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T.373. Fragmentary funerary inscription

Description: Rock-cut tomb, inscribed on the façade with T.371, T.372, T.373, T.374, T.375.
Text: Inscribed within a sunk rectangular panel above and to the left of T.372; the text is visible on the photograph but was not observed in situ. The surface, probably illegible for the most part, is largely covered or shaded by plants, but at the ends of the final lines some letters can be made out.

Date: First-second centuries CE

Findspot: Taucheira: Quarry East XI, East wall; first recorded in 1825.
Original location: Findspot.
Last recorded location: Findspot.





English translation

Translation source: Reynolds, 1983

Not usefully translatable


Line 3: Presumably part of the age of the dead - 7 or a multiple of 7.

Bibliography: Mentioned Reynolds, 1983, 11.c, whence mentioned SEG 33.1385.
Text constituted from: Transcription from photograph (Reynolds).


   Fig. 1. T.372, face, with traces of T.373 above (Reynolds, Tocra IX.6.6a, NS.X.6)

   Fig. 2. T.371, with edge of T.372 to the left below, traces of T.373 to the left above (Reynolds, Tocra IX.6.5a, NS.X.5)