Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens — 5.1886-1890

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Translation.—With the blessing of Fortune. Second register of
crown-wearing (or crowned) arehons: Ti. Tertullus, etc.

Comment.—The names down to <J>\. Tlpelp,o<; or thereabouts look
as if they might have been engraved at one time. The rest, in letters
of various sizes and in some cases sprawling carelessly, woidd seem
to have been added at intervals. Why the series should have been
brought to an end by the leaf in the second column and then resumed
below is a mystery. The numerous Aureliuses in the latter part of
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