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Rehm, A., and P. Herrmann, Inschriften von Milet, Teil I (Milet VI, 1) , Berlin 1997 , VI.1, no. 343 [edit]

Base for statue of Hesychius, perhaps Hesychius Illustrius, local benefactor. Miletus (Caria). Late fourth to sixth century. [edit]

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To Good Fortune. Of Hesychius this is the likeness, and the reason is not one matter alone, but it is the whole beauty of 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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