Small fragment of a marble block, broken off above, below and at left (dimensions unknown).
Inscribed on the face.
Height unknown, very carefully cut, with small serifs; alpha with dropped bar, epsilon with short central bar, circular letters of the average size, rho with a square loop.
Place of Origin
Between 156 and 145 B.C. (lettering, reign)
Only known from a photograph in the archive of the Department of Antiquities.
Text constituted from
Transcription from photograph (CDL).
Not previously published.
[---] [Au nom du roi Ptolémée Dieux] Evergète, [Un tel], du corps des gardes du corps, a consacré [---] et [---] .
[---] [On behalf of king Ptolemy God] Euergetes, [So-and-so], of the body-guards, dedicated [---] and [---] .
[---] [Per il re Tolemeo Dio] Evergete, [il tale], delle guardie del corpo, ha dedicato [---] e [---] .
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