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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , CIL VI, 1679 (+p. 4732) 
Lost top part of base for statue of Anicius Auchenius Bassus, prefect of the City. Rome, Forum of Trajan. 382-383. 
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[Statue] of Auchenius. To Anicius Auchenius Bassus, of clarissimus rank, quaestor ( quaestor candidatus ) and at one and the same time praetor tutelaris</I>, proconsul of Campania, prefect of the City, ornamenting the insignia of these three offices with the shining light of his eloquence and of the virtue of his parentage; who repays, enhanced through the energy of his own praise, the fame of his family, celebrated in the paternal and grandpaternal pages of the fasti</I> of inimitable merits towards [our] commonwealth; exceptional in the luminosity of his lineage, in his equally learned and noble foresight, in his capacity, his vigour, his eloquence [and] his moderation; in the very flower of his youth … the fruit of mature authority ...
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