(“Iasuiones”) Fejér, Hungary.
A modern village with Roman traces probably belonging
to Iasuiones of Pannonia inferior, 25 milia passum from
Aquincum and the same distance from Gorsium, the next
statio on this section of the road. inscriptions on stones
found in the area indicate a small statio established
for military reasons. Although it is the most significant
Roman site on this stretch, no traces of buildings have
been found. Several stone inscriptions from the area are
). One Jupiter altar was erected by Cocceius Senecio, decurio of the Ala I Thracum; another
was dedicated to the god by a veteran of Legio ii
Adiutrix. One of the two tombstones found on the
borders of Baracska was erected in the memory of a
member of the Cohors I Alpinorum. A marble Hercules
and a relief depicting the Battle of Hercules and the
Centaur merit special attention and suggest that a
Hercules sanctuary stood here. The earliest finds are of
the era of the Marcomannic wars. Most of the tombs
and coins are of the 4th c.
. 264; CIL
III, 3693 = 10362,
10369-71, 12014, 12759; A. Bauer, AEM
3 (1879) 25;
K. Torma, ArchErt
3 (1883) 12; I. Tömörkényi & P.
Harsányi, Numizmatikai Közlöny
11 (1912) 10; A.
Marosi, Székesferhérvári Szemle
1 (1931) 7, 9, 13; J. Juhász, ibid., 4 (1934) 78; A. Graf, “Übersicht der
antiken Geographie von Pannonien,” DissPan
120; id., RE
Suppl. IX (1926) 83-84; id., Alba Regia
E. B. THOMAS