732. Fragmentary ?dedication
- Lower part of a moulded base (w: 0.58 x h: 0.75 x d: 0.58), of compact grey limestone, badly weathered.
- Inscribed on one face within a moulded panel (die, w: 0.29 x h: 0.42)
- Irregular capitals: l. 1, 0.06; l. 2, 0.04; l. 3, 0.035; remainder, 0.03.
- First to third centuries A.D. (terminology)
- Lepcis Magna: Temple of Neptune; On the sea-shore, West of the temple.
- Original Location:
- Last recorded location:
- P. Romanelli, Leptis Magna (Africae Italiana: Monografie a cura del Ministero delle Colonie, 1), Roma, 1925, 134; L'Année Epigraphique (Revue des Publications épigraphiques relatives à l'Antiquité romaine: annual supplement to Rev. Arch.) 1926:163. 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)
2, Not Stat(ioni) Aug(ustae), as read by Romanelli. The reading is certain.
3, Nerianus: Or Nerianius; there is a smoothed space between the N and the U which may have been left blank owing to a fault in the stone, or may have been filled by a lost letter.
[·· ? ··] August- (case and gender unknown) Caius Nerianus Severus and Caius Rustius Pudens [·· ? ··]