SEP. L. NONII ASPRENATIS
the tomb of L. Nonius Asprenas, either the
consul of 6 A.D., or, more probably, his son who was consul in 29 A.D.
(Pros. ii. 409-411
). A few fragments probably of the marble frieze,
with an inscription, were found when the east bastion on the outer
side of the PORTA FLAMINIA
(q.v.) was demolished in 1876-1877 (NS.
; BC 1877, 247
, ps. xx., xxxi.; 1881, 176
; 1911, 190
; CIL vi.
; HJ 463; Town Planning Review xi. (1924)