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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1735 (+p. 4747) 
Lost base for statue of Iulius Agrius Tarrutenius Marcianus, prefect of the City. Rome. 430-450. 
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(Statue) of Iulius Agrius Tarrutenius Marcianus, of clarissimus rank. To Iulius Agrius Tarrutenius Marcianus, of clarissimus and illustrious rank, remarkable for his nobility, justice, eloquence, and authority, and tested at the first bloom of maturity, quaestor ( quaestor candidatus ), praetor ( praetor candidatus ), governor ( consularis ) of Sicily, governor ( proconsul ) of the East, legate of the most important order [Senate] three times, prefect of the City, and judge in the imperial court of appeal for the second time. On account of his outstanding merits towards itself [ie, the senate], since he shined at the top in the equality and antiquity of his ruling in these courts and in this place for judgement for thirty years, and all men of the senate acknowledged the honesty and even justness of his earnest zeal, the most noble order with the consent of the prince decreed a statue to honour his merits for all time. Acting as first man with his....
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