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CIL 06, 1260, cfr. pp. 3798, 4365, CIL 06, 31567, CIL 11, 3793, cfr. p. 1355 
The dedicatory inscription of the Aqua Traiana 
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The Emperor Caesar Nerva Trajan Augustus Germanicus Dacicus, son of the divine Nerva, pontifex maximus, in his thirteenth year of the tribunician power, imperator six times, consul five times, father of his country, brought the Aqua Traiana into Rome at his own expense, after buying a tract of land thirty feet wide.
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