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Funerary inscription for Neikomachos and others 
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[The tomb (described in some detail) was built] by Nikomachos [ son of .. ? .. and grandson of .. ? .. ] highpriest, [and] in [?the right hand sarcophagus ? there has been buried] Menodotos son of Nikomachos [and there will be buried Nikomachos himself, son of ?, ] high priest, city treasurer, templebuilder [ and .. ? .. the wife of Nikomachos, high priestess [and .. ? .. ] of the son of Menodotos, and Apphia [ .. ? .. , and] in the left hand sarcophagus Flavia Secundilla [? daughter of .. ? .. and ? wife] of Menodotos, and Nikomachis and Nikomachos [?their children]. When these sarcophagi have been declared a Heroon [no-one else shall have the right to bury anyone in them nor in the burial places in the altar [.. ? .. except] those [whose names are set out] in the will of Nikomachos [since] if anyone dares anything contrary he shall pay a fine of 10.000 denarii [to the imperial fiscus] as set out in the [will of Nikomachos] which gives a right to everyone to bring him to justice to be recompensed with a third of the fine. A copy of [this] inscription was lodged [in the property archive] in the stephanephorate of Hierokles, son of Apollonios, [month ?]. The People and the Council will have the care of the Heroon.
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