The Pergamene Chronicle. Pergamon, second century AD. Three non-contiguous white marble wall blocks, second-century AD lettering.
I. Pergamum 613 with drawing; *OGIS 264; FGrHist 506.
Jacoby, FGrHist 3b, pp. 422–3; Hansen, Attalids 10–11; M. J. Osbonje, Historia 22 (1973) 515–51; Allen, Attalid Kingdom 161–3
[A]rchias [persuaded (the People)] that prytaneis be elected [for the | city] each year, and the first to hold the office of ptyta|nis was [Archi]as, and from him until now | they continue being governed by prytaneis. And Orontes, the son of Artasy∥[ros], by race a Baktrian, having revolted from Artaxer|[xes], the King of the [Pers]ians, gained control of the Perga|[menians and] resettled them again on the hi|ll [at] the old city. Then Orontes, | having turned over [the city] to Arta]xerxes, died.
[—]having married Anaxip∥[pe, — she bore Eu]ippos, [and] Euippos | [—| —] also Daskylos, | [and they had one] sister, [Th]ersippe, | [and she, having married—], a Paphlagonian ∥ [by race, bore —], and after these thing|s [—].
[— | —] E[u]me[nes (II), already] having shared [while alive the rule]| with [At]ta[los (II), his brother, died] leav|ing the [kingdom to his own 20 son] | Attalos (III), [with his brother] as guardian. [And he]∥ gave over the [kingdom on dying to Attalos], the son of Eumen[es —| —] having ruled [—].