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Devijver, H. & M. Waelkens, Roman Inscriptions from the Upper Agora at Sagalassos, Sagalassos III. Report on the Fourth Excavation Campaign of 1993, ed. By M. Waelkens and J. Poblome, 115-25 , Leuven 1995 , p. 118 no. 6 [edit]

Shrine for the Tyche of Sagalassus, re-used for statue of empress, probably Constantia (wife of Gratian), with dedications also to Gratian and Valentinian I or II. Sagalassus (Pisidia). 374-383 [edit]

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University of Oxford
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University of Oxford
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To ..., the mistress of the civilised world. Associated inscriptions: 1) To Flavius Valentinianus, the master of the civilised world. 2) To Flavius Gratianus, master of the civilised world.
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To the Victory Augusta [of ] Flavius Valerius Crispinus, most noble Caesar; the Constantinians [set this up].
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