Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens — 2.1883-1884

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IN ASIA MINOR. I 17

and in i h. 14 m. the watershed is reached. The road descends
through a narrow gorge for 35 m., when the western edge of the plain
of Isparta is reached. This plain was explored by me in 1885 ; see
Papers of the American School at Athens, pp. 326-351.

No. 87.

Isparta (Baris). The inscription is on a highly ornamented
lintel of a door or gateway, possibly the door of a church.
Bulletin de Correspondance Hellenique, 1879, P- 343> No.
20. Copy.

YTTEPMNHMH EKAIANATTAYCEujETTAYAOYETTI KsAIOYANE
KTIS ENTON NAONTLU NAPXAN TEAIU N I NAsTE

'Tirep fj.v7]ixr)s kcu auaTravaeco<; YlavXov 'ETTLKWa- (or
'EttlkIttitov '■'] or 'Ettik[v&ovs ?]) Ai'ou aveKTLcreu tov vabv
tC)u dp^avyeXciiv IvSUktiwvos) [cr]c'.

Line 1. The Bulletin reads MHCK, ETTIKYA, but the siglum
interpunctionis is plain.

Line 2 fin. The Bulletin reads "J" T^.

No. 88.

Isparta. Epistyle block in the pavement of the street. Copy}

OYBPYfiNI'OITE
TONKAEINONKHPYEE

Qvfipvuiv9.....

tov Kktivov Krjpv . . . '

1 In line 2, NK are in ligature.

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