95. Honours for Gaius Anicius Fronto
- Panel of grey marble (w: 0.67 x h: 0.54).
- Inscribed within a narrow border (die, w: 0.55 x h: 0.54).
- Late second to third centuries lapidary capitals: lines 1-2, 0.055; remainder, 0.045.
- Late second to third centuries A.D. (lettering)
- Sabratha: Capitolium, some fragments were found in the vaults (see note on 1), and the lower left-hand part was found re-used in the late fourth century paving at the W end of the N Forum Portico (see also 23, 27, 41, 43)
- Original Location:
- Last recorded location:
- Some fragments in vault of Capitolium; lower left-hand part in Sabratha Museum.
- Bartoccini, Quaderni di Archeologia della Libia, Roma (Ministero dell'Africa Italiana), vol. I, 1950 I:54; L'Année Epigraphique (Revue des Publications épigraphiques relatives à l'Antiquité romaine: annual supplement to Rev. Arch.) l950:155. This edition taken from J. M. Reynolds and J. B. Ward-Perkins, The Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania, Rome: British School at Rome, 1952.
- Text constituted from:
- Transcription (Reynolds, Ward-Perkins)
To Caius Anicius Fronto, of the Roman voting tribe Quirina, honoured with a public horse, son of Anicius Bassianus, quaestor, aedile, duovir, designated quinquennial duovir, lover of his country; the citizens (set this up) on account of his merits, Quintus Flavius Hicetas was in charge (of the erection).