Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens — 1.1882-1883

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No. XIV.

Marble slab from above
a tomb in the western
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"The people and the Roman
merchants established among
ns crown, in recognition of
his perfect virtue, the hero of
the city, the benefactor Hel-
lanikos, son of Athenodotos,
who has shown his excellence
in the government of the
state and as one of our
hereditary kings, and who
has lived honorably and dis-
creetly."

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