Richardson, L. jr
Statua Octaviani: an equestrian statue on the rostra voted to Octavian by the senate in 43 B.C. and still to be seen there in Velleius's day (Vell. Pat. 2.61.3). This may be the same statue that Tacitus speaks of elliptically (Tacitus Ann. 4.67) as celeberrimo fori.
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