- ca. 5th–6th century AD., Roma
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- Mozaik, Yazıt
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Ἐκεντήθη ὁ ἔ̣[μ]βολο̣ς̣ ἐπὶ Φλ(αβίου) Μαιονίου τοῦ 3 μεγαλο[π]ρ(επεστάτου) κόμ(ητος) κ(αὶ) ὑπατικοῦ.
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- “The portico was laid with mosaics under the magnificentissimus count and consularis Flavius Maionios.”
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- Alan (Sektör)
- RT 17.1
- ca. E110.1 - E114.9 / S4.9 - S9.6
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- Road Trench, north colonnade of Marble Road, in front of Byzantine Shop E19, running up to the northern foundations of the Monumental Arch.
Partly damaged mosaic inscription in a tabula ansata.
- Tabula ansata: H. 0.72; W. 2.84; H. of letters 0.125–0.145.
1 See 426, 1 comm.
2 The name Μαιόνιος is identical with the ethnic belonging to Μαιονία, the designation originally of all of Lydia, later of a settlement at the upper Hermos River (Turkish Menye, recently replaced by the “unhistoric” name Gökçeören). The personal name occurs in the Christian inscription from Maionia in TAM V 1, 582, spelled Μεονίου (genitive). No (Flavius) Maionios is registered in the PLRE.
3 For the title μεγαλοπρεπέστατος, see R. Delmaire, Byzantion 54 (1984), pp. 157–61.
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