- Originally after Galerius’s death (311 AD), under the three Augusti Maximinus Daia, Constantinus I, and Licinius (until 313 AD); Maximinus’s name was erased after his defeat in 313 AD., Roma
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- Mermer, Taş
- Eserin Türü
- Yazıt Turu
- Onurlandıran Yazıt
- Yazıt Dili
- Yazıt Metni
⟦[DD·NN· Gal(erio) Val(erio) Maxim]ino⟧ ⟦[p(io) f(elici) inv(icto) Aug(usto)] et⟧ Fl(avio) Val(erio) Constantino p(io) f(elici) inv(icto) 4 Aug(usto) et Val(erio) Licinniano Licinn[io] p(io) f(elici) inv(icto) Aug(usto).
- Yazıt Çevirisi
- “To our Lords (follow the names and titles of the three Augusti Maximinus Daia, Constantinus I, and Licinius).”
- Yazıt Yorumu
- Bin Tepe
- Alan (Sektör)
- Bulunduğu Yeri
- Eastern end of Belen Ovası (west of the tumulus cemetery).
Plaque of white marble. The first one and a half lines are erased (⟦ ⟧; the letters, which are not included in brackets [ ], are faintly visible).
- H. 0.34, W. 0.41, Th. 0.09, H. of letters 0.02.
The words are mostly separated from each other by small angle-shaped signs.
1 DD·NN· (= Dominis nostris) etc.; for this formula see, e.g., in AE 1999, 1611, a dedication from Pisidian Antioch to the Augustus Galerius and the three Augusti mentioned here. The lacuna seems somewhat short for IMPP·CAESS·; the latter formula, e.g., in Keil-Premerstein I, no. 198 (Larisa/Aiolis; = AE 1909, 195), a statue base dedicated to the three Augusti mentioned here. The inscription CIL III Suppl. 7174 = Dessau, ILS 663 (Elles [Ilyas] in Phrygia, near Lake Burdur) dates from the same period as the present one; there, Maximinus’s name seems not to be deleted (he was subject to damnatio memoriae in 313).
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