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TSHA0002

Tel Shalem, 136 CE. Triumphal Arch. Acclamation.

Transcription

Imperatori Caesari divi Traiani Parthici filio divi Nervae nepoti Traiano Hadriano Augusto pontifici maximo tribunicia potestate XX imperatori II consuli III patri patriae

Translation

Imperator Caesar Trajan Hadrian Augustus, son of the divine Trajan Parthicus, grandson of the divine Nerva, pontifex maximus, with tribunician power for the twentieth time (?), imperator for the second time, in his third consulship for the third time, father of the fatherland. The Senate and the People of Rome (set this up ?)

Diplomatic

[no diplomatic]

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Notes
The text is highly fragmentary, with the editors proposing several plausible reconstructions that differ significantly.

Languages

Latin

Dimensions

H: —; W: 1100 cm; D: —

Date

136 CE to 136 CE

Current location

No provenance provided.

Figures

No figures described.

Bibliography

Source of diplomatic

  • Eck, Werner, and Gideon Foerster. “Ein Triumphbogen für Hadrian im Tal von Beth Shean bei Tel Shalem.” Journal of Roman Archaeology 12 (1999): 294–313.
    Zotero

Source of transcription

  • Eck, Werner, and Gideon Foerster. “Ein Triumphbogen für Hadrian im Tal von Beth Shean bei Tel Shalem.” Journal of Roman Archaeology 12 (1999): 294–313.
    Zotero

Source of translation

  • Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum. Vol. 62, 1989.
    Zotero
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