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Feissel, D. & Philippidis-Braat, A., Inventaires en vue d’un recueil des inscriptions historiques de Byzance, 3. Inscriptions du Péloponnèse, (à l’exception de Mistra)., Travaux et mémoires, 9 , Paris 1985, 267-395 , p. 288 no. 26 [edit]

Base for statue of Anatolius, governor of Achaea. Sparta (Achaea). 375-388 [edit]

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Wealthy Anatolia, from thee the proconsular flower of well-built Rome received his fair name. Being so good he saved Sparta, abounding in good men and true, from every grief, when it happened that she lay in ruins. She (Sparta) gave him a statue in the city, close to (that of) Lykourgos, so that he be always most famous to the people
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