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The stele was placed for Valerius Valens, soldier from Legio XI Claudia, Roman citizen, which is highlighted by the emblem of Rome shown below the epitaph. Under the inscription is depicted in relief the Lupa Capitolina (Capitoline Wolf), suckling the twins Romulus and Remus. It was discovered in the year 1964 next to the walls of the Ibida fortress (Slava Rusă, Tulcea county). Dated from the end of the 3rd century - the beginning of the 4th century A.D. MATERIAL AND SIZE: Limestone; h 1.24 m, width 0.73 m, thickness 0.24 m. LOCATION: Museum of National History and Archaeology in Constanta, Romania