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Statue of Deified Julius Erected by the Augustales (I CE) Herculaneum - Campania

Herculaneum (Campania, Italy — Pleiades map), I CE
CIL X 1411 = AGRW ID# 24801


Statue base. Found in the theatre but belonging with the statue for Augustus found beside a column in the meeting-place of the Augustales (see CIL X 1412).

The Augustales dedicated this to deified Julius.

Translation by: Harland

divo Iulio | Augustales.

Item added: March 20, 2017
Item modified: March 20, 2017
ID number: 24801
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