III 333. Chersonesos. Epitaph of Athanaios, 2nd half of I century B.C.E. - 1st half of I century C.E.
H. 36.0, W. 33.0, Th. 14.0.
Broken off on the top and bottom. The surface is roughly treated. Relief of funerary feast on the front, in the centre. The inscription is sloppily cut, probably by an unprofossional, in the field of the relief, above the figures.
Place of Origin
Southeast sector of Chersonesos, fortification walls, inner side of Curtain Wall 23, in a trench.
Found in 1966, excavations of I.A. Antonova.
Institution and inventory
National Preserve of Tauric Chersonesos, 223/36679.
On the front.
Alpha with broken crossbar, large theta with attached crossbar, nu with even verticals, four-bar sigma with parallel top and bottom bars; ends of hastae are not enhanced.
2nd half of I century B.C.E. - 1st half of I century C.E.
Solomonik 1967, 149 ; НЭПХ I (Solomonik 1964) 184.
Kieseritzky, Watzinger 1909 № 349.
Athananios, (son of) Apollonidos, greeting.