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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , XI, 4096 (+p 1363) = VI, 871 (p 3007) [edit]

Base for statue of Sextus Cluvius Martinus, local notable and patron. From Ocriculum (Tuscia et Umbria). 341. Dedicated with LSA-1633 . [edit]

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To the offshoot of a good lineage and a man gifted with outstanding integrity, Sextus Cluvius Martinus, who performed all public magistracies, of laudabilis rank, restorer of the winter baths with Marcus Caesonius Saturninus, his brother. On account of so many services towards them, the council and citizens ( ordo et cives ) of the most splendid city of Ocriculum publicly and auspiciously decreed [this] marble statue to its most worthy patron, as a perpetual memorial. (On the right side): Dedicated on the 16th Kalends of December, under the consulship of Marcellinus and Probinus. (Transl. U. Gehn)
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