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P.114. Fragmentary imperial titulature (?Flavian)

Description: Two architrave blocks of limestone moulded above (a: w: 1.24 x h: 0.60 and b: w: 1.11 x h: 0.60 x depth not measurable). Re-used in the wall.
Text: Inscribed on the exposed face
Letters: First century CE; 0.09

Date: Flavian, 69-96 CE

Findspot: Ptolemais: in the west wall of the large reservoir, north-east of the Square of the Cisterns.
Original location: Unknown.
Last recorded location: Findspot.






1: - σηπα - Oliverio, DAI, 1933-1936 reading the two fragments in reverse order.

English translation

Translation by: Editors

. . . Ves]pasi[an- . . .


The order in which the blocks now stand is no sure guide to their original placement.

This is clearly a Flavian emperor.

Bibliography: Oliverio, DAI, 1933-1936, 509 (33), p. 251.
Text constituted from: Transcription (Reynolds).


None available (2020).