“GOOD LUCK Aelius Calpurnianus” begins a 13-line inscription in Greek that covers one side of a white marble column found in Sussita’s forum plaza. The man was a high official in the Roman provincial administration; the inscription also mentions his wife, Domitia Ulpia, and bears a date of the Pompeian era that corresponds to 238/239 C.E. The inscription refers to Domitia as “Matrona Stolata,” a title that suggests that she was granted the right to conduct her financial and legal affairs independently of her husband. The inscription indicates that the provincial administrative system of the Roman Empire had successfully spread Greek Hellenistic culture to Sussita, just as it had spread it in scores of cities throughout its domain.