Inscriptions

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The island of Cyprus takes an oath showing their loyalty to Tiberius, praising Rome’s eternity and emphasising the kinship relations between the local Aphrodite and the Roman Venus
The provincial governor settles a dispute concerning the freedom of Chios and describes the use of previous official documents
The free and autonomous city of Aphrodisias sets up a monument in Ephesus commemorating the grant of neokoria by Domitian
Augustus with Agrippa rule that sacred and public lands should be returned to local institutions.
Decree of the Greek cities in Asia accepting the proposal by the governor Paullus Fabius Maximus to start their calendars on 23 September, Augustus’s birthday
A Roman commander from Attaleia in Pamphylia is honoured for services that included the colonisation of Cyrene after Trajan
Augustus sets new rules on the way Greek and Roman citizens shall chose their tribunals and juries (I). Roman citizens without immunity in the Cyrenaica shall contribute to the local liturgies (III) 
The governor Sextus Sotidius Strabo Libuscidianus sets the rules for requisitioning official transport and accommodation in the territory of Sagalassos

The provincial governor of Egypt introduces Galba as a saviour of humankind in his response to many petitions sent by the local population

A local benefactor and priest of the imperial cult is honoured in both Rhodes and Caria for his piety towards the emperor
A local decree specifies the clauses of a foundation given by Praxias, which was to be protected in the eternity of Roman rule and guarded by the Augusti

The city of Cyzicus decrees that the kings of Thrace and Antonia Tryphaena are to be honoured because the emperor Gaius (Caligula) has confirmed their rule

Establishment of the first agonistic festival in Gerasa for the salvation of Trajan
The Lycian people honour the emperor Claudius as a saviour for delivering them of internal strife and insecurity after the new province was established

Reconstruction of the inscription produced for the inauguration of the Flavian amphitheatre under Vespasian and then under Titus.

Graffiti from the persecution under Diocletian?

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