Endowment of AkousilaosPuech, Orateurs 1 Date: ca. 112-114 AD
For Good Fortune . . . Akousilaos of Azenia having left [the city] a hundred thousand [(denarii) in his will (diathēkēn)] for the purchase (agorasin) of estates (chōriōn), [in the consulship of Settidius] Firmus and Claudius Severus (112),, and Claudius - and . . . (5) . . . having counted [the silver] out to the financial treasurers (argurotamiais), [and? Avidius] [Nigrinus] the legate and propraetor (presbeutou kai antistratēgou) . . . . . . to Glaukias, [the testator (diathemenou)] having desired that the financial treasurers [would lend out (ekdaneisai) the money] until [the estates] were purchased [and would] [deposit (katatheinai) the income (prosodon)], which was delivered each year . . . (10) . . . Avidius Nigrinus the [legate and propraetor] [having - about the purchased] estates on the boundaries . . . . . . both on the price (teimēn) . . . . . . of Glaukias . . . . . . the terms . . . (15) . . . . . . the heirs (klēronomoi) . . .