Item:Q5311

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Feissel, D. & Philippidis-Braat, A., Inventaires en vue d’un recueil des inscriptions historiques de Byzance, 3. Inscriptions du Péloponnèse (à l’exception de Mistra), Travaux et mémoires 9, Paris 1985, 267-395, 284-5 no. 22 [edit]

Base for statue of Publilius Optatianus, governor of Achaea. Sparta (Achaea). 325-329 [edit]

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The city [honours] the benefactor in all things and saviour of Lacedaimon, the governor (proconsul) of clarissimus rank Publilius Optatianus, [who is] similar, almost equal, to Lycurgus in his character and his deeds, in the vicinity of [the statue of] Lycurgus. Marcus Aurelius Stephanus, priest of the imperial cult, of perfectissimus rank, the leader ( prostates ) of the city, took charge.
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