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Dedication by a victor in Panhellenic festivals

IG II3 4 607 Date: 1st cent. AD
 
Face B (left)
[1] . . . Onetor (10) . . . laurel . . . Phoibos supplied . . . the choir. . . . . . . (15) . . . as much as Onetor . . . uninscribed space . . . everything
Face A (front)
To you, Patroos,[2] Onetor dedicated these apples,[3] as symbols (sēmata) of his holy Pythian victory in eloquence (euepiēs), whom Nemea, Thebes and spacious Lebadeia[4] and Mede-killing Plataia[5] adorned with [crowns] (5) and the Argive shield[6] and the breastplate (thōrēx)[7] . . . twice, and Rarian[8] . . . Phoibos, graciously receive [these gifts and] [grant it to him who worships you to offer you more prizes, lord] . . .
Fragment c
Not . . . he prayed (20) him the Council crowned . . . twelve . . . for seven . . .
Fragment d
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Fragment e
. . . (25) . . . the second . . . . . . apart; but . . . . . . with prize-bearing hand . . . fame for the sake of the fatherland . . . not . . . (30) . . . I well . . . . . . uninscribed space