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Funerary Honors by Roman Businessmen for Pankrates (I BCE-I CE) Kibyra - Lycia


Kibyra (Lycia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), I BCE-I CE
IKibyra 51 = IGR IV 916 = PHI 341135  = ID# 9669


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Round altar of limestone found in the eastern necropolis (90 x 61 cm; letter height: 3 cm).

The People and the Romans engaged in business (pragmateuomenoi) here honored Pankrates son of Kallikleos, who lived a well-disciplined life, with a gold crown and a gold image.

Translation by: Harland



ὁ δ[ῆ]μος καὶ οἱ πρ|[α]γματευόμενο[ι ἐν]|ταῦθα Ῥω{ι}μαῖοι {Ῥωμαῖοι} ἐτείμη|σαν Πα̣νκράτην Καλλικλέ||ους χρυσῷ̣ στεφάνῳ̣ κα̣[ὶ] | εἰ̣κόνι χρυσῇ, ζ̣[ή]σ̣αντα̣ | vac. ε̣ὐτά̣κ̣τως. vac.

Item added: January 15, 2013
Item modified: May 17, 2013
ID number: 9669
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