Item:Q6196

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Ephemeris Epigraphica , , IX, 592 [edit]

Base for statue of emperor, probably Constantine. Lavinium (Campania). 312-337. [edit]

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… because of [his] exceptional liberality and [because] the city was brought back to a better state [and] also an abundant grant of corn restored, which had been lacking in the time of the tyrant, the council ( ordo ) of Laurentum and Lavinium, dedicated and most devoted to his divine spirit and majesty, [set this up].
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