1 [— — — . . 5 . . ] ἀ̣νέθεκεν [— — — . . . . ]αιος [— — — Ἀθ]εναῖος [— — — . ] μεγάλος. 4a vacat 0.025 5 [Μί]κον    [Φ]ανομάχο     ἐποίεσε.

1 [— — — . . 5 . . ] dedicated [— — — . . . . ]ian [— — — Ath]enian [— — — . ] the great. 4a vacat 0.025 5 [Mi]kon [son of Ph]anomachos made"

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1 [— — — . . 5 . . ] a dédicacé [— — — . . . . ]ian [— — — Ath]énien [— — — . ] le grand 4a vacat 0.025 5 [Mi]kon [fils de Ph]anomachos l'a fait"

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Commentary

PH996 = IG I3, 881 = IG I2, 534 = IG I, 418

A stoichedon dedicatory inscription on the now lost right part of a marble statue basis (Pentelic marble, h. 0,60 m., l. 0,88 m., w. 0,75 m.), embedded into the opisthodomos of the Parthenon. The inscription is dated to ca. 450-440 BCE.

See another dedicatory inscription of, most probably, the same Kallias, also from Athens, dated to 450-430 BCE, containing a list of his victories in all four major Panhellenic games, as well as the Great Panathenaia. (see text 158; PH1009 = IG I3, 893 = IG I2, 606 = IG I, 419)

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Bibliography

First published in Kyriakos S. Pittakés, L’ancienne Athènes, ou, La description des antiquités d’Athènes et de ses environs, Athens: E. Antoniades, 1835, pp. 389-390.

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