List of inscriptions in Serbia

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This is a list of ancient epigraphy found in Serbia

Inscriptions[edit]

Tabula Traiana

IMP. CAESAR. DIVI. NERVAE. F NERVA TRAIANVS. AVG. GERM PONTIF MAXIMUS TRIB POT IIII PATER PATRIAE COS III MONTIBVUS EXCISI(s) ANCO(ni)BVS SVBLAT(i)S VIA(m) F(ecit)

meaning: "Emperor Nerva son of the divine Nerva, Nerva Trajan, the Augustus, Germanicus, Pontifex Maximus, invested for the fourth time as Tribune, Father of the Fatherland, Consul for the third time, excavating mountain rocks and using wood beams has made this road."

Ἥρᾳ Σονκητηνῇ Τι(βέριος) Κλαύδιο[ς]

Κυρείνα Θεόπομπος Θεοπόμπ[ου] στρατηγὸς Ἀστικῆς περὶ Πέ- ρινθον Σηλητικῆς Ὀρεινῆς Δενθε-

[λ]ητικῆς Πε[δι]ασίας χαριστήριον.
— Svrljig-46-54AD

L(ucius) Vecilius C(ai) f(ilius) Lemon(ia)

Modestus equo pub(lico) de quinq(ue) dec(uriis) VIvir {²⁶sevir}²⁶ aed(ilis) IIvir {²⁶duovir}²⁶ iure dic(undo) colon(iae) His- pellatium quaestor II augur praef(ectus) fabr(um) trib(unus) mil(itum) leg(ionis) VI Ferr(atae) in Syr(ia) praef(ectus) coh(ortis) I Thrac(um) Syr(iacae) in Moesia eq(uitatae) {vacat} coh(ors) I Thrac(um) Syr(iaca)

praef(ecto) suo.
— Ravna-85AD

[Imp(erator) Caes]ar

divi Tr[aiani Parthici f(ilius)] di[vi Nervae] [n]epos Tr[aianus Hadrianus Aug(ustus) pont(ifex) max(imus)] [trib(unicia) pot(estate) ․c.4․ c]o(n)s(ul) III p̣(ater) [p(atriae)] [— —]EPOSTR[— — — — —]OSIIIP̣[— —] [per — — leg(atum) Aug(usti) pr(o) pr(aetore)(?) viam] novam qua[e coe(?)]- [pta a divo patre suo Traia]no compeṇ[dio] [facto per m(ilia) p(assuum) — — —] a Ma[rgo flumine] in Dardania[m] [direxit(?) et munivit(?) ita ut vehicula(?)] {[— —]IḌ[— —]} commeare

[possint —...] fe[cit].
— Kostolac-119AD

[in honorem] {[— — genio]}

splendidiss<i>- mi bect(igalis) {vectigalis} I<lly>r(ici) sub cura Iu[c]u[n]- di(i) Marci v(iri) [e(gregii?)] proc(uratoris) Aug[ust]i Be<ll>icus(?) Caesa- r[is] n(ostri) ver(na)

vil(icus) idib(us) Sep(tembribus) FANA ∙ LI
— Kulič-150-161AD

[Ἀρτέ]μιδι Λούκιος Τερεντι- [ανὸς ε]ὐχήν.

— Osmakovo-150-250AD

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo)

Cilices pro salute ddd(ominorum) nnn(ostrorum) {dominorum nostrorum trium} po[su]erun[t] [co]ntirones [D]extro et Prisco

co(n)s(ulibus)
— Belgrade-196AD

dea[m(?)] Hecaten trivi-

ae t[r]iformi Val(erius) Cr- escentio mil(es) leg(ionis) IIII Fl(aviae) Ma- x(iminianae) [pro s]e et suis v(otum) p(osuit) l(ibens) m(erito).

— Belgrade-236AD

☩ Ῥουστικίου

— Gamzigrad-5th-AD

[—]NIORIN ☧ OVIBVS[—]

— Gamzigrad-?

☩ ἐνθάδε κατάκιτε {²⁶κατάκειται}²⁶ Μακε-

δόνης ὁ μακαριότα- τος ἀποτενάμενος {²⁶ἀποτεθναμένος}²⁶

μη(νὸς) Ἰουνίου γι ἰνδ(ικτιῶνος) ζʹ
— Niš-5th-AD

Personal names[edit]

  • Daizinis, Daizo: Thracian personal name found in Belgrade and Kostolac[1]
  • Rescupor-is, Rascupolis: Thracian personal name found in Kostolac [55AD]

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External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt: Geschichte und Kultur ..., Volume 6
  2. ^ http://kkf.proclassics.org/documents/3.M_Sl_posledno_1_.pdf