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L'Année épigraphique, , 1934, 159 
Lower part of base for re-erected gilded bronze statue of Flavius Taurus, praetorian prefect; commanded by the emperors. Rome, Forum of Trajan. 364-367 
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... and constancy equally tested, Taurus of clarissimus rank, count of the first order, quaestor in the holy palace, of patrician dignity, praetorian prefect for Italy and Africa. Our lords Valentinian and Valens victorious and triumphant, forever Augusti, commanded with the agreement of the most splendid Senate that the gilded statue that he earned some time ago be restored, for the perpetual memory of this man worthy of praise.
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