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Honors by a Theatrical Synod for Juliane (124 CE) Erythrai - Ionia

Erythrai (Ionia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), 124 CE
IErythrai 60 = J. Keil, "Forschungen in der Erythraia I," JÖAI 13 (1910) 5-80, at 52 (no. 17) = IGR IV 1542 = PHI 251662 = AGRW ID# 9498
Copenhagen Inventory info: 1766


Round base (97 x 57 cm; letter height: 3-3.5 cm).

The homeland and the sacred theatrical synod honored Antonia Tyrannis Juliane, who was director of contests for the Great Hadrianeian Epibaterian contests in a glorious and trustworthy manner.  They set up the statue from their own resources.

Translation by: Harland

ἡ πατρὶς καὶ ἡ ἱερὰ | θυμελικὴ σύνο|δος ἐτείμησαν | Ἀντωνίαν Τυρα̣ννί||δα Ἰου[λια]νὴν ἀγωνο|θετήσασαν τῶν Με|γάλων Ἁδριανείων | Ἐπιβατηρίων ἐνδόξως | καὶ πιστῶς, τὸν ἀν||δριάντα ἀναστήσασαν | ἐκ τῶν ἰδίων.

Item added: January 13, 2013
Item modified: November 6, 2020
ID number: 9498
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