Bridgeness, West Lothian, Scotland.
AVG PIO P P LEG II
AVG PER M P IIII DCLII
Aug(usto) Pio p(atri) p(atriae) leg(io) II
Aug(usta) per m(ilia) p(assuum) IIII DCLII
A large, rectangular slab of sandstone divided into three decorative or inscribed fields. The inscription is set within a central panel, enclosed by a plain frame with the forms of peltae at the sides. The horns of the peltae end in griffin heads. Two figurative scenes are carved in relief on either side of the inscription panel, from which they are separated on the left and right by spiral columns. The left hand scene depicts a Roman soldier on horseback, trampling over four naked combatants. The right hand scene is one of a sacrifice, performed by members of the Legio II Augusta, whose name is inscribed on a military banner in the background.