plaster, inscribed with the form of a tabula ansata. From a group originally plastered over the openings of loculi,
which measure approximately:
1.75 x h:
Text: ii inscribed within the tabula ansata; i has been inscribed horizontally, on the left before the tabula ansata.
Date: Fourth century CE (context)
Findspot: Syrtica: Sirte,
Hypogeum, in the piazza opposite the old Turkish barracks.
Original location: Findspot
Last recorded location: Findspot
2: avos (=vixit?) ann(os) Bartoccini, 1928c
3: Ih(esu?) XXV Bartoccini, 1928c
Translation source: Elmayer, 1997
Amonis lived years 25
Translation source: Kerr, 2010
Amonis lived 25 years.
Translation by: Caroline Barron
(i): (Chi-Rho symbol)
(ii): Amonis lived 25 years.
Bibliography: Mentioned and indexed IRT, 1952, 855, whence mentioned IRT, 2009, 855; Bartoccini, 1928c 50, p. 199; p. 192, tav. II, whence EDCS 75200145, Elmayer, 1997, 20, p.339, Kerr, 2010 215-216, no.11 (where see bibliography)
None available (2021).