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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , CIL XIV, 173=31924- CIL VI, 1760 (+p.4754). 
Lost base for statue of Ragonius Vincentius Celsus, prefect of the annona and patron. From Ostia or Portus (hinterland of Rome). Late fourth century. 
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[Statue of] Vincentius. To Ragonius Vincentius, of clarissimus rank, advocate at the court of the prefecture of the City, quaestor, praetor triumphalis , consul, prefect of the annona; who from his early years pursued all the ornaments of the virtues, never flattering himself with the nobility of his birth, but whatever virtue the hope of greater age might promise, he showed extensivly through an abundance of excellent deeds. Because of this it finally happened that our council ( ordo ), with the consent of the whole city, willingly chose to accept him as their perpetual patron, as he deserved.
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