A photo a day from the "City that Never Sleeps".
wow, that's a lot of years!(thank u for the information about TA university)
Awesome. Now thats old..I think its amazing to see such antiquity.
Yeah, we don't see anything like that here in the US! It is so amazing how some things survive a very long time.
you live in such an amazing place with soooo much historical significance, its amazing - this is quite an interesting looking tablet.
Wonderful to see something so ancient just sitting out in the open air - not stuck in a museum. Marvellous.
The transcription of the inscription is:Imp(erator) / Caesar divi / Vespasiani f(ilius) Dom/itianus Aug(ustus) pont(ifex) / max(imus) tr(ibunicia) pot(estate) imp(erator) / III p(ater) p(atriae) co(n)s(ul) IX T(ito) Ati/lio Rufo leg(ato) Aug(usti) / pro pr(aetore) CCCIV (AE 1925, 0095)
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