Raybould, Marilynne E.
Raybould, Marilynne E., and Patrick Sims-Williams, Introduction and supplement to the Corpus of Latin inscriptions, Aberystwyth: CMCS Publications, 2009.
The illustration on the front cover shows part of a second-century tombstone in the museum at Mannersdorf am Leithagebirge, Austria (no. PAN 113 in this Supplement). Nertomarus and his wife Toutomara erected it to commemorate themselves. His name Nertomarus is from Celtic nerto- 'strength' and maros 'great' (compare medieval Irish nertmar and Welsh nerthfawr 'strong'), while Touto- mara combines touto- 'people, land' (Irish tuath, Welsh tud) with the feminine mara 'great'.
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