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

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AN EPIGRAPHICAL JOURNEY

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No. 94.

Yalowadj. In the "wall of a house opposite a Djami. Once
an inscription of eighteen lines, but all except the first two
and the last line have been dug out.1 C.I.L. III. 301 ; Lc
Bos-Waddington, Voyage Archeologique, /// 1825. Copy.

A N T I 0 C H
AECAESARE

[Fifteen lines missing.]
SACERAVG

1 The excavated part is fully two inches deep; some one evidently intended to
make a trough of the stone.
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