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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1730 (+p. 4746) [edit]

Front of base for statue of Flavius Stilicho, master of the soldiery and member of the imperial family. Rome, from the Forum. 398-399. [edit]

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To Fl(avius) Stilicho, a man of clarissimus rank. To Flavius Stilicho, of illustrissimus rank, commander of the calvary and infantry, commander of the imperial bodyguards ( comes domesticorum ), praetorian tribune, both progressing with time through the steps of the most glorious military service to the summit of eternal glory and advanced to royal kinship by marriage as son-in-law of the deified Theodosius, count of the deified Theodosius Augustus in all wars and victories, and appointed by Theodosius to a second royal relationship by marriage as father-in-law of our lord Honorius Augustus. A man whose council and forethought freed Africa. By decree of the Senate (this was set up).
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