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Roueché, C., Aphrodisias in Late Antiquity (Journal of Roman Studies Monograph 5) , London 1989 , no. 20 [edit]

Columnar base for statue of Julian, emperor, later emended to Theodosius, emperor. Aphrodisias (Caria). Later fourth century. [edit]

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To Good Fortune. Antonius Tatianus, clarissimus praeses, having built all the work of the tetrastoon that can be seen from the foundations, and all the surrounding decoration, for the metropolis, (set up this statue) of Flavius Claudius Julianus (later emended to Theodosius), the eternal and most pious Augustus. (Trans: C. Roueché)
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