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Le Epigrafi Romane di Canosa, Bari 1990, n. 38 [edit]

Base for statue of Lucius Annius Rufus, local notable and patron of the city. Canusium (Apulia et Calabria). Third-fourth century. [edit]

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[Statue of] Athenasius. To Lucius Annius Rufus, son of Lucius, from the Oufentina tribe, of egregius rank in every action of his life, patron of the colony; having the people requested an equestrian [statue] to the judges, he [being] satisfied with the honour of a standing statue, returned their favour.
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