Gravestone of Seberas son of Lillon
Object description: The monument is a gravestone with half-figure of man within rectangular niche, headed with pediment in relief, with acroters and rosette in tympanum. Hewn off below. Three lines of Greek inscription carved below.
Finding site: Tauric Chersonesos
Discovered in 1900 during the excavation at the outer side of curtain walls XVII and XIX. Excavated by Karl Kostsyushko-Valyuzhinich (NPTC archive, file no. 9, page 17, squeeze
183; file no. 29, page 4, no. 183).
Keeping place: NPTC
Inventory number: 3630
Sizes (cm): /37/10
Letter height (cm): 2
Chronology: Second half of the second century or first quarter of the third century AD
Matirial author: Igor' Makarov
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