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Grave Prepared by Herakleians (151 CE) Saittai area [Thermai Theseos] - Lydia

Saittai area [Thermai Theseos] (Lydia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), 151/152 CE
SEG 35 (1985), no. 1264 = ILydiaHoz 22.11 = SEG 35 (1985), no. 1264 = PHI 277371 = AGRW ID# 2102


Slab of stone with pediment, acroteria, and a wreath.

Year 236 (of the Sullan era), on the eighth of the month of Apaileos.  The Herakleians (Herakleōtai; i.e. from Herakleia or, possibly, Herakles-devotees) honored their fellow-member (synbiōtēs), . . . Name son of Name.

Translation by: Harland

ἔτους σλϛʹ, μη(νὸς) Ἀπαιλ|λέου ηʹ, ἐτείμησαν | [οἱ Ἡρ]α̣κ̣λ̣εῶται τὸν γε|[νόμενον αὑ]τ̣ῷν συνβι||[ωτὴν {name, patronymic}].

Item added: June 20, 2012
Item modified: December 3, 2015
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