Cyrene Museum, inventory number missing.
White marble tapering stele with a plain moulding on top of all four sides; still reddish from earth, chipped off on the left edge of the face and at the lower right angle; re-used on the opposite face for three epitaphs (hitherto unpublished) of Roman date (0.20-0.23; 0.60;0.155- 0.17).
Inscribed on the face (0.20-0.22; 0.54;0.155-0.17), beginning at 0.09 under the moulding; both lines were aligned following the left edge.
0.02 without serifs; slightly dissymmetrical nu, broad alpha, xi with central hasta, large omicron.
Place of Origin
Probably fourth century B.C. (lettering)
Last recorded Location
Text constituted from
Transcription from stone (CDL).
Not previously published.
Phoinix fils d'Antipatros.
Phoinix son of Antipatros.
Phoinix figlio di Antipatros.
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