Cyrene Museum, inventory number missing.
Two non adjacent parts of a rectangular white marble block, reddish from earth and in part covered with concrete; later re-cut so as to form a crest on top of the inscribed face and also rounded hollows at rear (fragment a is broken off on top of the right 'peak' 0.54; 0.22;0.28; fragment b is chipped off on top of the 'peak' and the right edge is also cut off on a slightly curved line 0.34; 0.25;0.19).
Inscribed on the face in three lines, ending at 0.14 from the lower edge.
L. 1 0.025, l. 2-3 0.02, without serifs; epsilon with rather long central bar, smaller omicron, slanting sigma.
Place of Origin
End of fourth or beginning of third century B.C. (lettering)
Last recorded Location
Text constituted from
Transcription from stones (CDL).
Not previously published.
[Untel] fils de Damasanôr (a consacré à Apollon) au titre de la dîme (la statue de) Télôn fils de Damasanôr.
[So-and-so] son of Damasanor (dedicated to Apollo) as a tithe (the statue of) Telon son of Damasanor.
[Il tale] figlio di Damasanor (ha dedicato ad Apollo) come decima (la statua di) Telon figlio di Damasanor.
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