (ibid.): in agr. p. xxx, fronte(m) monvmenti in agro p. xviii, 

in agr. xxiii (sic); V 1461 (Aquileia): lat[vm] p. x; VI 19316 = 30067 (Rome): 

IN FRO. PED. XX S, IN AGR. , IN A. P. FRONS AR[eae] ET MONVM(ENTl) P. XXXIV, 

lxx. in agr. p. xxiv ; I 1241 =X 4255 (Ca- 

Notabilia. XIV 730 (Ostia): in fr. p. pua, B. C): in agro pedes xv, in via 

ccc, in agr. p. xcvi, q_(vod) f(acit) iv- pedes xv ; VI 8082 (Rome): in acro (sic) 

g(ervm); XIV 396 (ibid.): in fronte p. p. vii, latv (sic) p. hi s; XIV 1386 (Ostia) : 

CCLXXXX, IN AGRO, COMPRENSA MACERIA, LONGOS PEDES XXIIII S, IN AGRO PEDES XXVS ; 

colligit ivgera ii ::-(=2f ? ); III III 2082 (Salonae): in fronte cvm ta- 

2386 (Salonae): in fronte ped. n(vmero) berna p. lii, in agro p. xlv; VI 23292 

xxxin, in agro ped. n(vmero) xxxiii; XIV (Rome): in agro possiden(t) longvm pe- 

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Thes. linguae lat. epigr. 



202 



AGER 



AGGE 



DES X, LATVM PEDES MM | VI 19506 | li'Ulir): 
IN AGRO LONGVM I'. VI, I ATVM P. [II | V I 

15438 (Rome): in agro p. mi. in lati- 
tvdine p. ii ; VI 16217 (Rome): locvs 

IN AGRO P. VI, IN LONGO P. VIII ; VI 16002 

( Bome) : in a. p. mi, in l. p. x ; VI i 4657 
(Rome): [i]n ag. p. x[[. . .], in lon[g. p. 
. . .]; VI 15830 (Rome): a macerie lon- 

GVM LATVM IN FRONTE P. XVI, IN AGRO P. 

xvi ; VI 13220 (Rome, 2 nd ) : in fr. p. xvi s, 

IN AGRO PED. XVIII, ET ANTE FRONTe(m) 

lat. p. x; XI 1031 (Brixellum): in agro 
p. c, ad viam p. lv; Eph. Epigr. IX 1 78 
(Emerita) : secvndo pariete (sic = secun- 
dum parietem) p. vii, in a. p. x; VI 1904. 
(Rome): itvm, ambitvm habet in f. p. xv, 

COMPRENSO MONVMENTO (HUus) PATRONI, 

in agr. p. xxii ; XIV 3984 (Nomentum): 

[iN FRONTE P.] XXX, IN AGRO P. LX, [cv- 
STOJDIA MONVMENTI IN AGR. P. [...]; XIV 

2837 (ager Praenestinus) : vniversa peda- 

TVRA CVM SVO AEDIFICIO . . . CONTINET 
LONGVM PER FRONTES INTERIORIS ET EXTE- 
RIORIS PER AEQVE (sic) P. LXXX [. . .], IN 

agro p. [...]; VI 10235 (Rome, 149): 

PEDATVRAM DEDIT ANTE TITVl(vm) P. XXX, 
ANTE FRONTe(m) P. XXX, ET IN AGRO Q_VO- 

q_(voversvs) P. CENTENOS ; VI 12798 
(Rome) : fecit in agro pedes q_voqvo 
versvs us; VI 18154 (Rome): [in fr. et 
i]n agro pedes q_voqvo[v]ersvs iis; 
X 3943 (Capua): hvic monimento ce- 
dvnt ex agro qvoctvo versv (sic) pedes 
qvinq_vageni; VI 18502 (Rome): in fron- 
te et in agro pedes q_vadrati sede(c)im ; 
— Of complicated measurements and irre- 
gular plots, V 1290 (Aquileia): in fr. 
[p] lv, [in a]g. p. xlv, retr(o) p. lx; 
VI 14055 (Rome): in ag. p. x, in f. p. 
viii, in maceria in f. p. xmi, in ag. p. 
xm ; VI 29322 (Rome): in fronte pedes 

XL! II, IN AGRO PEDES LX, PRAETEREA EXTRA 
MACERIAM LATVM P. VS, LONGVM LXIII 
AD INTROITVM MONIMENTI PERTINEBIT ; VI 

15163 (Rome): qvae facit terra peda- 

TVRAE A LATVS (sic) MEMORIAE SVAE IN 
AGRO PEDES LONG. XXVI, LATVM PEDES A 

latvs (sic) memoriae xvi; III 9315 (Sa- 
lonae) : in f. sec(vs) flv(men) p- xxxxii, 
item sec(vs) monim(entvm) tn ag(ro) p. 
xxxxii, item a cap(ite) sinis(tro) lon- 
(gvm) p. xlvii s, item ab aqvil(one) in 
ag. p. xvi ; VI 7879 (Rome) : in front. 



PRIOR. P. XXIV, IN POSTERIOR. P. XXXXVI, 
IN AGRVM P. XXXIV ET P. XIII ET P. XX J VI 

7001 (Rome): in fr. p. xii, in ag. p. xi, 

IN SVPSECIVM (SIC) INF. (Sic) P. IVS, IN A. 

p. vii ; VI 8931 (Rome): eorvm monv- 

MENTVS (SIC) IN AG. P. XV IN F. P. X 

abante long. p. xi s latv • p. xm s; VI 
19915 (Rome): in fron. p. xxxvii, ber- 
svr(a) (sic) sinister(ior) p. xlv, in agro 
paries long. p. lv; VI 23608 (Rome): 

IN AGRO PEDES XIII, IN FR. PED. XI, LATVM 
PEDS (Sic) XXI, LONGVM PEDES XII ; VI 

34732 (Rome): intra p. lxxiiii et inte- 
rior, exxv, in ag. p. lx. [For other for- 
mulas substituted for in agro, see also 

INTRO, INTRORSVM, INTRORSVS, RETRO ; LA- 
TVS adj. and subst., longvs, latitia, la- 

TITVDO; RECESSVS ; HORTVS, TERRA, VIa]. 

AGGANAICVS. A local Celtic title of 
Jupiter, probably derived from adgana- 
q. v. [Cf. ADCENEICVS]. V 6409 (Ti- 
cinum) : I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) Agga- 
naico M. Nonivs Vervs cvm svis v. s. 
l. m. 

* AGGELLO of uncertain meaning, per- 
haps personal name. Ill 6618= Carm. 
Lat. 1312 (Alexandrea, 3 d ) : hvnc habet 
aeternvs cinis agcellonis (sic) honorem, 
hic iacet adsidvo rapta pvella loco. 
For possible connection with ayysXog or 
ayyt'Xkcov as used by Jews and Christiaus 
regarding the priesthood, or with ancilla, 
see Mommsen 1. c. and Buecheler 1. c. 

AGGER, (a) « Dam ». « dike » or the 
like, constructed to prevent the overflow 
of running water, waves of the sea etc. X 
6811 (Ardea, 238): litvs vicinvm Viae Se- 
verianae . . . labefactatvm, aggeribvs ma- 
rini operis . . . extrvi cvrarvnt ; X 6922 
= *IX 5994 (Montesarchio, 214): l[a]be 
agge[res c]adent[es p]rocvrsv flvminTs 
red]di[d]it ; X 6526 (Cora) : aqvam cae- 
lestem dilabentem montibvs collectam, 
interciso aggere, ... perdvxervnt; V 
2549 (Ateste) : via hac (sic adv.) ad ag- 
ger[e]m (i. e. of the Athesis = Adige) ; 
Notiz. (1900) p. 76 (ibid.): p(edes) viii. 
iter ab aggere ad sepvltvram (illius), 
and p. vm • iter ad [a]gge[rem], i. e. to 
the embankment of the Adige; III 14195 24 
(Ephesus, frgmt.) : [a]gger xv[. . . nothing 
else]; Le Blant 54 (== Sidon. Apoll. 
Epist. II 10): hinc agger sonat, hinc 



AGGR 



AGIT 



203 



Arar resvltat. — (b) Of the great agger 
or embankment in the fortifications of Ser- 
vius Tullins betveem the Porta Collina 
and the Porta Esqnilina, at Rome. VI 9821 
(Rome) : (Mi) pomario de Agger (sic) a 
prosevcha. — (c) As moles, any vast na- 
tural embankment or mass of earth or 
rock. Ihm, Damasi Epigram. 4 (Rome, 

f , 4 th ) 1. 6 : PROTINVS ADGRESSVS MAGNVM 
SVPERARE LABOREM AGGERIS INMENSI DEIECIT 

cvliwina montis ; ib. 49 (ibid.) 1. 1 : extre- 

MO TVMVLVS LATVIT SVB AGGERE MONTIS. 

AGGRAVO, -ARE. See ADGRAVO. 

AGGREDIOR, -I. See ADGREDIOR. 

AGIED. See AGEDINCENSIS. 

AGILIO. Apparently name of a Spanish 
clan. (?). II 5795 (Conv. Cluniensis): L. 
Pompeio Placido Gal(eria) Ag[ili]oni. 

AGILIS. « Quick », « agile », « well- 
trained «.VIII 2532 = 18042 (Lambaesis, 
speech of Hadrian, 128) b: primi ordines 
et centvriones agiles ; Audollent, De/i- 
xion. Tab. 230 a (Carthago, a devotio): 
PixovqiQ (sic), agilissime daemon in Ae- 
gvpto (sic). 

*AGILITAS. «Agility». VI 18588 
(Rome, frgmt.): agilitati svae . . . [May 
well be cognomen of woman]. 

AGIL1TER. «Nimblv», «Skilfully». 
Rev. Arch. XXXVII (1900) p. 347 = 
Annee Epigr. (1900) p. 14 = Bull. Comm. 
1903 p. 308 (Lambaesis, Hadrian's speech, 

128): VALVISTIS ET HIC AGILITER ET HERI 

velociter (addressed to cavalrymen). 

AGINNVM. A town of the Nitiobriges in 
Aquitania on the river Garumna. (Now 
Agen.). V 7615 (Pollentia) : sal ■ vos i • re, 

SAL ■ VOS VE • NI ■ RE DATE EX AGINNVM (sic). 

AGITANS. Part, as subst. (onlv in nom. 
plur. Cf. AGITO) = AGITATOR q. v. 
« Professional charioteer in the races ». 
In the magical tabulae defixionum (de- 
votiones) of Hadrumetum in the Prov. 
Bvzacena. Audollent, Defixionum Tabellae 
N°275, 276, 277, 279, 283: agitantes 
veneti et rvssei ; ib. 278 : disivngantvr 

a[gITANTES]. 

AGITATOR. « Professional circus cha- 
rioteer ». [Cf. AGITANS, AVR1GA]. I 
p. 475 = I 2 p. 73 = VI 10051 (Rome, 
1 st ): Scirtvs agitator faction(is) albae ; 
VI 10046 (Rome, 1 st ), list of familia qva- 

DRIGARIA T. AT(El) CaPITONIS, PANNI CHE- 



lidoni, comprising Menandro agitatori, 
Apollonio agitatori, Cerdoni AGITATORI, 
Liccaeo agitatori; VI 10048 (Rome, 
2 nd ): [C. Appv]leivs Diocles agitator 
factionis rvssatae, and [Dio]cles omnivm 

AGITATORVM EMINENTISSIMVS, and PRAECES- 
SIT OMNIVM FACTIONVM AGITATORES, and 
[PRAECEDENS] (Ulos) TRES AGITATORES MI- 
LIARIOS FACTIONIS VENETAE, and TRES AGI- 
TATORES victores, and inter miliarios 

AGITATORES PRIMVM LOCVM OBTINERE VIDE- 
TVR PONTIVS EPAPHRODITVS FACTIONIS VE- 
NETAE, and Diocles agitator, and [inter 

EM^INENTES AGITATORES . . . PLVRIMVM VI- 

cervnt (Mi); VI 10060 (Rome): Cl. 

AVRELIO POLYPHEMO . . . AGITATORI FACTIO- 
NIS rvssatae; VI 10062 (Rome): Epa- 

PHRODITVS AGITATOR f(aCTIONIS) r(vSSA- 

tae); VI 10063 (Rome): Mvscloso a(gi- 
tatori) f(actionis) r(vssatae) ; XIV 2884 
(Praeneste): (Mi) agitatori primo fa- 
ct(ionis rvssat(ae), natione Hispano ; VI 
10050 (Rome, 2 nd ): Crescens agit(ator) 
factionis ven(etae); VI 10057 (Rome): 

AVRELIO HERACLIDE (Sic) AGITATORI FA- 
CTIONIS venetae ; Am. J. Arch. (1906) 
p. 157 no. 8 (Rome) : Hyla agitator panni 
veneti; Bull. Comm. XXX (1902) p. 178 
= Rev. Arch. (1903) p. 163 (Rome) : (Avi- 
Hits Teres) solvs et primvs omnivm agi- 
t(atorvm), and [agi]tatorem fact(ionis) 
ven(etae), and ag[i]tat(or) fact(ionis) 
ven(etae), and agit(ator) fact(ionis) ve- 
n(etae); VI 10061 (Rome, 1 st ) : Ti. Clav- 
dio Avg(vsti) L(iberto) Epaphrodito agi- 
tatori factionis prasinae, and Anicetvs 
agitator factionis eivsd(em) ; VI 10058 
(Rome): M. Avrelio Libero . . . agitatori 
factionis prasinae; VI 33946 (Rome): 
Gigas agit(ator) factionis prasinae; VI 
33948 (Rome) : [. . .] [ag]itatori [fa- 
ctionis] pra[sinae]; VI 33949 (Rome): 
Adrasto agitatori factionis prasinae ; 
III 12013 9 (Deutsch-Altenburg): Scorpia- 
nvs [agita]tor factionis [...]; VI 621 
(Rome, 90): Thallvs agitator, L. Avilli 
Plantae ser(vvs); VI 10064 (Rome): So- 
crates agitator; Am. J. Arch. (1906) 
p. 157 (Rome) no. 7: Orphevs agitator; 
Notiz. (1895) p. 424 = Carm. Lat. 1661 
(area Dianae Nemorensis) frgmt. : agita- 
tor . . . ; Audollent, Defixionvm Tab. no. 
286 = Rev. Arch. (1902) p. 346 no. 54 



204 



AGIT 



AGNA 



i Hadrametum, devotio) : agitatore(s) Cla- 

rvm et Felice(m) et Primvlvm et Roma- 

NVM OC(c)lDAS ! 

AGITO, -ARE. [Preq. from AGERE]. 
(A) Lit., « to drive », ■ to be a driver - 
(Of. AGITATOR, AGITANS); -to pur- 
sue », ■ to hunt ». A-udollent, Defixionum 

Tab. 230 (Carthago, devotio): Pixovotd, 

AGILISSIME DAEMON IN AEGVPTO (sic), ET 
AGITA A SVIS PARENTIBVS, A SVO CVBILE . . . 

(ilium). — Esp. in sense of agitator 
esse ■ to act as professional circus-chario- 
teer ». VI 10048 (Rome, 2 nd ): [is pri>vm 

AGITAVIT IN FACTIONE ALB(aTa), and [iTEM 
I'^RIMVM AGITAVIT IN FACTIONE PRASINA, and 
QVADRIGA AGITAVIT ANNIS XXIIII J VI 10065 a 

(Rome): [ille] agitavit an(nis) xn; VI 
9709 (Rome) : hic in mi stabvl(is) agi- 
tavit nvmq_(vam); Audollent, De/ix. Tab. 
275, 277, 282 (Hadrumetum, devotiones): 

NEC LORA TENEANT NEC AGITARE POSSINT 
NEC RETINERE EQVOS POSSINT ; ib. 284 

(ibid.): nec agitare possint nec retine[r]e 

EQVOS p[0SSIn3t NEC LORA [teNEANT] ; 

VIII 16566 (Theveste) : [vehicuLa??] 

[a^GITARE . . . VLLO MAGISTRO DATA. 

XI 5998 a (Sestiuum) : neqve ante odisse 

AVT AGITARE (= tf pUrSUe « ) DES1STAM 

qvaiw . . . ; VI 29896 (Rome) : docta per 

INCERTAS AVDAX DISCVRRERE SILVAS, COLLI- 
BVS HIRSVTAS ATQVE AGITARE FERAS, (of a 

hunting-dog). 

(B) « To stir up », « set going », 
■ arouse >. VIII 4635= 16810 (Narag- 
gara, 3 d ): tibi, Ivno, sono[ros] perfaci- 
le est agitare metvs (i. e. tempestates 
metuendas). 

(C) Of mental action, « to ponder », 
« plan », « deliberate ». VI 1527 (Rome, 
laudatio Turiae, 9-2 B. C. II. 10: qvae 
dvm agitabas; II 1. 28: qvid agitav[eris 
propter hoc]; II 1. 41: agitari divortia 
inter nos. — II 2403 (near Bracara Au- 
gusta) : qvis honorem agitas, ita te tva 

GLORIA SERVET, PRAECIPIAS PVERO NE LINAT 
HVNC LAPIDEM. 

AGMEN. In plur., in derived sense of 
« procession », « throng ■. Ill 686 (Phi- 
lippi) : Q_yi dvcibvs taedis agmina festa 
trahas; Carm. Lat. 1378 = Kraus 4 (Hel- 
vetia, f, 6 th ).' ABIECTIS QVI FVDIT OPES NV- 
DATAQVE TEXIT AGMINA J Le Blailt 413 

(Vienna, f, 6 th ) : vnde fraterna docvit 



LIBENTER AGMINA TEMPLI (i. C the bl'Otliei'- 

liood). 

AGNA. « Ewe-lamb ■. [Cf. AGNVS]. 
Esp. as sacrificial victim. In the Arval 
records, VI 2041 (A. D. 58) 1. 1 : [immo- 
lavit] Deae Diae agnam opimam; 2042 
(59): [immolavit Deae Diae] agnam opi- 
mam; 2044 (66): [piacvlvm factvm oJb 
arborem qvae cecl[derat in lvco deae 
Diae, per kalatorem et pvblicos, porcam 
et agna]m opimam; 2059 (80) 1. 19: in 
lvco Deae Diae piacvlvm factvm per ca- 
latorem et pvblicos eivs sacerdoti, qvod 
arbor a vetvstate decidit, expiandvm 

PORCAM ET AGNAM OPIMAM J ib. 1. 22: . . . 

ob ferrvm inlatvm in aedem scriptvrae 
cavsa, porcam et agnam opimam | ib. 1. 24: 
ob ferrvm de aede elatvm, porcam et 
agnam opimam; 2060 (81) 1. 7 : in lvco 
Deae Diae piacvlvm factvm . . . ob ar- 
bores qvae a tempestate nivis deciderant 

EXp[i]aNDAS, PORCAM ET AGNAM OPIMAM J 
ib. 1. 17 : IN AEDE SACRIFICIO FACTO IMMO- 
LAVIT Deae Diae agnam opimam; 2065 
(87) col. 2 1. 28: Deae Diae agnam opi- 
mam immolarvnt; 2067 (90) 1. 44: [por- 
c]am et agnam opimam expiatam arbo- 
REM qvod decidit ; 2075 (105) col. 1, 

I. 40: in lvco Deae Diae piacvlvm fa- 
ctvm . . . PORCIS ET AGNIS, STRVIBVS FER- 

tisqve; ib. 1. 14: agnam opimam immo- 
larvnt : 2078 = 32374 (118) col. 1 1. 43: 

PORCIS ET AGNIS, STRVIBVS FERTISQVE ', ib. 

col. II 1. 66 : porcis et agnis, strvib(vs) 
fertisqve ; 2080 (120) 1. 39: agnas opi- 
mas immolarvnt; ib. 1. 58: porcis et 
agni[s], strvibvs fertisqve ; ib. 1. 61: 

[pJORCIS ET AGNIS, STRVIBVS FERTISQVE ; 

2082 (125): [piacvlv]m factvm porca et 
agna opima; 2086 (155) 1. 37: agnam 
opimam immolarvnt ; ib. 1. 60 : [porca^m 

ET AGNAM, STRVIBVS FERCTISQ_(ve) (sic)', ib. 

II. 71, 75: PORCA ET AGNA, STRVIBVS FER- 
TISQVE ; 2095 (2 nd , uncertain year) : agnam 
opimam immolarvnt; 2099 (183) p. 2, 
1.26: agna(m) opima(m) immolavervnt ; 
ib. p. 3, 1. 24 : porca et agna, strvibvs 
fertisqve; 2086 (213) 1. 3: agnam opi- 
mam immolaver(vnt); 2104 (218) 1.24: 
agnam opimam imm(olavervnt) j 2105 
(220) : porcam piacvlar(em), STRVIBVS, 
fertis, et agnam; 2107 (224) 1. 23: por- 
cam ET AGNAM, STRVIb(vs) ET FERTIS. — 



AGNA 



AGNV 



205 



So in other sacrificial rites, VI 32323 
(Rome, Coram. Lud. Saec, 17 B.C.) 1.93; 

[ix] AGNIS FENUNIS . . . [SACRVM FIAT] ; lb. 

1. 97: vim agnarvm feminarvm; ib. 
1. 99: hac agna femina; VIII 8246 (Nu- 
midia) : agna(m) Hercvli. — In meta- 
phorical sense, agnae (sc. Dei) of san- 
ctified virgins, i. e. nuns, V 6731 (Vercel- 
lae, f ) : mirifico genetrix fetv, qvae 

QVATTVOR AGNAS PROTVLIT ELECTAS. 

AGNATVS. See ADGNATVS; and add 
in extended sense: « related », V 2 p. 623 15 
(Mediolanium, -J-) : te ivbet agnatos vi- 

SERE CENOMANOS. 

AGNIS. XIII 3710 (Treveri, mosaic): 
Agnis. Evterpe, with figures. The refe- 
rence is probably to a mythic or quasi- 
mythic Phrygian called by Clemens Ale- 
xandrinus (Stromata I 16) Hyagnis (Yay- 
vig), the inventor of the trichord and of 
diatonic harmony. 

AGNITIO. n Resemblance », « sem- 
blance ». VI 1750 (Rome, 4 th ): agnitio- 
neiw (sic, ace. for abl.) svi ex omni parte 
perdita (of the Thermae Constantinianae 
which, through long neglect, had lost all 
semblance of their pristine splendor). 

AGNOMEN, a Added name » , « nick- 
name » . Ill p. 949 (Dacia, wax-tablet, 
163) : SCRIPSI ROGATVS per [. . .]m Resti- 
tvtvm, agnom(ine) Senioris. In sense of 
cognomen q. v., XI 6524 (Sassina): forma 

RVDI PVERVIW PrISCVM AGNOMINE QVONDAM. 

AGNOSCO, -ERE « To recognize», 
« discern », « acknowledge ». [Form ad- 
gnosco, VI 911 = 31199 (Rome, 1 st ); 
adcnosco, XII 915, corrected p. 819, = 
Carm. Lat. 470 (Arelate)]. VI 28753 
(Rome): agnosces nomen conivgis; Edict. 
Dioclet. Introd. 11.29: cvm intempera- 
tissimi homines mentivm svarvm indomi- 
tas cvpid[ines desig]natione q_vadam et 
NOTIS COGENTVR agnoscere ; VI 1711 
(Rome, 5 th ) : stvdio nostro adici novi- 
MVS, VT omnivm molendinariorvm fravdes 

AMPVTENTVR, QVAS SVBINDE VENERABILI PO- 

pvlo atq_(ve) VNIVERSITATI fieri svgge- 

RENTIBVS NOBIS AGNOVIMVS, and AGNOSCANT 
NIHIL SIBI ABSTVLISSE LICENTIAM FRAVDATO- 

rvm; VI 31942 (Rome, f, 5 lh ): [o_vi 

LEg]eS AGNOSCAS TVMVLI NOMENQ_VE DECVS- 

[qve]; V 2 p. 620 7 = V 6183 a (Medio- 
lanium, f, 475): cvivs vt agnoscas san- 



ctae praeconia vitae ; V 6723 (Vercel- 
lae, f,): sat dedit agnosci virtvs . ..; 
Ill p. 956 (Dacia, wax-tablet) frgmt. : 
(Me) agnovit (i. e. « acknowledged his 
signature » ) ; XII 915 = p. 819 (Arelate) : 

ADCNOSCET (sic) HOMINES AEg(er) QVOS 

no(n) pote sanvs; VI 911 = 31199 
(Rome, 1 st ) frgmt.: [gr]atias agere et 
adgnosc[ere . . .] (sic). 

AGNV A. A unit of land-measurement 
equivalent to actus, i. e. a piece of land 
120 feet square (containing 14400 square 
feet), being one half of the iugerum q. v. 
II 3361 (Aurgi) : cvm silvis agnvar(vm) 

TRECENTARVM. 

AGNVS. « Lamb » . [Cf. AGNA]. [Form 
acnvs, XI 6080 (Urvinum Mataurense)]. 
I Lit. (a) As animal slaughtered for food. 
Ed. Diocl. § 47 (III p. 1932): agnvs in 
po(ndo) I X (== denariorum) dvodecim = 
ccqvhov It. a'. X r[/S']; VI 820 (Rome): 
pro sangvine agni et pelle ¥: is. (b) As 
paying octroi. VIII 4508 (Zarai, 202, 
Lex Capicularis) : edvm (sic), agnv(m) 
(tot), (c) As sacrificial victim. [N. b. For 
i. e. piacvlvm factvm porcis et agnis vel 
sim,, in the Arval Records, where agnis 
is presumably fern. = « ewe-lambs » , see 
s. v. AGNA]. VIII 4468 (Numidia) : Fav- 
stina agnvm (sc. (immolat); VIII 8247 
(ibid.) : agnv(m), tavrvm domino (i. e. 
Saturno); VIII 8246 (ibid.): agnv(m) 
domino and agnv(m) Hercvli. II Metaph. 
(a) Of a child. XI 6080 (Urvinum Ma- 
taurense) : ACERVA (sic) A MATRE RAPTA ES 

vt parvvlvs acnvs (sic). — (b) Of the 
faithful in Christ. XII 592 (Aquae Sex- 
tiae, f) : dextris Tibi (i. e. Christo) nvnc 
fide adsistit in agnis ; Le Blant 3 (= For- 
tunat. Misceli. IV c. 3) : te cvstode pio 

NVNQVAM LVPVS ABSTVL1T AGNVM. (c) 

Of Christ as « Lamb of God ». Ill 9628 
== 12877 (Salonae, f ) : [e]cci (sic) Agnvs 
[D]ei qvi tollit [pec]catvm s(a)ecvli ; 
Le Blant 194 (= Fortunat. Misceli. II 
C. 3): qvaeqve LVPI fverant raptoris 

PRAEDA FEROCIS, IN CRVCE RESTITVIT VIRGINIS 

Agnvs oves; Rossi II p. 139 no. 29, 1. 1 
(Rome, 8 th ?): pastorvm dominvs svb agni 
decore nitescens; Hubn. Hisp. 530 (Ar- 
mentia, 10 th ) : Rex Sabbaoth magnvs Devs 
est et dicitvr agnvs. Mors ego svm, 
mortis vocor agnvs, svm leo fortis 






200 



AGO 



AGO 



AGO, -ERE. i To drive, chase, hunt", 
etc.; - to do, act, transact, perform, attend 
to, conduct », etc.; « to treat, discuss, <le- 
liberate ■ etc.; • to argue, plead » etc.; 

— in linisli, complete ». Of time, ■ to pass, 
live -. And the like. 

Synopsis of Arrangement. 

I Forms and abbreviations. 

II. Use. 

A. Literally, of motion: « to drive » (animals, 
wagons); «to drive away» (booty); «to 
chase, hunt ». — In extended sense, of 
works involving motion. 
IJ. Of action in general « to do. act, perform » 
(= facio). « To conduct legal or legisla- 
tive business)), «to take action, brin^ 
action n. 

C. Of public office and private affairs: « to 
conduct, administer ». (1) trivmphvm 
NAVALEM AGERE, CENSVM AGERE. (2) In 
official functions. (3) In private affairs, of 
agents, administrators, caretakers etc. Mer- 
chants and professional men. 

D. GratiaS, grates agere : « to thank » etc. 

E. Temporal. « To pass ones life ». With 
aetatem, aevvm, annvm, vitam etc. 

I Forms. With c instead of g: aci, X 
1401 (Herculaneum, l sl ); acens, VI 20317 
(Rome), II 2887 (Tritium Magallum), 
XIII 7441 (Germania Sup., 2 nd -3 d ) ; a • 
cens (sic), VI 29682 (Rome); acins, III 
10637 (Pannonia Inf., 3 d ); ecit. XI 1756 
(Volaterrae) ; ecerit, IX 3180 (Cortinium). 

— Pres. indie, ages = agis, X 8214 (Cu- 
mae, lamina plumbea lectionis incertae). 

— Pres. infin. agei, I 206 (Lex Julia 
Munic, 45 B. C.) 1. 64; XI 1146 (Ve- 
leia) 1. 30; X 1453 (Herculaneum). — 
Pres. Part, ages, VI 22470 (Rome), III 
2126 (Salonae); agis, X 1692 (Puteoli, 
4 th ) ; acins, III 10637 (Pannonia Inf., 3 d ) ; 
agns, Rossi, 714 (Rome, f, 5 th ): agnte 
abl., II 4853 (Tarraconensis, 238). — 
Fut. aga = agam, VI 3010 (Rome). Ge- 
rundive aged(vs), XI 3078 (Falerii, B. C); 
agvndarvjw, IX 1102 (Aeclanum). — Perf. 
ind. hegit, V 7647 (near Saluzso); ege- 
rvm, VIII 11306 (Cillium); eoervnt (sic), 
III 10357 (ager Aquincensis). — Inf. ae- 
gisse, IV 2413/ (Pompeii, graffito). — 
Part, acctvm, IV 3340 45 (Pompeii, wax- 
tablet); actv, VI 11034 (Rome, 6 B.C.); 
akt(oym), IV 3340 136 (Pompeii, wax 
tablet). 



Abbreviations, agentib., VI 541 (Rome, 
88), XIV 160 (Ostia), III 3505 (Aquin- 
cum), VIII 796 (Avitta Bibba, 338). — 
agent., VI 2548 (Rome), XIV 13 (Ostia), 
XI 6309 (Pisaurum, 3 d ), III 1471 (Sar- 
mizegetnsa), 5319 (SnlvaV 6746 (Trape- 
zus, J)' 1 ), VII 125 (Iscaj, Bramb. 151 
(Germania). — act., fyeq. as VI 10241 
(Rome), IV 3340 passim (Pompeii, wax 
tablets), XI 3614 (Caere, 113), III 411 
(Smyrna, 139), pp. 925, 935, 941, 945, 
957, 959 (Dacia, wax tablets, 2" d ), 7000 
(Orcistus, 4 th ), II 5041 (Baetica, 189 
B. C). — ag., VI 32874 (Rome. 5 th ), III 
14077 (Carnuntum, 187), VIII 10009 
(Furni, 366-7), II 2209 (Corduba). VII 
160 (Viroconium). — a., see above, p. 10 
col. 1 (27). — eger., VIII 11308 (Cil- 
lium). — eg., VI 29701 (Rome), VIII 
11312 (Cillium). — e., Ill 14214 34 (Cher- 
sonesus Taurica, 185). 

II. Use. 

A. Lit. of motion: « to drive » (ani- 
mals, wagons. Cf. ACTVS (B) p. 65 col. 2) ; 
« to drive away » (booty); « to chase, 
hunt " . 

Ill 3955 (Siscia) : ne q_vis in hac ara 
porcos agi facere velit ; Mitth. Antiq. 
Gesellsch. Zurich XXIV (1895) p. 22 
(Aventicum, 6 th ): egit oves. IX 4171 (Cli- 
ternia): pecvs, plostrv(m) ni qvis agat; 
I 206 (Lex Mia Munic, 45 B. C.) 1. 57 : 

NEQVIS . . . PLOSTRV1W . . . DVCITO, AGITO J 
1. 60: PLOSTRA . . . AGERE, DVCERE J 1. 64: 

plostra ... dvcei, agei ; 1. 65; qv[o] 

MINVS . . . PLOSTRA . . . DVCANTVR, AGAN- 

tvr. — VIII 8924 (Saldae, 3 d ): praedas 
actas. — II 2335 (Baetica) : avcvpivm 
calamo praeterstvdiosvs agebat. — Here 
too may be conveniently placed various 
idiomatic expressions implying motion, 
with inanimate object, as of « drawing 
breath », X 7112 (Catina, f): (ilia) vl- 
timvm spiritvm agens ; of « drawing mea- 
surements », III 2883 (Corinium): fin[i]s 
inter Neditas et Corinienses derectvs, 
mensvris actis ivssv (illius) ; of making 
a journey, VIII 20808 (Auzia, 315): iter 
agens (= viator), salve! 

B. Of action in general, « to do, act, 
perform » (= facio). « To conduct legal, 
state or committee business » , « to take 
action, bring action ». I 1409 = XI 4632 



AGO 



IlGO 



207 



\Lex Tuclertiaa, Augustan period): agito, 
facito ; II 5434 {Lex [frsonensis, 45 
B. C.) IV 2, 1. 35 (CXXIX) : qvot (sic) 

[q_VeJmQ_(ve) EOr(vm) DECVRIONVM d(e- 
CRETo) AGERE, FACERE o(pORTEBIt), EA OMNIA 

agant, faciant ; I 205 (Lex Kubria, ca. 
49 B. C.) II 21 : qvodqve ita factvm, 
actvm, ivssvm erit; VI 930 (Rome, 1 st ): 

EI AGERE, FACERE IVS POTESTASQVE SIT J 

XI 1421 (Pisae, 1 st ) 1. 53: facta acta, 
const[itvta]; ib. 11. 53, 56: fieri, agi, 
haberi, opservariqve {sic). — Res agere, 
agere used absolutely. Rev. Arch. XXXVII 
(1900) p. 347 = Annee Epigr. (1900) 
p. 14 = Bull. Com. (1903) p. 308 (Lam- 
baesis, speech of Hadrian, 128): omnia 
per ordinem egistis ; II 2959 (Pompaelo, 

119): QVIDQVID PRAESENTES QVOQVE EGE- 
RINT, ID COMMVNIS ONERIS ERIT J X 8249 

(Minturnae, devotio): qvodqv[o]d agat ; 

XIII 3689 (Treveri): nil scelvs egisti ; 
VI 18086 (Rome): dvnc (sic) haec age- 
rentvr; V 532 (Tergeste, 2 nd ): vt mani- 
festvm sit id evm agere vt . . . , IX 3429 
(Peltuinum, 242): agere coepisse; Rossi 
1029 (Rome, f, 532) : egit ne sterilis 

ROMAM CONSVMERET ANNVSJ Cai'lll. Lat. 

520 = Eph. Epigr. V 1049 (Mauretauia 
Caesariensis) : et qvid n[on m]vlti po- 

TERANT IVVENE[s], HIC SEMPER [sOLVS A^GE- 

bat; VIII 3412 (Lambaesis): nvr(vs) bene 
agens fecit; XI 2702 (Volsinii, 224): 

QVANTO AMORE QVANTAQVE ADFECTIONE 

(Me) . . . erga coll(eg)ivm n(ostrvm) 
agere institverit; X 8214 (Cnmae, la- 
mina plumb e a lectionis incertae): ista(m) 
re(m) qva(m) ages (sic = agis); III 6866 
(Tymandus, 4 th ) : vt ... ipsa qvoqve 

PERMISSV NOSTRO AGERE POSSIT, and ORDINEM 

agendarvm rervm ; VIII 796 (Avitta 
Bibba, 338): rem agentib(vs); VIII 2728 
(Lambaesis, 2 nd ): rei agendae; VI 2074 
(Rome, Arval, 101) tav. 1, 1. 29: rervm 
. . . qvas nvnc agit actvr[vsve est]. — 
Of ago as a general word expressive of 
action, substituting more particular words, 
VI 27852 (Rome): sed vis maior agit 
mortis (= vincil); VIII 134 (Capsa): 

MONVMENTVM AGENDVM CVRAVIT (= peP~ 

ficiendum); III 8298 (Dalmatia): votvm 

. . . QVOD [DEBEO], FELIX AGO (= SOlvo) '. 

XIV 4136 (Ostia) : Portensivm in Vrbe 
agentivm (= negotiantium). — Of legis- 



lation, I 198 (Lex Repelund., 123-2 B. C.) 

XXXIX: QVAM REM Pr(aETOr) EX h(aCe) 

lege egerit ; ib. L : rem agito ; ib. XXXII : 
qvom e[a] res agetvr; ib. LXXX : [sei] 

APVD EVM EA RES ACTA ESSET ; ib. XXIII: 

Sacramento actvm siet ; I 207 (legis ali- 
cuius fragm., B. C.) : h(ac) l(ege) acetvr 
(sic); I 205== XI 1146 (Lex Rubria, 
ca. 49 B. C.) I 1. 50 : nisei sei Mvtinae 
ea res agetvr; ib. II 1. 27: qvom eo 
agetvr; ib. 1. 29: cvm eo agetvr; ib. 
1. 30: deve ea re age[t]; ib. 1. 38: d(e) 
e(a) r(e) ita agetvr; ib. 1. 45: oj/ei d(e) 
e(a) r(e) aget petetve; II 1964 {Lex 
Malacitana, 1 st ) LXV ; de is (sic) rebvs 
agere; ib. LXVII : ea res qva de agitvr; 
VI 10239 (Rome): q_(vibvs) d(e) a(gi- 
tvr), and q_(va) d(e) agitvr, and de qvi- 
bvs agitvr; VI 10244 (Rome): q_(va) 
d(e) a(gitvr); I 205 = XI 1146 (Lex 
Rubria, ca. 49 B. C.) I 11. 23, 24, 30, 
32, 33, 39: q_(va) d(e) r(e) a(gitvr); 
IX 2827 (Buca, 19): eorvm locorvm de 
qvibvs agitvr ; VI 930 (Rome, 1 st ) : qvae 

ANTE HANC LEGEM ROGATAM ACTA, GESTA, 



DECRETA, IMPERATA AB IMPERATORE 



SVNT. 



and NEVE QVIS DE EA RE APVD [V]E AGI 

sinito; III 352 c = 7000 (Orcistus, 351): 

ACTVM EST INDVLGENTIAE NOSTRAE MVNEREJ 

VI 10294 (Rome, 5) : actvm est et ita 
decrevervnt; III 14165 s (Libanus Mons): 

QVAE APVD ME ACTA SVNT. Of legal blT- 

siness before the courts, pleadings etc. 
XII 6038 (Narbo, 1 st ): si qvid . . . actvm 
erit; XI 1421 (Pisae, 1 st ) 1. 6: cvm . . . 
ea acta essent; I p. 312 (Fasti Prae- 
nestini): lege agi non potest; II 4125 
(Tarraco, 193): apvtme (sic) actvm est; 
X 3335 (Misenum) : apv[d] me actvm est; 
V 532 (Tergeste, 2 nd ) : mvltas et magni- 

FICAS CAVSAS . . . [a^DSERVISSE, EGISSE, VI- 

cisse; XIII 1668 (Ara Rom. et Aug., 
speech of Claudius, 48) II 1. 33 : Coma- 

TAE GALLIAE CAVSA AGENDA EST; VI 9242 

(Rome): (Me) cavsas egit annis xxxviii; 
X 4842 (Venafrum) 1. 68 : dvm recipera- 

TORVM REIECTIO INTER EVM QVI AGET ET 
EVM QVOCVM AGETVR ITA FI^ET VT . . .J. 

Of action « in committee » , and the do- 
cumentary formula actvm with place and 
date : « done at ... on . . . , » etc. VIII 
21814 c (Tingis): {Me) [in c]omitatv 
agens ; II 2633 (Asturica, 27) : egervnt 






AGO 



AGO 



(////), aud actvm Cvrvnda; H 2960 (Pom- 
paelo, 185): egervnt (iUi)\ VI 1689 
(Rome, 821): agente ordine; VI 266 
(Rome, 8 d ): actvm itn icvs Mar. (cf. VI 
10241, 10247, 11034); IV 3340 1 (Pom- 
peii, wai-tablet, 15): actvm Pompeis v k. 
Ivnias (and sim. passim in the auction- 
tablets dating from A. D. 15 to 62); XI 
3614 (Caere, 113): act. idib. Ivnis; XI 
3805 (Veii26): actvm (illis) co(n)s(v- 
libvs); III 352 c = 7000 (Orcistus, 351): 
[a]ct(vm) prid. kal. Ivlias; III 411 (Smyr- 
na, 139): act. vi idvs April. Romae; freq. 
in wax-tablets of Dacia, III p. 925 (A. 
D. 167): act. Alb(vrno) Maiori (sic) ; 
p. 931 (162): actvm Devsare xii kal. Iv- 
lias; p. 941 (142): act. kanab(is) leg(io- 
nis) xiii g(eminae) xvii kal. Ivnias. (Cf. 
pp. 935, 945, 948, 949, 957, 959); VIII 
270 = 11451 (Casae, 2 nd ): actvm idibvs 
Octobr. ; VIII 14683 (Simitthus, 1 st ) : 
acta v kal. Decembres; II 5041 (Bae- 
tica, 189 B. C): act. in castreis a. d. 
xii k. Febr. 

(C) Of public office and private affairs : 
«to conduct, administer». (1) (trivm- 

PHVM) NAVALEM AGERE, CENSVM AGERE etc. 

I p. 458 = P p. 47 (Acta Triumph. Ca- 
pitol., referring to B. C. 260): navalem 
de Sicvl(is) et classe Poenica egit; (B. 
C 257-6, twice) : de Poenis navalem egit; 
(B.C. 254, twice): de Cossvrensibvs et 
Poenis navalem egit ; (B. C. 241) : de Poe- 

NEIS EX SlCILIA NAVALE (sic) EGIT, and EX 
SlCILIA NAVALEM EGIT J (B. C. 228): EX II- 

lvrieis naval, egit; I p. 459 (ibid., B. 
C. 167): [ex M]acedon(ia) et rege Perse 
naval, egit. — I 206 (Lex Iulia Mimic, 
45 B. C.) 1. 144: cvm censor . . . censvm 
aget; ib. 1. 146 : censvm agito; ib. 1. 148: 

QVI TVM CENSVM POPVLI ACTVRVS ERIT J ib. 

1.150: qvei Romae censvm agent; ib. 1. 
152: QVEiQyoMQ_yE Romae censvm age[t]; 
ib. 1. 154: seive qvis alivs mag(istratvs) 
censvm popvli aget; R. G. divi Aug. cap. 
8, 1. 2 : in consvlatv sexto censvm po- 
pvli . . . egi = I'xrov vrcatoq ttjv cctv\jo~\- 
ttiixrjGiv xov dijuov . . . t'Xafiov; III 6687 
(Berytus, 1 st ), Pais 475 (Altinum?, 1 st ): 
censvm egi Apamenae civitatis — (2) In 
official functions. II 1256 (Osset): censv 
(here = censura) et dvvmviratv bene e 
r(e) p(vblica) acto; VIII 2094 (near The- 



veste) : dvoviratv(m) egit in col(onia) 
sva Thelepte; VIII 9248 (Rusguniae, f): 
(ille) agens tribvnatv(m) Rvsg(vniis) ; 
VIII 9069 (Auzia, 320): cl(vaestvram) 
r(ei) p(vblicae) agens; IX 3180 (Corfi- 
uium): avgvstalivm honorem ecerit (sic); 
XIII 3162 (Viducasses, 238): in provin- 

CIA LvGDVNENS(l) (sic) QVINQVEFASCAl[js] 

cvm agerem; VI 1715 (Rome, 399): ob 

TESTIMONIVM ANTE ACTI HONORIS; VI 1685 

(Rome, 321): agentibvs cvriam (illis) 
dvoviris = « presiding over the local se- 
nate » ; XI 1756 (Volaterrae) : (Hit) cvivs 

MVLTA b(eNEFICIa) HABENS Q_(vaESTOr) 

ac(tvm) ecit (sic). — Absolutely, « to 
hold office «. XI 3303 (Forum Clodi, 18): 
item natali Ti. Caesaris perpetve actvri 
decvriones et popvlvs cenarent ; VI 
29700 (Rome) : magistris (dat.) qvi ege- 
rvnt ; VI 29701 (Rome) : mag(istris) qv[i 
e]g(ervnt). — Subordinate functionaries 
of the state or the fiscus. Those acting 
vice others. VI 1774 (Rome, 4 th ): (ille) 
v(ir) c(larissimvs) a(gens) v(ices) prae- 
f(ectorvm) praet(orio); II 2203 (Cor- 
duba, 306-337): (zY/tf) v(ir) p(erfectissimvs) 
a(gens) v(ices) praef(ectorvm) praet(o- 
rio); II 4107 (Tarraco, 317-326): (ille) 
V. c. agens per Hispanias v. c. p. t. ( = 
vices praefectorum) ; II 2209 (Corduba) : 
conivgi ag(entis) vic(es) praef(ectorvm) ; 
VI 1 125 (Rome, 293-6) : (ille) v. p. a(gens) 
v(ices) praeff. praett. ; X 1962 (Puteoli, 
4 th ) : (ille) agis (sic — agens) vicem prae- 

FECTORVM PRAETORIO ET VrBI ; XIV 134 

(Ostia): [praefect]o annonae v(icem) 
a(gente) pra[efectorvm praetorio]; III 
1984 (Salonae, 4 th -5 th ): agens vic(es) imi- 
nentiv[m (sic) virorvm praefectorvm 
praetorio]; VIII 10609 (Furni, 366-7): 
ag(ens) v(ices) p(raefectorvm) p(raeto- 
rio) ; VIII 7037 (Cirta): (ille) comes primi 
ordinis agens pro pra[efe]ctis ; VIII 
783 (Apisa Mains) : (ille) agens vicariam 
pr(aefectorvm) praetorio ; and perhaps 
VIII 962 (Vina): ac. v. p. p. — III 1625 
(Dacia): (Mi) v(iro) e(gregio) proc(vra- 

TORl) AVGG. NN. AGENTI v(lCES) p(rAESIDIS); 

III 1464 (Sarmizegetusa, 211-12): (illi) 

PROC(VRATORl) Avg[vs]tI [PROV(lNCIAE) ?] 

Dac(iae) Apvl(ensis) a(genti) v(ices) 
p(raesidis); III 3424 (Aquincum, 267): 
(ille) v(ir) e(minentissimvs) a(gens) v(i- 



AGO 



AGO 



209 



ces) pr(aesidis); II 1115 (Italica, 276), 
1116 (ibid., 276-81): (illo) v(iro) p(er- 

FECTISSIMO) a(gENTe) v(lCES) p(raESIDIS) J 

VIII 824 (Turca, frgmt.): [. . .] agens ibi 
vice [praesidis]. — III 5776 (Abudia- 
cum) : (Me) proc(vrator) [Av]g(vsti) 
provinciar(vm) Ivd(aeae) v(ices) a(gens) 
l(egati) ... etc. — VI 29682 (Rome): 
(Me) a. cens (sic) pro comm(entarms) 
svmm(arvm) privatae. — Agens in rebvs, 
title of members of a corps of imperial 
mounted police-messengers (post-Diocle- 
tiaa). X 7200 (Thermae Selinuntinae, 
340-50): (illo) dvcenario, agente in re- 
b(vs) ; VIII 989 (Missua) : {Me) ex agente 
in rebvs; VIII 14600 (Simitthus, f): of- 
f(icina) inventa a Diotimo agen[te] in 
rebvs; III 10234 (Sirmium) : ag(e)ns in 
r(ebvs); VI 32874 (Rome, 5 th ): ag(ens) 
in reb(vs); Rossi 714 (Rome, f, 5 th ): agns. 
rb. (= agens rebus). — IX 699 (Sipon- 
tuin) : (Me) Q_yi et ante egit rationem 

ALIMENTARIAIYY SVB CVRA PRAEFECTOr(vm). 

VIII 1270 (Chisiduo): (Me) agens vices 

CVRATORVM REI PVBLICAE. VIII 10867 

(Rusicade): in praefectvra sva pro hi 
viris agens. — In the military service; 
military operations. Ill 3424 (Aquincum, 
267): (Me) praef(ectvs) leg(ionis) a(gens) 
v(ices) l(egati); III 3469 (ibid., 284): 
(Me) v. e., praef(ectvs) leg(ionis) II adiv- 
t(ricis) a(gens) v(ices) l(egati); III 4289 
(Brigetio, 269): (Me) pr[ae]f(ectvs) le- 

g(iONIS) I ADI(VTRICIS) A(GENS) v([CEs) l(e- 

gati). — III 10429 (Aquincum, 210): 

AGENTES CVRAM LEg(iONIS). — VI 428 

(Rome, 235) : (Me centurio) fr(vmenta- 
riorvm) agens vice principis peregrino- 
rvm. — III 14077 (Carnuntum, 187): 
cvr(am) ag(ens) n(vmeri) h(arenariorvm), 
reading doubtful. — III 825 (Dacia): 
(Me) b(ene)f(iciarivs) co(n)s(vlaris) a- 

gens inm[v]nere (sic) sta[to]r(is). 

III 433 (Ephesus): (Me) frvmentarivs 

LEG(lONIs) I ADIVTRICIS AGENS CVRAM CAR- 

ceris. — VIII 18224 (Civ. Lambaesita- 
na) : (Mi) sig(niferi) leg(ionis) hi Av- 

G(VSTAE) AGENTES CVRa(m) MACELLI. 

XIII 6104 (Noviomagus) : (Me) agens 
expeditione Germaniae; III 13750 (Cher- 
sonesus Taurica, 185-6) : [militvm] agen- 
tivm in vexillatione Chersonessitana 
(sic); V 808 (Aquileia): (Me) agens in 

Thes- linguae lat. epigr. 



lvs[t(ratione)] (Mius), and agens lv- 
st(rationem) (Mius); Pais 165 (ibid.): 
(Me) sig(nifer) leg(ionis)iiiiii His(panae), 

AGENS IN LVSTRO (Mius) p(RIMl) p(lLARIs) ; 

XIII 6623 ( Obernburg, Germ. Sup.) : ve- 
xil(latio) leg(ionis) xxii pr(aetoriae) 
p(iae) f(idelis) agentivm inlignari(i)s SVB 
principe (Mo); III 7633 (Dacia, 239): 
(Me) agens svb sic(nis) (sic); XI 6107 
(Petra Pertusa, 246): (Me) evocatvs ex 
cohorte vi pr(a)etoria p(ia) v(indice) 
Philippiana agens at (sic) latrvncvlvm 
cvm militibvs; Pais 83 (Aquileia) : (Me) 
agens svper lat[rones] ; III 6194 (Troes- 
mis): pr(a)ef(ectvs) leg(ionis) ii Hercv- 
l(iae) [e]git ann(is) ii semise (sic) ; III 
14214 s4 (Chersonesus Taurica, 185): s(vb) 
c(vivs) c(vra) e(gi). — (3) In private af- 
fairs. Of the market, business in general. 
Ed. Diocl. Introd. I 1. 19 (III p. 1929): 
[in] venalibvs re[bvs qvae v]el in m[er- 
cimoniis]] agvntvr vel [divrna vr]bivm 
c[onversatio]one tractantvr; X 1401 
(Herculaneum, 1 st ) : in qvibvs locis mer- 

CATVS ACI (sic) SVPERIORIBVS SOLITVS ESSET 

temporibvs ; III 3288 (MursaJ : tabernas 
l cvm porticibvs dvplicib(vs) in qvib(vs) 
mercatvs ageretvr. — XIII 1811 (Lu- 
gudunum, 226) : vectigal . . . qvod agi- 
tvr svb cvra (Mius). — Of persons 
acting as agents, or taking charge of ope- 
rations for others, v. freq. Ill 2126 (Sa- 
lonae) : Novesis servvs ages (sic, subst. 
= actor); VI 1735 (Rome, 4 th ): primvs 
agens cvm svis ; X 4842 (Venafrum) 1. 65 : 
is cvi . . . negotivm datvm erit agenti ; 
VI 12055 (Rome) : aeam (sic) domvm eter- 

NAM (sic) QVEM (Sic I) COMPARARVNT AGEN- 
TES (Mi) s(vb) d(ispositione) patron(a)e; 
III 236 = 6746 (Trapezus, 3 d ) : dedicavit 
leg(io) i P(ontica) v(estra), agent(e) 
(Mo) prefaec(to) (sic) ; VI 10233 (Rome, 
211): agente (Mo) proc(vratore) Avgv- 
storvm nostrorvm; XIV 14 (Ostia): agen- 
[tibvs (Mis)']; XIV 15 (ibid.): agenti- 
[bvs (Mis)] ; VI 669, 738, 20993 (Rome), 
XI 4127 (Narnia, 218): agente (Mo); 
VIII 20084 (bet. Milev and Cuicul): 
egit (i. e. actor fuit) in his praedis an- 
nis xxv ; VIII 20085 (ibid.): egit in his 

PRAEDIS CVM (Mo) PATRE SVO ANNIS XXX. 

— Esp. freq. cvram agere = « to take 
charge * , cvram agente (illo) etc. = 

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AGO 



AGO 



■ Under the direction of...». [Distin- 
guish cvram agere = « to effect a cure », 
VI It) (Home): (iUius) medici, qvi cv- 
ram MEI DILIGENTER EGIT J Bull. Arch. Cl\ 

(1892) p. 62 (Rome, f): cvra(m) corpo- 
ris (ilia sc. cgil); and cvram agere = 
« to have a care », « beware », X 1971 
(Puteoli): cvram egit (tile). Rogo vos, 
fac . . . ne qvis [mi]hi titvlvm deiciat. 
Cv[ra]m agatis! ; III 412 (Smyrna, 253- 
60): agere cvram vt . . .]. Ill 2040 (Sa- 
lonae): cvram egervnt (Mi); XIV 2112 
(Lanuvium, 2 nd ) 1. 27: qvi fvneris eivs 
cvram agant; VI 18758 (Rome): hvivs 
sepvlcri cvra(m) egit (Me); III 6077 
(Ephesus) : qvorvm cvram agvnt colle- 
gia; III 14358 22 (Carnuntum): cvra acta 
per col(l)egas eivs; VI 2648, 9384, 
20675 (Rome), IX 4447 (ager Amiter- 
ninus), VIII 205 (Prov. Byzacena): cvram 
egit (Me); VIII 11306 (Cillium): cv- 
ra(m) egervm (sic) fili eivs; VIII 11308 
(ibid.): cvr. eger. fili eivs; VIII 11311 
(ibid.): cvra(m) egit (ille) vir eivs; VIII 
11312 (ibid.): c. eg. (Me) f(ilivs) eivs; 
VIII 11313 (ibid.): cvra(m) egi . . . m(a- 
ritvs); VIII 11462 (Byzacena): vxsor 
(sic) eivs cvra(m) egit; XIII 5027 (Lou- 
soDna) : (Mi) qvi cvram vestra(m) agvnt ; 
VI 20317 (Rome): (ille) cvra(m) agens 
(sic) (illius) fecit; V 7647 (near Sa- 
luzzo): QVRAM hegit (sic); IV 2413/ 
(Pompeii, graffito): Romvlvs Cerdoni 
sal(vtem!). Scias volo me tvi cvram ae- 
gisse (sic). — Cvram agente (Mo) et 
sim, extremely freq. Ill 7150 (Miletus): 
cvram agente (Ulo)= dmiAsXrjOevToq (tov 
Ssivov); III 3 (Creta, 104-114): cvram 
agente operis (Ulo) ; III 75 (Philae, 203): 

CVRAM AGENTE Op(eRIS) DOMINIc(l) (Mo) ', 

VI 2065 (Rome, Arval, 87), IX 3152 
(Corfinium), XI 6309 (Pisaurum, 3 d ), III 
1790 = 8484 (Narona, 173), 3707 (Pan- 
nonia Inf.), 6052 (Valarsapa, 185), 14195 43 
(Miletus, 100). — cvram agentibvs (Mis), 
VI 541 (Rome, 88), XIV 13 (Ostia), XI 
4750 (Vicus Martis Tudertium), III 3505 
(Aquincum), 14402/ (Thyatira). — cvra 
(sic) agente (Mo) [so most freq.], VI 
793, 1058, 1173, 2437, 2548, 11678, 
30865, 32760 (Rome); XIV 125 (Ostia, 
224), 2258 (ager Albanus, 244); XI 3780 
(Veii. 249), 6308 (Pisaurum); III 905 



(Potaissa, 195), 1471 (Sarmizegetusa), 
3237 (Sirmium, 212), 3675, 3720, 3725. 
3726, 6467, 10629, 10635, 10637, 10644, 
14354 :1 (Pannonia Inf.), 5319 (Solva), 
6025 (Syene, 140), 10618 (bet. Aquincum 
and Sirmium, 3 d ), 12337, 12339 (Thracia, 
3 d ), 14180 (Patara, Lycia); VIII 2495 
(Numidia, 188), 2907 (Lambaesis), 4293 
(Batna), 5230 (Hippo Regius), 10570 
(Saltus Bumnitanus, 180-183), 11459 
(Byzacena); II 2887 (Tritium Magallum), 
4853 (Tarraconensis, 238); X11I 7441 
(Kapersburg, Germ. Sup. 2 nd -3 d ); VII 12 1 , 
125 (Isca). — Cvra (sic) agentibvs 
(Mis), VI 868, 1116, 1511, 3358, 8826 
(Rome); XIV 102, 123, 128, 160, 168, 
169, 459, 462 (Ostia); XI 2650 (Satur- 
nia), 4086 (Ocriculum, 202). — cvr. 
agente (Mo), IX 4961 (Cures), VIII 141 
(Capsa), VII 160 (Viroconium). — svb 
cvra agent(e) (Mo), Bramb. 151 (Ailing, 
223). — cvragente (sic) (Mo), XI 6328 
(Pisaurum, 4 th ) etc. [See s.v. CVR AGENS]. 
— agente cvram (Mo), VI 22354 (Rome), 
IX 5420 (Falerio, 82). 

(D) Gratias, grates agere, « to express 
thanks, or gratitude », « to thank ». VI 
1492 (Rome, 101): vt omnis aetas cvrae 

EIVS MERITO GRATIAS AGERE DEBEAT ; VI 

1783 (Rome, 431): vt non inmerito pa- 

TIENTIAE VESTRAE GRATIAS AGAMVS ; XI 3303 

(Forum Clodi, 18): vt gratiae agerentvr 
mvnificentiae eivs ; VI 26158 (Rome) : 

CVIVS FRVGALITATI HERES MAXIMAS GRATIAS 

aget; XII 122 (Axima): ago gratias 
tv(a)e (h)ereditati ; XIV 2850 (Praene- 
ste) : (ille) cvi gratias maximas semper 
egi ; X 1453 (Herculaneum) : (Mis) patr(i) 
et fil(io) pvblice gratias agei; III 12067 
(Ptolemais Hermiu): homini bono gratias 
agimvs omnes commilitones ; VI 14537 
(Rome): ago memoriae vestrae gratias; 
IX 1088 (ager Compsinus): tantas ei 
gratias referre qvantas cvm viveret egi: 
XI 3614 (Caere, 113): gratiae hvic actae 
svnt ab vniversis; V 532 (Tergeste, 2 nd ): 

GRATIAS EI . . . AGERE, and VTI GRATIAS PV- 
BLICE c[l]ariss[im]o viro ... agat; IX 
1102 (Aeclanum): gratiarvm agvndarvm 
cavsa; VI 33840 (Rome, 227): actvrvs 
genio vestro gratias; VI 3057 (Rome, 

219): AGO GRATIAS EMITVLIARIO J VI 3010 

(Rome): grat(i)as aga(m) genio escvbi- 



AGO 



AGO 



211 



tori (sic); X 6302 (Tarracina): gratias 

AGENS GENIO FAMILIAE J VIII 8926 (Sal- 

dae) : nvmini Mavretaniae et genio Ther- 
marvm gratias ago ; VI, 6, 18 (Rome, 2 nd ): 

(Ml) GRATIAS AGENTES NVMINI | III 568 

(Amphissa, 4 th ): gratias agente beatitv- 

DINI TEMPORIS ET MODERATIONI JWE(a)f. (Mo)', 

VI 29149 (Rome): gratias maximas egi 

APVT (sic) DEOS ET APVT (sic) HOMINES; 

VIII 13154 (Carthago): ago svperis gra- 
tias ; II 6278 (S. C. Italicense, 2 nd ) 1. 23 : 

CENSEO IGITVR INPRIMIS AGENDAS MAXI- 

mis imp(eratoribvs) gratias; XIV 1942 
(Ostia, f): Deo Patri Omnipotenti ... 
[o]mni (h)ora gratia[s] [agi]mvs. Add 
VI 269 (Rome, 213), 911 (ib., 1 st ), X 
4643 (Cales), IX 4970 (Cures, 173), XI 
5738 (Sentinum), III 4739 (Teurnia), 
9589 (Salonae). — XIV 3679 (Tibur): 
agere grates ; IX 60 (Brundisium) : alma 
fides, tibi ago grates; Le Blant 425 
(Vienna, f, 6 th ): agit grates. 

(E) In temporal sense, « to pass one's 

life » ; withAETATEM, aevvm,annvm, vitam, 

ect., or absolutely. R. G. divi Aug. cap. 39, 
1. 28 : [cvm scri]psi haec, annvm age[b]am 
septvagen[simvm sextvm] = oxs eyqccipov 
tccT'tcc, rjyov sioq £ftdof.ir]xocri6v t'xxov ; ib. 
cap. 14, 1. 2 : Gaivm et Lvcivm Caesares 

. . . ANNVM QVINTVM ET DECIMVM AGENTIS 

= rdiov xal visvxiov Kai(S\jcc^Qaq . . . 
TisvTsxaidexastHg; VI 7166 (Rome) : men- 
sem agens vicensim(vm); VI 16489 (Rome): 
annvm agens tertivm; X 3924 (Capua): 
cvm ageret aetatis an(nvm) V; VI 14810 
(Rome): v(ixir) a(nnis) (vi), vii agens 
abreptvs est; VI 7853 (Rome): agens 
octavo anno (sic); V 6221 (Mediolanium, 
492): Evtreplvs ivstis bis senos cvrsibvs 
annosegit; XIV 2947 (Praeneste, 2 nd ): 
(Mam) agentem aetatis annvm xiiii ; VIII 
724 (Prov. Byzacena) : bis septenos cvm 
agerem annos; VI 23629 (Rome): annos 

AETATIS AGENS SEX ET DECe(m) ; VI 34321 

(Rome): an(nvm) xvi agens; VIII 9670 
(Cartenna): annos agens occidit xvii, 
m(enses) hi, d(ies) xviiii ; II 2169 (Epora): 
annvm agens xvii ; VI 14876 (Rome): 
agente annos xviii ; Notiz. ( 1903) p. 576 
= Mitth. XIX (1904) p. 148= Dessau 
8376 (Praeneste) : agens annvm octavvm 
decimvm ; X 3043 (Puteoli): (Mi) agenti 
vitae svae annvm xx j IX 1156 (Aecla- 



num) : hic cvm ageret aetat(is) ann(vm) 
xx ; XII 3200 (Nemausus) : (Mi) an(nvm) 
xxv agenti; VI 33829 (Rome): agens 
[a]nn(vm) xxviiii et m. hi; VI 17985 a 
(Rome) : cvm qva ter denos dvlcissimos 
egerim annos; VI 22389 (Rome) : ann(vm) 
agens xxx ; VI 22470 (Rome): qvae an- 
nv(m) xxx age(n)s decessit; VI 22150 
(Rome): qvae annvm tricensim(vm) agens 
decessit ; XI 4364 (Ameria) : annv(m) 
avtem xxx agens; VIII 13102 (Carthago): 
(Mi) agenti annvm xxx; XIV 3602 (Ti- 
bur, 1 st ): (Me) [annvm] agens xxxxiiii ; 
X 3906 (Misenum) : [a]nn(vm) agens ae- 
tatis) lv; VIII 14684 (Simitthus, 214): 
annvm agens Lix ; VIII 4333 (Casae) : 
annis (sic) SVPER LX agens ; VI 1883 
(Rome): agens annvm aetatis lxv; VI 
2268 (Rome): annvm agens lxx; XII 
5864 (Vienna) : annvm septvagesimvm 
septimvm agvnt; VIII 217, 218 (Cillium, 
199): AGIT IN diem operis perfecti ANNOS 
lxxx; VIII 4524 (Zarai): ann(os) agens 
vitae bis qvadrag[jnta]; HI 5880 (Rae- 
tia), (Mi) annvm ag[]enti . .]; Ill 10357 
(ager Aquincensis) : e(g)ervnt conivces 
(sic) annos [tof\. — Carm. Lat. 1398 
(Rome, f) : olli (sic) qvippe aetas vi- 
ginti est acta per annos ; XI 3078 (Fa- 
lerii, B. C): gonlegivm (sic) qvod est 

ACIPTVM (Sic) AETATEI AGE(n)d(ai). XII 

2127 (Vienna, f): qvi [fl]oren[tem a]e- 
vvm [e]git; XII 2130 (ibid.): qvi flo- 

rentem AEVVM LX EGIT per annos. — 

XIII 2395 (Lugudunum, 501): actaqve 
ca[e]]rvleis insvltat vita latebris ; Bull. 
Arch. Cr. (1873) p. 56 (Rome, f): egit 
vita(m) ; Ihm, Damasi Epigr. XCII 1. 3 
(Rome, f, 4 th ) : agens vitam. [Cf. Le Blant 
663 (Lugudunum, f) : Carvsa reliciosa 

(Sic) QVI (sk) EGIT PENETENTIAM (sic) AN- 

nvs (sic) vigenti (sic) et dvos (= egit 
vitam paenitentiae : «was a nun «]. V 
2931 (Patavium): exigvo vitae spatio fe- 
liciter acto. — III 6475 (Emona) : nam 
TER denos egi natales dvm vita remansit; 
VI 35126 (Rome): iniqvo fat<o> raptvs 

NON EGI ALTERVM (SC. HCLtaUm). VI 

22251 (Rome): septvaginta svper messes 

NATALIBVS EGI. Absolutely, AGERE (SC. 

vitam) = vivere. XI 856 (Mutina): (Mi) 

AGENTES SANI AD SVPEROS ; VI 11570 

(Rome): qvi ad diem mortis svae simplici 



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ADFECTIONE VNOQ_VE ANIMO EOl T MECVM; 

VI II 11605 (Byzacena): ex qvo tempore 
v(ix) ter senvm mens[v]m (sic) in diem 

MORTIS SVAE CVM MAR1TO EGIT. Add 

VIII 211 (Cillium, 2 n,i ) 1. 30: Aegyptos 
{tic) Phariis levitatibvs, artibvs actis 
(i. e. temporis acti). 

AGON. (ayur). ■ Athletic, gymnastic, 
contest ». (Cf. CERTAMEN). Only of the 
public contests instituted at Rome and 
elsewhere under the Empire. VI 33992 
(Rome): (Me) gymnico agone saepivs co- 
rona[t]vs; XII 410 (Massilia, 2 nd ): (illi) 
agonothet(ae) agoni[s cor]ona[to]; 
III 539 (Corinthus): (illi) cvrat(ori) ago- 
[non CJaesareon ex d(ecvrionvm) d(e- 
creto). 

AGONIA. Name of four festivals in the 
old Roman calendar, (a) Jan. 9, dedica- 
ted to Janus. I p. 312 = I 2 p. 231 (Fasti 
Praenesliai) : agon, and agonia; I p. 304 
= Pp. 223 = VI 2297 (Fasti Maffeiani): 
agon. — (b) Mar. 17, dedicated to Mars, 
(coincident with t;he liberalia q. v.). I 
p. 322 = P p. 242 = VI 2299 (Fasti 
Vaticani): [li]b. agon. — (c) May 21, 
dedicated to Vediovis. I p. 301 = P 
p. 221 =IX 421 (Fasti Venusini): ag. ; 
I p. 305 = P p. 224 = VI 2297 (Fasti 
Maffeiani): agon.; I p. 310 = VI 2296 
(Fasti Esquilini): ago.; Eph. Epigr. Ill 
p. 7 (Hemerologium Caeretanum): ago. 
— (d) Dec. 11, dedicated to deity not 
known. I p. 307 = P p. 226 = VI 2297 
(Fasti Maffeiani): agon.; I p. 318 = P 
p. 237 (Fasti Praenestini) : ag. ; I p. 325 
= I 2 p. 245 = IX 4192 (Fasti Amiter- 
nim): ag • in (sic); I p. 327 = X 6638 
(Fasti Antiates): ag. 

AGONOTHETA. (aycorodsT^g). Official 
director, umpire, of the public athletic or 
gymnastic contests. [Cf. AGON]. II 4136 
(Tarraco, 1 st ): (illius) agonothetae cer- 
taminis pentaheterici bis ; III 296-7 = 
6835-6837 (Antiochia Pisidiae, 2 nd ): (illi) 
mvner(ario) m et agonothe(tae) perp(e- 
tvo) certam(inis) q_(vin)q_(vennalis) Ta- 
lant(iaei), and elect(o) agonoth(etae) 
perp(etvo) ab imp(eratore) Divo Marco, 
certam(inis) sacr(i) Hadrianion Ephesi; 
XII 410 (Massilia, 2 nd ): (Mi) agonothe- 
t(ae) agoni[s] . . . Iobiani (sic); V 7914 
(Cemenelum): (illi) agonothetae. episco- 



po Nicaensivm; X 1487 (Neapolis): (illi' 
agonothe[tae]. 

*AGORIANVS, as part of name, per- 
haps « former slave of Agorius ? ». VI 
220 (Rome, 2 nd -3 d ): L. Cassivs L. lib(er- 
tvs) Agor(ianvs) Lepidvs. 

AGRADIENSIS. Ethnical adj. derived 
from some town wholly unknown. VI 
3111 (Rome): (Me) mil(es) clas(sis) pr(ae- 
toriae) Misenie(n)sis Agradiesis (sic); 
XI 91 (Ravenna): T. Pontiv[s], Agra- 
[dien]sis, hi (= triere) Pro[viden](tia). 

AGRARIVS. «Of lands ». Ill 4057 
(Poetovio): (Me) vet(eranvs) leg(ionis) 
ii adi(vtricis), dedvct(vs) c(oloniam) 
V(lpiam) T(raianam) mission(e) agr(aria?) 
II (= iterum) ; VIII 10570 (Saltus Bu- 
runitanus, 180-183): ivs ... ampliandi 

PARTES AGRARIAS. Esp. MENSOR AGRARIVS 

= « land survevor ». [Cf. AGRIMENSOR. 
MENSOR AGRORVM]. VI 3606 (Rome): 

L. IVLIVS PRISCVS, MILES LEg(iONIS) I ADIV- 

t[r](icis), mesor (sic) agrari[vs]; VIII 
12637 (Carthago): Didymvs Avg(vsti) ser- 

(VOS), MENSOR AGRARIVS ; VIII 12912 

(ibid.): Felix Avg. servos, mensor agra- 
rivs; VIII 12913 (ibid.): Victor Cae- 
s(aris) n(ostri) ser(vos), mens(or) agra- 
r(ivs). 

AGRESTIS. « Of the country » , ■ coun- 
try- » , « wild ■ . Subst. ■ countryman- » . 
(a) Of edible animals, plants, ■ wild » 
(as opposed to domesticated, fattened for 
market, cultivated). Edict. Dioclet. 4 1. 18 
(= III p. 1932): under the heading item 
camis, fasianvs agrestis (opp. pastus) 
X centvm viginti q_vinqve = [<Da~\<T(a- 
r[o]c ay[(>]<o[c] ; ib. 4 1. 26 : tvrtvr agre- 
stis vnvs X dvodecim = TQvyw[v ayqiog]; 
ib. 6, 1. 35 (= III p. 1933): asparagi 
agreste[s] (opp. hortulani) no. q_vadra- 
gintaH qvattvor = aOnaQayov \_ayg^iov 
xl&rot v. X <T — (b) Of country deities. 
VI 68 (Rome): Bonae Deae Agresti; VI 
646 (Rome): Silvano lari agresti. — 
(c) Extended, ■ of the country-side, coun- 
try people». VI 23083 (Rome): contra 
locvs sanctvs plavsv qvi excepit agresti, 
cvm primvm fvndo venerat hic dominvs. 
— (d) Subst., « countryman », X 4923 
(Venafrum, frgmt.) : agresti vita felix 
fvit. 

AGRICOLA. «Farmer». IV 490 (Pom- 



AGRI AGRI 213 

Peii, dipinto) : M. Casellivm Marcellvm decenter cvm meis lvsoribvs . . . Thermis 

AED(iLEm) agricolae rog(ant) ; X 6592 Traiani, Thermis Agrippae et Titi. 

(Velitrae): (illi) actori et agricolae opti- AGRIPPIANVS. Adj. derived from the 

mo; Dessau 7742c = Melanges XXIII name Agrippa. (a) « Former slave of 

(1903) p. 118 (Thubursicum Numidarum): Agrippa». VI 4808 (Rome, 1 st ): Philo- 

in foro ivris peritvs, agricola bonvs ; Tijwvs Agrippian(vs) ; VI 5202 (ibid.) : C. 

XI 600 (Forum Livi): (Me) [agr]icola, Ivlivs Divi Avg. l. Cozmvs (sic), specla- 

bonorv[m libertorvm patronvs], maxsime ria(rivs) (sic) Agrippianvs; VI 5203 (ibid.): 

eorvm qvi agros bene [et strenve co- C. Ivli Divi Avg. l. Cozmi (sic), specv- 

lant, qvi] corporis cvltvs qvod maxime lariari Agrippiani ; VI 5299 (ibid.) : Prin- 

opvs est [agricolis cvram gerant] etc. — cipis Caesari(s) ser. Agrippiani ; VI 5849 

As name of race-horses, Audollent, Defix. (ibid.): A[c]astvs Caesaris Avg. L., ostia- 

Tabell. 275, 276, 278, 282, 283, 284 rivs Agrippianvs; VI 8012 (ibid.): Phi- 

(Hadrumetum, devotiones). lagri Divi Avg. L. Agrippiani; XIII 2449 

AGRIFANVS pagus, in the territory of (Ambarri) : Tib. Clavd(i) Qvir(ina) Coin- 

Nola. X 1278 (Nola): pagvs Agrifanvs. nagi Attici Agrippiani. — (b) The Horrea 

AGRIGENTINVS adj., subst. « Agri- Agrippiana, warehouses in Rome near the 

gentine », of Agrigentum (Axqayecg), a Forum Boarium, built by Agrippa. VI 

city near the southern coast of Sicily, 9972 (Rome) : C. Ivlivs Lvcifer, vestia- 

now Girgenti. (a) adj. X 6316 (Tarra- rivs de Horreis Agrippianis ; VI 10026 

cina): (illi) leg(ato) popvl(vs) Agrigen- (Rome): [. . .]vs Nectarevs, [. . .]vs de 

t(invs) ; VI 20105 (Rome): (illius), Sicvu Horreis Agrippianis. — (c) The Colle- 

Agrigent(ini). — (b) Subst. X 7192 (Agri- giicm Agrippianum, a funeral society in 

gentum, 1 st ): Concordiae Agrigentino- Rome, named after Agrippa. VI 10255 

orvm sacrvm. (Rome) : dis manibvs collegio Agrippiano. 

AGRIMENSOR. « Land-surveyor » . — (d) Ala Agrippiana, a cavalry squa- 

[Cf. MENSOR AGRARIVS, AGRORVM]. dron of the Roman army, stationed on the 

VIII 12639 (Carthago, 1 st ): T. Flavivs Rhine in the 1 st century, later (under 

Dapnvs (sic) Avg(vsti) lib(ertvs), agri- Trajan?) detached for service in the East. 

mensor ; II 1598 (Baena): Q. Iv[l]ivs The name is derived from an unknown 

P. [f.] Gal(eria) Rvfvs, agrimensor Sic- commander. XIII 6235 (Borbetomagus) : 

caenas; VIII 8812 (Maur. Sitifensis, 3 d ): Partvs Mvth f(ilivs), eqves ala Agrip- 

per Caelivm Martiale[m] agrimensore piana, natione Trever; XII 2231 (Gra- 

(sic). tianopolis) : (Me) svb praef(ecto) eqvi- 

AGRIOPHAGI (Ayqiofpayoi). Name of t(vm) alae Agrippian(ae) ;.III 600 (Byllis, 

a wild tribe in the southeastern part of 2 nd ): praepositvs in Mesopotamia vexil- 

Egypt, near the Red Sea. Rev. Arch. VI lationibvs eqvitvm electorvm alarvm 

(1905) p. 479 no. 131 (Thebae, Egypt, 2 nd ): praetoriae, . . . Agrippianae . . . etc. 

(Me) qvi bidvo secvtvs Agriophagos ne- AGRIPPIASTAE. Name of an associa- 

qvissimos, qvorvm fere pars maior in tion in Sparta organized in honor of M. 

pvgna perit (sic) . . . Vipsanius Agrippa. Ill 494 (Sparta, 18- 

AGRIPPAE PONS, THERMAE, (a) A. 12 B. C): [M. AgrippaJm co(n)s(v- 

pons, a bridge in Rome spanning the lem) te[r]t. [tribvni]c(ia) potest(ate) 

Tiber not far above the modern Ponte .. . [a]grippiastae [et prince]ps C. Iv- 

Sisto. Nothing is known of its history. [l]ivs[Dexi]machvs Pratol[aif(ilivs)] = 

VI 31545 (Rome, 1 st ): ripam, cippis po- \_Maqxov 'Ayqivc^nav vnarov [to / drj- 

s[itis], terminavervnt a Tr[ig]ar[io] ad fi~\aqxixfjq e£ov[Giccg . . . 'A~\yQmmctGtai 

Pontem Agrippa[e]. — (b) A. Thermae, [xcd ngtafivs r<x]iog Iovhog \_j£~\%i[iaxog 

the first of the great public Thermae of TIoa[xoXaov~\. 

Rome, built by M. Agrippa in 25 B. C, AGRIPPINA. Colonia. [For fuller and 

just south of the Pantheon. VI 36620 more common name, see AGRIPPINEN- 

(Rome, frgmt. of the F. V. R.) : [Th]ermae SIS]. A town and military outpost on the 

[Agrip]pae; VI 9797 (Rome, 126): lvsi left bank of the Rhine, now Koln, Co- 



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AGVN 



logne. VI 32627 (Rome, laterculus prae- 
torianorum) : C. Ivlivs Acceptvs, Agrip- 
i>(ina), and L. Verinivs Svpestes (sic) . 
Agrip(pina); VI 2390 = 32630 (ibid., 
fjjgmt.): (tile) Agrippin(a); III 14214 (Mu- 
nicipium Tropaeum): L. Gavillivs Primvs, 
Agrip(pina), andL. Ivl(ivs) Lollivs, Agri(p- 
pina), and M. Ivlivs Annivs, Agri(ppina), 
and [-] Vaifrivs (sic) Primvs, Ag(rippina). 
{_N. b. These abbrev. may also be inter- 
preted as Agrippinensis']. 

AGRIPPINAE LAVACR.VM, name of a 
bathing establishment in Rome, apparently 
somewhere on the lower Viminal, near the 
present church of S. Lorenzo in Panis- 
perna. XV 7247 (Rome, fistula plumbea, 
cf. VI 29765, 36605): [in?] Lavacro 
Agrippinae. 

AGRIPPINENSIS. [Pull name, Colonia 
Claudia Ara Augusta Agrippinensis, or 
Agrippinensium. Cf. AGR1PPINA]. A 
town and military outpost on the left bank 
of the Rhine, (formerly Oppidum, or Ara, 
Dbiorum), now Koln, Coin, Cologne, (a) 
Adj., Subst. in name of town. Bonner Jahrb. 
XCVIII p. 50 and CX (1903) p. 190 
(Col. Agripp.): C(olonia) C(lavdia) A(ra) 
A(grippinensis, oi'-ivm); III 4479 (Car- 
nuntum): (ille) Ara Agrip(pinensivm); IX 
1584 (Beneventum): cvr(ator) col(oniae) 
Avg(vstae) Agrippinensi\'m; Bonner Jahrb. 
CVIII-CIX (1902) p. 137 = Bramb. 239 
(near Col. Agripp.): (ille) d(ecvrio) C(o- 
loniae) Ac; Bramb. 549 (Ziilpich, 352): 
dec(vrio) C(oloniae) A.; V 1047 (Aqui- 
leia): (ille) domo Cl(avdia) Agrip. ; X 
3896 (Capua): (Mi) mil(iti) leg(ionis) 

Pr(aETORIAE) SEVER(lANAE) . . . NATO Co- 

l(onia) Agrippinense; Bramb. 1930, 1932 
( Rigomagus, 262, milestone)', a Col. Agripp. 
m(ilia) p(assvvm) xxx ; ib. 1934 (Marien- 
holz, near Ziilpich, 202-5): a Colon. Ag. 
levgae (tot) ; ib. 1935 (near Marco- 
magus): a Col. Agripp. m. p. xxxix. — 
(b) Adj. « Of A ». Subst. « Inhabitant, 
native, of A ». XII 674 (Arelate): vir 
Agripinensis (sic) nomine Geminvs hic 
iacet; III 10548 (Aquincum): cives Agri- 
pin, (sic) Transalpini; XIII 1844 (Lu- 
gudunum): (Mi) civ(i) Agripp.; XIII 1904 
(ibid.): (Mi) civi Agrippinens.; XIII 1905 
(ibid.): (Mi) civi Agrippinensi; XIII 2037 
(ibid.): (ille) civis Agripinen. (sic); XIII 



2614 (Cavillonum): (Mi) Agripinensi (sic); 
XIII 6968 (Mogontiacum) : (Mius) civis 
Agripinensis (sic); VI 36325 (Rome): 
(Mi) nat(ione) Agrippinensi ; Bramb. 433 
= Bonner Jahrb. CVIII-CIX (1902) p. 1 86 
(Col. Agripp.); (Mi) mi: (iti) leg(ionis) 
xxx V(lpiae) V(indicis), Agrip.; XIII 2945 
(Agedincnm): Cossiae Vrsvlae Agripinen- 
si (sic); XII 2397 (Augustum): Vlpiae 
Anthvsae Agrippinens.; Bramb. 1989 
(uncertain source): Iv[l](iae) Pieridi 
Agripp.; Bramb. 330 (Col. Agripp.): (Ma) 
Agripp. Bonner Jahrb. GUI (1898) p. 261. 
(ibid.): (Mi) Agripinen(si); V 6888 (Alpis 
Poenina): M. Svlpic(ivs) Marcellvs Acnip. 
(sic); III 10940 (Scarbantia) : M. Appia- 
nivs Vrsvlvs Acr. (sic); III 3642 (Ul- 
cisia Castra) : (Me) Agripinen[sis]]; III 
10508 (Aquincum): (Mi) Agri[ppinen]si ; 
VIII 21117 (Caesarea): (Mi) A[grip]pi- 
nensi; II 484 (Emerita, 3 d ): (Mi) Agrip- 
pinensi. 

AGRIPPINIANVS. Adj. derived from 
the name Agrippina. (a) Former slave 
of Agrippina. VI 15616 (Rome, 1 st ): 
Anthvs Imp(eratoris) T(iti) Caesaris Av- 
g(vsti) ser(vos) Agrippinianvs; VI 24164 
(ibid.) ; Phoebo Caesaris n(ostri) Agrip- 
piniano; VI 33737 (ibid.): Polybivs Agrip- 
pin(ianvs) Imp(eratoris) Caes(aris) Av- 
g(vsti) ser(vos). — (&)The Ilorrea Agrip- 
piniana, warehouses in Rome, site not 
kuown, (probably different from the Ilorrea 
Agrippiana q. v.). XIV 3958 (Nomentum): 

(Ml) VESTIARIO DE HORREIS AGRIPPINIANIS. 

AGVLENSIS? Probably, « native of 
Agla, (Agula) » , a town of Hispania Bae- 
tica between the river Baetis and the 
ocean; exact site not known. II 1657 
(Baetica) : Postvmia L. l. Favstina, Agv- 
l(ensis). 

AGVNTENSIS. ■ Inhabitant of Agun- 
tum, or Aguontum » q. v. VI 1569 (Rome, 
3 d ) : civitates [Norici vi] . . . Agvnten- 
s(es) . . . etc. 

AGVNTVM, AGVONTVM. A town in 
Noricum, now Liens. Ill 5583 (Bedaium) : 

(MUM) II VIRVM ET PRAEF(ECTVM) l(VRl) 

d(icvndo) civitatis Agvont(i); V 708 
(ager Tergestinus) : (Me) dec(vrio) et ii 
vir Cl(avdiae) Ag(vonti) ; III 11485 
(Aguontum) : locvs sepvltvrae cvltorvm 
geni mvnicip(i) Agvnt(i); III 5708 (No- 



AGVS 



ALA 



215 



ricuin, 218, a milestone): ab Ag(vonto) 
m(ilia) p(assvvm) lvi; VI 32624 (Rome, 
laterculus praetoriaaorum) b. 1. 11: M. 
Avr(elivs) M. f. Cl(avdia) Dammo, Acvn- 
t(o) (sic). 

AGVSTVS. See AVGVSTVS. 

[AH interj. See A above, p. 14]. 

AHENEVS, AHENVS. See AENEVS. 

AHERBELSTE, a local deity of the 
Convenae on the northern slopes of the 
Pyrenees. The name is perhaps preserved 
in that of the stream Arboust. XIII 174 
(Convenae): Aherbelste deo, Senivs et 
Hanna Procv[li filia?^\. 

[AHIAHENAE. False reading for ALHIA- 
HENAE q. v.]. 

AHINEHAE Matronae. If correctly read, 
name of matron-deities of the Germans. 
[Cf. MATER, MATRA, MATRONA. 
See also ALBIAHENAE, ALHIAHENAE]. 
Bramb. 1980 (Blanckenheim, Germania): 

MATRONIS AHINEHABVS, ATTIGANVS (al. At- 
TICIANVS) (S)PERATVS L(lBENS) m(eRITo). 

[Cf. lhm. Bonner Jahrb. LXXX-III (1886) 
p. 21]. 

AVHECCANAE. Local deities of the 
Germans on the Rhine. Dessau 4738 (near 
Col. Agrippinensis, 201) : Ahveccanis, 

AVEHAE ET HELLIVESAE, (Ml) FRATRES EX 
REDITV IPSARVM L(lBENTES) p(oSVERVNt). 

AIACIANA praedia, the estate of Vi- 
bius Aiacianus, probably in or near Rome 
(2 nd cent., temp. Hadrian.), on which he 
maintained a tile-factory. [Cf. XV 1500, 
1503, 1504: de pr(aediis) Vibii Aiaciani]. 
XV 9 (Rome, later, 144): op(vs) do- 
l(eare) ex pr(aediis) Aiacia(nis) Arvl(eni) 
Epagath(i); XV 10 (Rome, later, 2 nd ): 
ex pr(aediis) Aiacianis op(vs) dol(eare) 
ex of(ficina) Cal(petani?) Primit(ivi). 

[AIANAINITIA has been supposed to 
be a (corrupt) name of a local divinity, 
but is more likely a woman's name: Aia 
Nainitia. Ill 14413 (Moesia Inf.): Aia- 

NAINITIA (SIC), VAL(ERIVS) VaLENS VOTV/Vl]. 

AIAX. (Gk. Ai'ag). The name of two 
Greek heroes in the siege of Troy, Ajax 
son of Oileus, king in Locris, and Ajax 
son ofTelamon, king of Salamis. On early 
incised bronze Graeco-Etruscan cistae and 
a mirror from Praeneste XIV 4108 (cista, 
with figure holding two horses, surrounded 
by other figures): Aiax Oilios; I 1500 = 



XIV 4106 (cista, with armed bearded 
warrior): Aiax; I 1501 = XIV 4107 (ci- 
sta, similar warrior): Aiax; XIV 4102 
(speculum, with warrior armed by a god- 
dess): Aiax. — As name of race-horse, VI 
10053 (Rome): (Me vicit) Aiace af(ro). 
[AIIVS RAGATVS, or AIIORAGATVS. 
Possibly name of a local deity, but read- 
ing and interpretation uncertain. [Cf. AIA- 
NAINITIA]. II 2772 (Clunia): Ai • io 
(sic) | Ragato, L. Aeiyulivs Qvartio lapi- 

DARIVS v(0TVm) S(OLVIT) L(lBENS) m(erITo)]. 

AILOE. Mystic name of God on guostic 
stones. See ELOE. 

AIMILIVS. See AEMILIVS. 

*AIO. Supposed by Hiibner to be the 
name of a town in Spain, wholly un- 
known. Hiibn. Hisp. 76 (near Hispalis, 
573): LtvviGiLDVs rex in cibitate (sic) 
Ispa(lense) (sic), dvcti Aione. (* ffrme- 
negildam a Liuvigildo patre suo regnante 
turn ductum esse in locum aliquem aut 
Aionem aut Alonem »). 

AIO, -IS. « To say ». I p. 315 = I» 
p. 234 (Fasti Praeaestini) March 23: 

CLAVANl EAIW AIT ESSE IN RVINA PaLa[t]i . . . 

repertaiw; I p. 319 (ibid.) Dec. 21 : [fieri 

ID SACRV]m AIVNT OB An[nV«V NOVGWl] J 

Carm. Lat. 359 (Pompeii, graffito): nil 
ais (for agis??), cvnil[ing]vs (sic); ib. 
935 (ibid., frgmt.): habere aivnt . . . ; VI 
8401 (Rome, f, 6 th ): se qvoqve felicem, 
si poteritvr (sic = potiretur), ait; V 
5870 (Mediolanium): qvi tibi ... sic ait: 
o miser!; Le Blant 172 (Civ. Turonum, 
= Sulp. Sev. Dial.): fides vt ipse (sic) 
ait, sic tva salvs ERiT;ib. 195 (Artanne, 
= Fortunat. Miscell. X 5) : qviqve Re- 

DEMPTORE/Yl E CAELO ReGEM OMNIPOTENTEIYl 
POST AIT VT TERRIS VENTRE MaRIA DARET. 

AIRO. Apparently name of a Spanish 
deity. II 5888 (Cabeza del Griego): deo 

AlRONI. 

ALA. « Wing » . (A) Lit., of animals. 
(B) Of buildings. (C) In the army, « squa- 
dron », the tactical unit of the imperial 
cavalry-service. 

[Forms. Gen. ale, VI 1641 (Rome, 3 d ); 
III 787, 804 (Dacia), 3252 (Acumincum), 
3351, 3677, 3679, 10609, 15154 (Panno- 
nia Inf.), 3392 (Campona), 3446 (Aquin- 
cum), 10366 (ager Aquincensis), 4379 
(Arrabona), 4466 (Carnuntum), 5091 (Val- 



21 < 



ALA 



ALA 



iis-Lavantina), 5899 (Kaetia), 7(344 (Lar- 
giana), In:»!!'. 1 (Matrica), 12152 (Appiaria); 

VI 11 '.»750 (Aquae Sirenses), 9704 (Portna 
Magnus), 21044 (Gaesarea . 21516 | Maur. 

sariensis). 21814 (Tingis); Eph. Epigr. 
IV 1001 (Arbal): Bramb. 286 (I)urno- 
maums); VII 258 [Old Carlisle), 5:17 
(Condercnm), 1233 (near Lancaster, a 
tile). — alai. VII 587 (Cilernum). — 
alaes, VIII 6707 (Tiddis). — aliae (sie), 

VII 571 (Hunmim). — Abbrev., al. freq. 
everywhere; a.. Ill 807, 811 (Dacia), 
1668 . B074 1 (ibid., tiles), 7504(Troesmis), 
15171 (Ulcisia Castra); VIII 2 1(5 17 (Por- 
tus Magnus) ; Eph. Epigr. Ill p. 318 no. 202 
(South Shields, lead tessera); alar., XI 
3007 ( Vitcrbo)~]. 

(A) Literally, of birds; and transferred 
to men or gods, God. VIII 213 (Cillium. 

2 nd ) 1. 13: IN SVMMO TREMVLAS GALLI NON 

diximvs alas (of a carved figure on the 
tomb); IV 1538 (Pompeii, graffito): cvm 

QVIDAM PETERET ALAS; VI 32000 (Roilie, 
4 th ) : AETHERA PERVOLITANS LEVIBVS SE SV- 

stvlit alis; Carm. Lat. 346 (Britannia, 
bronze vase): armiger ecce Iovis Gany- 
mede^) svstvlit alis; Le Blant 168 (Civ. 
Turonum. 7): nos qvoqve vallatv ala- 
rvm. Sancte. tvarvm protege, conserva, 
dilige, semper ama ! 

(B) As applied to parts of buildings. 
XIV 4183 (Nemus Dianae. mosaic) : (ille) 

ALAM (of a Cello) EXPOLMT ET [...] ET QVAE 

intvs posita svnt Dia[nae . . .] ; IX 3523 
(Furfo): (illi) cvr(atores) fan(i) porti- 

CVM, ALAM D(E) PAG(l) s(eNTENTIa) f(aCIEN- 
DAS) C(VRAVERVNT). 

(C) In the imperial army, the tactical 
unit of the cavalry, a ■ squadron », (exclu- 
sive of the auxiliary cavalry attached to 
the legiones). The commander was a prae- 
fectus, and the ala was divided into tur- 
mae. each commanded by a decurio. [For 
other officers and under-officers. cf. svb- 

PRAEFECTVS. PRAEPOSITVS, DVPLARIVS, DV- 
PLICARIVS. DVPLICIARIVS, SESQV IPLICARI VS. 
HEXARCHVS, SINGVLARIS, CVSTOS (aRMORVm), 
CVRATOR. VEXILLARIVS, SIGNIFER, MED1CVS, 

librarivs, actarivs, optio]. The troopers 
were equites: by rare exception milites. 

fJCf. alSO VETERANVS, EMERITVS, MISSICIVS, 

missvs s. v. mitto]. The alae received 
their names (a) from the tribes from which 



they were recruited, (//) from the countries 
where they were permanently stationed, (c) 
from the names of their organizers and first 
commanders, (d) from the emperor by whom 
they were organized, or under whom they 
served, (e) from the character of their 
service, the weapons they bore, etc., (f) 
from the number of men or length of ser- 
vice, or (g) as an honorific epithet similar 
to those applied to the legions. [Cf. legio]. 
Such names are here alphabetically ar- 
ranged; for meanings, see under each 
word. The mode of expression is eqves 
(etc.) alae (illius), or ala (ilia), or ex 
ala (ilia), or (rarely) de ala (ilia). 

(1) AFRI. The Ala Afrorum, in Ger- 
mania Inferior. Rev. Arch. (1906) p. 222 
(Mogontiacum, 1 st ): in alis sex (including) 
Afrorvm veterana; III p. 1967, XXV 
(Germ. Inf., 83-96) : in alis [. . .] et 
Af[rorvm]; VI 31863 (Rome): praef. 
alae Afrorvm ; Bramb. 66 (G elder n) : vet. 
alae Afror. ; Bonner Jahrb. LXXX1 p. 92 
(Col. Agrippinensis) : eqv. alae Affro. 
{Sic); ib. LXI p. 70 (Germ. Inf.): eqv. 
Afror. (sic). Here perhaps belong Bramb. 
317 (Col. Agripp.): eq_ves a • aeer (sic) ; 
VIII 9657 (Cartenna): eq_. al. ae.? 

(2) AGR.IPPIANA, on the Rhine (1 st 
cent.), in the East (2 nd cent.). XIII 6235 
(Borbetomagus): eqves ala Agrippiana; 
XII 2231 (Gratianopolis): svb praef. eqvit. 
alae Agrippian. ; III 600 (Byllis, 2 nd ): 
praepositvs in Mesopotamia vexillatio- 
nibvs eqj/itvm electorvm alarvm (includ- 
ing) Agrippianae. 

(3) ALEXANDRIANA. See below, s. v. 
frontoniana. 

(4) AMMII. See below, s. v. HAMMII. 

(5) ANTONINIANA. IX 2213 (Telesia, 
2 nd ) : alae Antoninianae ; III 12394 
(Moesia Inf.): al. Antoninia|anae (sic). 
See also below, s. v. Campagones, con- 
tarii, Flavia. Parthi, Thraces, Tvngri. 

(6) APRIANA, in Egypt. Ill p. 1962 
XV (Coptos. 83) : in alis . . . (including) 
Apriana; III 49 (Thebae Aegypti, 170): 
praef. alae Aprianae ; III 6026 (Syene) : 

EQVES SIGNIF(ER) ALA APRIANA = IJlTXtVC 

ff^fiija(p(oQog) aXrc 'ArrQiavr^g. 

(7) ARAVACI. ARVACI. (a) A. I. (Hi- 

spanorum) Aravacorum, in Pannonia. Ill 
p. 854 (Klosteraeuburg, 80) : in alis . . . 



ALA ALA 217 

(including) i arvacorvm; III p. 1963 Asturum, also stationed in Britain; see 

(Carnuntum?, 84): in alis ... (including) below). VII 221 (Coccium): dec. al. Ast.; 

i ... Arvacorvm ; III p. 855 (Belegh, 85): VII 288 (Longovicium) : eq_. alae A[stv- 

in alis . . . (including) i Arvacorvm; III rvm]. — (b) A. I Hispanorum Asturum, 

p. 1978 (Arrabona, 133): in alis ... distinct from the above, stationed in Moe- 

(including) i Hisp(anorvm) et Arvac(o- sia Inferior, later in Dacia. Ill p. 1970 

rvm); III p. 1985 (Aszar, 148): in alis (Philippopolis, 99): in alis ... (including) 

. . . (including) i Hisp. Arvac. ; III p. 1986 i Astvrvm, and alae i Astvrvm cvi praest 

(Brigetio, 149): in alis ... (including) (sic) (ille); III 6075 (Ephesus): praef. 

i Hisp. Arvacor.; Ill p. 2213 (ibid., 150): al. pr. A[stvrvm]; III 8074 1 (Dacia): 

in alis ... (including) i Hispanor. Ara- a. i A ; IX 4753 (Vallis Canera, 2 nd ): 

v[a]co[r.]; Ill p. 881 (Hungary, 154): praef. alae i Astvrvm; XI 393 (Arimi- 

in alis . . . (including) i Hispan. Arvac. ; num) : pra[ef.] alae i Astvrvm, and d[ec] 

III 4373 (Arrabona) : eo- alae i Aravac. ; alae i Astvrvm. — Called simply A. 

III5629 (Ovilava): vet. ex dec. al. i Ara- Asturum, III 1393 (Germisara, 200): 

vacorvm; VI 1607 (Rome, 2 nd ): praef. [»ae[f.] [a]lae Astv[rvm]; III 1633 

eq_. alae i Aravacorvm. — (b) A. II (Dacia, tiles): al. as. — (c) A. II Astu- 

(Hispanorum) Aravacorum, in Pannonia; rum, stationed in Britain. VII 585 (Ci- 

later perhaps in Moesia Inferior. Ill lernum, 221) : [. . .] alae ii Astvr. ; VII 

p. 854 (Klostemeuburg, 80) : in alis 587 (Cilernum) : cvratori alai (sic) n 

(including) n Arvacorvm; III p. 1963 Astvr.; VI 3514 (Rome): praef. alae ii 

(Carnuntum?, 84): in alis ... (including) [Astv]rvm; Eph. Epigr. Ill 100 (Ciler- 

ii Arvacorvm; III p. 855 (Belegh, 85): num): ala ii Astvr. — Shifted to Pan- 

in alis . . . (including) n Arvacorvm; III nonia, III 14349 8 (Pannonia Inf.): sesqvi- 

p. 1971 (Oltina, 99): in alis . . . (includ- p(licarivs) alae Astvrv(m) ii ; III 15205 ? 

ing) ii Hispanorvm et Arvacorvm; III (bet. Celeia and Poetovio): dec. alae Astv- 

3271 (Teutoburgium) : decvrioni alae ii rvm ii. — (d) A. Ill Asturum, if pro- 

Aravacorvm ; III 3273 = 10258 (ibid.) : perly read. Station unknown. XI 3007 

[de]cvrio missicivs alae ii Arava[corvm]; ( Viterbo): medico alar. Indianae et ter- 

III 6218 (Arrubium): dec. alae ii A(r)[a- tiae Astorvm (sic). — (e) Uncertain. 

vacorvm]; III 12359 (Moesia Inf.): vet. XIII 2613 (Cavillonum) : eqves ala Astv- 

alae i[i] Ara[va]cor. ; III 14039 (Sopia- rvm; X 6976 (Messana): praef. alae Asty- 

nae) : [decvrio] missicivs alae ii Aravac; rvm (sic). 

Ill 7603 (Moesia Inf., 200): ala ii Arav. (9) *ATECTORES. See below, (10). 

— Without distinction of numeral, III (10) ATECTORIGIANA, in Moesia In- 

3286 (Mursa): eq_ves ala Aravacorvm; ferior. XIII 1041 (Mediolanum Santonum, 

V 4095 (Cremona): praef. alae Arava- 1 st ) : dvplicario alae Atectorigianae; VI 

co[rvm]. 33032 (Rome, 2 nd ?): decvrio alae Ate- 

(8) ASTVRES. (a) A. I. (Hispanorum) ctorigi(anae) exercitvs Moesiae Inferio- 

Asturum, in Britain. Ill p. 873 (Stan- ris; III 12452 (Appiaria): pr(a)e. eq_. ale 

nington, 124): in alis ... (including) (sic) Atect.; Ill 6154 (Tomi, 222-35): 

i Hisp. A[st]vr. ; III p. 1982 (Chesters, dec. alae Atectorvm (sic, by mistake) 

146): in alis ... (including) i Hisp. Severianae. 

Astvr.; VII 510 (Condercum, 3 d ) : genio (11) AVGVSTA. (a) A. Augusta, in 

alae prim(ae) Hispanorvm Astvrvm [Se- Egypt under Domitian. Ill p. 1962 (Cop- 

verianae Alexandrianae?] Gordianae. — tos, 83): in alis . . . (including) Avgvsta 

Called simply A. I. Asturum, VII 513 . . . et svnt in Aegypto. — (b) A. Au- 

(Condercum, 205-8): aia i (sic = ala i) gusta, in Moesia Inferior. Ill 12347 

Asto(rvm) (sic), [Cf. Eph. Epigr. Ill (Moesia Inf): eq^ alae Av[g.]. — (<?) 

p. 132]; VII 537 (Condercum): [a]lae i A. I Augusta, in Noricum (3 d cent.). Ill 

As[tvrvm]; II 1086 (Ilipa): praef. alae 4812 (Virunum, 238): (ille) s(ingvlaris) 

l Astvrvm. — Called only A. Asturum c(onsvlaris) alae Avg.; Ill 4834 (ibid., 

(which may equally refer to the A. II 3 d ): vet. al. Avg.; Ill 11796 (Trigisa- 



Thes. linguae lat. epigr. 



28 



218 



ALA 



ALA 



mum): vet. exs (sic) arm. cvst. al. i Ave, 
and vet. al. eivsd[em]. [Cf. below, TH RA- 
CES]. — (d) A. I Augusta, at Augsburg 
perhaps different from the others. Ill 5819 
= XII 2394 (Augusta Vindelicum): eq_. 
al. i Ave — (e) A. Augusta, at Old Car- 
lisle in Britain (2" d -3 d cent.). VII 338 
(Old Carlisle): eq^ alae Ave; VII 340, 
341 (ibid.): ala Ave: VII 342 (ibid.): 
eqvites alae Ave ; VII 344 (ibid., 242) : 
Ala Ave Gordia(na): VII 351 (ibid., 
243): ala Ave: VII 353 (ibid., 3 d ): 
eqvis (sic) ale (sic) Ave ; VII 929 (Ga- 
broseutum ?) : praef. alae Avgvstae. — 
(f) Of uncertain attribution, V 6478 (Lau- 
mellum): praef. eq_. alae Ave; V 7008 
(Taurini): [prae]f. alae Ave; III p. 1990 
(uncertain source, 145-160): in al(is) v 
... (including) i Ave; II 5792 (Clunia, 
40): (illi) praefecto alae Avgvstae. [See 
also below, britannica, brittones, coloni, 
galli, germanica, germaniciana, itvraei, 
nerviana, parthi, procvleiana, syriaca, 
THRACES, vocontii]. 

(12) AVRIANA. (a) A. I Hispanorum 
Auriana, in Noricum, later in Raetia. Ill 
11749 (Noricum): mil(es) al. Avr. ; III 
p. 867 ( Weissenburg, 108): in alis qvat- 
tvor . . . (including) i Hispanorvm Av- 
riana, and alae i Hispanorvm Avrianae 
cvi praest (sic) (ille) ; III p. 879 (Pap- 
penheim, 2 nd , frgmt.): [alae Av]rian. cvi 
praest (sic) [ille~\\ VI 3654 (Rome): 
[alae AvJrianae in Raetia; V 4095 (Cre- 
mona): PRAEF. ALAE HlSP. Avr[iaN.] ; III 

5899 (Raetia): dvpl. ale (sic) Avr. ; III 
5924 (ibid.) : optio eq_(vitvm) al. Avr. ; 
III 14349 8 (Pannonia Inf.): sesqviplic(a- 
rivs) alae Avr. i. [Cf. Ill p. 1991 (Re- 
geasburg, 166). V 8660 (Concordia, 166)]. 
— (b) A. II Ulpia Auriana, in Cappa- 
docia. Ill 6743 (Dascusa): dec. al. ii 
Vlp. Avr. 

(13) BATAVI. A. I Batavorum Milia- 
ria, in Dacia (2 nd cent.). Ill p. 1989 
(Maros-Kerr$:t>'<r, 158): in alis in ... 
(including) i Batav. go (= miliaria); III 
8074- (near Potaissa) : al. Ba. go; III 
7696 (Potaissa): ala i B. co ; III 11372 
(Pannonia Inf.): a. i B.; Ill 5331 (Solva): 

PRAEF. ALAE I BaTAVOR. MILIAR.; Ill 7800 

(Apulum) : eck alae Ba[t]avorvm. 

(14) BOSPHORANI. A. (I) Bosphora- 



norum, in Syria (1 st cent.), in Dacia (2 nd 
cent.). Ill 6707 (Cynhus, l sl ): eqvesaia 
[B]osphoranorvm; III 1197 (Apulum): 
[eqve]s a[l]ae Bos[p.] ; III 1344 (Dacia): 
al[a] i Bospor.(.^); X 1258 (Nola, 1 st ): 
praefecto alae Bos.: Ill 7888 ((Jermi- 
sara): dec. alae Bos.; Ill 8074 3 (Dacia): 
al. Bos.; Ill p. 1989 (Maros-Keresztur, 
158): in alis hi ... (including) i Gal- 
l(orvm) et Bosp., and alae i Gallor. et 
Bospor. cvi praest (sic) (ille). 

(15) BRITANNICA. A. I Flavia Au- 
gusta (Domitiana) Britannica miliaria 
civium Romanorum, in Pannonia. Ill 
4575 (Vindobona, 1 s1 ):veter. alae i Fl. 
Ave Brit, co c. R. ; III 4576 (ibid.): 
eqves alae i Fla. Avg. Brit. CO c. R . ; 
III 6718 (Amasia): [al]a i Flavia [Av]g. 
Brittan. (sic) co c. R.; Ill 15197 (Vin- 
dobona): eqjs (sic) alae i F. D. Brit. m. 
c. R.; Ill p. 869 = p. 1975 (Cainuntum, 
114) : ala i Flavia Ave Britannic, co c. 
R.; Ill p. 884 (Hungary, 145-160): in 
al(is) v . . . (including) [. . .] Britt. (sic) 
c. R.; Ill p. 2213 (Brigetio, 150): in 
alis v . . . (including) i Fla[via] Britan. 
co c. R.; Ill p. 888 (Hungary, 167): in 
alis . . . (including) i Britan. co c. R. ; 
III 5211 (Celeia): praef. al. Britannicae 
miliar.; Ill 5212 (ibid.): praef. eq^ ai. 
Britannic, miliar.; Ill 5213 (ibid.): praef. 
eq_; al. Britannicae miliar.; Ill 3305 
(Lugio): dec. al. Bri.; Ill p. 885 (Hun- 
gary): [ala] Brit. — Ala Britt(anica 
(sic)? or Britt(onum?), in Africa, VIII 
9764 (Portus Magnus): librar. ale (sic) 
Britt. vetran. (sic) [co], apparently not 
the same as the above. 

(16) BRITTONES. See above (15), at 
end. 

(17) CAMPAGONES. A. I Hispanorum 
Campagonum, in Dacia. Ill p. 882 (Hun- 
gary, 157?): in alis hi ... (including) 
[? His]panor. Campagon.; Ill p. 1989 
(ibid., 158): in alis hi ... (including) 
i Hisp. Campag. ; III 1193 (Apulum, 191): 
praef. alae Campag.; Ill 1342 (Dacia): 
ala i Hi[sp.] Campag[on.]; Ill 1343 
(ibid.): al. C(a)m. ; III 1377 (ibid., 2 nd - 
3 d ): eq_. alae Campagonvm; III 7871 
(Micia): vet. ex decvr. alae Cam.; Ill 
1378 (Dacia, 3 d ): ala i Hisp. Campag. 
Antoniniana; III 1380 (Dacia): al. i 



ALA 



ALA 



219 



Hisp. Camp. Philipp(iana); VI 3238 (Rome): 

ALA CAMPACON. (SIC). 

(18) CANNENEFATES, CANNANEFA- 
TES, CANNEFATES, CANAFATES. A. I 
C. civium Romanorum, in Germania, la- 
ter in Pannonia. Ill p. 852 (Sikator, 74): 
in alis sex. . . . (including) i Cannene- 
fativm; 111 p. 1960 (near Nicopolis Moe- 
siae, 82): in alis qvinqve ... (includ- 
ing) i Cannenefativm ; III p. 1965 (Mo- 
gontiacum, 90) : in alis qvattvor . . . 
(including) i Cannenefativm; III p. 1978 
(Arrabona, 133): in alis v . . . (including) 
i Cann.; Ill p. 1985 (Aszar, 148): in 
alis v . . . (including) i Cannef. c. R. ; 
III p. 1986 (Brigetio, 149): in alis iv 
. . . (including) i Cannanefat.; Ill p. 881 
(Hungary, 154) : in alis v . . . (including) 
i Cannanef. c. R.; Ill 4391 (Gerulata): 
ec^ al. i Cann.; XI 2699 (Volsinii): 

PRAEF. EQ_. ALAE PRIMAE CaNNANEFATVM 

(sic) ; V 5006 (Riva) : dec. alae i Ca- 
nafativm; XIII 7227 (ager Mogontiacen- 
sis) : dec. alae Cannenafativm (sic). 

(19) CATAFRACTARIA. A. (nova) 
firma (miliaria) catafraclaria (Philip- 
piana), in 3 d cent., first in Germany, then 
in Arabia. Ill 10307 (Intercisa, 3 d ): dec. 

ALA FIRMA KATAFRACTARIA (sic) EX NVMERO 

Hosrorvorvm (sic) ; XIII 7323 (Germania 
Sup., 3 d ) : dec. a[l]ae firmae cata(f)ract.; 
Ill 99 (Bostra, 3 d ) : praef. alae novae 
firmae cxd (= miliariae) catafract. Phi- 
lippianae. [See also below, GALLI]. 

(20) CATAFRACTATA. See below, 
GALLI. 

(21) CELERES. A. Celerum, in Nori- 
cum. Ill 4832 (Virunum) : (Mi) hexarcho 

ALAE CELERVM. 

(22) CIVES ROMANI. A. I Civium 
Romanorum, in Pannonia, in Dacia (2 nd 
cent.). Ill p. 854 (Klosterneuburg, 80) : 
in alis dvabvs, i civivm Romanorvm etc. ; 
III p. 1963 (Carnuntum?, 84): in alis 
qvinqve . . . (including) i civivm Roma- 
norvm; III p. 855 (Delegh, 85): in alis 
sex . . . (including) i civivm Romanorvm ; 
III p. 868 (Hungary, 110): in alis dvabvs 
. . . (including) i civivm Romanorvm ; III 
3272 = 10257 (Teutoburgium) : ex s(in- 

GVLARl) C(ONSVLARIS) ALAE I C. R., and 

sesq_(viplicarivs) ALAE I c. R. ; III 10256 
(Teutoburgium): signvm Mart (is) Vi- 



c(toris) alae primae c. R. ; Arch. Ep. 
Mitth. Ill p. 154 (Dalya): signvm Mar- 
t(is) Victor(is) alae i c. R. [See also 
Britannica, Cannenefates, Classiana, 

[COMMAGENI?], CONTARII. FlaVIA, Pe- 

triana, Praetoria, Procvleiana, Siliana, 
Singvlares, Svlpicia, Tavti, Thraces, Ve- 
terana, Vettones]. 

(23) CLASSIANA. A. Classiana civium 
Romanorum, in Britain, then in Ger- 
many. Ill p. 866 (Sydenham, 105): in 
alis dvabvs . . . (including) i classiana c. 
R. ; XIII 8306 (Col. Agrippinensis) : ve- 

TER. EX DEC. ALAE CLASSIANAE J XIII 8668 

(Burginatium) : decvrionis aliae (sic) 
[c]lassan. (sic). 

(24) CLAVDIA. (a) A. Claudia nova, 
in Dalmatia (1 st cent.), in Germany, in 
Moesia. Ill 2065 (Salonae): missicivs alae 
Clavdiae novae; III 2712 (Delminium): 
eq_. alae Clavdiae novae; III 3164 = 
9816 (Dalmatia): eqves alae Clavdiae 
novae; III 9796 (Magnum): eqves ala 
nova Clavdia; III 10033 (Raetinium): 
decvr(io) ter(tivs ?) ala Clavd. ; III 
13635 (Amasea): dec. alae Clavdia[e] 
nova[e]; III 14217 (Ratiaria) : [ex si- 
g]nif. alae Cl[avdiae nov]ae ; III p. 852 
(Sikator, 74): in alis sex . . . (including) 
Clavdia nova; III p. 1961 (near Nico- 
polis, 82) : ala Clavdia nova ; III p. 2328 66 
(near Bononia Moesiae, 93) : in alis tri- 
bvs . . . (including) Clavdia nova ; XIII 
7023 (Mogontiacum) : eq_. ala Clavd. — 
(b) A. I Claudia Miscell. (?), only men- 
tioned in XI 6337 (Pisaurum): praef. 
alae i Clavd. Miscell. (?). [See also 
GALLI]. 

(25) CLAVDIANA. See THRACES. 

(26) COLONI. A. I Augusta Gemina 
Colonorum in Hadrian's Jewish campaign. 
VIII 8934 (Saldae, 2 nd ): praef. alae i 
Avg. Gem. Colonorvm. 

(27) COMMAGENI. A. (I) Commage- 
norum. in Egypt (1 st cent.), later appa- 
rently in Noricum. Ill p. 1962 (Coptos, 
83) : in alis . . . (including) Commageno- 
rvm: III 5091 (Vallis Lavantina): miles 
ale (sic) Co.; Ill p. 5224 (Celeia): vet; 
ex dec. alae i Com. ; III 14368 24 (No- 
ricum): eqjti (sic) al. Comag. (sic) er. 
(sic = ?) sing. 

(28) CONTARII. A. I Ulpia contario- 






ALA 



ALA 



rum {miliaria civium Romanorum), in 
I'iiiiiionia Superior, (2 n,i cent.). Ill P- 1978 
(Arrabona, 13:>): in alis v . . . (including) 

i Vlpia contar., and alae i Vlpiae con- 
tar, oo ; III p. 1985 (Aszar, 148): in 
alis v . . . (including) i Vlpia contar. oo ; 
III p. 881 [Hungary, 154): in alis v ... 
(including) i Vlpia contario. oo ; III 4183 
(Savaria) : ex praef. alae contariorvm; 
III 4278 (Adiaum): ex dvp. alae i Vlp. 
cont. ; III 4359 (Arrabona): ala i V[l]p. 
cont. oo c. R.; Ill 4360 (ibid.): prae- 

FECT. ALAE [Vlp. CONTARIOR.] ', III 4361 

(ibid.) : praef. alae [i] Vlp. contariorvm ; 
III 4362 (ibid.): praef. alae i Vlp. con- 
tar. oo c. R.; Ill 4369 (ibid.): ve[t.] 
ex sta[tore] praef(ecti) al. cont.; Ill 
4370 (ibid.): vet. al. i Vlp. cont.; Ill 
4378 (ibid.): eq_. al. i contar.; Ill 4379 
(ibid.) : vetr(anvs) (sic) ex stat(ore) ale 
(Sic) i Vlp. cont.; Ill 11081 (ibid.): 

VEX(lLLARIVs) AL. p(rIMAE) C. AnTo(nINIA- 

nae); III 13441 ((ibid.): libr. eq^ alae 
cont.; VI 1449 (Rome, 2 nd ): praef. alae 
contar. ; V 5266 (Comuin) : praef. al. 
mil(iariae) pr(imae) V[lp.] contar.; VIII 
9291 (Tipasa): cvrator alae i contari.; 
Eph. Epigr. IV 1061 (Arbal) : eq_. [a]le 

Vlpie (sic) I CONTARIORV. 

(29) DACI. A. I Ulpia Dacorum, in 
Cappadocia (2 nd cent.). VI 1333 (Rome): 

PRAEF. ALAE PRINIAE VLPIAE DaCORVM. 

(30) DARDANI. A. I ( Vespasiana) 
Dardanorum, in Moesia Inferior. Ill 
p. 1970 (Philippopolis, 99), III p. 865 
(uncertain, 105): in alis tribvs . . . (includ- 
ing) i Vespasiana Dardanorvm; III p. 1974 
(Tropaea Traiana, 114) frgmt. : [in alis 
. . . (including) i Vesp]asiana Dardanor. ; 
III p. 877 (Giurgiu, 134): in alis n . . . 
(including) i Vespasian. Dardan.; Ill 5044 
(Noreia): [pra]if (sic) eq_. al. i da.; Ill 
7504 (Troesmis): a. i. D.; Ill 7512 (Ar- 
rubium) : praef. alae i Dardan. ; VI 31 164 
(Rome, 241): dec. n(vmeri) eq_q_. sing. 

... EX ALA PRIMA DARDA. PROV(lNCIAE) 

Moesiae Inf.; VIII 9990 (Tingi, 2 nd ): 

PRAEF. ALAE DaRDANORVM. 

(31) DOMITIANA. See BRITANNICA. 

(32) DROMEDARII. A. Valeria dro- 
medariorum, in Egypt. Ill 123 (Syria): 
vetranvs (sic) ex dvpl. (alae) Val. drvm. 
(tie). 



(88) EXPLORATORES. See POMA- 
RIENSES. 

(84) FELIX. See MOESICA. 

(35) fidelis. See flavia, Indiana, 

NERVIANA, SINGVLARES, THRACES. 

(36) FIDVS. A. /ida viadex (or Via- 
dicis), in Germany. XIII 8307 (Col. 
Agrippinensis) : dec. alae fide (sic) vin- 
dicis. [Cf. FLAVIA, at end]. 

(37) FIRMA. See CATAFRACTARIA. 

(38) FLAVIA. (a) A. I Flavia Ge- 
mina, in Germania Superior. Ill p. 852 
(Sikator, 74): in alis sex . . . (including) 
i Flavia gemina; III p. 1960 (DebeleLs, 
82): in alis qvinqve ... (including) i 
Flavia gemina; III p. 1965 (Mogontiacum, 

90):iN ALIS QVATTVOR . .. , I FLAVIA GE- 
MINA etc.; Ill p. 870 (Civ. Mattiacorum, 
116): in alis dvabvs ... (including) i 
Flavia gemina. [Cf. p. 871, ibid., frgmt.]; 

XIII 7579 (Aquae Mattiacorum): eq_. ala 
i Flavia; XIII 7365 (Heddernheim): eq^ 
alae i Fla. ; XIII 7024 (Mogontiacum) : 
miss, ex ala i Fl. ; Bramb. 1645 (Rott- 
loeil) : [ala] i Flav. — (b) A. II Flavia 
Gemina, in Germany. Ill p. 852 (Sikator, 
74) : in alis sex . . . (including) n Flavia 
gemina; III p. 1961 (Debelets, 82): in 
alis qvinqve . . . (including) u Flavia 
gemina. — (c) A. II Flavia pia fidelis 
miliaria, in Raetia, later in Noricum. 

XIV 2287 — VI 3255 (ager Albanus, 1 st ): 
(Me) lectvs ex exercitv Raetico ex ALA 
Flavia pia fidelis (sic) miliaria ; III p. 867 
(Weissenburg, 107): in alis qvattvor 
. . . (including) n Flavia p. f. oo . . . et 
svnt in Raetia; III p. 1988 (Regensburg, 
153) : alae ii Fl. oo p. f. ; III 5823 (Au- 
gusta Vindelicum) : [de]cvrioni al. ii 
Fl. ; III 5822 (ibid.): eq_ al. ii Fl. 
— (d) A. Flavia (miliaria?), in Numi- 
dia. VIII 4510 (Zarai, 3 d ): eq_. al. Fl.; 
VIII 9657 (Cartenna): eq_. al. ae (sic) 
Fl.; VIII 11429 (Sufes) : dec. al. Fl.; 
VIII 17633 (Vazaivi): dv(plarivs) al. 
Fl.; VIII 21567 (Maur. Caesariensis, 174): 
dvpl. al. Fl.; VIII 21814 (Tingis): eq_. 
ex vexillatione ale (sic) Flaviae. Here 
perhaps belongs VI 3720 = 31032 (Rome, 

1 st ): PRAEF. ALAE FLAVIAE MILLIARI[ae]. 

(e) Of uncertain attribution. Ill 600 (Col. 
Bvllis, 2 nd ): eq_. alae Fla[vi]ae (probably 
Gaetulorum q. v.); Ill 5918 £. = 11936 



ALA 



ALA 



221 



(Raefcia): dec. al. i Flaviae; III 7557 
(Tomi) : alae i Fl. (probably = Gaetulo- 
rum q. v.); Ill 11908 (Raetia): vet. al. 
[i] Fl.; XI 5959 (Pitinum Mergens) : 

PRAEF. EQVIT. ALAE PRIM. FLAVIAE CI- 

vivjw R. ; V 8660 (Concordia, 166): ala i 
Fl. (probably = singularium q. v.) ; XIII 
2603 (Cavillonum) : decvrio alae i Fla- 
viae; V 538 (Tergeste) : dec. emerito 
alae i Fl. fid. (Cf. above fida). [See also 
BRITANNICA, FIDA, GAETVLI, GALLI, 
GEMMELLIANA, HISPANI, PANNONII, 
SEBASTENA, SINGVLARES]. 

(39) FLAVIANA. See GALLI. 

(40) FRONTONIANA. See TVNGRI. 

(41) GAETVLI. (a) A. veterana Gae- 
tulorum, in Judaea (1 st cent). Ill p. 857 
(Klausenburg, 86): in alis dvabvs ... 
(including) veterana Gaetvlorvm. Cf. V 
7007 (Taurini, 1 st ): decvriones alae Gae- 
tvlorvm. (b) A. I Flavia Gaetulorum, 
in Moesia Inferior, later in Pannonia. Ill 
p. 1970 (Philippopolis, 99) : in alis tri- 
bvs . . . (including) i Flavia Gaetvlorvm; 
III p. 1975 (Carnuntum, 114): in alis 
dvabvs . . . (including) i Flavia [G]aetv- 
lor. ; VI 3505 (Rome, 2 nd ): praef. alae 
[i] Fl. Gaetvlorvm; VI 3520 (Rome): 
praef. alae primae Flaviae Gaetvlorv. ; 
Arch. Ep. Mitth. VIII p. 22 (Tomi, 3 d ) : 
f'naQx 0V fttys Q&- rsrovXuiv; III 7557 
(Tomi): alae i Fl.; Ill 600 (Col. Byllis, 
2 nd ): eq, alae Fla[vi]ae. [Cf. VIII 21516 
(Maur. Caesariensis) of uncertain reading]. 

(42) GALLI. (a) A. Gallorum Fla- 
vians in Moesia Inferior (l st -2 nd cent.) 
Ill p. 1971 (Oltina, 99), p. 865 (uncer- 
tain, 105): in alis tribvs . . . (including) 
Gallorvm Flaviana; V 2841 (Patavium): 
praef. alae Flavianae; VIII 21037 (Cae- 
sarea): [pr]aef. alae Flavianae Gallorvm. 
(6) A. I Indiana Gallorum pia fidelis, 
in Germania Inferior, then perhaps in 
Britain, then in Germania Superior. XIII 
8519 (Worringen) : eq- alae Indianae; 
VII 66 (Durocornovium) : eq_(v)es ala 
Indian(a); III p. 1979 (Neckarburken, 
134): in ala i . . . Indian. Gallor. ; XIII 
6230 (Borbetomagus) : eqv. ala Indiana; 
XIII 7028 (Mogontiacum), 7257 (ager 
Mogontiacensis) : dec. alae Indianae ; XI 
3007 (Viterbo): medico alar. Indianae 
etc.; XI 6123 (Forum Sempronii, 2 nd ): 



PRAEF. EQ.VIT. ALAE INDIANAE P. F. (c) 

A. Augusta Gallorum Petriana miliaria 
civium Romanorum bis torquata, in Mo- 
gontiacum, then in Britain. XIII 6820 
(Mogontiacum): ala Ga[ll]or. Pet[r]iana; 
XI 5669 (Attidium, 2 nd ): praef. alae 
Petrianae milliar. c. R. bis torqvata; 
III p. 873 (Stannington, 124): in alis 
vi . . . (including) petrian. (cf. Ill p. 878); 
VII 323 (Plumptonwall) : em(eritvs) al. 
Petr; VII 929 (Luguvallium): praef. alae 
Avgvstae; VII 872 (Amboglanna): dec. al. 
pet.; Eph. Epigr. VII 995 (Hexham): 
eq_- alae Petr. — (d) A. I Augusta Gal- 
lorum Proculeiana, in Britain [perhaps 
first in Germania Inf., cf. Ill p. 1969 
(anno 98)]. Ill p. 1982 (Chesters, 146): 
in alis in ... (including) Ave Gall. 
Procvl.; Ill p. 1981 (Walcot, 136): in 
alis . . . (including) i Ave Gallorvm [Pro- 
cvl]eia[na]; Eph. Epigr. Ill p. 114 no. 63 
(Aquae Sulis) : ala Procvleiana. — (e) 
A. veterana Gallorum (or Gallica), in 
Egypt. Ill 15 = 6582 (Alexandrea) : 
ala vetera[na] Gallica, (cf. Ill 6581); 
III 55 (Thebae): praefectvs (sc. alae) 
Gallorvm; IX 5439 (Falerio, 2 nd ): praef. 
alae veter. Gallor.; Ill 320 (Amastris): 
[praefect]vs alae veteranae Gallo[rvm]; 
V 3356 (Verona) : praef. alae Gallicae. 
— (f) A. I Claudia Gallorum, in Moesia 
Inferior. Ill p. 865 (uncertain, 105): in 
alis tribvs . . . (including) i Clavdia 
Gallorvm; VI 3517 (Rome): eq_- alae 
i Cl. Gallor. — (g) A. I Flavia Gal- 
lorum Tauriana, (in Lugudunum ace. to 
Tacitus), perhaps later in Africa? VIII 
2394, 2395 (Thamugadi): praef. alae i 
Fl. Gallorvm Tavrianae; VIII 17904 
(ibid.) : prae[f.] al. i. Fl. Gallorvm Tav- 
rianae; III 12299 (Paramythia): praef. 
a[la]e Tavr. — (h) A. I Gallorum et 
Bosporanarum, in Dacia. See above, bos- 
porani. — (?) A. I Gallorum et Panno- 
niorum catafractata, in Moesia Inferior, 
then in Dacia. Ill p. 877 (Giurgiu, 134): 
in alis ii (including) i Gall, et Pann. ; 
III p. 886 (Hungary, 145-161): in alis 
hi ... (including) Gall, et Pann.; XI 
5632 (Camerinum, 2 nd ) : praef. alae i Gal- 
lor. et Pannonior. catafractatae [Cf. 
PANNONII]. — (k) A. Gallorum Sebo- 
siama, in Germany, then in Britain. XIII 



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ALA 



ALA 



(5236 (Borbetoraagus) : eqves alae Sebo- 
sianae; III p. 864 = VII 1103 (M alp as, 
103): in alis qvattvor ... (including) 
Gallorvm [S]ebosiana; VII 287 (Longo- 
vicium): eq_q_. (= equites) alae Sebvsia- 
[nae] (sic); VII 451 (Laachester): praef. 
alae Sebosianae; VII 1233 (near (Lan- 
caster, a tile) : ale Sebvsia(nae) (sic). 
[Cf. VII 284, 288]. — (/) A. II Gallo- 
rum, in Spain. IX 3610 (Aveia): praef. 
alae ii Gallor. — (m) Of uncertain at- 
tribution. VI 3191 (Rome): allect(vs) 
ex ala Gallor. ; VI 3239 a (Rome) : ala 
Gallorvm. 

(43) GALL1CA. See GALLI. 

(44) GALLIENA. See THRACES. 

(45) GEMELLIANA. A. I Flavia Ge- 
melliana, in Raetia. Ill p. 846 (Geisel- 
brechting, 64): alae Gemellianae, cvi 
praest (sic) (Me) ; III p. 1991 (Regens- 
burg, 166): in al. hi ... (including) i 
Fl. Gemell.; Rev. Arch. XXXIX (1901) 
p. 448 (Oldenburg): (Me) missvs ala Ge- 
melliana. [Cf. V 8660; III 5906, 5907, 
5918 b~\. 

(46) GEMINA. See COLONI, FLAVIA, 
SEBASTENA. 

(47) GERMANICA. A. Augusta Ger- 
manica (or Germauiciana), at Antiochia 
Pisidiae. Ill 6822 (Antiochia) : ala Avg. 
Ge[r>anica; III 6831 (ibid.): [p]raef. 
alae A[vg.] [Germa]nician. ; III 6821 
(ibid.): pra[ef. a]lae Avg. Ge[r]mani- 

[c]lANAE. 

(48) GERJVSANICIANA. See GERMA- 
NICA. 

(49) GORDIANA. See ASTVRES, AV- 
GVSTA, POMARIENSES. 

(50) HAMMII (or AMMII), in Africa. 
VIII 21814 a (Tingis): alam Hammiorvm 
(or ii Ammiorvm). 

(51) HERCVLANA, HERCVLANIA, 
HERCVLIANA. See THRACES. 

(52) HISPANA. See HISPANI. 

(53) HISPANI. (a) A. I Hispanorum 
(or Hispanae), in Germany? (1 st cent.), 
in Dacia (2 nd cent.) XIII 6233 (Borbeto- 
magus) : [eq_]vit[i ala i ?] Hispanorvm ; 
XIII 6234 (ibid.): eqves ala i Hisp.; 
XIII 7026 (Mogontiacum): eq_ves [a]la 
Ispanae (sic); XIII 7027 (ibid.): eqves 
[a]la Hispanorvm; XII 408 (Massilia): 
praef. alae Hispanae; III 10514 (Aquin- 



cum) : veteranvs ai.a Hisp. i sesqvip(li- 
carivs); III p. 876 = p. 1977 ( Wallachia, 
129) : in ala i (= una) . . . i Hispanor. ; 
II 1180 (Hispalis, ca 160): praeposito 

... ALAE PRIMAE HlSPANOR. J III 12361 

(Moesia Inf.): veter. aiae Hispan.; Ill 
13800 (Dacia, 205) : alae i Hispan[o]r; 
Rev. Arch. (1900) p. 431 (Gallia): praef. 
alae Hispaniae (sic). — (b) A. II Flavia 
Hispanorum civium Romanorum, in His- 
pania Tarraconensis. II 2600 (Gallaecia): 
praef. eqvit. al. ii Fl. Hisp. c. R. ; II 
2637 (Asturica, 1 st ) : pra[efecto] eqvitvm 
alae [ii Fla]v. [H]i[sp]a[n]or.; II 2554 
(Gallaecia): pr(aef.) alae ii Flavia(e) ; 

II 5610 (Bracara Augusta): eq. al. Fl. 
(sc. Hispanorum) ; Eph. Epigr. V no. 1004 
(Caesarea): eq_. al. ii Fl. Hisp. — (c) 
Uncertain. XIV 22 (Ostia, 2 nd ) : praef. 
eq_. alae Hisp.; Ill 3681 (Pannonia Inf.): 
ala. Hisp. . . . ; V 4058 (Mantua): praef. 
eqv[itvm] ala Hispanorvm; VI 3539 
(Rome) : praef. eqvitvm alae Hispanorvm; 
XI 1527 (Luca): [praef. alae] Hispanorvm. 

[See also ARVACI, ASTVRES, AV- 
RIANA, CAMPAGONES]. 

(54) ILLYRICI A. I Illyricorum, in 
Dacia. Ill 8074 7 (Dacia): al. n(ova?) 
Ilyr. (sic); VI 3234 (Rome): eq_. sing. 

. . . ALLECt(vs) EX ALA I IlLYRICOR. 

(55) INDIANA. See GALLI. 

(56) ITVRAEI. A. I Augusta Ituraeo- 
rum (sagitlariorum), in Pannonia and 
Dacia. Ill p. 862 (Dacia, 98): in alis 
dvabvs ... (including) i Avgvsta Itvraeor.; 

III p. 868 (Hungary, 110): in alis dva- 
bvs . . . (including) i Avg. Itvraeorvm, 
and alae i Avg. Itvraeor. cvi praest (sic) 
(Me); III p. 1990 (ibid., 145-60): in 
al v . . . (including) i Avg. [Itvr.]; Ill 
p. 2213 (Brigetio, 150): in alis v ... 
(including) i Avg. Itvreor. (sic) sagit. ; 
III p. 888 (Hungary, 167): in alis hi 
... (including) i Avg. Itvr.; Ill 1382 
(Dacia): vet. alae i Avg. I[tvre]o[r(vm)?]; 
Ill 4367 (Arrabona): ala Avgvsta Itv- 
raeorvm; III 4368 (ibid.): dec. ala Av- 
gvsta Itvraeorvm; III 4371 (ibid.): eq_. 
alae Avg. Ityraeorvm (sic) ; III 15171 
(Ulcisia Castra): a. i E(tvraeorvm) (sic); 
III 3446 (Aquincum): ve. ale Etvreorvm 
(sic); III 3677 (Pannonia Inf.): dvpl. ale 
(sic) Itv. ; III 10222 (Sirmium): piuefect. 



ALA 



ALA 



223 



eqvit. alae Ityr. (sic) : VI 421 (Rome) : 

VEXILLATIO ALAE ITVREORVM (sic). 

(57) LEMAVI. A. I. Lemavorum, sta- 
tion Dot known. II 2103 (Urgavo): pr[aef.] 

ALAE I LeMa[v]orVM. 

(58). LONGINA, LONGINIANA. A 
Longiniana, in Gerrnania Inferior (1 st 
cent.). XIII 8092 (Bonna): eqv. ala Lon- 
citiA (sic); XIII 8093-4-5 (ibid.): eqves 
ala Longiniana ; XIII 8096 (ibid.) : [e]q_. 
ala L[onginiana]; XIII 2615 (Cavillo- 
num): eq_. ala Longiniana; XII 392 
(bet. Forum Inli and Massilia) : [praefe- 
ct]o alae Longi[nianaeJ; XII 3166 (Ne- 
mausus, 1 st ): praefecto alae Longinian. 

(59) MAVRETANA. See THRACES. 

(60) MILIARIA, (oo ). (a) A. miliaria 
in Mauretania, first at Caesarea, then at 
a place that took the name Ala Miliaria. 
[Cf. s. v. ALAMILIARENSIS]. XII 672 
(Arelate): praef. a[lae] miliariae in Mav- 
retania Caesariensi; VIII 9389 (Caesarea): 
dec. alae miliariae; VIII 21036 (ibid.): 

PRAEF. EQ_. ALAE MILIARIAE | Eph. Epigl". 

V no. 996 (ibid.): sesq, alae oo ; VIII 
9750 (Aquae Sirenses) : dv[pli]ciarivs 
[al]e miliarie (sic). [Cf. ib. 9745 (ibid , 
242)]; VIII 21617 (Portus Magnus): e. 
a. m. ; VIII 21618 (ibid.): eqves alae oo ; 
VIII 21568 (Ala Miliaria): eq_. al. oo 
(twice). [Cf. Eph. Epigr. VII no. 501]. 
— (b) A. miliaria, in Dacia. Ill 7644 
(Largiana): dvpli(carivs) ale (sic) oo . 
Cf. Ill 1193 (Apulum, 191). [See also 
BATAVI, BRITANNICA. BR1TTONES, 
CATAFRACTARIA, CONTARII, FLA- 
VIA, NERVIANA, PETRIANA]. 

(61) MISCELL ... See CLAVDIA. 
(62). MOESICA. A. (Augusta?) Moe- 

sica Felix Torquata, in Moesia (*?). VI 
3528 (Rome): eqvit. alae Moesicae fe- 
licis torqvatae; XI 709 (Bononia): praef. 
eqvitvm alae Moesicae ; XIII 8503 (Di- 
vitia): ex dec. [alae felici]s Moesicae. 
(63) NERVIANA. A. I Nerviana Au- 
gusta ftdelis miliaria, in Mauretania. Ill 
p. 1973 (Caesarea, 107): in alis tribvs 
. . . (including) i Nerviana Avgvsta fi- 

DELIS OO . 

(64). NORICI. A. Noricorum, in Ger- 
many. XIII 7030 (Mogontiacum, 1 st ): 
[eqves alae N]oricorvm ; XIII 7029 
(ibid.): eq_. alae Norico.; XIII 8308 



(Col. Agripp.): eq^ alae Noricorv.; XIII 
8309 (ibid.): eqves alae Noricor.; XIII 
8243 (ibid.) : vet. alae Noric. ; XIII 8517 
(Worringen): pra<if.) <e>q_. [alae No]- 
ric; XIII 8524 (Durnomagus) : dvp[l.] 
ale (sic) Noricorvm ; XIII 8669 (Burgi- 
natium) : ecl. alae N[ori]cor. ; XIII 8670 
(ibid.): ecl alae Noric: XIII 8662 
(ibid.) : ale (sic) (N)or. 

(65) NOVA. See CATAFRACTARIA, 
CLAVDIA, ILLYRICI. 

(66) NVMIDICA. A. Numidica, in 
Africa. Ill 388 (Alexandria Troas) praef. 
eqvitvm alae Nvmid. Cf. VI 3654 (Rome): 
[praef. alae . . . Nv]midic. 

(67) PANNONII. (a) A. I Pannonio- 
rum, in Africa. IX 5363 (Firmum Pi- 
cenum) : praff. alae i Pannonior. in 
Africa; VIII 6308 (Phua): eqves alae 
Pannon[i.]; VIII 6309 (ibid.): eqves 
alae Pannoniorvm i j VIII 2465 (Saltus 
Aurasius, 196): dec. al. i Pan.; VIII 
2466 (ibid., 2 nd ): dec. al. i Pawn. (Cf. 
2464); VIII 18025 (Numidia); [si]g. al. i 
Pa[nn.]; VIII 2354 (Thamugadi, 2 nd ): 
dvplic. alae Pann., and dec. alae eivsdem; 
Rev. Arch. XXXVII (1900) p. 347 (Lam- 
baesis, speech of Hadrian) : ala i Panno- 
niorvm. [Cf. VIII 2504 (Calceus Her- 
culis), 2690 (Lambaesis)]. — (b) A. I 
Pannoniorum, in Moesia Inferior. Ill 
p. 1971 (Oltina, 99): in alis tribvs ... 
(including) i Pannoniorvm ; III 6242 
(Moesia Inf., tile): alae i Pan. ; VI 32929 
(Rome): praef. alae i Pann.; X 4873 
(Venafrum): praef. alae i Pannonior. — 

(c) A. I Pannoniorum Tampiana, in Bri- 
tain, then on the Danube. Ill p. 864 
(Malpas, 103): in alis qvattvcr . . . (in- 
cluding) i Pannoniorvm Tampiana; III 
4466 (Carnuntum): eqv. ale (sic) Tam. 
vex(illationis) Brit(annicae) ; III 5531 
(luvavum): vet. ex dec. alae Tam[p.]; 
Ill 5632 (Ovilava): v. ex dec. alae Tamp.; 
VI 31856 (Rome, 2 nd ): praef. alae Tam- 
pianae. [Cf. also V 4095 (Cremona)]. — 

(d) A. II Pannoniorum, in Moesia Su- 
perior, then in Dacia. Ill p. 2328 66 (near 
Bononia Moesiae, 93): in alis tribvs . . . 
(including) n Pannoniorvm; III 8074 5 
(Moesia Sup.): al. ii P.; Ill 1100 (Apu- 
lum): VET. EX DEC. AL. ii Pann. ; III 1663 3 

(Dacia, tile): a. ii P.; Ill 5211 (Celeia): 



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ALA 



PRAEF. EQ_. AL. II PaNNONIORVM J III 5215 

(ibid.): PRAEF. EQ_. Al . II Pannonior. ; 111 
"._! 1 G (ibid.): praef. eqvit. al. 11 Pan- 
noniorvm; III 1488 (Sarmizegetnsa) : eq_. 
al. ii Pannonio[r]. ; III 1254(1 (Illyri- 
cum): prae. (alae) n Pan.; Ill L2542 
(ibid.): dec. alae ii Pa[nn.]; Ill 1375 
(Micia, 2 ml -3 (i ): vet. ex dec. al Pan. — 
(e) A. Pannoniorum, in Dalmatia, then 
in Pannonia. Ill 2016 (Salonae) : dvpli- 
carivs alae Pannonior. j III 3252 (Acu- 
mincum): {ill») dec. et (Me) dvp. ale 
(sic) P; III 4227 (bet. Savaria and Scar- 
bantia): 'eqves ala Pannoniorvm; III 
4228 (ibid.): eq_ves alae Panno. ; III 
4372, 4377 (Arrabona): eq_. ala Panno- 
niorvm; III 4376 (ibid.): ala Panno.; 
Ill 14453 (Tomi, 1 st ): dec. vet. alae Pan- 
noniorvm. — (f) A Flavia Pannonio- 
rum, in Pannonia Inferior. Ill 3223 (Bas- 
siana) : dv[p]lic. [a]l. Fl. Pann. [See 
also GALLI]. 

(68) PARTHI. (a) A. I Augusta Par- 
thorum (Antoniniana), in Mauretania. Ill 
p. 1973 (Caesarea, 107): in alis tribvs 
... (including) Parthorvm; VIII 9371 
(Caesarea): ex praef. [al]ae Parthorvm; 
VIII 9827 (Maur. Caesariensis. 201): eo^ 
alae i Ave Parth. Antoninia[n]ae ; VIII 
9828 (ibid.): eq^ alae i Avg. Parthor. 
Antoninianae; VIII 21064 (ibid.): ex 
decvrione alae Parthorvm; VIII 21619 
(Portus Magnus): mil. x. (sic, = alae) 
Parto. (sic); VIII 21629 (Arbal, 355): 
EqK alae Pa[r]t.; VIII 21720 (Altava) : 
dec. alae Partorvm (sic) ; Eph. Epigr. V 
no. 1065 (Pomaria) : [eQj ala]e Parthor.; 
ib. VII no. 798 (Cuicul): [praef. alae] 
i Avg. P. An.; X 3847 (Capua): praef. 
eq_. alae Parth.; VI \ 32933 (Rome): 

PRAEF. EQ_. ALAE PR(lMAE) AVG. PARTHORVM. 

— (b) A. Parthorum veterana, in an 
uncertain eastern province. Bramb. 272 
(Novaesium) : decv. alae P(a)rthor. vet. ; 
III 8746 (Salonae): dec. ala Phartho. (sic). 

(69) PATRVI. A. Patruz, station un- 
known. IX 733 (Larinuni) : eqves de ala 
Patrvi. 

(70) PETRIANA. See GALLI. 

(71) PHILIPPIANA. See CAMPAGO- 
NES, CATAFRACTARIA. 

(72) PHRYGES. A. ( Ulpia) Phrygum, 
in Syria. II 4251 (Tarraco, 1 st ): praef. 



alae Prhygvm (sic); XIV 171 (Ostia, 2'" 1 ): 
praef. alae Phrygvm ; VI 1838 (Rome, 
2 nd ): praef. alae V[lp.] Phryg. 

(7:!) PIA. See FLAVIA, GALLI, SIN- 
GVLARES, THRACES. 

(74) PICENTIANA, PICENTINA. A. 
Picentiana, in Germany, then in Britain, 
III p. 852 (Sikalor, 74): in alis sex 
. . . (including) Picentiana; III p. 1!»61 
(Debelelz, 82) : in alis qvinqve . . . 
(including) Picentiana; XIII 6277 (Bu- 
conica): eq_. alae Picent.; XIII 7296 
(Castellum Mattiacorum): dec. alae Pi- 
[ce]ntine (sic); III p. 873 (Stannington, 
124): in alis vi . . . (including) Picen- 
t[i]a[n(a)]. 

(75) POMARIENSES. A. exploratorum 
Pomariensium, in Mauretania, (3 d cent.). 
VIII 9906 (Pomarium) : praefect. alae 

EXPLORATORVM POMARIENSIVM S[eVe]rIANAE; 

VIII 9907 (ibid.): [praef.] alae expl. 

POMAR. GORDIANAE. 

(76) POMPONIANI. A. Pomponiani, 
in Germany. XIII 8097 (Bonna): (Me) 
ala Pomponiani. 

(77) PRAETORIA. A. I praetoria ci- 
vium Romanorum, in Germany, then in 
Pannonia and the East. XIII 8310 (Col. 
Agripp.): dvplica[rivs ala p]raetoria; 
III p. 855 (Belegh, 85): in alis sex . . . 
(including) praetoria; III p. 2328 66 (near 
Bononia Moesiae, 93) : in alis tribvs . . . 
(including) praetoria ; III 600 (Col. Byl- 
lis, 2 nd ) : praepositvs in Mesopotamia 

VEXILLATIONIBVS EQVITVM ELECTORVM ALA- 

rvm praetoriae etc. ; V 5266 (Comum) : 

PRAEF. ALAE PR(lMAE) PRAETOR.; VI 1523 

(Rome): [p]r. eq_. alae i pr. c. R. ; III 
3272= 10257 (Teutoburgium): dec. alae 

PRAETORIAE C. R. 

(78) PROCVLEIANA. See GALLI. 

(79) RVSONIS. A. Rusonis, in Ger- 
many. XIII 7031 (Mogontiacum): eq_- al. 
Rvsonis. 

(80) SABINIANA. A. Sabiniana, in 
Britain. VII 571 (Hunnnm): dvpl. aliae 
(sic) Sabinianae; Eph. Epigr. Ill p. 318 
no. 202 (South Shields, lead tessera): 
a. Sa. [Cf. VI 3249 (Rome)]. 

(81) SAGITTARII. See ITVRAEI, THRA- 
CES. 

(82) SARMATAE. A. Sarmatarum, in 
Britain. VII 229 (Coccium) : s(ingvlaris) 



ALA 



ALA 



225 



c(onsvlaris) alae Sar. ; VII 230 (ibid.) : 
[eq_.] al. Sarmata. 

(83) SCAEVAE. A. Scaevae, station 
uncertain. X 6011 (Minturnae, 1 st ): ala 
Scaevae. 

(84). SCVBVLI. A. I. Scubulorum, in 
Germania Superior. Ill p. 852 (Sikator, 
74): in alis sex . . . (including) Scvbvlo- 

RVM, and ALAE SCVBVLORVM CVI PRAEST (sit') 

{Me); III p. 1961 (Debeletz, 82): in alis 
qvinqve . . . (including) Scvbvlorvm; III 
p. 1965 (Mogontiacum, 90): in alis qvat- 
tvor . . . (including) Scvbvlorvm ; III 
p. 870 (Aquae Mattiacorum, 116): in alis 
dvabvs . . . (including) i Scvbv[l.]; XIII 
7580 (Aquae Mattiacorum) : vetr. ex ala 
Scvbvlorvm; XIII 7032 (Mogontiacum): 

DECVRIO ALAE I SCVBLOR. (sic) ', XIII 6212 

(Borbetomagus) : praef. alae Scvbvlorvm ; 
Pais 1162 (Aquileia): svbpraefecto alae 
Scvbvl.; V 907 (ibid.): eqv. ala Scvbl. 
(sic) ; III 386 (Alexandria Troas) : praef. 
eqvit. alae i Scvbvlorvm ; III 647 (Phi- 
lippi) : decvr. alae Scvbvlor. 

(85) SEBASTENA. See SEBASTENI. 

(86) SEBASTENI. A. I (Flavia Ge- 
mina) Sebastenorum (or Sebastena) (Se- 
veriana), in Mauretania. VIII 9358 (Cae- 
sarea): praeposito al. gemin. Seba[sten.] ; 
VIII 9359 (ibid.): praef. alae geminae 
Sebastene (sic); VIII 17900 (Thamugadi): 
praef. alae i Fl. Sabastenorvm (sic) ; 
VIII 21039 (Caesarea, 234): dec. alae 
Sebastenae Severianae; VIII 21044 (Cae- 
sarea): se(s)q_(viplicarivs) ale (sic) Seb. 

(87) SEBOSIANA, SEBVSIANA. See 
GALLI. 

(88) SEVERIANA. See ATECTORI- 
GIANA, POMARIENSES, SEBASTENI. 

(89) SILIANA. A. Siliana torquata 
civium Romanorum, in Pannonia, then 
in Dacia. Ill p. 1963 (Carnuntum, 84): 
in alis qvinqve . . . (including) Siliana; 
III p. 855 (Belegh, 85) : in alis sex ... 
(including) Siliana; III p. 862 (Felso- 
Nana, 98) : in alis dvabvs . . . (including) 
Siliana c. R. ; III 840 (near Certia): 
[eck al.] Sil. ; III 845 (Gyalu) : dec. a[l.] 
Sil.; Ill 847 (ibid.): sig. al. Sil.; Ill 
5775 (Abudiacum) : praef. eq^ alae Si- 
lia[nae] torqvatae c. R. ; III 5776 
(ibid.) : praef. eq_. [alae] Silianae. 

(90) SINGVLARES. (a) A. I (Flavia) 

Thes. linguae lat. epigr. 



singularium pia fidelis civium Romano- 
rum, in Germania Superior, then in Raetia. 
Ill p. 1965 (Mogontiacum, 90): in aus 
qvattvor . . . (including) i singvlarivm ; 
III p. 867 (Weissenburg, 107): in alis 
qvattvor . . . (including) i singvlarivm 
c. R. p. f. ; III p. 1991 (Regensburg, 166): 
in al. hi ... (including) i Fl. sing. ; V 
8660 (Concordia, 166): ala i sing.; Ill 
5910 (Raetia): ala i sing. p. f. c. R. ; 
III 5912 (ibid., 141): ala i singvlar. p. 
f. c. R. ; 111 5938 (Castra Regina) : dec 
al. i F. s. A(ntoninianae), sing(vlaris) 
c(on)s(vlaris); III 11995 (ibid.): al. i 
sing. ; V 875 (Aquileia, 105) : praef. eq_. 
alae i sing. c. R.; Notiz. (1890) p. 173 
(Concordia) : praef. alae i singvlarivm 
c. R.]. — (b) A. I Ulpia Singularium, 
uncertain station in the East. X 6426 
(Circeii): praef. alae i Vlp. singvl. ; III 
600 (Col. Byllis, 2 nd ) : praepositvs in Me- 
sopotamia VEXILLATIONIBVS EQVITVM ELE- 
CTORVM ALARVM . . . (including) SINGV- 
LARIVM. 

(91) SVLPICIA. A. Sulpicia civium 
Romanorum, in Germania Inferior. XIII 
8185 (Col. Agripp.): dv[p.] al. Svlp. ; 
XIII 8312 (ibid.): ecl alae Svlp.; XIII 
8311 (ibid.): eq_. al. Svlp.; XIII 1680 
(Ara Rom. et Aug., 2 nd -3 d ): [pr]aefecto 

ALAE Sv.PIc[l]AE C. R. 

(92) SYRIACA. A. Augusta Syriaca, 
in Syria. Ill 600 (Col. Byllis, 2 nd ): prae- 
positvs in Mesopotamia vexillationibvs 
eq_vitvm electorvm alarvm (including) 
Avgvstae Syriacae. 

(93) TAMPIANA. See PANNONII. 

(94) TAVRIANA. See GALLI. 

(95) TAVTI. A. Taulorum victrix 
civium Romanorum, in Spain. II 2984 
(Calagurris) : eqves ala Tavtor. vie. c. 
R. e(qvitvm?). 

(96) THRACE S. (a) A. Thracum Her- 
culana (Herculania, Herculiana), in the 
East. XII 1357 (Vasio) : praef. alae Thra- 
cvm Hercvlaniae; III 600 (Col. Byllis, 

2 nd ) : PRAEPOSITVS IN MESOPOTAMIA VEXIL- 
LATIONIBVS EQVITVM ELECTORVM ALARVM 

(including) Hercvlianae; II 4239 (Tar- 
raco) : praef. alae Thrac. Herclan. (sic) ; 
VI 31856 (Rome, 2 nd ): praef. alae Her- 
cvlanae. — (b) A. I Augusta Thracum, 
in Raetia, then in Noricum. V 7425 (Li- 

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ALA 



ALA 



barna, 1 st ): praef. alae i Ave. Thracvm ; 
III p. 867 {Weiaenburg, L08): in alis 

qvattvor . . . (including) i Avgvsta Thra- 
cvm; 111 4806 (Virunnm): dec. al. i 
Ave. Thracvm; lil \^-VJ (ibid.): de. alae 
i Thrac: III L0S69 (Matrica) : dec. ai e 
(sic) i Tr. (sic); III 5654 (Trigisamnm, 
140-4): ala i Avgvsta Thracvm; III 
5655 (Trigisamnm): vet. ex arm. cvst. 
al. i Ave. [_Thr.]; Ill 5340(Sohra): [ala] 
i Ave. Thr. : IX 5357 (Firmum Piceuum): 

PR. ALAE I AVG. THR\C. (c) A. I Tltl'd- 

cum, in Britain and in Germany. Ill 
p. B64(Malpas, 103): in alis qvattvor 
. . . (including) i Thracvm; VII OS (Du- 
rocornovium) : eq_es (sic) alae Trhaec. 
(sic); XIII SS18 (Traiectum): vet. ex n. 
ala i [Tr]achvm (sic). — (d) A. I Thra- 
cum Mauretana, in Judaea, then in Egypt. 
Ill p. 857 (Klausenburg, 86): in alis 
dvabvs . . . (including) i Thracvm Mav- 
retana; III 6-") SI i Alexandrea, 199): (ala) 
i Thrac. Mav[retan.] : III 75 (Philae, 
203): dec. al. Mavr.; Ill 13578 (Egypt, 
288), 141 59 1 (Arabia): alae i Thracvm 
M[avretanae]. — (e) A. I Thracum ve- 
teranorum sagittariorum civiam Roma- 
norum, in Paunonia Inferior (2 nd cent.). 
Ill p. 884 (Hungary, 145-60): in al. v 
. . . (including) i Thra[cvm]; III p. 2213 
(Brigetio, 150): in alis v . . . (including) 
i Thrac. veter. sag[it.]; Ill p. 888 (Hun- 
gary, 167): in alis in ... (including) i 
Thrac. veter. ; III 3394 (Carnpona) : dvpl. 
al. i Thrac. vet. Antoninianae. [Cf. Ill 
3395. 3401 (ibid.)]. Ill 3388 (ibid.): 

PRAEF. a(l\a n E I Thr)a(c)vM SeVERIANAE 

<Al)e<xandrian\ae vet.; Ill 3392 (ibid.): 
actarivs ale (sic); III 3393 (ibid.): vet. 
alae; III 3465 (Aquincum): ex dec. alae 
i Thracvm; III 3351 (Pannonia Inf.): dec. 
ale (sic) i Trhacvm (sic) ; III 10609 
(ibid.): dvpl. ale (sic) i T. v. ; III 15154 
(ibid.): dvpl. ale (sic) i Thrac; VIII 
619 (Mactar): praef. alae i Thracvm ve- 
teranorvm sagittariorvm ; III 10624 
(Pannonia Inf.. 251): ala i T[hracvm . ..]. 
— (/') A. I Thracum civium Romanorum 
victri.r. in Pannonia Superior. Ill p. 1978 
(Arrabona. 133): in alis v ... (including) 
i Thr. victr. ; III p. 879 {Hungary, 138 
[i]n ala i . . . [i T]hr. vict. ; III p. 1985 
(ibid. 148): in alis v ... (including) i 



Thrac. victr.; Ill p. 1986 (Brigetio, 149): 
in alis iv . . . (including) i Thr. victr.; 
Ill p. 8S1 (Hungary, 154): in alis v 
(including) i Thr. c. R. victr. ; III 4244 
(Scarbantia) : eqv. al. i Th.; VI 3308 
(Rome): ala i Thr. ex Pann. Svp. — 
(g) A. II Thrac /(in Augusta pia fidelis, 
in Mauretania. Ill p. 1973 (Caesarea. 
107): in alis tribvs ... (including) n 
Thracvm Avgvsta p. f. ; VIII 9203 (Ra- 
pidum) : eq_- alae Thracvm; VIII 9045 
(Auzia, 255) : ex dec. al. Thrac; VIII 
9358 (Caesarea): ex dec al. ii Thracvm; 
VIII 9378 = 21035 (ibid.): ex dec alae 
Thracvm; VIII 9380 (ibid.): eq. al. 
Thracvm ; VIII 9390 (ibid.) : (illius) 
[eqvitis] alae ii Thracvm; VIII 9615 
(Manliana): ex sig. alae Thracvm; VIII 
10949 = 21721 (Altava, 208): dec al. 
Trh. (sic); VIII 20827 (Rapidum, 254): 
dec alae Thracvm; VIII 21026 (Cae- 
sarea): eqves ala Trhacvm (sic) ; VIII 
21024 (ibid.): eq_; alae ii Thracvm; VIII 
21030 (ibid.): eqvitialae n Tracvm (sic); 
VI 1625« (Rome. 2 nd ): praef. alae Avg. 
ii p. f. Thracv[m]; VI 1625 £ (ibid.): 
praef. ala Avg. p. f. [Thrac] ; II 812 
(Capera): e[qviti] alae ii Thracv[m]. — 
(h) A. Ill Augusta Thracum sagitta- 
riorum (Galliena Volusiana) (Claudiana). 
in Pannonia Superior. Ill p. 1985 (Aszar, 
148): in alis v ... (including) m Ave 
Thr. sag.; Ill p. 1986 (Brigetio, 149): in 
alis iv ... (including) III Ave Thrac; 
III p. 2213 (ibid., 150): in alis v ... 
(including) [in Ave] Thrac sagit. ; III 
p. 881 (Hungary, 154): in alis v ... 
(including) in Ave Thrac sag.; Ill 4270 
(Adiaum, 252): eq_q_. alae hi Ave Thra- 
cvm Galliene Volvsiane (sic); III 11333 
(Pannonia Sup., 3 d ): per alam hi Thrac 
Cl[av]dianam ; III 4321 (Brigetio): vet. 
ex dec alae hi Thra. — (i) A. Ill Thra- 
cum, in Syria and the East. II 4251 (Tar- 
raco, 1 st ): praef. alae hi Thracvm in 
Syr(ia); VI 1449 (Rome, 2 nd ): praef. alae 
hi Thrac 

(97) TORQVATA. See GALLI, MOE- 
SICA. SILIANA. 

(98) TVNGRI. (a) A. I Tungrorum 
Frontoniana (Antoniniana Alexandria- 
ua), in Dalmatia, then in Pannonia, then 
in Dacia. Ill 9735 (Delminium, 1 st ): 



ALA 



ALAB 



227 



eq_. ala Frontonian.; Ill p. 854 (Klos- 
terneuburg, 80): in alis qvattvor ... 
(including) Frontoniana; III p. 1963 
(Carnuntum?, 84): in alis qvinqve ... 
(including) Frontoniana; III p. 855 (Be- 
iegh, 85): in alis sex ... (including) 
Frontoniana ; III 6485 (Carnuntum): 
eq_. ala[e Tv]ngro[r.] ; III 3679 (Pan- 
nonia Inf.) : eqves alae Frontonianae, 
and eqves ale (sic) eiv[s]de(m); III 
p. 1975 (Carnuntum, 114): in alis dvabvs 
. . . (including) Frontoniana, and alae 
Frontonianae cvi praefvit (Me); III 
3400 (Campona): eqves a[la]e Fro.; Ill 
p. 886 (Damasna, 145 161): in alis hi 
... (including) [Fr]ont. ; III 1633 1 (Also' 
Ilosva, tile) : r (sic) Front. ; ib. 8074 4 
(Dacia): ala Front.; ib. 787 (ibid.): 
vet. ale (sic) Fron. ; ib. 788 (ibid.) : ala 
i [Tvn]gr. Fro[nton.]; ib. 789 (ibid.) 
praef. eq_. alae Front. ; ib. 793 (ibid.) 
ala i Tvngr. Front.; ib. 795 (ibid., 213) 
ala i (T)vng. Front. Antoniniana ; ib. 
798 (Dacia): ala Frontoniana Alexan- 
driana; ib. 800 (ibid.): eq_. a(l)ae Fron- 
tonane (sic) ; ib. 801 (ibid.) : eqves alae 
[Front.]; ib. 802 (ibid.): dec. alae 
[Front.]; ib. 804 (ibid.): librar. ale (sic) 
Fronto. ; ib. 805 (ibid.): vet. ex de. al. 
Fro.; ib. 806 (ibid.): eq_. al. Front.; ib. 
807 (ibid.): eq_. al. Fro.; ib. 809 (ibid.): 
Eo- alae [Fro]nt. ; ib. 811 (ibid.): vet. 
ex [dec] alae Front., and dec. a(lae) 
s(vpra) s(criptae); ib. 5331 (Solva) : praef. 
alae i T vng. Frontonian. ; ib. 6274 
(Dacia): ala i Fron. Tvng. ; XI 4748 
(Vicus Marti s Tudertiuin): praef. alae i 
Tvncrorvm (sic) Fronton.; XIII 8558 
(near Novaesium) : decvrio mis. ex ala 
Front.; XIII 8842 (Germania): prae- 
fectvs alae Frontonianae. — (b) A. I 
Tungrorum, in Britain. Ill p. 1969 (Ger- 
mania Inf., 98) : in alis [tribvs] . . . 
(including) i Tvngrorvm ; III p. 866 ( Syd- 
enham, 105): in alis dvabvs . . . (includ- 
ing) i Tvngrorvm; VII 941 (Gabrosen- 
tum?): ala Tvn.; VII 1090 (Numerills): 
dvpl. alae Tvngrorvm. 

(99) VALERIA. See DROMEDARII. 

(100) VALLENSES. A. Vallensium, in 
Germany. XIII 6361 (Sumelocenna): al. 
Vallensivm. 

(101) VESPASIANA. See DARDANI. 



(102) VETERANA, VETERANI. Un- 
certain station. VIII 5936 (Saddar) : eqves 

SESQVIPLICARIVS ALA VETERANA. See alSO 

GAETVLI, GALLI, (GALL1CA), PARTHI. 
THRACES. 

(103) VETTONES. A. Hispanorum Vet- 
tonum civium Romanorum, in Britain. 
Ill p. 864 (Malpas, 103): in alis qvat- 
tvor . . . (including) Hispanorvm Vetto- 
nvm c. R.; VII 52 (Aquae Sulis) : eq_. 
alae Vettonvm c. R. ; VII 273 (Lava- 
trae?): praef. eq_. alae Vetto. ; Eph. 
Epigr. IV 670 (Brecon); [eq_. al.] Hisp. 
Vett[onvm c. R.]; ib. VII 979 (Vinovia): 
alae Vet[tonvm] c. R. ; ib. 980 (Bin- 
chester) : eck al. vett. c. R. 

(104) VICTRIX. See TAVTI, THRA- 
CES. 

(105) VINDEX (or VINDICIS). See 
FIDA. 

(106) VLPIA. See AVRIANA, CON- 
TARII, DACI, SINGVLARES. 

(107) VOCONTII. (a) A. Augusta 
Vocontiorum, in Britain, then in Germania 
Inferior. VII 1080 (Red Abbey Stead): 
dec. alae Avg. Vocontio[r.] ; XIII 8805 
(He mm en): dec. alae Vocontior. exer- 
ci[t]vvs (sic) Britannici; XIII 8655 (Col. 
Ulpia Traiana) : eq_. ala Vocont. ; XIII 
8671 (Burginatium) : missicivs ala [V]o- 
conit. (sic); XIII 3463 (Suessiones) : 
eqves ala Vo(co)ntiorvm. — (b) A. 
•Vocontiorum, in Egypt. Ill 12068 (Pto- 
lemais Hermiu) : dec. alae Vocontior. 

(108) VOLVSIANA. See THRACES. 

(109) Uncertain. VI 1641 (Rome, 3 d ); 
X 6442 (Privernum); XI 4367 (Ameria), 
5744 (Sentinum); III 90 (Bostra), 130 
(near Damascus, 3 d ), 6218 (Arrubium), 
6627 (Coptos), 7495 (Cius), 10366 (ager 
Aquincensis) ; VIII 2094 (near Theveste), 
2923 (Lambaesis), 6707 (Tiddis) ; VII 
1116 (Auchindavy). 

ALABASTER. Name of a typical form 
of ointment-vase, of alabaster or similar 
stone, glass, or terracotta ; with elongated 
body, round base, two rudimentary handles, 
sometimes pierced for suspension, round 
mouth, and circular flat top. X 5469 
(Aquinum) : et teretes onyches fvsi gra- 
cilesqve alabastri. 

ALABENSIS. «Of* Alaba», a town 
of uncertain site in south-eastern Spain. 



228 



ALAB 



ALAN 



II 4200 (Tarraco) : (Mi) eqviti Alabensi 

EX (CONVENTV) CaRTHAg(iNIENSi). 

ALABON. A town of the Vocontii in 
Gallia Narbonensis on the road between 
Segustero and Vapincum, 16 Roman miles 
from the former, 18 from the latter; now 
Le Monestier d' Allemont. On itineraria 
on silver cups from Aquae Apollinares 
( Vicarello). XI 3281 : Alabontem ; 3282- 

3-4: ALABONTE. 

ALACER. ■ Brisk », « eager », - glad- 
some ». (a) Applied to persons. XIV 3826 
(Tibur): acri homini adqve alacri, forti, 
fido adqve (sic) venvsto ; V 2 p. 61 7 2 
(Mediolanium, f): hvc veniant alacres; 
XI 1070 (Parma): hic sva virtvte pa- 
riter cvm adversario de[cid]it (or de- 
[fec]it) alacer ; Ilim, Damasi Epigramm. 
XXIX 6 (Rome, f, 4 th ): vos alacres 
vestris manibvs mvndasse sepvlcra ; Hi'ibn. 
Hisp. 499 (Valentia, f, 6 th ): pivs, prae- 
clarvs doctor, alacer, facvndvs, ivsti- 
nianvs caelebs, pontifex, sacer[dos] ; 
Carm. Lat. 1394 = Rossi II p. 288 
(Rome, f, 689): percipiens alacer redi- 
vivae praemia vitae. — (b) Transferred. 
V 2 p. 705 5 (Ticinum, f): hvivs ope alacri 
pvlsabant sidera voce. 

ALACRITAS. « Quick, brisk action ». 

III 14416 (Moesia Sup., 2 nd -3 d ): [ob] 

ALACRITATEM VIRTv[TIS ADv]eRSVS HOSTES 
Ca[rPOS] ET RES PROSPERE ET Va[lIDE 
GES]taS. 

ALAGABALVS. See ELAGABALVS. 

ALAGABIAE Matronae. Matron-deities 
of the Germans. [See MATER, MATRO- 
NA, and cf. GABIAE, OLLOGABIAE, and 
Bonner Jahrb. CV (1900) p. 97]. XIII 
8529 (Btirgel): matroni[s] Alagabiabvs 
(sic), (Me) pro se et (Mis) v. s. l. m. 

ALAISIAGAE. Two German (Frisian?) 
female divinities named respectively Beda 
and Fimilena (q. v.), known only from 
two British altar-dedications. Eph. Epigr. 
VII 1040 = Dessau 4760 (Borcovicium) : 
deo Marti Thingso et dvabvs Alaisiagis 
Bede et Fimilene (sic) et n(vminibvs) 
Avg(vstorvm) ; Eph. Epigr. VII 1041 = 
Dessau 4761 (ibid.): deo Marti et dvabvs 
Alaisiagis et n(vminibvs) Avg(vstorvm). 

ALAMANNICVS. (a) As title of em- 
perors for victories gained over the Ala- 
manni. [See ALAMANNVS]. Of Constan- 



tinus Junior, III 7000 (Orcistus, 331): 
Fi (avivs) Cla(vdivs) Constantinvs Ala- 
man(nicvs); III 12483 (Troesmis) : Fi.. 
Cl. Constantinvs Al[aman(nicvs) Ma]x., 
Germ. Max. — Of Constantius II, III 
3705 (Sirmium, 354): Imp. Caes. Fla(vivs) 
Ivl(ivs) Constantivs . . . Germanicvs 
Alamamnicvs (sic) Maximvs etc. — Of 
Valentinian, Valens aud Gratian, VI 1175 
(Rome, 370): Germanic(vs) Max(imvs), 
Alamann(icvs) Max(imvs) etc. — Of Ju- 
stinian, III 13673 (Miletus, f, 6 th ): ij/tfiv 
avxo\_xQCiT~\oQ KsGckq (sic) Q>X(aviog) Iv- 
stinianvs Alaman[nicv]s etc. (sic). — 
(b) Ludi Alamannici, of uncertain origin 
(Constantinus Maiimus?), public games 
in celebration of victories over the Ala- 
manni. I 2 p. 274 (Fasti Philocali) Oct. 5 : 
Lvdi Alamannici; ib. Oct. 10: Alaman- 
nici. [Cf. comments, I p. 403]. 

ALAMANNVS, ALEMANNVS. Adj. 
and subst, of the group (All-mann = 
k confederacy » ) of German tribes on the 
upper courses of the Rhine and Danube, 
so named after the 3 d centurv. (a) Adj. 
XI 1731 (Florentia, 423): (ilia) civis 
Alamanna. (b) Subst. Hiibn. Hisp. 379 
(Bracara, f); Alemannvs, Saxo, Toringvs 
(sic) etc. . . . te dvce nosse Devm gav- 
dent. 

ALAMBRIMA. A Gallic female divi- 
nity of the Vocontii in Narbonensis. XII 
5848 (La Piarre): Alambrimae, Severvs 
Perpetvi fil(ivs) exs (sic) voto. The 
name appears to survive in the neighboring 
hill called Alambre or Arambre. 

ALAMILIARENSIS. «Of Ala Miliaria», 
a town of Mauretania Caesariensis, taking 
its name from the ala there stationed. 
[See s. v. ala, hi § 60]; now Beaian. 
VIII 21572 (Ala Miliaria, f) : [tile] 
ep(i)s(copvs) . . . [ecJclesia(m) Ala oo 
(= Miliar easem) tem[pore conlapsam — 
or the like — repara]vit. 

ALANI. A nomad race established, 
when first mentioned, in Sarmatia (the 
Steppes of southern Russia between the 
Caucasus and the Don). Later they forced 
their way west through Europe, overran 
Spain, and passed into Africa with the 
Vandals in the 5 th century. VIII 17412 
(Hippo Regius, f, 6 th , a silver vase): Gei- 

LIMAR REX VaNDALORVM ET AlANORVM. 



ALAN ALAV 229 

Sing, of a hunting-horse of Hadrian, XII (Me) ex dec(vrione) alario vetera- 

1122 (Apta, 2 nd ): Borysthenes Alanvs, nvs. 

Caesarevs veredvs. — In general sense, ALATEIVIA. A local German goddess. 

Hiibn. Hisp. 379 (Bracara, f): Ostro- XIII 8606 (Vetera): Alateiviae ex ivssv 

gotvs, Francvs, Bvrgvndio, Dacvs, Ala- (Hie). 

nvs, te dvce nosse Devm gwdent. ALATERVAE matres. German mother- 

ALANICVS. Title of Justinian, as con- deities [cf. mater] of the Tungri. VII 

queror of the Alani, q. v. Ill 13673 (Mi- 1084 (Cramoad): matrib(vs) aTatervis 

letus, f, 6 th ): fj/Jiuiv ctvxo[jtQca~\oQ Kadaq et matrib(vs) campestrib(vs), coh(ors) 

®A(aviog) Ivstinianvs ... [A]lanicvs (sic). i[i] Tvngr(orvjw). 

ALANTEDOBA. A local Celtic goddess ALATIS phyle, apparently at Bargylia 

of the Alpine tribe Camunni on the high- in Caria. VI 35438 (Rome): Heracutvs 

lands north of Brixia and west of Tri- Hermiae f(ilivs), Bargylietes fyles (sic) 

dentum. V 4934 (Camunni) : Alantedoba Alatidos. 

(sic) Sex. Cornelivs Primvs v. s. l. m. ALATOR. A title (probably Celtic) of 

ALANVS. See ALANI. Mars in Britain. VII 85 (Dobuni): d(eo) 

ALAPA. * A box on the ear » , * slap Marti Alatori (Hie) v. s. l. m. ; Eph. 

ou the face^. Eph. Epigr. I 269 (Pom- Epigr. VII 999 (Segedunum): Mart(i) 

peii, graffito) : Cissoni alapa, dvobvs Ala(tori) (Hie) pro se et [svis] v. s. l. m. 

pvveris (sic = pueris) felicter ! (sic) ; ALATVS. « Winged. » (reading un- 

IV 31.96a (ibid., frgmt.): alapa Scrib[...]. certain). IV 1239 (Pompeii, graffito): 

ALAR . . . See ALARDOSSIS. (faselvs?) alatvs, vim idvs Octo(bres). 

ALARDOSSIS. A local Celtic god of ' ALAVDA. « Lark ». Only in indeclinable 

the Convenae on the northern slopes of plur. : alavdae, as title of the Legio V 

the Pyrenees. [Cf. below, ALARDOSTVS]. (Gallica), enrolled by Julius Caesar, finally 

XIII 48 (Convenae) : Alardossi L. Ivl(ivs) destroyed in the civil wars of 70 A. D. 

Evnvs v. s. l. m. ; XIII 222 (Lugdunum [Cf. legio v Gallica]. Originally a nick- 

Convenarum) : C. Fabivs C. f. [M]onta- name, afterwards adopted by the troops. 

nvs [Ala]rdossi [v. s.] l. m. ; XIII 432 II 4188 (Tarraco) : trib. mil. legionis v 

(Ausci, frgmt.): [A]lardos. [. ..]tis ; XIII Alavda p e] (sic, not Alauda[r(um)] as read 

47 (Convenae): Alar., A. Fvrivs Festvs /. c); IX 3380 (Aufinum) : [trib.]mil. 

v. s. l. m. leg. v Alavdae; XI 5210 (Fulginiae) : 

ALARDOSTVS. A local god of the [tr] mil. leg. v Alavd(ae); XI 5211 

Convenae, perhaps the same as Alardossis (ibid.) : [t]r. mil. leg. v Alavd(ae) ; V 

q. v. XIII 313 (near Lugdunum Conve- 547 (Tergeste): mil. leg. v Alav[d\e]; 

narum): Alardosto deo, Tavrvs Sosonnis IX 1460 (Ligures Baebiani) : (Hie) le- 

f(ilivs) v. s. l. m. gione v Alavdae. 

ALARIS. « Of the ala » in the cavalry- ALAVNIVM. A town of the Vocoutii 

service. [Cf. ALARIVS]. VIII 2532 = in Gallia Narbonensis on the Druentia, 

18042 (Castra Lambaesitana, speech of 24 Roman miles by road south of Segis- 

Hadrian) : post alarem exercitationem ; tero. Now Aulun. On itineraria from 

III 6581 (Alexandrea, 199): decvriones Aquae Apollinares (Vicarello). XI 3281, 

alares veteranae Gai.lic(ae) et i Thra- 3284 : Alavnivm j ib. 3282-3: Alavnio. 

c(vm) Mav[retan(ae)]; III 865 (Napoca, [Cf. ALAVNIVS]. 

185-192) : qvod dec(vriones) alares pro- ' ALAVNIVS. The local divinity of Alau- 

miservnt, [pecvnia sva posvervnt; III nium, q. v. XII 1517 (near Aulun): (Hie) 

8395 (Risinium): (Mi) dec(vrioni) al(ari). Alavnio [. . .] s(va) p(ecvnia) v. s. l. [m.]. 

ALARIVS. « Of the ala*, as alaris [Cf. ALAVNVS]. 

q. v. VIII 4800 (Gadiaufala) : (Hie) ve- ALAVNVS. Local name of Mercurius. 

teranvs praefectvs in Britania (sic) XIII 6425 (Lepoduimm = Mannheim) : 

eq_(vitibvs) alaris (sic) ; VIII 20996 [g]enioMercvr(i)Alavni,^)exv(oto) 

(Caesarea, 3 d ) : (Me) veteranvs ex dec(v- s(olvit) l(aetvs) l(ibens) m(erito). [Cf. 

rione) alario; VIII 21835 (Volubilis): the Alauni, a Noric tribe]. 






ALBA 



ALRA 



ALBA. A common place name in Italy 
and the provinces. 

(a) Alba Fucens, a town of the Aequi 
on the borders of the Marsian territory, 
north of Lako Fucinus; now Alba. Its 
citizens were inscribed in the Fabia Tri- 
bus. As birthplace of soldiery named in 
latercidi praetorianorum. VI 21375 c = 
32515 (Rome, 2 nd ): (tile) Alb(a) Fvc(en- 
te) ; VI 2379 = 32520 (ibid.) I 1. 38 and 
II 1. 12: (tile) Alba Fvc(ente). [Cf. AL- 
BENSIS]. 

(b) Alba Ilelvorum, a town of the 
Helvi in Gallia Narbonensis, near the 
right (west) bank of the Rhodanus; now 
Aps. Its citizens were inscribed in the 
Voltinia Tribus. XII 5566 (Alba Hel- 
vorum, 306, a milestone): Alb(a abl.) 
mil(ia) p(assvvm) XII1I ; XII 5568 a 
(ibid.): Alb(a) m. p. viii ; XII 5572 (ibid., 
287) : Al(ba) m. p. xvii ; XIII 8056 (Bonna): 
P. Clodio P. f. Vol(tinia) Alb(a); XIII 
8055 (ibid.): T. Carisio T. f. Vol. Alba. 
[Cf. ALBENSIS]. 

(c) *Alba Longa. [Cf. ALBANVS]. 

(d) Alba Pompeia, a town of Liguria, 
north-west of Genua, on the right bank of 
the Tanarus ; now Alba. Its citizens were 
inscribed in the Camilla Tribus. V 7153 
Piemonte, origin uncertain, 2 nd : [in mv- 
ni]cipio svo Alba Pompeia, and patrono 

COLONIARVM (Ularum), ITEM MVNICIPIO- 

r(vm) Albae Pompeiae etc. ; V 7553 (near 
Hasta): C. Mettivs C. f. Cam(ilia) Ve- 
recvndvs, Alba; V 7922 (Alba Pompeia): 
Sex. Cassio L. f. Cam(ilia), Alb(a) ; VI 
2413 = 32529 (Rome, laterculus praeto- 
rianorum): [. . .]vs, Alba Pom(peia); VI 
2620 (Rome): M. Vibio M. f. Cam(ilia) 
Restvto (sic), Albe (sic = loc.) ; VI 2649 
(Rome): Q. Manlivs Q. f. Cam(ilia) Se- 
vervs, Alba Pompeia; VIII 1839 (The- 
veste): Q. Mantivs Q. f. Cam(ilia) [. . .], 
Alba Pompeia; VIII 2533 (Castra Lam- 
baesitana, 129): [. . .]s C. f. Camil(ia) 
Memo[r], [Al]ba Pompeia; XIII 6855 
(Mogontiacum) : M. Avrelivs M. f. Ca- 
milia Metelvs (sic), Alba. 

(e) Alba Urgavo. [See ALBENSIS]. 
(/) An unknown place in Africa. VIII 

7759 (Cirta): cognitvs est locvs amoe- 
nissimvs Alba. 

ALBANENSIS. « Of Albanum », q. V, 



Bull. Arch. Gr. V (1899) p. 24 [cf. VIII 
(1902) p. 110] (Rome, f, 4 th ): (Me) so- 
crvs epis(copi) episcop(i) Vrsini Ai.ba- 
nens(is). [Cf. ALBANIENSIS]. 

ALBANI. The inhabitants of Albania, 
q. v. R. G. divi Aug. rap. 31, 1. 53: 

NOSTRAM Am[|CITIAM PETIEKVNt] PER LEGA- 

t[os] B[a]starn[ae Scythae]q_ve et Sar- 

MATARVM Q_[VI SVNT CITRA FLv]MEN Ta- 
NAIM [ET] VLTRA REG[ES AlBa]nORVMQ_VE 
rex etc = 'AXfiar&v d& ... X. X. X. ... 

^aaiXsTq. [For Albani Longani see s. v. 
ALBANVS]. 

ALBANIA. A region on the western 
shore of the Caspian Sea, north of Ar- 
menia. I p. 460 = I 2 p. 50 (Act. Triumph. 
Capitol., 693/61): [Cn. Pompeivs Cn. f. 
Sex. n. Magnvs tn p]r.oco(n)s(vl) . . . 
[ex . . . Alb]ania etc. (sc. triumphavit). 

ALBANIANA praedia, an estate in the 
neighborhood of Rome, on which stood a 
brick-kiln. XV 1871 (Rome, 2 nd , a brick): 
[ex praedis] Albanian(is) C. Ostri Ser- 
r(ani ?). 

ALBANIENSIS = Albanensis: * of Alba 
(Longa) ». VI 25548 (Rome): Rvbria 
Prima Albaniesis (sic). 

ALBANVM (a) Sc. praedium, the fa- 
mous Villa of DomitiaD on the west shore 
of the Lacus Albanus, on the site of the 
ancient Alba Longa, near modern Castel 
Gandolfo. In an epistula of Domitian to 
the people of Falerio, IX 5420 (Falerio, 
82): d(ie) xi k(alendas) Avg(vstas), in 
Albano; VI 6280 (Rome, columbarium 
Statiliorum, 1 st ): Felix ex Albano, Dio- 
gaes f(ilivs), if correctly read. On lead 
pipes found near the Albanum Domitiani. 
XV 7819, 7820 (temp. Domit.): Alb.; 
XV 7823 (temp. M. Aurel.): Alban. — 
(b) Later the name was given to the 
neighboring encampment of the Legio II 
Parthica (temp. Severi), and the town 
that grew up about it, now Albano La- 
ziale. VI 32563 frgmt. 5 (Rome, later- 
culus praetorianorum) : (ille) d(omo) Al- 
ban^?]. [Cf. ALBANVS]. 

ALBANVS. Adj. and subst. « Of Alba », 
« Alban ». (A) Derived from Alba Longa, 
traditional mother-city of Rome. (1) Mons 
Albanus, the highest point of the Alban 
volcano, overlooking Lacus Albanus, crown- 
ed with the temple of Juppiter Latiaris, 



ALBA ALBA 231 

and seat of the Latin rites (Feriae La- Bovillen[ses]; XIV 2406 (ibid.): [AlbaI- 

tinae). Now Monte Cavo or Cave. I norvm Lon[ganorvm Boville]ns(ivm) ; 

p. 458 = I* p. 47 (Acta Iriumph. Ca- XIV 2409 (ibid.): Albani Longani Bo- 

pilol., 231 B. C): C. Papirivs C. f. L. villenses; XIV 2411 (ibid.): Albani 

n. Maso co(n)s(vl) . . . de Corseis pri- Lo[ngani Bo]villenses. Cf. XIV 3513 

mvs in Monte Albano (sc. triumphavit); (Ciciliano): (Mi) mvnicip(i) Albano. 

I p. 459 = P p. 48 (ibid.. 197 B. C.) : (7) Aqua Albana, a spring and brook 

[Q. Minvcivs C. f. C. n. Rvfvs cos. ...] near Castriinoenium. XIV 2466 (Castri- 

de G[alleis, Boieis, Ligvribvsqve in moenium, 31): locvm qvi est extra Por- 

Monte] Alban[o], and (ibid., 172 B. C.)]: tanv Medianam ab eo loco ... ad rivom 

[C. Ci]cer[eivs] . . . pr(aetor) ex Cor- Aqvae Albanae (twice). 

sica in Monte Albano; I p. 461 = P (B) In other places (not connected with 

p. 50 (ibid., 44 B.C.): C. Ivlivs C. f. Alba Longa). (1) Via Albana, a road 

C. n. Caesar vi dict(ator) hi ovans . . . near Beneventum, perhaps leading to the 

ex Monte Albano; VI 14844 (Rome, 6): Pagus Albanus (below § 2). IX 1817 

Clange Hilarionis v(ixit) a(nnis) xx, perit (Beneventum) : qvicvmqve Albana tendis 

(sic) in Monte Albano. — Of priests of prope[rare, viator]. — (2) Pagus Al- 

the old Latin rites conserved on the Al- banus, apparently near Beneventum. IX 

ban Mount. VI 2021 = 2173 = XIV 2228 1455 (Ligures Baebiani, 100) 3 1. 37 : 

(Mons Albanus, 275-6) : Caben[ses s]acer- fvnd(i) Albiani, Pago Albano. 

dote[s fer:a]rvm Latinarvm Mon[tis] ALBARINVS. A local Celtic deity of 

Albani; VI 2174 (Rome) (illius) sacer- Carbantorate in Gallia Narbonensis. XII 

dotis Cabesis (sic) Montis Albani. — 1157 (Carbantorate) : [ille ...]mari f(ilivs) 

(2) Arx Albana, in the Alban ritual, of Albarino v. s. l. m. 

uncertain location on the Alban Mount. ALBARIS. Adj. Opus albare, « orna- 

XIV 2947 (Praeneste, 2 nd ): (Mi) salio mental stucco-work » for walls, ceilings 

Arcis Albanae, [cf. below (4)]; VI 2172 etc. VIII 73 = 11151 (Prov. Byzacena, 

(Rome): (Mi) v(irgini) v(estali) maximae 3 d ): [ar]am a solo aedificavit et opere 

Ar[cis A]lbanae. — (3) Lex Albana, the albari exornavit; VIII 1141 (Carthago): 

ancient Alban rite. 1 807 = XIV 2387 [templvm cv]m ara et opere albari ; VIII 

(Bovillae, B. C): aara leege Albana di- 1310 = 14810 (Prov. Procons., 166-9): 

cata. — (4) Titles of priests of the Alban [tem]plvm cvm arcv et porticibvs et 

rite. VI 2161 (Rome): (ille) pontifex, osteis (sic) et opere albari a fvn[da- 

dictator Alban(vs) ; VI 1460 = XIV 2264 mentis]. 

(ager Albanus, 1 st ) : (ille) pontifex Alba- ALBARIVS. (a) Adj. = albaris q. v. 

nvs; VI 2168 (Rome): (illius) pontificis XIV 2995 (Praeneste, 51-54): [op]<ere> 

Albani; IX 1595 (Beneventum): (Mi) albario. — (b) Subst., « worker in stucco». 

[po]ntif(ici) Alba[n]o minori ; VI 2170, VI 9139 (Rome): C. Ateio Philadelpo 

2171 (Rome): (ille) salivs Albanvs. [Cf. (sic), albario. [Cf. ab albo s. v. ALBVS]. 

above, § 2]; XIV 2410 (Bovillae, 157): ALBATVM. [Cf. below, ALBATVS (<?)]. 

(illius) virginis Albanae maximae]. [Cf. In the idiom ad albatvm vicit and ad 

above, § 2]. — (5) Albani, the inhabi- albatv (sic), i. e. - under the colors of 

tants of the Alban region. I 2 p. 233 (Fasti the f actio albata » , VI 10048 (Rome, 2 nd ). 

Praenestini) March: apvd Albanos et ALBATVS. Adj. from albus q. v. « Clad 

plerosqve [po]pvlos lat[ii]. — (6) Al- in white ». (a) At Heliopolis, the albata 

bani Longani Bovillenses, the people of decursio, a cavalry-parade with riders clad 

Bovillae, a town on the Via Appia north- in white honoris causa. Ill 14387/f* 

west of Lacus Albanus; now Le Fratoc- (Heliopolis, 1 st ): (z7//)[ HONORAT ]° albata 

chie. They proudly called themselves so decvrsione ab imp(eratore); III 14387 i 

as presumptive heirs of the ancient Alba (ibid.): (Mi) honorat(o) albat(a) de- 

Longa.Yl 1851 (Rome): Albani Longani c[v]r[sione] ab imp(eratore). — (b) Of 

Bovillenses decvriones and mvnicipes; an official of an association at a public 

XIV 2405 (Bovillae) : Albani [Longani] function. XI V 21 1 2 (Lanuvium, 2 nd ) 1. 30 ; 



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ITEM PLACV1T VT QVINQVfcNNALIS . . . [tVRe] 
ET VINO SVPPL1CET ET CETERIS OFFICIIS AL- 

batvs fvngatvr. — (c) Of the « White 
Faction - in the Circus. [Cf. ALBATVM, 
ALBVS]. VI 599 (Home?): C. Domi[tivs| 
Veri i.ib(ertvs) Timo, fact(ionis) albatae; 
VI 10047 (Rome): vici in factione al- 
bata en etc.; VI 10048 (Rome, 2 nd ): 
[is pri^mvm agitavit in factione alb(ata), 

aild ERIPVIT ET VICIT . . . ALBATIS (i. C 

« for the Whites »). — (d) In Chr. sense, 
■ clad in white for the sacrament of bap- 
tism. " , hence « baptized » . [Cf. ALBVS]. 
Carm. Lat. 1394 = Rossi II p. 288 
(Rome, f , 689) : q_vem Chr(ist)i gratia 

PVRGANS PROTINVS ALBATVM VEXIT IN ARCE 

(sic) POLL 

ALBENSIS. Adj., subst., derived from 
place-names. 

(a) Of Alba Fucens (q. v. under Alba, 
§ a). IX 3916 (Alba Fucens, 252): s(e- 
natvs) p(opvlvs)q_(ve) A(lbensis) ; IX 
3917 (ibid.): senatvs Albensis; IX 3929 
(ibid.): Albensivm fines; IX 3930 (ibid.): 
Albens(ivm) fines; 1X3938 (ibid.): (illi) 
dendroforo Albensi ; VI 1406 (Rome): 
(illi) cvr(atori) r(ei) p(vblicae) Alb(en- 
sivm) Fvc(entivm); VI 2517 (ibid.): (illi) 

TRIBVLI TR1BV C»VFEn[tINa1, ALBENSI J IX 

5146 (Castrum Novum): praef(ectvs) pa- 
g(i) Albensivm Fvlcentivm (sic). — Note 
Albensis Pater, the guardian-deity of Alba 
Fucens, IX 4177 = VI 3672 (near Avez- 
zano, B. C): Albsi (sic) patre (dat.). 

(b) Of Alba Helvorum (q. v. under 
Alba § b). XII 1567 (Dea Augusta, 245): 
(illo) civitat(is) Albens(is) ; XII 1954 
(Lugudunum): ordo splendidissimvs ci- 
vitat(is) Albensivm. 

(c) Of Alba Pompeia (q. v. under Alba 
§ d). VI 1635 = XI 3940 (Capena) : (illi) 
cvr(atori) r(ei) p(vblicae) Alb(ensivm) 
Pompeianorvm; V 7595 (Alba Pompeia): 
genio c(ollegii) c(entonariorvm) Alb(en- 
sivm) Pomp(eianorvm). 

(d) Of Alba Urgavo, a town of His- 
pania Baetica, east of Corduba. [See 
VRGAVO]. II 2105 (Urgavo): flamen 
sacr(orvm) pvbl(icorvm) mvnicip(ii) Al- 
b(ensis) Vr(gavonensis); II 2111 (ibid., 
130-1): mvnxipivm Albense Vrgavonense; 
II 2112 (Urgavo): mvn(icipivm) Alb(ense). 

(e) Pagus Albensis, near Veleia. Fundi, 



sal/us in Veleiate, Pag(o) Albense, XI 
1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ) I 67; III 24, 29, 31, 
38 (where Albensi), 68, 73, 76; IV 11, 
22, 86, 88; VI 50; VII 39. 

ALBENTIBILI. See ALBINTIMILIVM. 

ALBEVS. See ALVEVS. 

ALBIAHENAE. Matron-.deities of the 
Germans. [See MATER, MATRONA]. 
XIII 7936 (Ober-Elvenich): [A]lbiahenis 
(ilk) [v.] s. [l. m.] ; XIII 7933 (ibid.): 
[matronis] Albia[henis (ille)]; XIII 7935 
(ibid.): Albiahen[is] (ille); XIII 7934 
(ibid.): [Albi]ahenis (ille). 

ALBIANVS fundus. Name of estates. 
(a) near Beneventum, IX 1455 (Ligures 
Baebiani, 101) II 24: fvndi Albiani cvm 
casis, pago Meflano; ib. II 30: fvnd(i) 
Albiani et Amarantiani Svriani Anniani 
in Beneventano, pago Saecvlano; ib. II 
66: fvnd(i) Primigeniani et Albiani et 

SVTORIANI ET SVELLIANI, PAG(o) SaLVTARI J 

ib. Ill 37: fvnd(i) Albiani, pago Al- 
bano. — (b) near Veleia. XI 1147 (Ve- 
leia, 2 nd ) II 40: fvndvm Albianvm pag(o) 
s(vpra) s(cripto), i.e. Ambitrebio; ib. 
VI 54: FVNDVM Didianvm Albianvm Vi- 
bianvm in Veleiate, pag(o) Bagienno. 

ALBICANS. Part, as adj. = albus. 
■ White *. XII 1122 (Apta, 2 nd ): dente 

APER ALBICANTI. 

ALBINGAVNENSIS. Adj. and subst. 
« Of Albingaunum «, q. v. « Resident of 
Albingaunum ». V 7782 (Albingaunum): 

PLEBS VRBANA ALBINGAVNENSIS J ib. 7780 

(ibid., 214): plebes vrbana Albingavnen- 
sivm; ib. 7783 (ibid., 191): balnevm . . . 
Albi[n]ga[v]nensibvs a[tJsignavit. 

ALBINGAVNVM. [Not Album Ingau- 
num in inscrr.]. A town of the Ingauni on the 
coast of Liguria, between Genua and Lucus 
Bormanni ; now Albenga. Its citizens were 
inscribed in the Publilia Tribus. VI 
2379^ = 32520 (Rome, lalerculus prae- 
torianorum, 143-4): M. M[. ..] Paternvs, 
Albing(avno); VI 2529 (Rome): P. Ca- 

RANTIVS P. F. Pvb(lILIa) VERVS, ALBIN- 

gavno; VI 2381 = 32522 (Rome, 154): 
[. . .] Aelivs L. f. Pvbl(ilia) Adivtor, 
Alvinca(vno) (sic); XIII 6965 (Mogon- 
tiacum): M. Mvcivs M. f. Pvb(lilia) Al- 
bi(ngavno) Pvd(ens). 

ALBINNENSES vicani, the inhabitants 
of Albinuum, a town of the upper Bhone 



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valley between Augustum and Genava, 
north-east of the modern Aix-les- Bains; 
now Alberts. XII 2493 (Albinnum): (Me) 

BALINEVM etC. . . . VICANIS AlBINNENS[iBVS 

d(e) s(va) d(edit)] ; ib. 2494 (ibid.) : ba- 

LINEVM . . . VICANIS ALBINNENSIBVS D. S. D. 

ALBINTIMILIENSIS. « Of Albintimi- 
lium », q. v. V 7883 (Cemenelum) : (Mi) 
Albintimiliens(i). 

ALBINTIMILIVM. [Not Album Inti- 
milium in inscrr.]. A town of the Inti- 
milii on the coast of Liguria between 
Nicaea and Lncns Bormanni, slightly east 
of the modern VentimigLia. Its citizens 
were enrolled in the Falema Tribus. VI 
2379 a = 32520 (Rome, later culm prae- 
torianorum, 143-4) col. 3, 1. 1 : M. Aemi- 
livs Clemens, Albi[nti]mil(io) ; VI 2589 
(Rome): M. Sabvrivs Ligvs Fal(erna), 
Albintimili(o); II 4171 (Tarraco) : L. Va- 
lerivs L. f. Secvndvs, domo Albentibili(o) 
(sic). [Cf. INTIMILIVM]. 

ALBIORICA. A Celtic goddess wor- 
shipped at Apta in Gallia Narbonensis. 
[Cf. ALBIORIX]. XII 1060 (Apta):A L - 
biorice (sic) V. S. L. M. 

ALBIORIX. A Celtic god, identified 
with Mars, worshipped at Vasio in Gallia 
Narbonensis. [Cf. ALBIORICA]. XII 1300 
(Vasio): Marti Albiorigi (Me) v. s. l. m. 

ALBIS. A river of Germany flowing into 
the North Sea ; now Elbe. R. G. divi Aug. 
cap. 26, 1. 12: [Germaniam qva inclv]- 

DIT OCEANVS A GaDIBVS AD OSTIVM ALBIS 
FLVIw[lNIS PACAVl] = rSQf.UXViaV XCcOwg 

'Qxsuvbg neQixXtCei an\_b~\ radt\jQ~\a)v 
/iis'XQi (Tto/ucctoq 'Alfiiog noraf.io\_v ev~] 
siQrjV)] xaTs'cfTrjGcc. 

ALBITANA civitas in Hispania Cite- 
rior, site unknown. Hiibn. Hisp. 189 (near 
Tarraco, f> ca. 7 th ) : in isto loco sepvltvs 

EST EVTICHIVS PRESBITER CIVITATIS ALBITA- 

ne (sic). 

ALBITEMIVS saltus, near Veleia. XI 
1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ) 3, 32: saltvm Bitiniam 
Albitemivm qvi est in Veleiate et in 
Lvcensi, pagis Albensi et Minervio et 
Statiello; ib. 3, 75: saltvm Bitvniam et 
Albitemivm Betvtianvm qvi est in Ve- 
leiate et in Lvcense, pagis Albense et 
Minervio et Statielo (sic). 

ALBIVS. A Celtic god. XIII 2840 (ager 
Aeduorum septentrionalis) : Avg(vsto) sa- 

Thes. linguae lat. epigr. 



cr(vm). Deo Albio et Damonae. (Hie) 
ex ivssv eivs s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito). 

ALBOCELVS. Apparently name of a 
local Spanish deity. [Cf. ALBOCOLEN- 
SIS]. II 2394 £ (Bracara Augusta): Albo 
celo (sic; nothing else]. 

ALBOCOLENSIS. Adj. and subst. ■ Of 
Albocola », a town of Lusitania (pro- 
bably), site not known. II 2598 (Gal- 
laecia, 2 ni1 ) : M. Vlpivs Avg. lib. Evtychvs, 
proc(vrator) metall(orvm) Alboc(olen- 
sivm) ; II 880 (Salmantica) : Amme Festi 
f. Albocolensi. 

ALBONENSES. Inhabitants of Albona, 
a town on the coast of Liburnia between 
Flanona and Pola, still called Albona in 
Italian, Labin in Croatian. Ill 3049 (Al- 
bona, 3 d ): res pvblica Albonessivm (sic). 

ALBONIANI fundi, estates near Veleia. 
XI 1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ) I 37: fvnd(vm) 
Acilianvm Albo • nianvm (sic) Caninia- 
nvm, pag(o) s(vpra) s(cripto), i. e. in 
Veleiate, pago lunonio ; ib. I 68 : fvndos 
(duos) Albonianos Vibvllianos loco s(v- 
pra) s(cripto), i. e. in Veleiate, pago Al- 
bense, vico Seceniae. 

ALBSI. See ALBENSIS. 

ALBVLAE Aquae. See ALBVLVS. 

ALBVLENSES, the inhabitants of Al- 
bulae, a town of Mauretania Caesariensis, 
on the road between Calama and Rusuc- 
curu; now A'in-Temushent. VIII 21665 
(Albulae, 299): (Me) cvr(ator) ac di- 
sp(vnctor) reip(vblicae) Albvl(ensivm). 

ALBVLEVS. Poetic for albulus, q. v. 
XIV 3911 (Aquae Albulae): debilis Al- 
bvleo steterat qvi gvrgite Samis. 

ALBVLVS. « Whitish » . Aquae Albulae, 
a spring of water impregnated with sul- 
phur, rising near the Via Tiburtina about 
16 miles from Rome and flowing into the 
Anio; now Acque Albule; the divinity of 
the healing waters. XIV 3534 (Tibur): 

(Me) SACERDOS M(ATRIS) D(EVM) M(aGNAE) 

I(daeae) ad Aqvas Albvlas; Rostowtsew, 
Tesserae Plumbeae no. 904: Aq^ Alb. 
(on opposite sides of a tessera) ; Notiz. 
(1902) p. 113 = Rev. Arch. (1902) p. 145 
no. 185 = Annee Epigr. (1902) p. 51 
no. 185 (Aquae Albulae): albvla [lym- 
pha?]. — XIV 3908 (ibid.): [Aqvis 
A]lbvlis d(ono) d(edit) Celadvs Avg. l. ; 
XIV 3909 (ibid.) : Aqvis Albvlis sanctis- 

S0 



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ALBV 



simis (ilia) libens d(ono) d(edit); XIV 
3910 (ibid.): Aqvis Ai.bvlis sa[cr(vm)]. 
(Hie) pro sal(vte) s(va) v(otvm) l(ibens) 
s(olvit) m(erito). 

ALBVM. Subst. from albus q. v. [Form, 
masc. albvs, VIII 2403 (Thamugadi); 
abbrev. alb.. VIII 262(5 (Lambaesis, 3 d ) ; 
a.. VI 10068 (Rome)], (a) . Public re- 
cord », (originally on whitewashed sur- 
face, later of any Bort whatever). Esp. 
lists of names. I 198 (Lex Repetund., 
123-2 B. C) 1. 14: ea Nomina omnia in 

TABVLA, IN ALBO. ATRAMENTO SCRIPTOS (Stc) 

... habeto; I 205 = XI 1140 (Lex 
Rubria, 49-42 B. C.) I 1. 25: eam stipv- 

LATIONEM QJ/AM IS QVEI ROMAE INTER PE- 
REGREINOS IVS DEICET IN ALBO PROPOSITAM 

habet. and I 1. 35 sim ; I 206 (Lex Iulia 
Mimic., 45 B.C.) 1.15: intabvlam (sic) 
in albvm refervnda [cvrato], and 1. 18: 

INTABVLA INALBO (Sic) PROPOSITA ERVNT ; 

VIII 2626 (Lambaesis. 3 d ): alb(vm) ve- 
t(eranorvm); VIII 2403 (Tharaugadi) : 
albvs (sic) ordinis Col(oniae) Tham(v)- 
g(adensivm); VI 33885 (Rome, 2 nd , of 
a collegium) 1. 6: vti cvratores eivs 

[CAv]sa EX ALBO RADERENTVR AB ORDINE, 

and 1 20: item [cvratores qvaterni 

OMNIBVs] ANNIS FIERENT [ex AL]bO PER 

ordinem; XIV 2112 (Lanuvium. 2 nl , of 
a collegium) : qvisqvis magister svo anno 
erit ex ordine al[bi] ad cenam facien- 
dam, and MAGISTRI CENARVM ex ordine 
albi ; XIV 286 (Ostia) : albvm sacrato- 
[rvm], of a collegium; IV 1943 (Pom- 
peii, graffito) : non est ex albo ivdex 
patre Aegyptio; IV 1942c (ibid.): non 
est ex al[bo . . .]. — (b) k Stucco-work ■ . 
VI 9140 (Rome): C. Caelivs Satvrninvs, 
ab albo. [Cf. ALBARIVS]. — (c) Name 
of an eye-medicine. XIII 10021'- 6 (Bru- 
malh, oculist's stamp) : Catodi albvm le- 
nem (sic) ad impet(vs). — (d) « The 
white faction in the Circus », in idiomatic 
phrases. [Cf. ALBATVM]. VI 10049 
(Rome): M. Avr(elivs) Polynices . . . q_vi 

VICIT PA'LMAS ... IN ALBO N(VMERO) XVII, 

and M. Avr(elivs) Mollicivs Tatianvs 
. . . Qvi vic(it) palmas ... in albo n(v- 
mero) VII; VI 10063 (Rome): Mvscloso 
. . . Vicit pal(mas) . . . , a(lbo) III ; An- 
dollent, Defix. Tab. 286 = Rev. Arch. 
(1902) p. 346 no. 54 (Hadrumetum, de- 



votio): VT EQVOS PRASINI et albi crvcies, 
oc(c)idas; Audollent /. c. 289 (ibid., 
frgmt.): eqvos prasini et albi. 

ALBVNEA. The prophetic water and 
wood-nymph of Tibur. XIV 4262 (Tibur. 
frgmt.): Albvn[ea]. 

"aLBVRNVS MAIOR. A town of the 
Pirustae in Dacia, north of Ampelum, 
seat of important gold-mines; now Ve- 
respalak. Here were found many wax- 
tablets recording legal transfers of pro- 
perty. Ill p. 925 (Alburnus Maior, 167), 
p. 927 (ibid.): ex libello qvi PkorosiTvs 

ERAT ALB(VRNO) MaIORI AD STATIONE(m) 

Rescvli ; III p. 925 (ibid.): non plvs 
remasisse Albvr(ni), and non accessisse 
ad Albvrnvm, and propositvs Alb(vrno) 
Maiori v idvs Febr(varias), and act(vm) 
Alb. Maiori; III p. 929 (ibid., 159): 
actvm Albvrno Maiori xv [kal. . . .]; Ill 
p. 935 (ibid., 162): act. Alb. Maiori xiii 
k. Novembr. ; III p. 1945 (ibid., 159): 
domvs . . . o^v(a)e est Alb. Maiori, vico 
Pirvstar[vm], and act. Alb. Maiori prid. 
nonas Maias; III p. 947 (ibid.): domvs 
. . . q_v(a)e est Albvrno Maiori, vico 
Pirvstarvm, and act. Alb. Maiori prid. 
non(as) [M]aias; III p. 94S (ibid., 163): 
a[ct.? A]l[b.?] Ma[iori?]; Ill p. 949 
(ibid., 167): actvm Albvr[no] Maiori; 
III p. 951 (ibid., frgmt.): Albvrno; III 
p. 954 (ibid., frgmt.. 131): [Al]bvrno 
Maiori; III p. 957 (ibid., uncertain year): 
act. Albvrno Maiore. 

ALBVS. ■ White ». [Forms, alvvs, Ed. 
Diocl. § 9 1. 17; alba ace. fern., VI 68 
(Rome), XIV 2215 (Neraus Dianae). — 
Abbrev.. alb., VI 2064 (Rome, Arval, 86), 
10056 (Rome), 32329 (ibid., Lud. Saec, 
204)]. 

(a) Of animals. VI 2064 (Rome, Ar- 
val, 86) 1. 13: [bove mari] alb(o) av- 
rato, and 11. 16, 19: bove femina alba 
avrata ; VI 2075 (ibid., 105) col. 2, 1. 10 : 

[VAC]CAM HONORARIAM ALBAM \ VI 2078 = 

32374 (ibid., 118) 1. 62; VI 2080 (ibid.. 
120) 1. 37; VI 2085 = 32379 (ibid., 145) 
1. 32; VI 2095 (ibid., uncertain year) 1. 3: 

VACCAM HONORARIAM ALBAM ; VI 2099 

(ibid., 183) II 1. 23: baccham (sic) ho- 
norariam albam ; VI 32329 (Rome, Comm. 
Lud. Saec, 204): vaccam alb(am); VI 
68 (Rome): ivnicem alba(m); II 3820 



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235 



(Saguntum) : ovem albam ; VI 10056 
(Rome): [ille vicit (or agitavit)~] Nitido 
alb(o) (sc. equo). 

(b) Of olives. IV 2610 (Pompeii, a 
vase): oliva alba dvlce (sic); XIII 10004 3 , 
10004 6 ( Vechten): ol(iva?) a(lba?). 

(c) Of stone. X 6854 (near Fundi, 216): 

VIAM ANTE HAC LAPIDE ALBO INVTII ITER. 
STRATAM. 

(d) Of the river Nar. XI 4188 = IX 
4756 (Interamna) : Nar. hic clvit albvs. 

(e) albae (sc. cicatrices oculorum), 
an eye disease = ulcus et paunus cor- 
ncalis. VII 1310 = XIII 10021"° (Ve- 
rulamium, oculist's stamp.) : Fl(avi) Se- 

CVNDI AD ALBAS. 

(/') Of cloth, clothing, draperies, rugs, 
etc. XIV 2215 (Nemus Dianae): vestem 
. . . alba(m); XII 6038 (Narbo, 1 st ) 1. 6: 
[vxor fla^minis veste alba avt pvrpvrea 
vestita; VI 8546 (Home, 2 nd ): (ille) 

PRAEPOSITVS VESTIS ALBAE TRIVMPHALIS ; VI 

2067 (Rome, Arval, 219) 1. 7: depositis 

PRAETEXTIS CENATORIA ALBA ACC(EPERVNT) J 

VI 2104 (ibid., 218) 1. 11: [c]enatoria 
alba svm(p)ser(vnt); VI 2114 (ibid., 241) 
1. 15: mag(ister) lo[t]vs, cenatorio albo; 
VI 2076 (ibid., 1 17) 1. 14 : [discv>bentes 
toralibvs albis segm[entatis] ; VI 2078 
= 32374 (ibid., 118) 1. 50, and 2080 
(ibid., 120) 1. 31 : discvmbentes toralibvs 
albis segmentatis; Edict. Dioclet. § 7, 
1. 52 (= III p. 1935): [ce]ntvnclvm (sic) 

EQJ/ESTRAE (sic) QVOACTILE (Sic) ALBVM SIBE 

(sic) nigrvm ; ib. § 10, 1. 11 (= III p. 1938): 
zona alba; ib. § 9, 1. 19: socci albi = 
vnodrj^KXTcor Xevxa>v ; ib. § 9, 1. 17: [de 

SOL^EIS BaBVLONICIS (sic) ET PVRPVRE1S ET 
FOENICEIS (sic) ET ALVIS (sic). 

(g) Of the White Paction in the circus, 
which wore the pannus albus. [Of. AL- 
BATVS]. I p. 475 = P p. 73 = VI 10051 
(Rome) : Scirtvs agitator faction(is) 

ALBAE. 

(h) Of Christian baptismal rites, as 
baptized persons dressed in white at bapt- 
ism and during the following week. Rossi 
810 (Rome, 463): (Ille) qvi vixit anno- 

RVM VI, PERCEPIT XI KAL. M.AIAS, ET ALBAS 

svas octabas (sic) Pascae AD SEPVLCRVM 
deposvit d. 1 1 1 1 kal. Mai [as] ; XIII 2432 
(Lugudunum) : in albis recessit; XII 
2156 (Vienna): [in a]lbis recessit; XIII 



8483 (Col. Agripp.): in albis cvm pace 
recessit. 

ALCASTR.VS, as name of race-horse, 
in devotiones. Audollent, Defixionum Tab. 
272, 273, 274 (Hadrumetum). 

ALCESTiS. Iu Gk. mythology, daughter 
of Pelias, wife of Admetus. V 826,") (Aqui- 
leia) : Admetvs et Alc(estis). 

ALCIDES. Hercules, as ' descendent ' 
of Alceus, father of Amphitryon. VI 312 
(Rome): te precor, Alcide, sacris, in- 
victe, peractis; VI 316 (Rome): Alcide, 
sacri generis decvs, hoc tibi praetor et 
Iovis antistes dedico perpetvvs. — Of 
a strong man, « a Hercules ». VIII 1589 
(Mustis): C. Aemilivs Lamia p(ivs) v(ixit) 
ann(os) xxv, h(ic) s(itvs) e(st). Alchides 
(sic) 



NOVVS 



ALCINVS. ■ Of the elk t. XIII 5708 
(Audemautunnum, testamentum Galli cu- 
iusdam, 1 st ) II 1. 28: stellas (sic, p&v- 
hapsforse/ZflS?) omnes ex cornibvs alcinis. 

ALCMENA. Daughter of Electiyon, wife 
of Amphitryon of Thebes, mother of Her- 
cules by Juppiter. Carm. Lat. 870 [= VI 
*3623 but genuine]. (Rome) : Alcmenae 

lOVIS ET MAGNI FORTISSIME PROLES ; XIII 

3602 (ager Tungrorum) : Hercvli et Alc- 

MENAE C. MATERNIVS PrIMVS v(oTVm) p(o- 

svit) l(ibens) m(erito); XIV 4102 (Prae- 
neste, bronze mirror, B. C.) : Telis, Aiax, 
Alcviwena (sic); III 562 (Athenae, frgmt.): 
Atcmenae (sic) pve(r)i. 

ALCYON. * Kingfisher » , bird of mv- 
thology and poetry. I 2 p. 263 (Fasti Po- 
lemii Silvii) April 8 : avivm [alcyo]nvm 
dicitvr. 

ALCYONE. Daughter of Aeolus, wife 
of Ceyx; turned into a kingfisher. VI 
25063 (Rome): et Alcyon(e) flebit te 

VOCE SVPREMA. 

ALEA. See ALIA. 

ALEMANNVS. See ALAMANNVS. 

ALERIA. A town on the eastern coast 
of Corsica, at the mouth of the river Rho- 
tanus. I 32 = VI 1287 (Rome, Scipio 
epitaph, 3 d B. C): hec (sic) cepit Cor- 
sica(m) Aleria(m)qve vrbe(m). 

ALES. > Winged ». VI 10097 (Rome): 
Pegasvs ales; Rev. Arch. (1902) p. 356 
no. 91 = Annee Epigr. (1902) p. 25 (Tha- 
mugadi, 4 th ): ales homo. — In Rome, 
the Vicus Lamm Mi turn in the 13 tb regio, 



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exact position not known. VI 975 (Rome, 
186) col. 8, 1. 11: Vico Larvm Alitvm. 

ALES1A. Sec ALISIA. 

ALES1ENSIS. See ALISIENSIS. 

ALETANVS pagus^ a village or district 
in the western part of the territory of the 
Vocontii in Gallia Narbonensis. XII 1711 
(ager Vocontiorum): L. Votvrio Maximo 

AEDILI PaGI ALETANI. 

ALETRINAS. Adj. and subst. ■ Of Ale- 
trium », q. v. X 5805 (Aletrium, 257- 
260): s(enatvs) p(opvlvs)q_(ve) A(letri- 
nas); X 5808 (ibid.): ex decreto decv- 
r(ionvm) mvnicipii Aletrinat(ivm) ; X 
5809 (ibid.): hic seviris Avgvstal(ibvs) 
Aletrin[at](ivm) legavit hs. {tot)\ X 
4860 (Venafrum, 2 nd ) : rervm pvbl(icarvm) 

. . . [ALETJrINATIVM etc. 

ALETRIVM. An ancient town of the 
Hernici, between Anagnia and Sora; now 
Alairi. X 5832 (Ferentinum) : [Hit) prae- 
tori, aed(ii.i), iiii viro i(vre) d(icvndo) 
mvnicipio aletri. 

ALEVM. See ALIVM. 

ALEXANDER, (a) The legendary hero 
of the Trojan cycle, otherwise Paris, son 
of Priam. On early incised mirrors and 
a cista. I 59 = XIV 4099 (Praeneste, 
speculum): Mirqvrios, Alixentrom [sic); 
XIV 4103 (ibid.): Victoria, Alixentros 
[sic); I 1501 = XIV 4107 (ibid., cista): 
Alixentr(os) (sic). 

(b) Alexander of Abonutichiis, in Paph- 
lagonia, a charlatan of the 2 nd century, 
worshipped as a divinity. Ill 8238 (Moesia 
Sup.) : Iovi et Ivnoni [e]t Dracconi (sic) 
et Draccena[e] (sic) et Alexandro. 

ALEXANDREA. See ALEXANDRIA. 

ALEXANDREVS = 'Alt'Savdoevg « Ale- 
xandrian ». IX 6101 (Brundisium): Hera- 
clas Heraclidv, Alexandrevs. 

ALEXANDREVS = Ahsdidgeioc. ■ Of 
(Severus) Alexander ». Ill 8153 (Singi- 
dimiim): s[acravi]t in vsvm emeritis 
q_vondam Alexand[r3e[o] nomine dignae 
(sic = digne). 

ALEXANDRIA. (In earlier inscrr. Ale- 
xandrea) = AXt't-dvdosta. 

[Forms: Alexandrea, III 14147' (Phi- 
lae. 29 B. C.) ; I p. 471 = I 2 p. 66 = IX 
422 (Fasti Venusini, B. C. 28 - A. D. 4) 
a. v. c. 724; III 7241 (Delos, B. C): VI 
1564 (Rome); X 1685 (Puteoli, 1 st ); III 



12119 (Pylae, Cilicia); VIII 8925, 8934 
(Saldae). — Alecxandria, VII I 3101 (Lain - 
baesis). — Abbrev. : Alexandri., Ill 6747 
(Trapezus). — alexandr., VI 32520 ( Rome, 
2 nd ) ; XIV 2932 (Praeneste) ; X 1797 (Pu- 
teoli, 1 st ), 3847 (Capua), 7535 (Sardinia): 
III 399 (Pergamus), 431 (Ephesus, 2 nd ),, 
6580 (Alexandria, 2 nd ); VIII 21115 (Cae- 
sarea). — Alexand., I p. 304 = I 2 p. 223 
= VI 2297 (Fasti Maffciani); P p. 212 = 
XI 3592 (Fasti Caeretani); IV 2379 
(Rome, 143-4); III 6627 (Coptos). — 
Alexan., I p. 328 = P p. 248 *= X 6638 
(Fasti Aatiates); III 6627 (Coptos). — 
Alex.. VI 1624 (Rome, 247-8); III 6580 
(Alexandria, 2 nd ), 6627 (Coptos). — Ale., 
Ill 6580 (Alexandria, 2 nd )]. 

(a) The chief city of Roman Egypt, 
founded by Alexander the Great in 332-1 

B. C, on the Mediterranian coast between 
Canopus and Lake Mareotis; now Iskan- 
deriyeh. It was assigned to the Pollia 
Tribus. I p. 471 = I 8 p. 66 = IX 422 
(Fasti Venusini) 724,30: bellvm Alexan- 
dreae; P p. 212 = XI 3592 (Fasti Cae- 
retani) Mar. 27: fer(iae), q_vod eo die 

C. Caes(ar) vicit Alexand(reae) ; I p. 304 
= P p. 223 = VI 2297 (Fasti Maffeiani) 
Mar. 27: hoc die Alexand(ream) recepit; 
I p. 328 = P p. 248 = X 6638 (Fasti 
Antiates) Aug. 1 : Alexan(dream) recepit. 
— X 1797 (Puteoli. 1 st ): mercatores o_yi 
Alexandr(eai), Asiai, Syriai (sic) nego- 
tiantv[r]. — Officials, subordinate func- 
tionaries, officers of the armv and naw. 
etc. Ill 14147 5 (Philae, 29 B. C): prae- 
fect[vs Alex]andreae et Aegvpti primvs; 
VI 1564 (Rome): (illi) ivridico Alexan- 
dreae; VIII 8925 (Saldae): (Me) ivridicvs 
Alexandreae; VIII 8934 (ibid.): (illi) 
ivridico Alexandreae; II 4136 (Tarraco, 
1 st ): proc(vrator) Divi Titi Alexandriae; 
III 431 (Ephesus. 2 nd ): proc(vrator) 
[Imp. 2 Caesaris Trani (sic) Hadriani 
[Av^]g. addioecesin (sic) Alex(andriae) ; 
XIV 2932 (Praeneste): Paean Avg(vsti) 
Lib(ertvs) ... proc(vrator) Alexandr(iae); 
VI 1624 = XIV 170 (bet. Rome and 
Ostia, 247-8): proc(vrator) Alex(an- 
driae), Pelvsi. P(hari?) ad ss. c (= se- 
stertiwm centum milia); VI 8582 (Rome, 
2 nd ): proc(vrator) fari (sic) Alexandriae 
ad Hegyptvm (sic); XIII 1808 (Lugu- 



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dunum) : procurator) Neaspoleos et 
Mavsolei Alexandriae; X 3847 (Capua): 
proc(vrator) A[vg]vstor(vm) ad Me[rc]v- 
rivm Alexandr(iae) ; III 6055 = 6757 
(Ancyra): proc(vrator) cc. (= ducente- 
simae) Alexandria[e]; XIV 2504 (ager 
Tusculanus, 2 nd ): P.Aelivs Hilarvs Avgg. 

LIB., QVI PROC(VRAVIT) ALEXANDRIAE AD 

rat(iones) patrimonii; X 1685 (Puteoli, 
1 st ): procvr(ator) lvdi famil(iae) gla- 
d(iatoriae) Caesaris Alexandreae ad Ae- 
gyptvm; III 7241 (Delos, B. C.) : [lega]- 
tvm Alexandreae; VI 32775, 33131 
(Rome, 1 st ): svb praef(ectvs) classis Ale- 
xandriae; III 339 (Pergainus) : tr(ibvnvs) 
mil(itvm) Alexandr(iae) ad Aegypt(vjw) 
leg(ionis) xxii ; Rev. Arch. (1906) p. 207 
(Africa): (Mi) praefecto co[hort]is 

SCVTATAE CIVIVM ROIWANORVM ALEXANDRIAE; 

XI 5693 (Tuficum, 2 nd ) : hvic primo 

OMNIVM EX CORNICVLARIO PRAEf(eCTi) [v]l- 

gil(vm) Imp. Caesar Antoninvs Avg. 
Pivs P.P. ordinem Alexandriae dedit; 
XI 5694 (Tuficum, 141): optimvs imp(e- 

RATOR) N(OSTER) EX CORNICVLARIO PRAE- 
f(eCT|) VIGVLVM (SIC) PRIMO EI OMNIVM OR- 
DINEM Alexandriae dedit. — Natives of 
Alexandria. [Cf. s. v. Alexandrinvs]. VIII 
2782 (Lambaesis); Mellis Diogenis fi- 
(livs), domi (sic) Alexandria; III 6747 
(Trapezus, frgmt.) : (Me) dom(o) Ale- 
xandria) ; VI 32670 (Rome): M. Av- 
r(elio) Gaio ... d[omo A]lexan[dria]; 
III 6580 (Alexandria, 2 nd ): Ammonivs, 
Alex., and M. Avrelivs Pol(lia) Isidorvs, 
Alexandr., and P. Avrelivs Pol(lia) Pro- 
clion, Alexandr., and M. Avrelivs Pol- 
(lia) Focion (sic), Ale. ; III 6627 (Coptos): 
C. Marcivs C. f. Pol., Alexand., and 
C. Longinvs C. f. Pol., Alex., and M. 
Petronivs M. f. Pol., Alex., and M. Ivlivs 
M. f. Pol , Alex., and C. Ivlivs C. f. 
Pol. Alexan., and C. Antonivs C. f. 
Pol., Alex.; VIII 3101 (Lambaesis): D. 
Domitio Sardonico Polia (sic), Alecxan- 
dria; VIII 21115 (Caesarea): C. Mimmivs 
(sic) Capito, Alexandr.; X 7535 (Sar- 
dinia): C. Ivlio Aponiano, Alexandr.; 
VI 2379 = 32520 (Rome, later cuius prae- 
torianorum, 143-4) I 1. 48: [. . .]mvs, 
Alexandr. — Cf. Ill 8002 (Tibiscum) : 
[Alexandria conivge ivnxit (ilium), i. e. 
b Alexandria gave him his wife «. 



(B) Alexandrea (sc. Troas) = 'A\e- 
^avdqeia (fj Tqcoag), a town of the Troas, 
with harbor almost opposite the island of 
Tenedos; now Eskistambul. Ill 12119 
(Pylae, Cilicia): a Pylis vsq_[ve ad] 
Alexa[n] dream ; Annee Epigr. (1900) 
p. 23 (ibid.): [a] Pais (sic) vs<q_)[ve 
A]lexan[dria]m. 

ALEXANDRIANVS. Adj. derived from 
the name of Severus Alexander (A. I). 
222-235). [Abbrev., Alexandrian., X 1 1 1 7 
(Abellinum, 240); XIII 1883 (Lngudu- 
num), 6716 (Mogontiacum). — Alexandri., 
XIII 8616 (Vetera, 230) ; VI 3008 (Rome). 

— Alex., Ill 8244 (Naissus) ; VIII 865 
(Mun. Ginfit.), 1487 (Thugga, 261). — 
A., Ill 5938 (Castra Regina), 8173 (Moe- 
sia Sup., 226); VII 732 (Aesica, 225); 
XIII 1839, 1890 (Lugudunum); XIII 
8619 (Col. Traiana)]. 

(A) In names of military bodies. (1) 
Legio III Augusta Severiana Alexan- 
driana. VIII 2742 (Lambaesis): (Me 
centurio) leg(ionis) hi Avg. Alexandria- 
nae; VIII 7049 (Cirta): (Mi) legato 
leg. in Avg. Severianae Alexandrianae. 
- (2) Legio I III Flavia Severiana Ale- 
xandriana. Ill 8173 (Ulpiana, 226): 
specvl(ator) leg. mi [f]l. s. a. — (3) 
Legio VII Gemitia Augusta Severiana 
Alexandriana Pia Fidelis. II 264 (Astu- 
rica) : (Me) vet. leg. vii G. Alexandria- 
nae p. f. ; II 4111 (Tarraco): (Me cen- 
turio) leg. vii Gem. p. f. Severianae 
Alexandrianae; XIII 7564 (Aquae Mat- 
tiacornm) : (Me centurio) leg. vii Gem. 
Alexand[r]ianae. — (4) Legio VII Clau- 
dia Severiana Alexandriana. Ill 8244 
(Naissus): s(ingvlaris) c(onsvlaris) l. 
vii C. S. Alex.; Kev. Arch. (1902) p. 145 
(ibid.): l. vii C. S. Alexandriana. — 
(5) Legio VIII Augusta Severiana Ale- 
xandriana. XIII 2596 (Matisco): miles 
leg. viii Avg. Alexandrianae; XIII 6738 
(Mogontiacum, 223): mil. leg. viii Avg. 
Severianae Alexandrianae. — (6) Legio 
XIIII Gemina Severiana Alexandriana. 
Ill 14357 (Carnuntum) : (Me centurio) 
[l.] xiiii G. Seve[r. Alexa]n[drianae]. 

— (7) Legio XXII Praetoria Pia Fidelis 
Alexandriana. XIII 6716 (Mogontiacum, 
227): leg(atvs) leg. xxii [. . .] Alexan- 
drian.]; XIII 6769 (ibid.): vet. ex si- 



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C.(NirERO) LEG. XXII PR. P. F. AlEXANDRI ANAE. 

— (8) Leg/'o V X X Uipia victrix Seve- 
riaiui Alexandriana pia/ideli». XIII 1839 
(LMudunum) : sig(nifer) leg. xxx v. v. s. 
A.; XIII 1888 (ibid.): vet. ex leg. xxx V. v. 
Alexandrian.; XIII 1890 (ibid.): (cen- 
lurio) leg. xxx V. v. S. A. ; XIII 8616 
(Vetera, 230): sig(nifer) leg. xxx v. v. 
Severianae Alexandri. p. f. ; XIII 8619 
(Col. Traiana) : mil. leg. xxx V. v. S. A. 

— (9) Coho/'s II Flavia Brittonum Ale- 
xandriana. Ill 7473 (Sexanta Prisca, 
230): [b]alnea coh. ii Fl. Britt. [Ale- 
xa]n[d]rianae. — (10) Conoids II Astu- 
rum Sever iana Alexandriana. VII 732 
(Aesica, 225): coh. ii Astvrvm S. A. — 
(11) Cohors VII vigilum Mamiana (sic) 
Severiana Alexandriana. V 1 3008 (Rome): 
UvotXiog IlXovi aoxog xevrvqia \^Eq~\xXccyi 
Xco(Q^T> t cs'(rT)Tij.ia ^i[y~\Xwv (sic) Ma- 
m(('(va) 2f/?j^t(ftm) 'AXe'gadQifova) (sic). 

— (12) Ala Fronfoniana Alexandriana. 
Ill 797 (Dacia); Ala Frontoniana [Ale- 
xandriana; III 798 (ibid.): ala Fron- 
toniana Alexandriana. — (13) XIII 6592 
(Waldiirn, 232): officiales Bri(ttonvm) 
et deditic(iorvm) Alexandrianorvm, — 
(14) XIII 7495 (Germania Sup.): ex- 
pl(oratio) Halic(anensis) Alexandriana. 

(B) In names of towns, public buildings 
etc. (1) Abellinum, q. v. X 1117 (Abel- 
linum, 240): Col(onia) Ven(eria) Livia 
Avg(vsta) Alexandrian(a) Abellinativm. 

— (2) Municipium Giu/itanum, q. v. 
VIII 865 (Mini. Giurit.): (illi) cvr(a- 

TORl) REIP(VBLICAE) [. . .] MVNICIPI ALE- 

x(andriani) G(ivfitani); VIII 866 (ibid.), 
Dessau, 6794: mvnicipes mvnicipii Avreli 
Alexandriani Avgvsti Magni Givfitani. 

— (3) T/iugga, q. v. VIII 1487 (Thugga, 
261): resp(vblica) col(oniae) Liciniae 
Sept(imiae) Avrel(iae) Alex(andrianae) 
Thvgg(ae). — (4) Uci Mains, q. v. VIII 
15447 (Uci Mains, 230): colonia Ale- 
xa[nd]riana Avgvsta Vchi (sic) Maivs; 
VIII 15450 (ibid., 270-5): res pviimca 
col(oniae) Marianae Avg(vstae) Alexan- 
dri[a]nae Vchit(anorvm) (sic) Maiorvm; 
VIII 15454. 15455 (Uci Maius): res pv- 
blica coloniae Marianae Avgvstae Ale- 
xandrianae Vchitanorvm (sic) Maiorvm. 

— (5) Numerus Severianus Alexandria- 
nus Syrorum. a military encampment 



(statio) and town in Mauretania Caesa- 
riensis. VIII 10469 (Maur. Caes., 3 d , a 

milestone): a N(vmervm) Severianvm Ale- 
[xandri]an[vm] (sic) Syr(orvm) m. p. (tol). 
[Cf. VIII 10468 (ibid.)]. — | See also 
s. y. Thignica]. — ((')) The Basilica 
Alexandriana, at Puteoli. X 1693 (Pu- 
teoli, 398) : [Basilicam Ale]xandrianam 

b[arbarorvm incvrsione f]oedatam. 

(7) Aqua Alexandriana, at Lambaesis. 
VIII 2659 (Lambaesis, 3 d ): M. Avrellivs 
(sic) Severvs Alexander pivs (aquas) Ale- 
xandrianas Lambaesita(nis dedit) ; VIII 
2662 (ibid.): nvmini Aq_vae Alexan- 

DRIANAE. 

(C) « Former slave of Alexander ». XI 
1470 (Pisae): Felici Caes. n. ser. Ale- 
xandriano ; III 12289 (Eretria) : Thamyro 
Avg. disp. Alexan[d]riano. 

ALEXANDRINVS. - Of Alexandria » 
(in Egypt), » Alexandrian ». [Forms: 
Alexsandrinvs. IV 2 p. 370 c (Pompeii, wax- 
tablet, 1 st ); XII 3329 (Nemausus) ; XIII 
8322 (Col. Agripp.). — Alexandinvs (sic. 
by mistake), V 6294 (Mediolanium, f). — 
Abbrev. : Alexandria, VI 10197 (Rome); 

X 3500 (Misenum); V 3465 (Verona); 
VIII 21119 (Caesarea); II 1970 (Ma- 
laca). — Alexandr., X 3617 (Misenum); 
III 6809 (Antiochia Pisidiae, 1 st ). — 
Alexand., XI 1840 (Arretium). — Alex., 
VI 8093. 3112, 5744 (Rome); XIV 479 
(Ostia); X 3504, 3564. 3615 (Misenum); 

XI 3737 (Lorinm); III 43 (Thebae Ae- 
gypti. 134). — Al., X 3452 (Misenum)]. 

(A) Urbs, civitas, regio. Ill 19 = 
6587 (Alexandria, 384-9): ad petitvm pri- 
morvm nobilissim(a)[e] Alexandrinae vr- 
bis; and per clarissimos Alexandrinae 
civitatis; III 6809 (Antiochia Pisidiae, 
1 st ): civitas Alexandr(ina) q_vae est in 
Aegypto; VI 3028 (Rome, 245): in le- 
g(ione) [ii Tra]iana, reg(ione) Alex[an- 
drina]. 

(B) Classis Alexandrina. II 1970 (Ma- 
laca): praef(ectvs) classis Alexandrin(ae) 
et potamophylaciae ; VIII 21025 (Cae- 
sarea, 1 st ) : (illi) trierarcho Libvrnae 

« NlLI I» EXACTO CLASSIS Avg(vSTAe) ALE- 
XANDRINAE ; III 43 (Thebae Aegypti, 134): 
praef(ectvs) classis Avg. Alex(andrinae); 
XIII 8322 (Col. Agrippinensis): proreta 
A(l)exsandrinvs (sic) ex classe. 



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(C) Fiscus Alexandrinus. VI 8573 
(Rome): (Me) tabvlari[vs] fisci Alexan- 
drini; VI 5744 (Rome): adivt(or) ta- 
b(vlari) f(isci) Alex(andrini) ; Notiz. 
(1901) p. 20 = Rev. Arch. XXXIX (1901) 
p. 466 = Annee Epigr. (1901) p. 48 (Pu- 
teoli, 1 st ): (illius) tabvlari fisci Alexan- 

DRINI DOMITIANl CaESARIS. 

(D) Natives of Alexandria. VI 3093, 
3096, 3112, 10194, 10197 (Rome); XIV 
478, 479 (Ostia); IV 2 p. 370 c (Pompeii, 
wax-tablet, 1 st ); X 3452, 3500, 3504, 
3512, 3535,3564, 3608,3615, 3617, 8208 
(Misenum), 7330 (Panhormus, 602); XI 
37 (Ravenna), 1840 (Arretium), 3524 
(Centum Cellae), 3737 (Lorinm); V 3465 
(Verona), 6294 (Mediolanium, f); III 3 
(Creta, 104-114); VIII 21119 (Caesarea); 
XII 3329 (Nemausus); XIII 8343 (Coll. 
Agripp.). 

ALFIA fundus. An estate near Veleia. 
XI 1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ) IV 1. 41: fvndvm 
Alfiam Mvnatianvm Ancharianvm ... in 

PLACENTINO, PAG(o) VeRGELLENSE, ET VeL- 
LEIATE (SIC), PAG(o) AMBITREBIO. 

ALGASSIS. A local Celtic divinity of 
the Convenae north of the Pyrenees. XIII 
72 (Convenae): Algassi Geminvs Q. Ivl(i) 
Balbi ser(vos) v. s. l. m. 

ALGEO, -ERE. ■ To suffer from the 
cold». Le Blant 165 (Civ. Turonum = 
Fortunat. Miscell. I cap. V) : dvm tegit 
algentem, plvs calet ipse fide. 

ALGOR. «Bodily cold", «chill". V 
6723 (Vercellae, +): algorem vili solitvm 

DEPELLERE VESTE. 

ALHIAHENAE Matronae. Matron-dei- 
ties of the Germans. XIII 6387 (Vicus Ne- 
diensis) : Matronis Alhiahenabvs (sic) 
(Me dedicavil). 

ALIA. (Sic, for alea). «Dice», «gam- 
bling». IV 2119 (Pompeii, graffito): via 
Nvceriae inalia (sic) X dccclvs fide bona. 

ALIANVS CASTELLVS (sic). A strong- 
hold in the territory of the Langenses, 
near Genua. I 199 = V 7749 (Sententia 
Minuciorum, 111 B. C.) 1. 17: inde svr- 

SVM IVGO RECTO INCASTELVM (sic) QVEI 

vocitatvst Alianvs (sic). 

ALIARIVM Compitum,& place in Rome; 
exact site unknown. VI 4476 (Rome, 1 st ): 
L. Naevivs Ajwphio, vestiar(ivs) a Com- 
pito Aliario ; VI 9971 (Rome) : L. Helvio 



L. l. Grato, vestiario a Compito Aliario; 
VI 33157 (Rome): M. Geminivs M. l. 
Felix, medicvs ocvlariv[s] a Compitv (sic) 
Aliario. 

ALIAS. Adv. (A) In local sense : « Else- 
where». VI 1527 (Rome, laudatio Tu- 
riae, B. C.)d, 1. 28: procedens alias. — 
(B) Of manner: «in any other way». 
XIV 1417 (Ostia): [qvod]si alias factvm. 
fverit . . . ; III 6082 (Ephesus): [h]anc 

ARAN (Sic) SI QVIS (t)eMPTAV(e)rIt(t)rANS- 

(f)erri avt (l)i(tt)era/w i[n]cid(e)re avt 
alias a[li]qva(m) figvra(m) fecerit . . . 

ALIATOR. [Sic for Aleator]. Name of 
race-horse. Audollent, Defixionum Tab. 
284 (Hadrumetum, devolio) 1. 16: Alia- 
tore(m) (sic) cadat ! 

ALIBI. « Elsewhere » . XII 916 (Arelate, 
frgmt.) : in hoc sepvlchro (sic) svnt 

OSSA . . . ALIBI SVNT CINERES. 

ALICENSIS,as native of uncertain town. 
Rossi 916 (Rome, f, 496): Iohannis (sic) 
Alicensis. [Rossi /. c. assigns it to Haly- 
ciae in Sicily]. 

ALID. See ALIVS. . 

ALIENIGENA. Subst. m.f. «Stranger», 
« outsider». V 8769 (Concordia): si qvis 

ALICNISCNA (sic) IN EA SE VOLVER1T PON(l). 

ALIENIGENVS. Adj. « Not belonging 
to the family ». [Cf. ALIENVS]. VI 
33900« (Rome) : [qvi hoc] cepotaphivm 

VENDERE AVT DONARE (sC V0lue>'it), VEL 

[corpvs alien]igenviw VEL OSSA intvlerit; 
VI 22915 (Rome): alienigenvm corp(vs) 

AVT OSSA AVT CINERES. 

ALIENIGER. Adj. = alienigenus q. v. 
VI 19844 (Rome): ne qvis alienigervm 

CORPVS INFERRE VELIT. 

ALIENIGERO, -ARE. « To let pass 
from the family ». [Cf. ALIENO, ABA- 
LIENO]. VI 18385 (Rome, 2 nd ): [siqv.s 

HOjC MONVMENTViW VENDERE AVT ALIENI- 
GERARE VOLVER1T. 

ALIENO, -ARE. « To alienate » , «trans- 
fer » (out of one's family-possession). Of 
tombs etc. [Cf. ABALIENO]. Form alie- 
nasse, VI 20061 (Rome). 

VI 3554 (Rome): ne qvis extranevjw 

VELLIT (sic) p[o]nERE VEL VENVM DARE VEL 
FId[v]C!ARE VEL DONVM DARE VEL VLLO 

[m]odo alienare; VI 8456 (Rome, 2 nd ): 

NE FIDVCIENT, NE VENDANT, NEVE ALIO QVO 
GENERE ID SEPVLCHRVM (Sic), SIVE MONV- 



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MtNTVM EST, ALIENARE VLL1 POTESTAS SIT J 

VI 9485 (Rome): siqvi vltimvs ex no- 
mine NOSTRORVM POSTERORVMQVE EORVM 

ai.ienare bolverit (sic)', VI 10219 (Ronie): 

E1VS MONIMENTI (SIC) PARTEM ALIENARE J 

VI 10284 (Borne): ne qvis a nomine no- 
stro ai.ienare avdeat ; VI 12118 (Rome): 

HOC SEPVLCHRVM (sic) . . . [PRO PRETIO 

a]lienare; VI 13040 (Rome, 2 nd ): hoc 

MVNIMENTVM (sic) SIVE CEPOTAFIVM (sic) 
DE NOMINE MEO ALIENARI VETO; VI 13203 

(Rome): hoc avtem monvmentvm ... 

NEQVE VENIET NEQVE DONABITVR NEQVE 
PIGNORI OBLIGABITVR, SED NEC VLLO MODO 
ALIENABITVR NE DE NOMINE EXEAT FAMILIAE 

svae; VI 20061 (Rome): ne qvis . . . de 
nomine alienasse velit; VI 2(3943 (Rome): 

NE A QVOQVAM EORVM HORTVLVS ALIENETVR 

vel veneat; XIV 2934 (Praeneste, 385): 
si qva(n)do alienari (sic for alienare) 
bolverint (sic); X 8343 (Salernum): nec 

VLLO MODO ALIENABITVR NE DE NOMINE 

exeat familiae svae ; V 4057 (Mantua) : 

NE QVANDO DE FAMILIA ALIENETVR ; III 

14493 (Dacia): [si qvis volverit ven- 
dere ea] avt alienare; III 13569 (Lyt- 
tus, 4 th ) : posessiones (sic) v[eteres ? . . /J 
alie[n]ata(s?) esse const[a]bit; Annee 
Epigr. (1900) p. 35 = Notiz. (1889) p. 24 
(Rome, 434) frgmt. : alienata . . . 

ALIENVS. Adj. (and subst). ■ Of ano- 
ther », « someone's else », « alien », 
« foreign ». [Forms: alenvs (sic), VI 
10464 (Rome). — Gen. plur. alienvm?, 
VI 12853 = 34060 (Rome). — Dat. alie- 
nabvs, III 2719 (Delminium). — Abbrev.: 
alienab., Ill 2719 (Delminium). — alien., 
ii 1957 (Cartima)]. 

(I) Adj. (a) Of property, aes, terra, 
servus, locus in theatro. For aes alienvm 
= « debts » , see s. v. aes, p. 170 col. 1. — 
XII 5276 (Narbo) : ne terra aliena ignoti 

CVM NOMINE OBISSENT, HIC TITVLVS PARVO 

proloqvitvr lapide ; XV 7171 (Rome?, 

4 th ) .* IVSSIONE DDD. NNN. NE QVIS SERVVM 

alienvm svscipiat; II 5439 (Lex Urso- 
nensis, 44 B. C.) IV 1, 1. 43: neve facito 

QVO QVIS ALIENO LOCO SEDEAT. (b) Of 

things other than property. I 198 (Lex 
Repetund., 123-2 B. C.) V: [ali]eno no- 
mine; VI 13387 (Rome): in alieno nomi- 
ne; VI 24770 (Rome): [. . .] qvis alieno 
nomine titvlv[ . . .] ; V 1623 (Aqui- 



leia, f, 423): (ille) dignvs qvem cvperet 
ple(b)s aliena svvm ; VI 10048 (Rome, 

2 nd ): [DlO^CLES, OMNIVM AGITATORVM EMI- 
NENTISSIMVS, QVO ANNO, ALIENO I'RINCIPIO 
VICTOR CXXXIIlF SINGVLARVM VICIT CXVIII, 

and vno anno, alieno principio, . . . vicit 
lxxxxiiu ; VIII 17639 (Vazaivi): fortvnis 
alienis; VI 12652 (Rome, 1 st ) :si pensare 

ANIMAS SINERENT CRVDELIA FATA, ET POSSET 
REDIMI MORTE ALIENA SALVS. (c) Esp. 

freq. of the dead: corpus, ossa, membra. 
VI 13152 (Rome): si qvis ... corpvs 

ALIENVM INVEHERE VELLIT (sic); VI 17301 

(Rome): nec alienvm corpvs inferat(vr); 
VI 22276 (Rome): [si qvis] . . . alienvn 
corpvs [. . . inferre] volverit ; VI 27627 
(Rome): siqvis alienvm corpvs hic intv- 
lerit ; XI 1411 (Luna, f): si qvis vo- 
lverit CORPVS ALIENVM PVNIRE (sic = p0- 

nere); V 8305 (Aquileia): [hvic monv- 

MENTO COR^PVS OSSAVE ALIENA INFERRE 

nvlli liceto ; VI 10173 (Rome): ne qvis 

VELIT POS(t) MORTEM MEAM OSSVA (sic) 

aliena [i]nferre ; VI 19882 (Rome): os- 
sva (sic) aliena inf(erre) ; V 1496 (Aqui- 
leia) : neqve ossva (sic) aliena ei (sc. 
monumento) inferre; V 1497 (ibid.): 

NEQVE OSSA ALIENA INFERRE LICEAT ; VI 

29947 (Rome): tv ne vellis (sic) aliena 

MEMBRA INQVi(e)taRE IACENTIS. VI 

10098 (Rome): flete meos cineres! non 

EST ALIENVS IN ILLIS HECTOR, ET HOC TV- 

mvlo Mygdonis vmbra tegor; III 2719 
(Delminium, frgmt.): [. . ,~] alienab(vs) 
(sic) militibvs posvit. 

(II) Subst. « Stranger », «alien". VI 
12853 = 34060 (Rome): (ilia) dedita co- 

IVGI SOLI SVO, IGNARA ALIENVM ; XIII 1668 

(Ara Rom. et Aug., speech of Claudius) 

I 1. 9 : SVPERVENERE ALIENI ET QVIDEM EX- 

terni; VI 30463 (Rome, f): filia mea 

INTER FEDELES (sic) FIDELIS FVIT, INTER 

al[ie]nos (ij e. pagaaos) pagana fvit. 

ALIFAE. See ALLIFAE. 

ALIGANTIENSIS. Of *Aligantia, or si- 
milar name of a Spanish town, site un- 
known. Ill 4227 (Savaria): Peniivs (sic) 
Dovideri f(ilivs) Aligantiesis (sic). 

ALIGER. i Winged ». In Chr. inscrr., 
of the angels. As adj., XI 275 (Ravenna, f ): 

ALIGERI TESTES QVOS TVA DEXt[rJa REGIT. 

As subst., XI 262 (ibid.): aligervm cin- 

GENS HAEC LOCA SANCTA MANVS. 



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ALIM 



241 



ALIMBEV. (Voc). Name of demon in- 
voked in a devotio. Audollent, Defixio- 
mim Tab. 265 (Hadrumetum): Alimbev, 
Colimbev, Petalimbev, faciatis (Mam) 

. . . AMANTe(m) FVRENTE(m) PRAE AiWORE 
MEO. 

ALIMENTA. (Only plur. in inscrr., ex- 
cept Rossi II p. 294, 2 1. 7, see below 
A.) " Alimentation », « food-supplies », 
« nourishment » , «support», «mainte- 
nance ». 

[Abbrev., alimentor., VI 1532 (Rome) ; 
XIV 3599, 3609 (Tibur); X 1138 (Abel- 
linum), 4582 (Caiatia); IX 3438 (Pel- 
tuinum); XI 5395 (Asisium), 6369 (Pi- 
saurum); III 6753 (Ancyra); VIII 822 
(Turca); II 1085 (Ilipa). — aliment., 
XIV 3601, 4244 (Tibur); X 1208, 1216 
(Abella), 5398 (Aquinum); IX 5849 (Au- 
ximum); XI 2650, Annee Epigr. (1900) 
p. 33 = Notiz. (1899) p. 485 (Saturnia), 
XI 416 (Ariminum), 5395 (Asisium), 
6338 (Pisaurum); V 5262 (Comum), 8808 
(Acelum?); VIII 980 (Curubis); VII 
1054 (Bremenium). — alimen., XI 5614 
(Arna). — alim., VI 1529 (Rome); XIV 
298 (Ostia); X 330 (Atina), 3764 (Sues- 
sula), 3805, 3865, 3910 (Capua), 5920, 
5928 (Anagnia), 6243 (Fundi); XI 417 
(Ariminum), 3123 (Falerii), 6073 (Ur- 
vinum Mataurense); IX 3437 (Peltui- 
num), 3667 (Marsi Marruvium) ; V 4384 
(Brixia). 7468 (Industria) ; III 1456 (Sar- 
mizegetusa); II 4510 (Barcino). — all, 
IX 5859 (Auximum). — al., IX 3434 
(Peltuinum). — a., X 7954 (Turris Li- 
sibonis)]. 

(A) In general. VI 10229 (Rome, te- 
stam. Dasumii, 1 st ): alimenta omnia com- 
pvtari; Mitth. XVI (1901) p. 351 (Pom- 
peii, fresco) : qvae parvis mater natis 
alimenta parabat ; Ihm, Damasi Epigr. 
26 (Rome, f, 4 th ): bis seni transiere 
dies, alimenta negantvr; VIII 839 (Tur- 
ca, f): h(a)ec porta domvs est ecresie 
(sic = ecclesiae) patens peregrinis et 

p[aVPERIBVS?]] ALIMENTISQVE PARVIS NIMIS 

ang[vsto aditv?]; Rossi II p. 294, 2 
(Tarraconensis, f , 6 th ) 1. 7 : esvriens rep- 

PER1T ALIMENTVM. 

(B) Esp. of « foundations » , by the Em- 
peror or by private philanthropy, for the 
maintenance and care of orphans and poor 

Thes. linguae lat. epigr. 



children. [Cf. alimentarivs]. XI 1147 
(Veleia, 2 nd ): pveri pvellaeqve alimenta 
accipiant; IX 1455 (Ligures Baebiani, 
101): pveri pvellaeq_(ve) a[limenta a]c- 
cipiant; X 6328 (Tarracina) : vt ex re- 

DITV EIVS PECVNIAE DARENTVR CENTVM 
PVERIS, <CENTVM PVELLIS) ALIMENTOr[v]m 

nomine . . . ; V 5262 (Comum, 2 nd , bene- 
faction of Pliny the Younger): dedit in 
aliment(a) pveror(vm) et pvellar(vm) 
pleb(is) vrban(ae) hs. (tot); XI 5395 
(Asisium): pveri et pvellae qvi ex li- 

BERALITATE SACRATISSIMI PRINCIPIS ALIMEN- 

t(a) accipivnt; XI 5956 (Pitinum Mer- 
gens, 139): pveri et pvellae qvi ex li- 
beralitate Eivs (i. e. Antouini Pii) ali- 
menta accipivnt; II 1174 (Hispalis): 
inaliment[orvm (sic) ampliationem] ac- 
cipiant PVERI INGENVI HS. XXX NVMMOS, 

etc. — Officials charged with the admin- 
istration of the funds for alimenta. 
(a) Praefecli. VI 1428 (Rome): praef. 
ali[m.]; VI 1532 (Rome, 3 d ): praef. ali- 
mentor(vm) Viae Flaminiae; VI 1668 = 
XIV 3599 (near Tibur, 2 nd ) : praef. ali- 
mentor(vm); XIV 3601 (Tibur, 172): 

PRAEF. ALIMENT(ORVM) PER A.EMILIAM; XIV 

3609 (ibid., 169): praefecto alimento- 
r(vm); XIV 4244 (Tibur): praef. ali- 
menQt. per AemiliaJm; X 3805 (Capua) : 
praef. alim. ; X 5398 (Aquinum): praef. 
aliment.; XI 6338 (Pisaurum): cvr(ator) 
viar(vm) et praef. aliment(orvm) Clo- 
diae et coh(a)erentivm: V 7783 (Albin- 
gaunum, 191): praefectvs alimentorvm; 
VIII 11338 (Sufetula): [p]r. alimento- 
rvm; II 4510 (Barcino): praef. alim.; 
II 6278 (S. C. Italicense) 43: trans 
Padvm avtem perqve omnes Italiae regio- 
nes arbitrivm ini vngendorvm praefectis 

ALIMENTORVM DANDIS (sic). [Cf. VI 1540 

(Rome, 2 nd ); V 865 (Aquileia)]. — (b) Ca- 
ratores. VI 1368 = XIV 3993 (bet. Rome 
and Nomentum, 225): cvr. Via[e] Ae- 
[m](iliae) et alimentorvm; VI 1419 
(Rome, 4 th ): cvratori Viae [. . .] et ali- 
mentorvm: VI 1509 (Rome, 3 d ): cvrat. 
Viae Salar(iae) et alimentorvm ; VI 1529 
(Rome, 221): [cvr. Fl]am(iniae) et ali- 
mentorvm); IX 3667 (Marsi Marru- 
vium): cvr. viar(vm) Tib(vrtinae), Va- 
l(eriae) et alim(entorvm) ; VIII 980 
(Curubis) : cvrat. aliment(orvm) distri- 

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ALIM 



b(vendorvm). — (c) Subcurator. VII 
h»;,i (Bremenium): svb cvr. Viae Fla- 

miNIAE ET ALIMENT(orVm). ((/) I'/'OCU,- 

ores. VI 1633 (Rome): pko[c.]a[d] 

al[i]wenta; VI L634 (Home): proc ad 
alimenta; XIV 2922 (Praeneste, 3 d ) : 

PROC. AD ALIMENTA [L.VCAn(|AE)3. BrVT- 

t(iorvm), Calabr(iae) et Apvliae ; X 3865 
(Capua) : proc. alim(entorviw) Viae Fl(a)- 
m(iniae); III 249 = 6753 (Ancyra) : proc. 

ALIMENTORVM PER TrANSPADVM, HlSTRIAM, 

Libvr[n]iam; III 1456 (Sarmizegetusa, 
238): proc. ad alim(enta) per Apvliam, 
Calabriam, Lvcaniam et Brvttios; VIII 
822 (Turca): proc. alimentor(vm) per 

TRANSPADVM. HlSTRIAM, LlBVRNIAMJ II 1085 

(Ilipa, 2'" 1 ) : proc. alimentor(vm) per Apv- 
liam, Calabriam, Lvcaniam, Brvttios; 
II 4238 (Tarraco) : proc. Avgvst(i) ab 
alimentis. — (e) Qaaestores. XIV 298 
(Ostia) : qvaestori alim(entorvm) ; XIV 
3941 (Nomentum): qvaest alimentorvm: 
X 330 (Atina) : q_. al[i]m(entorvm) ; X 
1138 (Abellinum) : q_. alimentor(vm) ; X 
1208 (Abella, 155): qvaest. aliment(o- 
rvm); X 1216 (Abella): q_. aliment(o- 
rvm) ; X 1491 (Neapolis): alimentorvm 
qvaest.; X 3764 (Suessula), 3910 (Ca- 
pua) : q_. alim(entorvm) ; X 4582 (Ca- 
iatia): [q_. alim]entor(vm); X 5920 (A- 
naguia) ; q_i aer(ari) et al[im](entorvm); 
X 5928 (ibid.), 6243 (Fundi): o^ ali- 
m(entorvm); X 7954 (Turris Lisibonis): 
q_. a(limentorvm); IX 3384 (Aufinum) : 
qvaest. alim(entorvm) ; IX 3434 (Pel- 
tuinuiu) : o- al(imentorvm); IX 3437 
(ibid.); qvaestori alim(entorvm); IX 
3438 (ibid.): q_. alimentor(vm); IX 4976 
(Cures, 2 nd ): [qvae]stori alimentor(vm) ; 
IX 5849 (Auximum): qvaest. alimen- 
[t](orvm); XI 416 (Ariminum): qva[e]- 
st. aliment(orvm) ; XI 417 (ibid., 1 st ): 
q_. alim(entorvm); XI 2650 (Col. Sa- 
turnia) : [_q_. k(alendari) r(ei)p(vblicae)?] 
et aliment(orvm) ; Annee Epigr. (1900) 
p. 33 = Notiz. (1899) p. 485 (ibid.): 

Q_. KAL. R. P. ET ALIMENT(ORVM) J XI 3123 

(Falerii) : qvaest. alim(entorvm) Cae- 
s(aris); XI 3211 (Nepet): q_. alimento- 
rvm [Caes(aris)]; XI 5395 (Asisiuui): 
q_. alimentor(vm); XI 5614 (Arna) : q_- 
reip(vblicae) et alimen(torvm) Arna- 
t(ivm); XI 6357 (Pisaurum): qvaest. 



alimentorvm; XI 6369 (ibid.): q_. ali- 
mentor(vm); V 4384 (I3rixia, 1 st ): q_. 
alim(entorvm) ; V 7468 (Industria): q_. 
aer(ari) p(vblici) et ai im(entorvm) ; V 
8808 (Aceluin): qvaest. alime[nt(orvm)]. 

— (/") Duumvir. X 1491 (Neapolis): 

II VIR ALIMENTORVM. ((/) ACtOT . IX 

5859 (Auximura): actor ali(mentorvm). 

— Cf. XI 6073 (Urvinum Mataureuse): 
vil(icvs) ab alim(entis) ; VI 1573 (Rome, 

frgUlt.): . . . [ALilMENTOR(VM). 

ALIMENTARIVS. Adj., subst. - Of the 
alimenta », q. v.; ■ one employed iu the 
care and distribution of the alimenta » . 

[Form alvmentarivs, IX 3923 (Alba 
Fucens, 149?). — Abbrev., 'alimentar., 
IX 3923 (ibid.), XI 4389 (Ameria) ; ali- 
ment., IX 981 (Compsa), 2742 (Saepi- 
num), X 4570 (Caiatia); alim., IX 1415 
(Trevicum), 2354 (Allifae), 2807 (Aufi- 
dena); a., X 47 (Vibo)]. 

(A) Adj. Of poor children maintained 
by public and private charity. IX 5700 
(Cupra Montana, 149): pveri et pvellae 
a[l]iment[a]ri Cvprenses Montani ; XI 
5957 (Pitinum Mergens, 149-150): pveri 

ET PVELLAE ALIMENTARI ; XIV 4003 (Fi- 

culea, 162): pveri et pvellae alimentari 
Ficolensivm (sic). [Cf. VI 31298 (Rome, 
2 nd ), and below (£)]. — Of those in 
charge of the alimenta. IX 1415 (Tre- 
vicum): qvaes(tor) pecvniae alim(enta- 
riae); IX 2807 (Aurldena): ck pec(vniae) 
alim(entariae); IX 2354(AUifae): qvaest. 
sac(rae) p(ecvniae) alim(entariae); X 20 
(Locri): q_. p(ecvniae) p(vblicae) et ali- 
mentariae; X 47 (Vibo): q^ p(ecvniae) 
a(limentariae); X 4570 (Caiatia): Qj pe- 
c(vniae) alime[nJt(ariae) p(vblicae); IX 
981 (Compsa): Qj [pec(vniae) pvbl(icae) 
qvae] est aliment(aria) ; IX 3953 (Alba 
Fucens): <q_. rei pvbl(icae)) et pec(v- 
niae) alimentariae; XI 4389 (Ameria): 
q_. arc(ae) pvbl(icae) et pec(vniae) ali- 
mentar(iae); IX 3923 (Alba Fucens, 149): 

CVRATORI PECVNIAE ALVMENt[a^]r(iae) (Sic)', 

IX 699 (Sipontum) : servvs arkarivs (sic) 
QVI ET ANTE egit rationem alimenta- 

RIAM SVB CVRA PRAEFECTOr(vm). 

(B) Subst. Of the poor children re- 
ceiving support, XI 6002 (Sentinum, 2 nd ): 
Divo Antonino Avg(vsto) Pio, alimen- 
tari. — Of person in charge of the area 



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alimentaria, IX 2472 (Saepinum): (illi) 
aliment(ario) Saepinati. 

ALIMENTVM. See s. v. ALIMENTA 
(A) at end. 

ALIOQVIN. Adv. * In other respects », 
« otherwise » . VI 10284 (Rome) : ne qvis 

A NOMINE NOSTRO ALIENARE AVDEAT, . . . 
ALIOQVIN SIT FACVLTAS CVICVMQVE EX FA- 
MILIA NOSTRA ADEVNDI etc. 

ALIPILVS. « Professional hair-remover», 
who destroyed the growth in the armpits 
(alae) etc. by means of corrosives etc. 
[Cf. DROPACATOR]. VI 9141 (Rome): 

M. OCTAVIVS PrIMIGENIVS ALIPILVS A TrI- 
TONE. 

ALIQVAMDIV. Adv. « For sometime », 
k quite a long while ». VI 1527 (Rome, 
Laud. Turiae, 9-2 B. C.) d 1. 26 : fve- 

[rv]nT OPTATI LIBERI QVOS ALIQVa[mDIV 

sors invi]derat; V 5050 (Anauni, 46, 
speech of Claudius) : ex veteribvs con- 
troversis (sic) pe(nd)entibvs aliqvamdiv, 
etiam temporibvs Ti. Caesaris patrvi mei. 
ALIQVANDO. Adv. (a) Of general 
time, « at any time » , «ever». [For «if 
ever » , « lest ever » , si quando, ne quart- 
do, see s. v. QVANDO]. X 178 (Po- 
tentia, 528): ne qvis hoc aliqvando 

AVDEAT VIOLARE SEPVLCRVM. 

(b) Of past time, « once » , « formerly » . 
[Cf. OLIM, QVONDAM]. XI 1147 (Ve- 
leia, 2 nd ) VI 1. 74: praedis qvae (Me) 

. . . ALIQVANDO POSSEDIT. 

(c) Of present time and conditions long 
wished for, * at last », « finally ». [Cf. 
TANDEM]. X 777 (Stabiae): inveni ALI- 
QVANDO LOCVM VBI reqviescerem ! ; VI 
10251 a (Rome, 1 st ): aliqvando secv- 
rvs svm; VI 25547 (Rome): hic erit et 
nobis vna aliqvando Domvs. 

ALIQVANTO. Adv. w. comp., « some- 
what " , * rather » . R. G. divi Aug. 
I cap. 18: ex qvibvs dedv[xi in colo- 
ni]as avt remisi in jwvnicipia sva . . . 

MILLIA ALIQVANt[o PLVRA Q_v]aM TRECENTA. 

ALIQ.VATENVS. Adv. « Up to a cer- 
tain point r. VI 1783 (Rome, 431): in- 

TERPOLATVJVV ALIQJ/ATENVS ADSERERE HO- 
NORED. 

ALIQVI, [-QVAE], -QVOD. Pron. 
adj., rarely subst. ; ALIQVIS, -QVA, 
-Q.VID. Pron. subst., rarely adj. « Any », 
« some »; « anyone », « someone », « any- 



body . , . anything > . [N. B. After, SI, 
NE, ALIVS, aliquis is seldom used. Cf. 
s. v. QVIS, QV1]. 

[Forms: aliqvit, VI 9792, 30463 
(Rome); XI 654 (Faventia), 1616 (Flo- 
rentia), 6335 (Pisaurum, 256); 1X5860 
(Auximum); VIII 14683 (Simitthus, 185); 

XIII 2027 (Lugudunum). — haliqvit, 
XII 915 (Arelate, l st -2 Dd ). — [Gen. ali- 
cviivs, K raus 294 (Col. Agripp.), is mo- 
dern, XIII 1213*]. — Abl. aal.co, XI 
329 (Ravenna). — Abl. plur. aliqvis, 

XIV 3608 (Tibur, 1 st ); VIII 2728 (Lam- 
baesis, 2 nd ); II 1963 (Lex Salpens., 
81-84) XXVII. — (For aliqvod = ali- 
quot, see below s. v. aliqvot). — Ab- 
brev.: aliqv., X 7307 (Panhormus); aliq_., 
VI 32784 (Rome)]. 

(A) Adj. pron. V 6693 (Vercellae): 
charites aliqvae; Edict. Dioclet, Introd. 
II 1. 8 (III p. 1930): cvjw vis aliqva 
caritatis emergeret; VI 7788 (Rome): 

SI QVIS HVIC MONIMENTO (SIC) POST ME 
ALIQ_VAM CONTROVERSIAL FACERE VOLVERIT; 

VI 31998 (Rome, +, 338): sine aliqva 

DISCORDIA AVT CONTROVERSIA J IX 2082 

(Beneventum): qvi vixit mecvm sine ali- 
qva lite. [Cf. similar formulae s. v. 
VLLVS]; VI 10230 (Rome, laud. Murdiae, 

1 st ) 1. 9: Q_VO ME FRATRIBVS MEIS QVOM 
[e]0RVM ALIQVA CONTVMELIA PRAEFERRET J 

XII 2346 (near Gratianopolis, 2 nd ): me 

AD ALIQVAM FACVLTATEM PERDVXIT ; III 

p. 925 (Alburnus Maior, 167. wax-tablet): 

AB EIS ALIQVEM (sic) PETITIONEM FVNERIS 

(h)abitvrvm (sc. esse ilium); VIII 2728 
(Lambaesis, 2 nd , speech of Hadrian) : vt 

LVCIDIVS LABOR MEVS ... PARERET, ALIQVAS 

epistvlas svbieci | V 2781 (Patavium, 
4 th ), HI 12043 (Lyttus, 4 th ) 1. 16: pri- 
vilege dignitatis alicvivs ; X 1401 
(Herculaneum, 1 st ): oyi rervm svarvm 

POSSESSORES FVTVRI ALIQVAS [PARTES] EA- 
RVM MVTAVERINT, and QVI RERVM SVARVM 
POSSESSORES FVTVRI ALIQVAS PARTES EARVM 

mvtaverint; V 6186 (Mediolanium, f): 

SI QVIS POST OBITVM NOSTRVM ALIQVEM 

(sic) corpvs intvlerint (sic) \ VI 32784 
(Rome) : commen[do] tibi delicivm no- 
strum] MlLITEM, SI SVNT ALIQ_(vi) INFE- 

r[i]; VIII 2728 (Lambaesis, 2 nd , speech 
of Hadrian): ideo rogatvrvs eram con- 
cedere (sic for concederes) nobis vti 



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MENSIBVS ALIQVIS (SIC) REI AGENDAS IM- 

moraretvk ; VI 26948 (Rome): si q_vis 

DOn[aRe], VE^N^DERfc, ALIENARE ALIQVO 
MODO VOLVEKir. (Cf. IN ALIQVO bt'loW 

B 2 at end). 

(B) Subst. pron. (1) Personal. VI 3828 
(Rome, 82): [q_vod non]dvm alicvi ... 
dandvm (est); V 2781 (Patavium, 4 th ): 

SIQVIS ALICVI MAIESTATIS CRIMEN INTEN- 

derit; III 12043 (Lyttus. 4 th ) 1. 14: 

SI Q_VIS ALIc[vi] MAIESTATIS CRIMEN IN- 

tenderit; II 1963 (Lex Salpensana, 81- 
84) XXVII: inter se avt cvm aliqvis 
(sic) altervtrvm eorvm avt vtrvmqve; 
II (3278 (S. C. Italicense, 176-7) 1. 16: 
erat aliqvis qvi deploraverat fortvnas 
svas; VIII 14683 (Simitthus, 185): si 
qv(a)estor alicvi non n[v]ntiaverit, 
and si a[liqvis] de ordine decess[erit]; 
XIV 2224 £ (Neimis Dianae): nec qvi- 
dem tale aliqvis potest andtingere (sic) 
filis; XIV 3608 (Tibur, 1 st ): ab aliqvis 
(sic) eorvm opsides (sic) accepit; XII 
915 (Arelate, l st -2 nd ): aspic[i]ent ex<e>- 

QVi(a^) ALIQVIS ITA VT QVIT (sic) EVI- 

tant ; III 3676 (Pannonia Inf.) : viderit 
an ne aliqvis post me mea facta se- 
qv[a]tvr; X 2311 (Puteoli) : qvam sit 

DVRA CVPIDO [VLTE^RIVS NASCENTEM ALI- 
QVEM PROCEDERE HORA J XII 3861 (Ne- 

mansus) : claves dvae penes aliqvem li- 

BERTORVM MEORVM ET CVRATOREM CVIVSQVE 

anni sint; Rossi 752 (Rome, f, 451): 

ADIVRO VOS PER CHRISTVM, NE MIHI AB ALI- 
QVO violentiam (sic) fiat; VI 15106 
(Rome): optarem deos vt tale exsitvm 

(sic) MEVM ALIQVI (sic) MEORVM FACIAT ; 

X 2015 (Puteoli) : qvod si adversvs ea 

ALIQVI INRVMPERE TEMPTAVERIN T ] VI 19882 

(Rome): [neve] qvis avsvs sit aliqvem 
inferre in m[onvmentvm] ; X 3594 (Pu- 
teoli): qvod si in hoc monimento (sic) 
sive pomariolo aliqvis extervm ponere 
volverit ; III 10092 (Nigra Corcyra) : 
ne aliqvis [jnferre volverit etc.]; X 
7307 (Panbormus): ne post aliqv(i) avt 
bendant (sic) avt donet (sic); XI 329 
(Ravenna): nec v[nqvam] ab aalico (sic) 
violetvr; V 4057 (Mantua): si qvando 
ali[q]vis volverit donare vel vendere; 
V 2305 (Altinum, f): vt nvllvs de ge- 

NERE VEL ALIQVIS IN HAC SEPVLTVRA PO- 

natvr ; V 8738 (Concordia): vt nvllvs 



DE GENERE NOSTRO VEL ALIQVIS IN HAC 

sepvltvra ponatvr; V 8770 (ibid.): si 

ALIQVIS EAM ARCa(m) APERIRE VOLVERIT. 

Note quasi personal use: aliqua legio, 
I 198 (Lex Itepetundarum, 123-2 B. C.) 
II: [qvei] . . . [tribvnvs mi]l(itvm) l(e- 

GIONIBVS) IIII PRIMIS, ALIQVA EARVM FVERITJ 
ib. XVI : QVEI ... TR. MIL. L. IIII PRIMIS, 
ALIQVA EARVM ... S1ET FVERITVE J ib. XXII: 
QVEI TRIBVN[VS] MIL. L. IIII PRIMES], [a- 
LIQv]a EARVM SIET FVERITVE. 

(2) Neut., of things, ideas. VI 576 
(Rome): extra hoc limen aliqvid de 
SACRIS EFFERRE fas non est; XIII 2027 
(Lugudunum) : dvm aliqvit (sic) e flam- 
mis eripere conatvr; IX 5860 (Auxi- 
mum): Fjw]vnimenti (sic) aliqvit (sic) 
de marmoribvs minvs fa[cere]; VI 30463 
(Rome): [qvod si qvis contra volvn- 
tatem] eivs aliqvit (sic) volverit fa- 
cere in se[pvlcro]; VIII 14683 (Simit- 
thus, 185): si qvis silentio qv(a)esto- 
ris aliqvit (sic) donaverit; Ihm, Da- 
masi Epigr. XCII (Rome, +, 5 th ): cor- 
poris hic tvmvlvs; REQVIESCVNT ossa 

CINISQVE, NEC PERIT HINC ALIQVID DO- 
MINO; III 9733 (Delminium): lege et 
morare! iam aliqvid resciveris; XI 6335 
(Pisaurum, 256): aliqvit (sic) pr(a)eter- 
mittentes; XII 915 (Arelate, l st -2 nd ): 
si haliqvit (sic) casv alite[r] ad(d)v- 
xerit aster; III 567 (Delphi): etiamsi 

VTRORVMQVE SPEI ALIQVID APSCISVM (sic) 

est; VI 1527 (Rome, laud. Turiae, 9-2 
B. C) d 1. 42: [a]liqvid concipere men- 
te; V 8988 d (Concordia): cvivs aspe- 

CTVM ALIQVID SOLACII FORE CONFIDO ; VIII 

4447 = 18608 (Lamasba): aeterna do- 

MVS HAEC EST, PAVSVM LABORIS HIC (sic) 
EST, ALIQVID MEMORIAE HOC EST; VI 9792 

(Rome): si est aliqvit (sic) in infernas 
partes bene; XI 1616 (Florentia) : si ta- 

MEN AT (sic) MANES CREDIMVS ESSE ALI- 
QVIT (sic); X 8131 (Stabiae): si sapivnt 
aliqvid post fvnera manes. — Note ad- 
verbial use, XI 654 (Faventia): si do- 

LVIT ALIQVIT (sic), ME QVOQVE IVNXI DO- 

lori, and adv\ phrase, in aliqvo (sc. 
modo): « in any way », VIII 19174 
(Signs) : si qvi [a]vtem temptaverit evn- 

DEM (Sic) MONIMENTVM (sic) ... IN ALI- 
QVO [. . . violare, or the like]. 
ALIQVIS. See above, ALIQVI. 



ALIQ 



ALIV 



245 



ALIQVOD. See ALIQVOT. 

ALIQVOT, (ALIQVOD). Indef. indecl. 
num. adi. «Several». R. G. divi Aug. 
cap. 10 1. 25: [cepi id] sacerdotivm ali- 
qvod post annos; X 1401 (Hercula- 
neum, 56), VI 33840 (Korae, 227): per 
aliqvod annos ; VI 1377 (Home, 2 nd ): 
post aliquot secvnda proelia adversvm 
Germanos et Iazyges. 

ALIQVOTIES. « Several times ». Ill 
3980 (Siscia): positvs est hic Lebvrna 

MAGISTER MIMARIORVM. « ALIQVOTIES MOR- 

tvvs svm (i. e. on the stage), set (sic) 

SIC NVNQVAM ! » . 

ALIS. See ALIVS. 

ALISANVS. A Gallic divinity of the 
Aedvi. XIII 2843 (near Augustodunum, 
bronze vessel): deo Alisano, Pavllinvs 

PRO CONTEDIO FIL(lo) SVO v(otVm) s(OL- 

vit) l(ibens) m(erito); XIII 5468 (near 
Dibio, bronze caccabus): Doiros Sego- 
mari ievrv (Celtic == (itius) Alisanv (sic 
= Celtic dat.). 

ALISIA. (Sic, not Alesia, in inscrr.). 
A town of the Mandubii in Gallia Lug- 
dunensis, north-west of Dibio; famous for 
the last stand of Vercingetorix against 
Caesar in 52 B. C. Now Alise-Sainte- 
Reinc. XIII 2880 (Alisia): in Alisiia (sic). 

ALISIENSIS. ■ Of Alisia >, q. v. XIII 
10029 216 (Alisia, lead tessera): Alisien- 
s(is). 

ALISINENSIS civitas, an unknown town 
of Germania Superior, known only from 
XIII 6482 (Bonfeld, W'urttemberg): ge- 
nivm c(ivitatis) Alisin(ensis) (ille) . . . 
don(avit). The town was perhaps on that 
site, and its name may be preserved in 
that of the river Etsenz. 

ALITER. « Otherwise » , « in any other 
way » . (A) In positive sentences. I 1409 = 
XI 4632 (Lex Tudertina, B. C.) frgmt. 

I. 11: QVOD ALITER ROGATVM e[rIT IN HAC 

rogatione]; I 200 (Lex Agraria, III 
B. C.) XXXVI: minvsaliterve; II 1964 
(Lex Malacitana, 81-84) LVIII : qvi ali- 
ter adversvs ea fecerit; ib. LXI: q_vi 

ALITER ADVERSVS EA PATRONVM . . . COOPTA- 

verit ; VI 8589 (Rome) : [qv]od si qvis eo- 
rvm aliter [fecerit]; VI 10231 (Rome): 
qvodsi aliter factvm fverit ; XII 915 
(Arelate, l st -2 nd ): si haliqvit (sic) casv 
alite[r] ad(d)vxerit aster. 



(B) In negative sentences. I 200 (Lex 
Agraria, III B. C.) LXXII: neive qvis 

MAG(lSTRATVs) . . . FAC1TO . . . Q_[vO EA 
pecvnia] . . . ALITER exsigatvr ATQVE VTEI- 
QVE IN h(ac) L(EGE) s(cRIPTVm) EST J ib. 
LXXXVI : NEIVE AMPLIVS EA ALIVBEIVE 

aliterve dare debeto; I 208 = XI 2090 
(Clusium, B. C.) frgmt.: aliter ea nei 
deleto; II 1963 (Lex Salpensana, 81-84) 

XXVI: NEQVE SE ALITER CONSILIVJW HA- 
BITVRVM NEQ_(ve) ALITER DATVRVM . . . 

qvam . . . ; II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 44 
B. C.) I 4 1. 23 : neve qvis aliter eam 

PECVNIAM S(lNE) F(RAVDE) S(Va) KAPITO 

(sic) ; III 355 (Aezani, 2 nd ) : qvaedam 

NEGOTIA . . . NON ALITER AD CONSVMMA- 
TIONENV POSSVNT PERDVCI QVAM . . . ; XIII 

5708 (Lingones, Testament. Galli cuius- 
dam) I 1. 24: ea omnia ita fieri neq_(ve) 
aliter fieri; X 4842 (Venafrum) 1. 14: 

NE EA MACERIA . . . ALITER DIRVATV^R, TOL- 

lat]vr qvam ...; ib. 1. 19: dvm ne ea 

AQVA . . . ALITER QVAM FISTVLIS PLVMBEIS 

...dvcatvr; VI 35876 (Rome): aliter 

NE QVIS HOC MONVM^ENTVm] VI DATO J III 

2097 (Salonae): in h(oc) m(onvmento) 

VETO ALITER OSSVA (sic) DEPONI QVAM . . . ; 

V 875 (Aquileia, 105): aliter [non esse 

NISI VT DE EO PVBLl]CE GLORIEMVR ; Cai'm. 

Lat, 1336 = Rossi II p. 118 no. 102 
(Rome, f) : qvae nos non aliter qvam te 
consvmpsit amantes; VI 31992 (Rome, 
-J-, 427): Floride, non aliter veneran- 

DVS, FLORIDE PERGE ! 

ALITVS. See HALITVS. 
ALIVBI. « Elsewhere >. I 200 (Lex 
Agraria, 111 B.C.) LXXXVI: neive 

AMPLIVS EA ALIVBEIVE ALITERVE DARE DE- 
BETO. 

ALIVM, (ALLIVM, ALEVM). ■ Garlic ■ 
IV 2070 (Pompeii, graffito): aliv (sic), 
manvplos ccl; Notiz. (1888) p. 514 (ibid.): 
allivm e[s]carivm; Edict. Dioclet. § 6 
1. 23 (III p. 1933): alei Ital(ici) m(o- 
divm) vnvm (denarios) sexaginta = Gxoq- 
Scov \^I]tccX. {.io. a. X J'. 

ALIVNDE. * From any other source » , 
« by any other meaus », "in any other 
way ". X 478 (Paestum, 344): non a- 
livnde aestimamvs statvm cibitatis (sic) 
altiorem cvltioremqve reddi. 

ALIVS (ALIS), ALIA ALIVD (ALIVM, 
ALID). Adj., subst. n Other », ■ another ■ , 



240 



ALIV 



ALIV 



« else ». — ALIVS ... ALIVS, « one . . . 
another »; ALII . . . ALII ■, ■ some . . . 
others - . 

[Forms. Norn, sing alis, I 603 = IX 
3513 (Purfo, 58 R. C); VI 24085, 17505 
(Rome); III 2970 (Aenona); II 2633 
(Asturica, 27). — Neut. alhd (= aled?), 
IV 1837 (Pompeii, graffito). — alivt, 
VI 25393, 29952 (Rome); XIV 586, 
1828 a (Ostia); X 4787 (Teannm Sidi- 
cinura), 4842 (Venafrum); XI 106, 330 
(Ravenna); V 532 (Tergeste, 2 nd ), 1102 
(Aquileia); III 168 (Bervtus), 2115, 8742, 
8750, 9507, 9568 = 12869, 9569 (Sa- 
lonae); VIII 211 (Cillium, 2 nd ), 15868 
(Sicca) ; Rev. Arch. XXXIX (1901) p. 448 
do. 105 (Africa); II 1964 (Lex Malaci- 
tana) LVIII, LXIII; II 5181 (Lex Me- 
tal. Vipasc.) 11. 28, 33; II 5439 (Lex 
Ursonemis) XCIII 1. 23, CXXXII 1. 29; 
in Gk. letters aXiovr, Audollent, Defix. 
Tab. 267 (Hadrumetum, devotio); by 
mistake, alivst, III 8869 (Salonae). — 
Note neut. alivm (co?yus), V 121 (Pola), 
6244 (Mediolanium, f); III 2098,9508 
(Salonae). — Ace. masc. alliv(m), VI 
28573 (Rome). — Ace. fern, alia, VI 
6182 (Rome). — Dat. alei, I 206 (Lex 
Lul. Munic, 45 B. C.) 1. 98. — ali, VI 
16751, 24085, 28567 (Rome); Notiz. 
(1887) p. 419 = Brans Fontes p. 292 
(Pompeii, wax-tablet) ; IX 405 (Canu- 
sium); V 532 (Tergeste, 2 nd ) 1. 31; 

III 8438 (Narona). — alio, VI 17565 
(Rome); X 4972 (Venafrum); V 8738 
(Concordia, f). — Nom. plur. alei, I 
1277 = X 5019 (Venafrum, B.C.). — 
ali, VI 3221, 10247 (Rome); XI 1421 
(Pisae, 1 st ); III p. 947 (Alburnus Ma- 
ior, 159); Audollent, Defix. Tab. 98 
(Cruminacum, devotio)', II 6278 (S. C. 
Ltalicense) 1. 25; XIII 5708 (Lingones, 
test. Galli. 1 st ) 1. 15. — Dat., abl. plur. 
alieis, I 542 = IX 4672 (Reate, 146 
B. C). — alis, VI 10048 (Rome, 2 nd ); 

IV 3340 CLV (= p. 411) (Pompeii, wax- 
tablet); XI 1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ) II 1.56, 
VI 11. 72, 83; IX 1175 (Aeclanum); V 
5050 (Anauni, 46) 1. 36; II 1964 (Lex 
Malacit.) LVI ; II 5181 (Lex Metal. 

Vipasc.) 1. 50; VIII 403 (Ammaedara). 
— Abbrev., aliar., VI 2107 (Rome)]. 
N. B. For simplicity of arrangement, 



citations are divided under three general 
classes: (I) As adj. modifier, (II) As 
subst. personal, (III) As subst. neut. 
Note that alivs = « another » is often 
used for alter ■ the other ■ (of two) q. v. 
Examples of collocation and coordination 
etc. alivs qvis, I 206 (Lex Lulia Mu- 
nicipalise 45 B. C.) 11. 73, 83, 95, 136, 
143; II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 44 B.C.) 
4 1. 22; II 5181 Lex Metall. Vipasc, 
end 1 st ) 1. 17; VI 826 = 30857 (Rome, 
1 st ), 8456, 10219, 20989, 24799, 35876 
(Rome). — qvis alivs, I 204 (Lex An- 
tonia de Termess, 71 B. C.) II 11. 7, 14; 
I 206 (Lex Lulia Municip., 45 B. C.) 
11. 90, 98, 153; XI 1421 (Pisae, 1 st ) 
1. 55; III pp. 937, 939, 941. 943, 947, 
959 (Alburnus Maior, wax-tablets) ; VI 
10247 (Rome, 252). — qvid alivd, I 
205 = XI 1146 (Lex Rubria, 49-42 
B-C.) I 1. 52; II 1964 (Lex Malaci- 
tana, 1 st ), LVIII, LXIII; 115181 (Lex 
Metall. Vipasc, end 1 st ) 11. 28, 33; VI 
35876 (Rome); XI 125 (Ravenna); III 
6866 (Tymandus); Rev. Arch. XXXIX 
(1901) p. 448 no. 105 (Africa). — alivd 
qvid, I 206 (Lex Lulia Municip., 45 
B. C.) 1. 122; II 5439 (Lex Urso- 
nensis, 44 B. C.) XCIII 1. 23, CXXXII 
1. 29; VI 826 = 30857 (Rome, 1 st ). 
— QviSQvis alivs, III 13569 (Lyt- 

ttlSj 4 th ) 1. 28. QVISQVAM ALIVS, XIV 

3031 (Praeneste, 2 nd ). — vllvs alivs, 
IV 3340 (p. 411) CLV (Pompeii, wax- 
tablet); VIII 12881 (Carthago); XII 
4393 (Narbo, 2 nd ). — nvllvs alivs, IV 
1261 (Pompeii, graffito). — alivs nvl- 
lvs, IX 405 (Canusium). — alivd nvl- 
lvm, X 4787 (Teanum Sidicinum). — 
alivs nemo, VI 11131 (Rome); X 4972 
(Venafrum), 5921 (Anagnia); III 8438 
(Narona). — nil alivd, VIII 211 (Cil- 
lium, 2 nd ). — vnvs . . . alivs, VI 1724 
(Rome, 206); X 2496 (Puteoli); V 5337 
(Comum); III 14195 (Ephesus). — alivs 
. . . alter, VI 36653 (Rome). — alter 
...alivs. I 1007 = VI 15346 (Rome. 
B. C). — alivs . . . alivm, II 2633 (Astu- 
rica, 27). — alivs ... ali (alio), VI 
17565, 24085 (Rome). — alii . . . alii, 
I p. 319 (Fasti Praenestini); III 567 
(Delphi); V1I1 10570 (Sallus Buruni- 
/anus). — alivs qvam, VI 33885 (Rome); 



ALIV 



AL1V 



247 



V 532 (Tergeste, 2 nd ) 1. 31. — alivs 
(alivd) nisi, I 199 = V 7749 (Genua, 
Sent. Minueior., 117 B.C.) 1. 31; VIII 
211 (Cillium, 2 nd ) 1. 36; Rev. Arch. 
XXXIX (1901) p. 448 no. 105 (Africa); 
XII 592 (Aquae Sextiae, f). 
I. As adj. modifier. 

(a) Of persons, tribes etc. X 3098 
(Puteoli) : dis manib(vs) Vetvriorvm Ci- 
TIADIS et Aniceti et aliae Citiadis ; XIV 
3649 (Tibur): Ianvarivs ... Ianvarivs 
alivs, ... Vrsvs ... Vrsvs alivs; VI 
27556 (Rome): pvpvs Torqvatianvs, . . . 
item alivs pvpvs Laetianvs ; VIII 16159 
(Sicca): matrona honesta praeter alias 
femina[s]; XIII 2288 (Lugudunum): (il- 
lius) et aliorvm fratrvm dvvm (sic) ; II 
1821 (Gades) : vixi ego et ante aliae 
vixere pvellae; I 1007 = VI 15346 
(Rome, B. C): gnatos dvos creavit; 

HORVNC ALTERVM IN TERRA LINQVIT, ALIVM 

svb terra locat ; X 2496 (Puteoli): iam 

VNAM NATAM OMISERVNT ANTE, FCCE NVNC 

et ALiAiw; I 206 (Lex Jul. Manic, 45 
B.C.) 11. 73, 143: censor alivsve qvis 
mag(istratvs) ; ib. 1. 153: censor seive 
q_vis alivs mag(istratvs) ; ib. 1. 98: qvei 
qvomqve ... comiTiA ii vir(eis), iiii 
vir(eis) aleive qvoi mag(istratvi) ro- 

GANDO ... HABEBIT (cf. belOW, g.) \ VI 

826 == 30857 (Rome, 1 st ): praetor . . . 

ALIVSVE QVIS MAGISTRATVS; XI 1421 (Pi- 

sae, I st ) 1. 55 : sive qvi ali magistra- 
tvs er[vnt]; I 198 (Lex Repetund., 
123-2 B.C.) XII: alivm patronvm ei 
. . . [dato] ; Audollent, Defix. Tab. 98 
(Crucinacum = Kreuznach, devotio) : Va- 
le(n)tis Sinto, sive ali inimici (?) ; R. 
G. divi Aug. cap. 27 1. 17: Cimbriqve 

ET CHARYDES ET SEMNONES ET EIVSDEiVV 
TRACTVS ALII GERMANORVM POPv[l]i = 

xal Kij_i(}qoi xai XaXvfieg xal 2sfivovsg 
aXXcc re tioXXcc k'dvrj rsQ/uav&v ; ib. cap. 

32 1.6: PLVRIMAEQVE ALIAE GENTES = 

nXeiGTa re ccXXa k'dvr]. — Of the divini- 
ties of the lower world, II 3001 (Cae- 
saraugusta) : havd optare alias fas erat 

INFERIAS. 

(b) Of the dead: mortuus, corpus. 
VII 292 (Water Crook): siq_[vis in 
hoc] sepvlc(rvm) alivm mort[vvm intv- 
l]erit; VI 35876 (Rome): neve alivm 
qvem mor[tvvm] inferto; XIV 586 



(Ostia) : ne [qvisqva]m alivt corpvs ini- 
cere velit; XIV 1828« (ibid.): qvi- 
c[v]mqv[e svper hoc co]rpore alivt in- 
feret; XI 106 (Ravenna): si qvis ... 
alivt corp(vs) posverit; XI 330 (ibid.): 

VT NVNQVAM (h)iC ALIVT (sC. COrfUs) PO- 

n(a)t(vr); V 121 (Pola): si qvis alivm 
corpvs svperposverit; V 1102 (Aqui- 
leia): si qvis . . . alivt corpvs posverit; 
V 6244 (Mediolanium, f): si cis (sic) 
. . . velet (sic) alivm qvrpvs (sic, sc. po- 
smrit): III 168 (Berytus): [s(i) q_(vis)] 
h(anc) a(rcam) aperverit alivtve corpvs 
indvxerit; III 2098 (Salonae) : veto 

AVTEM IN H^a]c ARCA ALIVM CORPVS IN- 

feri ; III 2115 (ibid.): si qvis avtem 
[pos]t obitvm nostrvm alivt corpvs 
[po]nere volverit; III 8742 (ibid.): si 

QVIS VERO TEM(p)TAVERIT IN EODEM SAR- 
tofago (sic) PONERE ALIVT CORPVS ; III 

8750 (ibid.) : si qvis in ho[c sarco- 

PHAGO] ALIVT CORPv[s PONERE VOLVERIT 

or the like]; III 8869 (ibid.): [si qvis 

In] HVNC SARCOFa[gVM . . .] ALIVST (SIC) 

co[rpvs intvlerit]; III 9507 (ibid., f, 
378) : si qvis vero svp(e)r dvo cor- 

<p)ORA NOS(t)ra ALIVT CORPVS VOLVERIT 

ordinare; III 9508 (ibid., f, 382): si 

QJS (sic) SVPER HVNC (Sic) CORPVS ALIVM 

(sic) CORPVS PONERE volverit; III 9568 
= 12869 (ibid., f) frgmt.: [si qvis sv- 
per] nostr[a ali]vt corpvs pon[ere vo- 
lverit]; III 10135 (Apsoros): [ne q_]vis 

. . . SVPER Co[RPVS VE]LIT ALIA . . . [pO- 

nere]. 

(c) Of the name. IV 3340 (= p. 411) 
CLV (Pompeii, wax-tablet) : pveros Sim- 
plicem et Petrinvm, sive ea mancipia alis 
nominibvs svnt; I 820 = X 1604 (Pu- 
teoli, B.C.): nomen delatvm Naeviae 
L. l. Secvnda[e], seive ea alio nominee) 
est; III pp. 937, 939 (Alburnus Maior, 
wax-tablets, 139): pvellam nomine Pas- 

SIAM, SIVE EA QVO ALIO NOMINE EST; III 

p. 959 (ibid., 160) : mvlierem nomine Theo- 

DOTEM, SIVE EA QVO ALIO NOMINE EST ; III 

pp. 941, 943 (ibid., 142): pvervm Apa- 

LAVSTVM, SIVE IS QVO ALIO NOMINE EST J 

XI 1147 (Veleia, 2 nd ) VI 1. 72: sive 
alis nominib(vs) vocabvlis qve (sic) svnt; 
I 206 (Lex Lulia Miotic, 45 B. C.) 1. 83 : 

QVEIQVOMQyE II VIr(ei), IIII VIr(ei) ERVNT, 

aliove qvo nomine; VI 11131 (Rome): 



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ALIV 



ALIV 



HAEC AEDICIA (S/C) ALIVM (SIC') NOMEN 
r(ESTAMENTlP) NON SEQ_VETVR ; VI 0193 

(Homo): alio nomine iieredem non se- 
qvetvr; VI 7S():'> (Rome): alio nomine 
neminem seqventvr ; VI 1021!) (Rome) : 
aliove qvo nomine eivs monimenti (sic) 
partem alienare; VI 24799 (Koine): 

Q_VISQ_VIS ... TITVLVM DEASCIAVERIT ALIOVE 
QVO NOMINE INSCRIPSERIT. 

(d) Of localities. II 5439 (Lex Ur- 
sonensis, 44 B. 0.) 4 1. 22: q_vae in co- 
lon(ia) aliove qvo loco ... fia(n)t; 
II 5181 (Lex Metal. Vipasc... end 1 st ) 
1. TO: in alis locis; XIV 2112 (Lanu- 
vium, 2 nd ) II 1. 25: qvisqvis . . . de 
loco in alivm locvm transierit; VIII 
11796 (Mactaris) : neve ... ex eo loco 
...in ali[vm] transferatvr ; VI 24792 
(Rome): alivs loc[vs hic h]abet ossa; 
XIV 1757 (Ostia): in f(ronte) p(edes 

tot) . . . ET ALIA PARTE IN f(rONTe) p(e- 

des tot); VIII 2532 = 18042 (Castra 
Lambaes., speech of Hadrian) A a: alia 
spatia campi, alivs iacvlantivm nvmervs; 
I 199 = V 7749 (Genua, Sent. Mim- 
cior., 117 B. C.) 1. 41: in eo agro alia 
prata inmittere; VI 10247 (Rome. 252): 
et si qj/i ali (sc. agri) atfines (sic) 
svnt; V 5050 (Anauni. 46) 1. 17: qvi- 
(s)qve in alia regione Q_yiQ_yE in VICl- 
nia erant; III 5212 (Celeia): cives Ro- 
mani [e]x Italia et alms provinciis ; XI 
3943 (Capena): ita vt in alms, et in 
provincia Asia. 

(e) Of material things in general. II 
5181 (Lex Metal Vipasc, end 1 st ) 1. 17: 
qvi mancipia aliamve qvam rem [svb] 
praeconem svbiecerit; X 4842 (Vena- 
frum) 1. 11: sive qvod alivt opvs ... 
factvm est; ib. 1. 15: sive qvid alivt 
... opvs [er]it; III 11382 (Siscia, a 
tile): in hoc navali ... in alio navali ; 
VI 2107 (Rome, Arval. 224): aliar(vm 
sc. arborum) restitvendar(vm) cavsa; 
VI 1724 (Rome, 206): statvas dvas, 
vna(m) Antonini Avg(vsti) domini n(o- 
stri), aliam Ivl(iae) Avgvstae dominae 
nostr(ae); VI 1599 (Rome, 2 nd ): sta- 

TVAM ARMATAM . . . ET ALIAM CIVILI AMICTV ; 

Rev. Arch. XXXIX (1901) p. 470 no. 191 
(Thamugadi): statvam qvam cvm alia 
statva . . . pr[o]misit; III 14195 (Ephe- 
sus) : imagines argenteas dvas. vnam Vr- 



bis Romae et aliam Gervsiae (Cf. sqq.) ; 
VI 414 (Rome, 191): altarivm cvm co- 

I.VMELLA MARMOREA, ET Al IAM COLVMELLAM ; 

XI 147 (Ravenna): neqve ab ante aliam 
(sc. arcam) ponat; VI 19915 (Rome): 

NE ALIVS TITVLVS ALTERIVS NOMINIS IN- 

scriptvs infigatvr; III 3676 (Pannonia 
Inf., 2 nd ) : emissvmq_(ve) arcv dvm pen- 

DET IN AERE TELVM AC REDIT EX ALIA FIXI 
FREGIQVE SAGITTA. 

(f) Of money, gifts etc. V 5840 (Me- 
diolanium): eidem collegio largitvs est 
alia hs. mi n. (twice); IX 1175 (Aecla- 
num): alis (sestertium) c (milibas); I 
542 = IX 4672 (Reate, 146 B. C): pro- 

QVE HOC ATQVE ALIEIS DONIS ; VIII 6965 

(Cirta): svper aliam liberalitatem; XIII 
3162 (Vidacasses, 238): sal[a]rivm mi- 

LITIAE IN AVRO, ALIAQVE MVNERA. 

(g) Of public affairs: magistracies, 
sacrifices, contests, games. I 206 (Lex 
lulia Manic, 45 B.C.) 1. 90: nei qvis 
... ii vir(atvm), iiii vir(atvm) neve qvem 
alivm mag(istratvm) petito ; ib. 1. 95: 

NEVE QVIS ... II VIr(aTVm), IIII VIr(aTVm) 
ALIVMVE QVEM MAG(lSTRATVM) PETITO ; ib. 

1. 100: qvei[ve] ibei alivm mag(istra- 
tvm) habeat ; ib. 1. 136: niqvis . . . ii 
vir(atvm), iiii vir(atvm) aliamve qvam 
potestatem ... petito ; VI 749 (Rome, 
357) : tradidervnt Leontica hi idvs Av- 
g(vstas) felic(iter), alia tradidervnt 
cons(vlibvs) svpras(criptis) \ II 1471 
(Astigi): editis ob honorem sacerd(otii) 

CIRCIENSIBVS (sic), ET OB DEDICATIONEM 

alms; VI 10048 (Rome, 2 nd ): et sine 

FLAGELLO ALIS CERTAMINIBVS . . . [vICIt]. 

(h) Miscellaneous. VIII 18533 (Ca- 
sae): an[nos natvs viginti ? qvinqve, 

QVINQVE DE!n]dE ET VIGINTI ALUS ANN[lS 

. . . milita]vit; VI 10493 (Rome): [in]- 
vida bis denos Lachesis concesserat an- 
nos; nondvm alio pleno, q_vod dederat 
rapvit; VI 6182 (Rome): qvot (sic) si 
fata velint alia(m) pro spirito (sic) 
vitam; VI 24836 (Rome): propter im- 

MATVRAM MORTEM ALIVM FRVCTVM MERITO- 

RVM svorvm reportare non potvit ; II 
4468 (Aeso) : obalia (sic) merita eivs; 
VIII 15868 (Sicca) frgmt.: avt alivt 

SERVITIVM EXIGERE VELINT ; XII 4393 (Nai'- 
bO, 2 nd ): NEQVE EA SVMMA IN VLLVM ALIVM 

vsvm convertatvr; VI 10234 (Rome, 



ALIV 



ALIV 



249 



2 nd ): NE EAM PECVNIAM ... VELINT IN ALIOS 

vsvs convertere (twice) ; X 107 (Croto): 
neqve (pecuniam) in alios vsvs con- 
verters; IV 1261 (Pompeii, graffito): 
in qva (re) nvl(la)e aliae vices erant 
nisissei (sic) dvlcis(s)im(a)e et pi(i)ssi- 
mae; V 2781 (Patavium, 314) 1. 7 : si 
alms manifestis indi[ciis a]vt argvmentis 
accvsationem svam non potverit con- 
provare (sic). Cf. another redaction, III 
12043 (Lyttus) 1. 17: si a[liis mani- 
festis INDICIIS ATQ_VE ARGVMENTIS ACCV- 
SATIONEIVV [sv]aM NON POTVERIT CONPRO- 

bare: III 13569 (ibid., 4 th ) 1. 14: alms 
manifestis nexi[b]vs sive contractibvs; 
V 2781 (Patanurn, 314) 1. 30: alio 
edicto nostro; VI 266 (Rome, 3 d ): alio 
capite (i. e. « chapter », « heading », of 
document); VIII 20906 (Tipasa,f): clav- 

SVLA IVSTITIAE EST MARTYRIVM VOTIS OPTA- 
RE ; HABES ET ALIAM SIMILEM : AELEMOSINAM 

(sic) viribvs facere. — VI 8456 (Rome): 

NEVE ALIO QVO GENERE ID SEPVLCHRVM ... 

alienare; VI 20989 (Rome): avt inter 

IMMVTARE (SIC) ALIOVE QVO GENERE VEN- 

der(e) avt donare; III 13569 (Lyttus, 
4 th ) 1. 28: astvtia (abl.) officialivm vel 
qvoq_vo alio [g]enere; VIII 11796 
(Mactaris) : ne . . . tpansferatvr, depo- 

NATVR ALIAVE RATIONE AMOVEATVR, NEVE 
AB ALIO [QVO . . .] . 

II. Subst., personal. 

VI 11743 (fiome): evasi, effvgi ! spes 

et fortvna valete! nil mihi voviscvm 

(sic) est. lvdificate alios ! j xi 6435 

(Pisaurum): spes et fortvna valete! nil 

MIHI VOBISCVM EST. ALIOS DELVDITE, QVAE- 

so; III 9623 (Salonae, f) : alios mone: 
vita brebis (sic) est ; V 5930 (Mediola- 
niurn) : q_vod fecit male, qvis melivs?, 
qvod bene NON alivs ; V 8738 (Concor- 
dia, -J*) : qvod tibi fieri non vis, alio 
ne feceris ; VI 20544 (Rome): qvod fe- 
ceris, et tibi alivs faciet ; VI 36653 
(Rome) : ab alio speres, altero (sic) qvid 
feceris; I 1277 = X 5019 = Carin. 
Lat. 181 (Venafrum, B.C.): alei in ve- 

NERIEIS [REBVS REM PERDVNT SVAM C.I.L., 

or vitam contervnt BnechelerJ ; I 204 
(Lex Anton, de Termess., 71 B. C.) II 
11. 7, 14: neiqvis magistratvs prove ma- 
gistratv, legatvs ne[lve] qvis alivs ; 
VI 1527 (Rome, Laud. Turiae, 9-2 B.C.): 

Thes. linguae lat. epigr. 



[licet . . . qv]is alias (= women) no- 
minaverit; II 1964 (Lex Malacil, 81-84) 

LVI: VTI QVISQVE ... PLVRA QVAM ALII 
SVFFRAGIA HABVERIT, and VTI [c]viIVSQVE 
(Sic) NOMEN SORTI DVCTVM ERIT, ITA EVM 
PRIOREM ALIS RENVNTIATO ; XII 3861 (Ne- 

mausus) : in eorvm locvm qvi mortvi 

ERVNT, ALIOS PER SVFFRAGIA SVBSTITVANT ; 

XIII 5708 (Lingones, Test. Galli cu- 
iusdam, 1 st ) 1. 15 : si qvi . . . alivs al<i)- 
ve svbstitvant(vr) ; II 6278 (S. C. Lta- 
license, 176-7) 1. 23: retinerent qvae 
ali institvissent; ib. 1. 4: non sibi sed 

Q_VI LANIENAE ALIORVM PRAETEKERETVR ; VI 

33885 (Rome): alivs qvam negotiator 

EBORARIVS AVT citriarivs ; I 199 = V 

7749 (Genua, Sent. Minucior., 117 B. C.) 
1. 31: dvm ne alivm intro mit(t)at nisi 
Genvatem; V 5050 (Anauni, 46) 1. 36: 
cvm Tridentinis alisve; VIII 2532 = 
18042 (Castra Lambaes., speech of Ha- 
drian, 128) B b: (munitiones) [qvasJ alii 
[per] plvres dies divisis[sentJ; XIII 
2352 (Liigudunum): exemploqve alms 
pericvloso; II 2633 (Asturica, 27): 

omnes alis alivm in fidem CLIENTELAMQVE 

svam . . . recepervnt; VI 17565 (Rome): 
contra alis alio; VI 11131 (Rome) : 

ALIO NEMINE CONTRADICENTE J X 4972 

(Venafrum): sibi et heredi svo ... alio 
nemini; III 8438 (Narona) : (Mi) . . . et 
ali ne(mini); IV 3340 (p. 411) CLV 
(Pompeii, wai-tablet): neqve ea manci- 

PIA . . . ALI VLLI OBLIGATA ESSE J VI 24085 

(Rome) : [semp^er amantes qvorvm [mor- 
tis d]ies alis ali cesservnt; III 567 
(Delphi): Opoentam in mari ... qvae 
nvnc ab aliis Opvs, ab aliis Opoen[ta] 
dicitvr; VIII 10570 (Saltus Burunita- 
nus) : ali[os nos^trvm adprehendi et ve- 
xari, ali[os vinJciri; I p. 319 (Fasti 
Praenestini) : hanc [i. e. Accam Laren- 
ti/iani] (sc. alii) Remi et Rom[vli nv- 

TRICEM, ALIl] MERETRICEM HerCVLIS SCOR- 

tvm [fvisse dic]vnt; I 603 = IX 3513 
(Furfo, lex aedis, 58 B. C.) 1. 10 : alis 
ne potesto; III 2970 (Aenona): (Me) 
ex viso p(osvit) qvod alis vidit; IX 
2029 (Beneventum) : qvaesitvm lvcro 
svo sine fravde aliorvm ; IX 10 (Ne- 
retum, 341): pro aliorvm (sic); Notiz. 
(1888) p. 449 no. 40 = Carm. Lat. 
652 (Rome, f, 368): contemptis aliis 

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AIXK 



ME DICTO [VRB Sic via is; XI 1117 | \ r l !- 

loia, 2 nd ) II I. 5C: adf(inibvs) se et alis; 
ib. VI 1. 83: (Mis) fratrib(vs) etalis; 
III p. 947 (Alburnus Maior, wax-tablet. 

159): ET SI QVI Al.l ADFINES SVNT ; VI 

6308 (Rome): et se et alios vindica- 
vi(t); VIII 12881 (Carthago): offendit 

ME NVNCQVAM (sic), NEC VLl.VM ALIVM ; 

VI 1724 (Koine, 435): (Mi) tam facere 

LAVDANDA QVAM ALIORVM FACTA LAVDARE 

praecipvo; VIII 2202 (near Theveste): 

(Hie) SEMPER SECVRVS VT JWODO ALUS RE- 

ceptvs vivens; VIII 403 (Ainmaedara): 

(ilia) FVI'i ET PVDICIT1A (abl.) QVAM IN 
ALIS NEC FVISSE DICAM, NEC . . . ; V 532 

(Tergeste, 2 nd ) 1. 31 : (ilium) non ali 

Q_VAM [~Pa]tr1AE SVAE NATVM ; XI 671 F 

(Volsinii, gold fibula): tace! noli perie- 

R(ARE) ! EGO TE VIDI ALIa(m) (s)aVIARE ! J 

V 5337 (Comum) : dvos nvtricavi : vnvm 
... amisi, ALivm svperstitem; VI 3221 
(Rome): si svnt ali q_(vi) infer[ri vo- 
lent]; VI 28567 (Rome): si qvis dona- 
tionis vel emancipations cavsa ali tra- 
dere volverit ; VI 16751 (Rome) : si 
qvis [volverit] ... ali tradere; VI 
21667 (Rome): in hoc monvment(o) 
alivm infe[rre] non licet : XIV 3031 
(Praeneste, 2 ud ): ne avt de nomin[e] 
eorvm exeat, avt qvisqvam alivs exte- 
r(vs) ... id sibi conq_[v]irere [velit]; 
X 5921 (Anagnia) : alivs hoc inferetvr 
nemo; IX 405 (Canusium): in hoc mo- 
nimento (sic) ali invri licet nvlli ; III 
658 (Philippi) : si qvis in ea arca alivm 
posverit; III 669 (ibid.): [si qvis in ea] 
arca ali[vm posueriQ; III 684 (ibid.): 

INEAM (sic) ARCAM ALIVM QVI POSVe[rIt] J 

III 706 (ibid.): in ea arca alivm qvi 
posverit; III 2226 (Salonae) : si qvi 

AVTEM . . . SE IPSVM VEL ALIOS . . . PO- 
SVERIT ; III 2509 (ibid.): peto bos (sic), 
fratres, ne qvi alivm [. . . ponat, or the 
like]. 

III. Subst., neuter. 
VI 29952 (Rome): hoc est, sic est, 
alivt fieri non licet ! ; Rev. Arch. 
XXXIX (1901) p. 448 no. 105 (Africa): 

SET (Sic) QVID ALIVT FIERI POTEST NISI 

NATVRAE serviendvm?; VIII 211 (Cil- 
linm, 2 nd ) 1. 36: nil alivt melivs fieri 

NISI VIRIBVS AEVI QVOT POSSIT DVRARE DIV 

svb honore deorvm; V 532 (Tergeste, 



2 nd ): 1. -22: alivt enim vir ita factvs 
non potest facere; XII 592 (Aquae 
Sextiae, f): non alivd vmqvam habvit 
nisi cvm bonitate fidfm; VI 1783 (Rome, 
431): nvnc ... accipite alivd!, and 

ALIOQVE IPSE ETIAM DE INSTITVTIONE ILLIVS 

probatvs; VIII 210 (Cillium, 2 nd ): post 

ALIA, ARCVM QVOQVE ... EREXIT ; I 205 

= XI 1146 (Veleia, Lex Rubria, 49-42 

1>. C.) T 1. 52 : NEIVE QVIS . . . INTERCE- 
DITO NEIVE QVID ALIVD FACITO J II 1964 

(Lex Malacilaaa, 81-84) LVIII: ne q_ms 

INTERCEDITO NEVE Q_VIT ALIVT FACITO ; ib. 
LXIII: VECTIGALIA VLTROQVE TRIBVTA, 
SIVE QVID ALIVT ... LOCARI OPORTEBIT; 

VI 35876 (Rome) : neve qvid alivd ad- 
ver[svs] ea facere liceto ; 111 6866 (Ty- 

mandllS): SI QVA ALIA NECESSARY FACIENDA 

svnt; II 5181 (Lex metal. Vipasc, end 
1 st ) 1. 28: [propter] haec et siqvid alivt 

EIVSDEM BALINEI EXERCENDI CAVSA FECERIT ; 

ib. 1. 33: sive qvid alivt qvod svtores 
vendere debent; I 206 (Lex Lulia Mu- 
nic, 45 B. C.) 1. 122: qveive ... pe- 

CVN1AM, PRAEMIVM ALIVDVE QVID CEPIT ; 

II 5439 (Lex Ursonensis, 44 B. 0.) XCIII 

1. 23.' NEVE . . . DONVM, MVNVS, MERCEDEM 
ALIVTVE QVID KAPITO (sic) ', ib. CXXXII 

1. 29: neve . . . qvit (sic) d[on]vm, mv- 
nvs alivtve qv[it] dato; VI 911 (Rome, 
1 st ) frgmt: inter alia; IV 1837 (Pom- 
peii, graffito) : qvi hoc leget, nvnc qvam 
(sic = nunquam) posteac aliid (sic = 
aled?) legat; VI 826 = 30857 (Rome, 

1 st ): ARBOREM PONERE ALIVDVE QVID SE- 

rere; VI 25393 (Rome): neqvis velit 

AMPLIVS POST ME IN HOC TVMVLO ALIVT 

inferre; XI 125 (Ravenna): si qvis ante 

HANC ARCAM QVID ALIVD POSVEr(it) ; III 

10092 (Nigra Corcyra): ne aliqvis vel 
et alivm (inferre voluerit, or the like). — 
As adverbial ace, X 4787 (Teanum Si- 
dicinnm): cvivs dolorem accepit alivt 

NVLLVM NISI MO