Carlo Raso: "Eulogy on Aeneas" - Inscription from Pompeii (Tiberian age) - Naples, Archaeological Museum - "Augustus and Campania" - Exhibition at Archaeological Museum of Naples, until May 4, 2015
Carlo Raso: Sepulchre of Hilaritas (aged 45, mother), Nonnosa (aged 2 and months 10, daughter), Theotecnus (aged 59, father) - fresco end 5th-beginning 6th century - Catacombs of Saint January in Naples
Carlo Raso: Inscription in honour to Augustus (2-1 BC) - from Pompeii, Great Theatre - Naples Archaeological Museum - "Augustus and Campania" - Exhibition at Archaeological Museum of Naples, until May 4, 2015
Carlo Raso: Sepulchre of Saint Gaudiosus (dead about 452) - Polychrome mosaic with inscription HIC REQUIESCIT IN PACE S[AN]C[TU]S GAUDIOSUS / EPISC[OPUS] QUI VIXIT ANNIS... DIE VI KALEN... - Half 5th century - Catacomb of Saint Gaudiosus in Naples
Carlo Raso: Dedication (Detail) - Tabernacle (1668) with scene of "Saint Bibiana refusing to sacrifice to pagan Idols" [From a painting by Pietro da Cortona] - polychrome marbles and stones dated 1661 (lapis-lazuli, rock-crystal, mother-of-pearl, etc.) - Church of Sa
Muslima2006: DIVO FRIDERICO GUILELMO MAGNO
Carlo Raso: Black marble inscription - Sepulchre of the cardinal Innigo Caracciolo (1678) by Pietro Ghetti (Carrara ?-Naples about 1726) - Naples Cathedral
Muslima2006: Fridericus Guilelmus III Studio Antiquitatis Omnigenae et Artium Liberalium Museum constituit MDCCCXXVIII
bazzadarambler: York ... PRODESSE CIVIBUS which is Latin for STARBUCKS.
bazzadarambler: Broadway ... Latin.
Carlo Raso: Book of my library: "Il libro di pietra. Le iscrizioni della Cappella Pontano in Napoli" by Italo Sarcone
Ludger_2012: Château d'Azay-le-Rideau, Loire, "Nutrisco et Extingo"
Carlo Raso: Silver book (Detail) - "Silver reliquary-statue of Saint Francis Caracciolo (1843) - Treasure of Saint January Chapel in Naples
Carlo Raso: Detail - Sepulchre of Carlo Gesualdo (died 1523) by Girolamo Santacroce (Naples 1502-1537) - Carthusian monastery of San Martino or San Martino Museum in Naples
Carlo Raso: Detail - Sepulchre of Galeazzo Pandone (1514) by Andrea Ferrucci (Fiesole 1465-Florence 1526) and Diego de Siloe (Burgos 1495-Granada 1563) - Church of San Domenico Maggiore in Naples
alton.tw: Santo Nome
Carlo Raso: Sepulchre of Mamia, who erected a temple to Augustus (beginning 1st century AD) - Inscription: "Mamiae P[ublii] f[iliae] sacerdoti publicae; locus sepultur[ae] datus decurionum decreto" - Street of Tombs at Pompeii
claudiov958: Time to repent
Carmen Escobar Carrio: CIL 2, 4712 = CIL 2, 7, p. 65 n. 5 = Veleia 2012, 404
Carlo Raso: Armed robbery - Painted votive offering on wood (year 1616) - Inscription: V.F.G.A (=VOTUM FECI GRATIAM ACCEPI = I DID A VOW AND I RECEIVED THE GRACE) - Sanctuary of Madonna dell'Arco at Sant'Anastasìa / Naples
Carlo Raso: Roman inscription and its integration - Giovanni Pontano's Lapidary Museum - The Pontano Chapel in Naples
Carlo Raso: Roman inscription - Giovanni Pontano's Lapidary Museum - The Pontano Chapel in Naples
Carlo Raso: "DIVAE MARIAE MATRI DEI AC DIVO IOANNI EVANGEL[ISTAE] IOANNES IOVIANUS PONTANUS DEDICAVIT, ANNO DOMINI MIL.CCCCLXXXXII" (=TO VIRGIN MARY, GOD'S MOTHER, AND TO SAINT JOHN THE EVANGELIST, JOHN IOVIANUS PONTANO DEVOTED, YEAR 1492) - Naples, Pontano Chapel
Carlo Raso: Painted votive offering on wood (year 1597) - Inscription: VOTUM FECIT ET GRATIAM ACCEPIT = HE DID A VOW AND RECEIVED THE GRACE - Sanctuary of Madonna dell'Arco at Sant'Anastasìa / Naples
Carlo Raso: The Cavern of the Sibyl at Cuma / Naples
Carlo Raso: Lead pipes (2nd century AD) with inscription from Neapolis - Naples Archaeological Museum
Carlo Raso: Sepulchre of Lucia Marzia, dead 1479, Giovanni Pontano's daughter - The Pontano Chapel in Naples (year 1492)
Carlo Raso: Graffito with word VOBIS (=to you) - Plan: number 29 - The villa of San Marco at Stabiae (=Castellammare di Stabia/Naples) - buried by Vesuvian eruption 79 AD
Carlo Raso: Roman inscription and its integration - Giovanni Pontano's Lapidary Museum - The Pontano Chapel in Naples (year 1492)
Carlo Raso: Ceramic Floor (year 1492) with inscription ADRIANA SAXONA (Adriana Sassone, dead 1490, Giovanni Pontano's wife) - The Pontano Chapel in Naples