Inscription on the cippus of the aqueduct.

CIL VI 40881.
4445 CE.

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

Origin: Found during earth works in the countryside of Rome above the drain of the Aqua Virgo.
Material: tiburtine stone.
Inscription is made with scriber.
Language: latin.
Inv. No. is absent.

CIL VI 40881.

Ti(berius) Claudius
Drusi f(ilius) Caesar
Aug(ustus) Germanicus,
5 pontifex maximus,
tribunic(ia) potestat(e) IIII,
co(n)s(ul) III, imp(erator) VIII, p(ater) p(atriae),
CCXIII, p(edes) CCXL.

Tiberius Claudius,
son of Drusus, Caesar
Augustus Germanicus,
pontifex maximus,
invested with tribunician power for the fourth time,
consul for the third time, imperator for the eighth time, father of fatherland,
(next mile stone is) in two hundred thirteen feet (to the left), in two hundred forty feet (to the right).

2015. Photo: Ilya Shurygin.
Text: Eagle. Electronic Archive of Greek and Latin Epigraphy.
2016. Translation from Latin, Italian: S. Tariverdieva.
Keywords: roman emperor Claudius I imperatore romano Claudio I Julio-Claudian dynasty dinastia giulio-claudia Julii-Claudii emperor Claudius son of Drusus tribunician power bounder mile stone aqueduct feet virgo CIL VI 40881 HD 10380 Virgo Tiberius Claudius Drusi filius Caesar Augustus Germanicus pontifex maximus tribunicia potestate IIII consul III imperator VIII pater patriae CCXIII pedes CCXL
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