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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , IX, 1596 [edit]

Fragmentary base for statue of benefactor (a major restorer of buildings), possibly a governor of Campania. Beneventum (Campania). Fourth to fifth century. [edit]

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... justice, of admirable purity, conspicuous restorer of the forum in large part collapsed into ruins, every day increasingly restorer of the basilica … with the porticus of the Sagittarii and the region of the Via Nova, restorer of the baths of Commodus, restorer of the guilds, restorer of the porticus of Diana, restorer of the basilica of Longinus and founder of the whole city after a hostile fire; on account of his remarkable and outstanding services in the whole province and in themselves and in the native city, the people of Beneventus placed [this] statue for his eternal memory…
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