A member of the elite of Termessos (southern Anatolia) and priest of the goddess Roma Augusta, is honoured for acting as curator of the city of Sagalassos.
The public institutions of Lycia and Pamphylia petitioned Maximinus Daia, one of the Tetrarchs, to prohibit Christianity on charges of atheism, insanity and defiance.
A dedication of slaves in the sanctuary of the Mother of Gods in Leukopetra (Macedonia) records a new Roman citizen following the regulation of the provincial governor in 213 CE, i.e.
The Roman governor Carus Pedo produces an edict authorising a local decree of Ephesus.
See Augustus, Res Gestae divi Augusti (General Background) for the historical context
See Augustus, Res Gestae divi Augusti (General Background) for the historical context of the Res Gestae.
See Augustus, Res Gestae divi Augusti (General Background) for the historical context of the R
Building inscription honouring Numerius Popidius Celsinus for rebuilding the Temple of Isis at Pompeii, through private benefaction, following an earthquake in 62 BCE.
Alexander, a man of Semitic origin, has to restore the doors of a temple taken away by the Romans when they retreated from Dura Europos