Building inscription with dedication to Jupiter Dolichenus
Material: Inkerman limestone
Object description: Left half of the slab remains. Its face side is treated carefully, back side generally. Epigraphic field encircled by profiled frame.
Finding site: Balaclava
Finding conditions: Discovered during the excavation of a temple in Balaclava (in the front area of the temple, in collapse of wall 3). Excavated by Oleg Savelya.
Keeping place: NPTC
Inventory number: 16/37299
Sizes (cm): 78/63/11
Letter height (cm): 4-5.5
Matirial author: Igor' Makarov
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