[praef(ecto) c]oh(ortis) I Aug(ustae) Thrac(um) proximo tertiae militiae IIu[iro]
[decre]t(o) ordin(is) ob merit(a) eius erga rem publicam ẹx[imia]
[Q(uintus) Aui]tius Lucanus pater titulo et honore [contentus]
5 [s]ua pecunia posuit
2.41 x h:
both ends missing).
Text: nscribed within a moulded border.
Letters: Second century lapidary capitals: lines 1-2, 0.07; lines 3-5, 0.06.
Date: Second century CE (lettering)
1: Or P(iae) [F(elicis)].
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
to [---] Avitius Rufus, son of Quintus, of the Roman voting tribe Quirina, military tribune in Legion VII Gemina Felix, [prefect] of cohort I Augusta of Thracians, approaching his third military appointment, duovir; honoured by decree of the city council, on account of his outstanding merits in public affairs; [Quintus] Auitius Lucanus, his father, was satisfied with the decree and the honour and set (scil. this) up at his own expense.