4.56 x h:
0.69 x d:
and fragment from the left end of similar panel (w:
1.24 x h:
0.65 x d:
0.27), both of grey limestone, inscribed within a moulded border
(die of complete panel, w:
4.35 x h:
The first letter of line 2 of the fragment is set 0.98 from the border, as against 0.11 on the complete panel, but in all
other respects they seem to have been
Text: Inscribed on the surviving faces.
Letters: Lapidary capitals: line 1, 0.25: line 2, 0.16.
Date: CE 30 (prosopography)
Decumanus maximus. Both found beside the base of a formal arch,
which spans the street between Regio II, insula 1 and Regio III, ins 1.
Original location: Unknown
Last recorded location: Findspot
2: III The superscript bar shows that a figure is lost.
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
Augusta Salutaris. Caius Vibius Marsus, proconsul for the third year dedicated (scil. this).