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JERU0554

Jerusalem, 129-130 CE. Imperial dedication.

Transcription

Imperatori Caesari divi Traiani Parthici filio divi Nervae nepoti Traiano Hadriano Augusto pontifici maximo tribunicia potestate XIIII consuli III patri patriae legio X Fretensis Antoninianae

Translation

To the Imperator Caesar Traianus Hadrianus Augustus, son of the deified Traianus Parthicus, grandson of the deified Nerva, high priest, invested with tribunician power for the 14th time, consul for the third time, father of the country (dedicated by) the 10th legion Fretensis (2nd hand) Antoniniana.

Diplomatic

[no diplomatic]

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Languages

Latin

Dimensions

H: 1000 cm; W: 2350 cm; D: 30 cm

Date

129 CE to 130 CE

Current location

No provenance provided.

Figures

No figures described.

Bibliography

Source of diplomatic

No bibliography available for diplomatic transcription.

Source of transcription

  • Ecker, Avner. “The Training Ground (Campus) of the Legio X Fretensis in Jerusalem/Aelia Capitolina: A Possible Identification North of the Damascus Gate.” Electrum 26 (2019): 109–17.
    Zotero

Source of translation

  • Ecker, Avner. “The Training Ground (Campus) of the Legio X Fretensis in Jerusalem/Aelia Capitolina: A Possible Identification North of the Damascus Gate.” Electrum 26 (2019): 109–17.
    Zotero
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