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L'Année épigraphique, , 1975, 880 
Base for statue of Lucius Octavius Aur(elianus?) signo Didasius, local notable. Ureu (Africa Proconsularis). 280-350 
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[Statue of] Didasius. To Lucius Octavius Aurelianus (?) Didasius, of clarissimus rank, (…) native citizen, for the unique loyalty in the protection of the citizens, and for having provided love for all, the baths (…) ruined after the flood (…) preserved (in good condition?) (…) he equipped, improved, completed and dedicated out of his own generosity. The council ( ordo and people (of the city?) of the Uruenses set up this statue to the well deserving citizen and most renowned patron, with a decree of the decurions, with public funds (transl. C. Machado).
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