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In his paper the author re-examines the lost funerary inscription of Constantius ‘dux’ following his earlier study and the subsequent study written by J.W.P. Wijnendaele and M. Hanaghan. In their study, the authors used the results of Kovács's earlier paper but several times they misinterpreted the author's conclusions. According to the author, their work was unnecessary and there is no need to re-evaluate the suggested date (420s) and identification given by him.

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