Common Abbreviations in Latin Inscriptions Beginning with the Letter C

Compiled by Tom Elliott (tom_elliott@unc.edu) for the ASGLE web site

 

C c(aballus), C(aecili), C(aecilia), C(aecilius), C(aelesti), C(aesar), C(aesare), C(aesarea), C(aesareae), C(aesari), C(aesaribus), C(aesariensis), C(aesariorium), C(aesaris), C(aesarum), C(ai), C(aia), C(aiae), C(aias), C(aie), C(aii), C(aio), C(aio), C(aios), C(ais), C(aium), C(aius), C(aius)), C(aius), C(aius, C(alendas), C(allaevensium), C(alpurnius), C(andidus), C(anennsis), C(apenatium), c(ara), c(arae), c(ardinem), c(arissimo), c(arissimus), c(aro), c(arus), C(assiano), C(assius), c(astellani), c(astello), c(astellum), C(astra), c(astris), c(astrorum), c(astrum), C(audiae), c(ausa), c(ausam), C(ei), C(eleia), C(elsum), C(eltiberorum), c(ensa), c(enserunt), C(ensitum), c(ensoria), c(ensuere), c(ensuerunt), c(ensus), c(entenarii), c(entenario), c(entesimo), c(entonariorum), c(entum), c(enturia), c(enturiae), c(enturio), c(enturione), c(enturioni), c(enturionis), c(erarius), C(ereri), c(eriali), c(ernere), c(essicius), c(etera), C(hristi), c(icatrices), C(imbros), C(iminus), C(irtensis), C(irtensium), C(isimbrensi), c(iterior), c(iterioris), c(itra), c(ive), c(ives), c(ivi), c(ivibus), c(ivile), c(ivis), c(ivitas), c(ivitate), c(ivitatem), c(ivitati), c(ivitatis), c(ivitum), c(ivium), c(ivum), c(larissima), c(larissimae), c(larissimam), c(larissimi), c(larissimi, c(larissimis), c(larissimo), c(larissimorum), c(larissimum), c(larissimus), c(larissimus), c(larissmus), C(laritatis), c(lassis), C(laudi), C(laudia), C(laudiae), C(laudiam), C(laudio), C(laudius), C(lodi), C(milia), C(naeus), c(oeperunt), c(oeravere), c(oeraverunt), c(oeravit), C(ohors), C(ohortali), c(ohortem), c(ohortis), c(oiravere), c(oire), c(ollato), c(ollegae), c(ollegii), C(ollegium), c(oloni), c(olonia), c(oloniae), c(oloniam), c(olonicum), c(olonorum), c(olonos), c(omitalis), c(omite), c(omitialis), c(omitiavit), c(ommentariensis), c(ommentariis), C(ommodae), C(ommodo), c(omparandi), c(ompos), c(omprobatum), c(oncepto), c(oncesso), c(oncessus), C(oncordiae), c(ondidit), c(ondita), c(onditae), c(onditam), c(onditori), c(onditum), c(onditus), c(onductore), c(onductori), c(onductoris), C(onfluentium), c(ongium), c(oniuge), c(oniugi), c(oniux), c(onscripti), c(onscriptorum), c(onsecravit), c(onsecuto), c(onsecutus), c(onsensu), c(onservatori), c(onsilio), c(onsistentes), c(onstans), C(onstanti), C(onstantianorum), C(onstantinae), C(onstantinorum), C(onstantis), c(onstat), c(onstituendae), c(onstitui), c(onstituit), c(onsul), c(onsularis), c(onsulatu), c(onsulatum), c(onsule), c(onsuli), c(onsulibus), c(onsulis), c(onsulta), c(onsultis), c(onsulto), c(onsulto, c(onsultu), c(onsultum), c(onsuluerunt), c(ontariorum), c(ontentus), c(ontra), c(ontuli), C(opiae), C(ordubae), C(ordubensis), C(orinthi), C(orneliae), C(ornelio), C(ornelius), c(ornicularius), c(oronarum), c(orruptam), c(oscripti), C(osinio), C(rocodes), c(ubat), C(ubi), c(ui), c(uius), c(ultor), c(ultori), c(ultoribus), c(um), c(uncti), C(uneus), c(uppis), c(ura), c(uradarum), c(urae), c(uram), c(urante), c(urare), c(urator), c(uratore), c(uratori), c(uratoris), c(urauerunt), c(uraverunt), c(uravit), C(urino), c(ustode), c(ustodi), c(ustos), C(ypria), C(yrenaicae)
CA C(aius) A(ttilius), c(uram) a(gente), c(ustode) a(rmorum), C(yrenaicae) A(ntoninianae), Ca(esaris), Ca(io), Ca(ius), Ca(lendas), Ca(lendas), Ca(mellaria), ca(ra), ca(rissimae), Ca(storis), Ca(stra), Ca(stris), ca(strorum)
CAE Cae(asari), Cae(cili), Cae(ciliae), Cae(cilius), cae(libes), Cae(lius), Cae(lus), Cae(pionianis), Cae(s(aris), Cae(sar), Cae(sare), Cae(sari), Cae(saribus), Cae(saris), Cae(sarum), cae(sura)
CAES Caes(ar), Caes(are), Caes(area), Caes(arem), Caes(ares), caes(areum), Caes(ari), Caes(ari), Caes(ari, Caes(arianum), Caes(aribus), Caes(arienis), Caes(ariensi), Caes(ariensis), Caes(ariensis, Caes(aris), Caes(aris), Caes(arum), Caes(io), Caes(ius), Caes(sar), Caes(tiani), caes(ura)
CAL c(olonia) A(grippinensium) l(eugae), Cal(abriae), Cal(abriam), Cal(aicus), cal(caria), Cal(ceo), cal(em), Cal(endas), Cal(endis), cal(iginem), cal(igines), Cal(petano), Cal(purnia), Cal(purniae), Cal(purnio), Cal(purnius), Cal(visio)
CAP Cap(enatium), cap(itali), Cap(italis), Cap(itolino), cap(itolio), Cap(itonianae), Cap(itonis), Cap(ua), Cap(uae), Cap(uam), Cap(uensis), Cap(ut)
CAS C(ereri) A(ugustae) s(acrum), Ca(e)s(ar), Ca(e)s(ari), Ca(e)s(aris), Cas(ius), Cas(siani), Cas(sium), Cas(sius), cas(tae), Cas(toris), Cas(tra), cas(tris), Cas(tulone), Cas(tus)
CC C(aius) C(ornelius), c(olonos) c(oloniae), c(on)c(esso), c(onditae) c(oloniae), c(uncti) c(ensuerunt), CC(aesares), CC(aesaribus), CC(aesarum), CC(ai), CC(aiorum), CC(ducenario), CC(ducenarium), cc(entonariorum), cc(larissimi), cc(larissimis), cc(larissimorum), cc(lassimorum), CC(milibus), CC(mille), cc(onsulibus), cc(uram), cc(uraverunt)
CENS cens(ibus), cens(or), cens(ore), cens(ores), cens(ori), cens(oria), cens(oris), cens(uere), cens(uerunt), cens(uit), cens(um), cens(us)
CF C(ai) f(ili), C(ai) f(ilia), C(ai) f(iliae), C(ai) f(ilii), C(ai) f(ilio), C(ai) f(ilio, C(ai) f(iliu), C(ai) f(ilium), C(ai) f(ilius), C(aio) f(ilio), C(aio) F(lavio), c(larissima) f(emina), c(larissimae) f(eminae), c(larissimae) f(iliae), c(larissimam) f(eminam), c(omitiavit) f(as), c(uraverunt) f(ecerunt)
CI C(a)i, C(aesariorium) I(uvenalium), C(ai) I(uli), C(aio) I(ulio), C(aius) I(ulius), c(enturion)i, c(larissimi) i(uvenis), c(larissimus) i(uvenis), c(oniug)i, ci(catrices), Ci(nna), ci(ves), ci(vi), ci(vis)
CL C(ai) l(iberta), C(ai) l(ibertae), C(ai) l(iberti), C(ai) l(iberto), C(ai) l(ibertus), C(ai) L(uci), C(ai) L(ucius), C(aiae) l(iberta), C(aiae) l(ibertae), C(aiae) l(ibertus), C(aio) L(ucio), C(assiano) L(atinio), C(o)l(onia), c(onsu)l(e), c(ontra) l(eges), cl(arissimae), cl(arissimi), cl(arissimo), cl(arissimus), cl(aritatem), cl(asse), Cl(assica), Cl(assis), Cl(audi), Cl(audi, Cl(audi, Cl(audia), Cl(audiae), Cl(audiam), Cl(audianae), Cl(audiani), Cl(audianus), Cl(audienses), Cl(audiensibus), Cl(audio), Cl(audium), Cl(audius), cl(avicularius), Cl(emens), Cl(ementi), Cl(ementia), Cl(laudio), Cl(odi), Cl(odia), Cl(ustumina)
CLA C(eltiberorum) l(ibens) a(nimo), cla(rissimi), cla(ritatem), cla(ssiarius), Cla(ssis), Cla(udi), Cla(udia), Cla(udia, Cla(udiae), Cla(udio), Cla(udius)
CN C(aesaris) n(ostri), C(ai) n(epoti), c(ivitati) n(ostrae), c(o)n(sulatu), c(o)n(sulibus), C(ohors) N(umidarum), Cn(aea), Cn(aei), Cn(aeio), Cn(aeius), Cn(aeo), Cn(aeum), Cn(aeus), Cn(aeus, Cn(naei)
CO co(eraverunt), Co(hors), Co(hortis), co(llegi), Co(llina), co(lonia), co(m), Co(mmagenorum), Co(mmodo), co(n(s(ul), co(n(s(uli), co(niugi), co(niugis), co(niunx), co(niux), co(ns(ulibus), co(nsularis), co(nsulatu), co(nsule), co(nsuli), co(nsulibus), co(nsultum), Co(rnelia), Co(rnelius), co(rnicen), co(rruptam)
COH coh(hortis), coh(oritis), coh(ors), coh(orte), coh(ortem), coh(ortes), coh(orti), coh(ortibus), coh(ortis), coh(ortis, coh(ortium)
COL col(egii), col(endam), col(lega), col(legi), col(legiaris), col(legiatorum), col(legiatus), col(legii), col(legio), col(legium), Col(lina), col(lyrium), col(oni), col(onia), col(oniae), col(oniae, col(oniam), col(oniarum), col(oniis), col(ono), col(onorum), col(onos), col(umnas)
COLL coll(ato), coll(e), coll(ega), coll(egae), coll(egi), coll(egia), coll(egiati), coll(egii), coll(egio), coll(egiorum), coll(egis), coll(egium), coll(iberta), Coll(ina), Coll(inam), Coll(ino), coll(yrium)
COM C(aius) Om(idi), Com(e), com(es), Com(inius), com(ite), com(iti), com(itiavit), Com(magenorum), com(manipuliarium), com(mentariis), com(missura), Com(moda), Com(modas), Com(modi), Com(modianae), Com(modo), Com(modus)
CON Con(cangensium), Con(cordia), con(ductoris), con(iuge), con(iugem), con(iuges), con(iugi), con(iunx), con(iux), con(nsularis), con(s)(uli), con(serva), con(servator), Con(servatori), con(servi), con(servus), con(sistentes), Con(stans), con(sularis), con(sulatu), con(sulatum), con(sule), con(suli), con(sulibus), con(sulis), con(tariorum), con(tubernalis), con(tubernio), con(tulit), con(ubium)
CONS con(n)s(ul), con(n)s(ularis), con(n)s(ulis), cons(ederunt), cons(entibus), cons(erva), Cons(ervatori), cons(ervatoris), cons(ervo), cons(ervus), cons(istentes), cons(istentibus), cons(istentium), Cons(tans), Cons(tantio), cons(tat), cons(ualia), cons(ul), cons(ulari), cons(ularis), cons(ulatu), cons(ulatum), cons(ule), cons(ules), cons(uli), cons(ulibus), cons(ulibus, cons(ulis)
COR co(ho)r(s), co(ho)r(te), co(ho)r(tis), co(ho)r(tium), Cor(diae), Cor(iosolitum), Cor(neli), Cor(nelia), Cor(nelia, Cor(neliae), Cor(nelio), Cor(nelium), Cor(nelius), cor(nicen), cor(nicularii), cor(niculario), cor(nicularius), cor(ona), cor(onis), cor(rectori), Cor(sus), Cor(tona)
COS co(n)s, co(n)s(erva), co(n)s(sul), co(n)s(titit), co(n)s(tituerunt), co(n)s(uaris), co(n)s(ul), co(n)s(ulare), co(n)s(ulares), co(n)s(ulari), co(n)s(ularis), co(n)s(ularium), co(n)s(ulatu), co(n)s(ulatum), co(n)s(ulatuum), co(n)s(ule), co(n)s(ulem), co(n)s(ules), co(n)s(uli), co(n)s(ulibus), co(n)s(ulis), co(n)s(ulo), co(n)s(ulum), Cos(coni), Cos(mus), cos(ul), cos(uli)
CR C(h)r(isto), c(ives) R(omani), c(ivi) R(omano), c(ivibus) R(omanis), c(ivitate) R(omana), c(ivitatem) R(omanam), c(ivitum) R(omanorum), c(ivium) R(omanorum), c(ohors) R(aetorum), c(ontra)r(ete), c(u)r(averunt), C(y)r(enaicae), Cr(escens), Cr(etae), Cr(ispi), cr(ocodes), cr(ustum)
CS c(a)s(tello), C(ae)s(ari), C(aesaris) s(ervo), C(ai) s(erva), C(ai) s(ervus), C(aiu)s, C(aius) S(empronius), c(aro) s(uis), c(arus) s(uis), C(laudia) s(ub), c(on)s(ul), c(on)s(ulatu), c(on)s(ulatum), c(on)s(ule), c(on)s(ulibus), c(um) s(uis)
CUR cur(a), cur(am), cur(andae), cur(andarum), cur(ante), cur(antibus), cur(ator), cur(atore), cur(atorem), cur(atores), cur(atori), cur(atoribus), cur(atoris), cur(atorum), cur(atrici), cur(atrix), cur(atrori), cur(averunt), cur(avi), cur(avit), cur(ia), cur(iae), Cur(ino), cur(ioni), cur(ules), cur(uli), cur(ulis), cur(ulium)