Description: Two fragments of a limestone
Text: Inscribed on one face within a moulded tabella ansata; there is a rosette in the right-hand, surviving ansa.
Letters: Second to early third centuries CE capitals: line 1-2, 0.09; line 3-4, 0.085.
Date: Second to early third centuries CE (lettering)
Found at Henscir el-Abiar
(between Bir el-Hamudia and Got et-Turchi, in the area of Bir Silin, map ref. M 978092)
Original location: Unknown
Last recorded location: Zlitan Museum (2008)
2: The letter following C begins with an upright stroke.
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
[---] of (genitive plural) Geta (nominative) and Ro[---] (word in genitive or dative, possibly feminine) and Ce[---] Domitius (nominative) C[---] and Cas[---]ana who (feminine) also [---Nam?]gyddus [---] for their most [dutiful?] sons.