Lepcis, Theater, stage inscription (1)

Lepcis, Theater, stage inscription (1)

Description

Lepcis, Theater, stage inscription

Details

PROSCAENIVM COLVMNIS ET MARMORIBVS EX HS CC milibvs MARCIO VITALE ITEMQVE EX CCC milibvsA IVNIO GALBA IN EAM REM DATIS ITEM TETRASTYLIS LACVNARVM PECvniaPVBLica EXORNATVM DEDICATVM EST Lvcio HEDIO RVFO LOLLIANO AVITO PROCOnSvle Caio VIBIO GALLIONE CLAVDIO SEVERO LEGato

The proscaenium, adorned with columns and marble statues financed from 200,000 sesterces given by Marcius Vitalis and 300,000 sesterces given by Junius Galba for the same object, and a tetrastylis with a coffered ceiling from public money, was dedicated when Lucius Hedius Rufus Lollianus Avitus was governor and Gaius Vibius Gallio Claudius Severus was his deputy.

Date

ca. 160 CE

Inscriptionnr

EDCS-06000529

Creator

Marco Prins

Licence

CC0 1.0 Universal

Categories

Roman Empire

Tags

Theater, Inscription

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