Description: Two re-used paving-slabs
0.445 x h:
0.47 x h:
0.42) of grey limestone,
from a tomb in the cemetery to the E of Church I. They are now loose, but
the peculiar form of alpha found in both, but otherwise unique in the
series from this cemetery, renders the association almost certain.
Text: Inscribed on the face.
Date: Fifth-sixth century CE (context)
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
a. (cross) In the third indiction (cross). To the good memory of Liberata. She lived approximately 40 years, few and bad, and went to rest in Christ in the month of July, eight (?)
b. May you hear on that day the voice of the Lord Jesus Christ saying "all your sins are forgiven". (cross)