Inscription on the cippus of the aqueduct.

76 BCE.
CIL VI 31542c.
Inv. No. 751.

Rome, Roman National Museum, Baths of Diocletian, Patio of Michelangelo
(Museo nazionale romano, Terme di Diocleziano, Patio of Michelangelo)

Origin:
Origin: Rome. In the Tiber in Ponte Cavour Valley.
Material: tiburtine stone.
Inscription is made with scriber.
Language: latin.
Description:
CIL VI 31542c:

<:in antica>
Ìmp(erator) Caesar dìvì f(ilius)
Augustus,
pontifex maximus,
tribunic(ia) potest(ate) XVII,
5 ex s(enatus) c(onsulto) terminavit.
R(igore) r(ecto) prox(imus) cipp(us) ped(es) CXLVIII ((semis)).

<:in latere intuentibus sinistro>
R(igore) r(ecto) proximus cippus ped(es)
XV.

<in front:>
Emperor Caesar, son of Divus,
Augustus
pontifex maximus,
having tribunician power for the seventeen time
according to the decree of the senate delimited.
The nearest mile stone along the straight line in one hundred forty eight feet and the half.

<on the side turned to the left:>
The nearest mile stone along the straight line in fifteen feet.

Credits:
2015. Photo: Ilya Shurygin.
Text and description of the inscription: Eagle. Electronic Archive of Greek and Latin Epigraphy.
2016. Translation from Latin, Italian: S. Tariverdieva.
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