Cyrene Museum, 325.
Small fragment of a white marble block, broken off on all sides (0.18; 0.115;0.15).
Inscribed on the face (0.135;), beginning at 0.06 from the top, which probably means that we still have the original first line.
l. 1 0.035, l. 2 0.025, carefully cut with nice serifs.
Place of Origin
Perhaps third or second century B.C. (lettering)
Found before 1977 at Cyrene pleiades; HGL : exact findspot unrecorded.
Last recorded Location
Seen by C. Dobias-Lalou in 1977 in Shahat : Cyrene Museum .
Text constituted from
Transcription from stone (CDL).
Not previously published.
Intraduisible (voir commentaire).
Not usefully translatable (see commentary).
Intraducibile (vedi commento).
غير قابل للترجمة بشكل جيد (راجع التعليق على النقش).
The third letter preserved at line 1 does not seem to be an iota. So the dative of the Apollo's name should be excluded. This first line in larger characters might have the dedicant's name, maybe a name ending with -ων and the first letter of his father's name.
Although very fragmentary, the second line might have the usual formula of dedication of the tithe. The whole is very hypothetical.
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