|Lepcis, Theater, stage inscription|
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.
ca. 160 CE
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