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Inscriptiones Graecae , VII 1855 [edit]

Base for bronze statue, probably of Cervonius, governor of Achaea. From Thespiae (Achaea). Mid fourth century [edit]

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Here the brothers Thespiades and Eustephius set (this) up (to) a man dear to the Muses and the godlike emperor, the governor ( proconsul ) of Greece Cervonius by the temple of the (?) Muses, near (the river) Permessus and the very sacred Helicon.
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