Item:Q5789

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Ben Abdallah, Z. B., Catalogue des inscriptions latines païenne du Musée du Bardo , Rome 1986 , no. 225 [edit]

Building inscription mentioning statues for three emperors (Augusti). Thugga (Africa Proconsularis). Probably 364-395 [edit]

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---dius Honoratianus, priest in perpetuity, curator of the city for the second time, carefully restored and dedicated the atrium of the Antonine baths, built by men of the past, with its underlying cisterns, which through shoddy work had decayed and fallen into ruin, with [also] a statue and image ( cum statua signoque ) of our most fortunate three Augusti.
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