Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae 6271 (Ferentinum)
To Aulus Quinctilius Priscus, son of Aulus, of the Palatine tribe, member of the board of four with the power of aedile, member of the board for administering justice, member of the board of four elected every five years, recruited by a council decree, priest, and aide-de-camp...[praefectus fabrorum]
In light of his outstanding generosity shown to his fellow people, they have voted to place a statue of him in senatorial dress at public expense in the forum, wherever he himself desires.
He has accepted the honour, but rejected the offer to pay for it. He, in accord with a decree of the Council, bought off the state the farms Ceponia, Roia, and Mamia and the field at Exoscum for 70,000 sesterces and gave them back for the perpetual use of the state. From their rent of 4,200 sesterces each year, on 2 May each year on his birthday in perpetuity there should be given to townsfolk, inhabitants, and their legally married wives a pound of cake and a hemina of mead; and at a dinner for the decurions mead, cake, and a gratuity of 10 sesterces, the same to the children of the councillors; and to the six men entrusted with the cult of Augustus and those who would dine with them, cake, mead, and 8 sesterces; and at a larger dinner in my honour a sestertius for each man; and for the decoration of my statue and portrait busts, the state would in perpetuity spend 30 sesterces on the decision of the board of four, under the responsibility of the aediles. It is desirable that they should make a scattering of 30 modii of nuts to the children of the townsfolk without making distinction between free and slave, and a distribution of 6 draughts from jars of wine to the children of the councillors.

Trans: T. Parkin and A. Pomeroy, Roman Social History: A Sourcebook (Routledge, 2007).