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Grave of Attikos Prepared by Linen-workers (233/234 CE) Saittai - Lydia

Saittai (Lydia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), 233-234 CE
ILydiaM 107 = SEG 49 (1999), no. 1672 = AGRW ID# 12267


Slab of marble with pediment (decorated with a disk and flowers), acroteria and tenon, now in the Izmir museum (72 x 37 x 7.7 cm).

Year 318 (of the Sullan era), on the 8th day from the end of the month of Artemeisios.  The guild (synergasia) of linen-workers (linourgoi) honored Aurelius Attikos, who lived 50 years.

Translation by: Harland

Ἔτους τηιʹ, μη(νὸς) Ἀρτε|μεισίου ηʹ ἀ(πιούσῃ) {or ἀ(πιόντος)} · Αὐρ. Ἀττι|κὸν Διολάου ἐτεί|μησεν ἡ συνεργασί||α τῶν λινουργῶν v | ζήσαντα ἔτη νʹ.

Item added: May 16, 2013
Item modified: December 3, 2015
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