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Honors by Romans for Maximus (I BCE-I CE) Kibyra - Lycia


Kibyra (Lycia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), I BCE - I CE
IKibyra 55 = PHI 341139  = ID# 9682


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Round altar of marble or limestone found in the garden of a house in Chorzum, now in the Hükümet Konaği (96 x 49-56 cm). Unlike many other honorary monuments from Kibyra, in this case there is no mention of these Romans being businessmen.

The People and the Romans honored Gaius Valius Maximus, son of Titus, who is with the Sergia tribe.

Translation by: Harland



ὁ δῆμος καὶ οἱ Ῥωμαῖοι | ἐτείμησαν Γαΐον Οὐάλι|ον Τίτου υἱόν, φυλῇ Σεργίᾳ, | vac. Μάξιμον. vac.

IKibyra 55. © 2002 Thomas Corsten. Reproduced with permission.

IKibyra 55.

© 2002 Thomas Corsten. Reproduced with permission.

Item added: January 18, 2013
Item modified: March 5, 2016
ID number: 9682
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