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

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AN EPIGRAPH ICAL JOURNEY

V(iva) v(ivis). Petilia, M(arci) f(ilia),

Tertia sibi et

M(arco) Petilio patri.

Zwcra IlertXta Tepna »•

eavTr) Kai ^SldpKco

rieriXiaj TrarpL.

Line 1, EE omits the points. Line 5, EE reads |AYTIA.
Line 4, EE TT ETTA I A. Line 6, EE omits TTG.

It will be noticed that this bilingual inscription renders the Latin
VV by ZSxra. Accordingly VV must stand for viva vivis.

For a fourth inscription of Antiochia Pisidiae, commencing with
VV, see Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens,
Vol. III. No. 358.

No. 121.

Yalowadj. In the wall of the Medressi near the soldiers'
prayer enclosure. Ephcmeris Epigraphica, 1884, p. 580,
No. 1353. Copy}

V-V-RVBPIA TEPT I^^H

FRaTRI [gable] E'^HH

No. 122.

Yalowadj. Quadrangular cippus in the cemetery of Abudjilar.
Length, 1.45 m.; width, 0.51 m. Copy and impression.

P I E T A T I
AVGVSTORVM
NOSTRORVM
VALDIOGENESVP
mm IESPROVINPISID

1 In line 2, TR are in ligature.
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