|List of Prosopographies:
The source is comprised of multiple parts, published in multiple corpora and journals. See Farrington (2012), n. 442 for a complete bibliography. The basic parts were published in ASAA 30-32 (1952-1954), p. 290ff, nos 66 and 66a, and ASAA 33-34 (1955-1956), p. 157, no. 1. The latter one has also been published as IG 12.1, 82.
The inscriptions have been brought together by Robert, in his article 'Deux inscriptions agonistiques de Rhodes' in AEph (1966), pp. 108-118. Because of the complexity of the inscription and its damaged state, we added references to the specific lines and sides of the inscription for each festival in the comments on his victories below.
Apart from the victories that are lost to us because the inscription has not survived in its entirety, there are also some parts known to us but still too damaged to enter as victories. This includes the victories of which only some disciplines and age categories have survived (no. 66, side C and 66a, side C (combined by Robert (1966), AEph, p. 117), ll. 1-8, and no. 66 side B ll. 12-14.
Gouw puts his name as Titus Flavius Ari[...]. Ari[…] was the first athlete to win the periodos twice in the short amount of time possible, without suffering a defeat in the mean time (ἀνισσατος). He was the first athlete to win 3 consecutive victories at the Nemean and Isthmian games. In Kaunos he won in 3 disciplines on the same day (Gouw). In total, 31+: Rhodos (3), Olympia (2), Delphi (2), Corinth (3), Argos (4), Ephesos, Pergamon (?), Smyrna (?), Knidos (2), Kaunos (5), Sidon, Antioch, Aphrodisias (2), Rome (?), Neaolis (?), Nikopolis (?)
The athlete won the periodos within the periodos twice in a row as the first of all [men], and was never conquered. He holds a total of ten records in which he was the first (of all men / of all Rhodians, etc.) to win a certain set of victories.