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A "poet" in the military camp at Tilurium / Mirjana Sanader ; Marina MIlićević Bradač ; Dino Demicheli.

By: Sanader, Mirjana.
Contributor(s): Demicheli, Dino [aut] | Milićević Bradač, Marina [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 483-491 str.Subject(s): Tilurium, carmina epigraphica, legio VII, poet, stelae In: XVIIth Roman military equipment conference (2010 ; Zagreb) Rimska vojna oprema u pogrebnom kontekstu. Radovi XVII. ROMEC-a = Weapons and military equipment in a funerary context. Proceedings of the XVIIth Roman Military Equipment Conference = Militaria als Grabbeilage. Akten der 17. Roman Military Equipment Conference str. 483-491Summary: The paper deals with four funerary versified inscriptions from Tilurium that mention deceased soldiers of the VII legion. It is presumed that in Tilurium was the "poet" or few of them who invented the verses for the Tilurian stelae or compiled the already known verses from sepulchral poetry all around the Empire and put them into the inscription.
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The paper deals with four funerary versified inscriptions from Tilurium that mention deceased soldiers of the VII legion. It is presumed that in Tilurium was the "poet" or few of them who invented the verses for the Tilurian stelae or compiled the already known verses from sepulchral poetry all around the Empire and put them into the inscription.

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