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Funerary honours for Peritas Kallimedes and his wife Tatia [edit]

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i. The Council and the People honoured also after his death with the most splendid and fitting honours Peritas Kallimedes son of Diogenes the son of Apollonios, a man of virtue, who won esteem and note for his way of life, was well-ordered in his conduct of liturgies and offices and embassies, generous and well-ordered and notable as a neopoios, and acted always as was appropriate to the honour of his family. For these reasons the Council and the People voted by cheering (?by acclamation) for honours to be paid to him also after his death. ii. (The Council and the People honoured) Marcus Aurelius Diodoros Kallimedes, a man of virtue who won esteem and note for his way of life, was well-ordered in his conduct of liturgies and ofices and embassies, and acted always as was appropriate to the honour of his family, a man who was genuinely a philosopher. iii. The Council and the People honoured Tatia daughter of Diogenes Philemon the son of Diogenes the son of Demetrios, a prudent woman, devoted to her husband and her children, and adorned throughout her life with outstanding dignity and virtue; she was the wife of Peritas Kallimedes son of Diogenes the son of Apollonios, a man who undertook offices and embassies and liturgies and was a pious and munificent neopoios.
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