File:Borghese villa gladiator mosaic.jpg

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Villa Borghese gladiator mosaic (CIL VI 10206 (sic, not 10296) = AE 1991, 78)

Español: Mosaico galdiatorio depositado en la villa Borghese en roma, correspondiente con CIL VI 10296 = AE 1991, 78:
Français : Mosaïque des Gladiateurs, déposée à la villa Borghese de Rome, CIL VI, 10206 = EAOR-01, 00113 = AE 1991, 78
Latina: transcriptio:
Licentiosus/ [------]// Purpureus/ Entinus/ Baccibus// Astacius// Astacius/ Astivus ∅ [=obitus]// Iaculator// [------]/ Rodan[---] ∅ // Melitio// Talamonius/ Aureus ∅ // Cupido ∅ / Bellerefons// [------]/ Pampineus// PI[---]// Arius// Eliacer// Melea[ger(?)]/ [------]// [---]us vic(it)// Mazicinus/ Alumnus vic(it)// Ideus r(e)t(iarius)// Callimorfus/ Mazicinus// [---]us vic(it)/ Callimorfus// Serpeneus// Sabatius


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  • 2006-02-23 16:10 Neddyseagoon 366×249×8 (36869 bytes) Villa Borghese gladiator mosaic

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current09:01, 11 March 2019Thumbnail for version as of 09:01, 11 March 20191,095 × 446 (211 KB)L'Homme Presse (talk | contribs)same pic, best quality
18:17, 11 July 2016Thumbnail for version as of 18:17, 11 July 2016354 × 236 (35 KB)Alonso de Mendoza (talk | contribs)Cropped 3 % horizontally and 5 % vertically using CropTool with precise mode.
10:53, 17 April 2007Thumbnail for version as of 10:53, 17 April 2007366 × 249 (36 KB)Chewie (talk | contribs)

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