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Monument ID 127
Publication Citation Cambi 1994
Date Found or Published 1979
Monument Type stela
Monument Of Seventh Legion no
Inscription C(aius) Iulius Bar/cenei f(ilius) The/odorus m/iles coh(ortis) II / Cyrrhesta/rum annor(um) / LXV stipen(diorum) XLII / h(ic) s(itus) e(st) posuit / C(aius) Iulius Scapula / frat(er)
Translation Here lies Gaius Julius Theodorus, son of Barceneus, soldier of the 2nd cohort of Cyrrhestians, who lived for 65 years and served for 42. His brother Gaius Julius Scapula erected this.
Translation Source Coopey
Lower Field Decoration (reduced) dual-panelled door
Lower Field Detail bow, arrows and quiver
Portrait no portrait
Frieze floral
Date From 40
Date To 80
Date Note date provided by Cambi 1994
Tončinić 2011 Stelae Type A1b
ModernHolding Arheološki muzej u Splitu/Archaeological Museum in Split
HoldingData Inv. No. A 5962
DBInclusionReason while this stela does not belong to a Legio VII legionary, it is included in this DB as an exemplum of how the stelae produced at Tilurium changed in style over time. Cambi 1994: e.g. One can see a reduction in the four pannels motif, with this stelae depicting two pannels. It was also found with Monument IDs 26, 126, 128.
Suggested Citation

Ewan Coopey, Brian Ballsun-Stanton. (2024) "Monument 127 from Europe/Croatia/Dugopolje". In Community and Identity in the Roman Seventh Legion. Ewan Coopey, Brian Ballsun-Stanton (Ed). Released: In prep. Open Context. <>

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