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Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae, , 6459 [edit]

Base for statue of Lucius Munatius Concessianus, local patron. Neapolis. Late third century. [edit]

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University of Oxford
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[Statue of] Concessianus. To Lucius Munatius Concessianus, of perfectissimus rank, patron of the colony, on account of his merits towards the citizens through lavish generosity, [this] long-due honour to a most outstanding man the present time executes; by which (= the same generosity), while his son Munatius Concessianius held the office of demarch, with yet greater expenditure of generosity, he provided plenty for all citizens. On account of these (?) testimonies of most sincere love, the most splendid leading body ( res primaria ) of the Herculanenses decreed that a statue should be set up to [this] admirable patron. (Trans. U. Gehn)
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