- “Some year in the decade between Philippi and Actium,” i.e., 42–31 BC (Sardis VII 1, no. 129 comm.)., Roma
- Sardeis veya Müze Env. No.
- Mermer, Taş
- Eserin Türü
- Kinerarium Kapağı, Yazıt
- Yazıt Turu
- Ölüyle ilgili Yazıt
- Yazıt Dili
- Yazıt Metni
Ἐπὶ Μάρκου Ἀντωνίου τοῦ αὐτοκράτορος, v μη(νὸς) v Δείου· Σωκράτης Ἱκεσίου ἐτῶν 4 vac. λθ´. vac.
- Yazıt Çevirisi
- “In the year when Marcus Antonius, the Imperator, officiated (as priest of Roma), in the month Dios, (died) Sokrates, son of Hikesios, aged thirty-nine years.”
- Yazıt Yorumu
- Bulunduğu Yeri
- Brought “from the mountain.”
Roof-shaped cinerarium lid of marble; the inscription follows guidelines.
- H. 0.35, W. 0.43, Th. 0.06, H. of letters 0.015.
1–2 Herrmann refers to Sardis VII 1, no. 129 (see there for further details), which had been correctly attributed by the editors to the eponymy of the triumvir. Marcus Antonius had, honoris causa, taken over the function of the priest of Roma. The “honour was paid…perhaps in 41 B.C.…or in 33 B.C.” For kings and emperors being honorary functionaries, Herrmann refers to L. Robert, Et. épig. philol., pp. 142–50; id., RPhil 1959, pp. 212–13 (= Op. Min. V, p. 242); RPhil 1974, p. 212, with n. 195 (= Op. Min. V, p. 299); and H. Engelmann, ZPE 120 (1998), p. 69; cf. no. 582, 1–2 comm.; he underlines that M. Antonius fits that tradition.
- Ayrıca bakınız
- P. Herrmann, “Sardeis zur Zeit der iulisch-claudischen Kaiser” (in Forschungen in Lydien, ed. E. Schwertheim [1995 = AMS 17], pp. 21–36 = Herrmann, Ausgew. Schriften, pp. 147–68), p. 23 (Ausgew. Schriften, pp. 149–50), with photograph pl. 1, 2 (Ausgew. Schriften, p. 165, fig. 2) (SEG 45, 1651; AE 1995, 1456). Herrmann, ms.