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L'Année épigraphique, , 2005, 90 
Base for statue of Caius Vettius Cossinius Rufinus, prefect of Rome, former governor of Campania, patron of Atina. Atina (Campania). 315. 
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To Caius Vettius Cossinius Rufinus, of clarissimus rank, urban prefect, count of our Augusti, governor ( corrector ) of Campania, governor ( corrector ) of Tuscia and Umbria, governor ( corrector ) of Venetia and Histria, officer in charge of the banks of the Tiber and of the sewers ( consularis albei Tiberis et cloacarum ) of the sacred City, officer in charge ( consularis ) of the via Flaminia, governor ( proconsul ) of the province of Achaia, drawn by lot priest of the Sun god, augur, member of the priestly college of the palatine salii ; the councillors and people of Atina, who during his governorship ( correctura ) which took place during the ferocious tyranny did not suffer any harm, to a most worthy patron, [set this up].
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