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cippus

A small pillar for commemorative inscriptions, boundary markers, gravestones, etc.
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On Cyprus, the most commonly used type of funerary monument, a cylindrical cippus, was also almost exclusively made out of limestone.
Bulla Ager Veientanus Aeolus Carians Agriculture (1/2 col + refs Aequi Carthaginians to butchery, farming Agylla (caere) Aesaronenses Celts acroteria Africa, North Chariot Alalia (see Corsica) Agamemnon Cimmmerians Alban hills Aita (Hades) Cippus Albegna valley Ajax (plate ref.) Coins
Such collusion with the ancient sources can be illustrated also by the mention of Cippus later in the poem;(7) misreading or forgetfulness elsewhere bred such imposters as 'the Proconnesian man that Atheus hight'.(8) In the second half of the opening stanza, it would seem that some such error has obscured the intended reference.
If we leave aside the early cairns corresponding to Robertson Smith's original piles of rocks, the stone monuments recovered are of two kinds: the cippus, an architectural term for a short, rectangular, sculptured column, and the stele.
Sive cippus et threnoidia in duos Jesuitas et centum circiter Gregarios pontificios: quos...aedes collapsae...neci dederunt (London, 1627, S.T.C.
has, on its reverse, a cippus inscribed 'imperatori Caesari Augusto communi consensu';(31) this might, on its own, be taken as a reference to general political support, but a dupondius of Gaius, commemorating Augustus, offers an expanded version of the same slogan: 'consensu senat(us) et eq(uestris) ordini(is) p(opuli)q(ue) R(omani)'.(32) Above all, the Tabula Siarensis now offers what looks very much like an exact parallel to the consensus universorum of R.G.
cippus (Hewitson, 1859), pero por sus alas angulosas se debe adscribir al presente grupo de Mesosemias.