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Latin by the roadside

A Latin inscription set up by the road leading into Monteleone Sabino (RI), Italy from ancient Trebula Mutuesca. The text is CIL IX, 4894, but the last 3 lines are now apparently buried.

 

Aureliae Cre[s]/centiae honestissim[ae] / et pudicissim(a)e femin(a)e patro(nae) / co(n)iugi Aureli Felicissimi Pro/x(imi?) e(gregi) v(iri) patroni municipii Trebulan(ae) / Mut(uescae) ob merita et be[ne]ficia saepe / [i]n se conlata statuam ponendam / [i]dem tricliniares decreve/runt / dedicata natali die XVII Kal(endas) Feb(ruarias) / Arriano et Papo co(n)s(ulibus) / l(ocus) d(atus) d(ecreto) d(ecurionum)

 

CIL 09, 04894 = D 06554 = AE 2001, +00908

Transcription from Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss-Slaby.

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Taken on August 21, 2005