Description: Four fragments of a panel of white marble.
Text: Inscribed within a tabella ansata (w: 0.53 x h: 0.48. top left-hand corner; w: 0.57 x h: 0.48, top right-hand corner, w: 0.88 x h: 0.22, bottom left-hand corner; w: 0.22 x h: 0.16, no edges surviving).
Letters: Lapidary capitals: line 1, 0.115; line 2, 0.075; line 3. 0.12; last line 0.085.
Date: CE 153: GODOT (internal date)
The three first were found in the Forum Vetus, in the Temple of Liber Pater; the findspot of the fourth is not recorded.
Original location: Unknown
Last recorded location: Lepcis Museum.
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
a. When emperor Caesar [Titus Aelius] Hadrian [Antoninus] Augustus Pius [was chief priest, holding tribunician] power for the sixteenth time, [acclaimed victor twice, consul] four times, father of the country,[---]
( b.) Calpurnia, daughter of Quintus [---]