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Corpus Inscriptionum Graecarum IV 8614 [edit]

Base for lost porphyry column, once supporting silver statue of Eudoxia, empress and wife of Arcadius. Constantinople, 'Pittakia'. 403 [edit]

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To our lady Aelia Eudoxia, always Augusta. Simplicius, of clarissimus rank, prefect of the city, dedicated [it]. See the porphyry column and the silver empress, in the place where the emperors give rule to the city! Of what name is she, you might ask? Eudoxia. Who set her up? Simplicius, offspring of mighty consuls, the noble prefect.
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