Tabular from Thyatira

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Ronnie Jones III
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published on 29 June 2017
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This tablet (tabular) dates to the 2nd century BCE and the ancient city of Thyatira. Thyatira was once a Lydian city, on the border of Lydia and Mysia, but at times was under the control of the Persians, and then the generals of Alexander the Great. It is one of the seven churches mentioned in John's New Testament apocalyptic work, the book of Revelation, and is mentioned in the book of Acts in the New Testament. The inscription on this tablet reads, "The People (honored) hero Demoneikos, son of Artemidoros."

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Ronnie Jones III
In university Ronnie concentrated his studies on the Greco-Roman world while writing his senior thesis on the Reformation. He has studied Koine Greek and Hebrew at the masters level, and is currently studying Turkish.

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III, R. J. (2017, June 29). Tabular from Thyatira. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/6777/tabular-from-thyatira/

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III, Ronnie Jones. "Tabular from Thyatira." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified June 29, 2017. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/6777/tabular-from-thyatira/.

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III, Ronnie Jones. "Tabular from Thyatira." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 29 Jun 2017. Web. 25 Oct 2021.