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GALICEA MARE Dolj, Romania.

An important Roman vicus 10 km from statio Aquensis. A stone statue of a lion was discovered here, a monetary deposit of 800 coins (Antoninus Pius—Philip I) in a vase buried during the period of the Carpic invasion of 245-47, and a votive altar. An inscription is dedicated to Diana regina by Dioscurus Ianuari and his wife (contubernalis). He was probably a servus villicus of Iulius Ianuarius (157-69), an Illyrian customs farmer. The vicus was integrated in the large agricultural territorium of which Aquae was the capital.

The finds are preserved in the Museum of Craiova.


AnÉpigr (1963); D. Tudor, “O nouă inscriptie privitoare la sclavii din Dacia,” AUBIst 10 (1961) 7-11; id., “Comunicări epigrafice I,” Studii şi cercetăiri de istorie veche 13 (1962) 116-19; id., Oltenia romană (3d ed., 1968) 127, 154-55, 220, 230; id., Oraşe (1968) 513-14; B. Mitrea, “Descoperiri de monede antice şi bizantine,” SCIV 13 (1962) 220; id., “Monnaies antiques et byzantines découvertes plus ou moms récemments en Roumanie,” Dacia, NS 6 (1962) 537; TIR, L.34, 59.


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