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Poljakov, F. (ed.), Die Inschriften von Tralleis und Nysa (Inschriften griechischer Städte aus Kleinasien, Bd. 36) , Bonn 1989 , 148-9, no. 152 
Lost plaque from base for statue of Caelius Montius, governor of Asia. Tralles (Caria). 340-350. 
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For the outstanding thoughtful work of your virtue, glorious Montius, best of governors, who having straightened up the machine for drawing of water (= aqueduct) which for many years lay on the ground, and adorned it for the city, and, having made the river travel for 300 stades [and] having pierced the mountains, you made it finish in the city. On account of which the awestruck council ( boule ) of Tralles has set you, Montius, up on this work, a saviour [and] founder.
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