V 137. Fot-Sala. Epitaph of an unknown, XIII–XIVth centuries C.E.
H. 15.0, W. 23.0, Th. unknown.
On the front - diamond weave pattern. Broken, the surface is water-damaged.
Place of Origin
1.5km to the northeast, the area of Civizlik, Kilse-bair Tract, church, cemetery.
1914, survey of M.I. Skubetov.
Institution and inventory
In the niche.
Lapidary; elongated letters. Mu with Y-shaped middle.
XIII–XIVth centuries C.E.
L1. Latyshev 1916, 4, № 5, fig. 14.
<div type="edition" xml:lang="grc"> <ab> <lb n="1"/>Ἐκημίθι ἡ δού<supplied reason="lost">λη</supplied> <supplied reason="lost">τοῦ <roleName><expan><abbr>θ</abbr><ex>εο</ex><abbr>ῦ</abbr></expan></roleName> ἡ δεῖνα</supplied>. </ab> </div>
ἡ δού[...]: Ἰλθη Latyshev
Fell asleep: a serv[ant of God...]
In Latyshev's publication, a line drawing of the inscription is mistakenly given in fig. 14 rather than 5. In publishing the inscription, Latyshev relied on an estampage made by Skubetov, who had apparently misunderstood and therefore misrepresented the second word.
On the formula, see Introduction IV.3.F.e