et Satura

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Findspot: Herculaneum, The Grand Taberna (IV.15-16)
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Drawing Category: Gladiators
Language: Latin
Writing Style: Graffito/incised
  • Graffito Length: 14.6
  • Min Letter Height: 0.9
  • Max Letter Height: 2.8
Apparatus Criticus: Textus secundum (1), contulerunt et non invenerunt Helms, Hicks, Nyhuis, Rasmussen, et Rebman a. 2014.
v. 2: gladiator ad loc. CIL 04, 04307 Saturia vocatur
Bibliography: CIL 04, 10528 (1)
S. Evangelisti, Epigrafia Anfiteatrale dell'Occidente Romano. Vol. VIII: Regio Italie I, 1: Campania praeter Pompeios, 2011, Roma, p. 66, cat. 34 (2)
Link to EDR: #EDR140190
Suggested Citation: 'Graffito', The Ancient Graffiti Project Search Engine, <> [accessed: 18 Jun 2018]

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