Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens — 3.1884-1885

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the wolfe expedition

A.

IMPCAESARIF
L NOVALER
ETPLICINNIO
IIENOETP-COP
VALERIANO
P I 0 R V M
C E T C 0 R
A t 0 N I N 0
NOIVN IOR
A L E L A V C
I S TPE N I V M

B.

b b N N

A.

Imp(eratori) Caesari [P.]
L[icin]n[i]o Valer[iano]

et P. Licinnio
[Galliejno et P. Cofrnelio]
5 Valeriano
Piorum
[Augg.] et Cor[nelio]

[Saljonino [Val-]
[erian]o iunior[i]

b

10

Two inscriptions have no doubt been inscribed the one over the
other, as was so common on the milestones of Cataonia. Lines 6,
io, ii, and the C at the beginning of line 7 must belong to a third
inscription C, which has been inscribed over inscription A.

Inscription A is prior to the year 259 a.d., in which P. Licinius
Cornelius Valerianus, Caesar, was killed by Postumus.
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