Hierapolis (Phrygia, Asia Minor — Pleiades map), 205-210 CE
Tullia Ritti, Fonti letterarie ed epigrafiche (Hierapolis scavi e ricerche 1; Rome: Giorgio Bretschneider Editore, 1985) 60-74 = SEG 35 (1985), no. 1377 = AGRW ID# 10944
The relief depicts two standing women. The first wears a helmet and holds a staff in her left hand with the inscription “Bravery” (ἀνδρεία) above. The second woman holds a theatre mask in her left hand with the inscription “Synod” (σύνοδος) above.
The relief depicts a nude male athlete with another person and, likely, the inscription “Man” (ἀνή[ρ]) (?) above.
The relief depicts a nude male athlete with a palm branch and another standing man raising his right hand above the athlete’s head; both are beside a sacrificial scene with a cylindrical altar and burning fire with the inscription “Common sacrifice” (συνθυσί[α]) above.Translation by: Harland
Item added: February 20, 2013
Item modified: December 4, 2015
ID number: 10944
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