Epigrams in honor of the philosopher and orator Iamblichos.  Herm of Pentelic marble, broken at the bottom.
[ ] Attica — Athens — Agora — shortly bef. 396 AD — Hesperia 33 (1964) 63-68 — SEG 21.768; cf. 38.184 — E. Sironen, Inscriptions (1997) 72, 15
I.1 τοῦτον καὶ μετὰ πότμον ἀθωπεύτοις γλυφίδεσσ̣[ι]
ὁ στεγανὸς τῖσεν Πάγος Ἄρεος, οὕνεκα πύργους
τείχεος ἕρκος ἔτευξεν ᾿Ϊάμβλιχος ὄλβον ὀπάσσας·
            intervallum a. 0,045-0,065
II.4 καὶ σοφίῃ κόσμησεν ᾿Ϊάμβλιχος οὗτος Ἀθήνας
5 [καὶ Κρανα] κρατερὸν τε̣[ῖχος ἐπ]ῇ̣ρε πόλει.
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