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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1693 (+p. 4736) 
Lost base for statue of Lucius Aradius Valerius Proculus, consul and prefect of the City; erected to its patron by the guild of swine dealers and butchers ( suarii ). Rome. 351-352. 
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This man [was] twice prefect of his fatherland, he prefect both at the same time and before proconsul of Libya, three times judge representing the Emperor who disarmed altercations, and consul decorating the yearly registers ( fasti ) with his eternal name. Which of the other things, done by so great a judge, should I recall, when you see Proculus who was born for every honour. The guild of swine-dealers ( collegium suariorum ) [set this up] to their most outstanding patron.
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