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LSA-1

Lost base for bronze statue of Sextus Claudius Petronius Probus, praetorian prefect. Athens (Achaea). 368-388

Εἰκόνι χαλκείῃ σε Πρόβον τὸν ὓπαρχον, Ἀθήναις / Ἀντόλιος <στῆ>σεν, Ἑλλάδος ἀνθύπατος

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Marble Height(cm):
Current Location: Lost
Honorand: Sextus Petronius Probus Position: Civilian Imperial Office-Holders
Awarded By: Anatolius Position: Provincial Governors
Main Reference: Inscriptiones Graecae, II/III(2) 13275


LSA-2

Base for statue of Theodorus, governor of Achaea. Athens (Achaea). 379-395

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Marble Height(cm): 79
Current Location: Athens, Church of Agia Aikaterini, under the altar table
Honorand: Theodorus Position: Provincial Governors
Awarded By: Themistocles with the consent of the city Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Main Reference: Inscriptiones Graecae, II/III(2) 13276


LSA-3

Portrait head of man with long hair and beard. Constantinople. Mid-fourth to sixth century.

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Marble Height(cm): 19.5
Current Location: Archaeological Museum, Istanbul, inv. no. 73.26
Honorand: Position:
Awarded By: Position:
Main Reference: Firatli, N., La sculpture Byzantine figurée au Musée Archéologique d'Istanbul, Istanbul, 1990, 15, no. 22, pl. 11


LSA-4

Porphyry group of armoured Tetrarchs. From Constantinople (now Venice). 293-305.

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Porphyry Height(cm): 136
Current Location: Venice, S. Marco
Honorand: Diocletian, Maximian, Galerius, Constantius I Position: Emperors
Awarded By: Position:
Main Reference: Delbrueck, R., Antike Porphyrwerke. Studien zur spätantiken Kunstgeschichte, vol. 6, Berlin 1932, 84-91, pls.32,33b, and 34c-d, figs. 31-33


LSA-5

Lost base for statue of Constantius I, emperor. Aigion (Achaea). 293-305

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Unknown Height(cm):
Current Location: Lost
Honorand: Constantius I Position: Emperors
Awarded By: The city of Aigion Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Main Reference: Rizakis, A. D., Achaie III. Les cités achéennes: épigraphie et histoire (ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 55), Athens 2008, 190 no. 130


LSA-6

Base for statue of Publilius Optatianus, governor of Achaea. Sparta (Achaea). 325-329

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Marble Height(cm): 31
Current Location: Not recorded
Honorand: Publilius Optatianus Position: Provincial Governors
Awarded By: The city of Sparta Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Main Reference: Feissel, D. & Philippidis-Braat, A., Inventaires en vue d’un recueil des inscriptions historiques de Byzance, 3. Inscriptions du Péloponnèse, (à l’exception de Mistra)., Travaux et mémoires, 9, Paris 1985, 267-395, 284-5 no. 22


LSA-7

Portrait head of man with short beard. Sparta. Late third to early fourth century

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Marble Height(cm): 26
Current Location: Sparti museum inv. no. 4856
Honorand: Unknown Position:
Awarded By: Unknown Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Main Reference: Datsoule-Stavride, A., Romaika Portraita sto Mouseio tes Spartes, Athens 1987, 26 no. 4856 pl. 57-58c


LSA-8

Bust of woman with headdress and scroll. Constantinople? (now Metropolitan Museum). Late fourth to early fifth century.

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Marble Height(cm): 53
Current Location: New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, inv. no. 66.25
Honorand: Position:
Awarded By: Position:
Main Reference: Weitzmann, K. (ed.), Age of spirituality : late antique and early Christian art, third to seventh century : catalogue of the exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, November 19, 1977, through February 12, 1978, New York 1979, 292-5, no. 272 (AD 500-525)


LSA-9

Portrait head of a bearded man. Sparta. Late third to early fourth century.

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Marble Height(cm): 31
Current Location: Sparti museum inv. no. 3964
Honorand: Unknown Position:
Awarded By: Unknown Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Main Reference: Datsoule-Stavride, A., Romaika Portraita sto Mouseio tes Spartes, Athens 1987, p. 28 no. 3964 figs. 66-67c


LSA-10

Base for statue of Aspar, probably Flavius Ardabur Aspar, magister militum. Ulpia Augusta Traiana (Thracia). Probably 424-471

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Local stone Height(cm): 173
Current Location: Regional Historical Museum of Stara Zagora.
Honorand: Aspar Position: Military Office-Holders
Awarded By: City of Augusta Traiana Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Main Reference: Mihailov, G., Inscriptiones Graecae in Bulgaria Repertae, Vol. III.: Inscriptiones inter Haemum et Rhodopem Repertae. Fasciculus Posterior : A Territorio Philippopolitano usque ad Oram Ponticam , Sofia 1964, no. 1580 pl. 20


LSA-11

Columnar base for statue of Eusebius, possibly governor of Palaestina. Caesarea Maritima (Palaestina I). Fourth to fifth century

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Granite Height(cm): 238
Current Location: Caesarea Museum
Honorand: Eusebius Position: Provincial Governors
Awarded By: Alypius Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Main Reference: Lehmann, C. M. and K. G. Holum, The Greek and Latin inscriptions of Caesarea Maritima, Boston 2000, no. 26 pl. XXVI, XXVII


LSA-12

Columnar base for gilded bronze statue of Nomus, possibly governor of Palaestina. Caesarea Maritima (Palaestina I). Earlier fourth century

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Granite Height(cm): 189
Current Location: Old City , western side of the Inner Harbour
Honorand: Nomus Position: Civilian Imperial Office-Holders
Awarded By: City of Caesarea Maritima Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Main Reference: Lehmann, C. M. and K. G. Holum, The Greek and Latin inscriptions of Caesarea Maritima, Boston 2000, no. 25 pl. XXVI


LSA-13

Dedication to Zeno, emperor, just possibly for statue. Salona (Dalmatia). 474-491

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Marble Height(cm):
Current Location: Solin, museum inv. no. 401 B (piece a) and 364 A (piece b)
Honorand: Zeno Position: Emperors
Awarded By: Unknown Position: Unknown
Main Reference: Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , III suppl. 2, 14684(1)


LSA-14

Base for statue of Diocletian, emperor. Gerasa (Arabia). 284-305

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Unknown Height(cm):
Current Location: Not recorded
Honorand: Diocletian Position: Emperors
Awarded By: Domitius Antoninus Position: Provincial Governors
Main Reference: Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum; , III suppl 2, 14156(2)


LSA-15

Torso of male statue, wearing chlamys. Corinth (Achaea). Late fourth to early fifth century

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Marble Height(cm): 94
Current Location: Corinth Museum Cloister inv. no. S-903.
Honorand: Unknown Position: Provincial Governors
Awarded By: Unknown Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Main Reference: Gehn, U., Ehrenstatuen in der Spätantike. Chlamydati und Togati, Wiesbaden 2012, 470-3 cat. no. O 39


LSA-16

Plaque from base for statue of Diocletian, emperor. Corinth (Achaea). 284-305

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Marble Height(cm): 38
Current Location: Corinth I-193A-193B-194-196-200-202A-202B-214-215-216-217-218-219A-219B-219C-232-253
Honorand: Diocletian Position: Emperors
Awarded By: Lucius Sulpicius Paulus Position: Provincial Governors
Main Reference: Brown West, A., Latin inscriptions, 1896-1926: Corinth VIII, 2, Princeton 1931, Nr. 23


LSA-17

Base for statue of Memmius Pontius Ptolemaeus Parnasius, patron of the city. Corinth (Achaea). Mid-fourth century ?

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Marble Height(cm): 102
Current Location: Corinth, Museum inv. no. 1115
Honorand: Memmius Pontius Ptolemaeus signo Parnasius Position: Patrons
Awarded By: Aurelius Eutychianus, by decree of the city council (boule) Position: Provincial Cities, their Institutions and Officials
Main Reference: Kent, J. H., The inscriptions, 1926-1950: Corinth VIII, 3, Princeton 1966, p. 163-4 no. 502 pl. 42


LSA-18

Part of columnar base for statue of Theodorus, possibly a governor. Corinth (Achaea). Late third to fourth century

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Type of Evidence: Inscribed base Material: Marble Height(cm): 37
Current Location: Corinth, Museum inv. no. 1768
Honorand: Theodorus Position: Provincial Governors
Awarded By: Name lost Position: Unknown
Main Reference: Kent, J. H., The inscriptions, 1926-1950: Corinth VIII, 3, Princeton 1966, no. 517


LSA-19

Torso of male statue wearing chlamys and holding scroll. Corinth (Achaea). Later fifth century.

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Marble Height(cm): 63
Current Location: Corinth Museum Roman Gallery, inv. no. S-822
Honorand: Unknown Position: Provincial Governors
Awarded By: Unknown Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Main Reference: Gehn, U., Ehrenstatuen in der Spätantike. Chlamydati und Togati, Wiesbaden 2012, 475-8 no. O 41


LSA-20

Bust of draped male, possibly wearing chlamys. Corinth (Achaea). Late fourth to fifth century

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Type of Evidence: Surviving statuary Material: Local stone Height(cm): 33
Current Location: Corinth museum inv. no. S-1141
Honorand: Unknown Position: Provincial Governors
Awarded By: Unknown Position: Awarder Unknown or Uncertain
Main Reference: Gehn, U., Ehrenstatuen in der Spätantike. Chlamydati und Togati, Wiesbaden 2012, 473-4 no. O 40

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