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Merkelbach, R. and J. Stauber (eds.), Steinepigramme aus dem griechischen Osten. Bd. 2. Die Nordküste Kleinasiens (Marmarameer und Pontos) , Munich 2001 , 332-2, no. 10/06/07 
Base for bronze statue of Eulalius, imperial office holder. Sinope (Paphlagonia). Late fourth or fifth century. 
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The mighty warden of the city, the emperor, had this statue of Eulalius set up at his own decree (literally, 'at his own nod'), by the hands of a bronzesmith, whom (= Eulalius), being ever so obedient to undefiled authority (literally, 'to sceptres'), the law (i.e. the emperor) has noticed. Look at me, my friend! [the] craftsman in bronze, thus clever, has imitiated a [living] body with the skill of Hephaistos.
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