Inscriptions

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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

Hadrian is honoured as “founder” and “saviour” in Ephesus prior to his journey in the Levant (129-130 CE)

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

Subscription list of an organised group of Jews in Aphrodisias (Asia Minor) including proselytes and god-fearers.
A funerary inscription sets fines to the community of Jews residing in Hierapolis (Phrygia). A copy was to be deposited in the archive of the Jews.

Aurelia Paulina, who was granted Roman citizenship by Commodus, dedicates a grand construction soon before the Constitutio Antoniniana.

Caius Vibus Salutaris, an Ephesian member of the equestrian order, establishes a foundation in which images of the Roman emperors, the Roman people, and the Senate are prepared.
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

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