Block of soft brown limestone (w: 0.80 x h: 0.18 x d: 0.50), part of a window frame, carved on one of the narrow faces with a rinceau. 
Inscribed on one of the adjacent broad faces; the inscribed face is roughly dressed, more carefully smoothed on the part inscribed, and cannot have been visible when the block was in position. 
Roughly incised lettering, which includes local fourth to fifth century A.D. forms: 0.03-0.04. 
Fourth to fifth centuries A.D. (lettering) 
Eastern Djebel: From 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.  
Caputo, Bullettino del Museo dell'Impero Romano (supplement to Bull. Comm. Arch.), XIII:152. 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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Ward-Perkins Archive, BSR (BSR 49.IX.21)
 Ward-Perkins Archive, BSR (BSR 49.IX.21)
Sketch from a squeeze (from IRT p. 213)
 Sketch from a squeeze (from IRT p. 213)

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