Dedication by a winning military team at the Pamboiotia.  Two joining fragments of a three-sided column of gray-blue marble, inscribed twice (SEG 26.551-552); now lost.
[ ] Boiotia — Koroneia — Sanctuary north of the akropolis (Itonion?) — ca. 230 BC — SEG 26.551 — CEA 8 (1978) 105, 12 (A. Schachter) — cf. SEG 29.443
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1 [ἄρχοντος Βοιωτοῖς Ἀπολλ]ο̣δώρω
                                                  vacat
2 [(nomen patronymicum) Βοιωταρχίον]τος
[(ἐγ) Κορωνείοις, νικάσ]αντες
[τοῖς Παμβοιωτίοις (εὐ)]τακτίη
5 [τοὶ *πεδδοὶ ἀνέθιαν τοῖ]ς̣ θιοῖς,
[τῶ ἀγείματος ἁγιόμ]ε̣ν̣ος Ἀπολ-
[(nomen patronymicum)] Κορωνεῖος
    [τῶν ἐπιλέκτων]
[(nomen patronymicum)]ω Κορωνεῖος
10 [(nomen patronymicum)]
    [τῶν πελτοφο]ρ̣άων
[(nomen) Στρ]ότωνος, Ὀφε-
[— — — (patronymicum, nomen)] Ἀμφισθένιος
[τῶ τέλεος ἁγιόμενοι τ]ῶ Κορωνείων
15 [τῶν δὲ σ(ο)υσ(σ)τροτευμένων] Λεβαδειήω-
[ν (nomen patronymicum)] Θισβεῖος.
    [τῶν φαρετριτά]ων
[(nomen patronymicum)—α]ο̣ Κορωνεῖος.
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