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D(is) M(anibus) // D(is) M(anibus) / Florentia serva / vilica Furi Octavi/ani c(larissimi) v(iri) vix(it) ann(os) XXII / et Eutychius vix(it) / an(nos) XI et Patamilla vix(it) / an(nos) V h(ic) s(iti) s(unt) Anicetus / pater f(aciendum) c(uravit)
province:
Moesia superior
country:
Macedonia
ancient find spot:
Scupi, bei
modern find spot:
Skopje, Kisela Voda,
find spot:
Usje, S. Atanasij, Kirche, sekundär verwendet
Chronological Data:
101 AD – 250 AD
literature:
  • IMS 6, 028; Foto.

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