Ephesus, Library of Celsus, Greek inscription

Ephesus, Library of Celsus, Greek inscription

Description

Ephesus, Library of Celsus, Greek inscription

Details

ἀγαθῆι [τύ]χ[ηι·]
Πό(πλιος) Στατιῆνος Πε-
τρωνιανὸς ὁ καὶ
Ἰουλιανὸς
φιλοσέβ(αστος) πατὴρ ἱερο-
κήρυκος ἠγορανό-
μησε[ν ἁγν]ῶς καὶ
εὐστα[θ]ῶς· ἐφ’ οὗ
ἐπράθη ὁ ἄρτος
οὐνκιῶν ιδʹ ὀβο(λῶν) δʹ,
ὁ δὲ κιβάριος οὐνκ(ιῶν) ιʹ
ὀβο(λῶν) βʹ·
κόρος ἁγνεία εὐτυχῶς.

With good fortune!
Publius Statienus Petronianus, also known as Julianus, the emperor-loving father and supervisor of the sacrifices, was a fair and reliabvle market master. When he was in office, the best bread cost four obols for fourteens ounce while normal bread cost two obols for ten ounce. Satisfaction and sanctification.

Date

ca. 115 CE

Inscriptionnr

IEph 3010 (Greek)

Creator

Jona Lendering

Licence

CC0 1.0 Universal

Categories

Roman Empire

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Inscription

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