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Rehm, A., and P. Herrmann, Inschriften von Milet, Teil I (Milet VI, 1) , Berlin 1997 , VI,1. no. 342 [edit]

Record of columnar base and statue of emperor, set up by Hesychius. Miletus (Caria). Fourth to sixth century. [edit]

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'To Good Fortune. This is the image of Hesychius, and the reason is not one matter alone, but such beauty he has conferred upon the fatherland: the lofty column supporting the kingly form , the baths of Faustina, an immense temple, and the great bliss of the baths which he procured from moulded earth and the haulers of beautiful flowing waters. Good luck.'
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