Proxeny by the Olbians to Dionysios, of Istros
Object description: Lower fragment of the slab was sawn off in the secondary use, cornice was hewn off, and top was rounded. Face side is polished, there is hole alone edges in the back side. First five lines of the inscription are damaged by deep slanting notches.
Finding site: Tauric Chersonesos
Finding conditions: Discovered in 1902 during the excavation of the Church Outside the City Walls, in the stonework blocking the door between the chancel and chapel. Excavated by Karl Kostsyushko-Valyuzhinich.
Keeping place: NPTC
Inventory number: 3615
Sizes (cm): /27/12
Letter height (cm): 1.8
Chronology: First half of the third century BC
Matirial author: Igor' Makarov
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