Cyrene Museum, 115.
Small fragment of a white marble block, broken off at right and left and below; probably re-cut at back and top so as to form a protruding part on top, separated from face and back through two hollow mouldings (0.105; 0.11;0.05).
Inscribed on the face.
0.022 serifs; the oblique strokes of lambda and alpha are very thin, contrasting with the deep cut of the horizontal bars of epsilon; the latter has a longer lower bar.
Place of Origin
Probably third or second century B.C. (lettering)
Probably found before World War II at Cyrene pleiades; HGL : exact findspot unknown.
Last recorded Location
Seen by C. Dobias-Lalou in 1979 in Shahat : Cyrene Museum .
Text constituted from
Transcription from stone (CDL).
Not previously published.
Not usefully translatable
لا يمكن ترجمته بشكل جيد
From those poor rests, we can only guess that line 2 might be part of a personal name such as Ἀρχέλας or Χαιρέλας, but none is hitherto attested in Cyrenaica and it would be hazardous to push this forward.
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