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Dedication of a Statue of Herakles for a Guild (undated) Mylasa - Caria


Mylasa (Caria, Asia Minor — Pleiades map)
IMylasa 334 = IGLAM 741 and 1571 = PHI 261155  = ID# 10972

 undated

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Description not available. From Mylasa, not Hierapolis as previously thought.

When Sextus was crown-bearer for the second time, Papias II, grandson of Straton, who is also called Diogenes, president of the athletic area for the second time, has dedicated the statue of Herakles as a thanksgiving for the guild (synergasia).

Written/translated by: Harland



ἐπὶ στεφανηφόρου | Σέξτου τὸ γʹ· Παπίας βʹ | τοῦ Στράτωνος ὁ καλ|ούμενος Διογένης, ἀρ||χώνης ξυστοῦ τὸ βʹ, τὸν | Ἡρακλέα χαριστήριον ἀν|έθηκεν τῇ συνεργασίᾳ.

Item added: February 20, 2013
Item modified: December 10, 2015
ID number: 10972
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