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lost Latin verse funerary inscription having a special importance. Despite the other opinions, the funerary epigram can surely be dated to the 5 th century and was erected to Constantius who Pannoniis gentibus horror erat (CLE 1335 = ILCV 66). In my

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Nossis’ auto-epitaph is one of the most important texts in Nossis’ corpus, and yet one of the most controversial. This paper offers a careful analysis of the text and focuses on the programmatic reuse of epigraphic models and structures, which leads here to a complete subversion of the epitymbion schema. In addition, a thorough analysis is offered for the corrupted passages in the last couplet.

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