Marble monumental Greek inscription; upper part of decree; six lines of inscription; left edge preserved; broken at back; on top is a shallow sinking, probably intended to receive a small statue. A decree set up probably in honour of Germanicus Caesar on behalf of Kalymna and possibly Kos.


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Acquired From
Stratford de Redcliffe to The British Museum
Found, Excavated, Collected By
Newton, Charles Thomas


Found In
Temple of Apollo


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