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From Apollonia, Illyria. Early 2nd century A.D.

Dedicatory inscription honouring T. Flavios Philonides, set up by his brother M. Pedou(kios) Genthianos, and his daughters Fl(avia) Genthis and Fl(avia) Phiale.

The name Genthios is Illyrian; here it is attested in the extended form Genthianos, and the feminine form Genthis. The praenomen and nomen of Philonides are lost, but can be deduced from the nomen of his daughters.
Museum of Apollonia inv. 662

LGPN III A Φιλωνιδης (2); Γενθιανος (1); Γενθις (1); Φιαλη (1).



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