0.72 x h:
0.55 x d:
0.31) of yellowish limestone.
Text: Inscribed within a recessed tabella ansata (die, w: 0.40 x h: 0.45), with leaves in relief below the ansae.
Letters: Local fourth to fifth century CE capitals, between horizontal guide-lines as in 876: 0.03-0.04. T and I are not consistently distinguished.
Date: Fourth to fifth centuries CE (lettering)
From an unidentified site on the road between Al Khadra village and Tarhuna.
Original location: Unknown
Last recorded location: In the garden of a colonist's cottage (seen by Goodchild in 1947)
4: O Probably an uncompleted monogram cross, as in the closely related 876.
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
The Flavii Sebentius, centenarius, and Stiddin, his wife, dedicated this place, a good beginning and for the children born to them a place in which to come together with their children safe, happily, triumphing in the possession of Binaitir.