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Tanais (Bosporan region, Danube and Black Sea areas — Pleiades map), 155 CE
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To good fortune. This was dedicated as a vow to Theos Hypsistos (“God Most High”), who hears, during the reign of king . . . Tiberius (?) . . . Julius Eupator, friend of Caesar and friend of the Romans, pious one, in the 452nd year . . . on the xth of the month of . . . by the synod (?) . . . which is gathered around Phannes son of Stratoneikos the priest, . . . Name the synagogue-leader (synagōgos), . . . Name the goodness-loving official (philagathon) (?) . . . and Juliades son of Herakleides (?) the assistant to the goodness-loving official (paraphilagathos) (?) . . . . The rest of the society-members (thiasitai) are: Dadas II, . . . Name son of Amarthastos, Demetrios II, . . . Name son of Chariton, Atarbas son of Zabargos (?), Amarthastos II, Dadas son of Theangelos, Ardaros son of Myron, Athenodoros son of Menophilos, Eros son of Parthenokleus, Achaimenes son of Theangelos (?), Ompsalakos son of Phidas, Synekdemos (?) son of Name . . . , Myreinos II, (column I) Herakleides (?) son of Name . . ., Name son of Chariton (?). . . Name son of Philotos. . . , Name son of Pappos, Menestratos (?) II, and Zenon (?) son of Phaneus.
(column II) Phannes son of Stratoneikos, the priest who vows, set up the monument (telamōn; or: base) from his own resources.Translation by: Harland
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[Ἡρακ]λεί̣δη̣[ς — —] | [— —]λ̣[․․ Χα]ρίτω|[νος, ὁ δεῖνα — —]κ̣ου, || [— — —]ο̣ς Φιλ[ώ]του, | [— — —]ο̣ς Πάπ̣<π>ου, | [Μενέ?]σ̣τρατος βʹ, | [Ζήνω?]ν Φάννεως.
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Φάννης Στ[ρα]|τονείκου ἱε̣|[ρ]ε̣ὺς εὐξ[ά]||μενος ἀπε|κατέστησε τ̣[ὸν] | τελαμῶνα̣ | ἐκ τῶν ἰδίω[ν].
Item added: December 12, 2012
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