Rock-cut tomb with one door giving access to the chamber; on the front wall false masonry is designed and the door frame forms a large lintel with a moulding above, into which five small niches were cut off later, along with three others on the facade; above again there is a Doric built entablature (dimensions not registered).
Inscribed on the entablature.
ca. 0.08; widely open mu, slanting sigma.
Place of Origin
Perhaps second century B.C. (lettering)
First copied in 2004 by C. Dobias-Lalou at Cyrene pleiades; HGL : North Necropolis , tomb N33 Cassels.
Last recorded Location
Seen and copied by C. Dobias-Lalou on September 18th, 2004 in situ.
Text constituted from
Transcription from stone (CDL).
Not previously published.
Theutima fille d'Arimmas.
Theutima daughter of Arimmas.
Theutima figlia di Arimmas.
The rather irregular lettering and the single mu in the father's name give an impression of carelessness. The date is thus rather conjectural. It is not impossible that the inscription is contemporary with one or more niches for small busts, hence dating from Roman times.
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