APA 6th Edition GLAVIČIĆ, M. (2003). NADGROBNI SPOMENIK OBITELJI BAEBIUS IZ ARBE. Senjski zbornik, 30 (1), 83-95. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/17866
MLA 8th Edition GLAVIČIĆ, MIROSLAV. "NADGROBNI SPOMENIK OBITELJI BAEBIUS IZ ARBE." Senjski zbornik, vol. 30, br. 1, 2003, str. 83-95. https://hrcak.srce.hr/17866. Citirano 08.07.2020.
Chicago 17th Edition GLAVIČIĆ, MIROSLAV. "NADGROBNI SPOMENIK OBITELJI BAEBIUS IZ ARBE." Senjski zbornik 30, br. 1 (2003): 83-95. https://hrcak.srce.hr/17866
Harvard GLAVIČIĆ, M. (2003). 'NADGROBNI SPOMENIK OBITELJI BAEBIUS IZ ARBE', Senjski zbornik, 30(1), str. 83-95. Preuzeto s: https://hrcak.srce.hr/17866 (Datum pristupa: 08.07.2020.)
Vancouver GLAVIČIĆ M. NADGROBNI SPOMENIK OBITELJI BAEBIUS IZ ARBE. Senjski zbornik [Internet]. 2003 [pristupljeno 08.07.2020.];30(1):83-95. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/17866
IEEE M. GLAVIČIĆ, "NADGROBNI SPOMENIK OBITELJI BAEBIUS IZ ARBE", Senjski zbornik, vol.30, br. 1, str. 83-95, 2003. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/17866. [Citirano: 08.07.2020.]
Sažetak In this article the author describes and analyses a fragment of the tombstone featuring the portraits of the deceased members of the Baebius family. The fragment is one part of the museum collection in the Franciscan monastery of St. Eufemia in Kampor on the island of Rab. In the portrait field of the fragment is presented a married couple, decurion T. Baebius T. f. Iustus and his wife Tettia Volsonis f. which can be read from the commemorative inscription. It is most likely that the family tombstone was placed by their son. Although on the monument there are the portraits of deceased members of the family, the author thinks that the monument is not the grave portrait stela but it is more likely that it was an embedded grave relief. The same sorts of monuments are also on the other two fragments with partially preserve portraits of the deceased which belong to the same collection. They were found in the locality of Miral near to the cape of Kaštelina where the tombstone of the Baebius family was also found. From this the author concludes that these monuments belonged to the same family which had their property around Kampor. The author believes that the described grave relieves were made in the period between the middle and second half of the 1st Century BC. The onomastic and epigraphic analysis of the Baebius family tombstone from Kampor, as well as the date from the other two fragments found earlier where the members of the same family were mentioned (CIL III, 10121 and 13292), give us enough reasons to conclude that the Baebii were one of the leading local indigenous families. The family’s members were officers in the magistrate and had the right to participate in the municipal government’s board during Roman Arbe (today’s Rab).