Description: Fragmentary panel (w:
0.29 x h:
0.27 x d:
0.10) of pink limestone.
Text: Inscribed on the surviving face.
Letters: Capitals: 0.045.
Date: Second to third centuries CE (content)
Found at an unidentified site in, or about, 1948
Original location: Unknown
Last recorded location: Subsequently transported to Tunis
5: Rather than c[o(n)s(ule)...]; see 908.
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
[---] stationed ?in the forecamp at Cydamae; they paid their vow willingly under Valerius Senecio, legate of Augustus with propraetorian powers, splendid man( of senatorial status) [---]
None available (2021).