Description: Lower part of a rectangular base (w:
0.52 x h:
0.55 x d:
0.57) of coarse grey limestone, with moulded panels on the sides; cut and hollowed out from the left in late antiquity, so
as to form a basin.
Uniform with 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124,
Text: Inscribed on the front (die, w: 0.25 x h: 0.44)
Letters: Local second to third centuries CE capitals with some Rustic forms: av. 0.045.
Date: Second to third centuries CE (lettering)
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
[To Caius Flavius] Pudens, [son of Quintus], of the Roman voting tribe Papiria, perpetual flamen (scil. priest), the Curia Augusta, on account of his merits.