IRCyr   Inscriptions of Roman Cyrenaica

T.638. Funerary inscriptionr

Description: Rock-cut tomb inscribed on the façade, which is partly damaged, a number of texts being quite illegible, with T.629, T.630, T.631, T.632, T.633, T.634, T.635, T.636, T.637, T.638, T.639, T.640, T.641, T.642.
Text: Inscribed within a rectangular panel (w: 0.55 x h: 0.25) below T.637.
Letters: 0.04; cursive omega; L for ἐτῶν.

Date: First century CE

Findspot: Taucheira: Quarry East XV, East Wall.
Original location: Findspot.
Last recorded location: Findspot.


[(ἔτους) . Φα]μ̣ενὼ[θ] ε´ Εὐφ-
[ράνωρ?] Εὐφ[ρ]ανο̣ρ-
[ος ( vac. 3)] (ἐτῶν) κη´


[.....] L ΚΗ

English translation

Translation source: Reynolds, 1983

Year ?, Phamenoth 5, Euphranor (?) son of Euphranor, aged 28.

English translation

Translation by: Charlotte Roueché

Year ?, Phamenoth 5, Euph[ranor] (scil. son) of Euphranor, aged 28.


No comment (2020).

Bibliography: Reynolds, 1983, 23.j whence SEG 33.1449, PHI 324624.
Text constituted from: Transcription (Reynolds).


   Fig. 1. In the foreground, T.625, and an unidentified text; in the background T.630 T.631, T.632, T.633, T.634, T.636, T.637 and T.638 behind (Reynolds NS.I.3)

   Fig. 2. T.638, T.639 T.639, T.640, T.641 and T.642 (Reynolds NS.IX.30)