Description: Five blocks (lengths varying; h:
0.51 x d:
0.46) of grey limestone.
Text: Inscribed on one face.
Letters: Lapidary capitals: 0.11.
Date: CE 153: GODOT (internal date)
Four found in the Forum Vetus, in the portico at the West angle, near the
Temple of Liber Pater,
the fifth in the Harbour area, on the steps by the
Temple of Jupiter Dolichenus.
Original location: Unknown
Last recorded location: Findspot
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
When emperor Caesar Titus A[elius Hadrian] Antoninus Augustus Pius was chief priest, holding tribunician power for the sixteenth time, acclaimed victor twice, consul four times, father of the country, Calpurnia Honesta built at her own expense a temple [of---] Augustus.
ImagesFig. 1. Block a: Ward-Perkins Archive, BSR (BSR 49.IX.7)
Fig. 2. Block a: Tantillo (2005)
Fig. 3. Block b: Ward-Perkins Archive, BSR (BSR 49.IX.8)
Fig. 4. Block b: Tantillo (2005)
Fig. 5. Block c: Tantillo (2005)
Fig. 6. Block d: Tantillo (2005)
Fig. 7. b-d assembled: Ward-Perkins Archive, BSR (BSR 49.IX.7-13)