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[31e] Grave of Eutychos Prepared by Dionysiasts (ca. 100 BCE) Tanagra - Boeotia


Tanagra (Boeotia, Greece and Macedonia — Pleiades map)
AGRW 31e = GRA I 58 = Roesch 1982, 133-136 (no. 15) = Marchand 2015, 254-255 (no. 2) = SEG 32 (1982), no. 488 = PHI 327254  = ID# 3982

 ca. 100 BCE

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Slab of beige marble with a pediment and acroteria (94 x 35-39 x 7-10 cm; letter height: 2.7-3.0 cm). Two rosettes are placed under the first two lines of the inscription. Now in the Skhimatari Museum (inv. 1052)

Over the body of Eutychos. The Dionysos-devotees (Dionysiastai) and the vine-dressers (ampelourgoi) buried him.

Written/translated by: Kloppenborg



ἐπὶ | Εὐτύχωι· | τοῦτον ἔθαψαν | οἱ Διονυσιασταὶ || καὶ οἱ ἀμπελουργοί.

Marchand 2015, no. 2. Photo courtesy of Archives P. Roesch – HiSoMA (UMR5189) – MOM, Lyon.

Marchand 2015, no. 2.
Photo courtesy of Archives P. Roesch – HiSoMA (UMR5189) – MOM, Lyon.

Item added: October 15, 2012
Item modified: March 4, 2016
ID number: 3982
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