Person: ([pantomime?]) from Magnesia on the Meander (Ionia)

Person ID: 464
Alternative Name: [pantomime?]
Place of Origin: Magnesia on the Meander (Ionia)
Date Range: 130 to 190
List of Festivals:
Ephesea in Ephesos (Ionia)
Eusebeia in Puteoli (Italy)
Sebasta in Neapolis (Italy)
List of Events:
Pythia in ___ on ( 130 to 190 )
Isthmia in ___ on ( 130 to 190 )
Leukophryenea in ___ on ( 130 to 190 )
Ephesea in Ephesos (Ionia) on ( 130 to 190 )
Sebasta in Neapolis (Italy) on ( 130 to 190 )
Eusebeia in Puteoli (Italy) on ( 130 to 190 )
Isthmia in ___ on ( 130 to 190 )
List of References:
I.Magnesia 192
List of Prosopographies:
Farrington (2012), no. 5.8
Comment: According to the inscription, the man was liked by the Romans and honoured by emperors Antoninus, Commodus, and Lucius Verus, and even by empress Faustina (ll. 6-11). Also, he was honoured with statues by the people of Ephesus, the Troads, the people from Antiochia near the Daphne, the people of Beirut, and the people of Caisareia (ll. 4-9 of the second side of the inscription). Robert has suggested the man may have been a pantomime. The man has been identified with the pantomime Tiberius Julius Apolaustos, who can be found in Farrington under no. 6.1, whose name is recorded in F.Delphes III 1.551.