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Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae, , 687 [edit]

Base for statue of Constantine I, emperor; erected by the barge-owners and ship-owners ( caudicarii navicularii ). Ostia (hinterland of Rome). 312-324. [edit]

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To the restorer of public freedom, defender of the City of Rome, founder of the general common welfare ( communis omnium salutis auctor ), our lord emperor Flavius Valerius Constantinus, pious, fortunate, unconquered, forever Augustus. The entering members of the guilds of the barge-owners and of the ship-owners, devoted to his divine spirit and majesty (set this up), under the care of Aurelius Victorianus, of perfectissimus rank, prefect of the annona ).
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