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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1702=31904 (+p. 4738) 
Lost base for statue of Betitius Perpetuus Arzygius, governor of Tuscia et Umbria; erected to their patron by the provincials of Tuscia et Umbria. Rome. Mid- to late fourth century. 
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To Betitius Perpetuus Arzygius, of clarissimus rank, governor ( consularis ) of Tuscia et Umbria. On account of his exceptional good deeds towards the people of the province, and on account of his moderation, the people of Tuscia et Umbria set up to their most outstanding patron the eternal monument of a statue, to serve as a record for future generations.
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