The dedicants are Roman citizens, their common Roman nomen of Hadrianius suggests that they are either brothers or a father and a son; the cognomen of Asclepiades is Greek and of Demetrianus is Roman of Greek origin. The nomen Hadrianius, undoubtedly connected with the name of Emperor Hadrian, has been attested only in the province of Thrace; the only seeming exception is one Hadrianius Sallustius, praefect of Aegypt in AD 279-282, but he is obviously a descendant of the archpriest Publius Hadrianius Sallustius attested in Philippopolis ca. AD 204 (IGBulg 5407).
The word βωμός (commonly "altar") is used with the meaning of "statue base" as in other inscriptions from Thrace (cf. IGBulg 1452).