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LSA-2876 Honorific inscription to unknown emperor, probably from statue base. Ancyra (Galatia). Early fourth century








PROVENANCE AND LOCATION
City: Ancyra Province: Galatia Region: Asia Minor
Details: Ancara, Old Jewish Cemetery
Current Location: No published record
OBJECT
Object: Unknown Material: Marble Re-Use? Yes
Form: Rectangular Height(cm): 112 Width(cm): 57 Depth(cm):
Language: Latin Text Type: Prose
SUBJECT
Honorand: Name lost Position: Emperors Gender: Male
Awarder: Lucilius Crispus Position: High Imperial Office-Holders
DATE
Earliest: 307 Latest : 325
MAIN REFERENCE
d’Orbeliani, R., Inscriptions and Monuments from Galatia, Journal of Hellenic Studies 44,1, Cambridge 1924, 36-7 no 45

INSCRIPTION
Text: [---]/ [---] aeterno Augusto, / Lucilius Crispus, v(ir) p(erfectissimus), a(gens) v(ices) / praeff(ectorum) praet(orio), d(evotus) n(umini) m(aiestatique) / eius.
Trans: To (...), eternal Augustus; Lucilius Crispus, of perfectissimus rank, acting vicar of the praetorian prefects, devoted to his divine spirit and majesty, [set this up].
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