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Landesmuseum Württemberg - "Weihinschrift des Tiberius Iulius Severus, Mühlacker-Dürrmenz" (museum-digital:baden-württemberg)
Landesmuseum Württemberg Provinzialrömische Archäologie Archäologische Sammlungen [RL375]

Weihinschrift des Tiberius Iulius Severus, Mühlacker-Dürrmenz

Weihinschrift des Tiberius Iulius Severus, Mühlacker-Dürrmenz (Landesmuseum Württemberg, Stuttgart CC BY-SA)


Zur großzügigen Wiederherstellung eines Tempels und der Stiftung eines Götterbildes gehört die Weihinschrift aus einem Heiligtum in Mühlacker-Dürrmenz im Enzkreis. Sie richtet sich an den Gott Merkur. "Deo Mercurio" ist noch schwach lesbar im Feld des Kranzes, der von Eroten gehalten wird. Stifter war Tiberius Iulius Severus, ein Ratsherr der Civitas der Aquenser, deren Hauptort Aquae, zu Deutsch "die Bäder" war: das heutige Baden-Baden.
[Nina Willburger]


Tib(erius) Iul(ius) Seve[rus] d(ecurio) c(ivitatis) Aquens[is] [a]edem restit[uit] et signum [dei?] posuit v(otum) s(olvit) [l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)] Deo / Mercu/rio

Tiberius Julius Severus, Ratsherr der Gebietskörperschaft Aquensis, hat das Kultgebäude wiederhergestellt, und ein Bildwerk [des Gottes]errichtet, sein Gelübde nach Erfüllung einlösend, dem Gott Merkur.




H. 0,79 m, B. 0,38 m, T. 0,35 m

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