Small limestone altar, made of a cube inserted into a slightly larger box with cuttings on its upper edges allowing liquids to be poured between the two parts (overall dimensions 0.115; 0.09;0.115).
Scratched rather than inscribed on one of the outer faces near the upper edge, in one line beginning at ca. 0.025 from the left edge and running up to the right edge.
0.01-0.015; irregular lettering, with cursive features; lunate sigma, upsilon with very tall tail.
Place of Origin
Perhaps first century B.C. (or later?) (lettering)
Last recorded Location
First studied in 2012 by E. Rosamilia in situ.
Text constituted from
Transcription from editor.
Gasparini-Rosamilia, 2016 Gasparini, M., Rosamilia, E., 2016, I nuovi altari rupestri extraurbani dallo Uadi Belgadir e il culto di Zeus e delle Eumenidi, in V. Purcaro, O. Mei, Cirene greca e romana II, Monografie di archeologia libica, 44, Cirene Atene d'Africa9, 189-217 - see in bibliography , n. 6 (fig. 14-15).
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