Carlo Raso: "The dead Pascentius introduced by Saint Peter to Jesus Christ" - fresco 5th century - Catacomb of Saint Gaudiosus in Naples
bazzadarambler: Cheltenham ... CUM PRUDENTIA SEDULUS
bazzadarambler: Ashbourne, Derbyshire ... Latin, already!
bazzadarambler: Great Witley Parish Church ... What's Latin for Kidderminster?
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: Leaden pipe (2nd century AD) with inscription: CATULI AGAPITUS EX CONS PATC REPARAVIT - Underground and Archaeology: from excavations for Underground of Naples ("Municipio" Station) - Naples, Archaeological Museum
Philobiblon: Aldine Cicero De Officiis
Philobiblon: Aldine Cicero Academica
Philobiblon: Aldine Italic with Greek
pinehurst19475: Cornerstone: Trinity Episcopal Church--Detroit MI
Philobiblon: Aldine Italic
Philobiblon: Aldine Cicero De Finibus
Carlo Raso: Latin Inscription on black marble - Detail of Cenotaph of the Pope Innocenzo XII Pignatelli (1696) by Domenico Guidi (Massa Carrara 1625-Rome 1701) - Naples, Cathedral
Philobiblon: Aldine Cicero Tusculanae Disputationes
kallebo20: Latin in Brussels
Carlo Raso: Relics of Saint Severus (364-410) - Church of San Giorgio Maggiore in Naples
Carlo Raso: "De partu Virginis" and "De morte Christi lamentatio" by Jacopo Sannazaro - Venice, Aldo Manuzio, 1533 - Exhibition at "Institute of Historical Studies", founded by Benedetto Croce in Naples
Carlo Raso: Tombstone (1619) - Church of Saint Bonaventura in Naples - Inscription: "This tombstone covers up the brethren, by common consent living, so that death not separate them. In the Lord's year 1619"
Carlo Raso: Detail - "The myth of Pero and Micon" - painting with inscription of "Cubiculum" (=bedroom) - between 62 and 79 AD - The house of Marcus Lucretius Fronto at Pompeii, recently opened - Plan: letter i
Carlo Raso: "The myth of Pero and Micon" - painting with inscription of "Cubiculum" (=bedroom) - between 62 and 79 AD - The house of Marcus Lucretius Fronto at Pompeii, recently opened - Plan: letter i
Carlo Raso: The emperor Claudius - bronze statue (48-49 AD) with dedication inscription - from Herculaneum ("Augusteum") - Naples Archaeological Museum
Carlo Raso: Palace Penna (year 1406) - Naples - Inscription: Martialis: QUI DUCIS VULTUS NEC ASPICIS ISTA LIBENTER / OMNIBUS INVIDEAS INVIDE NEMO TIBI
Carlo Raso: Palace Penna (year 1406) - Naples - Inscription: Martialis: QUI DUCIS VULTUS NEC ASPICIS ISTA LIBENTER / OMNIBUS INVIDEAS INVIDE NEMO TIBI
Carlo Raso: "Sepulchre of Leone and Scipione Folliero" by unknown neapolitan sculptor 16th century (with mysterious inscription) - San Lorenzo Maggiore Church - Naples
Carlo Raso: Episcopal Chair of Saint Severus (4th-5th century; upper side 13-14th century) - Inscription: SEDES BEATI SEVERI / ANTISTITIS ET PATRONI / NEAPOL[IS] - Church of San Giorgio Maggiore in Naples
Carlo Raso: Fresco 5th century with Nicatiola, Saint January and Comina - Catacombs of Saint January in Naples - Inscriptions: left: HIC REQUIESCIT BENEMERENS IN PACE NICATIOLA INFANS; In the middle: SANCTO MARTYRI IANUARIO; Right: HIC REQUIESCET BENEMERENS IN PACE C
Carlo Raso: "Portrait of Giuseppe Lista" (1867) by his son Stanislao Lista (Salerno 1824-Naples 1908) - Naples, Academy of Fine Arts, now at Exhibition "The Beauty or the Truth. Sculptures in Naples" at San Domenico Maggiore in Naples, until May 31, 2015
canong2fan: Memorial for Marcus Caelius
canong2fan: Anonymous