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Marble slab with inscription of Aelius Urbanus

The Mithraic fellow P. Aelius Urbanus mentions that he built the sacred area of the Mithraeum Circo Massimo.
 
 
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29 Jan 2022
 
Plaque with inscription of Aelius Urbanus

Plaque with inscription of Aelius Urbanus
Csaba Szabo

 

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On a marble slab (H. 0.33 Br. 0.45). L.H. 0.025.

Soli invict[o Mithrae] / sacrarium [fecit] / P. Aelius Ur[banus or Urbicus] / sub A. Sergio Eutycho / sacerdote.

To the invincible sun Mithras. P. Aelius Urbanus built the sacred area when A. Sergius Eutychus was priest.

Pietrangeli, 29 No. 1.
 
 

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