CHAPTER SIX—COMMEMORATION OF SOLDIERS
Table 1: Africa, Legionary, 1st century
Table 2: Africa, legionary, 2nd cent. A.D.
1 Sources: CIL VIII; L’Année Épigraphique; Cagnat et al. (1923); Gsell and Pflaum,
eds. I (1922); II (1957); Merlin, ed. (1944); Inscriptions antiques du Maroc II: Inscriptions
latines (1982); Reynolds et al., eds. (1952). Le Bohec, Troisième légion (1989) cata-
logues the soldiers of Legio III Aug. and gives the texts of the epitaphs of soldiers
of known rank. Cherry (1998), Appendix 1 catalogues the “marriage” epitaphs of
the frontier zone.
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