The cognomen Succesus is known in Tarraco and is documented in the Caesaris family from the time of Vespasian. Elaine has no parallel in Hispania; in its masculine form it is linked to the imperial service. There is no doubt that these are two imperial slaves. The name of the owner is very widespread before the middle of the 2nd century.
—Mitra en Hispania
Two slaves sign this small monument to Cautes.
K(auti) v(otum) s(olverunt) / Successus / Elaine / Caesaris
For Cautes. Successus and Elaine, Caesar's slaves, fulfilled their promise.