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LSA-1216 Plaque, probably from base for statue, with dedication to Constantine I and sons, emperors. Aquileia (Venetia et Histria). 326-337.

City: Aquileia Province: Venetia et Histria Region: Italy north of Rome, with Corsica and Sardinia
Details: Found in a field at Marigname, near via Annia.
Current Location: Museo Archeologico, Aquileia,inv. no. 20
Object: Plaque Material: Marble Re-Use? Unknown
Form: Rectangular Height(cm): 56 Width(cm): 69 Depth(cm): 15
Language: Latin Text Type: Prose
Honorand: Constantine I, Constantine II, Constantius II, Constans Position: Emperors Gender: Male
Awarder: Name lost Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Earliest: 326 Latest : 337
L'Année épigraphique, , 1984, 434

Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , V, 8269

Brusin, G., Inscriptiones Aquileiae, vol. I-III, Udine 1991-1993, vol. I no. 448

Text: [Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) Flavio] / [Constantino max(imo),] / [p]io, fel(ici), Aug(usto), [victori], / ab initio fel[icissimi] / imperii sui hos[tium] / sedibus bellis in[latis], / (5) [r]eportatisque sua / [vir]tute et divina / [dispos]itione victoriis, / [et Fl(avio) Const]antino, / [et Fl(avio) Constantio ---]. Trans: To the emperor Caesar Flavius Constantinus the greatest, pious, fortunate Augustus, victor, because, from the beginning of his most happy reign, wars were taken to the lands of [our] enemies and victories were brought back, through his courage and divine direction; and to Flavius Constantinus, and Flavius Constantius ...