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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1708=31906=41318 
Lost base for statue of Ceionius Rufius Albinus, consul and prefect of the City. Rome. 336-337. 
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The Senate, by its own decree, honoured with a statue Ceionius Rufius Albinus, of clarissimus rank, consul, prefect of the City, philosopher, son of Rufius Volusianus, twice consul, twice prefect of the City, praetorian prefect, because by his intervention for his children seeking the quaestorship, he gained for it (= the Senate) the authority to create all quaestors, for the first since the time of Caesar ( post Caesariana tempora ), that is after 381 years. Fl(avius) Magnus Ianuarius, of clarissimus rank, the supervisor of statues ( curator statuarum ), saw that it was set up and dedicated it.
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