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Tituli Operum Publicorum

(iv) Tituli Operum Publicorum

1 22XI C. Cinci | Q. . . . aidile P. | C. . . . . pleib. | probavcio

Cf. C.I.L., I, 2, 21 (c. 260 b.c.): P. Claudio A[p.f.]|C. Fourio [. . .] aidiles

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III (on side of pillar at the top) X (near foot of pillar).

2 24Aid. cur. Ve[l]|itern[u]s lo[c]|avit eisde|m aid. pl. prob. 3 2661[P]e. Remo Pe. f., T. Carpniu. . . . . o, Tit. Titu[le]no V. | f. macistres faciedo corave[ru] | nt; heice lemena locata p. MC | cos. C. Casio P. Licnio. 4 635Ser. Folvius Q. f. Flaccus cos. muru. locavit | de manubies. VE/
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Inscriptions on Public Works

(iv) Inscriptions on and Concerning Public Works

1

Milestone? on the Ostian Road. Column of stone, c. 300 b.c.

11 Gaius Cincius, aedile of the plebs. Acceptably completed 1 by Quintus . . ., and Publius Cornelius.

2

Contract by an aedile. Origin unknown. 3rd century b.c.

A curule 2 aedile of Velitrae let out by contract and likewise, as aedile of the plebs, acceptably completed the work.

3

Public works at a place unknown, 171 b.c. Now lost.

Petro Remos, son of Petro, Titus Carpinius . . ., Titus Titulenos son of Vibius, overseers, superintended the construction of this work. Here were laid thresholds 3 . . . in the consulship of Gaius Cassius and Publius Licinius.

4

Wall built by Servius Fulvius, consul, 135 b.c. On stone found at S. Angelo in a wall (probably dedicatory).

Servius Fulvius Flaccus, consul, son of Quintus, let out the making of this wall by contract out of spoils-money. 4

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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.archaic_latin_inscriptions_i_inscriptions_proper_inscriptions_public_works.1940