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Inscriptiones Graecae , V, 2, 156 
Base for statue of Eutychus, benefactor. Tegea (Achaea). Third to fourth century 
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Still a noble remnant of the golden stock of Aleos, an adviser of man, Eutychus, son of Aristomenes! The mighty city of Tegea, repaying him for raising her up through counsel and his own possessions, set up a beautiful statue, for future men to proclaim readily (the virtues) of the excellent man. By decree of the council. By decree of the council.
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