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an equestrian statue of Constantius in the northern part of the later Comitium, close to the arch of Septimius Severus. The marble pedestal, bearing a dedicatory inscription (CIL vi. 1158; cf. add.) was set up by Neratius Cerialis, praefectus urbi in 352-353 A.D. It has been replaced on its brick base (CR 1899, 233 ; Mitt. 1902, 22).

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