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Description: fragments of a base or quadrangular altar of dark grey-blue stone; decorated with olive branches and heads of deer, joined by garlands; IG VII.3356-3365 on front, 3366-3372 on right face, 3373-3374 on left face

fragments a-b: 0.465 m (height), 0.87 m (width), 0.455 m (depth); fragment c: missing; fragment d: 0.51 m (height), 0.60 m (width), 0.38 m (depth); fragment e: 0.68 m (height), 0.165-0.272 m (width), 0.32 m (max. depth)

Create Date: 200-150 BC (Larfeld, Albrecht)

Discovery: Khaironeia (Kaprouna, Kapraina), built into foundations of house in NE of village, near/along carriage road(1871)

Original Location: Khaironeia

Current Location: Khaironeia museum(23 July 1995)(Note: cat. #123)

(Note: on fragment a; now illegible)
Bibliography: Inscriptiones Graecae; P. Stamatakis"Epigraphai Boiotias anekdotoi" in Athenaion9(1881)356-59d'1.3(October 1995)Peter J. Kastor(Note: Image manipulated with XV color editor)

( (Being archon Kritolaos ), in the month of (Hermaios) (on the fifteenth) ),
Milon the son of Hippinos and Telemakhis the daughter of Euboulos dedicate their own slave Zopyros
as consecrated to Serapis, him having remained with them without complaint, they making the dedication
through the council according to the law.