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Thunnus Nostrum

  • Steven Adolf
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Abstract

Quintus Pupius Urbicus could afford to be satisfied. Having been named governor of the town of Baelo Claudia in the province of Baetica, Hispania Ulterior, he was a source of pride to his parents. They had a marble altar stone specially chiselled for their Urbicus so that everyone could read it: ‘For Quintus Pupius Urbicus, beloved son of the family of Galeria, co-governor of Baelo Claudia. From your father, Quintus Pupius Genetivus and your mother, Innia Eleuthera.’

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  • Steven Adolf
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  1. 1.AmsterdamThe Netherlands

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