The Alsószentmihály inscription is an inscription on a building stone in Mihai Viteazu, Cluj (Transylvania, present day Romania). The origins and translation of the inscription are uncertain.

The stone was an ancient Roman building stone—proved by the leaf-symbol, a frequently applied ornamental element of ancient Roman inscriptions—reused in the 10th century.

Historian Gábor Vékony has analysed the text and provided a translation, but others have criticised the theories and translation.

More information, and an image of the inscription, on the Wikipedia page [1].

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