Description: Hexagonal base of grey limestone (faces w:
0.20 x h:
which the crowning feature has been roughly cut back.
Text: Inscribed on one face within a recessed panel, curved at the top and squared at the foot (die w: 0.14 x h: 0.52). Each of the remaining five faces is ornamented with a recessed panel, curved at the top and shaped at the foot, within which is carved in relief one of the following symbols (from right to left, starting at the inscribed face): a caduceus; a group of three flagella(?); a jug; a folded flagellum (?); and a purse (?).
Letters: Second century CE; 0.04-0.025.
Date: Second century CE (lettering)
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
Sacred to the divine power of Venus the Acquirer, Augusta; Jucundus, home-born slave of our Augustus, in charge of the collection of the four public revenues of Africa for land-borne goods, set this up at his own expense.
None available (2021).