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30 August 2012


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judith weingarten

Adrian, Since you're showing the beach where Caligula did not come ashore, may I give a link to a statue from Arbeia that he never saw: the marvellous tombstone of Regina, wife of Baratas the Palmyran (sic). The story is at http://judithweingarten.blogspot.it/2011/08/little-queen-at-hadrians-wall.html


A fantastic blog post. Thanks so much for sharing it.


I saw the "Caligula 1400 days of Terror" documentary the other night. There was part of an inscription shown several times toward the end. "Senatus" was clearly visible. However there was a word partly obscured underneath. Is there an image available of the whole inscription?


Apologies for the delay in responding, I had been hoping to get hold of a copy of the doc to check. Bear with me, as soon as I do, I will check which ones it is.

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