The corpus inscriptionum latinarum cil is a comprehensive collection of ancient latin inscriptions it forms an authoritative source for documenting the surviving epigraphy of classical antiquity public and personal inscriptions throw light on all aspects of roman life and history the. We would like to show you a description here but the site wont allow us. Most of the latin inscriptions now in the jhu museum were acquired by harry langford wilson in the winter of 1906 1907 in rome wilson was professor of roman archaeology and epigraphy at johns hopkins and stayed at the american academy in rome during the academic year of 1906 1907 which gave him the chance to purchase the inscriptions and have them shipped to baltimore. the latin inscriptions of rome is a delight one to which i shall turn and to which i shall send my students when in rome and which i recommend to everyone interested in gaining a wealth of detailed information about the epigraphic habit and its importance to our understanding not just of ancient rome but of every era of the eternal city
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