- “Second (?) century AD” (Malay)., Roma
- Manisa, Arkeoloji ve Etnografya Müzesi, 89
- Müze Envanter No.
- Sardeis veya Müze Env. No.
- Manisa 89
- Mermer, Taş
- Eserin Türü
- Yazıt Turu
- Onurlandıran Yazıt
- Yazıt Dili
- Yazıt Metni
[Ὁ δῆ]μος ὁ Σαρδιανῶν [καὶ ἡ γε]ρ̣ουσία ἐτείμησαν̣ [ . . . . . ]ειτον Διομήδους, 4 [καὶ ἡ κα]τοικία ἡ Κορακοη- [νῶν ἐ]σ̣τεφάνωσεν [δι]ὰ γένους. twig
- Yazıt Çevirisi
- “The People of the Sardians and the gerousia have honored [- -]eitos, son of Diomedes, and the settlement of the Korakoe[noi] has crowned him and his posterity.”
- Yazıt Yorumu
Stele of marble with triangular pediment; there is a wreath above the inscription.
- H. 1.43, W. 0.62, Th. 0.12, H. of letters ca. 0.025.
1 [ ]ΜΟΣ- v ΟΣΑΡΔΙΑΝΩΝ: the stone.
2 [ΓΕ]ΡΟΥΣΙΑ hedera ΕΤΕΙΜΗΣΑΝ: the stone.
3 “Possibly [Ἡράκλ]ειτον” (Malay).
Malay supposes that the katoikia of the Korakoe[noi] was located near Yeşilkavak, the findspot of the inscription; for further objects found in that area see here the Preface, p. xv. As to its ancient name, he considers either a connection with Greek κόραξ or an indigenous root.
Schuler, Ländliche Siedlungen, pp. 275–76 stresses that the honoring by the Sardian People and the gerousia and, on the other hand, the crowning by the katoikia were two separate procedures; he compares TAM V 2, 1229. The katoikia is attributed by him to the territory of Sardis; see also Schuler, Ländliche Siedlungen, p. 298, A 23.
- Ayrıca bakınız
- Malay, Manisa Museum, pp. 36–37, no. 38, pl. 4, fig. 11.