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Roman inscription - Trencín, Slovakia
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Arne1
N 48° 53.700 E 018° 02.700
34U E 283422 N 5419993
Quick Description: During the course of the Marcomannic Wars between the Roman Empire and Germanic Quadi, the Romans carved an inscription on the rock under the present-day castle in 179 CE and the place was mentioned as Laugaricio.
Location: Trenčiansky kraj, Slovakia
Date Posted: 6/20/2010 3:16:38 PM
Waymark Code: WM9306
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member Chris777
Views: 43

Long Description:
Latin:
VICTORIAE AVGVSTORV(m)
EXERCITVS, QUI LAVGARICIONE
SEDIT MIL (ites) L (egionis) I I
DCCCLV
...IANS LEG (atus) LEG (ionis) (Marcus Valerius Maxim)ian(u)s
I I AD (iutricis), CVR (avit)
F (aciendum)


English:
To the victory of emperor
dedicated by 855 soldiers
of II. Legion of an army
stationed in Laugaricio.
Made to order
of Marcus Valerius Maximianus, a legate
of the Second Auxiliary legion.


Slovak:
Na pamiatku vítazstva cisárov
vojsko zimujúce v Laugaríciu
v pocte 855 vojakov
druhej pomocnej légie.
Nápis dal vyhotovit
legát Marcus Valerius Maximianus
Most Relevant Historical Period: Roman Empire > 27 B.C.

Admission Fee: none

Opening days/times:
free standing


Condition: Completely intact or reconstructed

Web Site: Not listed

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