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Dedication of Two Altars to Dionysos Kathegemon and the Company (undated) Pergamon - Mysia and the Troad


Pergamon (Mysia and the Troad, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), undated
IPergamon 319-320 = PHI 301973  = ID# 8857


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Altar of trachyte (IPergamon 319; 113 x 69 cm) and fragment of white marble (IPergamon 320) found south of the market-place (agora). The Midapedeitians are people from a place called Midapedeion, either a neighborhood in the vicinity of Pergamon (Ohlemutz 1968, 110) or a locale in Phrygia (Fränkel in the notes to IPergamon 319-20).

IPergamon 319
To good fortune.  Dionysios son of Dionysios dedicated this to Dionysos Kathegemon (“the Leader”) and to the company (speirē) of Midapedeitians.

IPergamon 320
To good fortune.  Name of dedicator. . . . dedicated this to Dionysos Kathegemon and to the company of Midapedeitians.

Translation by: Harland



IPergamon 319

ἀγαθ̣[ῆι τύ]χηι. | Διο[νύσω]ι̣ Καθηγε|μόνι καὶ τῆι Μιδα|πεδειτῶν σπείρη[ι] || Δ[ι]ον̣ύσιος Διονυσίου | [ἔ]στησεν.

IPergamon 320

[ἀγ]αθῆι τύχη[ι]. | [Διον]ύσωι Καθηγεμ̣[όνι] | [καὶ] τῆι Μιδαπεδειτῶ̣[ν] | σπείρ̣ῃ̣ || [— — —]

IPergamon 319: Facsimile by Fränkel.
Public domain.

IPergamon 320: Facsimile by Fränkel.
Public domain.

 

 

 

Item added: December 30, 2012
Item modified: December 3, 2015
ID number: 8857
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