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PagII
L(ucio) Nonio Torquato Asprenate II M(arco) Annio
Libone cos(*) Idib(us) April(ibus) anno XII Imp(eratoris)
Caesaris Traiani Hadriani Aug(usti) mense
Pharmuthi die XVIII alex(*) ad aeg(*)
5descriptum et recognitum ex tabula pro-
fesionum(*) quibus liberi nati sunt
quae tabula proposita erat in foro Aug(usti)
in qua scriptum fuid(*) id quod infra scri-
ptum est M(arco) Claudio Squilla Gallicano
10T(ito) Atilio Rufo Titiano cos(*) anno XII Imp(eratoris)
Caesaris Traiani Hadriani Aug(usti) T(ito) Flavio
Titiano praef(*) aeg(*) profesiones(*) liberorum
acceptae citra causarum cognitionem
PagIII
tab(ula) VIII pag(ina) II amplioribus litteris
scriptum est L(ucio) Nonio Torquato Asprenat[e]
II M(arco) Annio Libone cos(*) et post alia pag(ina) IX
VI Kal(endas) April(es)
5C(aius) Herennius Geminianus HS ccclxxv
fil(iam) n(atam) Herenniam Gemellam
ex Diogenide M(arci) fil(ia) Thermu-
thario V Idus Mart(ias) q(uae) p(roximae)
f(uerunt) c(ivem) · R(omanam) ·
10e(*) · ad K(alendarium)
PagIV
M(arci) Iuli Capitolini
L(ucii) Petroni Celeris
C(ai) Iuli Blandiani
M(arci) Antisti Longi
5C(ai) Semproni Valentis
T(iti) Flavi Macrini
M(arci) Antoni Clementis
PagI
Ἑρεννίαν Γέμελλαν

Apparatus


^ PagII.2. l. co(n)s(ulibus)
^ PagII.4. l. Alex(andriae)
^ PagII.4. l. Aeg(yptum)
^ PagII.5-6. l. pro|fessionum
^ PagII.8. l. fuit
^ PagII.10. l. co(n)s(ulibus)
^ PagII.12. l. praef(ecto)
^ PagII.12. l. Aeg(ypti)
^ PagII.12. l. professiones
^ PagIII.3. l. co(n)s(ulibus)
^ PagIII.10. l. e(xscripsi)

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APIS Translation (English)

(Latin text, Scriptio interior, Pages II-III);;In the consulship of Lucius Nonius Torquatus Asprenas, for the second time, and Marcus Annius Libo, on the Ides of April, in the 12th year of the Emperor Caesar Traianus Hadrianus Augustus, on the 18th day of the month Pharmouthi, in Alexandria ad Aegyptum, a copy was made and verified from a record of declarations of births of children, which record had been posted in the Forum of Augustus; in which was written that which is written below:; In the consulship of Marcus Claudius Squilla Gallicanus and Titus Atilius Rufus Titianus, in the twelfth year of the Emperor Caesar Traianus Hadrianus Augustus, when Titus Flavius Titianus was prefect of Egypt, acknowledgments of the births of children were received for record without judicial cognizance:; There was written on tablet 8, page 2, in larger letters, 'in the consulship of Lucius Nonius Torquatus Asprenas, for the second time, and Marcus Annius Libo', and after other entries on page 9, under the date of the sixth day before the Kalends of April:; I, Gaius Herennius Geminianus, whose census rating is 375 (thousand) sesterces, (registered) in the monthly (record) as a Roman citizen my daughter, Herennia Gemella, born of Diogenis Thermoutharion, daughter of Marcus, on the fifth day before the Ides of March last past.;;(Latin list of witnesses, Page IV);;(Seals) of Marcus Iulius Capitolinus; of Lucius Petronius Celer; of Gaius Iulius Blandianus; of Marcus Antistius Longus; of Gaius Sempronius Valens; of Titus Flavius Macrinus; of Marcus Antonius Clemens;;(Latin text, Scriptio exterior, Pages IV and I);;In the consulship of Lucius Nonius Torquatus Asprenas, for the second time, and Marcus Annius Libo, on the Ides of April, in the 12th year of the Emperor Caesar Traianus Hadrianus Augustus, on the 18th day of the month Pharmouthi, in Alexandria ad Aegyptum, a copy was made and verified from a record of declarations of births of children, which record had been posted in the Forum of Augustus; in which was written that which is written below:; In the consulship of Marcus Claudius Squilla Gallicanus and Titus Atilius Rufus Titianus, in the twelfth year of the Emperor Caesar Traianus Hadrianus Augustus, when Titus Flavius Titianus was prefect of Egypt, acknowledgments of the births of children were received for record without judicial cognizance:; There was written on tablet 8, page 2, in larger letters, 'in the consulship of Lucius Nonius Torquatus Asprenas, for the second time, and Marcus Annius Libo', and after other entries on page 9, under the date of the sixth day before the Kalends of April:; I, Gaius Herennius Geminianus, whose census rating is 375 (thousand) sesterces, (registered) in the monthly (record) as a Roman citizen my daughter, Herennia Gemella, born of Diogenis Thermoutharion, daughter of Marcus, on the fifth day before the Ides of March last past.;(In Greek, at the bottom of Page I:) Herennia Gemella.