Tombstone of a Roman goldsmith, one Publius Curtilius Agatho. The man was a liberator and died in the early 1st century CE. His names “Publius Curtilius” came from his former owner. His proper name/nickname (Agatho) in Greek means “good”.
The full script reads: “Publius Curtilius Agatho, Publius’s freeman, and goldsmith”. The object is located at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles (USA).
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