Dedication commemorating athletic victories in major festivals

IG II3 4 628 Date: After 217 AD
Lucius Septimius Aurelius S[erapion?] of Alexandria,[1] having been victorious at the Panhellenia[2] in the men’s stadium foot-race (stadion) and at the Panathenaia, comprehensive victor [in the men's competitions?] at the major Games (periodos),[3] (5) head of the training school (xustarchēs) . . . by . . . [4]