Phaselis’ten İmparator Lucius Verus İçin Yeni Bir Adak Yazıtı

Nihal TÜNER ÖNEN   874–881

 

Abstract: During the 2012 survey campaign conducted in Phaselis on the south shore of Asia Minor an inscription broken into two pieces was found between the south harbour and the south-west mountainside of the acropolis, on the side of the wall near the modern path leading from Had­rian’s Gate towards the south harbour. The inscription, a votive offering to emperor Lucius Aure­lius Verus, was dedicated by the boule and demos of Phaseleites. It mentions a visit (epibaterion) of the emperor to the city, probably during his Eastern Campaigns, as the reason for the dedication. The article looks into the stopover of Lucius Verus in Phaselis during the years 162–166 and the city’s preparations for it. Some previously published inscriptions from the city are re-examined in the light of the new document.

Keywords: Phaselis; Lucius Aurelius Verus; Eastern Campaigns; epibaterion.

 

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