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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 36952 (+p. 4355) 
Base for statue of Constantine I, emperor; erected by a rationalis . Rome, Forum. 312-324. 
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To our lord Constantinus, pious, fortunate, unconquered and most blessed, forever Augustus, son of the divine pious Constantius Augustus. Appius Primianus, of perfectissimus rank, officer in charge of the imperial patrimony ( rationalis summae privatae ), dedicated to his divine spirit and majesty, [set this up].
To our lord Constantine, Pius, Happy, Unconquered and most blessed ever Augustus, son of the divine Pius Augustus Constantius, the most perfect Appius Primianus (dedicated), administrative officer of the imperial patrimony, devoted to the numen and the majesty of the Emperor.
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