Three Pompeian Wall–Inscriptions, and Petronius

@article{Todd1939ThreePW,
  title={Three Pompeian Wall–Inscriptions, and Petronius},
  author={Frank A. Todd},
  journal={The Classical Review},
  year={1939},
  volume={53},
  pages={5 - 9}
}
  • F. A. Todd
  • Published 1 February 1939
  • History
  • The Classical Review
C.I.L. IV. 3494 consists of inscriptions which accompany four crude paintings found on a wall in a caupona at Pompeii. The paintings are reproduced, accurately enough, I assume, for our present purpose, in Pierre Gusman's Pompti, pp. 239-240; the text of the inscriptions, in copying which Gusman has been less accurate, I take from the C.I.L., using a stroke to indicate the distribution of lines. 

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