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

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No. 398.

Nysa. In December, 1886, M. Mich. Pappa Konstantinou
wrote to me concerning an inscription now in the village
Aktche, near Nysa, as follows:

Eis TLva TovpKiKrjv oi/ftttv aveKaXv\(ia eV iprjcfaurfjia. NYSAEfiN
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TTYOOAQPOY twos, io-ws axnhv ov iya<f>€pa 6 ^rpafSutv (12. 555
and 14. 649. See also Cicero, pro Flacco, 22, 52 : Ubi erant illi
Pythodoro, Archidemi, Epigoni, ceteri homines apud nos noti, inter
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