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Meriç, R., R. Merkelbach, J. Nollé, and S. Şahin (eds.), Die Inschriften von Ephesos VII,2. Inschriften griechischer Städte aus Kleinasien, vol. 17,2 , Bonn 1981 , no. 3820 [edit]

Base for statue of Flavius Anthemius Isidorus, governor. Hypaipa (Lydia). 405-410 [edit]

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(A) To Good Fortune. This child of Anthemius, who, by far the best of the proconsuls, rivaled the ways of his father the prefect and consul, and, appearing equal to Zeus or Themis, warded off injury from everybody. (B) To Good Fortune. We, the inhabitants of Hypaipa, have repaid in marble images the proconsul of Asia, son of the high-minded prefect, Isidorus the offspring of Anthemius, for his rule. (C) The overseeing of the setting up was done by Apollonius, the archimagos .
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