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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1715 (+p. 4741-2) 
Lost base for statue of Cronius Eusebius, vicarius of Italy; commanded by the emperor. Rome. 399. 
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To Cronius Eusebius, of clarissimus rank, governor ( consularis ) of Aemilia, with surveying of the aforenamed province having been added to his vigilance and justice, including even the city of Ravenna which seemed formerly to be the head of the province of Picenum, vicar of Italy over which extra power was allotted to the named man because of the testimony of his previously gained honour, by petition of the Senate (this statue) was bestowed by our most unconquered princes in contemplation of his life and eloquence. (b: below, in Greek) The senate and the emperor (set this up to) the city-healing ruler of Italy, the wise Eusebius (c: on the right side) Dedicated on the fifth day before the Ides of November in the year of the consulship of Fl(avius) Mallius Theodorus, of clarissimus rank.
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