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Assignment of Spaces Near the Vedius Gymnasium to Guilds by Neikephoros (200-210 CE) Ephesos - Ionia


Ephesos (Ionia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), 200-210 CE
IEph 444-445 = SEG 35 (1985), no. 1109-1110 = SEG 35 (1985), no. 1109 = PHI 248104  = AGRW ID# 6579


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Column found east of the Vedius gymnasium with two inscriptions (IEph 444 and 445). See also the assignment of shops near the theater in IEph 2076-2082 (on this site).

IEph 444

To good fortune.  Marcus Fulvius Publicianus Neikephoros, friend of the emperor, Asiarch, and civic president (prytanis) granted two spaces between columns (i.e. shops) to the guild (synergasia) of wine-skin dealers (askomistheis).

IEph 445

For good fortune.  Marcus Fulvius Publicianus Neikephoros, friend of the emperor, Asiarch and civic president (prytanis), granted two spaces between columns to the hemp-workers (kannabarioi) who work in the stoa of Servilius.

Translation by: Harland



IEph 444

ἀγαθῆι τύχηι· | Μᾶρκ(ος) Φούλβιος | Πουπλικιανὸς | Νεικηφόρος || φιλοσέβαστος | καὶ ἀσιάρχης | καὶ πρύτανις | ἐχαρίσατο συν|εργασίᾳ{ς} ἀσκο||μίσθων διάστυλα | βʹ. IEph 445

ἀγαθῆι τύχηι· | Μᾶρκος Φούλ|βιος Πουπλι|κιανὸς Νεικη||φόρος φιλοσέ|βαστος ἀσιάρχης | καὶ πρύτανις ἐχαρί|σατο κανναβαρίοις | τοῖς ἐν τῇ Σερβει||{λ}είου στοᾷ διάστυ|λα δύο.

Item added: November 26, 2012
Item modified: December 7, 2015
ID number: 6579
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