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Description: quadrangular base of white stone; twodepressions on top where statue stood; inscription on front: "Hippon (dedicates) Epinika the daughter of Nikias to Zeus and Trephonios"; IG VII.3080 on one face, IG VII.3081 on opposite face

0.25 m (height), 0.85 m (width), 0.85 m (depth)

Create Date: 230-150 BC (Larfeld), beginning of 3rd c. BC (Albrecht)

Discovery: Lebadeia(November 1880)(Note: in foundation of house of Konstantinos Tomaras, NW of town; on same base as IG VII.3090 (base of Epinice))

Original Location: Lebadeia

Current Location: unknown

(Note: Khaironeia museum cat. #65)
Bibliography: Inscriptiones Graecae; P. Stamatakis"Epigraphai Boiotias anekdotoi" in Athenaion9(1881)362; W. Larfeld(1883)Berlin6672b; H. Collitz et aliiSammlung der griechischen Dialekt-InschriftenI(1884-1915)Göttingen165430; L.A. Turner(1994)Diss., Univ. of Pennsylvania152264(Note: provides English translation)

. . . being archo n, Saon the son of Sokrateis d edicates his ow n sla ve-
boy Athanon to Zeus Basileus and to Trephonieus to be consecrated the enti re
time from this day, not belonging to Saon himself nor to any
other in any way. But if someone should lay claim to Athanon or otherwise wro ng him
in any way, let them act as advocate and come forward on his behalf, the priests and th e
hierarchs, those for the time being, and, of others, whoever is willing. Witnesse s:
Sokrateis the son of Saon , Eubolos the son of Sokrateis , Nikarkhos and Kraton the sons of Eunostid as .