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Dedication (frag.) to Asklepios and Hygieia by Society-members (249/248 BCE) Eleusis - Attica


Eleusis (Attica, Greece and Macedonia — Pleiades map)
IEleusis 682 = PHI 347144  = ID# 22100

 249/248 BCE

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Slab of blue-gray marble with a triangular top (pediment); broken at the bottom. Found in the sanctuary of Asklepios.

When Hieron was civic leader (archōn), the society-members (thiasitai) dedicated this to Asklepios and to Hygieia.

(column 1) Menes,. . . (remaining list of three other names missing).

(column 2) Thallos, Nikomachos, (remaining list of two other names missing).

Written/translated by: Harland



ἐπὶ Ἱέρωνος ἄρχοντος οἱ θιασῶ[τ]αι Ἀσ|κ̣ληπιῶι καὶ Ὑγιείαι |
{column 1, line 3} [Μ]ένης | [․]Ι[— —] || [— — —] | [— — —]
{column 2, line 3} Θάλλος | Νικόμαχος || [․․]η[․․․․]ς | [— — —]

Item added: January 23, 2016
Item modified: January 23, 2016
ID number: 22100
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