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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , X, 4725 [edit]

Base for statue of Caius Minucius Aeterius, local patron. Forum Popilii (Campania). Early to mid fourth century. [edit]

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University of Oxford
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To Caius Minucius Aeterius the Elder, industrious man; the entire people ( populus ) of the city of the Foropopilienses declares a major honour for your labours, native of our city; [you are] worthy of the council and patron of the people; you have already accepted that first your sons, then in turn your grandsons [will assume] the day of [their] magistracy; to you, worthy patron, the entire people, together with our children, decided that a statue should be set up in the most splendid location of our fatherland. (transl. U. Gehn)
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