Pergamon (Mysia and the Troad, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), 54-68 CE
= PHI 302055
= ID# 8889
Piece of a slab of marble found on the acropolis in 1881 (inv. II 71). The "settlers on the acropolis" may or may not be an ongoing neighborhood association (see also IPergamon 424 from the mid-second century).
The People honored Nero Claudius son of emperor Claudius. The settlers (katoikountes) on the acropolis honored him (by taking responsibility for setting up the monument [?]).
Translation by: Harland
[ὁ δῆμος] Νέρ̣[ωνα Κλαύδιον] | [Κλαυ]δίου Αὐτ[οκράτορος, υἱω]|[νὸν] Γερμανικ[οῦ Καίσαρος, οἱ] | [τὴν ἀκ]ρ̣όπολιν κ̣[ατοικοῦντες].
Item added: December 31, 2012
Item modified: December 3, 2015
ID number: 8889
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