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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VIII no. 26566 [edit]

Architrave (?) with inscription for statue of Constantius I, emperor. Thugga (Africa Proconsularis). 295. [edit]

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University of Oxford
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To the most powerful and noble Caesar, outstanding in virtue and piety, Flavius Valerius Constantius, holding tribunician power for the third time, consul for the first time, father of the fatherland, proconsul. The community ( res publica ) of the colony of Thugga [set this up] in the year of the governorship of Postumus Titianus, of clarissimus rank; with Egnatius Tuccianus, [also] of clarissimus rank, taking charge, [and] most devoted to his divine spirit and majesty. (2 ivy leaves and 2 palm branches)
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