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According to Weir (2004), this athlete was probably active somewhere after 200. Moretti (1953) and Sarikakis (1965) date the man to the early third century AD.
The man calls himself 'Aktionikes' but does not record any specific victory at the Aktia. Interestingly, in l. 19 a victory in an 'isaktion' discipline is recorded.
Marcus Aurelius […os] was most likely from a prominent family as his inscription gives the name of is father, his grandfather, and his grandfather's father. Gouw suggests his titles are based on isopythian and isaktian games rather than the 'original one of Delphi and Nikpolis, in contrast to Moretti and Weir (Gouw). In total, 15 victories: Ankyra, Claudiopolis, Herakleia Pontica (3), Chalkedon (2), Nikomedia (3), Nicaea (4), Philadelphia.