A rock-cut altar with probably two compartments (dimensions unknown).
Inscribed on the rear wall of the niche, in correspondence with the left compartment if it exists.
Height not registered, deeply cut; the right part of upsilon is worn out, but the right part has a clear serif on top.
Place of Origin
Perhaps end of fourth or first half of third century B.C. (context, lettering)
Found in 2012 by the Mission of Urbino at Cyrene pleiades; HGL : in the lower part of the Wadi el Aish .
Last recorded Location
First studied in 2012 by E. Rosamilia in situ.
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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. 10 (fig. 24).
(Autel) des Euménides.
(Altar) of the Eumenides.
(Altare) delle Eumenidi.
(يفهم ضمنياً بأنه مذبح) لإفمينديس
Due to the conditions of quick survey it was not possible for E. Rosamilia to clean the altar and check the predictable two compartments. However the placement of the abbreviated name of the Eumenides helps to suppose that there were two of them.
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