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Details of person Publius

ID: 583

Praenomen: Publius

Nomen: Aelius

Cognomen/Personal name: Antipater

Gender: Male

Juridical status: yes

Citizen: yes

Religious position: yes

Sacerdotal office: Flamen

Imperial priest: yes

Imperial priest details: Sacerdos Arae Augusti in Sarmizegetusa

Deities: [[[Numini Imp(eratoris?) Caes(aris?)]]] / [[---]] / Geni[o Daciar(um)]

Dedicated for: yes

Dedicated by: yes

Inscriptions: 00058DS 00932DS 01400DS 01399DS 01563DS

External Link:

Local Magistrate: true

Local Magistrate details: IIvir Coloniae Apulensis

Decurion: true

City/Town: Apulum

Observations: First inscription in chronological order: IDR III/5 215: IIvir in Colonia Apulensis. Second inscription is from Băile Herculane: IDR III/1 65, and was dedicated by his slave, Eutyches. The third inscription mentions that he was Flamen in Colonia Apulensis and Sacerdos Arae Augusti (the inscription from IDR III/5, 210 mentions only his position as sacerdos Ara Augusti) in Sarmizegetusa. The inscription from Sarmizegetusa was dedicated later than the ones at Apulum and Băile Herculane, as these do not include important titles, which the dedicator or his slave would surely have mentioned.


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