Gravestone of Herakleon son of Menophon, of Herakleia
Object description: Rectangular slab, top fragment decorated with pediment in relief with three flat acroters and wreath within typanum. Five-line inscription below the pediment.
Finding conditions: Discovered in 1902 in the soil above the necropolis in Karantinnaya bay. Excavated by Karl Kostsyushko-Valyuzhinich (NPTC archive, file no. 31, page 2, no. 221).
Keeping place: NPTC
Inventory number: 3629
Sizes (cm): /38/113
Letter height (cm): 3
Chronology: Second century AD
Matirial author: Igor' Makarov
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