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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , III suppl. 2, 13734 [edit]

Dedication to Constantine I and Licinius on city gate, probably crowned with statue of a Trophy. Tropaeum Traiani (Moesia Secunda). 315-317 [edit]

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To the defenders of Roman security and liberty, our Lords Flavius Valerius Constantinus and Valerius Licinianus Licinius, the pious, fortunate and eternal Augusti, by whose virtue and providence, having everywhere tamed the peoples of the barbarian tribes, in order to strengthen the defence of the border the city of the Tropaeans has also been fortified, by a work built auspiciously from the foundations. Petronius Annianus, of clarissimus rank, and Iulius Iulianus, of eminentissimus rank, praetorian prefects (set this up) always most devoted to their divine spirit
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