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Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania 2021

0751. Fragmentary funerary inscription for Victorina

Description: block (w: 1.12 x h: 0.50 x d: 0.50) of grey limestone.
Text: The upper left-hand quarter of a text, inscribed on one face within a moulded tabella ansata (die, surviving, w: 0.79 x h: 0.43)..
Letters: Irregular capitals: line 1, 0.09; line 2, 0.10.

Date: First to fourth century CE (terminology)

Findspot: Lepcis Magna: Wadi Lebdah; Found on the East bank, North of the main road near the Casa Cantoniera
Original location: Unknown
Last recorded location: Lepcis Museum.


[Dis] manibus [---]
Uictorinae [---]



English translation

Translation by: J. M. Reynolds

To the gods below of [---] Victorina [---]

Bibliography: Aurigemma, 1930, 92; IRT, 1952, 751, whence IRT, 2009, 751, whence EDH 059598; for BSR images see BSR Digital Collections.


   Fig. 1. Ward-Perkins, 1948 (Ward-Perkins Archive, BSR 48.XV.15)