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L'Année épigraphique, , 1984, 434 
Plaque, probably from base for statue, with dedication to Constantine I and sons, emperors. Aquileia. 326-337. 
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To the emperor Caesar Flavius Constantinus the greatest, pious, fortunate Augustus, victor, because, from the beginning of his most happy reign, wars were taken to the lands of [our] enemies and victories were brought back, through his courage and divine direction; and to Flavius Constantinus, and Flavius Constantius ...
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