Description:
A white marble architrave block: H. 0.83 × W. 0.55 × D. 0.30.
Text:
Inscribed on the underside; a vertical channel has been cut along the stone, interrupting the inscription.
Letters:
0.025.
Date:
Fifth-sixth century or later (content, location).
Findspot:
Temple/Church: atrium, lying loose.
Original Location:
Findspot.
Last recorded location:
Findspot.
History of discovery:
Recorded by the NYU expedition.
Bibliography:
Published by Roueché, Aphrodisias in Late Antiquity no. 120 whence McCabe PHI Aphrodisias 885.
Text constituted from:
Transcriptions (Reynolds, Roueché). This edition Roueché (2007).
1 cross
1a       vacat
2 Στέφα[νο]ς ὑπο(διάκονος.)
1 cross
1a       vacat
2ΣΤΕΦΑ[··]ΣΥΠΟ
<ab>
<lb n="1" />
<g type="cross" />
<lb n="1a" />
<space extent="1" unit="line" dim="horizontal" />
<lb n="2" />
Στέφα
<supplied reason="lost" >
νο
</supplied>
ς
<expan>
<abbr>
ὑπο
</abbr>
<supplied reason="abbreviation" >
διάκονος.
</supplied>
</expan>
</ab>

Translation:

Stephanos, subdeacon.

Commentary:

See discussion at ALA VIII.9.

Photographs:

Face (1973)
 Face (1973)

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