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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , III, 1, 214 
Plaque from base for posthumous gilded bronze statue of Flavius Philippus, praetorian prefect. Chytroi (Cyprus). 351-354 
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Our lords Constantius, victorious and triumphant, eternal Augustus, and Flavius Constantius, the most noble Caesar, ordered [this] statue to be set up, cast in bronze and decorated with gold, to Philippus the praetorian prefect, of clarissimus rank, because of the merits of [his] virtues and the labours he undertook during his prefecture.
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