White marble base of the type with egg and dart mouldings above and below; the upper moulding is completely chipped, as well as both sides and the base is broken off at bottom (whole base as preserved 0.70; 0.37;0.41); on the upper face, an oval hole with a channel for attachment.
Inscribed between the mouldings (0.61; 0.165;0.38).
Place of Origin
Perhaps fourth century B.C. (lettering)
Later recorded Location
Last recorded Location
Seen by J. Reynolds before 1995 at the same place.
Text constituted from
Transcription from stone (CDL).
Mohamed-Reynolds, 1997 Mohamed, F.A., Reynolds, J., 1997, New funerary incriptions from Cyrene, Libya Antiqua (LibAnt)n.s. 3, 31-45 - see in bibliography , p. 36 n. 6 (ph.), whence SEG Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum, Leiden, then Amsterdam, 1923-1971, then 1979- - see in bibliography , 47.2182. Cf. Thorn-Thorn, 2009 Thorn, D.M., Thorn, J.C. (eds.), 2009, A Gazetteer of the Cyrene Necropolis from the original notebooks of John Cassels, Richard Tomlinson and James and Dorothy Thorn, Studia Archaeologica161, Roma - see in bibliography , p. 148; Belzic, 2015 Belzic, M., 2015, Les "divinités funéraires" de Cyrénaïque, 1-2, Master dissertation, École pratique des Hautes Études, 4e section, Paris - see in bibliography , vol. 1, p. 164 and vol. 2, p. 176.
Arthmiadas fils d'Aristophanès.
Arthmiadas son of Aristophanes.
Arthmiadas figlio di Aristophanes.
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