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Roman tombstone in Morocco

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Roman tombstone stele in Morocco
Roman tombstone in Morocco

Roman tombstone in Sala Colonia (near the current Rabat) in Morocco, dated to the first century CE.

On the stone there is a Latin inscription:

Q(uinto) Ant(onio) C(ai) f(ilio) Cl(audia) Tran-
quillo
Saturnino
annor(um) quinq(ue)
dec(urioni) munic(ipii)
Volubilitani [e]t
Salenses
Ant(onius) Priscus
pater et
Cl(audia) Caecili[ana]
mate[r]

so

o Quintus Antonius Tranquillus Saturninus of the tribus Claudia, son of Caius, for five years decurion of the city.
The citizens of Volubilis and the citizens of Sala.
Antonius Priscus, father, and Claudia Caeciliana, mother.

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