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Gaius Valerius Iulianus

Gaius Valerius Iulianus was a lion who erected an altar to Cautopates in Statio, the present-day Angera, with his brother Marcus.

 
 

Biography of Gaius Valerius Iulianus

Other brothers from Statio

 
 

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Inscription of two lions from Angera

This marble base found in Angera in 1868 bears the inscription of two people who reached the degree of Leo.

Cautopati sac[r(um)] / M(arcus) Status Nig[er] / VI vir aug(ustalis) c(reatus) d(ecreto) d(ecurionum) [M(ediolanensium)] / leg(atus?) dend(rophorum) c(oloniae) A(ureliae?) A(ugustae?) M(ediolanii) / et C(aius) Valerius lulia[nus?] / leones leg(ati?) v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) m(erito).
Consecrated to Cautopates. Marcus Statius Niger, sevir Augustalis appointed by a decree of the town council and representative of the dendrophoroi of the colonia Aurelia Augusta Mediolanensium, and Caius Valerius Iulianus, both leones and representatives, fulfilled their vow willingly and deservedly.

Canonical URI https://www.mithraeum.eu/person/184

Published on 13 Nov 2022

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