- 2nd–3rd century AD? (see below)., Roma
- Sardeis veya Müze Env. No.
- Mermer, Taş
- Eserin Türü
- Yazıt Turu
- Ölüyle ilgili Yazıt
- Yazıt Dili
- Yazıt Metni
- - - - - - - - [ ]Α̣Π̣Ο̣Σ[ ] [ ]ΗΣ· ὃς δ᾿ ἂν [παρὰ ταῦτα?] [τολ]μ̣ήσει ἀλλό[τριον νε]- 4 [κρ]ὸν καταθέσθαι, [δώσει ?] [προστ]είμου ἰς τὸν [Καίσαρος] [φί]σ̣κον (δηνάρια) ̗αφ´·ΕΓΕ̣[ ] [ ] Σουλπικίῳ, vv [μηνὸς] 8 [Γορ]πιαίου κ´. vacat vacat
- Yazıt Çevirisi
- “[- - -] Whoever should dare, [against these (stipulations),] to bury a foreign [corpse, will pay] to the [Emperor’s] fiscus as a fine 1,500 denarii. [- - -] Sulpicius, on the twentieth [of the month] Gorpiaios.”
- Yazıt Yorumu
- Bulunduğu Yeri
- From Tatarislam in the eastern part of the Sardis plain (Sardis R1, p. 172 n. 37: “Tartar Islamköy”; cf. no. 569, lemma).
Fragment of a marble plaque, broken on all sides. Squared lunate sigma.
- H. 0.31, W. 0.25, Th. 0.06, H. of letters 0.02.
The closing part of a funerary inscription bears a mention of punishment for unauthorised use of the tomb. Some of my supplements are only given as examples.
2–3 ὃς δ᾿ ἂν … [τολ]μ̣ήσει: see no. 673, 3–4 comm.
3–4 Cf., e.g., IGSK 23 (Smyrna), no. 253, 6–7: ἀλλότριον νεκρὸν θεῖναι.
6 ΕΓΕ̣[ ]: ἐγέ̣[νετο], vel sim.?
7 The year may have been dated by the officiating proconsul whose name was given in dativus temporis, cf., e.g., no. 322, 9 and no. 674, 1–2. Candidates could be Sex. Sulpicius Tertullus (who was proconsul of Asia some time around 173 AD: B. Thomasson, Laterculi praesidum I, p. 231, no. 154) or M. Sulpicius Crassus (who was proconsul of Asia under Commodus; Thomasson, op. cit. I, p. 232, no. 164). - A coin from 218–44 AD is dated ἐπὶ Σουλπ(ικίου) Ἑρμοφίλου ἄρχ(οντος) (πρώτου) τὸ (δεύτερον); see L. Robert, RN 1976, p. 52, with n. 15 (= Op. Min. VI, p. 164; Choix, p. 668); Campanile, Sacerdoti, p. 141, no. 166.
7–8 The day seems to correspond to August 12.
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