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From a stele, SEG 29.340, which records several victories to Lucius' name, who claims to be a periodonikes; dating based upon discussion Farrington (2012), 139-40 note 435, based on style and the lack of reference to some important 2nd century festivals. Note that the stele differentiates between the Isthmia (set in a crown) and the Kaisareia at Corinth on the lower pediment. The Aspis of Argos is mentioned in coronis as being won twice and twice in scutis and also mentioned in the text. Assumedly he won this competition twice. - PK According to Weir (2004), Corinthus had two sons who were, respectively, a pythaulos and choraulos.
While he claims to be a periodonikes, Olympia is not mentioned in the inscription itself; the other festivals (Nemea, Isthmia and Pythia are) - PS
Same as Person ID 321