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Roman Diploma Fragment

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Joe Sermarini:
Final bump.

Jay GT4:
Just curious Joe, what else are you looking for?  I think the reading of the diploma is as good as it will get and dating would be 1st-2nd century.  Did you reach out to Istvan?

Joe Sermarini:
I am looking mostly for the most specific date I can get. Other than that, I do not know what those three lines have to say. I am just hoping for whatever is possible to learn.

I will ask Istvan to take a look here.

stultus:
intus: tabella I

...] DIVI [...
...] TRAI[...


extrinsecus: tabella I

[...C]
ALAE(corvm) VI [...]
VI HISP[anorum ... et sunt]
IN ARA[bia sub ...


Imperator Caesar divi Traiani Parthici f. divi Nervae nepos Traianus Hadrianus Augustus, pontifex maximus, tribunicia potestate ..., consul ..., pater patriae,
equitibus et peditibus qui militaverunt in alis ... et cohortibus ... quae apellantur
... VI Hispanorum...
et sunt in Arabia sub ... quinis et vicenis pluribusqve stipendiis emeritis dimissis honesta missione,
quorum nomina subscripta sunt, civitatem dedit et conubium cum uxoribus quas tunc habuissent, cum est civitas iis data, aut, si qui caelibes essent, cum iis quas postea duxissent dumtaxat singulis singulas.

[date]
[name of the military unit and its commander]
[name of the recipient (and names of his relatives also receiving citizenship)]

Descriptum et recognitum ex tabula aenea quae fixa est Romae in muro divi Augusti ad Minervam.

Jay GT4:
Amazing Istvan.  I got you started ;D

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