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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VIII, 12279 
Damaged base for statue, possibly of Geminius Dativus, curator of the city. Avitta Bibba (Africa Proconsularis). Fourth to early fifth century 
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... set up with the joy of well-being … through the love of Geminius the father (?), again triumphant; through the care of Dativus you (= the statue) will remain placed here for eternity.
[Statue of the] Magniliani. Quintus Vetulenius Urbanus Herennianus, priest in perpetuity, curator of the city, completed and dedicated a new changing room ( apodyterium ), built from ground level to the right of the chambers by the exit, [and] two pools; the rest [of the building he] restored, and ornamented with marble statues, painted panels, columns at the entrance to the chambers, and other things, all with his own funds and with Magnilianus his son, brightest and most prudent of young man, [and] at the solemn request of all the citizens; and for the whole population he gave a three-day banquet, and presented theatrical displays.
[Statue of the] Magniliani. Quintus Vetulenius Urbanus Herennianus, priest in perpetuity, curator of the city, a new changing room ( apodyterium ) being built by him alone at the chambers by the exit on the right, two other pools being restored, and the chambers and porticoes being decorated with marble statues with painted panels and columns with his own funds and with Magnilianus his son, most flowering and foreseeing young man, he completed and dedicated with the votes of all citizens, and for the whole population he gave a ceremonial banquet for three days and presented theatrical displays.
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