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Robert, L., Epigrammes du Bas-Empire (Hellenica IV) , Paris 1948 , p. 117 [edit]

Base for statue, probably of Anastasius (but possibly of Hercules). Rhodos (Insulae). Fourth to earlier fifth century. [edit]

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Hercules, blood (= child) of Zeus, beastkiller, you, in days gone by, were not the only one born as a protector against evil. Rather, our generation as well produced a Hercules, the noble Anastasius, the glorious founder of Rhodes, who set you up here with (his) high-minded labours
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