Roman Dacian Inscription


by UBB Contrib
published on 14 July 2014

This is an altar with a votive inscription in Latin from the city of Cluj-Napoca, which is in present-day Romania (Roman Dacia). The altar dates to c. 101-150 CE.

height: 45 cm
width: 24 cm
depth: 19.5 cm
letter size: 6-2 cm

Transcription: Silvan(o)/Domes(tico)

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