Centre Pattern., broken away
Fig. 1. Detail of Mosaic Pavement
From Byzantine Church in Gymnasium
SOUTH OF GYMNASIUM
THE plan only was recovered, the superstructure being
entirely destroyed. The mosaic pavement of marble
cubes was very similar in character to that in the Gym-
nasium. In front of the apse was an elaborate design (Page
187, Fig. 1) with the inscription in mosaic (shown in Fig. 2
Fig. 2. Inscription in Pavement
of Byzantine Church
’AXihrios KO.T ev^r/v toj ay'iM tottoj.
“ Alypios to the Holy Place according to his vow.”
In one of the octagonal figures of the main pavement was
the inscription (Fig. 3).
Fig. 3. Inscription “ B ” in Pavement
(See Page 187)
SaTopvfXo? (r^oXacrriKo? V7rep ev)(Tj<; eavrov e7roi^crep.
“ Satornilos, the scholar, made this in accordance with his vow.”
Fig. 4. Carved Marble Fragment
Built into a Turkish Fountain at Pashakeui, near Assos