File:Milliarum of Aiton, modern copy erected in Turda, Romania in 1993.jpg

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Deutsch: Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg HD049451
English: Copy of the Roman milliarium discovered in Aiton commune, near Cluj-Napoca, Romania, dating from 108 AD and showing the construction of the road from Potaissa to Napoca, by demand of the Emperor Trajan. It indicates the distance of ten thousand feet (P.M.X.) to Potaissa. It is the first epigraphical attestation of the settlements of Potaissa and Napoca in Roman Dacia. This monument was erected in June 1993 in front of the Turda Post Office (Dec. 1, 1918 Street). The complete inscription is: "Imp(erator)/ Caesar Nerva/ Traianus Aug(ustus)/ Germ(anicus) Dacicus/ pontif(ex) maxim(us)/ (sic) pot(estate) XII co(n)s(ul) V/ imp(erator) VI p(ater) p(atriae) fecit/ per coh(ortem) I Fl(aviam) Vlp(iam)/ Hisp(anam) mil(liariam) c(ivium) R(omanorum) eq(uitatam)/ a Potaissa Napo/cam / m(ilia) p(assuum) X". The inscription was recorded in Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum, vol.III, the 1627, Berlin, 1863.
Español: Reproducción moderna con el texto de CIL III 1627, procedente de Aiton (Rumanía), que reza: "Imp(erator)/ Caesar Nerva/ Traianus Aug(ustus)/ Germ(anicus) Dacicus/ pontif(ex) maxim(us)/ (sic) pot(estate) XII co(n)s(ul) V/ imp(erator) VI p(ater) p(atriae) fecit/ per coh(ortem) I Fl(aviam) Vlp(iam)/ Hisp(anam) mil(liariam) c(ivium) R(omanorum) eq(uitatam)/ a Potaissa Napo/cam / m(ilia) p(assuum) X"
Română: Copia miliarului descoperit în comuna Aiton datând din anul 108 e.n. care atestă construirea din porunca împăratului Traian, a drumului de la Potaissa la Napoca. El indică distanța de zece ori o mie de pași (P.M.X.) până la Potaissa. Este cea dintîi menționare epigrafică a localităților Potaissa și Napoca. Acest monument a fost ridicat în iunie 1993 în fața Poștei din Turda (strada 1 Decembrie 1918). Inscripția completă este: "Imp(erator)/ Caesar Nerva/ Traianus Aug(ustus)/ Germ(anicus) Dacicus/ pontif(ex) maxim(us)/ (sic) pot(estate) XII co(n)s(ul) V/ imp(erator) VI p(ater) p(atriae) fecit/ per coh(ortem) I Fl(aviam) Vlp(iam)/ Hisp(anam) mil(liariam) c(ivium) R(omanorum) eq(uitatam)/ a Potaissa Napo/cam / m(ilia) p(assuum) X". Inscripția a fost înregistrată în „Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum”, vol.III, textul 1627, Berlin, 1863.
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