I 43. Tyras. Incertum, IV - I century B.C.E.
Marble, coarse-grained, yellowish.
H. 5.0, W. 4.5, Th. 1.0.
Broken off on all sides.
Place of Origin
Unknown. Probably a random find made between 1945 and 1959, on the territory of the fortress or in its vicinity.
Institution and inventory
On the front. Broken off on all sides. Unknown
The lettering is unclear; according to P.O. Karyshkovsky, the lettering is typical of the Hellenistic period. Average distance between lines: unknown.
IV - I century B.C.E.
L1. Karyshkovsky 1963, 105, № 4, рис. 4,1.
<div type="edition" xml:lang="grc"> <ab> <lb n="0"/><gap reason="lost" extent="unknown" unit="line"/> <lb n="1"/><gap reason="lost" extent="unknown" unit="character"/><orig><unclear>Ν</unclear>Α</orig><gap reason="lost" extent="unknown" unit="character"/> <lb n="1a"/><gap reason="lost" extent="unknown" unit="line"/> </ab> </div>
The monument was in the collection of the Belgorod-Dnestrovsky Museum of Regional Studies as late as 1959 when it was inspected there by P.O. Karyshkovsky. In 2006, the monument could no longer be located at that museum; it is probably lost.The measurements and other information about it are provided by Karyshkovsky, and the latter reads the text as AN, which is probably a typo.