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SEG 49-1883. Magydos. Honorary inscription for Hadrian’s wife Augusta Sabina, reign of Hadrian.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Marble statue base. Edd.pr. M.Adak - O.Atvur, EA 31 (1999) 62-64 no. 2 (ph.): Σ̣[εβ]α̣σ̣τ̣ὴ̣ν̣ | Σ[αβ]εῖναν | Ἰ[ο]υλία | Σ[ά]νκτα Apparatus criticus 3-4. Iulia Sancta is on record in two inscriptio…

SEG 49-1796. Prusa ad Olympum. Epitaph of Epitherses, 2nd cent. A.D.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Chaniotis, A., Pleket, H.W., Stroud, R.S. and Strubbe, J.H.M.

SEG 49-873. Augusta Traiana. Christian epitaph of Ziasalbe, December 2nd, 535 A.D.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Fresco in a grave. Edd.pr. C.Bujkliev - K.Kalchev in Studia in memoriam G.Mihailov 336/337 (ph.). Inscription Ἐνθάδε κατάκιται ἰνδ(ικτιῶνος) τεσάρις κ(αὶ) Ζιασαλβη ἡ μακα- δεκ…

SEG 49-1057. Delos. Sanctuary: The cult statue of Apollo.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry The evidence of the accounts of the hieropoioi and the inventories is exploited by F.Prost, REG 112 (1999) 37-60, in an attempt to determine the height, material and date of the cult statue…

SEG 49-1564. Daldis. Epitaph of Aristomachos, 211/212 or 265/266 A.D.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Cylindrical marble altar moulded above. Ed.pr. Malay, Researches 79/80 no. 74 (ph.). Inscription Ἔτους σqς’, μη(νὸς) Δύσστρου η’ ἀ(πιόντος) or ἀ(πιούσῃ) · Ἀρισστομένη͜ς 4 [Ἀρι]σστομάχῳ [τῷ γ]λυκυτάτῳ…

SEG 49-319. Athens. Miniature lead sarcophagus inscribed with a curse, ca. 400 B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry SEG 21 1093. SEG 38 31; 41 1843. In MDAI(A) 114 (1999) 87-91 (ph.), F.Costabile examines this tablet in the Kerameikos Museum, inv. no. IB 12, and now reads LL. 4/5 as Τεισωνίδης | Χαμαῖος Χαρίσανδρος. He inco…

SEG 49-1176. Thasos (area of Limenaria). Thasian amphora stamps, ca. 300-275 B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry S.Papadopoulos, AD 50 B2 (1995) [2000] 621, reports the discovery of three stamped amphora handles with the names Πολυνείκης, Πρηξίπολις and Πυθίων. Bibliography S. Papadopoulos, Ἀρχαιολογικὸν Δελτίο…

SEG 49-1650. Saittai.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry For inscriptions likely to come from Saittai see SEG 49 1667, 1670 and 1672/1673. Entry metadata SEG entry SEG 49 1650 Publication year 1999 Type epigraphical Inscription iSEG 49 1650 Theme n/a Inscription …

SEG 49-282. Rhamnous. Gravestone.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Fragment from the top of a columnar marker, found in the earth from Stais’ old excavations in the sanctuary of Nemesis by the Greek Archaeological Society; inv. no. 1342. Ed.pr. B.C.Petrakos, Δῆμος τοῦ Ραμ…

SEG 49-1136. Chios. Alexander the Great and Chios, 334-330 B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry T.C.Sarikakis in Ancient Macedonia VI 1003-1010, summarizes the information provided by the two letters of Alexander to Chios ( Syll.³ 283 = SEG 30 1071; 40 720*; SEG 22 506; 35 925*). Bibliography W. Ditten…

SEG 49-1030. Bosporos. Jewish manumission inscriptions.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry E.Leigh Gibson, The Jewish manumission inscriptions of the Bosporus kingdom (Tübingen 1999), argues that Greek traditions of manumission provide an essential context for an examinatio…

SEG 49-26. Athens. The language of public praise in classical Athens.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry In ‘Cardinal Virtues: The Language of Public Approbation in Democratic Athens,’ C&M 44 (1993) 37–75, D.Whitehead draws heavily on public honorary decrees in examining the terminology of…

SEG 49-21. Athens. Private wealth in the Athenian public sphere.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Under this title, M.Hakkarainen, in Early Hellenistic Athens 1–32, presents an outline of the dependence of Athens in the 4th cent. B.C. and early Hellenistic times upon private wea…

SEG 49-283. Rhamnous. Grave epigram, Hadrianic.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Three fragments of a base, found in excavations of the Greek Archaeological Society south of the sanctuary of Nemesis, inv. no. 1245. Ed.pr. B.C.Petrakos, Δῆμος τοῦ Ραμνοῦντος II no. 363. Inscription fr. α Τ…

SEG 49-95. Athens. Proxeny decree for Damoxenos of Taras, 360-358 B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry IG II² 248. SEG 45 231. After examining the stone (EM 6994, 6995) in May 1997, E.Culasso Gastaldi, MEP 2 (1999) 133-156 (ph.), re-edits this inscription, providing detailed commentary on the c…

SEG 49-329. Athens. Inscribed mould for terracotta figurines, late 1st cent. A.D.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry J.McK.Carnp II, Hesperia 68 (1999) 280, briefly reports the discovery of ‘a second piece incised with the name of the fabricant, Markos’ (cf. SEG 46 322). Found in excavations of the Athenian Agora…
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