Associations in the Greco-Roman World (AGRW)

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Grave (frag.) of Successus Prepared by a Society (II CE) Apollonia - Illyria

Apollonia (Illyria, Greece and Macedonia — Pleiades map), II CE
IApollonia 404 = PHI 315600 = AGRW ID# 22066


Upper part of a limestone slab with a miniature temple (naiskos) in relief.

The association (koinon) of Monophiliakians (monophiliakoi; i.e. founded or led by Monophilos; or: unique-friends) set this up for Succesus Name . . . using the common funerary fund (syntaphikon) of the society (thiasos).  Farewell!

Translation by: Harland

τὸ κοι[νὸ]ν τῶν | Μονοφιλια[κῶν] συν|ταφικοῦ θιά[σου] | [Σ]ουκκεσὸς Εὐ[— — —]. || χαῖρε.

Item added: January 22, 2016
Item modified: January 22, 2016
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