Latin Inscriptions, 1896-1926 by Allen Brown West

By Allen Brown West

This presentation of 226 Latin inscriptions came upon through the early years of excavation at Corinth is split into major sections: Inscriptions of the Republican interval and Inscriptions of the Imperial interval. every one inscribed piece of stone is defined intimately and any readable texts are transcribed and commented on.

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This presentation of 226 Latin inscriptions discovered throughout the early years of excavation at Corinth is split into major sections: Inscriptions of the Republican interval and Inscriptions of the Imperial interval. each one inscribed piece of stone is defined intimately and any readable texts are transcribed and commented on.

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823 note), undoubtedly belonged to the governor's household, though the exact relationship is uncertain. The name Sagaris may be taken as an indication that our identification of Julianus is correct,for it is Anatolian also, being the name of a river in Phrygia. One wonders whether Caristanius Sagaris may not have been the Sagaris of Martial's enigmatic epigram, viii, 58, for, whether or not was intended, the epigram would have more point if it had a pun in the word sagmzon reference to the personal foibles of a member of a distinguished Roman household with Anatolian connections.

1 G. V, 2, 541, 542; V, 1, 1243, if this is not earlier). To this period we must assign many of Laco's Corinthian honors. The inscription was erected under Claudius. Both Laco and his son Spartiaticus were associated with the imperial cult, Laco as flamen Augusti and agonothetes of the Caesarean games on the Isthmus. As the presidency of the games was one of the highest honors in the power of the colony to bestow, we do not hesitate to assign it to the period immediately before the erection of Laco's inscription; and as the games were pentaeteric,not trieteric like the Isthmia (cf.

Julius, 484. If our identification is accepted, the inscription confirms Mommsen's conjecture (Si/f. Akad. R. III, 174) was written F. I. seouVeov instead of TL. sVouQpov,as it appears in Hamilton's copy printed in C. G. 4033. It will be convenient here to summarize what is known about his family and his honors. He was descended from kings and tetrarchs, and his family probably LATIN INSCRIPTIONS 39 received citizenship under Augustus; as the name C. Julius and the tribe Fabia indicate. They were prominent in Galatia, and one of them became a Roman senator during the reign of Nero.

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