Lindos on Rhodes (Southeastern islands, Aegean Islands — Pleiades map), 150 BCE
= PHI 190930
= AGRW ID# 14853
Copenhagen Inventory info: 2068
This neighborhood or district association is likely named after the god Helios.
Architimos son of Hagesipolis, who served as priest of Athena Lindia, Zeus Polieus (“of the City”), and Artemis Kekoia and as chief-sacrificer has been crowned with a gold crown by the neighborhood (diagonia) of the Heliotadians of Astykronteians, Stasioneians, and Autostheneians. This is dedicated to the gods.
Translation by: Harland
Ἀρχίτιμος Ἁγ[η]σ[ιπ]όλιος | ἰερατεύσας Ἀθάνας Λινδίας | καὶ Διὸς Πολιέως | καὶ Ἀρτέμιτος Κεκοίας | καὶ ἀρχιιεροθυτήσας || καὶ στεφανωθεὶς χρυσέωι στεφάν[ωι] | ὑπὸ τᾶν διαγονιᾶν τᾶ[ν Ἁλι]ωταδᾶν | Ἀστυκρωντείων καὶ Στ̣ασ[ιω]νείων | καὶ Αὐτοσθενείων. | θεοῖς.
Item added: March 13, 2015
Item modified: February 12, 2021
ID number: 14853
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Category: 4) Greek Islands
, b) Neighbourhood group
, b) Southeastern islands (off Caria and Cilicia)
, c) 2nd century BCE
, c) Deities or heroes
, Cultic functionary (priest or priestess)
, d) Group with a deity in its name (e.g. Demetriasts)