Apollonia Museum, Storeroom of the French Mission, 2005.38.
Two adjacent fragments of a skyphos black-glazed ware (foot and part of bottom) (diameter of foot 0.05).
Scratched under the foot, to be read from the center.
0.005, well aligned and regular letters.
Place of Origin
Perhaps third century B.C. (lettering, context)
Found by J.-S. Caillou (French mission), one fragment in 2004, the other in 2005, in the Port of Cyrene, later Apollonia pleiades; HGL : at bottom of the so-called Kallikrateia Rock , to the North (see commentary).
Last recorded Location
Seen by C. Dobias-Lalou in 2010 at Sūsah, Apollonia Museum, Storeroom of the French Mission .
Text constituted from
Transcription from vase (CDL).
Caillou, 2010 Caillou, J.-S., 2010, La zone sacrée de Callicrateia à Apollonia de Cyrénaïque, in M. Luni (ed.), Cirene e la Cirenaica nell'Antichità, Monografie di archeologia libica30, Cirene Atene d'Africa: attività delle missioni archeologiche internazionali a Cirene e in Cirenaica3, Roma, 175-85 - see in bibliography , p. 182 (mention), whence SEG Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum, Leiden, then Amsterdam, 1923-1971, then 1979- - see in bibliography , 60.1831
(Offrande ) d'Alkiadas.
(Offering) of Alkiadas.
(Offerta) di Alkiadas.
This vase was found in the fill below the altar bearing IGCyr114000. It is thus in clear relation with it.
The name should be that of the dedicant.
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