Tipasa, Tombstone of Adiutor, a Cananefatic horseman

Tipasa, Tombstone of Adiutor, a Cananefatic horseman

Description

Tipasa, Tombstone of Adiutor, a Cananefatic horseman

Details

D(is) M(anibus)
ADIUTORIS EQ(uitis)
AL(ae) PRI(mae) CANINA-
FATIUM VI(xit) (annis) XXXXI MIL(itavit)
AN(nis) XXIII, PRO(curante?) (s?)IB(i?) IPSI
BENE ME(renti) CABANUS HE(res)
PO(suit)

To the spirits of the deceased
horseman Adiutor
of the First Squadron of Canina-
fates, who lived 46 years and served
23 years, who ordered this himself,
because he deserved it. His heir Cabanus
erected it.

AE 1951, 265

Date

ca. 100 CE–148 CE

Inscriptionnr

EDCS-13900612

Creator

Jona Lendering

Museum

Tipasa, Musée archéologique

Licence

CC0 1.0 Universal

Categories

Roman Empire

Tags

Inscription, Soldier, Tomb, Relief

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