Nallıhan Çevresinden Yeni Yazıtlar: Sulpicii Ailesi

Fatma AVCU   116–121

 

Abstract: In this article four funerary inscriptions, gathered from the various villages of Nallıhan and preserved today in the garden of the Nallıhan Ayhan Sümer Cultural Center, that record the names of individuals belonging to the same family are investigated. These inscriptions were found in the survey conducted by the Ankara Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Nallıhan territory. The Sulpicius family name is recorded in these inscriptions but the exact kinship within this family is unclear. No. 1 records Servius Sulpicius Pistos’s epitaph was raised by his wife. No. 2 records the epitaph raised by Sulpicia Olympias for his husband n.n. No. 3 records Sulpicius Eutychion’s epitaph but by whom this epitaph was raised is unknown as the inscription is damaged. No. 4 having μαντεία ἀστρικῆς, shows the son, Demosthenes raised the epitaph for his mother Olympias and his father.

Keywords: Sulpicii; Nallıhan; Iuliopolis; funerary inscriptions.

 

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