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Postby Horatius Piscinus on Tue Dec 10, 2002 9:56 pm

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CIL 32323

153 / ludis scaenicis dimissis h(ora) [3] iuxta eum locum ubi sacrificium erat factum superioribus noctibus et
154 / theatrum positum et sc[ae]na metae positae quadrigaeq(ue) sunt missae et desultores misit Potitus Messalla
153-4: When the theatrical games had ended at the [?] hour, close by that place where sacrifice had been made on the previous nights and a theatre had been set up and a stage, turning posts were set up and chariot racing was presented; Potitus Mesalla presented trick riders.

155 / edictumque propositum [e]st in haec verba XVvir(i) s(acris) f(aciundis) dic(unt)
156 / ludos quos honorarios [d]ierum VII adiecimus ludis sollemnibus committemus Nonis Iun(iis) Latinos in theatro
157 / ligneo quod est ad Tiberim h(ora) II Graecos thymelicos in theatro Pompei h(ora) III Graecos asti[cos i]n thea[tro quod est]
158 / in circo Flaminio h(ora) I[III 3] / intermisso die qui fuit p[ridie Non(as) Iun(ias) 3]
155-8: And an edict was issued in the following words: ?The quindecimviri sacris faciundis decree: We have added seven extra days of games to the holy rites of the games, and we shall commence them on the Nones of June (5 June) with plays in Latin in the wooden theatre which is next to the Tiber at the second hour; Greek shows in the theatre of Pompey at the third hour; Greek stage plays in the theatre which is in the Circus Flaminius at the fourth hour.?
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Postby Horatius Piscinus on Tue Dec 10, 2002 9:58 pm

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CIL 32323

159 There is a gap in the inscription for the day before the Nones of June (4 June).

160 / Nonis Iun(iis) ludi sunt com[missi honorarii dierum VII Latini in]
161 / theatro ligneo Graeci thy[melici in theatro Pompei Graeci astici in theatro quod est in circo Flaminio]
160-1: On the Nones of June (5 June), [seven extra days] games were commenced: [Plays in Latin were given] in the wooden theatre; Greek shows [in the theatre of Pompey; Greek stage plays in the theatre which is in the Circus Flaminius.]

162 / a(nte) d(iem) III Eid(us) Iun(ias) edictum propo[situm est in haec verba XVviri s(acris) f(aciundis) dic(unt)]
163 / pr(idie) Eid(us) Iun(ias) venationem dabim[us 3 et ludos circenses committemus]
162-3: Three days before the Ides of June (11 June), an edict was issued in the following words: ?The quindecimviri sacris faciundis decree: On the day before the Ides of June (12 June) we shall present a hunting display [in?and we shall commence circus games.]

164 / pr(idie) Eid(us) pompa praelata puer[orum maiorum minorumque turmae Troiam luserunt]
165 / M(arcus) Agrippa quadrigas [misit et venatio in 3 facta est]
164-5: On the day before the Ides of June (12 June), a procession was led past, and [squadrons] of boys [older and younger played the Trojan Game.] Marcus Agrippa [presented] the chariot racing [and a hunting display was performed in?]

166 / haec omnia peracta sunt XV[viris s(acris) f(aciundis) Imp(eratore) Caesare Augusto M(arco) Agrippa Q(uinto) Lepido Potito Messalia L(ucio) Censorino]
167 / Cn(aeo) Pompeio C(aio) Stolone C(aio) S[caevola C(aio) Sosio C(aio) Norbano M(arco) Cocceio M(arco) Lollio C(aio) Sentio M(arco) Strigone L(ucius) Arruntio]
168 / [[[C(aio) Asinio Gallo]]] M(arco) Mar[cello D(ecimo) Laelio Q(uinto) Tuberone C(aio) Rebilo Messalia Messallino]

166-8: All these things were conducted by the quindecimviri sacris faciundis: the emperor Caesar Augustus, Marcus Agrippa, Quintus Lepidus, Potitus Messalla, Lucius Censorinus, Cnaeus Pompeius, Caius Stolo, Caius [Scaevola, Caius Sosius, Caius Norbanus, Marcus Cocceius, Marcus Lollius, Caius Sentius, Marcus Strigo, Lucius Arruntius], Caius Asinius Gallus, Marcus Marcellus, [Decimus Laelius, Quintus Tubero, Caius Rebilus, Messalla Messallinus].
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Postby Horatius Piscinus on Tue Dec 10, 2002 10:04 pm

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M Moravi Horati Piscine wrote:
CIL 32323

149 / carmen composuit Q(uintus) Hor[ati]us Flaccus


The poem of Horace that is mentioned here is available, too. I made a translation of it some time ago, if you would care to insert it.

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Postby Quintus Aurelius Orcus on Sun Jan 19, 2003 3:29 pm

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Sorry for the late reply. Sure post it so i can insert it in the text.
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