Description: Known only from a contemporary letter in the archives of the British Consulate.
Text: No description.
Letters: No description.
Date: First-third centuries CE (content)
found in 1831 in a vaulted tomb, in Sciara el-Quasc near the
arch of Marcus Aurelius.
The associated finds included a coin of Faustina the elder.
Original location: Findspot
Last recorded location: Garden of the former British Consulate in Tripoli, since lost;
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
To the gods below of Caecilia Namgyddus, daughter of Rogatus. Saturninus son of Abascantus for a most dutiful wife; she lived 19 years, 18 months, no days.
None available (2021).