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ASHK0003A

Ashkelon, 218 CE - 222 CE. Column. Milestone.

Transcription

Imperatori Caesari divi Antonini maioris pii filio, divi Severi pii nepoti, Marco Aurelio Antonino Pio felici invicto Augusto tribuniciae potestatis vias et pontes restituit milia passuum III

Translation

To the Emperor Caesar, son of the divine Antoninus the Greater, Pius, grandson of the (divine) Severus, Pius, Marcus Aurelius [[Antoninus Pius]], fortunate, invincible, holder of the tribunician power. He restored the roads and bridges. Three miles.

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Languages

Latin

Dimensions

H: 146 cm; W: 51 cm; D: —

Date

218 CE to 222 CE

Current location

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Figures

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Bibliography

Source of diplomatic

  • Roll, Israel. “A Roman Milestone from the ‘Third Mile Estate’, Ashqelon.” Atiqot 74 (2013): 223–28.
    Zotero

Source of transcription

  • Roll, Israel. “A Roman Milestone from the ‘Third Mile Estate’, Ashqelon.” Atiqot 74 (2013): 223–28.
    Zotero

Source of translation

  • Roll, Israel. “A Roman Milestone from the ‘Third Mile Estate’, Ashqelon.” Atiqot 74 (2013): 223–28.
    Zotero
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