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Grave of Euboula from Athens Prepared by Sabaziasts (after 290 BCE) Teos - Ionia


Teos (Ionia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), after 290 BCE
Alfred Laumonier and Robert Demangel, "Inscriptions d’Ionie," BCH 46 (1922) 307-355, at 341 (no. 30) = CCIS II 28 = Boulay 2013, 255 (no. 2) = SEG 2, no. 608 = PHI 256645 = AGRW ID# 12817


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Slab of white marble broken all around, found built into a fountain southeast of the village of Sivri-Hissar (80 x 31 cm; letter height: 3 cm).

Farewell, Euboula of Athens, daughter of Menophilos!  The Sabazios-devotees (Sabaziastai) set this up.

Translation by: Harland



[Ε]ὐβούλα Μηνοφίλου | Ἀθηναία χαῖρε· | οἱ Σαβαζιασταί.

Item added: May 30, 2013
Item modified: December 8, 2015
ID number: 12817
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