Description: Right-hand part of a block (w:
1.05 x h:
0.54 x d:
0.40) of grey limestone.
Text: Inscribed on one face within a moulded panel (die,w: 0.76 x h: 0.29, height incomplete).
Letters: Rustic capitals: line 1, 0.07; line 2-3, 0.05.
Date: Second to early third centuries CE (lettering)
Lepcis Magna: Regio V,
Theatre; found near the rear Portico, built into the North wall.
Original location: Unknown
Last recorded location: Now standing on the North wall of the Portico behind the theatre.
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
To [---] Cornelius Amicus [---] flamen (priest), pontifex (priest); Cornelius Geta set this up to his brother, with the permission of the most splendid city council.