Three Inscriptions from Asia Minor release_274czbcrsfeobjvmral42fihwe

by E. L. Hicks

Published in Journal of Hellenic Studies by Cambridge University Press (CUP).

1907   Volume 27, p226-228


Fragment of white marble, entire at the upper and right edge only, measuring 5¼ in. × 4 in. Found among the ruins of Troy on Apr. 20, 1907, by Mr. F. G. Harman from the 'Argonaut': now the property of J. Alison Glover, Esq., M.D.The date is late, not earlier than the first century B.C., as is indicated by the absence of the<jats:italic>iota adscriptum</jats:italic>, (1. 4), and the coarse style of the lettering. The form<jats:italic>ἑατῶν</jats:italic>in 1. 5 is characteristic of the first century B.C.<jats:italic>Δίφιλος Ξανθίππου</jats:italic>is not otherwise known to me. The<jats:italic>πανήγυρις</jats:italic>or festival assembly of the Panathenaea at Troy celebrated by the nine cities of the Ilian union is mentioned in numerous inscriptions. It is impossible to define further the outline of the original document, as so much is lost.
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