Monday, February 10, 2020

ANTONIUS SUBIA FINDS ANTINOUS PLINTH
DURING SACRED PILGRIMAGE TO EGYPT


OUR spiritual leader Antonius Subia got a surprise today during his sacred pilgrimage to Egypt when ... unexpectedly and purely by chance ... he saw an inscription dedicated to Antinous in Alexandria.

It was an inscription on a plinth for a statue of Antinous commissioned by one of the first priests of Antinous, Julius Fidus Aquila, who was appointed by Emperor Hadrian to build the city of Antinoopolis in Egypt and to serve as Epistrategos of that city as its first priest of Antinous.

Here is what Antonius says:

We arrived this morning in Alexandria and went to see the catacombs, the very first thing I see as walked through the entrance was the granite base of what was once a monumental statue of Antinous Epiphanios from Antinoopolis dedicated by Phidios Aquileios (Julius Fidus Aquila). 

I did not expect to see this at all, but as we walked in the gate the very first thing I read from a distance was ANTINOOI.

I placed a little paper ivy leaf as an offering in the depression where Antinous's right foot was attached to the stone.

~ANTONIUS SUBIA






2 comments:

  1. Fantastico! How thrilling! Ave Antinooi Ave AntinousSubia!

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