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Bernand, É., Inscriptions métriques de l'Égypte gréco-romaine , Paris 1969 , pp. 489-91 no. 123 pl. 88 
Base for gilded bronze statue of Flavius Ulpius Erythrius, governor of Thebais. From Antinoopolis (Thebais). 385-387 
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[This is] the noble, the golden Erythrius, this governor, shining brightly in a golden statue. For he achieved this from the emperor as a reward worthy of his deeds, who (= the emperor) sent him as a governor to my Thebes. And his father-in-law, Theodorus, on a conspicuous chariot he (= the emperor) made guardian of the younger Rome (= Constantinople).
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