Lintel, probably of a tomb, inscribed within a tabella ansata; the last line is cut on the lower border. Not seen. Dimensions not recorded.  
Inscribed within a tabella ansata; the last line is cut on the lower border.  
Rough capitals.  
No indication  
Wadi Zemzem: Wadi Umm el-Agerem (map ref. W 6376 approx.) Photographed in situ by Giorgini, a photographer who travelled with the Italian army. 
Original Location:
Last recorded location:
Not previously published. This edition taken from J. M. Reynolds and J. B. Ward-Perkins, The Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania, Rome: British School at Rome, 1952; including revisions from J. M. Reynolds, 'Inscriptions of Roman Tripolitania: A Supplement', Proceedings of the British School at Rome 23 (1955), 124-147 
Text constituted from:
Transcribed from a poor photograph (Reynolds, Ward-Perkins)  

(Not transcribed. See image.)

(Not transcribed. See image.)

Not transcribed. See image.

1-2, MYNFYTH, see also 873.

3, DINARIO followed by what appear to be numerals: presumably the cost of the mausoleum, as on 898.

4, ANNOBAL, a common Neo-Punic name.

5, CHVLAM, see also 898.


(Not usefully translatable)


Although not translatable, it is clear that the text began with names followed by patronymics, that l.3 refers to a sum of money (presumably the cost of the building), and that at least two names (Annobal and Chulum) appear in ll. 4-5


Ward-Perkins Archive, BSR
 Ward-Perkins Archive, BSR
Sketch after a poor photograph (from IRT p. 224)
 Sketch after a poor photograph (from IRT p. 224)

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