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Inscriptiones Graecae , II/III(2) 13281 [edit]

Base for statue of Plutarchus 'king of words'. Athens (Achaea). Late fourth to early fifth century [edit]

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The people of Erechtheus (= the Athenians) set [this] up [to] Plutarchus, the king of words, the mainstay of firm prudence, who rowed the sacred ship three times in all near to the temple of Athena, spending all his wealth. (trans. E. Sironen)
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