IRCyr   Inscriptions of Roman Cyrenaica

A.7. Fragmentary honours?

Description: Fragment of a base of white marble, probably Attic, cut down for reuse as an impost block in the sixth century church (w: 0.74 x h: 0.50 x d: 0.27).
Text: Inscribed on one surviving face; 0.04.
Letters: Not measurable (only the upper part survives).

Date: First century A.D

Findspot: Apollonia: found re-used in the East Church, in 1920.
Original location: Unknown.
Last recorded location: Apollonia Museum.





English translation

Translation by: Joyce M. Reynolds

. . . ] of Zenon [ . . .


The letters, which are large, suggest that the name was cut on a base, honorary or funerary, rather than in a list.

Bibliography: Reynolds, 1976, 9 and pl. LIX, whence SEG 27.1145.
Text constituted from: Transcription (Reynolds).


None available (2020).