|Number of pages|
408 (I. volume), 408 (II. volume), 268 (II. volume)
210 x 297 mm
The corpus contains the Roman period inscriptions of Aquincum (today’s Budapest, Hungary), the capital of Pannonia Inferior. The inscriptions of Aquincum were published more than 100 years ago by Theodor Mommsen in the Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum. Since then the number of these inscriptions has been duplicated (around 1000) therefore this publication has been a great desideratum of the Hungarian Classical Scholarship for a long time. In the first volume building, honorary and votive inscriptions can be found; the second one contains funerary and uncertain inscriptions and the index epigraphicus. Similarly to the CIL, the language of the volumes remains the Latin.