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1243 : Grave stele of Eukarpos and Philoxenos.

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Pentelic marble. Found in Athens.
The stele has the form of a naiskos. The names of the deceased are
inscribed on the epistyle. Eukarpos and his brother Philoxenos,
sons of Philoxenos of Miletos, were farmers, as is clear from
the ploughshare carved on the pediment, the lagobolon
(stick to throw at hares) held by Eukarpos, and the two oxen behind him.
After the middle of the 2nd cent. A.D.

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