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Dedication of an Altar to Zeus Dionysos by the Keiouerenian (?) Initiates (undated) Dorylaion area [Ilica] - Phrygia


Dorylaion area [Ilica] (Phrygia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), undated
C.H. Emilie Haspels, The Highlands of Phrygia: Sites and Monuments (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1971) 352 (no. 139) = PHI 271599  = ID# 6566


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Altar of blue marble (fragmentary). The front has a relief depicting a male figure with horned head (likely Pan) with a stick in each hand. The inscription appears above the relief. Ilica was located near Kotiaeion (about half way between Dorylaion and Aizanoi).

The Keiouerenian (?) initiates (mystai) dedicated this to Zeus Dionysos as a vow.

Translation by: Harland



Κ̣ΗΙΟΥΕΡΗΝΟΙ μύσ|ται Δὶ Διονύσῳ εὐχή|ν.

Item added: November 25, 2012
Item modified: December 4, 2015
ID number: 6566
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