A corrected version given by Zangemeister, CIL xiii, 7945, of an inscription from Iversheim, near Münstereifel, previously misread (see ILS 2459; cf. Corrigenda, vol. Ill, ii, p. clxxviii), discloses a possible connection with an inscription from the fort of Birrens in Dumfriesshire, CIL vii, 1062 (PSA Scot. xxx, 133, no. 6). The Birrens inscription is a dedication to Brigantia by an Amandus who describes himself as arcitectus. The Iversheim inscription mentions a Val(erius) Amandus who as discens (architectus) carried out structural work there under Iulius Castinus, legate of the Legion 1 Minervia, duobus Augg. cos. A clue to the identity of the Augusti is given by an inscription from Aquincum, CIL iii, 10471, which shows that Castinus was legate of Lower Pannonia in the joint reign of Severus, Caracalla and Geta (cf. Dio, lxxviii, 13, 2).