D(is) M(anibus) .
patronae b(ene) m(erenti).
Probably from Rome, it might have been brought to Liguria as part of an antiquity collection2 .
- It hadn’t been included in the epigraphical supplementum of Liguria (regio IX) and you can find a reference to it in EDR [↩]
- possibly related to the British tourism [↩]