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Roueché, C., Aphrodisias in Late Antiquity (Journal of Roman Studies Monograph 5) , London 1989 , no. 41 [edit]

Statue base for Dulcitius, governor. Aphrodisias (Caria). Mid fifth century. [edit]

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If it was permitted, Valerianus, who was the leader of your troop, would have wished to make even a golden image of your virtue - indeed (I swear) by yourself. Dulcitius, because you were an unbroken tower of lawfulness. But now he has set you in marble in front of the baths, so that the stone may remain as a witness of your labours. Place of ?chief hot-food-seller. (Trans: C. Roueché)
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