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Grave Prepared by Associates for Gemellus (II-III CE) Beroia - Macedonia

Beroia (Macedonia, Greece and Macedonia — Pleiades map), II-III CE
IBeroia 371 = NewDocs IV 19 = Rajak and Noy 1993, 93 (no. 5) = SEG 27 (1977), no. 267 = PHI 149850 = AGRW ID# 15411
Copenhagen Inventory info: 478


Slab (109 x 44 cm). A relief represents a man with a garment (himation) standing and a veiled woman seated. A second relief represents a man and a woman standing. The first two lines are above the first relief, line 3 is between the reliefs, and lines 4-6 are below the second relief. Now in the Beroea Museum (inv. no. 497).

Ammia his wife and Quartion his son (relief) set this up for Gemellus as a memorial.  (relief) Also (involved were) the associates (synētheis) with Poseidonis, the leader of the gathering (archisynagōgos).

Translation by: Ascough

Ἀμμία ἡ γυνὴ καὶ Κουαρτίων | ὁ ὑὸς vac.


Γεμέλλῳ μνήμης χάριν


καὶ οἱ συνήθεις οἱ περὶ || Ποσιδώνιν τὸν ἀρ|χισυνάγωγον.

Item added: April 3, 2014
Item modified: September 4, 2020
ID number: 15411
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