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Tantillo, I. and F. Bigi (eds.), Leptis Magna. Una città e le sue iscrizioni in epoca tardoromana , Cassino 2010 , 422-5, no.56, figs. 7.23, 10.64, pl. 18 
Base for statue of Titus Flavius Vibianus Heraclius, priest and curator . Lepcis Magna (Tripolitania). Earlier fourth century. 
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Statue of Heraclius. In the same year duovir of Lepcis Magna and priest of the province of Tripolitania, a most blameless man, a most honest principalis , a lover of his fatherland and of his fellow-citizens, Titus Flavius Vibianus, of perfectissimus rank, perpetual flamen and pontifex , curator of the community ( res publica ) of Lepcis Magna, priest of the Laurentes Labinates, priest of the Mother of the gods, prefect of all sacred things. On account of the display of various delights and of ten Libyan beasts, by acclamation of the people and by decree of the council ( ordo [this was set up].
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