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    Part of a gold diadem inscribed in Greek with the name of Tiberius Claudius Artemidorus,  famous athlete of 67 - 98 AD. 
Findspot Naukratis, Found by locals looting the site between 1884-5 “south-west of the town at a high part, lying in the loose dust among the houses.” 
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    Part of a gold diadem inscribed in Greek with the name of Tiberius Claudius Artemidorus,  famous athlete of 67 - 98 AD. 

    Findspot Naukratis, Found by locals looting the site between 1884-5 “south-west of the town at a high part, lying in the loose dust among the houses.” 

    The British Musuem

     
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