Lepcis Magna, Macellum, inscription of Annobal Tapapius Rufus

Lepcis Magna, Macellum, inscription of Annobal Tapapius Rufus


Macellum, inscription of Annobal Tapapius Rufus (EDCS-06000317)


[Imp(erator) Caesar divi f(ilius) Augustus] co(n)s(ul) XI imp(erator) XIIII trib(unicia) pot(estate) XV pont(ifex) m[axi]mus
M(arco) Licinio M(arci) f(ilio) Crasso Frugi co(n)s(ule) augure proco(n)s(ule) patrono flaminib(us) August(i) Caesaris Iddib[a]le Arinis f(ilio) [Pil]one(?) [et Ammicare(?) A]nnobalis [f(ilio) 3]on[3 su]fetib(us) M[uttun Annonis f(ilio)
Annobal [[Imilchonis]] «Himilcho» f(ilius) Tapapius Rufus sufes flamen praefectus sacrorum de sua peu[nia] faciun[dum coe]ravit idem[que] de[d]icavit

Emperor Caesar Augustus, son of the deified one, eleven times consul, fourteen times imperator, in the fifteenth year of his tribunicial powers, pontifex maximus. With the proconsul Marcus Licinius Crassus Frugus, son of Marcus, consul and augur, acting as patron, the flamines of Caesar Augustus being Iddibal Pilo, son of Aris, and Ammicar ...on.., son of Annobal, the suffetes being Muttun, son of Anno, has Annobal Tapapius Rufus, son of Himilcho, suffete, flamen, prefect of the sacred objects, ordered [this building] to be made from his own money, and dedicated it.




Jona Lendering


Lepcis Magna, Museum


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