Romano-British inscribed stone that stood at the base of a column surmounted by a statue dedicated to Jupiter. Septimius restored the statue under the reign of the emperor Julian (360-363AD). The inscription reads as follows: 'To Jupiter, Best and Greatest, His Perfection Lucius Septimius ... governor of Britannia Prima, restored (this monument), being a citizen of Rheims. This statue and column erected under the ancient religion Septimius restored, ruler of Britannia prima.


  • Title: Septimus Stone
  • Location: Cirencester

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