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SEG XXXVI 376 Arcadia. Lycosura. Fragmentary Sanctuary Regulations. Ca. Second Century B.C.

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A bottom left corner of a limestone stele, found in the early 1970s, built into the chapel of Hagios Elias, situated on a hilltop, ca. 200 m. east of the archaeological site of Lycosura. The text covers less than one half of the preserved stele. The inscribed face is fairly well preserved but a fresh coat of stucco applied before August 2001 made letters at the edges difficult to read and concealed the left side. This stone is the second sacred law coming from the sanctuary of Despoina in Lycosura, the first being the better, though still imperfectly preserved, LSCG 68. The temple in Lycosura is quite small. It is flanked on the south by a small theatral area facing a side entrance.

Keywords: Arcadia; Lycosura; SEG XXXVI



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