Associations in the Greco-Roman World (AGRW)

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Architrave (frag.) Mentioning Devotees of the Goddess Aphrodite (?) (late-II-III CE) Kibyra - Lycia


Kibyra (Lycia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), late-II CE or after
IKibyra 438 = PHI 341516  = ID# 9720


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Section from an architrave of limestone with a fragmentary inscription (29 x 80 x ca. 30 cm). The otherwise unattested term "the Aphrodisiads" (οἱ Ἀφροδισίαδοι) may or may not be an association devoted to Aphrodite.

Too fragmentary to translate.

Translation by: Harland



εἰσόρα ΑΙϹΠΡΟΜΟΝΑΝ․Ι̣[— — —] | εὐκτήμων λάχεν οὗτος ΕΠΕ[— — —] | οἱ Ἀφροδισίαδοι μῆ̣λ̣α̣ ΑΥΑ[— — —] | ΑΙ․[․․]ΙΩΝ Ι̣ Ι̣ Ι̣․ΚΛΙΛΙΙ[․]ΝΙ[— — —]

Item added: January 20, 2013
Item modified: January 20, 2013
ID number: 9720
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