Year 2020, Volume 19 , Issue , Pages 173 - 188 2020-05-15

New Inscriptions from the Museum of Eskişehir
Eskişehir Müzesi’nden Yeni Yazıtlar

Büşra KARABULUT [1]


This paper presents new ten funerary inscriptions (nr. 1-10) and a fragment (nr. 11) from Museum of Eskişehir. The nine of these inscriptions are in the Museum of Eskişehir and the two of them are in a private collection and registered with the museum.

Nr. 1 is a grave stone for Karikos, erected by his parents Karikos and Chelidon. Nr. 2 was erected by the parents Asklas and Babou and the son Nikion for Apphia, nr. 3 by the mother Nana and the daughter Lala and brothers Menogones and ……. for Asklepios, nr. 4 by the parents Montanos and Hermais for Olympias, who lived for years. Nr. 5 records Phileros, son of Chrysippos, built the tomb for his wife Stratonis and his daughter Atti- -. In nr. 6, ……, son/daughter of Philippos erected the altar with (children?) Polyainos and ……. for …… of Nearchos, ……. Sosigenes. Nr. 7 is a grave stone for Elpidephoros, who was described as demosios, and Aurelia Philete and Aurelius Eutyches, erected by his family members. Nr. 8 for Hierokles, son of Apollonios, was erected by Menas and Ouang- -. Nr. 9 is a sarcophagus decorated with reliefs for Hermolaos, who lived for 17 years. Nr. 10 is a funerary stele for Phil- -, son of Mo- - -nos, from Late Antiquity. Nr. 11 is a fragmentary inscription for Damas, son of Demetrios.

Eskişehir Müzesi’nden Yeni Yazıtlar Bu makalede 11 adet yeni yazıt tanıtılmaktadır. Bu yazıtlardan 9 tanesi bugün Eskişehir Müze-sinde bulunmakta, 2 tanesi ise müzeye bağlı bir koleksiyonerde durmaktadır. Yazıtların 10 tanesi mezar yazıtıdır. Bir tanesi (no. 11) ise bir fragmandır. Yazıtların Türkçe çevirileri şöyledir: 1. Karikos ve Khelidon oğulları Karikos’u anısı sebebiyle onurlandırdılar. 2. Ebeveynleri Asklas ve Babou ve oğlu Nikion sen Apphia’yı anısı sebebiyle onurlandırdılar. 3. Annesi Nana, kızı Lala ve erkek kardeşleri Menogenes ve - - - - - - Asklepios’u onurlandırdılar. 4. Montanos ve Hermais tatlı mı tatlı, beş yıl yaşamış olan çocukları Olympias için anısı sebebiyle (bu altarı diktiler). 5. Khrysippos oğlu Phileros karısı Stratonis ve kızı Atti- - için (bu altarı dikti). 6. Philippos oğlu/kızı filanca çocukları ? Polyainos (ve) - - - - - ile beraber ? Nearkhos’un - - - Sosi-genes ? için - - - - hatırasından ötürü (bu mezar taşını) diktiler. 7. Kamu kölesi Elpidephoros ve Aurelia Philete kendileri için yaşarken ve Aurelius Eutykhes ve Aurelius Times ve Aurelia Philete babaları; Philemon kızı Aurelia Rhodogoune kocası Aurelius Eutykhes için anısı sebebiyle (bu altarı diktiler). 8. Menas ve Ouang- - Apollonios oğlu Hierokles’i anısı sebebiyle onurlandırdılar. 9. Hermolaos ve Markiane 17 yıl yaşamış olan oğulları Hermolaos için (bu altarı diktiler). 10. Mo- - -nos oğlu Phil- - burada yatıyor. 11. Demetrios oğlu Damas.

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Orcid: 0000-0003-1789-3178
Author: Büşra KARABULUT
Institution: AKDENIZ UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Dates

Application Date : March 17, 2020
Acceptance Date : March 26, 2020
Publication Date : May 15, 2020

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