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E01056: An unpublished Greek inscription from the south church at Akören near Anazarbos (Cilicia, south-east Asia Minor) with a reference to a certain *Andreas (probably Andrew the Apostle, S00288, or else Andreas 'Stratelates', soldier and martyr of Cilicia, S00763) as the patron of a church. Probably late antique.

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posted on 04.01.2016, 00:00 by dlambert
Gabriele Mietke mentions an unpublished inscription from the south church in Akören (Cilicia, south-eastern Asia Minor) with a reference to a saint called Andreas as the patron of a church, probably the same sanctuary where the inscription was found.

See: Mietke, G., "Monumentalisierung christilcher Heiliger in Kilikien in frühbyzantinischer Zeit", Olba 17 (2009), 120, note 9.

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Evidence ID

E01056

Saint Name

Andreas Stratelates, martyr under Maximian : S00763 Andrew, the Apostle : S00288

Type of Evidence

Inscriptions - Formal inscriptions (stone, mosaic, etc.)

Language

Greek

Evidence not before

400

Evidence not after

600

Activity not before

400

Activity not after

600

Place of Evidence - Region

Asia Minor Asia Minor

Place of Evidence - City, village, etc

Akören Anazarba

Place of evidence - City name in other Language(s)

Akören Nicomedia Νικομήδεια Nikomēdeia Izmit Πραίνετος Prainetos Nicomedia Anazarba Nicomedia Νικομήδεια Nikomēdeia Izmit Πραίνετος Prainetos Nicomedia

Cult activities - Places

Cult building - independent (church)

Bibliography

Further reading: Mietke, G., "Monumentalisierung christilcher Heiliger in Kilikien in frühbyzantinischer Zeit", Olba 17 (2009), 120, note 9.

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