|Contributors:||Plutarchus||Title:||Honorary epigram to the Praetorian Prefect Herculius by the sophist Plutarchus (AD 408-410). Entrance to the Library of Hadrian, Athens||Start date:||408||End date:||410||Historical Period:||Early Byzantine/Late Antique Period||Description:||
Honorary epigram to the Praetorian Prefect Herculius by the sophist Plutarchus (AD 408-410). Inscribed on the left side of the entrance to the Library of Hadrian, above the original statue (lost). Text: “Plutarchus, the treasurer (and dispenser) of speech(es) and sophist, set up (the statue of) Heraclius, the treasurer of laws, the upright perfect.”
|Size:||H. 0.57. W. 1.53||Place:||Hadrian's Library, Greece||Languages:||Greek, Ancient (to 1453)||Medium:||marble (rock)||Project:||BYZART Project||Fond:||OUC Georgios Deligiannakis Archive||Physical type:||inscriptions||Material and technique:||carving (processes)||Data provider:||Open University of Cyprus||License:|
|Appears in Collections:||BYZART|
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