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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1751 (+p. 4751) [edit]

Base for statue of Sextus Claudius Petronius Probus, consul and praetorian prefect; erected to their patron by the provincials of Venetia et Histria. Rome. 378. [edit]

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To the summit of the nobility, light of letters and eloquence,example of authority, master of foresight and government, promoter of humanity, patron of moderation, high priest of devotion, Petronius Probus, of clarissimus rank, proconsul of Africa, Praetorian Prefect of Illyricum, Italy and Africa, ordinary consul. On account of the extraordinary types of relief shown towards them, by his own men in Venetia and Histria to their most outstanding patron.// Dedicated on August 8th in the sixth consulship of our Lord Valens Augustus and the second of our Lord Valentinian Augustus.
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