Description: Tomb of rubble, with a plaster surface; w:
2.00 x h:
0.48 x d:
0.45, supported on a plinth
Text: Incised on the south face, with horizontal lines beneath each line; there is a design of two facing peacocks on the north face, w: 1.67 x h: 0.41.
Letters: No measurements
Date: Fifth-sixth century CE (context, lettering)
Translation by: Charlotte Roueché
In this grave lies the body of Esidorus, of good memory, [who was lovable to his own] with a dear heart, whom a day of fevers took away. [ . . . ] years; he left this world on day of the month [ . . .