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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1768 (+p. 4755) [edit]

Plaque from base for bronze statue of Lucius Turcius Apronianus, governor of Tuscia et Umbria; erected by the city of Spoletium. Rome. 346. [edit]

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[Statue of] Asterius. To Lucius Turcius Apronianus, of clarissimus rank, son of Lucius Turcius Apronianus, of clarissimus rank, prefect of the City, grandson of Lucius Turcius Secundus, of clarissimus rank and consul; to the quaestor, praetor, member of the board of fifteen men for sacred affairs, governor ( corrector ) of Tuscia et Umbria, outstanding in every virtue. This bronze statue, the council of Spoletium placed for the remembrance of his perpetual name, under the supervision of Flavius Spe, of perfectissimus rank, and Codonius Taurus iunior, after the consulship of Amantius and Albinus.
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