Cyrene Museum, 119.
Fragment of the right edge of a white marble block, carefully smoothened also on the right side; broken above, below and at right (0.04; 0.125;0.10).
Inscribed on the face in two sections.
0.009, not really apicated; the letters at line a.3 are much pressed together, probably in order to finish the word on that line. Textparts a and b were cut by two different hands, not differing much in shape of letters, but with a higher interval between lines in b than in a. Non-slanting sigma in both, horse-shoe omega, omicron larger at b.1 than at a.3.
Place of Origin
Perhaps second century B.C. (lettering)
Last recorded Location
Text constituted from
Transcription from stone (CDL).
Never published before.
Not usefully translatable.
لا يمكن ترجمته بشكل جيد
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