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T.103. Fragmentary ephebic names

Description: Sandstone block from the City Wall.
Text: Incised on the face.
Letters: Lines 1-2, 0.08; line 3, 0.06.

Date: Late first century BCE - early second century CE

Findspot: Taucheira: Gymnasium (later Byzantine Baths), loose in front of the stretch of the east wall which seems to have formed a boundary to the Gymnasium court and presumably fallen from it; first recorded in 1825, seen again, more fragmentary, in 1936
Original location: Presumably the east wall of the Gymnasium Court.
Last recorded location: Findspot.


[---] Πολύβ̣[ι]ο---]
[---] Πρατόλ̣α



1: ΝΕ lost since 1825
2: ΠΟΛΥΡΟ Pacho, 1827
3: ΠΡΑΤΟΙΑ Pacho, 1827

English translation

Translation by: Charlotte Roueché

. . . ] Poybios (scil. son/friend) of Pratolas


JMR, in LGPN, also records Φλάβ̣ιος: VI-60109 Λούκιος VI-60112: perhaps a confusion with VI-60112, in T.58, also on the same page.

Bibliography: Pacho, 1827 pl. LXXXI, whence CIG, Vol.III, 5332.
Text constituted from: Transcription (Reynolds).


   Fig. 1. Transcription (1827, Pacho, plate LXXXI)