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UNKN0130

Location unknown. 90 CE. Roman Military Diploma.

Transcription

Imperator Caesar divi Vespasiani filius Domitianus Augustus Germanicus pontifex maximus tribunicia potestate VIIII imperator XXI censor perpetuus consul XV pater patriae iis qui militaverunt equites et pedites in alis duabus et cohortibus septem quae appellantur I Thracum Mauretana et veterana Gaetulorum et I Augusta Lusitanorum et I Damascena Armeniaca et I milliaria sagittariorum et I et II Thracum et II Cantabrorum et III Callaecorum Bracaraugustanorum et sunt in Iudaea sub Tito Pomponio Basso qui quina et vicena stipendia merverant dimissis honesta missione quorum nomina subscripta sunt ipsis liberis posterisque oeorum civitatem dedit et conubium

Translation

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Diplomatic

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Terminus post quem:
Terminus ante quem:

Languages

Latin

Dimensions

H: 10.7 cm; W: 16 cm; D: 0.2 cm

Date

90 CE to 90 CE

Current location

Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Figures

No figures described.

Bibliography

Source of diplomatic

No bibliography available for diplomatic transcription.

Source of transcription

  • Eck, Werner, Hannah M. Cotton, and Benjamin H. Isaac. “Titus Pomponius Bassus Governor of Judaea and a New Military Diploma from 89/90 CE.” Israel Museum Studies in Archaeology 2 (2003): 17–31.
    Zotero

Source of translation

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