Item:Q5973

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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1706 (+p. 4739-40) [edit]

Base for statue of Cheionius Contucius, governor of Picenum et Flaminia; erected by the city of Forum Novum. Rome. 400. [edit]

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(Statue) of Gregarius, of clarissimus rank. To Cheionius Contucius, of clarissimus rank, an illustration of his stock both through his outstanding deeds and rare example of old-fashioned sanctity, by whose support the entire province of Picenum et Flaminia thanks for its growth and restoration, with him judging like an ancestral parent, individual cities were delighted to be brought back to their pristine form. The Foronovani, anticipating the wishes of the entire province, have set up a statue for lasting remembrance and in eternal memory. (on side) Dedicated on the thirteenth day before the Kalends of December in the consulship of Flavius Stilicho, of clarissimus rank.
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