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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1181 (+p.4333) 
Lost plaque from base for statue of Gratian, emperor; erected by a prefect of the watch. Rome. 367-375. 
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To the lord of Roman law, master of justice and fairness, vanquisher of the barbarian peoples, preserver of freedom, our lord Flavius Gratian, most powerful and most invincible prince, forever Augustus. Flavius Maximus, of perfectissimus rank, prefect of the vigiles, devoted to his divine spirit and majesty [set this up].
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