of Murius Victor
Murius Victor erected an altar in Civitas Taunensium, Nida, now Frankfurt, Germany. In the inscription on the altar, dedicated to the invincible god Mithras, in honour of the divine imperial house, he introduces himself as Aedil of the colony of Taunesium. He also mentions that he set up the altar during the consulship of Philip and Titianus, that is, in the year 245 AD.
Marius Victor, according to the inscription on the monument, erected this monument to Mithras ’when Philip and Titianus were consuls’.
[Pos(uit) ded(it)] q(ue) / [d. n. Phi]l[ippo et] Ti/[tiano] co(n)s(ulibus).
[He] placed [and] gave [this altar] when our lords Philip and Titianus were consuls.