Funerary complex constituted by two tomb-chambers, each with a forecourt on a rock-cut terrace, showing various inscriptions; this one appears on the face of a marble stele lying in the N. forecourt (0.44; 1.38;0.31); IGCyr077900 on the S. wall of the S. forecourt; IGCyr078100, IGCyr078200, IGCyr078300, IGCyr078400, IGCyr078500, IGCyr078600 and IGCyr078700 appear within the N. tomb-chamber, cut above the entrance to the loculi.
0.03; dotted theta, slanting sigma (Chamoux).
Place of Origin
Third century B.C. (lettering)
Later recorded Location
Seen and copied by Fr. Chamoux in 1947, re-used in a wall before a tomb, presumably the same one (unpublished notebook, p. 103).
Last recorded Location
Seen and photographed by J.M. Reynolds in 1970.
Not seen by IGCyr team.
Text constituted from
Transcription from previous editors.
Farag-Reynolds, 1978-1979 Farag, S., Reynolds J., 1978-1979, Inscriptions from two Hellenistic tombs in Cyrene, Libya Antiqua (LibAnt)15-16, 231-237 - see in bibliography , p. 232, n. 1.b, whence SEG Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum, Leiden, then Amsterdam, 1923-1971, then 1979- - see in bibliography , 37.1678.
Hagèsarkhos fils de Thémisôn.
Hagesarchos son of Themison.
Hagesarchos figlio di Themison.
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