Syndexios

Curius Iuvenalis

Pater Curius Iuvenalis is attested in the first known monument dedicated by a Heliodromus.

 
  • Mithraic inscription from Cerveteri

    Mithraic inscription from Cerveteri
    F. Massa 

 

Biography

There seems to be no room [on the cippo] for a praenomen of Memmius, an absence that seems supported by the onomastics of the character that follows below, the pater Curtius Iuvenalis. Of these we can observe the family name Curtius, which in the regio VII is documented in the nearby Forum Clodii and Sutrium, and, proceeding northwards, in Falerii, Tarquinii, Forum Cassii, Volsinii, up to the longest Luna.

—Antolini 2017.

Other brothers from Caere

 
 

Mentioned in

Heliodromus inscription of Cerveteri

This inscription by a certain Memmius Placidus is the first ever found signed by a Heliodromus.

(Mem)mius Placidus Heliodromus sacratus a Curtio Iuvenale Patre.
Memmius Placidus, Heliodromus, initiated by Curius Iuvenalis, Pater.

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Published on 12 Feb 2022

 

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