Apollonia Museum, inv. number unknown.
Probably marble panel (0.23; 0.19; - depth unknown), with a flange along the upper edge; the exposed side is occupied by five features, approximately in the shape of horseshoes (two upper ones of diameter 0.09; two lower ones of diameter 0.062; the central one of diameter 0.0375); it was probably a mould for unclear metal objects.
Inscribed along the flat sides of both larger features.
Place of Origin
Perhaps second half of fourth century B.C. (lettering)
Last recorded Location
Photographed in 1929 in Apollonia Museum ; not found since.
Text constituted from
Transcription from previous editor.
Reynolds, 1976 Reynolds, J.M., 1976, The Inscriptions of Apollonia, in R.G. Goodchild, J. Griffiths Pedley, D. White, J.H. Humphrey (eds.), Apollonia, the port of Cyrene: excavations by the University of Michigan, 1965-1967, Libya Antiqua (LibAnt)Suppl. 4, Tripoli, 293-333 - see in bibliography , p. 302, n. 13, whence SEG Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum, Leiden, then Amsterdam, 1923-1971, then 1979- - see in bibliography , 27.1142.
a) Hermès. b) Artémis.
a) Hermes. b) Artemis.
a) Hermes. b) Artemide.
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