IRCyr   Inscriptions of Roman Cyrenaica

C.347. Fragmentary acclamation

Description: Rock-cut channel, with multiple informal inscriptions, C.336 to C.392; some are traced in the mud that coats the walls of the channel, others have been modelled by attaching strips of clay or mud to the rock.
Text: Graffito, to the left of C.346; surface broken away to the right.
Letters: Lunate epsilon, sigma

Date: Second to early fourth century CE

Findspot: Cyrene: Fountain of Apollo, in rock-cut channel behind the fountain; first described in 1822, but not fully recorded until 1916.
Original location: Fountain of Apollo.
Last recorded location: Fountain of Apollo. no longer accessible.





2: [Εὐ]φρο[ . . Oliverio, 1927a
3: Συν(ο)ρί[ς ? . . Oliverio, 1927a
4: Φησ[ . . Oliverio, 1927a

English translation

Translation by: Editors

With good fortune! for ?Euphro[-


For commentary on this series see on C.336.

Lines 1-2 Perhaps εὐτυ[χῶς] / [Εὐ]φροσ̣ύνῳ[...] / [...]

Oliverio took lines 2-4 as a list of names, perhaps of pilgrims.

Bibliography: First mentioned in 1822, but not fully recorded until 1916. Oliverio, 1927a, 21, p.222, with a drawing, p.225 tav.III, fig.10, whence SEG 9.262, PHI 324111.
Text constituted from: From previous publications, drawings and photographs (Reynolds).


None available (2020).