Graffito naming Epicurus

A(?) Epicurus
si es Utica

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Translation: A(ulus?) Epicurus, if you are at Utica . . .
Findspot: Herculaneum, House of the Mosaic Atrium (IV.2)
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Language: Latin
Writing Style: Graffito/incised
Apparatus Criticus: Textus secundum (1)
v. 2: II scriptum pro littera E
Bibliography: CIL 04, 10515 (1)
Link to EDR: #EDR140172
Suggested Citation: 'Graffito naming Epicurus', The Ancient Graffiti Project Search Engine, <http://ancientgraffiti.org/Graffiti/graffito/AGP-EDR140172> [accessed: 15 Dec 2017]

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