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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1141 (+ p. 4328) 
Lost base for equestrian statue of Constantine I, emperor. Rome, Forum. 334 
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To our lord Constantinus, the greatest, pious, fortunate and triumphant, forever Augustus, because he expanded our commonwealth ( rem publicam ) to the whole world through his deeds and decisions. The Senate and People of Rome [set this up], dedicated by Anicius Paulinus Iunior, of clarissimus rank, consul ( consul ordinarius ), and prefect of the City.
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