Limestone sarcophagus with double slope lid surmounted by a platform for a half-statue (wide 1.0; long 2.3).
Inscribed on the Northern part of the Eastern slope of the lid, in two lines.
Unknown; slantering mu and sigma; upsilon with tall tail.
Place of Origin
Perhaps fourth century B.C. (lettering, context)
Not found by IGCyr team.
Text constituted from
Transcription from editor and photograph (CDL).
Rowe, 1959 Rowe, A., 1959, in A. Rowe, J.F. Healy (eds.), Cyrenaican Expeditions of the University of Manchester 1955, 1956, 1957; comprising an account of the excavated areas of the cemeteries at Cyrene and of objects found in 1952 by Alan Rowe, M.A. together with descriptions of the coins by John F. Healy, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.N.S., Manchester, 1-29 - see in bibliography , p. 8 and pl. 21 (photo). Cf. Fraser-Matthews, 1987 Fraser, P.M., Matthews, E. (eds.), 1987, Lexicon of Greek Personal Names, I: The Aegean Islands, Cyprus, Cyrenaica, Oxford - see in bibliography , p. 269.
Lysis fils de Lysis. Komôn fils de Komôn.
Lysis son of Lysis. Komon son of Komon.
Lysis figlio di Lysis. Komon figlio di Komon.
ليسيس بن ليسيس. كومون بن كومون.
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