11.401. Statue and altar dedication by Titus Flavius Staberianos, doctor
- Plain white marble ?statue base shaft (0.46–0.43 × 0.83 × 0.445–0.43).
- Inscribed on one face within a panel outlined by an incised line. Below is a slightly rougher area clearly not intended to be visible. The text must have begun on a crowning feature.
- 0.035; overlapping the border in l. 11. Ligatures ΗΝ l. 2.
- First to second centuries A.D. (lettering)
- City, South-west: standing in a pile of stones c. 50m. north of the inside face of the south wall, near the southwest corner.
- Original Location:
- Last recorded location:
- Museum (1975)
- History of discovery:
- Found by the NYU expedition in 1974 (74.255; SBI 46)
- Published by Nutton, PBSR 45, 1977, 192, no. 1, whence SEG 1977.716; Horsley, New Documents 2, p. 11, ad no. 2a , McCabe PHI Aphrodisias 163.
- Text constituted from:
- Transcription (Reynolds). This edition Reynolds (2007).
- 0 [Τίτος Φλάβιος Στα]-
- 1βεριανὸς τὸν Ἀσ-
- 2κλεπιὸν καὶ τὴν
- 3Ὑγείαν σὺν τοὺς
- 4 βωμοὺς ἐκ τῶν φι-
- 5δίων ἀνέθηκε τῷ
- 6 Δήμῳ καθῶς
- 7Τίτος Φλάβιος
- 8Σταβερίανος ἀρ-
- 9χιατρὸς πόλε-
- 10ως ὁ πατὴρ αὐτοῦ
l. 6, At the end TI has been erased
l. 10, between I and A a second I has been erased.
[Titus Flavius Sta]berianos dedicated the (statues of) Asklepios and of Hygeia together with the altars to the People from his own funds, carrying out the promise made by his father, Titus Flavius Staberianos, the chief doctor.