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LSA-43 Base for toga statue of Quintus Flavius Maesius Lollianus, senatorial patron. From Puteoli. 334-342








PROVENANCE AND LOCATION
City: Puteoli Province: Campania Region: Italy south of Rome, with Sicily
Details: 1704, February, in the gardens of Pedro de Toledo, close to the actual church San Giuseppe
Current Location: Castello di Baia, Museo archeologico dei campi flegrei, inv. no. 320499
OBJECT
Object: Base, with statue Material: Marble Re-Use? Yes
Form: Rectangular Height(cm): 138 Width(cm): 84 Depth(cm): 84
Language: Latin Text Type: Prose
SUBJECT
Honorand: Quintus Flavius Maesius Egnatius Lollianus signo Mavortius Position: Patrons Gender: Male
Awarder: Collegium of the Decatrenses Position: City Regions
DATE
Earliest: 334 Latest : 342
MAIN REFERENCE
Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , X, 1696

Dessau, H., Inscriptiones latinae selectae, Berlin 3rd ed. 1962, 1224c

Zevi, F. [et al.]., Museo Archeologico dei Campi Flegrei: Castello di Baia. II. Catalogo generale. Pozzuoli., Naples 2008, pp. 152-153 (R. Marchesini)

Camodeca, G., 'Ricerche su Puteoli tardoromana (fine II-IV secolo)', Puteoli, IV (1981) 59-128, p. 101, n. 136

INSCRIPTION
Text: Mavortii. / Q(uinto) Flavio Maesio Egnatio Lolliano, c(larissimo) v(iro), / q(uaestori) k(andidato), praetor(i) urbano, auguri publico po/puli Romani Quiritium, cons(ulari) albei Ti/beris et cloacarum, cons(ulari) operum publi/cum (sic, for ‘publicorum’), cons(ulari) aquarum, cons(ulari) Camp(aniae), /(7) comiti Flaviali, comiti Orientis, comitis (sic, for ‘comiti’) primi / ordinis et proconsuli provinciae Africae, / colligeus (sic) Decatressium patrono dignis/simo posuerunt. Trans: (Statue of) Mavortius. To Quintus Flavius Maesius Egnatius Lollianus, of clarissimus rank, quaestor (quaestor Kandidatus), urban praetor, public augur of the people of Rome and Quirites, officer in charge (consularis) of the banks of the Tiber and of the sewers, officer in charge (consularis) of public buildings, officer in charge (consularis) of the aqueducts, governor (consularis) of Campania, count in the imperial court of the Flavians (comes Flavialis), count of the East (comes orientis), count of the first order and governor (proconsul) of the province of Africa; the association of the decatrenses (collegium decatressium) set [this] up, to the most worthy patron.
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