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(‎Created claim: Translation EN (P11): When under his leadership and official command Achaia had been conquered and Corinth destroyed, Lucius Mummius, son of Lucius, consul, returned to Rome in triumph. On account of these successful accomp...)
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Property / Translation EN: When under his leadership and official command Achaia had been conquered and Corinth destroyed, Lucius Mummius, son of Lucius, consul, returned to Rome in triumph. On account of these successful accomplishments he, in his capacity as imperator dedicates this temple and statue of Hercules Victor, which he had vowed during the war. / reference
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Author of publication: C. Bruun and J. Edmondson
Publication title: The Oxford Handbook of Roman Epigraphy
Year: 2015

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CIL 01 (2. ed), 626 = 06, 331
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    When under his leadership and official command Achaia had been conquered and Corinth destroyed, Lucius Mummius, son of Lucius, consul, returned to Rome in triumph. On account of these successful accomplishments he, in his capacity as imperator dedicates this temple and statue of Hercules Victor, which he had vowed during the war.
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    C. Bruun and J. Edmondson
    The Oxford Handbook of Roman Epigraphy
    2015