I. Eph. 1615:
- With one exception, the athlete does not mention the discipline in which he competed. At the forelast, he mentions πυγμή (pugme). Moretti therefore denotes him 'pugilato?' (with questionmark), whereas Gouw writes 'pale or pagkration, pugme'
- According to Moretti, the phrase in l. 13 'epoihsa de kai Olympia ta en Peisei hiera' means that the competition ended in a draw. Gouw suggests that his competitor was the famous boxer Marcus Aurelius Hermogenes, for whom a competition dated to 177 CE also ended in a draw.
- The last line of the inscription reads 'ἐτειμήθην ἀνδριάντι καὶ βουλῇ' (I was honoured with a statue and by the counsel)
- As the first lines of the inscription are damaged, it is unclear what he has won [— κατ]ὰ τὸ ἑξῆς (in a row).