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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1696 (+p. 4736-7) 
Base for bronze statue of Attius InsteiusTertullus, prefect of the City; erected to its patron by the guild of wholesale dealers ( magnarii ). Rome. 307-310. 
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To a distinguished man who surpassed the diligence of all earlier prefects, Attius Insteius Tertullus, quaestor ( quaestor kandidatus ), praetor ( praetor kandidatus ), suffect consul, governor ( corrector ) of Venetia et Histria, supervisor of the workshops (?), governor ( proconsul ) of Africa (?), prefect of the City of Rome. On account of the care which he took, with attention to their misery and with incomparable diligence, when they had brought the danger into the open, so that their fortunes, struck by grave poverty, might grow strong, restored and fostered to their former force, and might receive eternal vigour; and [on account] of his outstanding deeds and singular munificence towards it, the guild of wholesale dealers ( corpus magnariorum ), freed from fear and crisis, has set up [this] fine statue in bronze to him, under the supervision of Flavius Respectus Panckarius Sabinianus Palassius and Flavius Florentius, men of perfectissimus rank, supervisors of the guild of wholesale dealers, to a deserving patron.
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