0.80 x h:
0.49 x d:
0.13) of brown limestone.
Text: Inscribed on one face within a recessed tabella ansata (die, w: 0.50 x h: 0.46).
Letters: Local fourth to fifth centuries CE capitals, between horizontal guide-lines: av. 0.045. For the unusual form of the G (J) see also 255 and 261 (39).
Date: Fourth to fifth centuries CE (lettering)
From the ruins of a ditched tower at Sidi bu Laaba, near Bir et-Tuta, 3 km. North East of Breviglieri village (map ref, M 036195)
Original location: Unknown
Last recorded location: Lepcis Museum.
5: The second E of Seberi is a later insertion.
7: LSA Or LGA. The beginning of line 5 and the ends of line 4 and 6 are inscribed on the ansae; the end of line 8 on the border. The position in relation to the rest of the text of the three letters here shown at the end of line7 is not certain.
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
Flavius Gaudentius, may you proceed in your good fortune; and in the name of Christ may the whole family of Severi live (omega and alpha on either side of a monogram cross); fareweline This tower was built[ at a cost of---] and 30 folles.