The Ainianes, a tribe in central Greece, were probably made free by the Romans in 167 B.C., and formed a league, with its centre in the city of Hypata; see D.Graninger,"Cult and Koinon in Hellenistic Thessaly", p. 35 ( Google Books ). If the word 'quaestor' is used literally in this inscription ( rather than 'proquaestor', as in Syll_745 ), then it can be dated more precisely to 88/7 B.C.
The league of the Ainianes honours [Lucius] Licinius Lucullus, [son] of Lucius, quaestor, their benefactor.
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