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Monument ID 106
Publication Citation CIL
Date Found or Published Precision Note Or maybe Hula 1890
Monument Type boundary inscription
Monument Of Seventh Legion yes
Inscription L(ucius) Trebius / Secundus pr/aef(e)ctus castr/orum inter / Onastinos et / Narestinos ter/minos pos(u)it ius/su L(uci) Volusi Satu/rni(ni) leg(ati) pro pr/aetore C(ai) Ca[es]/[ari]s Au[g]usti G/[e]rmanici ex / sentent(ent)i/a quam i(i)s ath/irito consi (!)/lio dixit
Translation Lucius Trebius Secundus, camp prefect, placed the boundary stones between the Onastines and Narestines at the order of Lucius Volusius Saturninus, propraetorial legate of Gaius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, according to the decision (that was) declared for them after a council was summoned
Translation Source Coopey, edit of Tončinić 2011
Date From 37
Date To 41
Date Note Dated based off of the fact that the inscription mentions Caligula.
ModernHolding Arheološki muzej u Splitu/Archaeological Museum in Split
HoldingData Cat. No. A 1534
DBInclusionReason does not mention Legio VII explicitly, but Tilurium is the closest military base from where the stela was found, and it dates to their stay at the camp
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Suggested Citation

Ewan Coopey, Brian Ballsun-Stanton. (2024) "Monument 106 from Europe/Croatia/Krug". In Community and Identity in the Roman Seventh Legion. Ewan Coopey, Brian Ballsun-Stanton (Ed). Released: In prep. Open Context. <https://opencontext.org/subjects/b17fc7cb-0bf8-4a05-ab72-99839afe4f6a>

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