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M14 Cat. 302
First half of the 2nd century BC. (Hellenistik)
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Grimsi beyaz mermer blok, sol üst köşe hasarlı. Yazıtın altında 0.115 m'lik bir boşluk vardır; 0.16 m'lik bir boşlukla ayrılmışsa, öncesinde no. 310 . Daha fazla ayrıntı için bkz. Gauthi...
M14 Cat. 306
“l’époque d’Auguste” (Roberts, p. 9 n. 1). (Roma)
Block of white marble. The surface on which lines 2ff. are written is surrounded by a profile frame (broken off below); line 1 stands on the upper profile. There was at least one more block standing under the present one.
M14 Cat. 307
March 5, 213 BC (“à un ou deux jours près,” Gauthier, p. 15). (Hellenistik)
Block of grayish-white marble. For further details, see Gauthier, with a drawing of the stone, pl. X. Nos. 307 and 309 are “twin blocks” of the same shape. The entire inscription on this block contained eleven lines; the preceding part (of about the ...
M14 Cat. 308
June/July 213 BC. (Hellenistik)
Block of grayish-white marble with reddish spots. For further details see Gauthier.
M14 Cat. 309
Summer 213 BC. (Hellenistik)
Block of grayish-white marble. For further details, see Gauthier, pl. XI (drawing of the stone). Nos. 307 and 309 are “twin blocks” of the same shape. - From Sardis, Synagogue, Main Hall, reused in one of the piers at the western end, see Gauthier, p...
M14 Cat. 311
Reign of Antiochos III (letter shape). (Hellenistik)
Three joining fragments of white marble with reddish patina. The uppermost fragment is the upper left corner of a block similar to those containing the inscriptions nos. 307–310; part of the left edge is preserved, elsewhere broken.
M14 Cat. 312
Probably “assez tôt après la fin de la guerre contre Achaios” (Gauthier, p. 129). (Hellenistik)
Three non-joining fragments of white marble. (a) is broken on all sides except for the upper edge, (b) is broken on all sides, and (c) is broken on all sides except for the left edge.