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Monument ID 104
Publication Citation CIL
Date Found or Published Precision Note Possibly in BD-VAHD 1879
Source for Duplicate Argument Tončinić 2011, 116-118, 123 cat. Nos. 93, 99
Monument Type boundary inscription
Monument Of Seventh Legion yes
Inscription E]x edict P(ubli) Cor/neli Dolabel(la)e leg(ati) / pro praetore determinav[it] / S(extus) Titius Geminus / pri(nceps) posterior leg(ionis) / VII inter Neditas / et Corinienses / restituit iussu A(uli) / Duceni Gemini / leg(ati) Augusti pr(o) p[r(aetore)] / per A(ulum) Resium [M]a/ximum >(centurionem) leg(ionis) XI / C(laudiae) P(iae) F(idelis) pr(incipem) posterior(em) / et Q(uintum) Aebutium / Liberalem (h)astat(um) / posteriore(m) leg(ionis) / eiusdem
Translation Pursuant to the edict of Publius Cornelius Dolabella, the propraetorial legate, Sextus Geminus, princeps posterior of the 7th legion, set up the boundary between the Neditae and Coriniensi. [This boundary stone] was restored at the order of Aulus Ducenius Geminus, the propraetorial legate of Augustus, as per Aulus Resius Maximus, the princeps posterior of the 11th legion Claudia pia fidelis, and Quintus Aebutius Liberalis, deputy spearman of this same legion
Translation Source Coopey, edit of Tončinić 2011
Date From 63
Date To 67
Date Note It refers to the renewal of a demarcation made by Legio VII member between 14-20 CE however
ModernHolding Arheološki muzej u Zadru/Archaeological Museum in Zadar
HoldingData Inv. No. A 18229
DBInclusionReason dates to 63-67 CE, but it refers to (and renews) a demarcation which was undertaken by a Legio VII member working under Dolabella. Thus the individual mentioned was active in 14-20 CE
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Suggested Citation

Ewan Coopey, Brian Ballsun-Stanton. (2024) "Monument 104 from Europe/Croatia/Popovići". In Community and Identity in the Roman Seventh Legion. Ewan Coopey, Brian Ballsun-Stanton (Ed). Released: In prep. Open Context. <https://opencontext.org/subjects/3b80600a-2169-426b-8f85-556978677f92>

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