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LSA-2214 Fragment of base for statue, probably of Constantine I or one of his sons (Crispus, Constantine II, or Constantius II), emperor. Lepcis Magna (Tripolitania). 324-326.

City: Lepcis Magna Province: Tripolitania Region: North Africa, Eastern (Tripolitania and Cyrenaica)
Details: near Uadi Lebdah
Current Location: Lepcis, Museum, storerooms
Object: Base Material: Marble Re-Use? Yes
Form: Rectangular Height(cm): 20.7 Width(cm): 17.3 Depth(cm): 4.7
Language: Latin Text Type: Prose
Honorand: Name lost Position: Imperial Family Gender: Unknown
Awarder: Name lost Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Earliest: 324 Latest : 326
Tantillo, I. and F. Bigi (eds.), Leptis Magna. Una città e le sue iscrizioni in epoca tardoromana, Cassino 2010, 456-7, no. 72, figs. 10.82-83

Reynolds, J. M. & J. B. Ward-Perkins, The Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania. In collaboration with S. Aurigemma, R. Bartoccini, G. Caputo, R. Goodchild, P. Romanelli, Roma 1952, no. 771

Text: - - - - - - / [- - - tr]ipertit[a porticus] / [magnitu]dine su[i ac Troa]/[dens]ium column[arum ado]/[rnat]a operis pr[ovincialium] /(5) [ac sump]tu p[ublico] / - - - - - -
Trans: ...a tripartite portico, decorated by its own magnitude and by columns from Troas, was made and dedicated from provincial labour and public expense…