Inscriptions from IL.Urb.UI.SM

The Spurlock Museum of World Cultures (formerly World Heritage Museum) at the University of Illinois in Urbana has a small collection of inscribed antiquities, including two ancient Greek artifacts, three Latin epitaphs, two fragments of stamped lead waterpipes, one bronze dedicatory plaque, and a clayware jug with the maker's stamp. Only one text, a Greek juror's token, has been published. The Museum also possesses a teaching collection of plaster casts of well known or representative Greek and Latin inscriptions, including several panels of the Res Gestae Divi Augusti from Ankara, Turkey.

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