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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1767 (+p. 4755) 
Base for statue of Tarrutenius Maximilianus, vicarius of Rome; erected by his son-in-law and consul. Rome. 438. 
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[Statue of] Tarrutenius. To Tarrutenius Maximilianus, of clarissimus rank and most eloquent, governor ( consularis ) of Picenum on his nineteenth year of age, vicar of the City of Rome, twice legate of the Senate, a most longed for father-in-law. Anicius Acilius Glabrius Faustus, of clarissimus rank, embellisher of this place, gladly offered this togate statue. [on the back] Anicius Acilius Glabrius Faustus, of clarissimus rank, consul, dedicated [this].
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