Porphyry statues of emperors, probably of First Tetrarchy (293-305). From Constantinople, now Venice, San Marco
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Inscriptions and beyond

CC by on Jul 2, 2015

Honorific inscriptions to Roman emperors use standard formulae to praise the virtues of a good ruler. This is particularly true[...]

Gold coin showing image of empress Eudoxia. Inscription reads "AEL(IA) EUDOXIA AUG(USTA)
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A Silver Statue and a Golden Mouth

CC by on Jun 12, 2015

A statue base with two inscriptions carved on opposite sides, one in Greek, one in Latin, stands in the courtyard[...]

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Ardabur Aspar

CC by on May 4, 2015

A tall base of fine limestone is now in the museum of Stara Zagora, the ancient Ulpia Augusta Traiana. When[...]