Thessalonike (Macedonia, Greece and Macedonia — Pleiades map), ca. 155 CE
IG X,2.1 289
= PHI 137471
= ID# 15527
Fragments of marble, now in Thessalonike Museum (inv. no. 2186; maximum original size was likely 30 x 35 x 8 cm). This heavily reconstructed text by Edson was presumably based on a comparison with IG X/2.1 288.
The associates (synētheis) of Herakles set this up for Name the fellow-associate (?) . . . as a memorial when Kotys son of Eirene was leader of the gathering (archisynagōgos) (?) and when Aulus . . . and (?) Lykarion were the secretaries (?).
Translation by: Ascough
[οἱ συνήθεις τοῦ Ἡρακλέους] | [τὸν δεῖνα τοῦ δεῖνος] | [τὸν συνήθ]ε̣α ∙ μνήμ̣η̣ς̣ [χάριν] | [ἀρχισυνα]γωγοῦντος || [vac. Κωτ]υος ∙ Εἰρήνης, | [γραμματ]ε̣υόντων ∙ Αὔλου | [․ ․ . . ca.8 ․ ․ ․ .] Λ̣υ̣κ̣αρίωνος | [— — —]Τ̣․․․ | [— — —]
Item added: April 5, 2014
Item modified: April 1, 2016
ID number: 15527
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