Fragment of a stele-door, Middle of the 3rd century, Acmonia (Phrygia), western flank of the hill, Marble, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire (Musée du Cinquantenanire, Brussels, Belgium). Made with CapturingReality.
A left, the remains of the frame of a door, to three crowns, Their presence is explained by the inscription, on this fragment as well as on an aufre, known thanks to a copy, but found only in 1933. The owner of the tomb began his career with the archives and treasury of the State , to be crowned then agoranome and strategist by the council and the people, as indicated by the Brussels fragment. Lastly, the gerontia, the college of old men, awarded a crown to the deceased, for having built, beside the market of which he was formerly responsible, the public weighing, which was joined by a bureau of weights and measures.
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