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CIL 06, 01717, cfr. pp. 3813, 4742 [edit]

Lost base for statue of Fabius Titianus, consul and prefect of the City; set up by a slave. Rome. 339-341 .Rome. 339-341. [edit]

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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.
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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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