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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1142 (+p. 4329) 
Lost base for statue of Constantine I, emperor. Rome. 334 
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To the expander of the city of Rome, our lord Constantine, the greatest, pious, fortunate, victorious and triumphant, forever Augustus. Anicius Paulinus the younger, of clarissimus rank, consul ( consul ordinarius ), urban prefect and judge in the imperial court of appeal, most devoted to his piety [set this up].
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