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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 1778 (+p. 4757) 
Base for posthumous statue of Vettius Agorius Praetextatus, consul designate and praetorian prefect. Rome. 387. 
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[Statue of] Agorius. To Vettius Agorius Praetextatus, of clarissimus rank, priest of Vesta, priest of the Sun god, member of the board of fifteen men (for sacred affairs), augur, tauroboliate, curialis (of Hercules), temple warden ( neocorus ), hierophant (of Hecate), father of the sacred rites [of the cult of Mithras), quaestor ( quaestor candidatus ), urban praetor, governor ( corrector ) of Tuscia et Umbria, governor ( consularis ) of Lusitania, governor ( proconsul ) of Achaia, prefect of the City, praetorian prefect of Italy and Illyricum for the second time, consul designate. (on the side) Dedicated on the Kalends of February, during the consulship of our lord Flavius Valentinianus (II) for the third time and Eutropius.
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