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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VIII, no. 18260 [edit]

Base for statue of Galerius, emperor, later re-used for a Caesar of the Constantinian dynasty. Lambaesis (Numidia). 305-337 [edit]

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To the most prudent man, triumphing with his whole world at the return of freedom, our lord, eternal emperor, Galerius Valerius Constans (or Constantius) Caesar (replacing: Maximianus the Younger), unconquered, pious, fortunate Augustus, victor; the community ( res publica ) of the colony of Lambaesis [set this up].
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