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  • Object type

  • Museum number


  • Description

    Fragment of Roman dedication-slab.

  • Culture/period

  • Findspot

  • Materials

  • Dimensions

    • Height: 35 centimetres
    • Length: 40 centimetres
    • Width: 20 centimetres
  • Inscriptions

      • Inscription Type

      • Inscription Position

      • Inscription Language

      • Inscription Content

        [Imp(eratori) Caes(ari)] diui Sep(timi) Severi A[rab(ici) Adiab(enici) Part(hici) / Max(imi) Brit(annici)] Max(imi) filio diui Ant[onini Pii Germ(anici) / Sarm(atici) ne]poti diui Anto[nini Pii pronep(oti) / diui Hadriani] abnep(oti) diui Tra[iani Part(hici) et diui / Nervae adnep(oti) M(arco) Aurelio Antonino Pio Fel(ici) Aug(usto) / ...
      • Inscription Translation

        For the Emperor Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Pius Felix Augustus, son of the deified Septimius Severus, conqueror of Arabia, conqueror of Adiabene, Most Great Conqueror of Parthia, Most Great Conqueror of Britain, grandson of the deified Antoninus Pius, conqueror of Germany, conqueror of Sarmatia, great-grandson of the deified Antoninus Pius, great-great-grandson of the deified Hadrian, great-great-great-grandson of the deified Trajan, conqueror of Parthia, and of the deified Nerva...
      • Inscription Comment

        4 lines of inscription
  • Bibliography

    • R I B I, 1018, p. 339 bibliographic details
  • Location

    Not on display

  • Exhibition history

    2012 27 Sep-present, Manchester, Manchester Museum, Ancient Worlds Display, LT Loan.

  • Acquisition name

  • Acquisition notes

    Found bevor 1848.

  • Department

    Britain, Europe and Prehistory

  • Registration number


After Conservation (2011): Viewed with raking light

After Conservation (2011): Viewed with raking light

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