Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens — 2.1883-1884

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AN EPIGRAPHICAL JOURNEY

CONSTANTIO
E T A I

CAES
10 MAXIMIANO
S E V E R V S

[A blank, apparently uncut space.]

B. HMAXPONTMAXTRIBPOTVIO

IP XICOSM PPPROCOSETIMPCAES
MAVREL-ANTONI
N V S A V G [name erased]
6 [name erased] TITVERVNT
PERC-IVLIVM FLAC
CVMAELIANVM LEG PR PR

I -have a note to the effect that lines 8, 9, 10 of A are written
together, and are so mixed up as to be exceedingly doubtful.

By some mistake, which I am unable to explain, line 11 of in-
scription A does not appear in the Preliminary Report.

It must be noted especially that lines 9 and 11 of inscription A
certainly belong to inscription B, which see below.

A.

Imp(eratoribus) Caes(aribus)

[Dijoc[lejtia[no]
et [M]. A[ur(elio)] Val(erio)

Maximiano
P(iis) F^elicibus) Inv(ictis) Aug(ustis)
et F[la]vi(o) Va[l](erio)

Constantio
et [Gal](erio) [Vja[l](erio)

Maximiano
[nob^ilissimis") Caes(aribus)].
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