White marble base, with plain mouldings on top and below originally on three sides, cut off on the right side and chipped off at left (0.58; 0.29;0.52).
Inscribed in two lines running on the whole width on the face, between the mouldings (0.58; 0.13;0.50).
0.035; very slight serifs, slanting sigma, smaller omicron.
Place of Origin
Cyrene pleiades; HGL , probably East Necropolis .
Third century B.C. (lettering)
Found at an unknown date before 2004 at Cyrene pleiades; HGL : probably in the East Church , where it lays in the baptistery.
Last recorded Location
Seen and copied by C. Dobias-Lalou in 2004 at the same place.
Text constituted from
Transcription from stone (CDL).
Not previously published.
Télésandros fils de Tabalbis.
Telesandros son of Tabalbis.
Telesandros figlio di Tabalbis.
This is the third occurrence of the Libyan name Tabalbis (cf. IGCyr011400; IGCyr077100).
Like for other funerary inscriptions found in the East Church, it was plausibly brought there from a near part of the Necropolis, either Eastern of Southern.
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