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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1723+1757=37112 (+p. 4819) 
Fragmentary plaque from base, partially lost, for statue of Quintus Flavius Maesius Egnatius Lollianus, consul, praetorian prefect and prefect of the City; erected by his son and daughter-in-law. Rome. 355-356. 
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(Statue) of Mavortius. To Fl(avius) Lollianus, of clarissimus rank, quaestor ( quaestor candidatus ), urban praetor, curator of the banks of the Tiber and large works and aqueducts, governor ( consularis ) of Campania, count inside the palace and judge representing the Emperor, count of the East and judge representing the Emperor, governor ( proconsul ) of the province of Africa and judge representing the Emperor, prefect of the City and judge representing the Emperor, count of the first order in the Palace for the second time, praetorian prefect, consul ( consul ordinarius ). Placidus Severus, of clarissimus rank, his son, to a most religious father, and Antonia Marcianilla, a woman of clarissimus rank, his daughter-in-law, to a most virtuous father-in-law.
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