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C.177. Fragmentary imperial honours for Hadrian

Description: Block of limestone, broken away at the right side (w: 0.55 x h: 0.59 x d: 0.21)
Text: Inscribed on one face within a moulded panel, whose surface is badly worn.
Letters: Second century: line 1, 0.11; line 2, 0.09; line 3, 0.07

Date: 117-138 CE

Findspot: Cyrene: Valley Street, near Public Building E; found in 1958.
Original location: Unknown.
Last recorded location: Findspot.


Imp(eratori) ((stop)) C[aesari]
Ḍ[i]ui Tṛạ[iani]
[Part]ḥici f[ilio]


IMP C[......]

English translation

Translation by: Charlotte Roueché

For Emperor C[aesar] son of deified Trajan, victor in Parthia [ . . .


This is Hadrian, 117-138.

Text constituted from: Transcription (Reynolds).


   Fig. 1. Face (Reynolds VIII.81)

   Fig. 2. Face (1961, Joyce Reynolds II.68.1)

   Fig. 3. Face (1961, Joyce Reynolds, II.68.2)

   Fig. 4. Face, at discovery (Joyce Reynolds, I.6)