Festival: ex Argous aspis in Argos (Argeia)

Festival ID: 163
Festival Name: ex Argous aspis
Festival Place: Argos (Argeia)
List of Participants:
([hieronikes])
[athlete] from (Attica?)
Helenos son of Iason from Halasarna? (Kos)
Marcus Aurelius Ptolemaios from Argos (Argeia)
Onetor from Athens (Attica)
([athlete])
([wrestler])
Marcus Aurelius Epaphrodeitos from Tlos (Lycia)
Photion son of Karpion from Laodikeia?
Marcus Aurelius Asklepiades (Hermodoros) son of Marcus Aurelius Demetrios (Harpokration) from Alexandria (Egypt)
Tiberius Claudius Kallimorphos son of Tiberius Claudius Agathangelos from Aphrodisias (Caria)
Titus Flavius Archibios from Alexandria (Egypt)
Gaius Iulius Bassos from Miletos (Ionia)
Titus Flavius Metrobios son of Demetrios from Iasos (Caria)
Valerius Eklektos from Sinope (Pontus)
([athlete])
Quintus Julius Dionysios from Katane (Sicily)
([musician])
Titus Aelius Aurelius Maron (the Halter; the Jumper) from Kalykadnos (Cilicia)
Marcus Aurelius Hermagoras from Magnesia on the Sipylos (Lydia)
Publius Aelius Heliodoros from Kalykadnos (Cilicia)
Publius Aelius Ailianos from Salamis (Cyprus)
Marcus Tullius [...] from Apamea-Myrleia (Bithynia)
[Athenaios] son of [Ale]xandros from Rhamnous (Attica)
Marcus Ju<s>tius Marcianus Rufus (Eioutios, Iutius) from Sinope (Pontus)
([wrestler]) from Sparta? (Lakonia)
Marcus Ulpius Heliodoros son of Diodoros from Attaleia? (Pamphylia)
([athlete]) from Athens? (Attica)
Titus Flavius Artemidoros son of Artemidoros from Adana (Cilicia)
Titus Flavius Asklep[i... from Miletos (Ionia)
Titus Flavius Hermogenes (Hippos) son of Apollonios from Xanthos (Lycia)
Marcus Aurelius Antonius Lucius from Smyrna (Ionia)
Ariston from Kos? (Kos)
Lucius Cornelius Corinthus from Corinth (Corinthia)
([runner/pentathlete]) from (Asia)
Marcus Aurelius O[...]lon from Ankyra (Galatia)
Gaius Antonius Septimius Poplios from Pergamon (Mysia)
Marcus Aurelius Abas from Adada (Pisidia)
Marcus Aurelius Demostratos Damas from Sardis (Lydia)
Comment: Likely the same as the elsewhere attested 'Heraia ex Argous aspis' The inscription first published in Robert's DAMM, pp. 101-105 records the festival as τὴν ἐν Ἄργε[ι] / ἀσπίδα (ll. 11-12)