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Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae, , 780 
Front of base for posthumous gilded bronze equestrian statue of Theodosius (father of Theodosius I, emperor). Canusium (Apulia et Calabria). 379-394. 
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To a man of glorious and venerable memory, Flavius Theodosius, father of our lord, most unconquered and eternal prince Theodosius, perpetual Augustus, whose manliness, fortune and justice expanded and preserved the [Roman] world, the people of Apulia and Calabria set up as a vow and [as a symbol of] devotion this gilded equestrian statue, with the supervision and execution of Flavius Sexio, of perfectissimus rank, governor ( corrector ) of Apulia and Calabria.
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