Cyrene Museum, 530 (fragm. a) and 558 (fragm. b).
Two adjacent fragments of a marlacious limestone block, fragment a broken off at left, right, back and above (0.27; 0.082;0.105); fragment b broken off at left and back (0.13; 0.17;0.185); due to the geological nature of the stone, the larger fractures at back and also at left of fragment a are curved so regularly that they might seem to have been cut in a workshop.
Inscribed on the face in five lines, each displayed symmetrically along the vertical axis.
0.02 very carefully cut, with slight serifs; dotted theta, very slightly slanting mu and sigma.
Place of Origin
Probably first half of third century B.C. (lettering)
Last recorded Location
Text constituted from
Transcription from stone (CDL).
Not previously published.
[---] [---] fils de [---] nos, thessalien, chef des imprécations.
[---] [---] son of [---] nos, Thessalian, leader of the imprecations.
[---] [---] figlio di [---] nos, tessalo, capo per le maledizioni.
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