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Honors by Devotees of Isis and Sarapis for Lucius Valerius Priscus (II-III CE) Philippi - Macedonia

Philippi (Macedonia, Greece and Macedonia — Pleiades map)
RICIS 113/1008 = SIRIS 122 = Paul Collart, BCH 62 (1938) 428-431 no. 10 (fig. 5) = AE 1939, no. 185  = ID# 15734



Altar of marble with mouldings framing the inscription and damage at the bottom (110 x 95 x 53 cm; letter height: 5-5.2 cm).

The devotees (cultores) of Sarapis and Isis set this up for Lucius Valerius Priscus, son of Lucius, of Voltinia tribe, who has been honored with the insignia of the office of a decurion, being a decurion, a chief of police (irenarchus), a magistrate, and the provider of gladiatorial games.

Written/translated by: Ascough and Harland

L. Valerio L. fil(io) | Volt(inia) Prisco, | orn(amentis) dec(urionatus) hon(orato), | dec(urioni), irenar(chae), II vi||r(o) iur(e) d(icundo), munera|rio, cultores | deor(um} Serapis [et] | Isidis.

Item added: November 1, 2014
Item modified: April 26, 2017
ID number: 15734
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