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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1691 (+p. 4735) 
Lost base for statue of Lucius Aradius Valerius Proculus, consul and prefect of the City; erected to its patron by the city of Puteoli. Rome. 340. 
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(Statue) of Populonius. To Lucius Aradius Valerius Proculus, of clarissimus rank, augur, greater priest ( pontifex maior ), member of the college of 15 men for sacred affairs, priest of the Gens Flavia , tutelary praetor, legate for the praetor of the province of Numidia, tax reviewer of the province of Gallaecia, governor ( praeses ) of the province of Byzacena, governor ( consularis ) of the province of Europa et Thracia, governor ( consularis ) of the province of Sicily, count of the second order, count of the first order, governor ( proconsul ) of the province of Africa and judge representing the emperor, while at the same time judge in the imperial court of appeal for the provinces of Africa Proconsularis, Numidia, Byzacena, and Tripolitania and likewise Mauretania Sitifensis and Mauretania Caesariensis, having performed the office of praetorian prefect, count of the first order inside the palace for the second time, prefect of the City, judge representing the Emperor for a second time, and consul ( consul ordinarius ). The men of perfectissimus rank and chief magistrates, and the most splendid council and people of Puteoli [set this up] to their most worthy patron, under the supervision of Septimius Carito, of perfectissimus rank.
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