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Grave of Euktos Prepared by Companions (I-II CE) Hierapolis area [Dionysoupolis] - Phrygia


Hierapolis area [Dionysoupolis] (Phrygia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), I-II CE
MAMA IV 299 = PHI 269737 = AGRW ID# 12106


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Marble pediment supported by capitals of pilasters with a wreath in the tympanum (25 x 38 x 15; letter height: 1.5-2.5 cm). Found in Chal in the corner of a house wall. Dionysoupolis was located about 40 km northeast of Hierapolis, close to Blaundos. The companions here may be members of an association.

The companions (hetairoi) set this this up for Euktos son of Apollonios as a memorial.

Translation by: Harland



Εὔκτω Ἀπολλωνίου οἱ ἑταῖρ[οι] | μνήμης χάριν.

MAMA IV 299: Photo from MAMA, plate 61.
Public domain.

 

Item added: May 13, 2013
Item modified: December 4, 2015
ID number: 12106
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