Description: Left-hand side of a broken block (dimensions not recorded).
Text: Inscribed on one face within a moulded panel, flanked by a palm-branch in relief between volutes in place of the customary ansa of a tabella ansata.
Letters: Irregular capitals: size not recorded.
Date: First-fourth centuries CE (content)
at El-Ghelaa, 4 km. East of Jefren (map ref. U 865790).
Original location: Unknown
Last recorded location: Seen and photographed in the early days of the Italian occupation. Later transferred to Jefren, where it was again photographed, already much damaged (Sopr. A 862) and subsequently lost.
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
Marcus Ulpius [---] of the tribe of the Chinitii, had this made [for himself and] his family [---] Septim[i---]
None available (2021).