Mugla Milas, the Turkish town where the stele was foundA team of archaeologists at work at the Mausoleum Hecatomnus in the Mugla Milas area in Turkey, unearthed a stele a few weeks ago engraved with a poem in trochaic catalectic tetrameter , which represents the longest Greek composition on stone found so far.
This is 124 lines of text which scholars suppose written in honor of a sovereign.
The find dates back to an era between the end of the fourth century. B.C. and the beginning of the third century BC
The epigraph was used as a step in a house.