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Roueché, C., Aphrodisias in Late Antiquity (Journal of Roman Studies Monograph 5) , London 1989 , no. 37 [edit]

Base for statue of Fl. Eutolmius Tatianus, re-erected by his descendant. Aphrodisias (Caria). Earlier fifth century. [edit]

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Who is this? From where? (I am) Tatianus from Lycia, who held the highest offices, and by just laws saved cities. But all-conquering time would have destroyed me if my child, of the third generation, who has the same name and similar achievements, had not lifted me up from the ground and set me on a monument, to be seen and admired by all, local inhabitants and strangers alike. (It is) he who drove deadly ruin from the land of the Carians, and gave justice to dwell among men, when he had been sent from the emperor as a defender for the people, who still rejoice. (Trans: C. Roueché)
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