Extended term of a beneficiarius.
One of the first beneficiarii, who worked at the Stockstadt harbour, dedicated this altar to Jupitor, royal Juno and the "genius loci" in 167 AD. The stone is decorated on the sides with sacrificial insturments and the thunderbolt, Jupiter's attribute.
Caius Iulius Petunnatus, a high-level civil servant, was a Celt and dedicated a second altar in Stockstadt, to Mercury. His term was probably extended beyond the standard six months.
Found in 1898 in the beneficiarius' dedication area.
CIL XIII 6636. Red sandstone.
Bavarian State Conservation Office – Landesstelle für die nichtstaatlichen Museen & Bavarian State Archaeological Collection with the support of the Bayerische Sparkassenstiftung