CIMRM 362 - 1st century inscription. SS. Pietro and Marcellino, Rome.
Richard Gordon mentions this monument, and gives it the references CIMRM 362 a , b = CIL VI 732 = Moretti, lGUR I 179.1
"Soli | Invicto Mithrae | T . Flavius Aug. lib. Hyginus | Ephebianus | d . d."
The inscription is bilingual, and the title in the Greek side is just "`Hliwi Mithrai".
On p.152 Gordon writes that the name "Flavius" for an imperial freedman dates it between 70-136 AD. The Greek section refers to a pater of the cult named Lollius Rufus, evidence of the existence of the rank system at this early date.