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

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AN EPIGRAPHICAL JOURNEY

No. 355.

Boyalik (called also Medjidie). Panel in a slab. Copy.

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At Kiitchtik Nefezkieui there is a large spring, which is the chief
source of the stream up which we came from Khatibinkieui. The
spring was formerly used as Baths, the ruined walls of which still
stand. At Kodak there are many architectural remains, but no
inscriptions, so far as I could discover.

No. 356.

Boyiik Nefezkieui (Tavium). Roman milliarium in a ceme-
tery between Boyiik Nefezkieui and Assam, and immediately
west of the Acropolis of Boyiik Nefezkieui. See Preliminary
Report, p. 43, No. 6o. Copy.
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