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Honors by Silversmiths for Acilius Julius (200-210 CE) Ephesos - Ionia

Ephesos (Ionia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map)
IEph 636 = PIR2 A 89 = PHI 248995  = ID# 6594

 200-210 CE


Statue base fragment found in the Varius / Scholaticia Baths (located behind the temple of Hadrian on Kuretes Street). For more information on this man's family, see PIR² A 89 and PIR² C 838.

To good fortune.  The sacred sanhedrin (synedrion) of silversmiths (argyrokopoi) honoured their own benefactor (prostates), Claudius Acilius Julius, the greatest son of the illustrious Tiberius Claudius Kleoboulos and Acilia Phristane.

Written/translated by: Harland

ἀγαθῆι τύχηι· | Κλ(αύδιον) Ἀκείλιον Ἰούλιον | τὸν κράτιστον | ὑὸν Τιβερίου Κλ(αυδίου) || Κλεοβούλου | καὶ Ἀκειλίας | Φριστάνης | τῶν λαμπροτάτων | τὸ ἱερὸν συνέδριον || τῶν ἀργυροκόπων | τὸν ἑαυτῶν προστάτην

Item added: November 27, 2012
Item modified: December 8, 2015
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