Perinthos-Herakleia (Thrace, Danube and Black Sea areas — Pleiades map), I-II CE
AGRW 63 =
GRA I 86 =
= IGRR I 782
= PHI 167259
= ID# 2588
Altar of marble. After the altar was first set up and inscribed (A: I CE), it was reused and inscribed on the backside (B: II CE) with reference to another association.
(A) Name . . the administrator (dioikētēs) and Marcus Pompeius Comicus, son of Comicus, restored the altar to the synagogue (synagōgē) of barbers – namely those gathered around the head of the synagogue (archisynagōgos) Gaius Julius Valens – and provided the location.
(B) For Zeus Lopheites, the priest Eudion son of Phillys set this up as a gift for the new (neoi) goldsmiths.
Translation by: Ascough
[— — —] | [ὁ] διοικητὴς ∙ κα[ὶ] | [Μᾶ]ρκος ∙ Πομπήϊ[ος] | [Κ]ωμικὸς Κω[μικοῦ] | [υἱ]ὸς τὸν βω||[μ]ὸν τῇ συναγω|[γ]ῇ τῶν κουρέω|[ν π]ερὶ ἀρχισυνάγ|[ωγ]ον ∙ Γ(άιον) ∙ Ἰούλιον | [Ο]ὐάλεντα δῶ||[ρ]ον ἀποκατέστη|[σα]ν κα[ὶ] τὸν τόπο[ν] | [παρεσκεύ]ασα[ν].
Item added: August 12, 2012
Item modified: January 19, 2016
ID number: 2588
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