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

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No. 30. — rIep£ft>5 [ 'Apre/uSo? | ¥Lo\aivi8o<;.
C. I. A. 275 : V. 25. Date : Not before Hadrian.
The seat of the Priest of Artemis Kolainis.

This goddess had a £6avov, and was worshipped in the deme
Mvppivov<; (Paus., I. 31, 2-4). The cult may have become more
general afterward. Ross, Demen von Attika, says (No. 98) : Mvp-
pivovs, An der Ostseite des Landes {Strab., IX. p. 399), mit einem
Heiligthum der Artemis Kolanis; also, wahrscheinlich bei dem
zerstorten Dorfe Merenda, zwischen Markopoulos und Prasia oder
Porto Raphti, wo Fourmont ausser andern Inschriften (C.I.G. 28,
490) auch ein Psephisma der Myrrhinusier gefunden (C I. G. 100),
welches iv t<3 iepy rrjs 'Apre/AtSos t^s KoAatrtSos aufgestellt war.

No. 31.—'Iepew? I Hoo-clScov09 | Yairjo-^ov real \ 'Epe^eco?.

C. I. A. 276 : V. 26. Date : Probably a little before the Christian

era. Cf. No. 4.

The seat of the Priest of Poseidon Gaieochos (Holder of the
Earth) and Erechtheus, i.e., of Poseidon in his two forms of Gaie-
ochos and Erechtheus.

The altar of Poseidon Erechtheus stood in the Erechtheum on
the Acropolis. Vischer speaks of the Priest of Poseidon and Erech-
theus ; but these two are not to be separated.*

KepKis 3. RIGHT.

No. 32. —Tepe&>? I Eu/cA-aa? /cat \ T^vvofila?.

C. I. A. 277 : V. 17. Date : Not before Hadrian's time.

A. Mommsen (Hear., p. 410) says : Der Tempel der Eukleia, aus
der marathonischen Beute gestiftet (Paus., I. 14, 5), gait wohl ursprting-

* See C.I. A., note on 276: Erechtheum hunc eundem esse atque Xeptunum,
neque cum Vischero ita titulum intelligendum, ut ille sacerdos Xeptuni simul et
Erechthei fuerit, titulus C. Iuli Spartiatici (v. ins.) docet, ubi lepevs TloaaSwyoi
'IlpexOcoos yaiTjoxov est. Nam haec duo diversa sacerdotia esse quis tandem
credit? See C. I. A., I. 387; Paus., I. 26, 5. For a discussion of the association of
Poseidon with Erechtheus, cf, Welck., Gr. Gotterl., II. 284 ff.; M., Heor., pp. 27,
note, and 34, note.
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