Table of the brickstamps, published and unpublished, grouped by type according to Pasqui's catalogue (first column). In the fourth column, boldface indicates an unpublished example, signalled by the letter N followed by the CIL numbers between which it should be inserted, and the completion of the text with respect to CIL. The fifth column gives the names of the persons on the stamp, with supplementation of the abbreviations.

From The Horace's Villa Project, 1997-2003 by Bernard Frischer, Jane Crawford and Monica De Simone

Subjects
  • European: Ancient to 400 C.E.
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  • Table 1 Table of the brickstamps, published and unpublished, grouped by type according to Pasqui's catalogue (first column). In the fourth column, boldface indicates an unpublished example, signalled by the letter N followed by the CIL numbers between which it should be inserted, and the completion of the text with respect to CIL. The fifth column gives the names of the persons on the stamp, with supplementation of the abbreviations.