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Monumentum

Inscription by Propinquos of Carnuntum

On this slab, Gaius Iulius Propinquos indicates that he made a wall of the Mithraeum at his own expense.
 
 
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4 Feb 2022
 
 

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Slab with inscription of Gaius Iulius Propinquos indicating that he paid to build one or two walls of the Mithraeum III of Carnuntum.
 
 

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