Inscription from the Curiae Veteres in honour of emperor Augustus.

CIL. VI. 40307 = AE. 1996. 246.
Luna marble. 5556 CE.
Height 0.76 m, width 2.1 m, depth 0.035 m, height of the letters 0.0280.045 m.
Hall 5, Inv. No. 574363.

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

Origin:
Rome, piazza del Colosseo, the excavations of Meta Sudans, between the Arch of Constantine and Meta Sudans, 1989.
Description:
CIL. VI. 40307 = AE. 1996. 246.

Imp(eratori) Caisari Divi f(ilio)
Augusto,
pontifici maximo, co(n)s(uli) XI,
tribunicia potestat(e) XI.
Aenatores

To Imperator Caesar Augustus, the son of Divine, pontifex maximus, consul 11 times, invested with tribunician power for 11th time.
Signallers

Credits:
2015. Photo: Ilya Shurygin.
Text and description of the inscription: Epigraphic Database Roma.
2016. Translation from Latin: O. V. Liubimova.

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