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Honours for M. Aurelius os, long-distance runner [edit]

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[ e.g. The Council and the People and the Gerousia and the Young Men] honoured Marcus Aurelius [ -]us, son of Teimokles son of Agathopous son of Artemidoros, (citizen) of Aphrodisias and of Nicomedia and of Ancyra, councillor, long-distance runner, sacred victor, Pythian victor, Actian victor, extraordinary, who also won other contests, those written below: In Ancyra of Galatia, at the Asclepeia [...] the boys' long race; in Hadrianea of Bithynia, at the sacred Hadrianeia Antinoeia, the boys' long race; in Heraclea on the Pontus, at the Hadrianeia Heracleia, equivalent to Actia, the boys' long race; in Chalcedon the boys' long race, and in succession the men's long race; in Nicomedia, at the Augusteia Severeia, the men's long race, and on the same day the double race and the race in armour; in Nicaea, at the Augusteia, the men's long race; in Heraclea on the Pontus, at the Hadrianeia Heracleia, equivalent to Actia, the men's long race, and on the same day the race in armour; in Nicaea, at the Augusteia, the men's long race, and on the same day the double race and the race in armour; in Philadelphia, at the provincial festival of Asia, the men's long race. The erection of the statue was overseen by Antidorides, the man consecrated to the goddess Aphrodite, who was reared with him.
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