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L'Année épigraphique, , 1934, 158 [edit]

Honorific inscription, probably from base for statue of Lucius Aradius Valerius Proculus; set up by command of Constantine I, emperor. Rome, Forum of Trajan. 336-337. [edit]

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Emperor Caesar Flavius Constantinus, pious, fortunate, victorious and triumphant, Augustus, highest priest ( pontifex maximus ), greatest victor over the Germanic peoples for the fourth time, Greatest victor over the Sarmatians for the fourth time, greatest victor over the Goths for the second time, greatest victor over the Dacians, holding the tribunician powers for the thirty-third time, consul for the eighth time, imperator for the thirty-second time, father of the fatherland, proconsul , and Flavius Claudius Constantinus, victor over the Alamanni, and Flavius Iulius Constantius and Flavius Iulius Constans and Flavius Iulius Delmatius, most noble Caesars, to the consuls, praetors, tribunes of the plebs and their senate, greetings. If you and your children are well, it is good. We and our armies are well. Recalling the distinguished nobility of the ancestry of Proculus, of clarissimus rank, and the virtues acknowledged in the private and public performance of his services, conscript fathers, it is easy to value just how much glory Proculus, of clarissimus rank, … received from his ancestors…
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