Description: Tomb of rubble, with a plaster surface;
1.84 x h:
0.49 x d:
0.51, supported on a plinth
Text: Inscribed with a stylus on the south face while the plaster was still fresh; the letters show traces of rubrication, and there are traces of lines beneath the writing. There are traces of a rubricated cross within a double circle on the east face.
Letters: Lines 1-3, 0.058-0.075; line 4, 0.048-0.062
Date: Fifth-sixth century CE (context, lettering)
Translation by: Charlotte Roueché
In this grave lies the body, Peter, of good memory, who was dear to his own. He lived in peace for more or less 36 years; he left this world on the second day of [?], indiction 13.