Aphrodisias in Late Antiquity 2004


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Inscriptions by number

1. Letter of Valerian and Gallienus (Joyce M. Reynolds)
2. Honours for Cornelia Salonina
3. Honours for a son of Gallienus
4. Honours for Licinius Valerianus
5. Honours for M. Aurelius Diogenes
6. Honours for M. Aurelius Diogenes
7. Honours for T. Oppius Aelianus Asclepiodotus
8. Verse honours for a governor
9. Dedication for Emperors and Caesars
10. Dedication by Flavius Eusebius
11. Dedication by Flavius Zeno
12. Dedication (post mortem) by Flavius Zeno
13. Dedication by Flavius Andronicus
14. Honours for a comes
15. Honours for an amicus principum
16. Verse honours for Helladius
17. Building inscription of Helladius
18. Building inscription of Helladius
19. Dedication to Constantius II and a Caesar by Fl. Quint. Eros Monaxius
20. Honours for Julian by Antonius Tatianus
21. Honours for Valens by Antonius Tatianus
22. Honours for Flavius Constantius, governor, for building the wall; 42. Flavius Ampelius restores the gate
23. Honours for Aelia Flaccilla
24. Verse honours for Menander, vicar
25. Fl. Eutolmius Tatianus honours Honorius
26. Fl. Eutolmius Tatianus honours Arcadius
27. Fl. Eutolmius Tatianus honours Valentinian II
28. Building inscription of Antonius Priscus
29. Fl. Pelagius Ioannes gives a column
30. Menander, curialis, gives a column
31. Verse honours for Oecumenius; 254. Invocation
32. The Phrygian Metropolis honours Alexander, in verse
33. Verse honours for Eupeithius
34. Verse honours for Androcles, a benefactor
35. Flavius Septimius a benefactor
36. Verse honours for Anthemius;144. Invocation
37. Tatianus, governor, restores the statue of Tatianus, PPO; verse
38. 39. & 40. Verse honours for Ampelius, father of the city, and Dulcitius, governor, on the Agora Gate
39. Dulcitius, governor, restores the Agora Gate (on same monument as 38)
40. Dulcitius, governor, restores the Agora Gate (on same monument as 38)
41. Verse honours for Dulcitius from Valerianus; 194. Place inscription
42. Flavius Ampelius restores the gate (on same monument as 22)
43. Ampelius, father of the city, restores the 'palaestra'
44. Ampelius, father of the city, undertakes restoration work in the Theatre Baths
45. Verse honours for John, governor of Caria
46. Eustochius, responsible for building work
47. Eustochius, responsible for building work
48. Ioannes undertakes restoration works in the Hadrianic Baths
49. Building works in the Hadrianic Baths
50. Flavius - undertakes building works in the Hadrianic Baths
51. Flavius E undertakes building works in the Hadrianic Baths
52. Restoration work in the Hadrianic Baths
53. Verse honours for Asclepiodotus
54. Funerary verse, for Asclepiodotus
55. Acclamation for Pytheas
56. Epigram for Pytheas
57. Building inscription of Pytheas, in verse
58. Building inscription of Pytheas, in verse
59. Acclamations of Mardaetus and of the Pytheanitae
60. Building inscription of bishop Euphemius
61. Acclamations for imperial family, and a New Theodosius
62. The city honours Fl. Palmatus, governor
63. The Carians honour Palmatus, in verse
64. Verse honours for a governor
65. The city honours Vitianus, governor
66. Philip, admirandissimus, pays for work in the South Agora
67. Dionysius, doctor, undertakes building works in the Hadrianic Baths
68. Fl. Photius gives a gameboard
69. Fl. Photius gives a gameboard
70. -etus, exceptor, gives a gameboard
71. Anonymous, magnificentissimus, gives a gameboard
72. Fl. Epiphanius Hermias and others make a benefaction
73. Verse honours for John, leader of the Council
74. Verse honours for Hermias, benefactor
75. Acclamations for ?governors
76. Fragmentary acclamations
77. Fragmentary acclamations
78. Fragmentary acclamations
79. Acclamation for Scholasticius
80. Acclamation of the sellophoroi
81. Honours for an Emperor, Justinian
82. Verse honours for Albinus
83. Acclamations for Albinus, clarissimus; 84. Acclamation for the city
84. Acclamation for the city (on same monument as 83)
85. First honours for Rhodopaeus, in verse
86. Second honours for Rhodopaeus
87. Third statue for Rhodopaeus
88. Eugenius is honoured by the boule
89. Acclamation for Theopompus, magnificentissimus, pater civitiatis
90. Orthagoras, bishop, undertakes building work
91. Theophylact, imperial judge, witnesses a document
92. Prayer of Theodoretus and Cyriacus
93. Prayer of donors, including Theodoretus and Cyriacus
94. Prayer of Anastasius, donor
95. Prayer of Anastasius, donor
96. Prayer of donor
97. Fragment of donor's prayer
98. Anatolius, donor
99. Fragments from a poem decorating a feature in the Temple-Church
100. Dedicatory poem
101. Monogram capitals from the Triconch Church
102. Monogram of Theochares, donor
103. Monograms of donors, Mamas and Pakos
104. Dedication, to a saint
105. Dedication from a church
106. Heliodorus, builder or donor
107. Church donor's inscription
108. Dedicatory poem, church of SS. Barbara and Anastasia
109. Dedicator's prayer
110. Dedicatory poem
111. Warning against theft
112. Warning against throwing earth
113. Prayer of Asterius
114. Prayer of Theodore
115. Prayer of Theodore, 'the Bell'
116. Prayer of Damocharis, cursor
117. Prayers on West Door of Temple-Church (south)
118. Prayers on West Door of Temple-Church (north)
119. Prayer of/to Michael
120. Name: Stephen, subdeacon
121. Names: Stephen and Leo
122. Name, Philip
123. Name
124. Michael: name or invocation
125. Prayer of Leo
126. Name: Onesimus
127. Invocation
128. Prayer of the builders
129. Warning against approaching the bema; invocations
130. Graffito
131. Names
132. Graffiti: names and prayers
133. Graffiti: names and prayers
134. Graffiti: Prayers and names
135. Invocation
136. Invocation
139. Invocations
140. Invocation for Constantius
141. Invocation
142. Prayer
143. Acclamation
144. Invocation (on same monument as 36)
145. Invocation
146. Invocation
147. Epitaphs of anonymus, tabernarius, and of Euarestus
148. Epitaph of Aurelia Dionysia
149. Epitaph of MMM. Aurrr. Peritianus, Eutyches and Heracleus
150. Epitaph of Vitus, also called Asterius, cursor of the phylae
151. Epitaph of M. Aur. Leontius Auchenius and M. Aur. Papias Polychronius
152. Epitaph of Victorinus, praefectus vehiculorum
153. Funerary verse, for Claudia
154. Funerary verse, for a girl, Thea
155. Funerary verse, for Stephanus
156. Funerary verse, for Jordanes
157. Funerary verse, for Euphemia
158. Funerary verse, for Macedonius
159. Fragment of funerary verse
160. Fragment of funerary verse
161. Fragment of funerary verse
162. Funerary verse for Arcimus
163. Epitaph of Athanasius
164. Epitaph of Philosophia
165. Epitaph of Theopropius, bishop
166. Epitaph of Theopropius, bishop
167. Epitaph of bishop of Stratonicaea
168. Epitaph of Cyriacus, priest
169. Epitaph of Theodorus, ceromatitites
170. Epitaph of Charito
171. Epitaph of John and others
172. Epitaph of Eutychia
173. Epitaph of Nicolaus
174. Epitaph of Theodocius
175. Epitaph of Asclepiodotus
176. Epitaph of Polychronius
177. Epitaph of Rufinianus
178. Epitaph of Mag
184. Acclamation of the Greens
185. Monogram acclamation of the Greens
186. Acclamations of the Greens, the City and the Blues
187. Place inscription of Lucas, philoponus
188. Place inscription of Tryphon, chief decanus
189. Place inscription of Cyriacus, trouser-maker
190. Place inscription of Epictetus, cloakroom-attendant
191. Place inscription of Alexander, barber
192. Place inscription of Theodore
193. Place inscription of Aelianus
194. Place inscription (on same monument as 41)
195. Place inscription of Heortasius
196. Place inscription of men of Hierapolis
197. Place inscription of men of Hierapolis
198. Place inscription of Philippos
199. Place inscription of Mus
200. Place inscription of Callinicus
201. i: Place inscription of Eugraphios phylarchos; ii: Place inscription of Zoticus
202. Place inscription of Theoctistus
203. Place inscription of Kes
204. Place inscription of Theoctistus
205. Place inscription of Ioannes
206. Place inscription of Zoticus. peddlar
207. Place inscription of Heptamenius et al.
208. Place inscription of mydrostasia
209. Place inscription of Philotheus
210. Cross-monograms
211. Place inscriptions of Leo and Philip
212. Reserved benches for associations
213. List of commodities
214. Storage jar of Polychronius
215. Storage jar
216. Sewer cover
217. Inscriptions with game-boards
219. Text at an entrance
220. Fragment of a Latin text
221. Table/dish fragment with numerals
222. Table/dish fragment
223. Table fragment
224. Table/dish fragment
225. Table/dish fragment
226. Panel fragment
227. Panel fragment
228. Fragment of building inscription
229. Fragment of building inscription.
232. Fragment of building inscription
233. Fragment of verse 234. Place inscription of Synodius
234. Place inscription of Synodius (on same monument as 233)
235. Building inscription by Fl. Constantius, governor
236. Building inscription from a church of St. Michael
237. Epitaph of Epiphanius, bull-rearer
238. Flavius Photius gives a gameboard
239. Donor prayer from a church
240. Donor prayer from a church
241. Prayer on column: Temple-Church
242. Fragment of funerary verse
243. Epitaph of Zoetus
244. Monogram inscription
245. Building inscription
246. Fragment of building inscription
247. Name
248. Prayer
249. Sundial
250. Funerary verse for Pytheas
251. Titles on philosopher portraits
252. Dedication by Flavius Palladius
253. Honours for P. Aelius Septimius Mannus, governor
254. Invocation (on same monument as 31)

 

 

 

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