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Tantillo, I. and F. Bigi (eds.), Leptis Magna. Una città e le sue iscrizioni in epoca tardoromana , Cassino 2010 , 387-9, no. 39, figs. 7.14, 10.46, pl. XIII 
Base for statue of Flavius Archontius Nilus, military commander and governor ( comes et praeses )of Tripolitania, patron of Lepcis. Lepcis Magna (Tripolitania). 355-361. 
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(Statue of) Nilus. To a man outstanding in vigilance and advice at home and abroad (= in peace and war), foremost by integrity, measured by justice and the moderation of his judgements, the restorer of public buildings, a most far-seeing guardian of the safety of the council ( ordo ) and of all citizens, safeguarder of truth and the greatest friend of honesty and loyalty, Flavius Archontius Nilus, of perfectissimus rank, military commander ( comes ) and governor ( praeses ) of the province of Tripolitania. To ther best patron, on account of his infinite good deeds by which both separately and with the entire province they have been raised and reborn, the people of Lepcis Magna ( Lepcimagnenses ) show their joy; unanimously they decreed a statue and because of his exceptional merit they decided that it should be added to the décor of the city.
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