New readings and interpretations are proposed of two Perusine inscriptions: CIL XI 1934, and AE 1991, 666. The former demonstrates that, even after the Augustan 'restitutio' of the city, Perusia's supreme magistrates were still 'quattuorviri'. The latter is a dedication to Augustus (L. Sensi), rather than a restauration by Claudius (W. Eck). The new foundation of the city as a duoviral 'municipium' that was named Augusta Perusia, possibly dates back to Tiberius.
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