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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 31940=41331 
Base for statue of Alfenius Ceionius Iulianus Kamenius, priest and governor of Numidia. Rome. 374-380. 
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[Statue of] Kamenius (?). To Alfenius Ceionius Iulianus Kamenius, of clarissimus rank, quaestor (( quaestor candidatus ), praetor of the triumph ( praetor triumphalis ), member of the college of seven men in charge of sacred feasts ( VIIvir epulonum ), master of the numen (?), father of the sacred rites of the highest and unconquered Mithras, hierophant of Hecate, chief herdsman ( archibucolus ) of the god Liber, member of the board of fifteen men for sacred affairs, tauroboliate into the cult of the mother of the gods, higher priest ( pontifex maior ), governor ( consularis ) of Numidia. On account of his justice and forethought, cherished by all of diocesans. Ianuarius... and ..., promoted with the colleagues of his office, set up this bronze statue in his home.
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