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Gerov, B., Inscriptiones Latinae in Bulgaria repertae , Sofia 1989 , no. 10 [edit]

Base for statue of unstated subject. From Oescus (Dacia Ripensis). Earlier to mid fourth century (313-367) [edit]

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University of Oxford
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University of Oxford
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For the well-being and safety of our lords the two Augusti. Flavius Euforbius, primipilarius of the 5th legion, the Macedonian, from the province of Asia, (and) the city of Focia, set up the statue having fulfilled his duty of providing the troops with food.
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a) Public vows. b) To the genius of our lord Julian Augustus.
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