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


Kibyra (Lycia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), I BCE-I CE
IKibyra 53 = IGR IV 918 = PHI 341137  = ID# 9676


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Round altar of limestone found south of the great theater (105 x 55 cm).

The People and the Romans engaged in business (pragmateuomenoi) here honored Troilos son of Orestes, a good man, with a gold crown, with good memories.

Translation by: Harland



ὁ [δ]ῆμος καὶ οἱ | πραγματευό|μενοι ἐνταῦ|θα Ῥω̣μαῖοι ἐ||τε̣ίμησαν Τρ̣ο|ΐλον Ὀρ{τ}έ̣σ̣του, | ἄ[ν]δ̣ρ̣α̣ ἀγαθ̣ό̣[ν], | χ̣ρυσῷ στεφά|νῳ, μνήμῃ τῇ || ἀγαθῇ.

Item added: January 15, 2013
Item modified: January 15, 2013
ID number: 9676
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