Description: Moulded base (w:
0.50 x h:
0.80 x d:
0.50) of compact brown limestone, damaged above.
Text: Inscribed on one face (die, w: 0.45 x h: 0.45). Line 8 is incised on the lower border.
Letters: Mannered Rustic capitals, probably third century CE: 0.03-0.04.
Date: Probably third century CE (lettering)
6: tert(iae) Romanelli, 1925
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
Publius Cornelius Attax Marcianus (scil. and) Lucius Appius Amicus Rufinianus, in charge for the third time of the restoration of the baths, paid their vow to the god Aesculapius.
Bibliography: Romanelli, 1925, 125; Bartoccini, 1929, 80, fig. 82; Bartoccini, 1925a, 308 , whence AE, 1925.105; IRT, 1952, 263, whence IRT, 2009, 263, whence Benseddik, 2010 59 EDH (Bigi, 2014) 025849; for BSR images see BSR Digital Collections.