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L'Année épigraphique, , 1922, 17 [edit]

Base for statue of Cezeus Largus, governor of Africa and patron of Madauros. Madauros (Africa Proconsularis). 341-350 [edit]

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University of Oxford
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To Cezeus Largus, of clarissimus rank, patron of the colony, distinguished and outstanding, and an ornament of the senatorial order, man of praetorian rank, former governor ( consularis ) of the province of Byzacena, governor ( proconsul ) of the province of Africa in the third year, by whose governorship ( proconsulatu ) the city and the community ( res publica ) have obtained many benefits. His client, the council ( ordo ) of Madauros, decreed the erection of [this] marble statue with reverent obedience (…), although not matching the benefits he provided. The most splendid council ( ordo ) ensured its purchase and transport at its own expense, and dedicated it.
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