Threaty with Pharnakes II of Pontos
Object description: Lower fragment of the stone survived. Face side is treated careflly.
Finding conditions: Discovered in 1908, in the north-east area of the ancient city. Excavated by Robert Leper (NPTC archive, file 101, page 51, no. 4862; file 62, page 27, no. 4862).
Keeping place: NPTC
Inventory number: 3600
Sizes (cm): /34/66
Letter height (cm): 0.8-1.1
Chronology: 179 BC ?
Matirial author: Igor' Makarov
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