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Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti VI. ULPII AUGUSTI LIBERTI
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. A[---]
6.3880 = 32464
D[---] / CORNELIA MO[---] / BUBASTIACA FE[cit sibi et] / M ULPIO AUG LIB A[- --] / MARITO QU[--- / li]BERT[---]
*On the rites of Bubastis, the Egyptian cat-headed godess frequently linked
with Isis, see D 4373 n. 1; cf. 705 (Ostoria Successa, wife of T. Flavius Aug. lib.
Ampliatus, as sacerdos Bubastium).746
M. Ulpius Aug. l. Abascantus (1)
6.8479 = D 1602
D M / FLAVIAE ZETHE CONIUGI / CARISSIMAE VIX ANN XXII / M ULPIUS AUG L ABASCANTUS / TABULARIUS OPER PUBLIC / ET SIBIPOSTERISQUE EIUS M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Abascantus (2)
6.8627
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB / ABASCANTO QUI FUIT / CUSTOS A COMMENTARIS / BENEFICIORUM FECIT / FLAVIA PALLAS CONIUGI / B MET CAECILIUS ARTEMIDORUS / FILIUS EIUS SIBI ET SUIS LIBERTIS /LIBERTABUSQUE POSTERISQUE / EORUM *7: Caecilius Artemidorus was perhaps the freeborn son of a previousmarriage; but, in that case, note the second wife with nomen of previousdynasty; she cannot be assumed to be an Imperial freedwoman.
M. Ulpius Aug. l. Abascantus (3)
6.18408 = 35306
D M / FLAVIAE PRISCAE / M ULPIUS AUG L / ABASCANTUS / BENE Ulpius Aug. lib. Abascantus (4)
RAC 3, 1926, 177
[---] DAPHNO F M[---] / ULPIO AUG LIB ABASCANTO / CONIUGI B M FECER ET / SIBI POSTERISQ SU[is] *Solin 847.
Abasc(antus) Aug. l. (5)
15.569; cf. LSO 487
*’(opus) Sulp(icianum) d(e) f(iglinis) Abasc(anti) Aug(usti) l(iberti)’.
Orbicular brick stamp, dated to the period of Trajan (Steinby 90), recorded byMarini as: ‘d f Abasc Aug Sulp’. The Ostian variation consists of a rectangularfor an orbicular stamp shape, to distinguish smaller from the larger bricksproduced (cf. Steinby, LSO ad loc.).
Setälä (43, 250, 266) registers Abascantus as dominus (i.e. owner) of the land
on which the ‘clay district’ of the figlinae Sulpicianae is located, following the
formula ‘de figlinis + genitive’ as indicating ownership of the land in question.
He thus becomes one of only two freedmen, both Augusti liberti, to qualify as
domini in the brick stamp corpus, although the one-name stamp also implies that
he was a brick producer (officinator) as well as landowner (dominus). The
dominus status of the other Imperial freedman, Agathyrsus Aug. lib. (1321), is
confirmed in several different binominal stamps, characteristic of the second
century, in which he is named as owner according to the formula ‘ex pr(aedis) +
genitive, along with an officinator who was responsible for the overall
organization of brick production (see Helen 89ff.) The case of Abascantus,
however, who only appears on one-name stamps, is more problematic. For the
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti complex pattern of domini involved in the production of opus Sulpicianumprecisely in the early 2nd C. before AD123, see esp. Steinby 89-92, who allowsthat many on these single-name stamps could be officinatores (cf. the Dressel’slist, CIL 15.1, p.157-6). By AD 138 the emperor was the sole dominus onstamps of the opus Sulpicianum (Steinby 91). The role of Imperial freedmenand slaves in the brick industry in the preceding period merits furtherinvestigation.
Land in the neighbourhood of Rome, including ‘clay district’ land, most of whose
owners in the period after Hadrian were either members of the Imperial family or
of the senatorial order, was at a premium. It is strange indeed then to find
elsewhere, on a one-name brick stamp of the year 123, a slave, albeit an
Imperial slave , Anteros Caes. n. ser. (3756), claimed as the dominus of such
land: ‘dol(iare) ex fig(linis) Anterotis Caes(aris) n(ostri) ser(vi)’ (15.810). On
what legal basis such ownership could be based, it is difficult to speculate
(Setälä 59). Unless, of course, despite the ‘ex figlinis’ formula, the slave was
simply the officinator operating on land belonging to, say the emperor, as one
might assume from his other brick stamps, dated from before and after that year
(Bloch, BL 17), e.g. 15.811a-c: ‘dol(iare Anterotis Severi(ani) Caesaris n(ostri)’.
That is certainly possible later in the second century, e.g. 15.757: ‘ex praedis
Aug(usti) nos(tri), ex f(iglinis) Pompei Heli’; and, for a slave, 1063: ‘op(us)
dol(iare) ex p(raedis) Dom(itiae) Luc(illae), ex fig(linis) Quartionis’, cf. 1064: ‘ex
figlinis Lucillaes, Quartionis’ (see Helen 72-5).
M. Ulpius Acamas Aug. lib.
6.29128
D M / M ULPIO / ACAMANT / AUG LIB / FEC COIUX / LUCCEIA / AGA[---] M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Achilleus
6.8874a
D M / M ULPIO AUG / LIB ACHILLEO / PRAEPOSITO / LECTIKA[riorum / --- / -- Ulpia Aug. lib. Acte
6.8821
(a) D M / ULPIAE / AUG LIB ACTE / CONIUGI / OPTIMAE / CALLISTUS AUG / DISPE<n>SATOR(b) DECESSIT / IIII IDUS / DECEMBRES / ORFI[to] ET / PRIS[ci] NO / COS M. Ulpius Aug. l. Aeglus
6.8686 = D 1577
M ULPIUS / AUG L AEGLUS / PROC MAUSOLAEI / IMAGINEM / CORINTHEAM / TRAIANI CAESARIS / COLLEG FAENARIOR / D D *3: ‘Mausolaeum’ = tomb of Augustus and family (Suet. Aug. 100.4; Strabo5.3).
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Agathangelus (1)
6.29377
D M S / ULPIAE ONESIMES / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / AGATHANGELUS / M. Ulpius Agathangelus (2) Aug. libertus
14.5175 = IPO A.252 = AE 1981, 166
DIS MANIBUS / M ULPIUS AGATHANGELUS / AUG LIBERTUS / ET CONSILIA TYCHE FECERUNT / SIBI ET SUIS LIBERIS LIBERTISLIBERTAB/QUE POSTERISQUE EORUM ITU AMBITU / HOC MONIM EREDENON SEQUETUR / IN FR PED XVIII IN AGR PED XL Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Agathonicus (Aug. lib.)
6.8985
D M / M ULPIO / AGATHONICO / PAEDAGOGO / A CAPUT AFRI/CE *For absence of status indication, cf. (1405): A(elius) Acmazon and 6.1052 =
[1962a]:Eumenianus. On imperial paedagogi and the ad Caput Africae, see
Mohler 264ff.; cf. Boulvert (1) 297 nn. 222-5
Agathyrsus Aug. lib.
14.2161
(a) [p]LOTINAE / AUGUSTAE / IMP CAESARIS / [n]ERVAE TRAIANI / [a]UG GERM DACICI / [a]GATHYRSUS / AUG LIB
(b) PLOTINAE / AUG / IMP TRAIANI / AUG P P / AGATHYRSUS / AUG LIB
*Possibly ‘Aug(ustae) lib.’ (see 1321 + n.).
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Agilis (1)
6.29132
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB / AGILI FECIT IULIA / PHYLLIS CONIUGI / BENE M. Ulpius Augg. lib. Agilis (2)
6.29133
[d] M / M ULPIO AUGG LIB / AGILI / BENE MERENTI / QUI VIXIT ANNIS XV / MENS VIII DIEB II[---] *If this is an Imperial freedman who served under successive emperors, butnevertheless died under the age of 16, this is one of several of the otherwiserare Augustorum liberti of any age in the period from Claudius to Hadrian who,for some reason, were manumitted at an exceptionally early age in the Fam.
Caes. (Weaver 68f., 101f.+ n. 3.) On the general question of Augustorum liberti,and in particular those manumitted before 161, see Chantraine 225ff., andHistoria 24, 1975, 603ff. dismissing the possibility of joint-manumission beforethis date.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Alcibiades
6.8906
DIS MANIBUS / M ULPI AUG LIB / ALCIBIADIS / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / M. Ulp(ius) Alexander Aug. lib.
3.1998 = D 1528
M ULP ALEXAN/DER AUG LIB / AB AUCTORIT / M ULP ASIATIC / F M ULP ALEXAN / M ULP THEODOR / LIB ULP PROCL / VERNACULA [---] *3: ‘ab auctorit(atibus)’, documents guaranteeing ownership in the formaltransfer of property.
M. Ulpius Amandus Augusti libertus
NS 1922, 411, n. 3
D M VOLUMNIAE THREPTE / M ULPIUS AMANDUS / AUGUSTI LIBERTUS / M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Ampliatus
(1) 6.31029
SILVANO / S S / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / AMPLIATUS CUSTOS / ARAM LIBENS / NUMINI SILVANI / SANC EX VISO / M ULPIUS / AUG LIB / AMPLIATUS / CUSTOS HUIUS LOCI / SIGNUM CUM BASI / POSUIT / DEDICAVITQ Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. l. Anthimus
6.28700
D M / VETTIAE IANUARIAE / M ULPIUS AUG L / ANTHIMUS / CONIUGI DULCISSIMAE / BENE MERENTI / FECIT / QUAE VIX ANN XXV / M X M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Antiochus
6.29137
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / ANTIOCHI (!) / ULPIA ANTIOCHIS / PATRI B M F Ulpia sive Aelia Aug. lib. Apate
6.8432 = D 1526
D M / ULPIAE SIVE AELIAE AUG LIB / APATE ET ULPIO FELICI FIL VIXIT / ANN X DIEB C FECIT / P AELIUS AUG LIB FLORUS QUI / PROC IN RATIONEHERED AD LEGES / PRAEDIOR CONIUGI PIISSIMAE SANCTIS/SIMAE CUMQUA VIXIT ANN XLIIII SIBI / LIBERTIS LIBERTABUSQ POSTERISQ / EORUMAUT SI CUI IUS MONIMENTI / RELIQUERO SINE CONTROVERSIA *6-7: ‘qui proc(uravit) in ratione hered(itatium) ad leges praedior(um)’.
The alternative nomen accorded to Apate on her tombstone is very unusual;
the simplest explanation is that it is derived from that of her husband. Cf. 1344
(1)
: Ulpius Symphorus = Ulpia Helpis quae et Claudia. (On these inscriptions,
see esp. Chantraine 89ff., 252, who gives other examples of the phenomenon
outside the Fam. Caes.) After 44 years of marriage, Apate must have been
about 60 or older when she died.
Florus, who reached the senior grade of procurator in a department in Rome,
usually some ten years or so after manumission, probably put up this inscription
late in Hadrian’s reign or during that of Antoninus.
Apate’s son Ulpius Felix, who died at the age of 10 years and took his
mother’s (first) nomen, was no doubt born before the manumission of his father
Florus by Hadrian and was probably freeborn.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Aphrodisius Amorianus
6.29138
DIS MANIB / M ULPIO AUG LIB / APHRODISIO / AMORIANO / ULPIA / CAMILLA / UXOR B M *The agnomen ‘Amorianus’ may be derived from ‘Amor’, which , however,does not occur as a slave/freed cognomen in the Fam. Caes. There is apossible word play between ‘Aphrodisius’ and ‘Amor(ianus)’; see Chantraine299, no. 34.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Apolaustus
6.10114 = D 5184
M ULPIUS AUG LIB APOLAUSTUS / MAXIMUS PANTOMIMORUM / CORONATUS ADVERSUS HISTORIONES / ET OMNES SCAENICOS /ARTIFICES XII *On Apolaustus as a favoured cognomen of actors, esp. among pantomimi,see CIL ad 6.10117; Chantraine 380ff.; Weaver 27f.; Boulvert .; H. Leppin,Histrionen.
M. Ulpius Apollonius Aug. l.
6.30911 = D 3465
HERCULI S S / SILVANO S S / M ULPIUS / APOLLONIUS / AUG L PRECO / Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Argaeus
6.23716
D M / PACUVIAE SPERATAE / UXORI M ULPII AUG LIB / ARGAEI QUAE VIX CUM EO ANN XXXVII / FECERUNT / PACUVI DUO HYGIA ET PROCULUS /MATRI PIENTISSIMAE ITEM SIBI / ET LIBERIS SUIS LIBERTISLIBERTABUSQ / POSTERISQ EORUM Ma’rko” Ou[lpio” Sebastou’ ajpeleuvqero” “Attalo” SEG 4.383 + IStrat. 49 Ma’rko” Ou[lpi⁄o” Sebastou’ ⁄ ajpeleuvqero” ⁄ “Attalo” M. Ulpius Blastus Aug. lib.
6.29144
M. Ulpius Cadmus Aug. lib.
6.8446 = D 1551
D M M ULPIO CADMO AUG LIB / QUI FUIT PRINCEPS TABULARIUS / IN STATIONE XX HEREDITATIUM / M ULPIUS SECUNDUS ET ULPIACHILIARCHIS / ET ULPIA FELICITAS FILIA EORUM / PATRONO SUO BENEDE SE MERENTI FECER / ET SIBI ET SUIS LIBERTIS LIBERTABUSQUE /POSTERISQUE EORUM *A dedication to an Imperial freedman by a two-generation family of his ownex-slaves, consisting of husband, wife and their daughter.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Callistus (1)
6.1809
D M / CLAUDIAE / AMABILI MATRI / PIENTISSIMAE / M ULPIUS AUG / LIB CALLISTUS / SCRIB LIBR Q *7: ‘scrib(a) libr(arius) q(uaestorius)’. On the junior and generally freedman status of the scribae librarii: Purcell 159; cf. Mommsen 13.346f.; contrast thefrequently equestrian status of scribae belonging to the decuriae maiores, onwhich see esp. Purcell 154ff.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Callistus (2)
6.10164 = D 5153
DIS MANIBUS / CORNELIAE FRONTINAE / VIXIT ANNIS XVI M VII / M ULPIUS AUG LIB CALLISTUS / PATER PRAEPOSITUS ARMAMENTARIO /LUDI MAGNI ET FLAVIA NICE CONIUXS / SANCTISSIMA FECERUNT SIBI /LIBERTIS LIBERTABUSQ POSTERISQ EOR *Cornelia Frontina was the daughter of Callistus and a previous wife,Cornelia, and was no doubt born while her father was still a slave. She may wellbe freeborn. Flavia Nice, whose nomen is derived from an earlier dynasty, issimply registered as (second) wife of Callistus. Cf. Boulvert (2) 260 n. 28.
M. Ulp(ius) Aug. lib. Callistus (3)
6.29147
D M / M ULP AUG LIB / CALLISTO B M / IUL IUSTA COIUGI M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Callistus (4)
6.29352
DIS MAN / ULPIAE FORTUNATAE / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / CALLISTUS / M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Capito (= Capito Aug. l.)
6.10234 = D 7213
(2) SALVIA C F MARCELLINA OB MEMORIAM FL APOLLONI Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti PROC AUG QUI FUIT A PINACOTHECIS ET CAPITONIS AUG L ADIUTORIS /
(3) EIUS MARITI SUI OPTIMI PIISSIMI DONUM DEDIT COLLEGIO
AESCULAPI ET HYGIAE LOCUM AEDICULAE CUM PERGULA ET SIGNUM
MARMOREUM AESCULAPI ET SOLARIUM TECTUM IUNCTUM IN / (4) QUO
POPULUS COLLEGI S(upra) S(cripti) EPULETUR. [(4) – (17)] .
ITEM P AELIUS AUG LIB ZENON / (18) EIDEM COLLEGIO S S OB
MEMORIAM M ULPI AUG LIB CAPITONIS FRATRIS SUI PIISSIMI DEDIT
DONAVITQUE HS C— M N— UTI EX REDITU EIUS SUMMAE IN
CONTRI/(19)BUTIONE SPORTULARUM DIVIDERENTUR
QUODSI EA PECUNIA OMNIS QUAE S S EST QUAM DEDIT DONAVIT
COLLEGIO S S / (20) SALVIA C F MARCELLINA ET P AELIUS AUG LIB
ZENO
IN ALIOS USUS CONVERTERE VOLUERINT QUAM IN EOS USUS QUI
S S S QUOS ORDO COLLEGI N DECREVIT ET UTI /(21) HAEC OMNIA Q S S
S SUIS DIEBUS UT ITA FIANT DIVIDANTQUE QUODSI ADVERSUS EA QUID
FECERINT SIVE QUID ITA NON FECERINT TUNC QQ VEL CURATO/(22)RES
EIUSDEM COLLEGI QUI TUNC ERUNT SI ADVERSUS EA QUID FECERINT
QQ ET CURATORES S S UTI POENAE NOMINE ARKAE N INFERANT HS
C—C—M N— / (23) HOC DECRETUM ORDINI N PLACUIT IN CONVENTU
PLENO QUOD GESTUM EST IN TEMPLO DIVORUM IN AEDE DIVI TITI V ID
MART C BRUTTIO PRAE/(24)SENTE A IUNIO RUFINO COS QQ C OFILIO
HERMETE CURATORIB P AELIO AUG LIB ONESIMO ET C SALVIO
SELEUCO
*Regulations governing the gift to the collegium Aesculapi et Hygiae inmemory of her imperial freedman husband, M. Ulpius Capito, by the freebornSalvia Marcellina, and by his imperial freedman brother, P. Aelius Zeno. Theinscription is dated to the latter part of the reign of Antoninus Pius, some fortyyears or more after the manumission of Capito and an unknown period after hisdeath. He was adiutor of Flavius Apollonius, the equestrian procurator apinothecis, a short-lived post involving refitting the imperial art collections, forwhich J. Beaujeu, CRAI 1982, 671–88, proposes a Hadrianic date; cf. AE 1982,17.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Cerdo
AE 1946, 140
D M / ULPIAE NICENI / M ULPIUS AUG LIB CERDO / CONIUGI SUAE CUM QUA VIX / ANNIS XXV ITEM ANTIOCHI/ANUS CAES N SERVUS MAMMU/LAESUAE DE SE BENE MERITAE / FECERUNT ET SIBI ET SUIS LIBERTIS /LIBERTABUSQUE POSTERISQUE EORUM *6–7: ‘mammula’ = ‘foster-mother’.
M. Ulpius Augg. lib. Charito (1)
(1) 6.29152
D M / M ULPIO AUGG LIB CHARITONI / ULPIA CHARITINE FRATRI DULCIS/SIMO QUI VIXIT ANNIS XXXV DIEB / XVIIII ET P AELIUS AUGG LIBAFRICANUS / COGNATO BENEMERENTI FECHRUNT(!) / ET SIBI ET SUISLIB LIB POSTERISQ / EORUM H M D M A to;n Carivtwn me gevmont∆ ejsora’/” ⁄ kleino;n Carivtwna moi’ran ajna⁄plhvsant∆ Aujsonivh/ ejni; gh’/ tivkte ⁄de; Sardonivh ªpeºrivrruto” ejnd∆ ⁄a[ra Tavrsw/ pivstin e[con tabouvlh” ⁄ crhvmato” Aujsonivou ajll∆a[r∆ ejsaqrhv⁄sa” fwto;” devka tri;” lukavbanta” ⁄ pro;” pevnte fqivmeno”thvnd∆ ejpivkeimai kovni⁄n *The identity of the dedicand Charito in (1) and (2) is confirmed by the age-at-death of 35 years given in both inscriptions. This age-figure would correspondwith his final rank as an intermediate clerical tabularius at Tarsus in Cilicia,revealed by an oblique reference to the Imperial service in (2): pivstin e[con Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti tabouvlh” crhvmato” Aujsonivou. He was born in Sardinia and died in Italy.
From the family details in (1), he was slave-born, as was evidently his sister
Charitine, and must have been manumitted at an extremely early age for one
admitted to the Imperial service.
If P. Aelius Africanus in (1) served as freedman under two successive
emperors, the inscription has to be dated at the earliest to AD 138. Charito, who
was freed by Trajan, must therfore have been manumitted at least 21 years
previously, at the age of 14, or probably younger, if his death occurred at all
recently before his monument was erected. This would be another instance of
extraordinarily early manumission of Augustorum liberti in the period before 161.
See under 1140 (Ulpius Agilis* ).
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Charito (2)
6.36570
[---] / ET M ULPIUS / AUG LIB / CHARITO / SIBI ET SUIS / POSTERISQUE / Ulpia Chiliarchis (M. Ulpi Cadmi Aug. lib. lib.) 6.8446 = D 1551 Maflrkoı Ou[lpioı) Crhvsimoı Sebastoufl ajpeleuvqeroı (1) IGR 1.1255 = OGIS 2.678 = SEG 15.863 uJpe;r swthrivaı kai; aijwnivou neivkhı Aujtokravtoroı Kaivsaroı Trai>anoufl Ôadrianoufl Sebastoufl kai; toufl suvnpantofl aujtoufl oi[kou ⁄ kai; thflı twfln uJpo; aujtoufl ejpitagevntwn e[rgwn ejpitucivaı ⁄ Dii; ÔHlivw/ megajlw/ Saravpidi kai; toiflı sunnavoiı qeoiflı to;n nao;n kai; ta;peri; to;n nao;n pavnta ⁄ ∆Epafrovdeitoı douflloı Seighriano;ımisqwthı twfln metavllwn kataskeuvasen ⁄ ejpi; ÔRammivw/ Martiavliejpavrcw/ Aijguvptou ejpitrovpou twfln metavllwn Crhsivmou Sebastouflajpeleuqevrou ⁄ o[ntoı proı toiflı toufl Klaudianoufl e[rgoiı ∆Aouivtou eJkatontavrcou speivrhı prwvthı Flaouivaı Kilivkwn iJppikhflı e{touı bæ Aujtokravtoroı Kaivsaroı Trai>anoufl ÔAdrianoufl SebastouflFarmouflqi khæ (2) IGR 1.1256 = SEG 13.601 uJpe;r swthrivaı kai; aijwnivou nivkhı toufl kurivou hJmwfln Aujtokratovroı dianus:Kaivsaroı Trai>anoufl ÔAdrianoufl ⁄ Sebastoufl kai; toufl pantoı oi[kou Dii; ÔHlivw/ megavlw/ Saravpidi kai; toiflı sunnavoiı qeoiflı to;n nao;n kai; ta; peri; to;n nao;n ⁄ ∆E;pafrovditoı Kaivsaroı Sigerianoı ejpi;ÔRammiw/v Martiavli ejpavrcw/ Aijguvptou Mavrkou Oujlpivou Crhsivmouejpitropeuvontoı twfln metavllwn ejpi; eJkatontavrcou Prokulhianoufl ª-º Not to be confused with (T. Flavius) Chresimus (2) Aug. lib. (752 = SEG 38,
1988, 1215; 3.7146; AE 1927, 97 = I. Eph. 856; AE 1988, 1028 = SEG 38, 1988,
1073; Bruzza, Ann. d. Ist. 42, 1870, 193, no. 277; SEG 38, 1988, 1006); cf.
Hermann, Tyche 3, 1988, 119ff.; Chantraine 168. See 752*.
Chrysippus (Ulpi Sotaci Aug. lib.) lib.
6.8979a See 1279 (1)
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Cladus Entellianus
6.29154
M ULPIUS AUG LIB CLADUS / ENTELLIANUS FECIT SIBI / ET ULPIAE ALYPIAE CONIUGI / SANCTISSIMAE / BENEQUE DE SE MERITAE / ITEMFLAVIAE QUINTILLAE FILIAE / EIUS / ET LIBERTIS LIBERTABUSQUE SUIS /EIUSDEMQUE ALYPIAE ET EORUM / POSTERIS CUM INTROITU Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti AMBITUQUE OMNI SUO
*A former slave of Entellus (786), a libellis and one of the assassins
ofDomitian; cf. Chantraine 311, no. 129. Flavia Quintilla is the daughter of
Cladus’ wife Ulpia Alypia (‘filia eius’) by a previous marriage, presumably with a
Flavius of the Fam. Caes.
Ulpia Aug. lib. Clarina
11.1222 = D 1554
D M / P AELIO AUG L / PROTHYMO TABUL / XX HER AEMIL LIGURIAE / TRANSPADANAE / ULPIA AUG LIB CLARINA / CONIUNX ET AELI / SIMILIS ET PROTHYMUS FILI / PATRI BENE MERENTI / HIC HOC PRAETORIUMCUM / BALINEO A SOLO EREXIT *Dated by M. L. Pagliani (cf. AE 1988, 569) to Antoninus Pius or even slightlylater on the basis of the grouping together of the three Augustan regions of thevicesima hereditatium. But this would be some forty years or more after themanumission of Ulpia Clarina who would thus likely be at least in her sixties.
Her husband, P. Aelius Prothymus, did not progress beyond the rank oftabularius. A date nearer the reign of Hadrian is indicated.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Clarus (1)
6.29155
[d] M /[---] AUG LIB / [feci]T CONIUGI / [---] ET LIB / [---]US / [---]E / [---] D M / M ULPIO / AUG LIB / CLARO FECIT / CALPURNIA / RESTITUTA /CONIUGI SU/O BENE ME/RENTI ET P / CALPURNIO / [---/---]U EO/R[---] ETLIB / [--- p]OSTERI M. Ulpius Clarus (2) Caesaris n. lib.
8.12857
DIS MAN SACR / M ULPIUS CLARUS / CAESARIS N LIB / PIUS VIX ANN LX / *The earliest example of the freed indication ‘Caesaris n. lib.’ (to bedistinguished from the early-1st C. indication ‘Caesaris l.’); cf. Chantraine 195;Weaver 56f. As Clarus lived till the age of 60, the inscription itself is almostcertainly from the reign of Hadrian or even Antoninus Pius.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Clemens
6.29157
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB / CLEMENTI ULPIA M F / CLEMENTINA FIL / PATRI M. Ulpius Aug. l. Corinthus
6.29158
[---]E / AUG L / M ULPIUS AUG L / CORINTHUS / MATRI PIISSIMAE FEC M. Ulpius Cosmianus Aug. l.
6.13517/8
D M / BASIDIA / CHRYSIS VIXIT / ANNIS XX / M XI D XXVI / FECIT M ULPIUS COS/MIANUS AUG L CON/IUGI BENE MER / ET BASIDIAE EUTY/CHIESORORI EIUS Ulpius Crater Aug. lib.
6.8512
(a) FLAVIO MARCIANO / ULPIO IULIANO / MAG / A BALINEIS / AUG / DECURIONES / SCRIBAE / UNCTORES AUG /(b) ULPIO CRATERI / AUG LIB / PROC CASTRES / DECURIONES /SCRIBAE ET / UNCTORES AUG / D D / C[---] HIL /(c) D M / ULPIO CRATERI / SCRIB<a>E / UNCTORES AUG / VIX AN LXXII *All three dedications imply a significant number of dedicands, presumably onthe staff of the imperial bathing establishments on the Palatine and in Rome.
Ulpius Crater (b, c), as procurator castrensis, was very senior; his death at the Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti age of 72, some 40 years or more after manumission by Trajan, implies a date,for (b) and (c) under Antoninus. Flavius Marcianus and Ulpius Iulianus in (a) aretwo magistri of the staff collegium a balineis, not officials in charge of thegeneral administration of imperial baths (as DE 1.971). They both lack thestatus indication Aug. lib. whereas the more senior Ulpius Crater retains his in(b), they are not certainly imperial freedman (as Boulvert argues at (1) 238n.235).
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Crescens (1)
6.8542
See 1001: Flavia Salvia.
On the family of Crescens and Flavia Salvia: 958*.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Crescens (2)
6.29159
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB CRES/CENTI ET / FULLONIAE RESTUTAE / M. Ulpius Aug. l. Critonianus
6.36154
DIS MANIBUS / L POMPONI EPI / M ULPIUS AUG L / CRITONIANUS / PATRI / OPTIMO
*2: the cognomen ‘Epius’ is rare; cf. ‘Epius Aug. lib.’ (2643 = 14.2262 = D
1645; 2698 = AE 1951, 183); Solin 1304; Vidman 253.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Crotonensis
(1) 6.15592 = D 8063a
CLAUDIAE SEMNE CONIUGI DULCISSIMAE / M ULPIUS AUG LIB CLAUDIAE SEMNE UXORI ET / M ULPIO CROTONENSI FIL / CROTONENSIS AUG LIB FECIT / HUIC MONUMENTO CEDET / HORTUS IN QUO TRICLIAE / VINIOLA PUTEUM AEDICULAE / IN QUIBUS SIMULACRA CLAUDIAE /SEMNES IN FORMAM DEORUM ITA UTI / CUM MACERIA A MECIRCUMSTRUCTA EST / H M H N S *5: ‘tricliae’ = ‘summer-houses’. Cf. 6.15594 = D 8063b: ‘Fortunae / SpeiVeneri / et / memoriae / Claud(iae) Semnes / sacrum’.
M ULPIO / M FIL PAL / CROTONENSI / ANNOR XVIII / MENS III DIER XV / CROTONENSIS / AUG LIB / FIL DULCISSIMO *Crotonensis filius is not only freeborn but also legitimate, as the tribalindication ‘Palatina’ suggests. As he was born after his father’s manumission,i.e.98 at earliest, the date of the inscription is late Trajanic or Hadrianic. Hismother, Claudia Semne, who presumably died earlier, is not an Imperialfreedwoman of Nero or Claudius, but most likely also freeborn; cf. Boulvert (2)290 n. 167; Weaver 149f.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Demetrius
6.29163
DIS MANIBUS / SACRUM / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / DEMETRIUS / PROC[ul]O FILIO / BENE MERENTI / FECIT / VIXIT ANN II MENSIB X / DIEBUS V Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. [l]ib. Diadumenus
6.37763a = D 9024
M ULPI AUG [l]IB DIADUME/NI PROC PRAETORI FIDE/NATIUM ET RUBRENSIUM / ET GALLINAR ALBARUM SA/CRUM QUAE PRAESTU EST
USI/BUS CAESARIS N
*Procurator of an Imperial villa complex a few miles north of Rome off the via
Flaminia (Plin. NH 15.136f.; Suet. Galb. 1). Cf. Glyptus Aug. lib. (1154).
Diogenes (M.Ulpi Aug. lib. Hermiae) lib.
3.1312 = D 1593 M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Dionysius
6.8737
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB DIONYSIO / QUI FUIT AB AURATURIS / VIX ANN XXXXV MEN V / ULPIA AUG LIB HEROIS / CONIUGI KARISSIM ETPIENTISSIM / DE SE B M CUM QUO VIXIT SINE ULLA QUEREL / ANN XXVET M ULPIUS DIONYSIUS F FECER ET / SIBI ET SUIS LIB LIBERTABUSQPOSTERISQ / EORUM IN FR P XII IN AGR P XII *3: ‘ab auraturis’, a specialist in gilding; cf. DE 1.947–50.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Docimus (1)
6.29167
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / DOCIMUS FECIT / ULPIO IRENAEO / FILIO FECIT ET PRO/PINQUIS EIUS ET LIBERTIS / LIBERTABUS QUE EORUM M. Ulpius Aug. lib Docimus (2)
6.29168
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / DOCIMUS / FECIT SIBI ET S L L P Q E
*4: cf. 1106: 9–10.
M. Ulp(ius) Aug. lib. Docimus (3)
10.653 = I. It. 1.1.92
EX VOLUNTATE ET / PIETATE M ULP / AUG LIB DOCIMI / T CLAUDIUS IRENAEUS / ET VENULEIA CORIN/THIAS POSUERUNT SIBI
*Possibly identical with Docimus (1) above, if T(i?). Claudius Irenaeus is the
grandfather of Ulpius Irenaeus (1107: 4; cf. 5–6: ‘propinquis eius’). But if T(i).
Claudius Irenaeus is the father of Ulpius Docimus and, although without status
indication, is assumed to have been freed by Nero or even Claudius, he would
have to be very elderly at the date of this inscription. Cf. Bracco, I. It. ad loc.
On balance, this is less likely than if they were more distantly related, given the
unusual preamble of this dedication.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Dorus
6.3309 = 32787
D M / M ULPIO VIATORI / EQUITI SING AUG / MILIT ANN VI VIX ANN XXII / M ULPIUS AUG LIB DORUS / FRATRI / PIENTISSIMO FEC M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Doryphorus
6.8906
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Dymas
6.29169
M ULPIUS AUG LIB DYMAS / F FLAVIAE GRATAE ET SIBI / ET LEPIDIAE TRYPHAENAE / CONUIGI (!) OPTIMAE ET / COGNATIS COGNATOR /POSTERISQ EORUM LIB / LIBERTAB H M H N S *2: ‘f(ecit)’; 5: ‘cognatis {cognator(um)}’? Cf. Mommsen, CIL ad loc.
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti Ulpius Epafroditus Phaedimi Aug. lib. lib.
(1) 6.8762 See 1249 (1)
See 1249 (2)
Epictetus (1) libertus
3.3 (cf. p. 967) = D 4395 = I. Cret. 2, p. 228, no. 7
IOVI SOLI OPTIMO MAXIMO / SARAPIDI ET OMNIBUS DIIS ET / IMPERATORI CAESARI NERVAE / TRAIANO AUG GERMANICO DACICO N / EPICTETUS LIBERTUS TABELLARIUS / CURAM AGENTE OPERIS DIONYSIO SOSTRA/TI FILIO ALEXANDRINO GUBERNATORE / NAVIS PARASEMO ISOPHARIA T CL THEONIS *5: ‘tabellarius’ = ‘tabularius’ CIL, Dessau ad loc., Chantraine 44 n. 13.
A dedication following shipwreck in Crete.
M. Ulpius {A}epictetus (2) Aug. lib.
6.29174
D M / M ULPIUS AEPI/CTETUS AUG LIB / SE VIBUS CONPA/RABIT SIBI ET / ULPIAE SABINAE / CONIUGI SUAE / ET LIBER LIBERTA / POS AEORUM Epimachus (freedman of Trajan; PIR2 E 76 )
Pliny, Ep.10.84 (Trajan)
Nicaeensibus, qui intestatorum civium suorum concessam vindicationem bonorum a divo Augusto adfirmant, debebis vacare contractis omnibus personisad idem negotium pertinentibus, adhibitis Virdio Gemellino et Epimacho libertomeo procuratoribus, ut aestimatis etiam iis, quae contra dicuntur, quod optimumcredideritis, statuatis.
*Virdius Gemellinus and Epimachus are prima facie evidence for dualprocuratorships, i. e. an equestrian and freedman pair sharing the function of, inthis case, procurator provinciae in Bithynia. Cf. Boulvert (1) 270ff., 394ff.;Weaver 264f. With such seniority Epimachus could have been manumittedyears earlier, by Nerva or even Domitian.
M. Ulpius Aug. l. Epiterpes
6.29175
DIS MANIBUS / M ULPI AUG L / EPITERPES / QUI VIXIT ANNIS XXVII / Erasinus (1) Aug. lib.
6.2184 = 32445 = D 4971
(a) KALATORES PONTIFICUM ET FLAMINUM / P CORNELIUS / IALYSSUS /D VALERIUS ALEXANDER / . (8 names) (b) . (20 names) / M RUTILIUS ADMETUS / ERASINUS AUG LIB / L
CALV[e]N[t]IUS EUNOMUS / M LICINIUS COMICUS / CN LUCCEIUS
PLUTIANUS / HONORATUS / C LUCCIUS MAIO[r? /---]
[imp caesari /divi nervae f / nervae traiano / aug germanico / p m trib
potes]/TATE V IMPII[--] / COS IIII PP / KALATORES / PONTIFICUM /
[et}FLAMINUM / [cur]ATORI[bus / ---] *Two fragments containing a list of kalatores (servants) of the priestlycolleges of pontifices and flamines. Kalatores were regularly freedmen of thepriests themselves, who thus can be identified in several cases. In the list of 36names recorded, Erasinus is the only Imperial freedman. All except Erasinushave praenomen and nomen, but no freed indication. The same list, and of thesame date, but not including Erasinus and several others mostly in (b), occurs in6.2185 = 31034. See Mommsen’s commentary, CIL ad loc.
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Erasinus (2)
6.36571
M ULPIUS AUG LIB / ERASINUS SIBI ET SUIS / POSTERIS [---] M. Ulpius {A}erasmus Augusti lib.
6.8640 = D 1630
DIS MANIB / M ULPIO AERASMO /AUGUSTI LIB / SUB PROCURATORI / DOMUS AUGUSTIANAE / VIXIT ANNIS XXXII MENS II / M ULPIUSAEPHAESIUS FIL ET / ULPIA THALLUSA CONIUX / BENEMERENTIFECERUNT / ET SIBI ET SUIS / LIBERTIS LIBERTABUSQUE /POSTERISQUE EORUM *7: ‘Aephaesius’ = ‘Ephesius’; cf. 2: ‘Aerasmo’ = ‘Erasmo’, the youngest ofsubprocuratorial rank so far known.
M. Ulpius Aug. l. Erastus
6.8875
D M / M ULPIUS AUG L ERASTUS / EX N DECURIONIS LECTICARIO/RUM FECIT EX PERMISSO DECRE/TI IBI POSTEA IANUARIUS ET SATU/RIOSCRIBE LECTICARIORUM EX / PERMISSU PONTIFICORUM FECE/RUNTSIBI ET SUIS EX DECRETO / PONTIFICUM ITEM SATURIO COIU/GI SUAEAURELIAE SEBERE BENE FECISSE / IANUARIUS AURELIO FORTUNATOET VIC/TORINO FILIS BENE FECIT SATURIO FE/LICI ALUMNO BENEFECISSE POSTERIS/QUAE AEORUM *3–4: read ‘ex n(umero) {decurionis} lecticariorum’; see Mommsen, CIL adloc.; 7: ‘pontific{or}um; 10: ‘Sebere’ = ‘Severae’; cf. ‘aeorum’ (14), but‘scrib<a>e’ (6); 10, 12, 13: ‘bene fecisse’, ‘bene fecit’ = ‘suo beneficio dedit’,Mommsen, CIL ad loc.
M. Ulpius Aug. l. Eros
6.8607
D M / M ULPIO AUG L / EROTI / AB EPISTULIS GRAECIS / EPAPHRODITUS / ET STACHYS / CAESAR N SER / FRATRI KARISSIMO ET / CLAUDIAFORMIANA / FECERUNT *Included in PIR1 (V 549) but, with two brothers still slaves, evidently not ofsenior Palatine status.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Euhemer
6.36186
D M PREPIDI LIB VIX A XXV / ET ULPIAE HAGNE CONIUG / VIX AN XXI MENS VIII DIEB XII / M ULPIUS AUG LIB EUHEMER CON/IUGISANCTISSIMAE ET ULPIA FESTA / MATRI SUAE CASTAE CARISSIMAEBENE / MERENTI FECERUNT ET SIBI ET LIBERTIS LIBER/TABUSQPOSTERISQ EORUM M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Euphemus
AE 1989, 27
D M / THAIDI LIB BE/NE MERENTI / M ULPIUS AUG / LIB EUPHEMUS M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Euphorvus
I. It. 1.1.163 = CIL 10.654
D M / M ULPIO / AUG LIB / EUPHORVO / Q V A IIL D VIII *4: ‘Euphorvo’ = ‘Euphorbo’; 5: the reading ‘IIL’ in I. It. = 48 years; the earlierreading ‘III’ in CIL produces an unlikely 3-year-old Aug. lib.; cf. Weaver 101 n. 2.
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Euphrates
6.8584
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / EUPHRATES / QUI PROCURAVIT PAUSILIPO / FECIT SIBI ET SUIS ET / LIBERTIS LIBERTABUSQUE / POSTERISQUEEORUM * On the Imperial villa Pausilypo between Naples and Puteoli, inherited byAugustus from the ill-reported Vedius Pollio, see Günther, Pausilypon, theImperial Villa near Naples (1913); RE 18 (4).2419–21.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Euphrosynus
6.8555 = D 1762
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / EUPHROSYNUS / A VESTE VENATORIA Ulpia Euryale (M. Ulpi Aug. l. Thalli lib.) 6.29272 Eurythmus (freedman of Trajan; PIR2 E 127)
Pliny, Ep. 6.31.7ff.
inducta cognitio est.Iuli Tironis codicilli, quos ex parte veros esse constabat, ex parte falsi dicebantur. (8) substituebantur crimini Sempronius Senecio equesRomanus et Eurythmus Caesaris libertus et procurator. heredes, communiterepistula scripta, petierant ut [Caesar] susciperet cognitionem. (9) susceperat;reversus [ex Dacia] diem dederat, et cum ex heredibus quidam quasi reverentiaEurythmi omitterent accusationem, pulcherrime dixerat: ‘Nec ille Polyclitus estnec ego Nero.’. (11) locutus est Caesar summa gravitate summa moderatione,cumque advocatus Senecionis et Eurythmi dixisset suspicionibus relinqui reos,nisi audirentur, ‘Non curo’ inquit’ an isti suspicionibus relinquantur, egorelinquor.’ *Sherwin White (2) 391. Nothing else is known of Sempronius Senecio apartfrom his equestrian status. He is unlikely to have been a procurator, althoughthe case could have arisen in a provincial context, as did the other two casesbefore this consilium of Trajan. The reluctance of some of the heirs to proceedwith the prosecution focused on the Imperial freedman Eurythmus because ofhis procuratorial office, as did the disarming reply of Trajan: ‘nec ille Polyclitusest nec ego Nero’. Nevertheless, we have another equestrian–Imperialfreedman pair in trouble.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Eutropus
14.1792 = D 8057
IUNONI ET / VERECUNDIAE / ULPIAE COMPSES / Q V A VI M VI D VII / M M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Eutyches (1)
2.2598
I O M / ANDERON / SAC / M ULPIUS / AUG LIB / EUTYCHES PROC / METALL *2: ‘Andero’ or ‘Anderon(us)’ is otherwise not known as an epithet of Juppiter;it may be derived from a place-name; 7: ‘metall(orum) Alboc(olensium)’, cf. Pliny Eld. NH 33. 80.
M. Ulpius Eutyches (2) Aug. lib.
12.4490
D M / M ULPIO / EUTYCHETI / AUG LIB / MESORI / LIBERTI / PATRONO *’me(n)sor’ = surveyor, architect (?) Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Eutyches (3)
AE 1986, 18 = Via Imperiale 18
(a) D M / ONIRO VER / DULCISSIMO / QUI V A IIII / DIEB XXXXIV ET / T LAELIO PHILIPPO / LAELIA GLYCERA / CONIUGI BENE / MERENTI ET / MULPIUS AUG LIB / EUTYCHES F(b) T LAELIO / ALEXANDRO / LAELIA GLYCERA / FILIO *a11: ‘f(ecerunt)’.
M. Ulpius Eutyches (4) ([M. U]lpi Aug. lib. Strato[nis] lib.) 6.8442 = D 1531 Eutyches (5) (M. Ulpi Gl[y]conis Augu[st]i lib.) lib.
6.8700 M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Eutychus (1)
6.8466 = D 1606
D M / M ULPI AUG LIB / EUTYCHI / TABUL VIAE APPIAE / VIX ANN XXXX / Eutychus (2) Aug. lib.
See 469 (Ti. Claudius Hagnus)
M. Ou[lpioı Eu[tucoı (3) Sebastoufl ajpeleuvqeroı SEG 11.1124 = BCH 88, 1964, 182; cf. AE 1965, 127 uJpe;r thflı Aujtokravto⁄roı Nevroua Trai>anoufl Kaivsaroı ⁄ Sebastoufl Germanikoufl Dakikoufl ⁄ tuvchı kai; neivkhı kai; aijwnivou ⁄ diamonhı M Ou[lpioı Eu[tucoı ⁄Sebastoufl ajpeleuvqeroı th;ªn ⁄ ajgoºra;n ejkqemeªlivwn ejpeskeuva⁄sen <<<º *7: ª <<<ºan ejkovsmeiª<<<º Te Riele, BCH ad loc.
Felicior Aug. lib.
(1) 8.25902.1.5 = FIRA2 I1, p.484f., no. 100 [pro sal]UTE / [a]UG N IM[p] CAES TRAIANI PRIN[c] / TOTIUSQU[e] DOMUS DIVINE / [op]TIMI GERMANICI PA[r]THICI DATA A LICINIO / [ma]XIMO ET FELICIORE AUG LIB PROCC AD EXEMPLU[m] / [leg]IS MANCIANE .
GENIO AQUAR TRAIANI / M ULPIUS AUG LIB MENOPHOON / ADIUTOR LICINI MAXIMI / ET FELICIORIS PROC AUG / VOTUM SOLVIT *Another Trajanic equestrian-freedman pair of procurators. Cf. 1191: (Ulpius)
Epimachus*; 1605: (Aelius) Ianuarius As with other such pairs, the freedman
procurator is named second and by cognomen only, without nomen and
sometimes, as here in (2), even without status indication. For the origin and
nature of such dual procurators in the imperial patrimonial administration of Asia
Minor and Africa in the later 2nd C., see Boulvert (1) 270ff., 394ff.; Weaver 264ff.
Ulpia Felicitas (M. Ulpi Cadmi Aug. lib. lib.) 6.8446 = D 1551 Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti Felix (1) Aug. lib./l.
(1) 6.42
APOLLINI AUG / SACR / FELIX AUG LIB OPTIO / ET EXACTOR AURI / FORTUNAE AUG / SACR / OFFICINATORES MONETAE / AURARIAE ARGENTARIAE / CAESARIS N /
FELIX LIB OPTIO ET EXACTOR / AURI ARGENTI AERIS / ALBANUS LIB
OPTIO / LACHES LIB OFF / LYSIMACHUS LIB ITEM / OPTATUS LIB IT /
STOLUS LIB IT / TROPHIMUS LIB IT / TROILUS LIB IT / DIADUMENUS LIB IT
/ PRIMIGENIUS LIB IT / CALLITYCHUS LIB IT / PRIMIGENIUS LIB IT / VIATOR
LIB IT / FELIX LIB IT / AGATHO LIB IT / MAMAS LIB IT / RESTITUTUS LIB IT /
PHOEBUS LIB IT / CALLISTUS SER / EUPHEMUS SER / EXPECTATUS SER /
ZOSIMUS SER / ANICETUS SER / EUPHEMUS SER / HERMEROS SER /
HELIUS SER / EUT{H}YCHUS SER / D S D D DEDICAT V K FEBR / L
VIPSTANIO MESSALLA M VERGILIANO PEDONE COS
HERCULI AUG / SACR / FELIX AUG L OPTIO ET / EXACTOR AURI ARG
AERIS / ITEM SIGNAT SUPPOSTORES / MALLIATORES MONETAE /
CAESARIS N
SIGNATORES / PUDENS LIB / ADIECTUS LIB / VITALIS LIB / TELESPHORUS
LIB / POMPONIUS LIB / GLAUCIAS LIB / URBANUS LIB / AMPLIATUS LIB /
OLBIUS LIB / PRIMIGENIUS LIB / PARIS LIB / FIRMUS LIB / SPORUS SER /
HELIUS SER / EUDAEMON SER PANTAGATHUS SER / ONESIMUS SER
SUPPOSTORES / SATYR LIB / GORGIAS LIB / APOLLONIUS LIB / HILARUS
L / CHARITO L / MARITIMUS L / COSMUS L / EROS L / PAUSILLUS L /
THEODOTUS L / THALLUS L / SEVERUS L / ATHENIO L / SUCCESSUS L /
THRASO L / NARCISSUS L / SATURNINUS L / PLOCAMUS L / ADIUTOR SER
/ AMANDUS S / MUSAEUS S / SOTERICHUS S / SABINUS S / HELENIO S /
CRESCENS S / ORIENS S / IANUARIUS S / PRIMUS S / MAMAS S /
MALLIATORES / EPAPHRODITUS S / EUTYCHIDES S / STRATOCLES S /
RECEPTUS S / TELESPHORUS S EUHODUS S / ZOSIMUS S / STEPHANUS
S / EPAPHRODITUS S / PHILON S / DYMANS S EPITYNCHANUS S /
ARTEMIDORUS S / HERMES S / SALLUSTIUS HERMES / MEVIUS CERDO /
ASCLEPIUS FELICIS / D S D D / DEDICAT V K FEBR / L VIPSTANIO
VICTORIAE AU[g] / SACRUM CONDUCT[ores] / FLATURAE ARGEN[tar] / MONETAE CAE[saris] / CLAUDIU[s ---] / ULPIU[s ---] / ULPIU[s ---] / ULPIU[s ---] / ULPIU[s ---] / S P D [d] / DEDICATA [---] / L VIPSTANIO MESS[alla] / MVERGILIANO PEDON[e / cos] The mint workers in (2) & (3), who are designated simply as ‘lib.’ or ‘s(er)’,must be assumed to be freedmen and slaves of the emperor; cf. their overseer,Felix Aug. lib./l. (1) & (3), who is himself recorded simply as ‘lib.’ in (2).
However, it has not been considered necessary to list all of them individually inthe catalogue under their separate names, although they are recorded in theIndex of Names. Of the individual names, seven appear twice belonging todifferent persons (Epaphroditus, Eutychus, Felix, Helius, Mamas, Telesphorus,Zosimus), and one three times (Primigenius).
The 25 officinatores (16 freedmen; 9 slaves) in (2) are manual workers in ageneral sense at the mint; (as distinct from nummularii found elsewhere, cf.
6.298 = D 1636; 8461 = D 1637). In (3), on the other hand, the workers aregrouped according to their technical functions, in descending order of status, assignatores (die-engravers: 12 freedmen; 5 slaves), suppostores (those who castthe metal beneath the dies: 18 freedmen; 11 slaves), and malliatores (those who Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti struck or stamped the coins: 14 slaves, no freedmen, and 3 who are non-imperial workers: Sallustius Hermes & Mevius Cerdo —possibly freeborn—andAsclepios Felicis [ser.?]). See esp. Boulvert (1) 264ff. + nn.; Melville Jones192–4.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Felix (2)
6.8533
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB FELIX PRAE/CO FAMILIAE CASTRENSIS / ET ULPIA ARTEMIDORA FECE/RUNT SIBI ET LIBERIS ET / LIBERTISLIBERTABUSQ SUIS / POSTERISQ EORUM ITEM / AGRICOLAE CAESAR / NSER FILIASTRO SUO / ET ULPIAE FELICISSIMAE / FILIAE B M QUAE VIXITANN / V DIEBUS XXX *If Ulpia Artemidora (4) is assumed to be a freedwoman of Trajan, Agricola (8)is her son of another partner (and thus the stepson of Felix alone) born whileshe was still a slave, and Ulpia Felicissima (10), who died at the age of five, isthe freeborn child of both Felix and Artemidora, born after her mother’smanumission.
M. Ulpius Aug. l. Felix (3)
6.8922
D M / SUCCESSAE CAESARIS FEC / M ULPIUS AUG L FELIX MINISTRATOR / CONIUGI OPTIMAE AC DE SE / BENE MERITAE CUM QUA / VIXIT ANNXXVI ET SIBI / ET SUIS ET LIB LIBERTABUSQ / POSTERISQ EORUM *2: Successa, the wife of a table attendant in the domestic service at Rome,died still a slave (and without children?) after 26 years of marriage and thus wellover the usual age of manumission.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Felix (4) Crispianus
6.29194
D M / M ULPI AUG LIB FELICIS / CRISPIANI ET CONIUGIS VIBIAE / FORTUNATAE EX VOLUNTATE IPSIUS *Chantraine 309, no. 105. The agnomen ‘Crispianus’ in combination with thenomen ‘Vibia’ of his wife suggests that the pair were both former slaves of the orator and delator Q. Vibius Crispus (PIR1 V 379), under Nero and the Flavians(rather than that Fortunata was a former slave of Vibia Sabina, wife of Hadrian;cf. Chantraine 309). A 1st C. (rather than 2nd C.) date for the acquisition of theagnomen is preferable. On the wealth of Crispus: Tacitus, Hist. 2.10; Martial4.54.7; see PIR loc. cit for further refs.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Floridus
6.29198
D M M ULPIO AUG LIB / FLORIDO PATRONO / OPTIMO ET BENE / MERENTI / M ULP PHILFTUS (!) ALUMNU<s> / M ULP TELESPHORUS /ULPIA PARAMONE / LIBERTI *Cf. W. Altmann, Röm. Grabaltäre (repr. 1975) p. 107, fig. 87.
Ulpia Fortunata (M. Ulpi Aug. lib. Callisti) liberta 6.29352 M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Fortunatus (1)
6.291 = 400 = 30754
SACRUM IOVI D / HERCULI VOTO / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / FORTUNATUS / D M. Ulpius Aug. l. Fortunatus (2)
6.8502
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Fortunatus (3)
6.29203
D M / M ULPIO / AUG LIB / FORTUNATO / PHILETUS PATER / ET ULPIA M. Ulpius Fortun[atus (4) Au]g. lib.
13.1826
MEMORIA[e] / M ULPI FORTUN[ati/ au]G LIB TABULA[r / ---]CIA[---] *4: ‘[provin]cia[e Lugudunensis et Aquitanicae]’, not ‘[provin]cia[r(um) Lugud(unensis) et Aquitan(icae)]’ as CIL ad loc. Cf. M. Ulpius Aug. lib.
Gresianus (12370 = 2.3235 = D 1555); Weaver 246ff.
Fortunatus (5) (Hesychi) lib.
11.4415 = 15.7297 See 1230 (3)
M. Ulpius Aug. l. Gaetulicus
6.975 = 31218 = D 6073
See 951*: T. Flavius Onesimus (1).
Gamus Aug. l.
6.8732 = D 1811
See 1480: P. Aelius Constans for text and commentary on the likely date of
M. Ulpius Gl[y]con Augu[st]i lib.
6.8700
D [m] / M ULPIO GL[y]/CONI AUGU[s/t]I LIB A<d>IU[t]/ORI AB AD/MISSIONE / EUTYCHES LIB / [p]ATRONO BEN[e] / MERENTI FECI[t] Glyptus (1) Aug. lib.
6.37763 b = D 9025
GLYPTI AUG LIB PROC / PRAETORI FIDENATIUM ET / RUBRENSIUM ET GALLINARU/[m alba]RUM SACRUM QUAE PRAE/STU EST USIBUS
CAESARIS N
On the reverse side of the virtually identical 6.37763a = D 9024: M. Ulpius
Aug. lib. Diadumenus; see 1104.
Glyptus (2) Aug. lib. = M. Ou[lpioı Sebastoufl ajpeleuvqeroı Gluvptoı
(1) 14.3909 = D 3892; cf. I. It. 4. 1.595
AQUIS ALBULIS / SANCTISSIMIS / ULPIA ATHENAIS GLYPTI AUG / LIB AB *3–4: ‘M. Ulpii Aug. lib.’ I. It.; the absence of cognomen makes this readingquite unlikely.
(2) AE 1972, 589 = I. Eph. 854 M Ou[lpion ⁄ Sebastou’ ajpeleuvqeron ⁄ Gluvpton ⁄ ajpo; ejpistolw’n T Flavouio” Swth;r su;n ⁄ Flaouivoi” ÔRouvfw/ Fla⁄ouianw’/ kai;Montanw’/ toi’” ⁄ tevknoi” to;n i[dion eujergevthn *On the likely prominent civic status of T. Flavius Soter and sons, see refs. inI. Eph. and AE ad locc.
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulp(ius) Aug. lib. Gracilis
2.2525; cf.AE 1977, 445
IOVI LA/DICO M / ULP AUG / LIB GR/ACILIS / EX VOTO *Cf. Conimbriga 16, 1977, p.2:’Iovo(!) [La]dico Iu/lis Gracilis / ex vot’; see AE M. Ulpius Augg. lib. Granianus = M Ulpius Granianus Augustorum libertus
(1) 6.29736
D M S / M ULPIUS AUGG LIB GRANIA/NUS ET CASPERIA RUFINA
FECE/RUNT SIBI LIBERTIS LIBERTABUS/QUE QUI VIXER INTER SE ANN / XX SINE ULLA <querella> VILE HOC AMPLIUS NU/MERAVERUNT ARKAESEVIR AUGUSTALIU<m>/ Í—Í— ∞ ∞ M N UT DIEBUS NATALIS IDIB / IUNISRUFINES VIRI V ET MULIERES EORUM / ET GRANIANI KAL IUL EADEMNATALI AD / EXEMPLUM SEMNI *8: ‘m(ilia) n(ummum)’; 11: for this ‘Semnus’ as cognomen: Solin 776 (notlisted in Vidman 330).
M ULPIUS GRANIANUS / AUGUSTORUM LIBERTUS / FECIT SIBI ET CASPERIAE / RUFINAE CONIUGI SAN/CTISSIMAE ET LIB[er]/TISLIBERTAB[u]SQ[ue] / POSTERIS Q[ue] / EORUM [--] *On the question of Augustorum liberti prior to AD 161, see commentary and
references at 1547: P. Aelius Felix (9).
M. Ulpius Augusti lib. Graphicus (1)
6.8642
D M / M ULPIUS AUGUSTI LIB GRAPHICUS / PRAEPOSITUS BALNEARIORUM DOMUS / AUG ET ULPIA FORTUNATA HOC SEPULCR /FECER SIBI ET M ULPIO FELICI F PIENTISS / QUI VIXIT ANNIS IIII M X DVIII ET / LIB LIB POSTERISQ EORUM *On ‘praepositus’ as a title of supervisory rank in the sub-clerical anddomestic Palace service (but rarely in the clerical and administrative service ofthe Fam. Caes.), see Boulvert (1) 183, 239–41; Weaver 228.
Graphicus (2) Aug. lib. Domitianianus
AE 1922, 122
GRAPHICO AUG / LIB DOMITIANIANO / PROC HEREDITATIUM TRA/CTUS CAMPANIAE ET FLA/VIAE STACTE MATRI EIUS / LIBERTISLIBERTABUSQUE SUIS / ET ALUMNIS SUIS FECIT / P AELIUSATHENODORUS *Chantraine 310, no. 114. A former slave of Domitian as was evidently hismother, Flavia Stacte, he was most probably manumitted under Trajan.; Therelationship of P. Aelius Athenodorus to both of these is not clear, but asGraphicus reached procuratorial rank, his career could easily have stretched intothe reign of Hadrian.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Gresianus
2.3235 = D 1555
DIS MANIBUS / M ULPIO AUG LIB / GRESIANO AN XXXXV / TABULARIO XX HERE/DITATIUM ITEM TABU/LARIO PROVINCIAE LUGU/DUNENSIS ET AQUITANI/CAE ITEM TABULARIO PRO/VINCIAE LUSITANIAE / H S E S T [t] * Gresianus is the earliest dated tabularius provinciae, following his post with the XX
hereditatium
most likely in Lugdunensis, before moving on to Lusitania. Cf. P. Aelius
Alexander (1) (1421) and P. Aelius Vitalis (1) (1790) also in Lusitania. As Gresianus
died aged 45, he possibly held his last two posts under Hadrian. *On the senior clerical
grade tabularius provinciae: Boulvert (1) 115-17 + nn. 137-152; Weaver 245-8.
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Harmonianus
6.22044
A MARCIO ALEXANDRO / A FIL Q V AN XVIIII / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / HARMONIANUS / FRATRI / B M F *The (younger) brother is freeborn, after the mother’s manumission andpresumably remarriage; cf. Weaver 158.
Hebrus Aug. lib.
(1) 11.3548a = 15.7770 =
IMP CAESARIS NERVAE TRAIANI AUG GERM / SUB CURA HEB[ri] AUG LIB [imp] CAESARIS NERVAE TRAIANI AUG GERM DACICI / CURA HEBRI AUG (3) 15.7893IMP NERVAE TRAIANI CAESAR AUG / GERMAN SUB CURA HEBRI LIB IMP CAESARIS NERVAE TRAIANI AUG GERM[an] / SUB CURA HEBRI AUG IMP CAESARIS NERVAE TRAIANI AUG GERM DACICI / SUB CURA HEBRI *PIR2 H 33; (1) 2 etc.: ‘pr(ocurator) (aquarum)’.
Ulp(ius) Helis Aug. lib.
AE 1930, 93
D M / ULP HELIS AUG LIB OPT TABEL / VIX ANN LXI MARCIANUS ET HELI/ODORUS FIL PATRI PIENTISSIMO / M CAUS FECERUNT 2: ‘opt(io) tabel(lariorum)’, cf.1158; 5: ‘m(emoriae) caus(a)’.
Ulpia Helpis quae et Claudia (M. Ulpi Aug. lib. Symphori) lib.
(1) 6.8456 See 1268(1)
On the unusual nomenclature, see 1268.
(2) 6.29304
See 1268 (2)
M. Ulpius Hermadio Aug. lib.
AE 1977, 31 = P. Cavuoto, Vichiana 3, 1974, 239-49
D M / M ULPIUS HERMADIO AUG LIB VOLUNTATE CL / SATURNINAE UXORIS SUAE SANCTISSUMAE MONIMENTUM COEPIT / VIBA EA QUOD EFFECTUM EST POST OBITUM EIUSDEM SATURNINAE /(5) CUIUS MONIMENTI IUS LIBERI EORUNDEM HABEBUNT LIBERTI / QUOQUELIBERTAEQUE P E INQUO IPSA PARUM POSITA E[s]T EO QUOD NON /PERACTO OPERE MONIMENTI VITA FUNCTA SIT IUSSERITQUE SEVERBIS / TESTAMENTI IN ATRIO PRAETORII E[t cum viro? p]ONI AD CUIUSMONIMENT/I PERTINEBIT TAM ATRIUM TA<m> CUBICULUM QU[od e]STCONTRA SARCOFAGUM /(10) ITEM ALIT(!) CUBICULUM ADPLICITUM CUMCELLARIOLIS DUOBUS IUXTA DIMI / IN PARTE SINISTRA QUAE SUNT INCOMPLUVIO ITEM AD IUS MONIMENTI SE[q] Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti / ET SARCOFAGI QUOD(!) ET IN ATRIO PE[rt]ENEBUNT MEMBRA X ETTRICLINIUS(!) SEPOSITO SOLARIO QUAE SUNT ADSCESU(!) SINISTRO ACUBICULIS S S ET DI / ANA SCALA PRIMA ITEM SCALA BREVIORESUPERIORE ADSCENSU SINISTRO ET MO/NIMENTI ATRI ETIAM SUPEREADEM CUBICULA ET ATRIUM SED ET PORTICUS QUORUM / OMNIUMMENBRORUM(!) ITUM AMBITUM IUS HABEBUNT PERSONAE S S CUIUSMONIMENTI ET ATRI ANTE FACIEM /(15) TERRAE P XXX PERTINEBUNT ADPERSONAS S S *10: ‘dimi(dium)’: 11: ‘se[q(uentur)]’; 12-13: ‘s(upra) s(criptis); di(midia) ana(?)’.
The spacious tomb of Hermadio’s wife Claudia Saturnina for herself and familywas prescribed in her will. For details of the complex, see AE ad loc.; cf. E.
Champlin, Final Judgments 174.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Herma
6.8799
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / HERMA A CURA AMICOR / FECIT SIBI ET ULPIIS / PYTHE AGATHOPO SUCCESSO / ET NICANDRO CAES N SER ET / LIBLIBERTAB POSTERQ EOR ET / AERARIO SOTERI ET SETRIAE / IULIANEAMICIS BENE / MERENTIBUS *3: ‘a cura amicor(um)’, domestic staff responsible for managing visitors to theemperor at Rome; see Boulvert (1) 182.
M. U(lpius) Hermeros Aug. l.
AE 1922, 9
S SALAGAN / M U HERME/ROS AUG L / V S L / ANIMO *1: ‘s(acrum); 2: ‘U(lpius)’, one of only two single-letter abbreviation of the nomen ‘Ulpius’ in the Fam. Caes. material so far.; cf. 1188.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Hermes (1)
6.8794
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB HERMETI / CUBICULARIO FEC / CLAUDIA SPARTE CONIUX / B M ET SIBI ET SUIS LIB LIBER/TABUSQ POSTERISQ EOR M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Hermes (2)
6.10992
D M / AELIAE T{H}RYPHENAE / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / PHILOMETOR / FRATER SORORI / PIISSIMAE / ET M ULPIO AUG LIB / HERMETI CONIUGI /EIUS ET POSTERISQUE / EORUM B M F M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Hermias
3.1312 = D 1593
D M / M ULPIO AUG / LIB HERMIAE PROC / AURARIARUM CUIUS / RELIQUIAE EX INDULGENTIA / AUG N ROMAM LATAE SUNT / SALONIA PALESTRICE / CONIUNX ET DIOGENES / LIB BENE MERENTI FECER /VIXIT ANN LV *PIR1 V 554. The youngest actual figure for age-at death of a freedmanprocurator; cf. Weaver 225, 269.
Hermippus Aug. lib.
6.10088 = D 5268
D[m]S / HERMIPPO / AUG LIB PROC / SCAENIC ULP / AMANDA ET ULP / PRIMITIVA PATR / B M POSUERUNT *6: ‘patr(ono)’, rather than ‘patr(i)’. For bene merens as the characteristicepithet of patronal relationships, and between spouses, but not of other familialrelationships, see Sigismund Nielsen (1996) .
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti Ulpia Aug. lib. Herois
6.8737
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. [H]esych[us] (1)
14.3393
D M SACRUM / M ULPIUS AUG LIB [h]ESYCH[us] / ACILIAE EUT[y]CHIAE M[atri] / PIENTISSIMAE ET ACI[liae] / VIC[tor]IAE [--] SOR[ori] / P[---] SUAE [---] Hesychus (2) Aug. l.
(1) AE 1940, 40
(b) IMP CAES NERV TRAIANI / AUG GERM DACICI SUB CUR / HESYCHIAUG L PROC THEMISTUS / SER ALEXANDR FEC AQ TR *(b)4: ‘Alexandr(ianus)’. Themistus is not certainly a Caes. ser.; cf. Chantraine298, no. 24.
‘aq(ua) Tr(aiana)’.
IMP CAES NERVAE TRAIANI AUG GER DACICI SUB CUR HESYCHI PROC [imp] CAES NERV[ae] TRAIAN AUG GERM DACICI / SUB CUR [h]ES[ychi *PIR2 H 166, fistulae, AD 102/114.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Hierax
6.8733 = D 1812
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / HIERAX / PRAEPOSITUS AURI / POTORI / CAESARIS N / FECIT
On praepositus, see 1158.
M. Ulpius Ierolophus Aug. libertus
6.29219
D M / M ULPIO IEROLOPHO(!) / AUG LIBERTO / F PARTHENOPE / CONIUGI SUO CARISSIMO / FECIT *2: ‘Hierophilus’ (?); 4: ‘F(lavia)’; cf. Weaver 40f.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Hilarus
6.5499
D M / M ULPIO FELICIS/SIM[o] M ULPI/US AUG LIB / HILARUS ALUM/NO Ulpia Hygia Mariani Aug. lib.lib.
3.7046 See 1223 (1)
M.Ulpius Hypnus (M. Ulpi Aug. lib. Phaedimi) lib.
3.575 M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Inachus
6.29222
D M / M ULPIO / AUG LIB / INACHO / ULPIA / HELPIS / CONIUGI B M F Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Ionicus
6.29223
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB / IONICO CLAUDIA / IUSTA MARITO / OPTIMO M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Italicus
6.29225
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / ITALICUS VIVOS FECIT / SIBI ET T FLAVIO ITALICO / ET FLAVIAE RHOME PARENTI/BUS PIISSIMIS ET FLAVIAE /MELPOMENE UXORI BENE / MERENTI ITEM LIBERTIS LIBER/TABUSQUEPOSTERISQ EORUM / H M H N S *Italicus, as a slave born before his mother’s manumission, was given thesame cognomen as his father, who is presumed also to have been an Imperialslave. By whose choice? Ulpius Iucundus Aug. lib.
6.29226
D M / ULPIUS IUCUN/DUS AUG LIB / ULPIAE PRI/MITIVAE LIB / BENE M M. Ulp(ius) Aug. l. Iulianus
6.36576
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Laletus
6.6190
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB / LALETO / A CODICILLIS / M ULPIUS CALVINUS / PATRI B M F ET SIBI / POSTERISQUE SUIS *The earliest evidence of a department separate from the ab epistulis for theappointment diplomas of Imperial officials, but which probably came into beingunder Domitian; cf. Boulvert (1) 254.
Lycormas (freedman of Trajan; PIR2 L 459)
(1) Pliny, Ep. 10. 63 (to Trajan)
scripsit mihi, domine, Lycormas libertus tuus ut, si qua legatio a Bosporo venisset urbem petitura, usque in adventum suum retineretur. et legatioquidem, dumtaxat in eam civitatem, in qua ipse sum, nulla adhuc venit, sed venittabellarius Sauromatae <regis>, quem ego usus opportunitate, quam mihi casusobtulerat, cum tabellario qui Lycormam ex itinere praecessit mittendum putavi, utposses ex Lycormae et regis epistulis pariter cognoscere, quae fortasse pariterscire deberes.
(2) ib. 67 (to Trajan) legato Sauromatae regis, cum sua sponte Nicaeae, ubi me invenerat, biduosubstitisset, longiorem moram faciendam, domine, non putavi, primum quodincertum adhuc erat, quando libertus tuus Lycormas venturus esset . (2) haecin notitiam tuam perferenda existimavi, quia proxime scripseram petisseLycormam, ut legationem, si qua venisset a Bosporo, usque in adventum suumretinerem. .
*For commentary, see Sherwin-White (2) 648–9. Lycormas is not called‘procurator’ by Pliny in either letter, simply as ‘libertus tuus’. He may thereforehave been on a special assignment in the Bosporan region and not an official ofthe provincial administration of Bithynia-Pontus at all. The tone of the Imperialfreedman’s letter to the senatorial governor, as reported in (1): ‘scripsitut.legatio usque in adventum suum retineretur’, is not as peremptory as it mightseem; cf. (2) ‘petisse Lycormam’. Pliny, however, reports the request to Trajanand gives reasons for not complying. He does not treat Lycormas as one of hisown staff responsible to him—an interesting reflection of the formal relationshipbetween officials of different sectors in the Imperial provincial administration andtheir separate links with the emperor, particularly where Imperial property andother interests were involved.
Ulpia Macaria (M. Ulpi Aug. lib. Marcelli) lib.
6.37756 Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. U(lpius) Aug. lib. Macedo
AE 1988, 75
D M / FABIAE NICE NUTRICI BENE / MERENTI M U AUG LIB MACEDO / FECIT
*For the rare single-letter abbreviation of ‘Ulpius’, cf. 1167.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Marcellus
6.37756
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB MARCELLUS / DECURIO LECTICARIORUM SIBI / ET ULPIAE MACARIAE LIB SUAE / S V F *5: ‘s(e) v(ivo) f(ecit)’.
Ulpia Marcia verna Aug.
AE 1987, 173
DIIS MANIB / ULPIAE MARCIAE / VERNAE AUG / VIXIT ANNIS XIII / MENSIB VII / DIEBUS XXI / FECIT / ARTORIA DORIS / FILIAE PIENTISS *On this extraordinary status indication of a 13-year-old Imperial freedwoman,see Solin, Arctos 22, 1988, 154f.
(M.Ulpius) Marianus Aug. lib.
(1) 3.7046
D M / ULPIAE / HYGIAE / MARIANI / AUG LIB PROC LIB / FELIX CONIUGI / *5: ‘proc(urator marmorum)’, in charge of the prized Phrygian marble quarriesin Asia Minor, whose administration was based at Synnada. Cf. Hirschfeld (2) 3.7048M ULPIUS / MARIANI LIB / PAEDEROS HIC / SITUS EST M. Ulpius Martialis (1) Aug. lib.
6.8483 = D 1598
DIS MANIB / M ULPIO / MARTIALI / AUG LIB / A MARMORIBUS *An official of a statio marmorum responsible for the reception, storage andsecurity of marble blocks delivered to Rome by sea. There was no centraliseddepartment in Rome administering quarries throughout the empire. Cf.
Hirschfeld 175f.; Boulvert (1) 224.
M.Ulpius Aug. lib. Martialis (2)
6.8728 = 11.3820 = D 7506
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB MARTIALI / COACTORI ARGENTARIO / CAESARIS *3: ‘coactor argentarius’ = ‘money collector’ or ‘banker’; cf. Dig. 40.7.40.8(Scaevola).
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Martialis (3)
6.17398
ME[m]ORIAE SACR / EUTHYMO CUI ET LUPO / CAES N VERN VIX ANN VIIII / DIEB XX FECERUNT / M ULPIUS AUG LIB MARTIALIS / ET ULPIA PRIMA
FILIO CARISS / ET SIBI ET SUIS LIBERTIS / LIBERTABUSQUE
POSTERISQUE / EORUM
*The inscription could date from the early Hadrianic period. The son’s
supernomen ‘Lupus’ is the earliest example of an imperial slave with ‘attached’
supernomen, and possibly in the Fam. Caes. as a whole; cf. 1542 : P. Aelius
Felix (4). See also commentary on M. Ulpius Nicephorus (1288), with
references to the literature on supernomina there cited. On the possible
connection of the name ‘Lupus’ with his father’s cognomen ‘Martialis’, see
Chantraine 384f.
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti [M.] Ulpius Martinus Aug. lib.
6.9074
D M / [m] ULPIUS MARTINUS / [a]UG LIB EX TABULARIS *The earliest dateable instance of the occupational title ex tabulari(i)s. For itsmeaning as ‘rank-and-file tabularius’ rather than ‘former tabularius’, Weaver248f.; but, for the latter interpretation, see Boulvert (2) 157f. + n. 290.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Maximus (1)
6.29239
D M / M ULPIO / AUG LIB / MAXIMO / IUNIA SPES / CONIUGI / BENE Maximus (2) (freedman of Trajan; PIR2 M 426)
(1) Pliny, Ep. 10. 27 (to Trajan)
Maximus libertus et procurator tuus, domine, praeter decem beneficiarios, quos adsignari a me Gemellino optimo viro iussisti, sibi quoque confirmat necessariosesse milites sex. hos interim, sicut inveneram, in ministerio eius relinquendosexistimavi, praesertim cum ad frumentum comparandum iret in Paphlagoniam.
quin etiam tutelae causa, quia ita desiderabat, addidi duos equites. in futurum,quid servari velis, rogo rescribas.
nunc quidem proficiscentem ad comparationem frumentorum Maximum libertum meum recte militibus instruxisti. fungebatur enim et ipse extraordinario munere.
cum ad pristinum actum reversus fuerit, sufficient illi duo a te dati milites ettotidem a Virdio Gemellino procuratore meo, quem adiuvat.
Maximum libertum et procuratorem tuum, domine, per omne tempus, quo fuimusuna, probum et industrium et diligentem ac sicut rei tuae amantissimum itadisciplinae tenacissimum expertus, libenter apud te testimonio prosequor, eafide quam tibi debeo.
*On the role of Maximus as assistant procurator and part of a system of dual
procuratorships, see Weaver 233f., 264ff., 278ff.; Boulvert (1) 270ff., 392ff.;
Sherwin-White (2) 597f. Note that Epimachus (1116), his successor as
assistant procurator to Virdius Gemellinus, is already in office by the time Pliny
writes his reference for Maximus in Ep. 85 = (3) below.
On the content and value of ‘official’ testimonials, see Saller 94ff.; Williams
132f.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Menodoru[s]
6.29240
[d] M M ULPIUS AUG LIB MEN/ODORU[s fecit] SIBI ET CONIUGI /SUAE ET [libertis] LIBERTABUSQUE / POSTER[isque eo]RUM ET / T FLAVIO [---]ROFRATRI SUO / LIBERTIS LIBERTABUSQUE POSTERIS/QUE EORUM NE DENOMEN(!) EXSIAT M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Menophilus
6.4228
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB / MENOPHILO ADIUTORI / PROC AB ORNAMENTIS / VIXIT ANN XXXV MENS V / POSUERUNT / P AELIUS AUG LIB MENOPHILUS / PATER ET CAMINIA FORTUNATA / MATER INFELICISSIMA ET IULIA /PASSERILLA CONIUX PIENTISSIMA EX DECRETU(!) / SOCIORUM ANNIOVERO III ET EGGIO AMBIBULO COS *Menophilus, who rose to to the rank of adiutor proc(uratoris), wasmanumitted at the age of 26 or even younger, given his age at death of 35, andthe date of the inscription, 9 years after the death of Trajan, who manumittedhim. Early manumission is unusual for those in the administration, but less so Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti for those in the domestic service, as was Menophilus. More unusual is the factthat his father, also named Menophilus, a freedman of Hadrian, was manumittedlater than his son, and thus presumably unusually late, if, as is reasonable toassume, there was a 15-20 year gap in their ages. See Weaver 234f.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Menophoon
ILA 440
GENIO AQUAR TRAIAN / M ULPIUS AUG LIB MENOPHOON / ADIUTOR LICINI MAXIMI ET FELICIORIS PROC AUG / VOTUM SOLVIT Another freedman procuratorial assistant (see 1199 above), but in this casean ‘adiutor proc(uratorum)’, in fact of an equestrian-freedman pair of procuratorsalready known from the Henchir-Mettich inscription (8.25902 = 1214 (1): Felicior)from Africa Proconsularis. This is additional evidence for a system of dualprocuratorships, at least on the Imperial estates in North Africa. Cf. 1191:Epimachus for refs.
M. Ulpius Mercurius ([M.U]lpi Aug. lib. Strato[nis] lib.) 6.8442 = D 1531 M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Merop[s]
6.29191
M ULPIO FELICISSIMO VIXIT ANN IIII DIEB V / M ULPIUS AUG LIB MEROP[s] ET FLAVIA PHOEBAS / INFELICISSIMI ET M UL[p]IUS PRIMIGENIUS ET /CAPRIOLA NUTRICII ALUMNO PIISSIMO *On nutricii:, see Bradley (2) 37ff.; on nutrices and nursing, Bradley (1) 201ff.;cf. Rawson.(2) 13ff.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Metiscus
11.3275
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB / METISCO / CL THALLUSA / CONIUGI B M P M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Mithres
AE 1948, 57
ANTONIAE M F / VALENTINAE / CONIUGI CASTISSIMAE / ET PIISSIMAE / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / MITHRES / TABULAR HEREDITATIUM *Marriage to his freeborn wife Antonia Valentina could have taken place afterhis manumission. No children are mentioned. Mithres is scarcely to beidentified with his homonym in 6.29241, as suggested in AE ad loc.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Narcissus
6.29242
M ULPIO AUG LIB / NARCISSO FECIT / ATTEIA FELICLA / AMICO OPTIMO / M. Ulpius Natalis Aug. [lib.]
6.29243
[---]EIO TRO[---] / [---]O TESTAM[--- / ---]INUS AUG L[--- / ---]I POSTERIS [--- / - --] M ULPIUS NATALIS AUG [lib / chr]ESTE CONIUGI SANCT [issimae / --] VIXANN XLVII M III [--- / ---]CTO FILIO B M ET SIBI ET [lib / libertabusqu]EPOSTERISQUE M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Nec[tareus]
6.29244
DIS MANIB[s] / M ULPIO M F NECTA[reo] / VIXIT MEN IIII DIE[---] / VOCONIA C F NYMPH[---] / ET M ULPIUS AUG LIB NEC[tareus] / PARENTES
FECERUNT ET [sibi] / SUIS POSTERISQ EORU[m]
*Another Ulpius father and son with the same cognomen (cf. 1182, 1198). In
this case the infant son is freeborn to a freeborn mother whose marriage no
doubt took place after the manumission of her Imperial freedman husband.
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Nedymus (1)
3.1792
MERCURIO AUG SACR / M ULPIUS AUG LIB NEDYMUS / C POLLIUS ALBANUS / T VETULENUS T L ABASCANTUS / Q CORNELIUS AUGUSTALIS / L VOLCEIUS CERDO / IIIIII / VIRI M M OB HON *8: ‘m(agistri) M(ercuriales)? cf. 3.1769–70 = D 7167/a; 1775= D 7168.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Nedymus (2)
6.29245
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB NEDYMO ET LIBER/TIS LIBERTABUSQUE POSTERISQUE / EORUM EX TESTAMENTO FECERUNT / HEREDES /ARBITRATU AELIAE LESBIAE SORO/RIS ET COHEREDIS ULPI NEDYMI / EXSS C— N— M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Nicanor
6.15406
D M / CL EUPHROSYNE / BENED HIC S EST / FECERUNT / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / NICANOR / CONIUGI KAR DULC ET / L BAEBIUS / ONESIPHORUS /MATRI DULC PIENT Ulpia Nice (Ulpi Tyranni Aug. lib. lib.) 6.8891 M.Ulp(ius) Nicephorus Aug.lib.
10.1729; cf. AE 1978, 117; 1988, 296
D M / GREGORIO / M ULP NICEPHORI AUG LIB PROX COMM / ANN QUI VIXIT ANN XVIII M VIII / D XI NICEPHORUS ET ULPIA PRO/FUTURAPARENTES MISERI / FILIO PIISSIMO *2–4: ‘Gregorio M. Ulp(ii) Nicephori Aug(usti) lib(erti) prox(imi)comm(entariorum) ann(onae) (filio), qui vixit.’For this reading of the inscription, see Weaver, Antichthon 5, 1971, 77–84,where it is argued that, despite the rarity of ‘Gregorius’ hitherto as a cognomenand the common later use of ‘Gregorius’ as signum (see Kajanto,.Supernomina59; Wuilleumier 656ff.), it is here the cognomen of the 18-year-old son of M.
Ulpius Nicephorus (=Nicephorus), the freedman second-in-charge of the cornsupply record office at Rome. At that age Gregorius, if in the imperialadministrative service, should be still a slave (see Weaver, art. cit. 80-81). Theinscription could be dated as late as the middle of Hadrian’s reign, c. AD 130.
This interpretation is preferred to that of Solin (Puteoli 11, 1987, 38–40 = AE1988, 296) that Gregorius is the son of another Nicephorus, freedman andhomonym of the Imperial freedman M. Ulpius Nicephorus, and that theinscription be dated to c. AD 170.
Supernomina of the ‘detached’ type (signa), which appear separately from thename of the dedicated at the head or elsewhere in an inscription, which can beof a non-funerary kind, are of eastern origin and appear late in the 2nd C.
Chantraine (382) reads lines 2-3: ‘Gregorio / M. Ulp. Nicephori Aug. lib.
prox(imo) [!] comm(entariorum)’, apparently ignoring the case of ‘Nicephori’ andpresumably also of ‘lib(erti)’, and continues with ‘prox(imo)’ in apposition to‘Gregorio’. He considers (384) that Gregorius here is an early example of asignum, in this case taken to distinguish a son from a father with the samecognomen. He does not consider the early age of the son in relation to hismanumission and the occupational post involved, nor the status of the father.
With a single name, the latter might be taken as still a slave, while his son hasbeen favoured with early freedom and significant promotion. If, however,Nicephorus père too is an (imperial) freedman, it has to be assumed that he hasomitted his nomen (and status indication) while the mother, Ulpia Profutura,nevertheless retains hers.
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Niceta
6.29247
M ULPIUS AUG LIB / NICETA / ET CHRYSOGONE / EURESIS (!) CAE N SERVA / CHRYSEROTI FILIO / [-] *3–4: ‘Chrysogone Euresis’ is peculiar, if not unique, as a form of doublename of an imperial slave woman, as taken by Solin 361; Boulvert (2) 308 n.
234.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Nysaeus
AE 1980, 72 = 6.29224
DIS MANIBUS / M ULPIUS AUG LIB NYSAEUS / EMIT SIBI ET LARCIAE ARTIMI/SIAE CONIUGI SUAE ET SUIS LIB / LIBERTABUSQ POSTERISQUE /EORUM AEDIC A SOLO AD CAMARAM / LATA P IIS :. IN QUA SUNT OLLAEN VI *6–7: ‘aedic(ulam).lata(m)’: a tomb vault 2 3/4 feet high from ground toceiling ; cf. AE ad loc.
Onesimus (1) Aug. lib.
6.29234
D M / ULPI / MARCELLINI / QUI V ANNIS / IIII MENS / VIIII DIEB II / ONESIMUS AUG LIB / ET IULIA MARCELLI/NA FILIO PIISSIMO *Marcellinus/a are overwhelmingly freeborn cognomina. (cf. Kajanto 173).
Onesimus is a freedman of Trajan on the grounds that, as the child Marcellinusderives his cognomen from his mother and it is highly likely that he is freeborn,his nomen comes from his father. He was born after his father’s manumission.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Onesimus (2)
6.29368
D M / ULPIAE LAUDICE / VIX AN XXIIII M VII D III / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / ONESIMUS ET ULPIA / NICE FILIAE PIENTISSIM M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Ophelion
6.7187
D M / FLAVIAE URANIAE / AVIAE OPTIMAE / M ULPIUS / AUG LIB / M. Ulpius Optatus (1) Aug. lib.
6.35898
D M MUTIAE / ISIADI VIX AN XXXIII / M ULPIUS OPTATUS / AUG LIB Optatus (2) Aug. l.
(1) AE 1977, 23
D M / OPTATI AUG L / QUI PR AD ANA/BOLICUM ALEX ITEM IN PRO/VINCIA CILIC ET AD R/ATIONEM CHAR/TAR T FLAVI PAL CORINTHUM(!) / FLA
SATURA / MATER FILIS / PIENTISSIMI[s]
3–5: ‘qui pr(ocuravit) ad anabolicum Alex(andreae), item (qui
pr[ocuravit]) in provincia Cilic(ia)’. On this descending procuratorial
career, see S. Demougin, Historia
26, 1977, 381–4. It is unlikely, however,
that the second last post, ‘in provincia Cilicia’ was that of a freedman
procurator provinciae
, adjunct to the equestrian procurator. Perhaps
Optatus was procurator in charge of a vectigal
there; cf. (T. Flavius)
Eutactus (5) (814
). On the procuratorship ad anabolicum, see .
On the question of Optatus’ nomen, he is more likely to have been manumitted
by Trajan (or Nerva) than by one of the Flavian emperors. Assuming that his
mother Fla(via) Satura was an Imperial freedwoman, his younger brother
Corinthus, who was freeborn, must have been born at the earliest in AD 70, after
his mother’s manumission, but just as likely ten or twenty years later, i.e. AD
80–90. If Optatus himself was born not more than four or fiveyears before his
brother and was freed at the regular age of 30, he could not have been
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti manumitted much before AD100 nor become a fully fledged freedmanprocurator before 110. His preferred nomen is thus ‘Ulpius’, and the date of hisinscription is late Trajanic or even Hadrianic.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Pacatus
6.38351
D M / FELICI CAES / N SER VERN Q V AN / XIIII MENS X DIEB VII / FEC / M ULPIUS AUG LIB PACATUS / ET CAELIA VENUSINA PARENT F B M ET /SIBI SUISQ POSTERISQ SUORUM *7: ‘f(ilio) b(ene) m(erenti)’. For the seemingly anomalous Imperial slavestatus of the son Felix whose mother Caelia Venusina has a non-imperial nomenand could be freeborn, see Weaver 156, 160ff.; Boulvert (2) 308f.
M. Ulpius Mariani (Aug.) lib. Paederos 3.7048 See 1191 (2)
Ulpia Paezusa (M. Ulpi Aug. lib. Rufionis) lib.
6.29378 Ulpius Pancalus Augustorum libertus
6.29294
D M / ULPIAE Y[---]N / ET ULPIO PAN/CALO AUGUS/TORUM LIB/ERTO *On Augustorum liberti prior to AD 161, see commentary and references at
1547: P. Aelius Felix (9).
Ulpia Paramone (M. Ulpi Aug. lib. Floridi) liberta 6.29198 M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Paris Augustanus
6.8772
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB PARIDI / AUGUSTANO / A FRUMENTO CUBICULARIORUM / ET ULPIAE ISOCHRISAE / M ULPIUS M F IULIANUS /PARENTIBUS OPTIMIS FECIT / ET M ULPIO SOTERICO ET / LIB LIBERTABQPOSTERISQ / EORUM *Chantraine 304, no. 72; all examples of the agnomen ‘Augustanus’ areFlavian or Trajanic , in contrast with those of ‘Augustianus’ which are foundearlier in the 1st-century.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Patiens Victorianus
(1) 6.8933 = D 1689
See 476 (1)
*Chantraine 340, no. 333. Patiens, a freedman of Trajan, dedicates (1) to Ti.
Claudius Ianuarius Aug. l. Gratianus, and (2) to T. Flavius Aug. lib. VictorGalbianus. On the chronology and nomenclature, see Weaver 50 n. 2;Chantraine loc. cit.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Pha[---]
NSc 1922, 228
M ULPI AUG LIB PHA[-] *’Pha[edimus?]; cf. ibid. 227: ‘Sindanus Phaedimi ser fecit’.
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Phaedimus (1)
3.575
D M / M ULPIO HYPNO / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / PHAEDIMUS / LIB KARISSIMO *6: ‘d(e) s(uo) b(ene) m(erenti)’.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Phaedimus (2)
6.1884 = D 1792
M ULPIO AUG LIB PHAEDIMO / DIVI TRAIANI AUG A POTIONE / ITEM A LAGUNA ET TRICLINIARCH / LICTORI PROXIMO ET A COMMENT / BENEFICIORUM VIXIT ANN XXVIII / ABSCESSIT SELINUNTE PRI IDUSAUGUS / NIGRO ET APRONIANO COS / RELIQUIAE TREIECTAE(!) EIUS / III NONAS FEBR EX PERMISSU / COLLEGII PONTIFIC PIACULO FACTO / CATULLINO ET APRO COS / DULCISSIMAE MEMORIAE EIUS / VALENSAUG LIB PHAEDIMIANUS / A VESTE BEN MER FECIT *Favoured by Trajan with early manumission and with advancement in the
Imperial domestic service, Phaedimus remarkably (and perhaps not
fortuitously?) died in Cilicia at the same time and place as the emperor himself
(Dio 68.33; HA Hadr. 4.7). The early manumission and death of Hypnus, the
freedman of Phaedimus (1) (1228 above), at precisely the same age as
Phaedimus (2) at 28 years, however, is purely fortuitous.
M. Ulpius Phaedimus (3) Aug. l./lib.
(1) 6.8762
D M / FLAVIAE ACTE CONIUGI / BENE MERENTI SANCTISSIMAE / FEMINAE ULPIUS EPAFRODITUS / PHAEDIMI AUG <l> A CUBICULO LIB / FECIT SIBILIBE<r>TIS LIBERTABUS/QUE SUIS ET POSTERISQUE / EORUM (b) EPAPHRODITUS PHAEDIMI / AUG LIB AB CUBICULO S FECIT *fistula; b 2: ‘s(ervus)’.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Philetus (1)
6.5303
M ULPIUS AUG LIB / PHILETUS / HEDIAE PARTHENICE / CONIUGI BENE M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Philetus (2) Arminianus
6.12348
D M / C ARMINI HER/METIS FECIT / M ULPIUS AUG / LIB PHILETUS / *As a slave, probably of the senatorial C. Arminius Gallus (PIR2 A 1065),Philetus was transferredto the Fam. Caes. and freed by Trajan, while his brotherHermes remained to be freed by Arminius. Chantraine 303, no. 60; Weaver158.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Philometor
6.10992
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Philotas
6.8553 = D 1764
M ULPIO AUG LIB PHILO/TAE PP VESTIS SCAENICAE / ULPIA VENERIA MARITO / INCOMPARABILI PIETATE HIC / IACET ILLE SITUS MFORMON/SIOR ULLO QUOD MERUIT VIVUS / MORIENS QUOT ET IPSE / Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti ROGAVIT CONIUGI SUE / GRATAE PRAESTITIT ECCE FIDES *2: ‘p(rae)p(osito)’; 6: ‘M(arcus)’, 10: ‘coniugi[s] su(a)e’ CIL, Dessau (butscansion of final pentameter?).
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Pl[---]
6.39064
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB PL[---] / ET ULPIA REGILLA FECER[unt si]/BI SUIS LIBERTIS LIBERTA[busque] / POSTERIS QUE EO[rum] M. Ulpius Placidus Aug. lib.
6.8581
DIS MADIB(!) / M ULPIO PLACID/O AUG LIB TABULARI/O A RATIONIBUS / MESE CALIARUM(!) / SUCCESSUS CAPRIO/LA PATRONO BENE / MERENTI[---] *5: ‘me(n)s(a)e [G]al(l)iarum’ CIL.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Praepo
6.37542 = AE 1911, 202
DIS MANIBUS / MNESTERI / M ULPIUS AUG LIB PRAEPO / ET ULPIA GALATEA / PARENTES FIL SUO KARIS / FECERUNT ET SIBI ET SUIS /POSTERISQ EORUM / IN FR P VII IN AGR P X *’Pr(a)epo’: Solin 906.
Prepis (M. Ulpi Aug. lib. Euhemer.) lib.
6.36186 Ulpia Primigenia ([M. U]lpi Aug. lib. Strato[nis] lib.) 6.8442 = D 1531 Ulpia Primilla (M. Ulpi) Eutychetis ([M. U]lpi Aug. lib. Strato[nis] lib.) lib.
6.8442 = D 1531 *A freedwoman of a freedman of an Imperial freedman.
M. Ulpius Aug. l. Primio
6.9069
D M / M ULPI AUG L / PRIMIONIS / TAB / FECIT / DIONYSIAS / CONTUBERNALI / B M *4: ‘tab(ularius)’, not ‘tab(ellarius)’: Weaver 227, 241f.
Ulpia Primitiva (Ulpi Iucundi Aug. lib.) lib.
6.29226 Quartus(?) Ulpius Primitivus libert. Augg.
13.2308
D M / MEMORIAE AETERNAE / QUARTI ULPI PRIMITIVI / LIBERT AUGG QUARTIA / SECUNDILLA LIBERTA ET / CONIUNX PATRONO PIEN/TISSIMO ET SIBI KARISSIMO / ERGA SE BENEMERENTI / CUM QUO VIXI ANNOSXXIII / M VII D XXV QUI HABUIT ANN XXXXVI / SIBI VIVA POSUIT ET SUB /ASCIA DEDICAVIT *Several irregularities about the nomenclature of Primitivus and hisfreedwoman–spouse Secundilla make the readings in lines 2–3 suspect: hispraenomen Quartus (Quartius?), not ‘Marcus’; her nomen ‘Quartia’, not ‘Ulpia’;and the unusual form and order of his status indication ‘libert. Augg.’; cf.
Hirschfeld, CIL ad loc.; Chantraine 80 n. 82, 227, 288 n. 28; Boulvert (2) 67 n.
388 (who considers his praenomen to be derived from the nomen of hissupposed former master ‘Quartius’). In the latter case, an agnomen ‘Quartianus’ Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti would be expected. It is not explained why the freedwoman of an Imperial
freedman of multiple Augusti takes the nomen ‘Quartia’ unless Primitivus was
himself first freed by a ‘Quartius’. This is unparalleled in the Fam. Caes.
material.
On the general question of Augustorum liberti prior to AD 161, see
commentary and references at 1547: P. Aelius Felix (9).
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Primus
RAC 3, 1926, p.160
D M / ULPIAE CYTHERIDI / VIXIT ANNIS LXXII / M ULPIO AUG LIB PRIMO / M. Ulpius Aug. lib. [P]riscus
10.6667 = D 1581
M. Ulp(ius) Augg. lib. Probus
14.176 = D 1484
D M / M ULP AUGG LIB / PROBUS PROC / PROVINC PANNONIAE / SUPER ET AFRICAE / REG THEVEST VIXIT / ANNIS LXXI M V / DIEB XIII / ULP M FPROBITAS / PRIVIGNA ET HERES / B M *PIR , V 562; an ‘Ulpius Augg. lib.’ who did reach senior level and held
procuratorial posts most likely under Hadrian or Antoninus Pius, and died over
the age of 71, might even have lived into the joint reign of M. Aurelius and L.
Verus.
On the general question of Augustorum liberti prior to AD 161, see
commentary and references at 1547: P. Aelius Felix (9).
M. Ulpius Proculus Domitiani Caesaris verna [et] Augustor(um) libertus
AE 1901, 171 = NS 1901, 20
DIS MANIBUS / M ULPI PROCULI / TABULARI FISCI / ALEXANDRINI / DOMITIANI CAESARIS / VERNA[e et] AUGUSTOR / LIBERTO(!) QUI[-] / VIXIT
ANN [---]
*6: ‘verna III Augustor(um)’ NS loc. cit.; Chantraine 25 n. 36, 229 n. 25; but
the use of numerals thus for multiple Augusti at this or any other period is
exceptional in the Fam. Caes. Boulvert (2) 49 n. 290, following Hirschfeld 369 n.
4, 458 n. 1, reads: ‘verna[e] Augustor(um)’; cf.ibid. 61 n. 365.
On the general question of Augustorum liberti prior to AD 161, see
commentary and references at 1547: P. Aelius Felix (9).
Ulp(ius) Procl(us) (M.Ulp. Alexandri Aug. lib.) vernacula 3.1998 = D 1528 M. Ulpius [Aug. lib.?] Repenti[nus]
3.7130 = I Eph. 684b
TI IULIUM C[f] / CORN ALE[xan]/DRUM C[apitonem] / TRIB M[il leg iii cy]/RENAIC[ae praefe]/CTUM EQ[uit alae] / AUG PR[oc imp ner]/VAE TR[aiani caesa]/RIS AUG [germanici] / PROVIN[ciae acha]/IAE ITEM[provinciae] / ASIAE/ M ULPIUS [aug lib?] / REPENTI[nus qui dis]/PENSA[vit in provin]/CIA ASIA [obmeri]/TA / [eius] H [c] *14–15: the restorations are Mommsen’s, CIL ad loc.; it is, however,unparalled to find an Imperial freedman of some standing, given the nature ofthis dedication to a senior equestrian procurator, referring in his own career onlyto the slave-held post of dispensator, and not to any freedman post; 16–18: onthe restored reading ‘[ob meril/ta [eius] / h(onoris) [c(ausa)]’, see Weaver, Epig.
Stud.
11, 1976, 220f. On the career of the equestrian Ti. Iulius Alexander,procurator provinciae Asiae under Trajan, cf. IEph 684a; Pflaum, CP no. 75, pp.
170–3.
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. l. Romanus
6.38366 = 11.3835
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Rufio
6.29378
DIS MANIBUS / ULPIAE PAEZUSAE / FECIT / M ULPIUS AUG LIB RUFIO / LIB ET CONIUGI CARISSIMAE / BENE MERENTI V A XXV M V / D IIII HIC SITAEST LONG P VIII LAT P IIII Ulp{h}ia Salvia Augusti liberta
6.29395
D M / ULP{H}IAE SALVIAE / AUGUSTI LIBERTAE / FAUSTUS CONIUGI / Ulpia Aug. lib. Saturnina
6.29396
ULPIAE AUG LIB SATURNINAE / CONIUGI OPTIMAE FECIT ET SIBI / T AELIUS AUG LIB FELIX ET / LIBERTIS LIBERTQUE SUORUM POSTERISQEORUM / ET ULPIAE ATTICA ET ATTICILLA / FILIAE MATRI OPTIMAE ETSIBI / ET LIB LIBQ SUIS POSTERISQ EORUM *As the husband Felix was freed at least 21 years later than his wifeSaturnina, this could be a second marriage for her. Her daughters, Ulpia Atticaand Ulpia Atticilla, were evidently freeborn after Saturnina’s manumission andcould be the issue of a first marriage. For the possibility that the children couldalso have been freed by Trajan, see Boulvert (1) 299; cf. 267 n. 69, M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Saturninus
6.8542
Quartia Secundilla (Quarti Ulpi Primitivi libert. Augg.) liberta 13.2308 (M.Ulp.) Secundus (1) Caes. n. lib.
6.8463
(a) D M / C L FESTAE CONIU/GI B M FEC SECUN/DUS CAES N LIB OFF MON
(b) D M / M ULP SECUNDO / NUMMULARIO / OFFIC MONETAE
a 4: ‘off(icinator) mon(etae)’. In (b) Secundus, without status indication, is
called ‘nummularius’. On the rare, second-century freedman status indication
‘Caes(aris) n(ostri) lib.’, cf. 1094, and see Weaver 56–7; Chantraine 195.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Secundus (2)
6.26040
D M / SCRIBONIAE / PROCULAE / VIX ANN XXVIII / M X DIEB XVIII / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / SECUNDUS / CONIUGI SANCTISSIMAE / ET BENEMERENTI FECIT M. Ulpius Secundus (3) (M. Ulpi Cadmi Aug. lib. lib.) 6.8446 = D 1551 M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Seuthes
6.29262
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / SEUTHES / FECIT EPAPHRODITO / VERNAE SUO KARISS / DE SE BENE MERITO / VIXIT ANNO UNO / MENSIBUS QUINQ/ DIEBUS OCTO Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti Ulpius Sotacus Aug. lib.
6.8979
(a) D M / ULPIO SOTACO / AUG LIB PRAECE/PTORI PUER C N / CHRYSIPPUS LIB / PATRONO OPTIMO / ET BENE MERENTI(b) D M / POLYCLITO / AUG PEDIS / SOTACUS AUG / LIB FRATRIINCOMPARABILI / ET SIBI *(a)3-4: ‘praeceptor puer(orum) C(aesaris) n(ostri)’; praeceptor =paedagogus, which is the usual term for a tutor at the Palatine school forimperial slaves. The distinction between the two titles is not clear. On imperialpaedagogi and the paedagogium Palatinum, see Mohler 264ff.; Boulvert (1) 177-8 + nn. 593-604.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Soter
6.18245
M. Ulpius Soterichus (1) Aug. lib.
6.5737
D M / M ULPIO / SOTERICHO / AUG LIB / GARGILIA ACTE / CL M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Soterichus (2)
10.2959
D M / SILIAE FABULLAE M ULPIUS / AUG LIB SOTERICHUS / CONIUGI OPTIMAE ET DE SE / BENE MERITAE F QUAE / VIXIT ANNIS L M II D X M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Spendo
6.37958
DIS MANIB / ALEXANDRO / CAESARIS N SER / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / SPENDO FRATRI SUO / ET ULPIA SUCCESSA PIENTES / SEMPER MIHIDESIDERANTISSIMO / ET FLAVIAE ZUSAE / B M M. Ulpius Aug. l. Stephanus (1)
6.8770 = 33749 = D 1749
M ULPIO / AUG L / STEPHANO / AB AEGRIS / CUBUCLARIOR / ULPIA ITALIA / UXOR B M FEC
*4-5: medical assistant in the Imperial domestic service; cf. Parthenopaeus ab
aeg(ris) (1376 [P. Aelius Chrysanthus]). On the numerous palace cubicularii,
see Boulvert (1) 246-7.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Stephanus (2)
Maiuri (Meloni?) 562
(a) D M / ULPIAE VERECUNDAE / OPTIMAE LIB / COIUGI FECIT / M ULPIUS AUG / LIB STEPHANUS / PROC XX / HER / REGIONIS KARIAES / ETINSULARUM CYCLADUM / MEMORIAE CAUSA(b) qeoi’” katacqonivoi” ⁄ Oujlpiva Oujerhkouvndh/ ajgavqh/ ⁄ ajpeleuvqevra/kai; sumbivw/ ªejºpoivhsen ⁄ M Ou[lpio” Sebastou’ ajpeleuvqero” ⁄Stevfano” ejpivtropo” k— klhronomiw’n ⁄ periovdou Kariva” kai; nhvswnKuklavdwn ⁄ ⁄mn cavrin [M. U]lpius Aug. lib. Strato
6.8442 = D 1531
[m u]LPIO AUG LIB STRATO[ni] / ADIUTORI A CODICILLIS / M ULPIUS EUTYCHES / ULPIA PRIMIGENIA / M ULPIUS MERCURIUS / ULPIAPRIMILLA LIB EUTYCHETIS / FECERUNT PATRONO / BENE MERENTI ETLIBERTIS / LIBERTABUSQUE POSTERISQUE EORUM / MONUMENTUMEXTERUM HEREDEM / [non sequitur] Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Symphorus
(1) 6.8456
DIS MANIBU[s] / M ULPIUS AUG LIB SYMPHOR[us] / FLATURARIUS AURI ET ARGENTI MONETAE / SIBI ET ULPIAE HELPIDI QUAE ET CLAUDIA LIB ETUXORI SUA[e] / ULPIAE ARSINOE FILIAE ET CLAUDIO ANT{H}IOCIANOFILIO / HELPIDIS LIB SUAE FECIT ET / LIBERTIS LIBERTABUSQUEUTRIUSQUE SEXUS / QUI EX FAMILIA MEI ERUNT RELIQUIARUM SUARUM/ CONDENDARUM CAUSA ET POSTERISQUE EORUM QUI / IN NOMINEMEO PERMANSERINT / EA CONDICIONE NE FIDUCIENT NE VENDANTNEVE ALIO/QUO GENERE ID SEPULCHRUM SIVE MONUMENTUM EST /ALIENARE ULLI POTESTAS SIT / H M H N S D M / ULPIAE ARSINOES / VIX AN III M VII D V / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / SYMPHORUS ET / ULPIA HELPIS / FILIAE FECERUNT * The alternative nomen of Ulpia Helpis who is called ‘quae et Claudia’ in (1), but
not in (2), is very unusual; cf. 1147 = 6.8432: Ulpia sive Aelia Aug. lib. Apate,
and see esp. Chantraine 89ff., 252. As she is Ulpius Symphorus’ freedwoman
as well as his wife—4: ‘lib(ertae) et uxori sua[e]’; 6: ‘Helpidis lib(ertae)
suae’—the first nomen ‘Ulpia’ is obviously derived from that of her husband.
The origin of the second nomen ‘Claudia’ is more problematic. It could derive
from an earlier master and partner from whom also comes the nomen of their
son, Claudius Ant(h)iocianus ‘filio Helpidis’. Born while Helpis was still a slave,
he would have been then manumitted by his patron-father. But how does she
become ‘Claudia’? Was it treated as an additional cognomen or supernomen?
On supernomina in the Fam. Caes., see Chantraine 382–5.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Telomachus
6.35310
M. Ulpius Aug. l. Telesphorus (1)
6.5500
D M / M ULPIO AUG L / TELESPHORO / M ULPIUS IRENAEUS / PARENTI M. U(l)pius Telesphorus (2) Aug. lib.
AE 1978, 53
D M / ULPIAE MARCIAE / M U<l>PIUS TELESPHORUS / AUG LIB COIUGI B M. Ulp(ius) Telesphorus (3) (M. Ulpi Aug. lib. Floridi) libertus 6.29198 M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Terpsitheus
6.8545
(Ulpia) Thais (M. Ulpii Aug. lib. Euphemi) lib.
AE 1989, 27 M. Ulpius Aug. l. Thallus (1)
6.29272
D M / M ULPI<o> AUG L / THALLO / VIXIT ANNOS XXXV / ULPIA EURYALE / Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Thallus (2)
11.3206
M ULPIO AUG LIB / THALLO / PROC / FLAVIA INVENTA UXOR / ET ULPIA PROCULA / FILIA DE SE BENE / MERENTI IDEM / DECURIONIBUS /AUGUSTALIB ET PLEBEI / CONIUGIBUSQ ET LIBERIS / EPULUMDEDERUNT L D D D M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Thaumastus
11.3860 = D 1603
IOVI OP MAX / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / THAUMASTUS / A COMMENTARIIS / OPERUM PUBLICORUM / ET RATIONIS PATRIMONI / D D M. Ulp(ius) Theodor(us) (M. Ulp.Alexandri Aug. lib.) lib.
3.1998 = D 1528 M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Timocrates
6.302 = D 3447
HERCULI BULL / M ULPIUS / AUG LIB / TIMOCRATES / AEDITUS / D D *1: ‘bull(ato)’, wearing a locket as an indication of childhood M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Tiro
AE 1987, 292 = ERC 205a
D M / SALLU<v>IAE CE/RIALI VIXIT / ANNIS XXIIII / M ULPIUS AUG / LIB *ERC = Le Epigrafi Romane di Canosa 2, 1990.
Ulpius Tyrann[us] Aug. lib.
6.8891
D M / ULPIO TYRANN[o] / AUG LIB A MAPPIS / VIXIT ANN XXXIII / ULPIA NICE PATRONO / [---] *3: ‘a mappis’, in charge of the palace table napkins or giving the startingsignal at the circus (cf. Suetonius, Ner. 22.2; Juvenal 11. 193) ? M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Urbanus
6.33764 = D 1815
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / URBANUS ADIUTOR / AB AURO GEMMATO / FECIT SIBI ET / ULPIAE PITHUSAE / CONIUGI SUAE ET / LIBERTISLIBERTABUSQ / SUIS POSTERISQ EORUM M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Valens Phaedimianus
(1) 6.1884 = D 1792
DIS MANIBUS / COELIAE DYNATE / M ULPIUS AUG LIB / VALENS A VESTE IMP / PRIVATA CONIUG KARISS / SANCTISSIMAE / CUM QUA VIXIT ANXXXVIII / SINE CRIMINE ET SIBI / ET SUIS LIBERTIS / LIBERTABUSQUE /POSTERISQUE / EORUM D M / VALENTI AUG LIB / ET COELIAE DYNATE CONIUGI EIUS *Chantraine 327f., no. 263. A former slave of Phaedimus, above (1229),
whose death at the age of 28 in 117 coincided with that of Trajan. Valens, also
manumitted by Trajan and probably older than Phaedimus, dedicated (1) above
to him in 130, and continued in the domestic service of the Imperial wardrobe for
many years, possibly into the reign of Antoninus Pius, outliving his wife of 38
years of marriage.
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti Ulpia Verecunda (M. Ulpi Aug. lib. Stephani) lib.
Maiuri 562 M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Verna
11.1434 = D 1667 = I. It. 7.1.13
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB / VERNAE / AB EPISTULIS / LATINIS / VIBIA THISBE M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Verus
6.18245
(Ulpius) Vesbinus Aug. l./lib.
11.3614 = D 5918a
VESBINUS AUG L PHETRIUM AUGUSTALIBUS / MUNICIPI CAERITUM LOCO ACCEPTO A RE P / SUA INPENSA OMNI EXORNATUM DONUMDEDIT / DESCRIPTUM ET RECOGNITUM FACTUM IN PRONAO AEDIS MARTIS / (5)EX COMMENTARIO QUEM IUSSIT PROFERRI CUPERIUS HOSTILIANUSPER T RUSTIUM LYSIPONUM / SCRIBAM IN QUO SCRIPTUM ERAT ITQUOD INFRA SCRIPTUM EST / L PUBLILIO CELSO II C CLODIO CRISPINO COS IDIBUS APRILIB / M PONTIO CELSO DICTATORE C SUETONIO CLAUDIANO AEDILE IURI DICUNDO PRAEF AERARI COMMENTARIUM COTTIDIANUM MUNICIPICAERITUM INDE PAGINA XXVII KAPITE VI / (10) ‘M PONTIUS CELSUS DICTATOR ET C SUETONIUS CLAUDIANUSDECURIONES IN TEMPLO DIVOR CORROGAVERUNT UBI VESBINUS AUGLIB PETIT / UT SIBI LOCUS PUBLICE DARETUR SUB PORTICU BASILICAESULPICIANAE UTI AUGUSTALIB IN EUM LOCUM PHETRIUM FACERET UBIEX / CONSENSU DECURIONUM LOCUS EI QUEM DESIDERAVERAT DATUSEST PLACUITQ UNIVERSIS CURIATIO COSANO CURATORI OB EAM REM /EPISTULAM MITTI IN CURIAM FUERUNT PONTIUS CELSUS DICTATSUETONIUS CLAUDIANUS AED IURI DIC M LEPIDIUS NEPOS AEDILANNON POLLIUS BLANDUS PESCENNIUS FLAVIANUS PESCENNIUSNATALIS POLLIUS CALLIMUS PETRONIUS INNOCENS SERGIUSPROCULUS’ / (15) INDE PAGINA ALTERA CAPITE PRIMO ‘MAGISTRATUS ET DECURIONCURIATIO COSANO SAL IDIB AUG DESIDERANTI A NOBIS ULPIO VESBINOCONSILIUM DECURION COEGIMUS A QUIB PETIT UT SIBI LOCUS PUBLICEIN ANGULO PORTICUS BASILIC DARETUR QUOD SE AUGUSTALIB /PHETRIUM PUBLICE EXORNATURUM SECUNDUM DIGNITAT MUNICIPIPOLLICERETUR GRATIAE HUIC ACTAE SUNT AB UNIVERSIS PLACUITTAMEN TIBI / SCRIBI AN IN HOC QUOQUE ET TU CONSENSURUS ESSES.
QUI LOCUS REI P IN USU NON EST NEC ULLO REDITU ESSE POTEST’ INDE PAGINA VIII KAPITE PRIMO / ‘CURIATIUS COSANUS MAG ET DECCAERETANOR SAL EGO NON TANTUM CONSENTIRE VOLUNTATIVESTRAE SET ET GRATULARI DEBEO SI QUI REM P N / (20) EXSORNATACCEDO ITAQ SENTENTIAE VESTRAE NON TANQUAM CURATOR SEDTANQUAM UNUS EXS ORDINE CUM TAM HONESTA EXSSEMPLA(!) /ETIAM PROVOCARI HONORIFICA EXORNATIONE DEBEAT(!) / DATA PRID IDUS SEPTEMBR AMERIAE’ / ACT IDIB IUNIS Q NINNIO HASTA P MANILIO Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti *1: ‘phetrium’ = ‘meeting-place’; 19: ‘rem p(ublicam) n(ostram)’.
A benefaction to the municipium of Caere of a meeting-place for the localorder of Augustales. The accompanying extracts are from the record(commentarium cottidianum) of meeting of the magistrates and decurions ofCaere, and their correspondence with one of their number, Curatius Cosanus,who was also curator of the public land requested by Vesbinus for building thephretrium at his own expense. On public benefactions by Imperial freedmenand their relations with municipal authorities outside Rome, see esp. Boulvert (2)215–30.
Vestalis Aug. lib.
6.15893
D M / M COCCEI CRESCENTIS F / VIX ANN II M I D VII / ET COCCEIAE AUGE C B / ET COCCEIAE AUGE F D / ET M ULPIO VESTALI F D / V AXXVIIII M VI / VESTALIS AUG LIB / ET SIBI ET SUIS POSTERISQ / EORUM *2: ‘f(ilii)’; 4: ‘c(oniugi) b(enemerenti)’; 5: ‘f(iliae) d(ulcissimae)’; 6: ‘f(ilio)d(ulcissimo)’.
If it is assumed, as in CIL, that Vestalis’ son, Cocceius Crescens, and hisdaughter, Cocceia Auge, derive their nomen from his wife , also Cocceia Auge,they would have been born before his manumission, and his second son, UlpiusVestalis, after his manumission, which therefore was by Trajan. In that case,Vestalis junior would have been freeborn and, as he lived to the age of almost30, the inscription would date from at least late in the reign of Hadrian whenVestalis senior was approaching 60.
It is possible, however, but less likely, that both Vestinus and his wife Augewere slaves freed by Nerva and their (firstborn?) son Vestinus, despite theabsence of status indication, was slave born and subsequently freed by Trajanbefore the age of 30. The children would then be commemorated in the order oftheir deaths, not of their births. Note that the males have their age at deathrecorded, but not the females.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Vitalis
6.8626
[d] M / [---]PIAE RARIS/[simae fem?] ET CONIUGI / SUAE B M FECIT / M ULPIUS AUG LIB VITALIS / A COMMENTARIIS BENEF / ET SIBI ET SUIS LIBLIBERTABQ / POSTERISQUE EORUM *2: It is tempting to restore ‘[Ul]piae’; this would require a cognomen‘Raris[simae?]’ rather than an epithet to follow, and preferably ‘[lib(ertae)]’, ratherthan the unconvincing ‘[fem(inae)]’ in line 3; thus read: ‘[Ul]piae Raris[simae? lib]et coniugi’ etc. On superlatives as cognomina, see Kajanto 104.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Zopyrus
6.8701 = D 1693
D M / M ULPIO AUG LIB ZOPYRO / PROX AB ADMISSIONE ET / SULPICIAE IUSTAE / ULPIA IUSTA FILIA / PARENTIBUS DULCISSIMIS ET / SULPICIOMARCELLO ALUMNO / DAPHNUS AUG TULLIANUS SOCER / LIBERTISLIBERTABUSQ POSTERISQ EORUM *The daughter Ulpia Justa takes her nomen from her father and her cognomenfrom her mother. As the latter could scarcely have been a freedwoman ofGalba, it is likely that her daughter was freeborn after the manumission of herfather Zopyrus. He went on to reach the senior clerical grade of proximus (cf.
Weaver 253f.) Sulpicius Marcellus was no doubt the foster-child of Justasenior. But where Daphnus Tullianus fits in is unclear (his name appears tohave been a later addition to the dedication; cf. Chantraine 339, no. 322) unlesshe was the father-in-law of Sulpicia Justa and, though still an Imperial slave withan agnomen derived from a master before that, he was the father of the nowdeceased proximus ab admissione Zopyrus. This would be surprisingly unusual.
Paul Weaver: Repertorium Familiae Caesaris – Ulpii Augusti Liberti M. Ulpius Aug. lib. Zosimus
6.29289
D M / M ULPIUS AUG LIB ZOSIMUS CUM / ULPIA DORIDE MARITA SUA / FECERUNT / SIBI ET SUIS LIB LIBERTABUSQUE POSTERISQUE EORUM /ET IULIA CLYMENE CUM IULIO PRIMI/GENIO MARITO SUO ET SUIS LIBLIBERTA/BUSQUE POSTERISQUE EORUM / ET IULIUS POSIDONIUS CUMSUIS LIB / LIBERTABUSQUE POSTERISQUE EORUM / SI QUIS HOCMONUMENTUM SOC{C}IORUM VENDIDE/RIT SIVE DONATUM FECERITINFERET AERARIO P R HS X M N / IN FR P XI IN AGRO P X II * A burial monument held in common by a group of partners (socii), somefrom the Fam. Caes., but the majority not.
M. Ulpius Aug. lib. [---]
6.8490
D[m] / M ULPIUS AUG LIB [---] / AQUARUM SI[bi et ---] / IUVENTIAE P[---] / ET M. Ulpius Augustorum liber[---]
6.12842; Solin, Arctos 29, 1995, 178-9
D M / AUFIDIAE FESTIVAE / QUAE VIX AN XVIII / MENS VI DIEB VIIII / M ULPIUS AUGUSTORUM LIBER[--- ] / CONIUGI BENEMER FECIT *5: ‘Augustorum libert[---]’ P. Sabinus Ottob. f.101’; ‘Au[g.] libert[---]’ Henzen,CIL ed. Solin, loc. cit., comments: ‘[There is] not the slightest reason to departfrom Sabinus’ reading’. This makes one more addition to the register ofAugustorum liberti prior to AD 161, in this case also without personal age oroccupational data. His (freeborn?) wife Aufidia Festiva died aged only 18.
M. Ulp(ius) Aug. lib.[---]
6.29124
D M / M ULP AUG LIB[--- / ---] BAEBIAE AGATHE [--- / c]ONIUGI B M FEC[--- /

Source: http://histinst.phil-fak.uni-koeln.de/fileadmin/home/Abteilungen/Alte_Geschichte/Mitarbeiter/Eck/Weaver/07_Ulpii.pdf

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