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Honors by Romans and a Society (I-II CE) Smyrna - Ionia


Smyrna (Ionia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map)
ISmyrna 534 = IGR IV 1484 = PHI 255165  = ID# 9984

 I-II CE

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Slab of marble found at the base of mount Pagos (46 x 34 x 16 cm). It seems that an honorary monument is here reused as a grave of a woman named Neike; the grave inscription is largely illegible.

(column 1)

The People (remaining words incomplete).

(column 2)

The elders’ organization (gerousia).

The colonists.

The Romans.

The members of the society (thiasōtai) of Apollonios.

(centred)

(A later grave inscription of Neike, largely illegible).

Written/translated by: Harland



(column 1)
ὁ δῆμος | [—]λοιν | vac. | vac. || [—]ΝΙΗΣΙΜΕ | [—]ΟΜΑΔΕΥ | vacat | [—]ΛΙΟΣ | [—]ΑΡΕ ||

(column 2, beginning at line 1)
ἡ γερουσία | οἱ κά̣τ̣<οι>κοι | οἱ Ῥωμαῖοι | οἱ θιασῶται || Ἀπολλωνίου | ΔΙΝΟΣ | ΝΙΛΟΥ |

(centred continuing at line 8)

Νείκη χρηστὴ | χαῖρε. || [—]ΟΙ μάτηρ Νείκη | [—]ΟΝΗΝΑΤΑΘΟΥ | [—]ΙΑΨΕΝΕΠΗΣΤΗ | [— δ]άκ<ρ>υα καὶ κοπε[τούς] | [—]ΑΣΑΙΟΡ[—]

Item added: January 26, 2013
Item modified: December 8, 2015
ID number: 9984
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