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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , X, 1126 [edit]

Base for statue of Caius Lucceius Petilius, city patron. Abellinum (Campania). Early to mid- fourth century. [edit]

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University of Oxford
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[Statue of] Gaudentius. To Caius Lucceius Petilius, of clarissimus rank, official in charge of the joyful Constantinian baths in the city of Rome, full of humanity and justice, master of fair dealing and source of all gravity and benevolence, most wise and most eloquent; because of his great goodness towards it, the most splendid council ( ordo ) of Abellinum, always strengthened by his watchfulness, ordered [this]for a most exceptional patron in the council chamber, because his whole family through many standing statues in many parts of the city displays its remarkable merit. (transl. U. Gehn)
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