Better known as “De Ruggiero”, this useful dictionary is now retrievable, since the copyright expired, at this URL, digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan. Another tool to bookmark among your websites!
Don’t let be misled by the OWL… This post is about a software for Latin students, made by Scot Mcphee.
I didn’t try it, because I’m not a Mac user, but I thought I’d spread the word 😉
D(is) M(anibus) .
patronae b(ene) m(erenti).
Probably from Rome, it might have been brought to Liguria as part of an antiquity collection2 .
- It hadn’t been included in the epigraphical supplementum of Liguria (regio IX) and you can find a reference to it in EDR
- possibly related to the British tourism