Antik Sikkeler Nümzimatik

Greek Lykia Oinoanda

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The major thing known about the ancient city of Oinoanda [also known as Termessos Minor] is that it was the home of the Epicurean philosopher Diogenes, who lived during Hadrianic times.

As a gift to his native city he built a stoa that contained statues and an enormous inscription originally about 80 meters long and containing some 25’000 words explaining and discoursing on Epicurean Philosophy. This is, in fact, the longest known ancient inscription, with more fragments being found in every excavation season.

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In one preserved section we read one of Diogenes’ reasons for setting it up; Not least for those who are called foreigners, for they are not foreigners. For, while the various segments of the Earth give different people a different country, the whole compass of this world gives all people a single country, the entire Earth, and a single home, the world.

On one of the other fragments, Diogenes explains why he committed his thoughts to stone; << The majority of people suffer from a common disease, as in a plague, with their false notions about things, and their number is increasing. I wished to use this stoa to advertise publicly the [medicines] that bring salvation >>.

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Click for more coin images of the ancient city Oinoanda.

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