Cyrene Museum, 102 (fragm. a) + 106 (fragm. c) + 427 (fragm. d).
Four fragments of a white marble circular basin, of which one paire was adjacent, here described with width and depth: fragment a, broken into two adjacent pieces perhaps after the discovery (0.14;0.07); fragment b, now lost, known only from a photograph (dimensions unknown); fragment c (0.1;0.1), photographed with fragment b, with which is was adjacent at rear; fragment d (0.06;0.09).
Inscribed on the rim (0.045;), to be read from outside.
0.03;carefully and regularly cut, with serifs; theta with central short bar, rho with rather small loop.
Place of Origin
Probably second century B.C. (lettering)
Last recorded Location
Text constituted from
Transcription from stone (CDL).
Not previously published.
[---] a consacré la [vas?]que [---] .
[---] dedicated the [ba?]sin [---] .
[---] ha dedicato la [va?]sca [---] .
[---] أهدى [الح؟] وض [---].
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