0.24 x h:
0.46 x d:
0.41) of rather coarse grey limestone.
Text: Inscribed on one face within a moulded panel, (die, w: 0.70 x h: 0.31).
Letters: line 1 (lapidary capitals), 0.085; line 2-4 (irregular capitals), 0.04.
Date: First to second century CE (lettering)
Lepcis Magna: Beside an ancient cistern on a road near Lepcis. Seen by Kallenberg in 1732;
probably removed to Tripoli in the 19th century by the British Consul, on the site of whose garden (now the Waddan Hotel) it was re-discovered
Original location: Unknown
Last recorded location: Tripoli Castle
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
[ Lucius ] Tettius Eutychus [had this made] for himself and for [---]tica his wife; [work overseen by Lucius] Tettius Comus, freedman.