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Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae, , 2942 [edit]

Lost base for statue of Caius Iulius Rufinianus Ablabius Tatianus, governor of Campania. Abellinum (Campania). Mid fourth century. [edit]

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University of Oxford
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[Statue of] Taianus. To Caius Iulius Rufinianus Ablabius Tatianus, of clarissimus rank, son of Rufinianus the orator, patron of the imperial fisc ( fisci patrono rationum summarum ), enrolled among consulares by decision of the deified Constantine, legate of the province of Asia, governor ( corrector ) of Tuscia et Umbria, governor ( consular ) of Aemilia et Liguria, priest of mother Vesta and in the college of priests, deputy supervisor to the priest of Hercules ( promagistro sacerdoti Herculis ), governor ( consularis ) of Campania; the most splendid council and the people of Abellinum, on account of his remarkable services to itself, his kindness, devoutness and integrity, decreed this statue to be set up.
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