A rediscovered arkhisynagogos inscription from Thessaloniki, and an intriguing Iulia Prokla
Schlagworte:Greek Inscriptions, Thessaloniki, Roman Imperial period, Private association, Posthumous honorific
In 1993, three incomplete ancient Greek inscriptions came to light in Perth, Western Australia. All were subsequently repatriated to Greece. One from the Roman Imperial period was unpublished, and remained so until very recently. It mentions a citizen of Thessaloniki who is arkhisynagogos of a private association which memorialises a fellow-member. The mention of a certain Iulia Prokla suggests that she may be known from another inscription from that city, and possibly also from one in Rome.
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