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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VI, 41382 [edit]

Base for statue of Flavius Stilicho, master of the soldiery and consul; erected by the barge-owners and fishermen ( cạudicarii seu piscatores ) . Rome. 400 [edit]

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[Statue of) Flavius Stilicho, of clarissimus rank. To Flavius Stilicho, of clarissimus and illustrious rank, master of all soldiers and consul ( consul ordinarius ), out of veneration for his great virtues, among the other benefits which have been conferred through him upon the City of Rome, the guilds of the barge-owners and of the fishermen of the city of Rome, through whom food supplies are conveyed to the City in barges, greatly moved, because with Gildo the public enemy defeated and the supply of the Romans restored he increased the blessedness…
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