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Roueché, C., Aphrodisias in Late Antiquity (Journal of Roman Studies Monograph 5) , London 1989 , no. 87 [edit]

Fragmentary base for statue of Rhodopaeus, local benefactor. Aphrodisias (Caria). Sixth century. [edit]

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To Good Fortune. The magnificentissimus Rhodopaeus, the lover of his country and defender of the people, the originator of the generous gift of the summer Olympian bath, and giver of corn as well as founder, renewer of pleasures that had been forgotten, the never-to-be-forgotten benefactor to us in everything, privately and public—the city (has honoured him) adorning him with a statue for the third time. (Trans: C. Roueché)
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