Gravestone of Soterichos and Koncha
Object description: The slab remains intact. There is small break below. Minor damages on front side. The relief depicts funeral feast, with four lines of Greek inscription below.
Finding site: Tauric Chersonesos
Finding conditions: Discovered in 1907 near Karantinnaya bay, in the wall of a Byzantine house. Excavated by Karl Kostsyushkov-Valyuzhinich (АNPTC archive, file 16, squeeze 312; file 36,
page 5, no. 312)
Keeping place: NPTC
Inventory number: 3637a
Sizes (cm): 38/27/10
Chronology: Second century AD
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