1465 : Stele with an ephebic list. Pentelic marble.
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Found in Athens. The relief representation at the top of the stele depicts the
kosmetes Aurelius Dositheos, flanked by two youths who crown him, each
holding a palm branch, a symbol of victory. The inscription occupying the larger part of the
stele contains a list of the officials of the Gymnasium and the ephebes, by tribe.
At the bottom of the stele are depicted relief ships, denoting the naval battle contest in which
the ephebes had participated. About AD 212/13
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire