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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 41332 [edit]

Top of base for statue of Attius Caecilius Maximilianus, prefect of the Annona. Rome, vicinity of the imperial fora. 357. [edit]

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[Statue of] Pancharius. To Attius Caecilius Maximilianus, of clarissimus rank, quaestor, candidate to the praetorship, prefect of the treasury of Saturn and at the same time deputy supervisor for the official of the water-supply( consularis aquarum ), governor ( corrector ) of Lucania and Bruttium, prefect of the Annona of the city of Rome, through whose diligence and foresight, during the arrival ( adventus ) into the city of Rome of our lord Constantius the greatest, victorious and triumphant, forever Augustus, the food-dole ( annona ) for the people and the most powerful army was managed to satisfaction…
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