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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VIII, 7013 [edit]

Base for bronze statue of Ceionius Italicus, governor of Numidia. Cirta (Numidia). 340-350, possibly 343 [edit]

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University of Oxford
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At the command of our venerable lords and Augusti, Constantius and Constans. To Ceionius Italicus, of clarissimus and consularis rank, a man singular and exceptional for his moderation, integrity, endurance, justice and honour to a remarkable and extraordinary man. The council ( ordo ) of the colony of Milev, at their own request and that of the province, set up [this] bronze statue to its patron in the forum of the city of Constantina, believing this to be the most honourable place to erect it.
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