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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VIII, 2590 [edit]

Base for statue of 'Fortuna Victrix'. From Calama (Africa Proconsularis). 293-294 [edit]

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The [statue of the] Victorious Fortune, with the statues of victories, [was moved] from an abandoned and neglected place, into this place, with (private funds?), in the fourth (year of the) governorship ( proconsulatu ) of the distinguished Aurelius Aristobulus, of clarissimus rank and most distinguished, through the foresight of the glorious Macrinus Sossianus, of clarissimus rank, legate for the fourth time. Iulius Rusticianus, citizen and curator of the splendid colony of Kalama (…) moved and placed (…).
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