Cyrene Museum, 174.
Rectangular block of white marble, with three dowel holes on the upper face, two in the rear edge and one in the right edge, showing that it was part of a larger monument extending to the right (0.575; 0.225;0.07-0.08); the back is smoothened in anathyrosis (wide 0.04).
Inscribed on the face probably in only two lines continuing on an adjacent block.
0.03, small serifs; shorter central bar of epsilon, non-slanting sigma.The face is badly notched, which makes the reading very difficult.
Place of Origin
Perhaps second half of third of first half of first century B.C. (lettering)
Last recorded Location
Text constituted from
Transcription from stone (CDL).
Not previously published.
Not usefully translatable.
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