Inscriptions

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A local benefactor and priest of the imperial cult is honoured in both Rhodes and Caria for his piety towards the emperor
The governor Fulvius Asticus comments on the Price Edict decreed by Diocletian and his colleagues in the Tetrarchy.
A local decree specifies the clauses of a foundation given by Praxias, which was to be protected in the eternity of Roman rule and guarded by the Augusti

The city of Cyzicus decrees that the kings of Thrace and Antonia Tryphaena are to be honoured because the emperor Gaius (Caligula) has confirmed their rule

Establishment of the first agonistic festival in Gerasa for the salvation of Trajan
Villagers from Thrace petitioned the emperor Gordian III to end abuses from soldiers that threatened their ancestral homes.
Hadrian respectfully recommends the admission of his sea-captain to the Ephesian council.
Hadrian restores the ancient lands of Zeus in Aizanoi using Hellenistic precedents and members of his administration
Hadrian visits Ephesus and the city prepares a performance of hymns sung by the local ephebes.
Hadrian accepts the position of prophêtês in Didyma and sends a letter to Miletus highlighting his piety and benefactions
Hadrian issues an edict to prevent the abuse by soldiers crossing Asia during one of his imperial visits
The governor of Arabia, Titus Haterius Nepos, is honoured as a benefactor after the Bar Kokhba revolt.

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