|i.||Geographical area||Aegean Islands|
|iii.||Site||Kos town and Asklepieion.|
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CAPInv. 1882: to koinon ton peri ton Dionyson techniton ton ep' Ionias kai Hellespontou kai ton peri ton Kathegemona Dionyson kai ton synagoniston
|i.||Full name (original language)||τὸ κοινὸν τῶν περὶ τὸν Διόνυσον τεχνιτῶν τῶν ἐπ᾽ Ἰωνίας καὶ Ἑλλησπόντου καὶ τῶν περὶ τὸν Καθηγενόμα Διόνυσον καὶ τῶν συναγωνιστῶν (IG XII 4.1 124 ll. 2-6)|
|ii.||Full name (transliterated)||to koinon ton peri ton Dionyson techniton ton ep' Ionias kai Hellespontou kai ton peri ton Kathegemona Dionyson kai ton synagoniston|
|i.||Date(s)||s. ii BC|
IV. NAME AND TERMINOLOGY
|i.||Name in other forms||τὸ κοινὸν τῶν περὶ τὸν Διόνυσον τεχνιτῶν, to koinon ton peri ton Dionyson techniton (ll. 10-11)|
|Note||koinon, ll. 2, 11|
|i.||Source(s)||IG XII 4.1 124 (second half of ii BC)|
For fragment a see also:
NS 439 (ll. 1-3)
Jaccottet I no. 55
Aneziri D 15*
|Online Resources||ED 141|
|i.a.||Source type(s)||Epigraphic source(s)|
|i.b.||Document(s) typology & language/script||
Honorific decree of the Hellespontine branch of the Dionysiac technitai together with the synagonistai.
The name of the honor and is unknown except of the three first letters (Tiιμ[...], l. 7).
A laurel crown is engraved in the stele above the text of the decree.
Marble stele broken into three fragments.
A wreath is incised above the inscription.
|ii.||Source(s) provenance||Fragment a was found near the theatre in Kos. Fragments b and c were found in the Asklepieion.|
|v.||Other staff||πρεσβευταί, presbeutai l. 12|
|iv.||Honours/Other activities||The technitai honoured an unknown individual.|
The decree is dated after the Koan eponymous, in the month of Hayakinthios (ll. 1-2).
Although lines 5 and 6 are heavily restored, the reading of the name finds parallels in other decrees issued by the Pergamene sub-branch of the technitai.
|Note||The fragmentary nature of the decree provides little information about the organization and activities of the Dionysiac technitai who are otherwise well attested across the Hellenistic world; the organization of the technitai and their various branches have been studied thoroughly.|