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A latin Votive inscription to pagan deities, probably from ancient Ganuenta (Netherlands)

Hercules

Example of an inscription displayed on the wall of a Hercules Temple. Storage place: on the southern wall of the St. Georg’s Church of Spittal; Carinthia; Austria. Lupa No.: 4793

Caracalla

Example of an inscription in honor of Emperor Cracalla from Flavia Solva / Noricum (1st Century AC). Storage place: Museum:Seggauberg – Schloss Seggau; Styria; Austria. Lupa No.: 5147

Rome, S. Sebastiano fuori-le-mura

Rome, S. Sebastiano fuori-le-mura, sandstone quarry. Epitaph of Atimetvs (ICVR V, 12892). Late 2nd century.

Rome, catacomb of Domitilla

Rome, catacomb of Domitilla. Epitaph of Demetrios and Leontia in a mix of Greek and Latin, with an anchor, monogramme of Christ, and bird (ICVR, III 7249). First decades of 4th century.

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Dedicatory inscription from the pavement of the forum of ancient Segobriga (Spain)

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Base for statue dedicated to the ‘Fides’ and ‘Virtus’ of the emperor’s soldiers; the name of the general (magister utriusque militiae) Stilicho erased, probably after his downfall in 408. Rome, Forum Romanum, 406.

Pozzuoli

Pozzuoli, ancient Puteoli (Roman province of Campania, Italy): statue base for Quintus Flavius Maesius Egnatius Lollianus, former governor of Campania and patron of a region of Puteoli. AD 334-342.

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Eagle 2014 conference in Paris: the Poster

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Here’s our amazing poster for the Eagle 2014 conference in Paris! Heartfelt thanks to École Normale Supérieure and Collège de France Chaire Religion, institutions et...