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Building dedication of the Eusebian Bath to the Emperors and Aphrodite 
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For the Imperator, for the Gods Augusti and Olympian, and for the goddess Aphrodite, visibly present, the first mother of the family of the Augusti: the People of the Aphrodisians (built this) drawing upon the favour bestowed (upon them) by the Augusti, and upon the material of the Eusebian Bath, and upon the property of Attalis, daughter of Menekrates. Those who undertook care of the work in the bath and the atrium were: Titus Flavius Menandros, son of Zenon, of the voting tribe Quirina, on whose behalf his son Flavius Attalos completed the task,Lysimachos son of Attalos the son of Pytheas, on whose behalf Attalos and Pytheas, the sons of Attalos the son of Pytheas his brothers completed the task, Hypsikles son of Adrastos the son of Adrastos the son of Adrastos the son of Adrastos, and Aristokles son of Menestheus the son of Apollonios Skopas.
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