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Octavian requests the Ephesians to return a statue of Eros dedicated by his father Julius to Aphrodite in the city of Aphrodisias
An inscription honouring Antonia Minor and the Julio-Claudian lineage in Ilium (Troia) calls Livilla “Aphrodite of Anchises”
Transcript of a speech of the emperor Claudius about the admission of Gallic provincials to the Roman Senate

A member of the elite of Termessos (southern Anatolia) and priest of the goddess Roma Augusta, is honoured for acting as curator of the city of Sagalassos.

Marcus Aurelius and Commodus instruct what type of imperial images needed to be produced by the recently instituted Athenian gerousia in order to facilitate their display and transportation.
Marcus Aurelius and Commodus instruct what type of imperial images needed to be produced by the recently instituted Athenian gerousia in order to facilitate their display and transportation.

The public institutions of Lycia and Pamphylia petitioned Maximinus Daia, one of the Tetrarchs, to prohibit Christianity on charges of atheism, insanity and defiance.

A typical city in Asia Minor drafts a resolution concerning illegal banking activities and local legal procedures. The fragmentary decree includes an acclamation and several messages extolling the Roman emperors and the eternity of their rule.
Nero proclaims the “freedom” of Greece in a speech during the Isthmian games and the city of Akraiphiai prepares a decree in honour of the emperor, who is referred to as Zeus “the liberator”
A funerary text inscribed on a sarcophagus of Aphrodisias records the change of nomenclature caused by the Constitutio Antoniniana.
The inhabitants of Paphlagonia and the Roman traders among them swear an oath of loyalty to Caesar Augustus
 Octavian sends several letters to the city of Rhosos concerning the rights and privileges granted to his sea-captain Seleukos 

A dedication of slaves in the sanctuary of the Mother of Gods in Leukopetra (Macedonia) records a new Roman citizen following the regulation of the provincial governor in 213 CE, i.e.

A member of the local elite of Termessos is honoured for having led a group of allies dispatched to the emperor Marcus Aurelius.
The provincial governor of Asia tries to curb corruption in the internal affairs of Ephesus and the temple of Artemis. His actions are connected with the emperor Claudius.

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