Description: Rectangular stele of brown limestone (w:
0.35 x h:
1.20 x d:
Text: Inscribed on the face.
Letters: Inscribed in Latin characters (0.04).
Date: Fourth-early fifth centuries CE (content)
Translation by: J. M. Reynolds
Translation source: Elmayer, 1997
Julius Ibituathif Misirkar son of Amrr, son of Chyrdidry son of a chieftain (or prince), stele, (who has) all the merits of great man, from the family (or: tribe) of Misairuchan, chief of military administration and justice . . . a man who ... god bless him, the stele (which) Machrus son of Rogatus completed (and) erected for him.
Translation source: Kerr, 2010
Iulius . . . Ibitua . . . . . .son of Chyrdid, commander of the guard [ . . . ] Barrecilim erected this (scil. stone) for him Machruz son of Rogate
Bibliography: .IRT, 1952, 886.e, whence IRT, 2009, 886e; partial text Goodchild, 1950a 139 ff. and pl. XVI b., lines, whence AE 1951.11b; Goodchild, 1954 5, Elmayer, 1984 97-98, whence EDH 020947, Elmayer, 1997, 36; this edition Kerr, 2010, 175-6 (where see bibliography)
None available (2021).