Porta principalis sinistra
|Alternative name(s)||Tibisco, Tivisco, Tibiscus, Tibiskon, Tiriskon|
|Known also as||Castra of Jupa|
|Founded during the reign of||Trajan|
|Founded||c. 101 AD|
|Abandoned||c. 6th-7th century AD|
|Attested by||Tabula Peutingeriana|
|Place in the Roman world|
|Administrative unit||Dacia Apulensis|
|Administrative unit||Dacia Superior|
|— Stone structure —|
|Size and area||307 m × 170 m (5.4 ha)|
|Stationed military units|
|— Cohorts —|
|— Numeri —|
|Altitude||c. 180 m|
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