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IG II/III(2) 13276 [edit]

Base for statue of Theodorus, governor of Achaea. Athens (Achaea). 379-395 [edit]

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Theodorus, the ruler of the people of Achaea; Themistocles set me up in this statue with the consent of Athens. You see Theodorus, the ruler who with his gentle justice saved the people and cities of all the Greeks. That is why Themistocles set him up in a stone portrait statue in the city; for this was the decree of the city. Thereafter he made a vow to god, the creator of everything, to set up also a bronze statue with the consent of Theodosius
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