02 Jun 2018

Museum of Cadiz and UAH discovered a fragment of Roman calendar

The collaboration between the technical staff of the Museum of Cadiz and the research group CIL-II (Corpus Inscriptionum Latiranum II) of the University of Alcalá has led to decipher the nature of a unique piece: a fragment of Roman calendar, the second of these located in Spain. The inscription on the fragment corresponds to the 'Kalendas' (beginning) of July.
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