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Monumentum

Inscription of Lucius Sempronius

Slab marble indicates that Lucius Sempronius has donated a throne to the Mitreo delle Pareti Dipinte.
 
 
The New Mithraeum
3 Feb 2022
 
Inscription of Lucius Sempronius in Ostia

Inscription of Lucius Sempronius in Ostia
Ostia-Antica.org / Eric Taylor

 

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Marble slab (H. 0.26 Br. 0.35) walled in into the lower part of the cult-niche. Becatti, 60.
L.H. 0.045-0.06.

Soli / L. Semproniu(s) / thronum.

Thronum: see nos CIMRM 223; CIMRM 233.
 
 

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Cippus from the Mitreo delle Pareti Dipinte

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