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Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae, , 6623 [edit]

Base for statue of Caius Matrinius Aurelius Antoninus, local notable and patron. Hispellum (Tuscia et Umbria). Mid-fourth century. [edit]

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To Caius Matrinius Aurelius Antoninus, son of Caius, of the Lemonia tribe, of perfectissimus rank, garlanded priest of the province of Tuscia and Umbria ( coronatus Tusciae et Umbriae ), priest of the family of the Flavians ( pontifex gentis Flavia ), sponsor of most abundant spectacles and of extraordinary rejoicing in the theatre, aedilis, quaestor, twice member of the board of two with judicial powers for five years ( duumviro iterum quinquennali iure dicundo ) of this most splendid city ( colonia ), curator of the city, and first notable; on account of the services of his kindness towards it, the whole urban populace ( plebs urbana ) of Flavia Constans [set this up] to a most worthy patron.
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