CIL 11, 06167 (Q11765)

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Honorary inscription
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CIL 11, 06167
Honorary inscription


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    To L. Octavius Rufus, son of Lucius, of the voting tribe Camilia, military tribune of the Legio IIII Scythica, praefectus fabrum twice, five-early duumvir (i.e. with local censorial powers) by resolution of the (local) senate and decre of the decurions, appointed augur by decree of the decurions, who gave in perpetuity free bathing to the citizens of the town, the residents, guests, and visitors, thei wives, their slaves, and their female slaves. (This monument was erected) in honor of our patron by decree of the decurions from public funds.
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    G.G. Fagan
    C. Bruun - J. Edmondson
    The Oxford Handbook of Roman Epigraphy