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LSA-1634 Base for statue of Publius Publilius Ceionius Iulianus, governor of Tuscia et Umbria and city patron. Narnia (Tuscia et Umbria). 355-370

City: Narnia Province: Tuscia et Umbria Region: Italy north of Rome, with Corsica and Sardinia
Details: Found near an 'ancient city gate' (possibly the 'Arco Romano')
Current Location: Narni, Museo della città e del territorio (without published inv. no.)
Object: Base Material: Unknown Re-Use? Unknown
Form: Rectangular Height(cm): Width(cm): Depth(cm):
Language: Latin Text Type: Prose
Honorand: Publius Publilius Ceionius Iulianus, governor of Tuscia et Umbria Position: Provincial Governors Gender: Male
Awarder: Council and citizens (ordo cum civibus) of Narnia Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Earliest: 355 Latest : 370
Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , XI, 4118

Text: [Iuli]anii. / P(ublio) Publilio Caeionio / Iuliano, v(iro) c(larissimo), / correctori Tusciae et Umbriae, / ob insigni eius gesta et inlus/tre administrationis meritum, / ordo Narniensium una cum / civibus statuam conlocave/runt patrono dignissimo.

Trans: [Statue of] Iulianus. To Publius Publilius Caeionius Iulianus, of clarissimus rank, governor (corrector) of Tuscia and Umbria; on account of his distinguished achievements and of the illustrious service of his administration, the council of the city of Narnia, together with the citizens, set up [this] statue to a most worthy patron.