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Roman tombstone showing standard-bearer Genialis Clusiodi

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Roman tombstone showing standard-bearer Genialis Clusiodi
Roman tombstone showing standard-bearer Genialis Clusiodi | Photo: Jane Franklin

Roman tombstone showing the standard-bearer Genialis Clusiodi, who acted as an imaginifer. His task was to carry a banner with an image of the emperor – probably Claudius or Nero. The man holds a scroll in his other hand. The object dates back to the mid-1st century CE; the artifact is in the Landesmuseum Mainz (West Germany).

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