The contribution provides the critical edition of an unpublished funerary inscription of the Roman town of Altinum. The inscription is characterised by four aspects: opistography, the mention of a pater patronus, the insertion of a clause of ‘affective prose’, and the presence of formulae related to the ‘dialogue with the passerby’ scheme. The study reconstructs the original epigraphic situation, and highlights the promoter’s self-representative strategies.

The contribution provides the critical edition of an unpublished funerary inscription of the Roman town of Altinum. The inscription is characterized by four aspects: opistography, the mention of a pater patronus, the insertion of a clause of ‘affective prose’, and the presence of formulae related to the ‘dialogue with the passerby’ scheme. The study reconstructs the original epigraphic situation, and highlights the promoter’s self-representative strategies.

Un surplus auto-rappresentativo. La stele funeraria del liberto Lucius Ancharius Crescens ad Altino

Cresci G.
2019-01-01

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The contribution provides the critical edition of an unpublished funerary inscription of the Roman town of Altinum. The inscription is characterised by four aspects: opistography, the mention of a pater patronus, the insertion of a clause of ‘affective prose’, and the presence of formulae related to the ‘dialogue with the passerby’ scheme. The study reconstructs the original epigraphic situation, and highlights the promoter’s self-representative strategies.
Il dono di Altino. Scritti di archeologia in onore di Margherita Tirelli
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