Item:Q6821

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Gsell, S., Inscriptions latines de l’Algérie, vol. I , Paris 1922 (Rome 1965) , no. 1229 [edit]

Base for re-erected colossal statue, probably of Antoninus Pius or Marcus Aurelius. Thubursicu Numidarum (Africa Proconsularis). 361 [edit]

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Sacred to the honour and virtue of the two Augusti. For the blessedness of the times, the statue of one of the two colossi, once fallen, [has been] restored, with ornaments, removed from some ruins, placed nearby; under the governorship of Clodius Hermogenianus, a most important man of clarissimus rank; Flavius Atilius Theodotus, of clarissimus rank, his legate, took care of the safeguarding of the new forum.
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