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Coli. 1: Cf. above, No. 25, ad I. 1. 2: ClL: "Vv. 3 traduntur VEIVRII\E • SEMI\E / HONORAIAE OR". 3: for the reading by ClL see ad 1. 2; cf. Taylor, Ostia, p. 52. 68 4-5: Cf. Waltzing I-IV; E. Kornemann, Collegium in RE IV 1 (1900) , 380-480; G. ), pp. 1295-1297. Letter heights: AI. 1: 28; I. 2-3: 20 mm. B (the lettering of this part is rather irregular) I. I: sloping from 28 to 20; I. 2: sloping from 23 to 18; I. 3: sloping from 20 to 15 mm. A-left of a vertical line. Maenalus / pediseq(uorum) / dec(urio).
DA IV II (n Signum III . d) . , pp . 1325-1336, esp . p. 13 Rectangular marble base. Found in the garden of S. Maria dell'Ort? in T;astevere in 1861, in the foundations" della nuova jabbrica de'tabacchl, now Monopoli di Stato" . 42 Cf. No. 10 for information of a more general nature. 1. 1: Bon(ae) Deae Restitut(ae): Cf. No. 11. 1. 2: in tut(elam): Cf. -A. ), pp. 553-554; W. Ehlers, Tutela 4 (Romische Schutzgottin) in RE VII A 2 (1948), colI. 15991600; E. Sachers, Tutela 1-3 in RE VII A 2 (1948), colI.
1. 2: in tut(elam): Cf. -A. ), pp. 553-554; W. Ehlers, Tutela 4 (Romische Schutzgottin) in RE VII A 2 (1948), colI. 15991600; E. Sachers, Tutela 1-3 in RE VII A 2 (1948), colI. 1497-1599 (legal). 1. 2-3: insul(ae) / Bolan(i): This is the CIL reading followed by Savage, Trastevere, p. 52, note 148. lLS read: insul(ae) / Bolan (ianae) , and so does Sticotti, Epigraji, p. 244 (Insula Bolaniana). For Bolanus cf. No. 10 above. In view of the circumstance that door-plates are found with the name of the owner in the genitive as well as instances of an adjectival form of the owner's name neither the CIL reading nor that of lLS need expressly be preferred.