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L. Calpurnius Piso, Moles son of Moles, and emperor worship: statue bases from the upper agora at Oinoanda

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 December 2013

N.P. Milner
Affiliation:
Institute of Classical Studies, London
C.F. Eilers
Affiliation:
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario

Abstract

In the course of the late Alan Hall's survey of Oinoanda, a Graeco-Roman city of northern Lycia, between 1974 and 1983, further survey work at the site led by Stephen Mitchell in 1994 and excavations in 1997 led by the Director of Fethiye Museum, İbrahim Malkoç, and Martin Ferguson Smith, many architectural, historical and epigraphical questions have been answered or at least clarified. Other questions, however, await further fieldwork, to be carried out by others, at what is a very beautiful and forested, but rubble-strewn, waterless, and relatively inaccessible, site. In the meantime, progress can be made with the unpublished records and notes of previous campaigns. This article presents five inscribed statue bases, or their remnants, in context from the upper agora of Oinoanda.

Özet

Kuzey Likya'da Greko-Roman bir kent olan Oinoanda'da önce 1974 ve 1983 yıllarında merhum Alan Hall, ardından 1994 yılında Stephen Mitchell tarafından yürütülen yüzey araştırmaları ve daha sonra 1997 yılında Fethiye Müzesi müdürü İbrahim Malkoç ve Martin Ferguson Smith tarafından yapılan kazılarla birçok mimari, tarihi ve epigrafik sorunun yanıtı bulunmuş, ya da en azından sorulması gereken sorular netleşmiştir. Ancak geriye kalan soruların yanıtlanabilmesi için bu çok güzel, ormanlık ama moloz dolu, sussuz ve ulaşımı nispeten zor ören yerinde başka ve daha fazla arazi çalışmasının yapılması gerekmektedir. Bu yapılancaya kadar önceki çalışmalara ait yayınlanmamış kayıtlar ve notlarla konuya katkıda bulunmak mümkündür. Bu bağlamda incelenen ve Oinoanda Yukarı Agorasında bulunan beş adet yazıtlı heykel kalıntısı bu makalenin konusunu oluşturmaktadır.

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Copyright © The British Institute at Ankara 2006

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