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Lucius Cornelius Apalaustus

  • Dedication altar from Salona

    Dedication altar from Salona
    Olivier-Antoine Reÿnès 

of Lucius Cornelius Apalaustus

  • Lucius Cornelius Apalaustus was a syndexios.
  • Active c. 3rd century in Salona, Dalmatia.


Lucius Cornelius Apalaustus inscribed a small altar for the health of his friend Marcus Vivius Crestus.



Mithraic exvoto of Dalmatia

TNMM 396

The altar that now stands in Split was dedicated to Invincible Mithras for the health of a dear friend.

D(eo) inv(icto) Mlithrael / L(ucius) Corn(elius) Apalaus/tus pro s(atute) M(arci) Vivi / Cresti amic(i) kariss(imi) / ex voto p(osuit).
To the invincible god Mithras, Lucius Cornelius Apalaustus, for the health of his dearest friend Marcus Vivius Crestus, placed (here) as a votive.



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