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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1772 (+p. 4756) 
Base for bronze statue of Lucius Turcius Secundus, governor of Flaminia et Picenum; erected to its patron by the city of Amiternum. Rome. 340-350. 
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[Statue of] Asterius. To Lucius Turcius Secundus, of clarissimus rank, son of Lucius Turcius Apronianus, of clarissimus rank and memory, prefect of the City, grandson of Lucius Turcius Secundus, of clarissimus rank and memory, consul; to the praetor, quaestor, count of the emperors, governor ( corrector ) of Picenum and Flaminia, outstanding in eloquence, justice, integrity and authority, accomplished in every virtue and more. The most splendid council of the city of Amiternum, on account of the remarkable affection that he displayed for it, granted [this] bronze statue to a most worthy patron, after his term in office, for the perpetual glory of his name.
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