Description: Nine blocks of grey limestone.
Text: Inscribed within a moulded border (together, w: 9.56 x h: 0.52 x d: 0.57).
Letters: First century CE lapidary capitals: line 1, 0.13; line 2, 0.12; line 3, 0.08.
Date: 42-43 CE (prosopography)
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
To the Augustan gods. Quintus Marcius Barea, son of Caius, consul, member of the commitee of fifteen for sacred rites (at Rome), fetial (Roman priest), proconsul for a second year, patron, dedicated (scil. this); Iddibal Tapapius, son of Mago, of Lepcis, had it built at his own expences.
Bibliography: Described , Caputo, 1939, 93; Aurigemma, 1940c, 16; Caputo, 1950a 166-167, whence AE 1951.85; IRT, 1952, 273, whence IRT, 2009, 273, whence EDH 021094; for BSR images see BSR Digital Collections.