In this paper are examinated two funeral iscriptions just published and found in the necropolis of S. Lazzaro (Reggio Emilia). In these inscriptions the same man is probably mentioned. This man is married to two women who have the same name (Octavia Batylla), but who are of different legal status: one free, the other freedwoman. Comparing similar inscriptions, it can be argued that the wealth of these women was also due to their involvement in the textile production.

Epigrafia e status patrimoniale delle donne nel I sec. d.C.: le mogli di T. Ancarenus Amphio

Francesca Cenerini
2018

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In this paper are examinated two funeral iscriptions just published and found in the necropolis of S. Lazzaro (Reggio Emilia). In these inscriptions the same man is probably mentioned. This man is married to two women who have the same name (Octavia Batylla), but who are of different legal status: one free, the other freedwoman. Comparing similar inscriptions, it can be argued that the wealth of these women was also due to their involvement in the textile production.
Francesca Cenerini
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