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The same C. Rufius and his wife are mentioned in a sepulchral inscription.
Six lines of a complete inscription, punctuated with seven ivy leaves (hederae), are carefully engraved on an altar from which only the front survives:
Dei i(nvicti) / M(ithrae) Patri Patru/m C(aio) Ru[t(io9] / Eutacto / C(aius) R(ufius) Viri/lis fil(ius).
Caius Rufius Virilis, his son, for Caius Rufius Euctatus, Father of Fathers of the invincible god Mithras.