Tiberius Claudius Quintilianus, on the occasion of the dedication of the temple, offered a bronze plaque which includes the names of many of his brothers. He also made decorate the temple with paintings.
The bronze bears the dedication of a restoration of a Mithraeum carried out in 183.
D(eo) i(nvicto) M(ithrae) pro salute imp(eratoris) [[Commodi]] Auglustil pii / qui templum vii conlapsum impendio suo restituerunt / et mortalitat8is) causa convener(unt) / Marullo
et Aeliano coln/s(ulibus) VI k(alendas) lulias.
[There follows, in four columns, a list of 98 names, all masculine, with the first 34 in the same hand.]
Tiberius Claudius Quintilianus ob dedicationem templi tabulam / aeream donum dedit et camaram picturis exornavit.
To the invincible god Mithras, for the well-being of the emperor Commodus Augustus pius, those who restored at their own expense the temple that had collapsed, and who had gathered with mortality as their reason, during the consulship of Marullus and Aelianus, on the 6th day before the kalends of July. […] Tiberius Claudius Quintilianus, on the occasion of the dedication of the temple, offered this bronze plaque as a gift, and decorated the chamber with paintings.