Νέες ἐπιγραφὲς ἀπὸ τὴν ΠέλλαPart of : Τεκμήρια ; Vol.6, 2001, pages 126-133
New inscriptions from Pella
This article presents three new inscriptions from the Roman colony ofPella; the first two texts were found in Pella itself, the third was found on theterritory of Pella, in the kome Gyrbiatissa. 1) A fragment of a marble basewith an honorary inscription for the emperor Septimis Severus (c. A.D. 198-210). 2) A marble funerary relief with a representation of a rider and a seatedwoman (late 2nd/early 3rd cent. A.D.); the fragmentary inscription probablygave the name of a man who set up this monument for his father (Hermas orHermanoubis) and his mother. 3) A marble stele with a representation of arider hero (c. A.D. 150-175); the stele decorated the grave of T. PubliciusSeverus.