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iAph150330 [edit]

Letter of a curator, ?M. Ulpius Appuleius Eurykles, to the Aphrodisians [edit]

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[... to prepare them for the requirements of the contest and ?denarii [...] and the prizes and the competitions in accordance with [?the intention of the deceased; the president of the first contest will be Flavius Eu[- ? ... ? after ] these the contest from the (bequest) of Kallikrates son of Diotimos [will be celebrated in the coming] (5) year, in the sixth month, before the [departure of the synod ] for Rome. [This] contest [has] its prizes described in the [will of Kallikrates, in all] 12,600 [denarii] under the care [of the persons] listed [in his will], the priest of Aphrodite [and ?the neopoioi; it is necessary] to send now on this matter to the synod, and to [announce this] (10) contest, on behalf of [the safety] and eternal rule of the great Imperator Commodus [Augustus], as due to be celebrated at the appointed [time]. [?Third] contest, of Claudius Adrastos it is necessary [to celebrate] as has been prescribed [with no] reduction or omission concerning it, and to [take care that it is celebrated] in the ninth month, as appointed, because the competitors [ must leave afterwards for] (15) Heraclea, and always hereafter in a cycle, just as [.... The] city contest has its own time after this [one ...; ] we have drawn up [the] description of the prizes already [...] ?put in order [...]. Following these is the contest of Hossidios Julianos which has its due date after [...] , (20) and a schedule which is [established] in the will [?of Julianos]; it will have a date after the Nikerateia in Tra[lles? ... The contest of Philem]on son of [Philem]on, son of [Philem]on, son of [Philem]on son of Tatianos, since the money has not yet reached [... ?120]000 denarii, will be celebrated [... ?when the ] capital has accumulated to bring in interest, for the future [ ?of so much ...] (25) the vote ...?will immediately be made clear ?to you. [Prizes] for tragedians only, in the contest of Claudius Adrastos: Tragedian: First prize 1,500 denarii Second prize 600 denarii Third prize 250 denarii [...]
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