Block (w: 0.77 x h: 0.32 x d: 0.26) of friable grey limestone; broken at the left end. 
Inscribed in a square central panel (die, w: 0.26 x h: 0.28), which is flanked in crude counter-relief, on the right by a lion, on the left by an eagle. L. 8 is cut below the die.  
Local fourth to fifth century A.D. capitals: ll. 1-7, 0.03; ll.8, 0.02. 
Fourth to fifth centuries A.D. (lettering) 
Eastern Djebel: Found fallen from the doorway of the gasr adjoining the church excavated by Caputo at Al Khadra, near Sidi Ali ben Zaid, South of the Tarhuna-Cussabat road near the East bank of the Wadi el-Fergian (map ref. M 095176). 
Original Location:
Last recorded location:
Lepcis Museum. 
Reports and Monographs of the Department of Antiquities in Tripolitania, Tripoli, vol. I, 1948, II:33; L'Année Epigraphique (Revue des Publications épigraphiques relatives à l'Antiquité romaine: annual supplement to Rev. Arch.), 1950:209. This edition taken from J. M. Reynolds and J. B. Ward-Perkins, The Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania, Rome: British School at Rome, 1952.  
Text constituted from:
Transcription (Reynolds, Ward-Perkins) 

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(Lines 1-5) The tower-house is the property of Marcus Caecilius Bumapal [·· ? ··]


ll. 1-5, perhaps Centenare mufelthlana Marci Cecili Bumupal.


Ward-Perkins Archive, BSR (BSR 46.XVIII.32)
 Ward-Perkins Archive, BSR (BSR 46.XVIII.32)
Sketch from a squeeze (from IRT p. 213)
 Sketch from a squeeze (from IRT p. 213)

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