New Indications of Augustan Editing in the Capitoline Fasti

@article{Taylor1951NewIO,
  title={New Indications of Augustan Editing in the Capitoline Fasti},
  author={Lily Ross Taylor},
  journal={Classical Philology},
  year={1951},
  volume={46},
  pages={73 - 80}
}
  • L. R. Taylor
  • Published 1 April 1951
  • History
  • Classical Philology
IN A RECENT article on Professor Degrassi's great edition of the consular and triumphal Fasti (CP, XLV [19501,84-95) I argued that the Capitoline Fasti were inscribed not, as Degrassi believes, on the arch voted to Octavian in 31-30 B.C. but on the arch erected in 1817 after the return of the Parthian standards. Evidence from the text of the Fasti which accords with this date had already been presented in an earlier paper which I wrote before the Fasti were proved to have been on the arch and… 
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