Description: The right-hand part of a marble
(surviving width w:
0.46 x h:
0.38 x d:
0.04, surface badly worn).
Text: Inscribed on the surviving face.
Letters: Roughly incised lettering: 0.02-0.025.
Date: Fifth-seventh centuries CE (content)
Tripoli. Seen and recorded in Tripoli in the early part of the nineteenth century.
Rediscovered near the church of Santa Maria in Tripoli.
Original location: Unknown
Last recorded location: Tripoli Castle.
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
May he be well off. Helladios lived approximately 50 years, three months and fifteen days. Christ be with your spirit. He died on the seventh of the month of Payn among the Africans.
Bibliography: Copied by Don Pacifico and published by Amati, 1824 95, whence CIG, Vol.IV 9137; IRT, 1952, 256a, whence PHI 189500, IRT, 2009, 256a, whence EDH 059227; for BSR images see BSR Digital Collections.