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LSA-1620 Base for statue of Lucilius Constantius, governor of Tuscia et Umbria. Luna (Tuscia et Umbria). Mid to late fourth century

City: Luna Province: Tuscia et Umbria Region: Italy north of Rome, with Corsica and Sardinia
Details: Found re-used in underground chapel underneath church of S. Marco
Current Location: La Spezia, Museo Archeologico
Object: Base Material: Marble Re-Use? Yes
Form: Rectangular Height(cm): 67.5 Width(cm): 65.5 Depth(cm): 36.5
Language: Latin Text Type: Prose
Honorand: Lucilius Constantius, governor of Tuscia et Umbria Position: Provincial Governors Gender: Male
Awarder: Council and citizens (ordo et cives) of Luna Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Earliest: 366 Latest : 400
Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae, , 1252

Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , XI, 6958

Bertinelli, A. and A. Frova, Marmora Lunensia Erratica, Sarzana 1983, pp. 196-197

Text: Ex decreto, ordo Lunens(ium) / et cives, inmortalibus / beneficiis relevati, ob memo/riam posteritati tradendam /(5) statuam collocarunt Lucilio / Costantio, praesidi Mauritaniae / et Tincitaniae (sic, pro Tingitanae), v(iro) c(larissimo), consulari / Tusciae et Umbriae.

Trans: By decree, the council and citizens of Luna, having received relief through [his] undying services, set up this statue to pass on [his] memory to posterity, to Lucilius Constantius, governor (praeses) of Mauretania and Tingitana, of clarissimus rank, governor (consularis) of Tuscia and Umbria.