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Last Updated on 17 Mar 2017

Author: Loredana Cappelletti

CAPInv. 1110: U-SIS-002

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-002

III. DATE

i. Date(s) ii (?) AD

V. SOURCES

i. Source(s) CIL X 2072 (ii AD?)
Online Resources TM 536301
i.a. Source type(s) Epigraphic source(s)
i.b. Document(s) typology & language/script Funerary inscription set up to Antonius by his brother Ponticus together with his colleagues (cum collegis eius) (CIL X 2072, l. 4).
ii. Source(s) provenance Maybe found in Pozzuoli.

VII. ORGANIZATION

ix. Privileges If, as seems very probable, the association owned a burial ground (see VIII.ii.), 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 More than two members.
ii. Gender Men
Note Attested individuals are men: Antonius and Ponticus.
iii. Age Adults
Note Antonius was 25 years old as he died.
iv. Status Based on onomastics, the members seem of a lower-class status.
v. Relations Two members, Antonius and Ponticus, were brothers.

XII. NOTES

iii. Bibliography 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: Waltzing 1900: vol. IV, 206 no. 69.