Ainos (Thrace, Danube and Black Sea areas — Pleiades map)
= IGR I 826
= E. Miller, “Inscription grecque trouve à Énos,” Revue Archéologique 26 (1844) 84-94
= PHI 166421
= ID# 13934
Found east of the town in the garden of Lovalaki. Although no association is mentioned here, this deceased shipper may well have belonged to a group of therapeutists such as those attested elsewhere.
Aurelius, shipper (nauklēros), servant (therapeutēs) of Asklepios, the god who loves humans. These are the things being said to you: Whenever you die, you did not die, but your soul . . . (missing words). . . to come back (or: retire), a vessel . . . (illegible and missing words) . . . you received on the journey . . . (missing line or lines).
Written/translated by: Harland
Αὐρήλιος, ναύκληρος, θ<ε>ραπευτὴς τοῦ φιλαν|θ̣ρώπου θεοῦ Ἀσκληπιοῦ. τά σοι λεγόμενα ταῦτ[α]· | [ὅτ]αν ἀποθάνῃς, οὐκ ἀπέθανες, ἡ δὲ ψυχή σου [— —] | [— ἀν]αχωρῆσαι, ἀνγεῖον ΒΩΜΩΤΟΝΙΝΑΣΟ[— — —] || [— — —]ωσιν ἀπέλαβες τῆς ἀποδημί[ας — — —] | [— — —]ΙΙ[—]ΝΓΟΥΠΟΥΕΠ[— — —]
IThraceD 103: Facsimile by Dumolle.
Item added: June 30, 2013
Item modified: January 22, 2016
ID number: 13934
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