Romans one by one

Details of inscription 00127DP

Inscription code: 00127DP

Type of inscription: Funerary

Language: Latin

Material: Vulcanic tuff

Stylistic details: Funerary stela in two registers. In the superior register a man is represented holding a cup and also a woman and a child. Below them there are two lions separated by a pinia. In the inferior register there are a woman holding a child in front of a mensa tripes.

Observations: Found by K. Torma in 1863 and now lost. A. v. Domaszewsi saw it in Beclean at the end of the 19th century.

Province: Dacia Porolissensis

Place of discovery: Ilișua

Place of provenience: Ilișua

Ancient name provenience: Arcobara

Roman provenience: yes

Greek provenience: no

Start period: 1/1/201

End period: 31/12/300

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Abbreviation Author and Title Page Comments
Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum
III 804.
Gaiu, Zagreanu 2011
C. Gaiu, R. Zagreanu, Inscripții și piese sculpturale din castrul roman de la Ilișua, Cluj-Napoca, 2011.
p. 83, no I.3.b.5, p. 125, pl. VII.