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CIL 06, 01717, cfr. pp. 3813, 4742 
Lost base for statue of Fabius Titianus, consul and prefect of the City; set up by a slave. Rome. 339-341 .Rome. 339-341. 
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To Fabius Titianus, of clarissimus rank, governor ( corrector ) of Flaminia and Picenum, governor ( consularis ) of Sicily, governor ( proconsul ) of the province of Asia, judge in the imperial court of appeal, count of the first order, consul ( consul ordinarius ), prefect of the City. Peregrinus the slave (set this up) to his outstanding lord.
To Fabius Titianus, vir clarissimus, corrector of Flaminia and Picenum, consularis of Sicily, proconsul of the province of Asia and iudex sacrarum cognitionum, a comes of the first rank, an ordinary consul, prefect of the city (of Rome). Peregrinus his slave to a most outstanding master
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