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AE 1983, 530 [edit]

Tabula patronatus [edit]

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Armenius, Glückauf! Im Jahr, als der Imperator Philippus Augustus [Philippus Arabs, 244-249] und Philippus Caesar Consuln waren [247 oder 248 n. Chr.], hat das Kollegium der Vereinigung der Innenbau-Arbeiter (?) der Stadt Patricia Corduba den Bellus [irrtümlich für Bettius oder Baebius?] Licinianus, (und zwar) ihn selbst und seine Kinder, als Patron erwählt. Im Gegenzug hat Bellus Licinianus die Vereinigung der Innenbau-Arbeiter der Stadt Patricia Corduba in seine Familie und seine Klientel aufgenommen.
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Armenius, be fortunate! In the year when the emperor Philippus Augustus, and Philippus Caesar were consuls [i.e. 247 or 248], the college of indoor construction workers (fabri subaediani) voted for Bellus [possibly a misspelling of Bebius or Bettius] Licinianus to be the patron of themselves and their children; after Bellus Licinianus received the college of indoor construction workers of Patricia Cordoba into his family and clientage [in familiam clientelamque suam. The usual formula here would be in fidem clientelamque; some scholars have therefore doubts whether this lost inscription is genuine. - There is some uncertainty as to who the fabri subaedani were. CIL II 2211 from Corduba records fabri subidiani; CIL here suggests that the name is from the location where the college held its meetings. CIL XII, 4393 similarly records fabri sub aediani Narbonenses; Mommsen, Bullettino dell’Instituto 1853, 30 suggested that they worked indoors - sub aedibus - while other construction workers were working sub caelo. Cordoba was traditionally named ‘Patricia’ Corduba (‘noble’ Cordoba)].
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