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Syndexios

Iουλιανος

Ioulianos

Soldier of the Legio XVI Flavia Firma Antoniana stationed at Dura Europos.

  • Franz Cumont poses in front of the main altar at the Mithraeum of Dura Europos

    Franz Cumont poses in front of the main altar at the Mithraeum of Dura Europos
    Yale University 

Biography
of Iουλιανος

TNMP 231

Ioulianos was one of the soldiers of the Legio XVI Flavia Firma Antoniana stationed at Dura Europos in the first quarter of the third century. On the pediment of the entrance door to a naos adjacent to the Dolichenum at Dura Europos in Syria, he engraved an inscription to Zeus Helios Mithras, 'the most high saint who hears the prayers Tourmasgade'.

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Inscription to Tourmasgade of Dura Europos

TNMM 661

This inscription by a certain Ioulianos, found at the entrance to the Dolichenum at Dura Europos, bears an inscription to Zeus Helios Mithras et Tourmasgade.

Διὶ Ἡλίῳ / Μίθρᾳ άγί/ῳ ὑψίστῳ / ἐπηκόῳ / Τουρμασγά/δη [---] Ἰου/[λιαν-]ὸς στρα(τιώτης) / [λε]γ(εῶνος) ις´ Φ(λαουίας) Φ(ίρμης) / [Ἀν]τωνινια/νῆς.
To Zeus Helios Mithras most high saint who hears the prayers Tourmasgade, [---] Ioulianos, soldier of the legion XVI Flavia Firma Antoniana.

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