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L'Année épigraphique, , 1937, 119-20 [edit]

Record, on a patronage table, of statues set up to decorate the baths of Amiternum. From Amiternum (Flaminia et Picenum). 325. [edit]

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In the year of the consuls Paulinus and Iulianus on the 7th day after the ides of December, in the curia of Amiternum, in the seventh year of the Emperor, on a most attended day with a large number of the decurions present... (ll.20-22) ... with his own funds he covered the costs and restored the baths that were for a long time destroyed by antiquity, adding a new porticus and all ornaments for its beauty, and decorated with statues and dedicated it in the name of our lord Constantus, most blessed Caesar…
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