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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1371=1195 (+p. 4746) 
Front of base for statue, in bronze and silver, of Flavius Stilicho, consul, master of the soldiery and member of the imperial family. Rome, Forum. 405-406. 
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[To Flavius Stilicho, illustrious man], twice consul, commander of both armies, commander of the imperial bodyguards and of the imperial stables ( comes domesticorum et stabuli sacri ), and progressing with time through the steps of the most glorious military service to the summit and advanced to royal kinship by marriage, a partner in all wars and victories, son-in-law of the divine Theodosius Augustus and likewise father-in-law of our lord Honorius Augustus. The Roman people, on account of his unique love and providence in its regard, have decreed a statue of bronze and silver to be placed on the rostra as a memory of his everlasting glory. Fl(avius) Pisidius Romulus, of clarissimus rank, prefect of the City, carried it out.
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