Roman Votive Altar in Vinxtbach

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Geoffrey Marchal
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Votive altar dedicated to the divinity of the Borders. Found in Vinxtbach (Germany) on the border between the Germania Inferior and Germania Superior provinces. Stone. Musée du Cinquantenaire (Brussels, Belgium).

Translation: to the divinity of the Borders and to the genius of this place and to Jupiter very good, very great, the soldiers 30th Legion Ulpian victorious, Secundus and T (itus) Aurelius Dosso have fulfilled their vow colonists and of right.

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