0.93 x h:
0.44 x d:
0.30) of grey limestone inscribed on one face within a moulded panel (die, w:
0.76 x h:
Text: Inscribed on one face.
Letters: First century CE capitals line 1, 0.045; line 2- 3. 0.04.
Date: First century CE (lettering)
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
Lucius Tettius Eutychus, on his own land and with his own money, made the gift of a cistern to Venus and the Lepcitanians (or gave to Venus and the Lepcitanian Adonis), arranging for its construction under the supervision of Lucius Tettius Comus, his freedman.
Bibliography: Associazione Archeologica Romana, Arch, 1912 114, whence Calonghi, 1913 73ff., AE 1914.25; Cagnat and Merlin, 1923 7; Aurigemma, 1949, 55 ; IRT, 1952, 314, whence IRT, 2009, 314, whence EDH 027904; for BSR images see BSR Digital Collections.