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Dedication commemorating victories in Panhellenic festivals

IG II3 4 614 Date: ca. 175-200 AD
 
Marcus Tullius [[-]][1] of Apamea in Bithynia, Athenian, Corinthian, Smyrnaean, first and only boxer (puktōn) ever (5) to win victories in the sequence: Panhellenia, Olympia, Isthmia, Hadrianeia, at Rome.[2]
In agonistic crowns[3] Crowns 1 and 2 Olympia twice (10) in Pisa
Crown 3 Isthmi- a
Crowns 4 and 5 Panhel- (15) lenia[12] twice (10) at Athens
Crown 6 Nemei- a
Crowns 7 and 8 (20) At Nea- polis twice at the Sebasta[4]
Crown 9 Panathe- (25) naia
Crown 10 At Smyr- na at the Provincial Games of Asia[5]
Crown 11 (30) . . . . . .
Crown 12 Capito- line Games[6]
Crowns 13 and 14 At Ephe- (35) sos [twice] . . .
Crown 15 . . . . . .
Crown 16 (40) At Perga- mon at the Augus- teia[7]
Crown 17 . . . (45) . . . . . . . . .
Crown 18 . . . . . . (50) . . . . . .
Crowns 19 and 20 . . . . . . . . . (55) twice . . . . . .
Crown 21 In shield [and at] [the Shield(-Games)] (60) [of Argos][8]
I was victorious in thirty-five contests (agōnas) for monetary prizes and prizes of a talent;[9] I died at the age of thirty-two and three months.
Marcus Tullius Euthyches with his son and his brother[10] (65) made it.
The plot (topon) was donated by M(arcus)? Leitori(u)s.[11]