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Popescu, E., Inscripțiile grecești și latine din secolele IV-XIII descoperite în România , Bucarest 1976 , no. 271 [edit]

Votive inscription testifying to a statue of Sol (the Sun god). Salsovia (Scythia). 317-324, perhaps 323-324 [edit]

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The statue of the holy god Sol (which was) consecrated on the 18th November, by order of our lords Licinius Augustus and Licinius Caesar, must be decorated with incense, candles and libations, every year on the same day, by the commanders and military units garrsioned in the barracks of Salsova. Valerius Romulus, of perfectissimus rank, commander ( dux ), wrote this down, obeying order.
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