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Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , XII 78 [edit]

Base for statue of emperor, probably Diocletian. Eburodunum (Alpes Maritimae). 284-305 (?) [edit]

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Version a: To ..., pious, fortunate, unconquered Augustus, during his ... tribunician power, consul, father of the fatherland, proconsul. The city of the Caturiges (set this up) devoted to his divine spirit and majesty. Annius Rufinus, of egregius rank, governor (procurator) of the province of Alpes Maritimae, took charge and dedicated it. Version b: To ... , pious, fortunate, unconquered Augustus, restitutor of the world, most provident of earlier emperors and more powerful than all. Annius Rufinus, of egregius rank, governor (procurator et praeses) of Alpes Maritimae (set this up), devoted to his divine spirit and majesty.
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