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LSA-2839

Portrait statue of man in chlamys. Caesarea Maritima (Palestina I). Fourth to fifth century

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Marble Height(cm): 177.5
Current Location: inv. IAA 92-658
Honorand: Position:
Awarded By: Position:
Main Reference: Gersht, R. 'Three statues from Caesarea', Atiquot 28, Jerusalem 1996, 103-108, no. B, figs. 6-13.


LSA-2841

Portrait head of man with 'mop' hairstyle and stubble beard. Aphrodisias. Earlier sixth century

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Marble Height(cm): 29
Current Location: Aphrodisias Museum, exc inv. 2011-38
Honorand: Position:
Awarded By: Position:
Main Reference: Smith, R.R.R. “Three statues and a portrait head: four new finds of public statuary”, Aphrodisias Papers 5. Excavation and Research at Aphrodisias 2006-2012, Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement Series no. 103, 2016, 300-302, no. 4, figs. 19.9-12


LSA-2842

Himation statue re-used for late portrait. Aphrodisias (Caria). Fifth century

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Marble Height(cm): 159
Current Location: Aphrodisias Museum, exc inv. 2011-75
Honorand: Position:
Awarded By: Position:
Main Reference: Smith, R.R.R. “Three statues and a portrait head: four new finds of public statuary”, Aphrodisias Papers 5. Excavation and Research at Aphrodisias 2006-2012, Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement Series no. 103, 2016, 293-295, no. 1, figs. 19.1-2 (preliminary notice)


LSA-2843

Statue of bearded man in a himation. Aphrodisias (Caria). Mid fourth to mid fifth century.

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Marble Height(cm): 177
Current Location: Aphrodisias Museum, exc. inv. 2012-9 and 2015-32
Honorand: Position:
Awarded By: Position:
Main Reference: Smith, R.R.R. “Three statues and a portrait head: four new finds of public statuary”, Aphrodisias Papers 5. Excavation and Research at Aphrodisias 2006-2012, Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement Series no. 103, 2016, 295-297, no. 2, figs. 19.3-19.5 (preliminary notice)


LSA-2844

Togate statue of portly man. Aphrodisias. Fifth century.

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Marble Height(cm): 166
Current Location: Aphrodisias Museum, exc. inv. 2012-10
Honorand: Position:
Awarded By: Position:
Main Reference: Smith, R.R.R. “Three statues and a portrait head: four new finds of public statuary”, Aphrodisias Papers 5. Excavation and Research at Aphrodisias 2006-2012, Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement Series no. 103, 2016, 297-300, no. 2, figs. 19.6-19.8 (preliminary notice)


LSA-2845

Base for statue of emperor (probably Maximian, or Maxentius). Lambaesis (Numidia). 286-312

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Local stone Height(cm):
Current Location: Lambaesis, lapidarium (without published inv. no.)
Honorand: Maximian, or Maxentius Position: Emperors
Awarded By: Council (ordo) of Lambaesis Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Main Reference: Bertolazzi, R., From the CIL Archives (II): A New Statue Base from Lambaesis (Algeria), Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 188, 2014, 284-6,


LSA-2846

Base for statue of Julian, emperor. Ancyra (Galatia Salutaris). 362

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Unknown Height(cm):
Current Location: No recent record (where found?)
Honorand: Julian Position: Emperors
Awarded By: Saturninus Secundus Salutius Position: High Imperial Office-Holders
Main Reference: Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , III 247


LSA-2847

Literary record of image, very possibly statue, of Anastasius, emperor. Gaza (Palaestina I). 502-515, probably 502

τὰς σὰς εἰκόνας ἐπ‘ εὐεργεσίας ἱστῶσαι, καὶ μετ‘ ἐκείνων ἡμεῖς ... ἡ πόλις τὸν εὐεργέτην, δι‘ οὖ νῦν αὐχένα τε γαῦρον ἐπαίρω καὶ πόλις εἰμί.

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Type of Evidence: Textual reference Material: Unknown Height(cm):
Current Location: Lost
Honorand: Anastasius Position: Emperors
Awarded By: City of Gaza Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Main Reference: Amato, E. (ed.), Procopius Gazaeus. Opuscula Rhetorica et Oratoria (Bibliotheca Teubneriana 2004), Berlin 2009, 80-104 op. XI (= Or. 2)


LSA-2848

Base for statue, almost certainly of Decimius Hilarianus signo Hesperius, praetorian prefect. Cuicul (Numidia). 378-380

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Unknown Height(cm):
Current Location: Cuicul, on site
Honorand: Decimius Hilarianus signo Hesperius Position: Civilian Imperial Office-Holders
Awarded By: Unknown Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Main Reference: Pflaum, H.-G., Inscriptions Latines de l'Algérie. 2. Inscriptions de la confédération cirtéenne, de Cuicul et de la tribu des Suburbures. Vol. 3, Paris 2003, no. 7902


LSA-2849

Fragments of a plaque, possibly from base for statue of Areobindas (or: Areobindus), possibly provincial governor, or possibly high ranking military office holder and consul. Gortyna (Creta). Fifth century

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Marble Height(cm): 31 (frgmt. A); 24 (frgmt. B)
Current Location: Gortyna, store rooms, inv. no. 81GO2340 (fragment A) and 81GO2343 (fragment B)
Honorand: Areobindas (Areobindus) Position: Provincial Governors
Awarded By: Unknown, perhaps the city council of Gortyna Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Main Reference: Magnelli, A., Flavius Areobindus magister militiae Orientis (434–449) in un’inedita iscrizione frammentaria da Gortina (Creta), L’Africa romana 16, 2006, III 1929–1937,


LSA-2850

Base for statue of unknown subject, perhaps emperor. Novae (Moesia II). Fourth to earlier fifth century

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Local stone Height(cm): 65
Current Location: No published record
Honorand: Unknown Position: Imperial Family
Awarded By: Flavius (?) Bassus and Flavius ...us, primipilarii Position: Lower-ranking Imperial Officials
Main Reference: Łajtar, A., A Newly Discovered Greek Inscription at Novae (Moesia Inferior) Associated with pastus militum, Tyche 28, 93-112, 2013,


LSA-2851

Base for statue of unknown subject, perhaps Liber Pater, deity. Novae (Moesia II). 293-310

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Local stone Height(cm): 153
Current Location: Novae, storerooms at Bulgarian dig house (without published inv. no.)
Honorand: Unknown Position: Deities, Personifications and Heroes
Awarded By: Aurelius Porfyrius Position: Lower-ranking Imperial Officials
Main Reference: Sarnowski, T., Accepta pariatoria und pastus militum. Eine neue Statuenbasis mit zwei Inschriften aus Novae, Tyche 28, 2013, 135-46,


LSA-2852

Base for statue of Alpinus Magnus, governor (consularis) of Sicilia and patron of Lilybaeum. Lilybaeum (Sicilia) 324 - 350

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Height(cm): 160
Current Location: Marsala, courtyard of Palazzo Municipale (Cortile del Municipio)
Honorand: Alpinus Magnus signo Eumenius Position: Provincial Governors
Awarded By: Council and people of Lilybaeum Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Main Reference: L'Année épigraphique, , 1966, 167


LSA-2853

Base for statue of Iulius Claudius Peristerius Pompeianus, former governor (consularis) of Sicilia. Lilybaeum (Sicilia). Fourth century.

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Local stone Height(cm):
Current Location: Trapani, Museo regionale 'A. Pepoli', inv. no. 5304
Honorand: Iulius Claudius Peristerius Pompeianus Position: Civilian Imperial Office-Holders
Awarded By: Council of Lilybaeum Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Main Reference: L'Année épigraphique, , 1906, 75b


LSA-2854

Lost fragment of dedication to Valens, emperor, probably from base for statue. Nicomedia (Bithynia). 364-378

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Unknown Height(cm):
Current Location: No recent record (lost?)
Honorand: Valens Position: Emperors
Awarded By: Name lost Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Main Reference: L'Année épigraphique, , 1998, 1285


LSA-2855

Base for statue of Galerius, emperor. Perge (Pamphylia). 293-305

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Local stone Height(cm): 127
Current Location: Lost
Honorand: Galerius Position: Emperors
Awarded By: Marcus Ulpius Urbanus Position: Provincial Governors
Main Reference: Şahin, S., Die Inschriften von Perge, Teil II (Inschriften griechischer Städte aus Kleinasien, Band 61), Bonn 2004, 7-10 no. 287


LSA-2856

Base for statue of Tetrarch, probably Constantius I, emperor. Perge (Pamphylia). 293-305

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Local stone Height(cm): 117
Current Location: Where recorded (?)
Honorand: Constantius I (probably) Position: Emperors
Awarded By: Marcus Ulpius Urbanus Position: Provincial Governors
Main Reference: Şahin, S., Die Inschriften von Perge, Teil II (Inschriften griechischer Städte aus Kleinasien, Band 61), Bonn 2004, 10 no. 288


LSA-2857

Column, probably base for statue of city Tyche, deity. Perge (Pamphylia). Probably late third to earlier fourth century

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Marble Height(cm): 165
Current Location: Where recorded (?)
Honorand: Tyche (Fortuna) Position: Deities, Personifications and Heroes
Awarded By: Flavius Parthenius Position: Status of Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Main Reference: Şahin, S., Die Inschriften von Perge, Teil II (Inschriften griechischer Städte aus Kleinasien, Band 61), Bonn 2004, 14-16 no. 292


LSA-2858

Base, just possibly for statue, with inscription of Flavius Lucretius Publianus, curator rei publicae of Nola. Nola (Campania). Fourth to earlier fifth century

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Local stone Height(cm): 85
Current Location: Naples, courtyard between Cathedral and Basilica of Santa Restituta
Honorand: Flavius Lucretius Publianus Position: Civilian Imperial Office-Holders
Awarded By: city of Nola (?) Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Main Reference: Camodeca, G., 'Curatores rei publicae I', Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 35, 225-36, Bonn 1979, 232-6 no. 3


LSA-2859

Fragmentary inscription from base for statue of unknown honorand, coronatus of Tuscia et Umbria, defensor and patron. Carsulae (Tuscia et Umbria). Fourth century

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Height(cm):
Current Location: Sopraintendenza per i beni archeologici dell'Umbria, inv. no. 73/55 (fragment A+B), 92/59 (C), 57/53 (C), 157/54 (E), 2/53 (F).
Honorand: Lost Position: Benefactors
Awarded By: Name of awarder lost Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Main Reference: Roscini, E. and E. Zuddas, Il <i>coronatus</i> ritrovato, Epigraphica LXXVI, 1-2, Faenza 2014, 231-64

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