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Title: Un nuovo miliario di Crispo, Liciniano Licinio Iunior e Costantino II dalla via Mediolano-Aquileiam
Authors: Don, Simone
Keywords: AquileiaMediolanumBresciaMiliarioCrispoLiciniano Licinio IuniorCostantino IIMilestoneCrispusLicinianus Licinius luniorConstantine II
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Associazione Nazionale per Aquileia
Source: Simone Don, ''Un nuovo miliario di Crispo, Liciniano Licinio Iunior e Costantino II dalla via Mediolano-Aquileiam'', in: ''Aquileia Nostra'', 83/84 (2012/13), pp. 83-87
Journal: Aquileia Nostra 
Pages: 83-87
In the abbey of Maguzzano (Brescia), there is an unpublished milestone with the names of Crispus, Licinianus Licinius Iunior and Constantine Il, which was originally located along the road Mediolano-Aquileiam, that from the fourth century was one of the main links between West and East. The elements of the text indicate a chronological collocation between 1 March 317 and 19 September 324. Near the abbey, also, is still in situa milestone without inscriptions, belonging to the same road.

Nell'abbazia di Maguzzano (Brescia) si conserva un miliario inedito posto da Crispo, Liciniano Licinio Iunior e Costantino II, in origine collocato lungo la via Mediolano-Aquileiam, che, a partire dal IV secolo, rappresentava uno dei principali collegamenti tra Oriente e Occidente. Gli elementi del testo indicano una collocazione cronologica fra il I marzo del 317 e il 19 settembre del 324. Nei pressi dell'abbazia, inoltre, si trova ancora in situ un miliario "muto", pertinente alla medesima strada.
Type: Article
ISSN: 0391-7304
Appears in Collections:Aquileia Nostra 83/84 (2012/2013)

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