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Honors by Forging Coppersmiths for Galates (undated) Thyatira - Lydia

Thyatira (Lydia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map)
TAM V 936 = Michel Armand Clerc, "Inscriptions de Thyatire et des environs," BCH 10 (1886) 398-423, at 407 (no. 10) = IGR IV 1259 = Waltzing, no. 163 = PHI 264366  = ID# 12984



Stone found in a trench dug in front of the hospital (90 x 69 cm).

The forging coppersmiths (chalkeis chalkotypoi) set this up from their own resources for Marcus Antonius Galates son of Marcus of the Sergia tribe.


Written/translated by: Harland

[Μᾶ]ρκον Ἀντώνιον Μά[ρκ]|[ου] υἱὸν Σεργία Γαλάτη[ν] | [χα]λκεῖς χαλκοτύποι ἐκ τῶν | [ἰδ]ίων ἀνέθηκαν.

TAM V 936: Facsimile by Clerc.
Public domain.


Item added: June 10, 2013
Item modified: December 4, 2015
ID number: 12984
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