), the engraver of a gem in the Florentine Museum, the inscription on which has been variously read ΠΕΙΓΜΟ, ΠΕΠΓΑΜΟΓΥ
, and ΠΥΓΜΩΝ
, but the latter appears to be the true form.
There is another gem on which the name of Pergamus
is found distinctly inscribed. (R. Rochette, Lettre à M. Schorn,
p. 149, 2d ed.; comp. PERGAMUS.)