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Gravestone of Doulion son of Delphos 

Carrier: Stele

Material: Limestone

Object description: Stele decorated with cornice. Lower part of the slab is missing. Two-line inscription carved below the cornice, with relief image of winegrower's knife below it.
Finding conditions: Discovered in 1911, near Karantinnay bay, in the south-east area of the necropolis, in grave no. 39. Excavated by Robert Leper (NPTC archive, file 76, page 47, №2851-а).

Keeping place: NPTC

Inventory number: 4415

Letter height (cm): 1-2

Chronology: First century AD

Matirial author: Igor' Makarov

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