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Dittenberger, W. & K. Purgold, Die Inschriften von Olympia (Olympia Textband V) , Berlin 1896 , no. 481 [edit]

Base for bronze statue of Polycharmus, governor of Achaea. Olympia (Achaea). Fourth century [edit]

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We, the Phigalians set (this) up (to) Polycharmus, the true benefactor, as a herm of Dike (i. e. as an image of Justice) near justice-speaking Zeus. The Greeks agreed: for he finished his rule happily, being skillful in every virtue.
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