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Gsell, S., Inscriptions latines de l’Algérie, vol. I , Paris 1922 (Rome 1965) , 1274 
Base for re-erected statue of Constantine I, emperor. Thubursicu Numidarum (Africa Proconsularis). Re-erected 361/2 
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In [these] most blessed times, under the proconsulate of Clodius Hermogenianus, of clarissimus rank, Flavius Atilius Theodotus, [also] of clarissimus rank, his legate, took care to provide an appropriate setting, in the new forum which he had founded, [for this dedication] to Flavius Valerius Constantinus the greatest, having with due reverence removed the statue and the inscriptions from [some] ruins.
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