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Meritt , B. D., Greek inscriptions, 1896-1927: Corinth VIII. 1 , Princeton 1931 , 66 no. 89 [edit]

Base for statue of Iunior, governor of Achaea. Corinth. Mid fourth century ? [edit]

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Who captured the uplifting image of the governor ( anthupatos ) Iunior, who inscribed [his] shape into this stone? The sculptor emulated his shape in this artwork, making the whole order favourable to mother Greece. The blameless Eutychianus, who manages Corinth well, like a brother, admiring [him] set [this] up to him. By decree of the council.
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