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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VIII, 8457=20348 [edit]

Inscription recording restoration of a temple, with silver statue to Cybele and statues to unspecifed deities. Sitifis (Mauretania Sitifensis). 288 [edit]

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University of Oxford
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Of the omnipotent gods holy ... the most sacred temple of Thrysia ... along with the devout and the college of priests ( dendroforis ) ... singular, the silver image of the goddess ... (5) and consecrate and on each side ... from the foundations, at their own expense, magnificently ... with new images of the gods, that is ... they took care to complete all their vows ...[ to] the free, in front of the doors of the holy from the foundations ... (10) public, because instructed by the holy ... with squared stone they set up ... burnt by the assault of fire, [with] columns ... with displayed dignity paintings ... (14) they gave likewise in honour of the god ... at their own expense [and] their own freewill, and ... in the 249th year of the province, and to the baths ... of a chariot with reins and pine-cones … decorated they gave as a gift, whence made very beautiful … having set down the names of all [and] consecrated the inscriptions of the temple … eternity might speak.
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