Cyrene Museum, Storeroom of the American excavations, 78-686.
Fragment from bottom of a panel of medium-grained white marble (0.105; 0.069;0.088).
Inscribed on the pitted front face.
0.018-0.022; very little in the way of serifs.
Place of Origin
Perhaps second century B.C. (lettering)
Found in 1978 during the American excavations at Cyrene pleiades; HGL : Enclosed sanctuary of Demeter and Kore , area 11,1,1.
Not seen by IGCyr team.
Text constituted from
Transcription from editor.
Reynolds, 2012 Reynolds, J.M., 2012, Appendix: the inscriptions on stone and lead, in D. White (ed.), The extramural sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone at Cyrene, Libya, final reports VIII: the sanctuary’s imperial architectural development, conflict with Christianity, and final days, Philadelphia - see in bibliography , n. A.12 (no image) .
Not usefully translatable.
غير قابل للترجمة بشكل جيد
Nothing is clear in this poor fragment.
At line 2, Λύσιχος would be a possible guess for ΑΑΣΙΧΩ (Dobias-Lalou's comment).
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