Inscriptions

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An inscription honouring Antonia Minor and the Julio-Claudian lineage in Ilium (Troia) calls Livilla “Aphrodite of Anchises”
Nero proclaims the “freedom” of Greece in a speech during the Isthmian games and the city of Akraiphiai prepares a decree in honour of the emperor, who is referred to as Zeus “the liberator”
The inhabitants of Paphlagonia and the Roman traders among them swear an oath of loyalty to Caesar Augustus
 Octavian sends several letters to the city of Rhosos concerning the rights and privileges granted to his sea-captain Seleukos 
The provincial governor of Asia tries to curb corruption in the internal affairs of Ephesus and the temple of Artemis. His actions are connected with the emperor Claudius.
Trajan and the Roman Senate authorise the organisation of sacred games in Pergamum with the sponsorship of Iulius Quadratus

Building inscription honouring Numerius Popidius Celsinus for rebuilding the Temple of Isis at Pompeii, through private benefaction, following an earthquake in 62 BCE.

Alexander, a man of Semitic origin, has to restore the doors of a temple taken away by the Romans when they retreated from Dura Europos

The League of Greek Cities in Asia and the assembly and elders of Sardis honour Menogenes for conducting a diplomatic mission in Rome.
Grant of Roman friendship and privileges to a group of Greek sea-captains after the Italic war
Marble copy of the 'clipeus aureus' (Golden Shield) of Augustus.
Claudius sends a letter to the local institutions of Thasos giving thanks for their honours but rejecting the dedication of a temple. The emperor also confirms the privileged status of the island following Augustus’s precedent
Gaius Stertinius Xenophon, doctor of Claudius who participated in the conquest of Britain, is honoured at Kos
Vespasian and Titus provide resources to fortify the walls in the capital of the kingdom of Iberia (Caucasus). The king is called philorhomaios and philokaisar

The city of Gerasa prepares a monumental arch coinciding with the visit of Hadrian in 130 CE

Hadrian orders the restoration of a temple destroyed and burned during the Jewish riot of Cyrene

Under Marcus Aurelius, Cyrene was still restoring religious spaces damaged in the Jewish riots at the end of Trajan’s reign.

The people of Thyateira dedicate a monument to the emperor Nerva, the Senate, and the Roman hegemony
The emperor Vespasian consults with an Italian oracle what to do with the German captive Veleda

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