Zeus : a study in ancient religion . Fig. 979. no temple but only an open-air altar^—presumably that detected by J. Schram-men on the highest point of the hilP. When it was decided to institute the cultof Trajan, who himself had some pretensions to the name of Zeus*, the best is borne out by Dion Cass. 51. 20 koI ^Xa^ov Kai oi Uepyafirjvol tov ayCova rov Upov{jivoixacTfJiivov iirl rr) rod vaou avTov {sc. Avyo^ffTOv) Ti/ULrj iroLetv. 1 E. L. Hicks T/ze Collection of Ancient Greek Inscriptions in the British Mtcsewniii. 2. 233 f. Oxford 1890 no. 605, 9 Tpatdieia Aei^tXeta ev TLepydjucx} dvdpQiv

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Zeus : a study in ancient religion . Fig. 979. no temple but only an open-air altar^—presumably that detected by J. Schram-men on the highest point of the hilP. When it was decided to institute the cultof Trajan, who himself had some pretensions to the name of Zeus*, the best is borne out by Dion Cass. 51. 20 koI ^Xa^ov Kai oi Uepyafirjvol tov ayCova rov Upov{jivoixacTfJiivov iirl rr) rod vaou avTov {sc. Avyo^ffTOv) Ti/ULrj iroLetv. 1 E. L. Hicks T/ze Collection of Ancient Greek Inscriptions in the British Mtcsewniii. 2. 233 f. Oxford 1890 no. 605, 9 Tpatdieia Aei^tXeta ev TLepydjucx} dvdpQiv
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Zeus : a study in ancient religion . Fig. 979. no temple but only an open-air altar^—presumably that detected by J. Schram-men on the highest point of the hilP. When it was decided to institute the cultof Trajan, who himself had some pretensions to the name of Zeus*, the best is borne out by Dion Cass. 51. 20 koI ^Xa^ov Kai oi Uepyafirjvol tov ayCova rov Upov{jivoixacTfJiivov iirl rr) rod vaou avTov {sc. Avyo^ffTOv) Ti/ULrj iroLetv. 1 E. L. Hicks T/ze Collection of Ancient Greek Inscriptions in the British Mtcsewniii. 2. 233 f. Oxford 1890 no. 605, 9 Tpatdieia Aei^tXeta ev TLepydjucx} dvdpQiv Trvyjix{rju-),where Hicks wrongly supposes that the games may have been endowed by one AicpiXos(sic). Aei0tXeia, as M. Frankel loc. cit. saw, are the games of Zei)s 4>iXios. 2 M. Frankel Die htschriften von Perganion {= Pergamon viii. 2) Berlin 1895 ii. 206.^ Supra i. 120 f. fig. 89. ^ A fragmentary inscription from Hermione speaks of Trajan as Zeus Embaterios {Corp. inscr. Gr. i no. i2i^ = /nscr. Gr. Pelop. i no. 701 | [K]aiVa

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