This marble slab found near the Casa de Diana in Ostia bears two inscription with several names of brothers of a same community
[M. Lollia]no Callinico / [patre Pe]tronius Felix / [Marsus sign]um deo / [donum] ded(it) / . . . atus xinu . . . / fecit.
M. M. Caer[ellius Hiero]/nimus et C[allinic]/us sacerdo[tes et antisti]/es Solis [invic(ti) Mithrae] / thronum / fec(erunt).
Marcus Lollianus Callinicus being [Pater, Quintus Pe]tronius Felix [Marsus] offered [as a gift] the image of the god and dedicated it [---atus, at his own expense?] did.
Marcus Caerellius Hieronimus and Marcus Caerellius Callinicus, priests and antistes of Sol invincible Mithras, made the throne.
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