Epistyle inscription from Bath in ten pieces, some of which
were free lintels, some embedded in the wall. Height of
epistyle, 0.38 m.
AoXAia 'Avrioj^S, [77 yt/Ji^ ^ K.dtv-
rov AoAA[iov] Qikeralpov rov
Sia /5to7J lepecos rov Se/3acr-
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to (Bakavrjov koI ra erro/ieva rco
/3aXapijcp aviOrjKev 'AcfypoSetrrj
"lovXta KCLL TOJ St^/XW.]
" Lollia Antiochis, wife of Quintus Lollius Philetairos, priest for life
of Divus Caesar Augustus, [first of women], who was queen [in
accordance with ancestral customs, dedicated this Bath and its be-
longings to Julia Aphrodite and the people.]"