Dedication for a statue of Hadrian near the Temple of Vespasian and Titus (CIL VI, 974 = CIL VI, 40524)
Dedicatory inscription recording the building of a chalcidicum, crypt and portico by a prominent citizen Eumachia, and her son Marcus Numistrius Fronto.
The earliest known dedication of the attendants of the cult of Augustan Fortune in Pompeii.
The dedication of the Temple of Augustan Fortune in the Forum of Pompeii.
Delphi grants its local citizenship to a Roman soldier supervising the works sponsored by Hadrian.
An officer of Dura Europos honours Lucius Verus, the emperor who defeated the Parthians and returned Mesopotamia to Roman control.
The provincial governor of Egypt introduces Galba as a saviour of humankind in his response to many petitions sent by the local population
Inscribed plaque honouring the achievements of Aeneas.
Inscribed plaque honouring Romulus.