15.101. Votive to Hekate Euantetos
- A rectangular white marble altar (stained), with simple moulding above and below, worked on all four sides, with a relief of a triple Hekate on the front face (W. 0.14 × H. 0.28 × D. 0.20) .
- Inscribed on the right side.
- Rough; lunate epsilon, sigma, omega; unevenly aligned.
- Perhaps first to second century A.D. (lettering).
- No details; in collection
- Original Location:
- Last recorded location:
- Vienna Museum, Inv. I 711 (L)
- History of discovery:
- Found at Aphrodisias in or before 1894, when it entered the collection of the Vienna Museum.
- Published by Rudolf Noll, Die griechischen und lateinischen Inschriften der Wiener Antikensammlung (Vienna 1962, republished 1986), no. 67, whence L. Robert, Hellenica 13, 285 and pl. 25, BE 1966.507, McCabe PHI Aphrodisias 164.
- Text constituted from:
- Preliminary transcription (Reynolds); publications. This edition Roueché and Bodard (2007).
l. 2, Ν is written backwards.
Zotikos pays his vow to the deity who is kindly to meet.
This epithet for Hekate is discussed by Robert, loc. cit. ; cf. id Stele, Festschrift Kontoleon, Athens, 1977, 4.