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Dagron, G. & D. Feissel, Inscriptions de Cilicie (Travaux et Mémoires du Centre de Recherche d'Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance, 4) , Paris 1987 , pp. 137-41 and 163-4 (addenda) no. 88 pl. 36 [edit]

Architrave block carrying statue of Apollonius of Tyana, first-century thaumaturge. Mopsuhestia (Cilicia II). Third to fourth century [edit]

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This man is named after Apollo, from Tyana he is shining forth, and extinguishes the faults of men. This true man ... of Tyana, the sky sent him so that he might drive out the sufferings of mortals.
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