The dedicatory inscription of the temple of Hercules Victor by Lucius Mummius, the destroyer of Corinth.

Ca. 144—142 BCE. Copy.
CIL VI 331 = ILLRP 122 = ILS 20.

Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization
(Museo della civiltà romana)

Origin:
Rome, Caelius. Original in Vatican museums.
Description:
CIL VI 331 = ILLRP 122 = ILS 20
L(ucius) Mummi(us) L(uci) f(ilius) co(n)s(ul) duct(u) / auspicio imperioque / eius Achaia capt(a) Corint(h)o / deleto Romam redieit / triumphans ob hasce / res bene gestas quod / in bello voverat / hanc aedem et signu(m) / Herculius Victoris / imperator dedicat

Lucius Mummius, the son of Lucius, consul, returned to Rome with triumph after Achaia had been taken and Corinth destroyed under his command, auspices and imperium; for these succesful deeds, according to his vow during the war, the imperator dedicates this temple and image of Hercules the Victor.

Credits:
(ρρ) 2009. Photo: Olga Lyubimova (CC BY-SA 4.0).
Text of the description: the inscruption in the museum.
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