Caius Norbanus Sorex
Sorex is depicted in an inscribed bronze herm portrait discovered in the precinct of the Temple of Isis at Pompeii. The herm, located in the southwest corner of the portico was most likely a votive offering to the goddess. The inscription reads:
"The portrait of Caius Norbanus Sorex, a secondary actor, magistrate of the suburban district of Augustus Felix, (was set) in a place given by the decree of the decurions."