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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1145 (+ p.4329) 
Base for statue of Constantine I, emperor; erected by a rationalis . Rome. 312-324 
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To the most pious and powerful, founder of peace and restorer of public liberty, the most victorious, our lord Flavius Valerius Constantinus, the greatest, pious, fortunate, unconquered Augustus. Valerius Rusticus, of perfectissimus rank, officer in charge of the imperial fisc ( rationalis summae rei ), devoted to his divine spirit and majesty, under the care of Valerius Pelagius, of egregius rank, overseer of the imperial mint of the City, together with the supervisors and chief workers of the mint.
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