Adramytteion (Mysia and the Troad, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), 25-1 BCE
= IMT 718
= PHI 288198
= ID# 1405
Round base of marble (118 x 60 cm). The suggested date is based on the identification of this Xenokles with the one mentioned by Cicero, Brut. 316. Another fragmentary honorary inscription (IAdramytteion 21) may also involve the Roman businessmen. Adramytteion was a colony of Athens, and there are references to Attic demes (subdivisions) there.
The People and the Romans engaged in business (pragmateuomenoi) honored Alkippides son of Xenokles the Phalerean (i.e. of the Phaleron deme or subdivision of Attica), friend of the homeland, hero, and benefactor, when Demetrios son of Stilbonos was supervising.
Translation by: Harland
ὁ δῆμος καὶ ὁ πραγματεύ|όμενοι Ῥωμαῖοι | ἐτείμησαν | Ἀλκιππίδην Ξενοκλέους || Φαληρέα φιλόπατριν, | ἥρωα, εὐεργέτην· | ἐπιμεληθέντος Δημητρίου | Στίλβωνος.
Item added: December 18, 2011
Item modified: December 3, 2015
ID number: 1405
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