The memorial of L. Artorius Castus, as it survived in two pieces used as part of the wall of the cemetery of the church of St. Martin, Postrana, Croatia. It explains that he erected this description of his career on his own behalf, at a time when he was serving in as a Roman governor (procuarator) in Liburnia, in Dalmatia, probably early in the 200s CE.. This “autobiography” outlines his various military posts and can be interpreted to show that he was stationed in Britain, presumably along Hadrian’s Wall, around the year 180.
For more information on Castus’ career, , see the article by Dr. Linda A. Malcor in Heroic Age online.
For more photos and an attempt to show the surviving letters clearly, see Chris Gwinn’s page http://www.christophergwinn.com/CelticStudies/LAC.html
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