Rhodos on Rhodes (Southeastern islands, Aegean Islands — Pleiades map), undated
SEG 41 (1991), no. 655
= PHI 192980
= ID# 14877
Base found reused as building material in a monumental gate (tetrapylon) of the second or third century CE. This group devoted to Poseidon and founded by a man named Polemos most likely consisted of immigrants from Herakleia (perhaps Herakleia by mount Latmos in Caria). Several other inscriptions from Rhodes likewise refer to Herakleians.
. . . Name . . . who has been honored with an olive crown by the association of Herakleian Polemoneian devotees of Poseidon (Poseidoniasts) who are with Agathameros.
Translation by: Harland
[— — —] | τειμαθέντος θαλ<λ>ῷ στεφάνῳ | ὑπὸ Ἡρακλειωτᾶν | Ποσειδανειαστᾶν | Πολεμωνείων τῶν σὺν Ἀγ[α]θαμέρ[ῳ] || κοινοῦ.
Item added: March 11, 2015
Item modified: March 16, 2015
ID number: 14877
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