Hegra, Inscription mentioning Caracalla

Hegra, Inscription mentioning Caracalla

Description

Hegra, Inscription mentioning Caracalla

Details

Dis deabusque Imm(ortalibus)
pro salute Imp(eratoris) Caes(aris) M(arci) Aur(eli)
Severi Antonini Aug(usti) Pii Fel(icis)
Parthici max(imi) Brit{t}an(n)ici max(imi)
Germanici max(imi) et Iul(iae) Aug(ustae)
matri(s) Aug(usti) et castrorum et
senatus et patriae Genio
Hospiti et Fortunae Reduci
et Marti Conservatori Aur(elius)
Gloriosus Aug(usti) lib(ertus) adiutor
tabulari(i) ob votum soluto

Translation

To the eternal gods and goddesses, for the well-being of our emperor Caesar Marcus Aurelius Severus Antoninus Augustus Pius Felix, Parthicus Maximus, Brittanicus Maximus, Germanicus Maximus, and Julia Augusta, mother of the emperor, of the camps, of the Senate, of the country. To the genius of this inn, to Fortuna Redux, to Mars the Preserver.

Aurelius Gloriosus, imperial freedman, assistant at the archives, had solved his vow.

Date

213 CE–217 CE

Inscriptionnr

EDCS-75900008

Creator

Jona Lendering

Museum

Paris, Institut du monde arabe

Licence

CC0 1.0 Universal

Categories

Roman Empire

Tags

Inscription

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