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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , II 4107 
Lost base for statue, probably of Crispus, emperor. Tarraco (Tarraconensis). 317-326, probably 324-326 
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To our pious and venerable lord, Crispus [name erased], the most noble and powerful and fortunate Caesar. Septimius Acyndinus, of clarissimus rank, administering the five provinces of Hispania together with the province of Tingitana, judge representing the emperor ( vice sacra cognoscens ), always most dedicated to his divine spirit and majesty, [set this up].
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