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Last Updated on 17 Mar 2017

Author: Loredana Cappelletti

CAPInv. 1109: U-SIS-001

I. LOCATION

i. Geographical area Southern Italy with Sicily
ii. Region Campania
iii. Site Pozzuoli (anc.Puteoli)

II. NAME

i. Association with unknown name U-SIS-001

III. DATE

i. Date(s) 151 - 250 AD

V. SOURCES

i. Source(s) CIL X 2104 (AD 151-250)
Note EDR115894; Tuck 2005: 62 no. 78.
Online Resources TM 256673 and EDR115894
i.a. Source type(s) Epigraphic source(s)
i.b. Document(s) typology & language/script Latin funerary inscription set up to Arruntius Capricornus by his collega C. Arrius Philadelphus, by his daughter Lucceia Vitalis and by his wife Misena.
i.c. Physical format(s) Fragmentary white marble slab.
ii. Source(s) provenance Found in Pozzuoli, the exact find spot is unknown.

VII. ORGANIZATION

ix. Privileges If, as seems very probable, the association owned a burial ground, all members were offered the possibility of being buried there.

VIII. PROPERTY AND POSSESSIONS

ii. Realty It seems very probable that the association owned a burial ground, see Waltzing 1895: vol. I, 286-91.

IX. MEMBERSHIP

i. Number Surely two attested members, Arruntius Capricornus and C. Arrius Philadelphus. Four members, if Lucceia Vitalis and her mother were members as well.
ii. Gender Men
Women
Note Surely male members: Arruntius Capricornus and C.Arrius Philadelphus. Maybe female members too, if including Lucceia Vitalis, daughter of Capricornus, and her mother Misena.
iii. Age Adults
Elders
Note Arruntius Capricornus was 75 years old as he died. His collega was adult or elder. His daughter (accepting she was a member of the collegium) was almost surely adult; his wife (accepting she was a member of the collegium) was adult or elder.
iv. Status Some elements in the text indicate a lower-class status of the members, e.g. the use of the term tatula (l. 5), see Tuck 2005: 62.
v. Relations Accepting that Lucceia Vitalis and Misena were members of the association, family relations are attested.

XII. NOTES

iii. Bibliography Tuck, S.L. (2005), Latin Inscriptions in the Kelsey Museum. The Dennison and De Criscio Collections. Ann Arbor.
Waltzing, J.P. (1895-1900), √Čtude historique sur les corporations professionnelles chez les Romains depuis les origines jusqu'√† la chute de l'Empire d'Occident, I-IV. Louvain.

XIII. EVALUATION

i. Private association Certain
Note Burial association, see Waltzing IV 1900: 206 no. 70. Priestly collegium, see Tuck 2005: 62.