The Carthage aedilatory inscription is an inscription in the Punic language using the Phoenician alphabet. It was discovered on the archaeological site of Carthage in the 1960s by Ammar Mahjoubi, a Tunisian historian and archaeologist. It is kept in the National Museum of Carthage. Its dating varies according to specialists, ranging from the 4th century to the 2nd century BC The inscription is engraved on black marble or black limestone. This inscription has given valuable information to archaeologists on the institutions and town planning of Carthage during the Punic period.