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LSA-2327 Base for bronze statue of Ceionius Italicus, governor of Numidia. Cirta (Numidia). 340-350, possibly 343

City: Cirta Province: Numidia Region: North Africa, Western (from Byzacena westwards)
Details: Found during excavations in the rue Cahoreau in 1859, originally in the forum (inscription)
Current Location: Constantine, Museum (without published inv. no.)
Object: Base, for bronze statue Material: Unknown Re-Use? Yes
Clothing: Hairstyle: Height(cm): 100
Attributes: Beard:
Honorand: Ceionius Italicus, governor of Numidia and patron of the city of Milev Position: Provincial Governors Gender: Male
Awarder: Ordered by emperors Constantius II and Constans, at the request of the province and of the council of the city of Milev Position: Emperors
Earliest: 340 Latest: 350
Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , VIII, 7013

Pflaum H.-G., Inscriptions latines de l'Algérie. 2, Inscriptions de la confédération cirtéenne, de Cuicul et de la tribu des Suburbures. [1, Rusicade et région de Rusicade, Cirta, Castellum celtianum, Caldis, Castellum tidditanorum], Paris, 1957, 590

Lepelley, C., Les cités de l'Afrique romaine au Bas-Empire, t. 2, Notices d'histoire municipale, Paris 1981, 439 n. 6